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What You Need To Know About Hispanic Heritage Month

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

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Maryland’s Governor Proposes $150 Million For Policing

Maryland’s governor has a new 150 million dollar plan to fund the police departments in the state.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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Comedy and Political Correctness…Can Jokes Go Too Far or Are Some More Sensitive Than Others..

Can comedians go too far when telling jokes about the LBGTQ community?

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Sports Roundtable

Kyrie Irving, NFL emails and Covid vaccinations among pro palyers dominating topics in the world of sports.

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What To Do When Your Bosses Don’t Appreciate You?

Dealing with a boss that doesn’t appreciate you or your work.

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Approval Sought For Experimental Covid Pill

New COVID-19 drug research.

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Virgina’s Governor Makes Masks Mandatory

Masks made mandatory in Virginia by Northam.

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2020 Census Reveals Demographic Shifts

The 2020 U.S. Census reports shows a decrease in the white population for the first time.

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Community Reacts to DC Police Brutality

Reaction to calls of excessive force by DC police

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Loudon County School Board To Vote On Transgender Policy

A new transgender policy could be adopted for Loudon County (VA) public schools.

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Man Punched By DC Police Officer While Being Arrested Is Released

The suspect punched by a DC police was released from custoday with no charges filed.

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Medical Monday: COVID-19 Update

The Delta variant is causing a surge of coronavirus cases across the country. Tonight we discuss how we can stay safe and what are some of the governmental actions taking place to slow the virus?

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Video Shows DC Police Officer Punching Suspect

DC’s police chief, elected officials and the community react to video showing a DC police officer repeaedly punching a man while being arrested.

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Teens Arrested In Connection To DC Robbery Spree

DC teens tied to 12 days robberies in the District

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Summer Violence: How To Keep Our Communities Safe

Local activists discuss combating violence in our communities as the summer approaches.

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Maryland To Close Mass Vaccination Sites

Maryland will close dozen of its mass vaccination sites over the next month.

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Prince George’s County High School Vaccination Sites

Free vaccinations at eight Prince George’s County high schools next week.

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Black Women & Mental Health: Understanding The Journey

African American women and their mental health.

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Montgomery County Initiates Bias Study

Montgomery County’s States Attorney says a new study will report on any bias or discrimination in the states attorney’s office.

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Police Identify Eastern Avenue Shooting Suspect

The man accused fof shooting into several cars in the District has been identified.

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The Tulsa Massacre: Where Do We Go From Here?

A discussion on the Tusla Massacre which took place 100 years ago this week.

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New Vaccination Sites In The District

Several DC schools will host vaccination sites.

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President Biden Commemorates Tulsa Massacre

President Biden speaks on the anniversity of the Tulsa massacre.

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CDC Panel Approves Vaccinations For 12-15 Year-Olds

Advisory panel approves vaccinations for youngsters 12-15 year-olds

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Drivers Rush To The Pump In Fear Of Gas Shortage

A rush for gasoline following the cyber attack of a major gas provider’s pipeline.

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ROTC Opportunities: What You Should Know

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The Derek Chauvin Trial: Psychological And Legal Ramifications

The Derek Chauvin trial begins with opening statements.

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Day One Of Second Impeachment Trial Of Donald Trump

The second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump begins today.

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Investigators Say Pilot Error The Cause Of Kobe Bryant Crash

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Marty Schottenheimer, Former WFT Head Coach, Dies

Marty Schottenheimer passes away at the age of 77 after suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.

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Baseball Great Hank Aaron Dies

Baseball great Henry Aaron dies.

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Kamala Harris Makes History

Kamala Harris is sworn in as the 49th Vice President of the United States.

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Young Laureate Delivers Inaugural Poem

22-year-old poet Amanda Gorman delivered a passionate address at the inaugural.

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Day One: Biden Reverses Trump Policies With Executive Orders

Joe Biden reverses nearly a dozen Trump policies hours into his first day in office.

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DC Begins Lockdown In Preparation For Inauguration

The District is preparing for the inauguration of Joe Biden with intensive security measures.

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House To Impeach President Today

All is all but certain that President Trump will be impeached a second time.

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New Chief For Capitol Police

The first woman and African American becomes Capitol police chief.

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Democrats Push To Remove President Trump

Democrats say they will proceed with an impeachment resolution against President Trump

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Trump Will Not Attend Inauguration Of Joe Biden

President Trump will not attend the inauguration of Joe Biden.

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Michelle Obama Sees Double Standard With Rioters And BLM Protestors

Former First Lady Michelle Obama says their is a double standard on how police handle black/brown protestors and white protestors.

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Police Officer Dies Following Capitol Riots

Capitol police officers dies.

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Aftermath Of U.S. Capitol Riot

The election of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris certified by Congress hours after the siege at the U.S. Capitol by Trump supporters.

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Pro-Trump Rally In DC

Supporters of President Trump in DC today protesting the presidential election results that find Joe Biden the winner.

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Democrats Surge In Georgia U.S. Senate Races

Reverend Raphael Warnock declared the winner in one of Georgia’s U.S. Senate races.

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Far Right Leader Arrested On Eve Of Pro-Trump Rally

A leader of the Proud Boys arrested in DC.

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Burgundy & Gold Playoff Bound

Washington’s Football Team beat the Eagles Sunday night to reach the post-season.

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The District Prepares For Pro-Trump Demonstration

District officials are calling for people not to come to downtown DC as it prepares for a pro-Trump rally on Wednesday.

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DC Region Braces For First Winter Snow

The DC-metro area preparing for snow.

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Metro Stations To Close For Repairs

Arlington National Cemetery and Addison Road metro stations to close for several months.

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