Harold Fisher

Senate Leaders Finalizing Details Of Impeachment Trial

Opening statements would start Wednesday

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Free Your Mind Friday

Helping you release the issues that are really bothering you.

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Biden: Economy “Still In Trouble”

He said there is “enormous pain in this country.”

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VA Closer to Abolishing Death Penalty

A conference committee still has to work out some differences including the issue of parole.

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What’s In A Name? Everything!

Why is it so important to get someone’s name right?

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House Impeachment Manager Seeks Testimony From Trump

The House article of impeachment accuses Trump of inciting the deadly riot on the Capitol.

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Doug Williams Will Be Senior Adviser To WFT President

The former Super Bowl champion QB will focus on business development for the team.

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GameStop and the Stock Trading Controversy

We break down what this is all about and what it may mean to you.

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Michelle Obama’s Memoir To Be Published In Two New Editions

Penguin Random House will be publishing the young reader version and a trade paperback version of the book.

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Fairfax County Gas Leak, Explosion Leaves Workers Injured

Fire burned for several hours.

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Black History Series: “The Movement”

Sharing different voices and perspectives on events and activism.

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Black History Month Education Resources

We have three great mini discussions to kick off Black History Month.

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Biden Administration to Send Vaccines to Pharmacies

Biden boosting vaccine allotments, financing for virus costs

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FBI Agents Shot Serving Warrant In Florida

Shooters status is unclear.

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Conversation with DC Police Chief Robert Contee

Chief Contee shares his public safety strategy for DC.

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DC COVID Testing Sites Closed

City officials are hoping to reopen the testing sites tomorrow.

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National “Divorce” Month: What Happened To Black Love?

We have legal and counseling advice for those who are considering divorcing.

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U.S. Capitol Pipe Bomb Investigation

Pipe Bombs Found Near Capitol Believed To Have Been Planted Night Before

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Vaccines and COVID Trials

There’s a new vaccine trial looking for African American participants.

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White House Defends Slew Of Biden Exec Actions

Press Secretary Jen Psaki told reporters the new President vowed to take immediate action to address the “pain and suffering” Americans face.

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Women, Makeup, Beauty and the Pandemic Shutdown

Has the pandemic lockdown changed how woman practice their beauty regimen?

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Prince George’s County Council Chair Calvin Hawkins on COVID-19, Vaccine Response

Discussion about the county’s COVID-19 and vaccine response and other issues.

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Reopening Schools During The Pandemic

How are children doing after all of this time learning from home?

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White House Pushes Racial Justice & Equity

President Biden signs new executive orders

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Montgomery County and the COVID-19 Pandemic

We talk to Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich and County Health Officer Dr. Travis Gayles about the new challenges.

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Moderna Wants To Improve COVID Vaccine

Moderna Says Vaccine Is Effective Against Mutants But Is Working On Booster

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Prince George’s County Bringing Back Indoor Dining

Restaurants can be filled to 25-percent capacity starting on Friday.

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Biden-Harris Administration Rolls Out New Initiatives

We’re talking about some of the key issues and and why you should be paying attention

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Biden Unveils COVID Plan

Biden Highlights Efforts To Curb COVID Crisis

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Security In DC Loosen In After Tense Few Weeks

Some parking garages that had been closed would reopen soon.

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America Uniting: Inauguration of President Biden & Vice President Harris

Analysis of the 59th Inauguration, imagery and new policies

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Covering The 59th Presidential Inauguration

We compare past presidential inaugurations with what we might expect tomorrow

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HUR@Home: Journalist & Columnist Mary C. Curtis

She shares thoughts about covering the inauguration.

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Georgia certifies Democrats Warnock and Ossoff’s Senate wins

The action paves the way for Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff to be sworn in, giving Democrats control of the chamber.

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Nat’l Guard Vetting Ejects 12 Members

Two National Guard Members Removed Over Ties To Far-Right Groups

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MLK DAY: Activism and Service

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Fire and Explosion Puts Capitol Complex on Alert

Capitol Lockdown Lifted After Scare Involving Fire At A Homeless Camp

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Who Do You Trust to Protect Us on Inauguration Day?

The question raised after what we saw last week during the insurrection at the Capitol.

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National Parks Service Closes Access to National Through Inauguration Day

Two “First Amendment” areas will be open for demonstrators on at John Marshall Park and the Navy Memorial.

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COVID-19, One Year Later

Vaccines, dispelling myths and how to stay safe.

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President Trump Impeached

We break down the day and look ahead at what this means for the nation over the next week, and the next year.

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President Donald J. Trump, Impeached for a Second Time

Trump impeached after Capitol riot; historic second charge

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Airbnb to Block, Cancel DC Bookings Ahead of Inauguration

Airbnb has had a policy of removing guests who are confirmed to be members of hate groups since 2017.

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Reporters’ Roundtable

Attack on the U.S. Capitol, impeachment and the rest of the top stories of the week.

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HUR@Home: Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Aisha Braveboy

 She’s been in office for two years and we discuss her achievements and challenges.

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Trump Takes No Responsibility For Riot

Trump has arrived in Texas to trumpet his campaign against illegal immigration.

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Preparing for the Second Impeachment of President Trump

Why is this different from the last impeachment of President Trump?

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Bowser Advises Visitors to Steer Clear of DC on Jan. 20th

DC Mayor Urges Americans To Take Part In Inauguration Virtually

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House Moves Forward On Impeachment

Republicans block measure calling for quick removal of Trump

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Talking to your Children about the Attack on the U.S. Capitol

News of the attack is everywhere and hard for children not to see. 

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