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"virginia memorial" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:51 min | 2 months ago

"virginia memorial" Discussed on WTOP

"Employees will also develop a playbook on how to assure and monitor passengers during these delays. In an internal memo obtained by The Washington Post, Metro's general manager Paul we'd filled said additional steps were needed to achieve their goal of safety trumps service, he said. He is also lowering the threshold for what is considered an emergency and Metro Metro's chief safety officer will also develop a strategic plan to improve its entire emergency response program. Occasion James to BU T o P news sentences of life without the possibility of parole for Juvenile's Abolished in Maryland now that the General Assembly has overturned Governor Larry Hogan's Vito's. It's called the Juvenile Restoration Act, and it requires authorities to sentence minors convicted as adults to less than the legal minimum term, and it prohibits courts from imposing life sentences. Senator Chris West from Baltimore County, said he thought the bill strikes a good balance. This bill is not Get out of jail free card. This bill doesn't offer any person incarcerated in a Maryland corrections facility, the promise or the assurance of release when he issued the veto, Hogan said that the bill impacts juveniles that have committed the most heinous of crimes and that requires the most serious of consequences. Valerie Bonked w T O P. News. The Maryland General Assembly has also overturned Governor Hogan's vetoes of three police reform bills. One requires police in Maryland to wear cameras by the year 2025. It also creates a state wide use of force policy. Another allows some officer misconduct records to be released to the public and regulates the execution of search warrants. The third repeal the law enforcement officers Bill of Rights, which some critics had said made it difficult for police departments to discipline their officers. Some folks in a community in Virginia around a mission to preserve history and the legacy of former slaves. They're fighting to save local cemeteries from developers. Frank Washington's family has lived in thoroughfare Virginia for centuries, a town established by freed slaves. He and other community members are now facing encroachment issues at two cemeteries where their ancestors are buried of actually having our relatives sticking out of the cemetery completely. No, he's leading the coalition to save historic thoroughfare. If since started to go fund me and are working with elected officials. The mission, he says, is to protect the graves and preserve thoroughfare as a whole. Those small structures that we have left we're trying to hold onto definitely generational battle where we're standing together to make sure that it can last LaSalle WTF finis a memorial to enslaved workers who built the University of Virginia has been dedicated a year after the cove in 19 pandemic canceled its official unveiling. Daily Progress, reports. A pre recorded dedication ceremony aired yesterday for the University of Virginia's memorial to enslave laborers, which was finished in 2020. Traffic and weather Next. It's 306. It's April and hot Summer days are not far.

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"virginia memorial" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:39 min | 5 months ago

"virginia memorial" Discussed on WTOP

"Those who received the medication head up to a nearly 60% lower risk of getting coronavirus there was up to an 80% reduction in risk among nursing home residents. U. S. Regulators have allowed emergency use of the antibody drug for treating mild or moderate cases that do not require hospitalization. Staying 6 ft away from people while inside may not be enough space. After all, researchers in the scientific journal Proceedings of the Royal Society say Corona virus particles can spread farther than 6 ft within seconds in poorly ventilated spaces. That finding is further evidence that ventilation and face masks are key to preventing the spread of covert 19. Researchers also say that someone infected with covert 19 releases more particles through 30. Seconds of speaking then through a short cough, and those particles can linger in the air and remain infectious for about an hour. Hmm. Well, there is some good news about the vaccine. 740 more vaccine appointment slots will be made available to D. C residents beginning tomorrow morning at nine o'clock. Those 65 older or health care workers can sign up for those spots. More than 2200 slots were made available this morning, and they filled up quickly get all the information on how to sign up for a vaccine shot act. W T O p calm. We're learning that We're learning that Japan is pushing ahead with plans to host the Olympic Games this summer after being delayed by the pandemic last year, But some experts say it could be too risky. Here. CBS is Ian Lee from London. Venues are ready. They have been for over a year with six months to go before Tokyo host the Olympic Games. Think I doing Japan's prime minister says they're prepared and determined to keep Kovar that BAE 15,000 athletes plus support staff are expected to descend on Tokyo in July. Officials are looking at using robots to speed up testing for fans. If they're allowed at all, But much of Japan is still under a state of emergency. The country hasn't even approved the vaccine. Covert cases are on the rise, and so is public opposition toe hosting the Games. One incentive fueling the push. Japan has already invested $15 billion more than 80% of people polled in Japan recently say the Olympic Games should be canceled or postponed once again. The names of five family members have been added to a memorial to enslave workers at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. The daily progress reporting the names were officially added at a private dedication. On Tuesday, the University of Virginia's memorial to enslave laborers acknowledges and honors an estimated 4000 people who built And worked at U V. A. It was designed by Thomas Jefferson, the nation's third president, the name of a six family members already part of the memorial. All were related to and enslave family at Monticello and to Charlottesville native Myra Anderson. Coming up in money news. We've asked that he's working on a record. A record for the D. C area is biggest community bank. I'm Jeff Global. It's 12 24 years. Kirk Iverson, the principal and government, intelligent automation leader at KPMG on modern government, emerging trends and intelligent automation. In a time of rapid change, sponsored by K. P. M. J. Whole idea of hyper automation is starting to come into the vernacular of lot of agencies. And what I mean by hyper automation is he looked at DARPA is definitely a stepping stone to a I. But many of these automated platforms are starting to integrate other more advanced capabilities..

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"virginia memorial" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:07 min | 6 months ago

"virginia memorial" Discussed on KCRW

"CDC this month continues to show the disproportionate impact the pandemic is having on certain communities. Those numbers show that Latinos are being hospitalized at almost four times the rate of whites. Polling has also shown that Latinos are less likely to trust a vaccine. So why is that? I spoke with Dr Eva Galvez. She's a family physician at Virginia Memorial Health Center in Hillsboro, Oregon. Most of our patients are 1st and 2nd generation Latinos. Continues to be just a lack of accurate information available to the community about the vaccine to another words, information that we are reading in different media platforms is often not in a language. Or it a literacy level that my patients can understand. So definitely. This leads to many questions and also leads too much miss information. What often happens is when people don't have access to accurate information they rely on Other platforms, word of mouth, social media, and those are often not accurate, and we have seen anti immigrant rhetoric. We've seen anti immigrant policies and there's just mistrust. I think of the federal government. And so when you have What they perceive as a federal government. Trying to bring a vaccine to the community. Naturally, there is some mistrust and there is fear. Do you see that fear and distrust across the board or is it more acute among undocumented immigrants? We have a lot of mixed status families, so even families who maybe have the documents to be in this country they're worried about Grandma or aunt or uncle or woman Dad who don't have documents. So really, this fear is being seen whether or not people have legal status. Is there a particular anecdote? You can share a conversation you've had with someone who was honest about those those fears or concerns? Absolutely. It was a family who came in To get care for their Children into the visit really was not a visit for Mom. And dad. But Mom asked me if the vaccine was safe, and she had heard some information on a social media platform. At the vaccine had long term side effects and that the vaccine was actually risky. And then she asked me, how can you ensure that this vaccine is safe? And then what? I told her was that we had done very many studies and then had have gone through a rigorous process and that based on my reading that it was safe, and what I conveyed to her was that all vaccines have side effects, but that the risks of the side of fix generally are less than the benefits of getting the vaccine. And that was how we ended up leading the conversation. So she didn't tell me that she was going to get the vaccine, but she certainly seemed open. To the vaccine. And so it's really fighting two battles here. One is trying to convince people that the vaccine is safe and that it is Important, but at the same time is also trying to rectify all of those messages that they have been getting from other sources. So these conversations really do take time. So, in addition to these one on one interactions like you just described, what's your broader prescription? I mean, does there just need to be a massive amount of money put into a public education campaign and a Spanish language public education campaign? We definitely do need media campaigns that are providing information that is at a appropriate literacy level appropriate language. I don't think it's on Lee about education. I think that we really need to begin to also show our community, the Latino community that we care so we need to begin to gain trust. By action. We have been bearing the brunt of infections. And we know now that much of that disparity is being driven by working conditions that don't provide us with the protections that we need to be safe. Low wages, which forces us to live in. Multigenerational housing, So we know systemic inequities that are driving this disparity again. It does come through media campaigns, but also through policies that protect our families and the keep us safe. Dr. Eva Galvez is a family physician at Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center in Hillsboro, Oregon. Thank you so much for your time. Thank you so much, Rachel. Last weekend, Tara VanDerveer made history the Stanford head coach tied the record for the most wins and division one women's basketball. Stanford.

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"virginia memorial" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:56 min | 6 months ago

"virginia memorial" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Dave Freeman. Good morning. The time is 7 22. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Rachel Martin. New data from the CDC this month continues to show the disproportionate impact the pandemic is having on certain communities. Those numbers show that Latinos are being hospitalized at almost four times the rate of whites. Polling has also shown that Latinos are less likely to trust a vaccine. So why is that? I spoke with Dr Eva Galvez. She's a family physician at Virginia Memorial Health Center in Hillsboro, Oregon. Most of our patients are 1st and 2nd generation Latinos. There continues to be just a lack of accurate information available to the community about the vaccine to another words, information that we are reading in different media platforms is often not in a language. Or it a literacy level that my patients can understand. So definitely. This leads to many questions and also leads too much miss information. What often happens is when people don't have access to accurate information they rely on Other platforms, word of mouth, social media, and those are often not accurate, and we have seen anti immigrant rhetoric. We've seen anti immigrant policies and there's just mistrust. I think of the federal government. And so when you have What they perceive as a federal government. Trying to bring a vaccine to the community. Naturally, there is some mistrust and there is fear. You see that fear and distrust across the board or is it more acute among undocumented immigrants? We have a lot of mixed status families, so even families who maybe have the documents to be in this country they're worried about Grandma or aunt or uncle or woman. Dad who don't have documents. So really this fear Is being seen whether or not people have legal status. Is there a particular anecdote? You can share a conversation you've had with someone who was honest about those those fears or concerns? Absolutely. It was a family who came in To get care for their Children into the visit really was not a visit for Mom. And dad. But Mom asked me if the vaccine was safe, and she had heard some information on a social media platform. At the vaccine have long term side effects. And then the next scene was actually risky. And then she asked me. How can you ensure that this vaccine is safe? And then what? I told her was that we had done very many studies and then had have gone through a rigorous process and that based on my reading that it was safe, and what I conveyed to her was that All vaccines have side effects, but that the risks of the sight of fix generally are less than the benefits of getting the vaccine and that was how we ended up leading the conversation. So she didn't tell me that she was going to get the vaccine, but she certainly seemed open. To the vaccine. And so it's really fighting two battles here. One is trying to convince people that the vaccine is safe and that it is Important, but at the same time is also trying to rectify all of those messages that they have been getting from other sources. So these conversations really do take time. So, in addition to these one on one interactions like you just described, what's your broader prescription? I mean, does there just need to be a massive amount of money put into a public education campaign and a Spanish language public education campaign? We definitely do need media campaigns that are providing information that is at a appropriate literacy level appropriate language. I don't think it's on Lee about education. I think that we really need to begin to also show our community, the Latino community that we care so we need to begin to gain trust. By action. We have been bearing the brunt of infections. And we know now that much of that disparity is being driven by working conditions that don't provide us with the protections that we need to be safe. Low wages, which forces us to live in. Multigenerational housing, So we know systemic inequities that are driving this disparity again. It does come through media campaigns that also through policies that protect our families in the keep us safe. Dr..

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"virginia memorial" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:06 min | 6 months ago

"virginia memorial" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Martin. New data from the CDC this month continues to show the disproportionate impact the pandemic is having on certain communities. Those numbers show that Latinos are being hospitalized at almost four times the rate of whites pulling has also shown that Latinos are less likely to trust a vaccine. So why is that? I spoke with Dr Eva Galvez. She's a family physician at Virginia Memorial Health Center in Hillsboro, Oregon. Most of our patients are 1st and 2nd generation Latinos. Continues to be just a lack of accurate information available to the community about the vaccine to another words, information that we are reading in different media platforms is often not in a language. Or it a literacy level that my patients can understand. So definitely. This leads to many questions and also leads too much miss information. What often happens is when people don't have access to accurate information they rely on Other platforms, word of mouth, social media, and those are often not accurate, and we have seen anti immigrant rhetoric. We've seen anti immigrant policies and there's just mistrust. I think of the federal government. And so when you have What they perceive as a federal government. Trying to bring a vaccine to the community. Naturally, there is some mistrust and there is fear. You see that fear and distrust across the board or is it more acute among undocumented immigrants? We have a lot of mixed status families, so even families who maybe have the documents to be in this country they're worried about Grandma or aunt or uncle or Mom and dad who don't have documents. So really, this fear is being seen whether or not people have legal status. Is there a particular anecdote? You can share a conversation you've had with someone who was honest about those those fears or concerns? Absolutely. It was a family who came in To get care for their Children into the visit really was not a visit for Mom. And dad. But Mom asked me if the vaccine was safe, and she had heard some information on a social media platform. At the vaccine had long term side effects and that the vaccine was actually risky. And then she asked me, how can you ensure that this vaccine is safe? And then what? I told her was that we had done very many studies and then had have gone through a rigorous process and that based on my reading that it was safe, and what I conveyed to her was that all vaccines have side effects, but that the risks of the side of fix generally are less than the benefits of getting the vaccine. And that was how we ended up leaving the conversation, so she didn't tell me that she was going to get the vaccine, but she certainly seemed open. To the vaccine. And so it's really fighting two battles here. One is trying to convince people that the vaccine is safe and that it is Important, but at the same time is also trying to rectify all of those messages that they have been getting from other sources. So these conversations really do take time. So, in addition to these one on one interactions like you just described, what's your broader prescription? I mean, does there just need to be a massive amount of money put into a public education campaign and Spanish language public education campaign. We definitely do need media campaigns that are providing information that is at a appropriate literacy level appropriate language. I don't think it's on Lee about education. I think that we really need to begin to also show our community, the Latino community that we care so we need to begin to gain trust. By action. We have been bearing the brunt of infections, and we know now that much of that disparity is being driven. By working conditions that don't provide us with the protections that we need to be safe in a low wages, which forces us to live in. Multigenerational housing, So we know systemic inequities that are driving this disparity again. It does come through media campaigns, but also through policies that protect our families in the keep US safe. Dr. Eva Galvez is a family physician at Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center in Hillsboro, Oregon. Thank you so much for your time. Thank you so much, Rachel. Last weekend, Tara VanDerveer made history the Stanford head coach tied the record for the most wins.

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"virginia memorial" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:30 min | 8 months ago

"virginia memorial" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Seven to some teachers, parents and students gathered at Lincoln Park in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of D. C today to rally against the decision to return to some form of in person learning in the district starting November night. Those gathered said they feel d. C public schools plan to give 7000 Elementary school students The option to return was put together too quickly and without enough input from teachers. Many of them say the school system should make sure concerns expressed by the Washington teacher's Union have been met before any students and teachers reenter a school building that includes having enough PP available at all schools for teachers. Isolation rooms for people who ve show symptoms of the corona virus and proof that all air handling systems are in proper working order. Police say. An 80 year old man shot and killed his 76 year old wife and then himself in the Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center yesterday morning, Stephanie Sullivan works in the building next door. I was actually shocked, and I called my sister and she was like, if you don't feel safe with these times right now and election coming up didn't leave. I want you to leave, but I think we're okay. Alexander Terrell, a pulled the Done on his wife, Pamela, around 9:15 A.m. in her hospital room. A lot of things that don't happen often or happening in 2020. Lots of them are bed but tonight something kind of fun and seemingly appropriate for this bizarre year of blue Moon NASA Sarah Nobles has a blue moon isn't as fancy as it sounds. It's merely the second of two full moons occurring in the same month. Expression once in a policeman is a first for something that doesn't happen very often. So the moon's air not that coming if we get one every couple of years He says. We haven't had a full moon on Halloween since 1944 other news time, 704 now traffic and weather from the Hadid carpet cleaning traffic center. We're receiving reports of pedestrians over on Connecticut Avenue at the intersection of Decatur Avenue, one of weight this area at all possible. This serious incident in Virginia Memorial Bridge is closed in both directions works both East and West Memorial and Lincoln Memorial expected here you may find it off the ground. Possible more roadwork on the capital but still causing congestion between Avenue approaching five also jam south bound from the capital, with delays.

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"virginia memorial" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:18 min | 10 months ago

"virginia memorial" Discussed on WTOP

"He depends on fast thinking staff to stay on the line, correct information and get it to first responders. He says he knows director Holmes is dedicated to always improving performance. 2 52 the wreckage of a plane that crashed in Shenandoah National Park yesterday morning has been found. It was a piper patois NT that went down near Buck Hollow Trail from Skyline Drive in Luray, The body of an adult man was found Virginia State police, The FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board are continuing to figure out what happened. The remains of one of the U. S sailors killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor Back on December 7th of 1941 Return home Navy Fireman First class Hadley. He even was just 23 when he was on the USS West Virginia when torpedoes and bombs destroyed the battleship. His remains were identified last year after his two remaining brother has provided DNA samples to aid in a match. Navy personnel recovered the remains of at least 66 crewmen from the USS West Virginia. Memorial services set for this weekend in his hometown of Baxter Springs, Kansas. Matt Piper CBS NEWS AH Federal appeals court rejects one of the legal challenges to D O D's multi billion dollar Jet iCloud program. Federal news networks. Jared Sirbu has those details on point after point, the Court of Appeals with the federal Circuit agreed with a lower court ruling that had already sided against Oracle. Unanimous three judge panel rejected each of oracles arguments. The company had challenged duties decision to make Jedediah single award contract. It's cyber security criteria and also alleged conflicts of interest. The multi billion dollar contract still faces a separate legal challenge by Amazon Web services. The Pentagon plans to take corrective action that could resolve that case by September. 16th. Jared, Serbian Federal news Network Next in money News, Wall Street's worst day since June sticker shock for the newest Jeep. I'm Jeff Blake. It's 2 54 Don't get bummed out working from home looking around and everything that needs to get done called the Professionals. University painters 1 803 90 48 48. They're running a special right now 50% off paint and materials. They'll pay the inside the outside. They do carpentry work, and they'll power Washington's seal that deck you're free. It is a phone call away schedule online or by phone, virtual or in person. University.

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Remains of sailor killed in Pearl Harbor returned home

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Remains of sailor killed in Pearl Harbor returned home

"The remains of one of the U. S sailors killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor Back on December 7th of 1941 Return home Navy Fireman First class Hadley. He even was just 23 when he was on the USS West Virginia when torpedoes and bombs destroyed the battleship. His remains were identified last year after his two remaining brother has provided DNA samples to aid in a match. Navy personnel recovered the remains of at least 66 crewmen from the USS West Virginia. Memorial services set for this weekend in his hometown of Baxter Springs, Kansas.

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"virginia memorial" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:26 min | 1 year ago

"virginia memorial" Discussed on AP News

"In the midst of the corona virus pandemic president trump silently honored the nation's war dead at the military's hallowed burial ground in Virginia our goal as a nation commemorates Memorial Day president trump has laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery he was joined by vice president Mike pence defense secretary mark esper and joint chiefs chairman army general mark Milley the president stood at attention and delivered a military salute as a bugler played taps First Lady melania trump another cabinet members were also in attendance observers at the ceremony we're standing socially distanced on the steps behind the tomb of the unknowns Jennifer king Washington

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"virginia memorial" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:26 min | 1 year ago

"virginia memorial" Discussed on AP News

"In the midst of the corona virus pandemic president trump silently honored the nation's war dead at the military's hallowed burial ground in Virginia our goal as a nation commemorates Memorial Day president trump has laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery he was joined by vice president Mike pence defense secretary mark esper and joint chiefs chairman army general mark Milley the president stood at attention and delivered a military salute as a bugler played taps First Lady melania trump another cabinet members were also in attendance observers at the ceremony we're standing socially distanced on the steps behind the tomb of the unknowns Jennifer king Washington

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"virginia memorial" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:26 min | 1 year ago

"virginia memorial" Discussed on AP News

"In the midst of the corona virus pandemic president trump silently honored the nation's war dead at the military's hallowed burial ground in Virginia our goal as a nation commemorates Memorial Day president trump has laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery he was joined by vice president Mike pence defense secretary mark esper and joint chiefs chairman army general mark Milley the president stood at attention and delivered a military salute as a bugler played taps First Lady melania trump another cabinet members were also in attendance observers at the ceremony we're standing socially distanced on the steps behind the tomb of the unknowns Jennifer king Washington

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"virginia memorial" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:26 min | 1 year ago

"virginia memorial" Discussed on AP News

"In the midst of the corona virus pandemic president trump silently honored the nation's war dead at the military's hallowed burial ground in Virginia our goal as a nation commemorates Memorial Day president trump has laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery he was joined by vice president Mike pence defense secretary mark esper and joint chiefs chairman army general mark Milley the president stood at attention and delivered a military salute as a bugler played taps First Lady melania trump another cabinet members were also in attendance observers at the ceremony we're standing socially distanced on the steps behind the tomb of the unknowns Jennifer king Washington

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"virginia memorial" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:26 min | 1 year ago

"virginia memorial" Discussed on AP News

"In the midst of the corona virus pandemic president trump silently honored the nation's war dead at the military's hallowed burial ground in Virginia our goal as a nation commemorates Memorial Day president trump has laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery he was joined by vice president Mike pence defense secretary mark esper and joint chiefs chairman army general mark Milley the president stood at attention and delivered a military salute as a bugler played taps First Lady melania trump another cabinet members were also in attendance observers at the ceremony we're standing socially distanced on the steps behind the tomb of the unknowns Jennifer king Washington

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Trump doubles up with Maryland, Virginia Memorial Day events

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Trump doubles up with Maryland, Virginia Memorial Day events

"In the midst of the corona virus pandemic president trump silently honored the nation's war dead at the military's hallowed burial ground in Virginia our goal as a nation commemorates Memorial Day president trump has laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery he was joined by vice president Mike pence defense secretary mark esper and joint chiefs chairman army general mark Milley the president stood at attention and delivered a military salute as a bugler played taps First Lady melania trump another cabinet members were also in attendance observers at the ceremony we're standing socially distanced on the steps behind the tomb of the unknowns Jennifer king Washington

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Trump doubles up with Maryland, Virginia Memorial Day events

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Trump doubles up with Maryland, Virginia Memorial Day events

"In the midst of the corona virus pandemic president trump silently honored the nation's war dead at the military's hallowed burial ground in Virginia our goal as a nation commemorates Memorial Day president trump has laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery he was joined by vice president Mike pence defense secretary mark esper and joint chiefs chairman army general mark Milley the president stood at attention and delivered a military salute as a bugler played taps First Lady melania trump another cabinet members were also in attendance observers at the ceremony we're standing socially distanced on the steps behind the tomb of the unknowns Jennifer king Washington

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Trump doubles up with Maryland, Virginia Memorial Day events

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Trump doubles up with Maryland, Virginia Memorial Day events

"In the midst of the corona virus pandemic president trump silently honored the nation's war dead at the military's hallowed burial ground in Virginia our goal as a nation commemorates Memorial Day president trump has laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery he was joined by vice president Mike pence defense secretary mark esper and joint chiefs chairman army general mark Milley the president stood at attention and delivered a military salute as a bugler played taps First Lady melania trump another cabinet members were also in attendance observers at the ceremony we're standing socially distanced on the steps behind the tomb of the unknowns Jennifer king Washington

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Trump doubles up with Maryland, Virginia Memorial Day events

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Trump doubles up with Maryland, Virginia Memorial Day events

"In the midst of the corona virus pandemic president trump silently honored the nation's war dead at the military's hallowed burial ground in Virginia our goal as a nation commemorates Memorial Day president trump has laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery he was joined by vice president Mike pence defense secretary mark esper and joint chiefs chairman army general mark Milley the president stood at attention and delivered a military salute as a bugler played taps First Lady melania trump another cabinet members were also in attendance observers at the ceremony we're standing socially distanced on the steps behind the tomb of the unknowns Jennifer king Washington

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Trump doubles up with Maryland, Virginia Memorial Day events

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Trump doubles up with Maryland, Virginia Memorial Day events

"In the midst of the corona virus pandemic president trump silently honored the nation's war dead at the military's hallowed burial ground in Virginia our goal as a nation commemorates Memorial Day president trump has laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery he was joined by vice president Mike pence defense secretary mark esper and joint chiefs chairman army general mark Milley the president stood at attention and delivered a military salute as a bugler played taps First Lady melania trump another cabinet members were also in attendance observers at the ceremony we're standing socially distanced on the steps behind the tomb of the unknowns Jennifer king Washington

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"virginia memorial" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:46 min | 1 year ago

"virginia memorial" Discussed on AP News

"President trump plans to spend Memorial Day participating in a wreath laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery and then speaking at fort McHenry national monument in Baltimore despite being asked not to come to the city by its mayor recently told Baltimore a rat and rodent infested mess it's democratic mayor says the trip sends the wrong message about stay at home orders plus the city can't afford the cost of a presidential visit trump has been ramping up his schedule in an effort to portray the nation is returning to its pre pandemic ways however presidents typically honor fallen military members by laying a wreath and delivering a speech at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier but the corona virus which is expected to claim its 100000 American this week has led to a change trump will skip the speech I'm Julie Walker

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Trump doubles up with Maryland, Virginia Memorial Day events

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Trump doubles up with Maryland, Virginia Memorial Day events

"President trump plans to spend Memorial Day participating in a wreath laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery and then speaking at fort McHenry national monument in Baltimore despite being asked not to come to the city by its mayor recently told Baltimore a rat and rodent infested mess it's democratic mayor says the trip sends the wrong message about stay at home orders plus the city can't afford the cost of a presidential visit trump has been ramping up his schedule in an effort to portray the nation is returning to its pre pandemic ways however presidents typically honor fallen military members by laying a wreath and delivering a speech at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier but the corona virus which is expected to claim its one hundred thousand American this week has led to a change trump will skip the speech I'm Julie Walker

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"virginia memorial" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"virginia memorial" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Host dave schrager welcome back to the show richard asked up my guest scott a wildcard wine one christian from san pedro california thank you for getting up early with us what did you want to share our guy i'm glad i can get on the show clinic have a couple thoman who share my experience um i've been gettysburg three times i in the nineties uh when my stepfather was we'll be good health who made those you've been ventures uh i've been to a lot of the civil war battlefield you know a shilo vicksburg um massive and tetum comes close to get his for because that was blown off but nothing will be comparison emotional assumes khi um i like going through the little round and also well the very of we're pickets charge was launched uh which is kind of the very handsome virginia memorial where we leave city much higher a strike traveler looking directly all over to the union lines to the cost of trees um i you know i urge anyone to go to carries for a game since you won't be just pointed it it's very very moving white visiting the vietnam war memorial in washington dc along the mall the men who felt there i mean free days and it's like what you said is close to the total number liberal vvd total number of american casualties we suffered for the nine years as the vietnam war in three days for god's sake um but yeah i believe that my ex my my opinion this i think that leaving the army of on the region you i think that they lost i think the confederate defeat didn't occur along uh the union union cemetery rich uh on july thirty teen sixty three i think of the south's defeat occurred two months earlier when still on checks and then this south got lost in the.

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"virginia memorial" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"virginia memorial" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Show richard us stepped my guest is good a wildcard line one christian from san pedro california thank you for getting up early with us what did you wanna share i i'm glad i can get on the show diplomatic have a couple of comments you share my experiences some i've been gettysburg threetime in the nineties uh when my stepfather was really good health who made those ventures uh i've been to along with the civil war battlefield you know a shilo vicksburg um massive and tetum come close to get his first because that was a fluent fell off five nothing will be comparison emotionless in this case food um i'd like going to the little round toffan also was very of what pickets charge was launched uh which is kind of things very handsome virginia memorial where we leave sitting at high of strikes wealth lert looking directly uh over to the union lines to the cost of trees um because i you know i urge anyone to go to gettysburg since he won't be disappointed it it's very very moving like visiting the vietnam war memorial in washington dc along the mall the men who felt there i mean free days and it's like what you said is close to the total number literally the total number of american casualties me suffered for the nine years of the cbs network in three days for god's sake um but yeah i believe that might might my opinion this i think that leaving the army of northern virginia i think that they lost i think the confederal defeat getting occur along uh the union union cemetery rich uh on july thirteen sixty three i think the south's defeat occurred two months earlier when star who chefs in the new south got lost in the.

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"virginia memorial" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"virginia memorial" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"In denver counter sri koa newsradio in charlottesville virginia that city colored purple today to remember the thirty two year old woman killed in the violence protests over the weekend the family of heather higher says purple was her favorite color so on the day of her memorial many residents are paying tribute a my purple barn and provoke cutting paying for now and purple tripoli and actually purple is not fatal color just a couple of blocks from the memorial cited the paramount theater a shock artist he's drawing a portrait of heather with approval backroute the artist who says he was asked to come by the city his wearing a purple riven ryan burrow abc news charlottesville virginia memorial service expected to get underway in about an hour coastguard and army personnel are responding to reports that a military chopper crash just off the coast of a who officials say debris was spotted late last night the black hawk helicopter had five crew members on board personnel at wheeler army airfield say that that chopper was right in the middle of training exercises when they last communications here in denver last night at least two people were attacked on the 16th street mall police say it happened about five o'clock wanna call came in about a number of assaults going down on the mall so far there is no word on the extent of injuries but witnesses do say at least one of the victims was loaded onto an ambulance meanwhile investigator say a suspect is in custody there has been concern over violence on the mall recently with even private security guards being brought in chad hoffman koa newsradio mark rebel and being held on seven hundred fifty thousand dollars bond and the death of his teenage son he made his first court appearance yesterday after being extradited from washington state ex wife elaine hall asked the judge to keep her at bond at one billion dollars tens messages mary and you may remember dillon red wine disappeared in 2012 from his father's home and latah county his remains were found several months later mark red wine is due back in court next month plan forty years ago today we lost a music legend head adding.

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"virginia memorial" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"virginia memorial" Discussed on WDRC

"And the ad council islamic state bill exempts in mosul iraq of destroyed a centuriesold mosque with iraqi special forces test is way islamic state fisons decided to blow the al nuri mosque the venue of the first public announcement of the terror groups so called caliphate reduced to rubble it's famous minaret gone another ancient religious monument destroy sky news correspondent steward ramsey proof the says iraqi prime minister hyder alabadi that isis militants know that the fight for mosul iraq is lost crowd of several thousand people gathered last night in reston virginia memorial service for knob ra ha sahlin the virginia teen who was slain outside a mosque in virginia over the weekend funeral services for auto warm beer will be held this morning at his hometown high school in cincinnati the 22yearold died at the university of cincinnati medical center just days after his release from north korea in an unresponsive state the north koreans claim he contract botulism took a sleeping pill and never woke up but his doctors in the un's found no evidence of populism his father fred spoke to reporters one ana was return begnaud you have many questions about what transpired soda we we have few answers there's no excuse for the way the north trees treated our sun otto wore beer was convicted of subversion after north korean authorities claim he stole a propaganda poster from a hotel and was sentenced to fifteen years hard labor leaf silly sarah fox news.

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