Bremante Bryant

Healing the Nation: Bridging The Racial And Political Divide

Can the racial and political divide that currently exists in the United States be solved?

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Severe Weather Hits DMV

A tornado touched down in Anne Arundel county. Major flooding now a concern throughout the metro region.

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Officer Bodycam Video Released In Fatal Shooting Of DC Man

Police body camera video of black teenager shot to death by a DC police officer has been released.

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A Conversation With The Montgomery County Executive

Maryland largest county will not move into Phase 3, instead it will stay in Phase 2 as it hopes to see its positive COVID-19 decrease before moving to Phase 3.

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Back to School: What Are The Concerns Of Parents And Teachers?

Parents, teacher,administrators and students all dealing with new experiences with virtual classrooms. We discuss how the first days of the new school year are going.

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The Impact of Colon Cancer

On Medical Monday we discuss colon cancer – how to prevent and treat it.

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Man Shot And Killed By DC Police

A fatal shooting in Southeast DC Wednesday afternoon.

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Montgomery County Will Stay In Phase Two

Though the governor will allow counties to move into Phase 3 of reopening, Montgomery County officials say that will stay in Phase 2 for now.

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HU Pres. Dr. Frederick On Sickle Cell Awareness Month

Our guests share their stories in helping to bring awareness to sickle cell anemia.

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Maryland Moves To Stage 3 Of Reopening

The state of Maryland moves closer to fully reopening during the coronavirus pandemic.

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LA Police Shoot Black Cyclist After He Drops Gun

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Mayor And Police Chief Say Agitators Infiltrating DC Protests

Mayor Bowser says the federal government needs to do more to prosecute agitators that are infiltrating peaceful protests in the District.

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Schools Reopen With Virtual Learning

School began virtually for DC schools and the largest school district in Maryland, along with other jurisdictions in the region.

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DC Toddler Abducted By Dad Found Safe

The little DC girl who police say was kidnapped by her father has been found safe, according to police.

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Former Georgetown University Coach John Thompson Dies

John Thompson, the longtime former coach at Georgetown University has passed away.

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Republican Convention Ends With Trump White House Speech

The Republican National Convention wrapped up with President Trump accepting the Republican re-nomination for president.

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Commitment March On The National Mall

Activism on display on the National Mall as people rallied for racial and social justice and police reform.

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Sports Leagues And Teams React To Blake Shooting

Washington’s professional team will skip a scrimmage to talk about social unrest in the U.S.

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Hurricane Laura Touches Down

Hurricane Laura hit Louisiana overnight. Heavy rains, winds and flash flooding occur.

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Suspect In DC Girl’s Killing Captured

One of the men charged in the shooting death of a 10-year-old DC girl has been captured.

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Biden Accepts Democratic Nomination

Joe Biden accepted the Democrat’s nomination for president. Biden says he will take the nation “out of the darkness.”

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Former Trump Advisor Arrested For Fraud

Ex-Trump advisor Steve Bannon was arrested and charged with fraud regarding a boarder wall fundraising scheme.

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No Release Of Law Enforcement Names In Lafayette Square Protest

The names of law enforcement officers involved in the clearing of Lafayette Square will not be released, says a federal judge.

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Harris Accepts Historic Nomination

Kamala Harris accepted the Democrat’s nomination for Vice-President. Among other points, Harris spoke of her late mother and historically black colleges and Greek letter organizations.

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Oprah Winfrey Places Breonna Taylor Billboards

Billboards demanding justice for Breonna Taylor will go up in her hometown of Louisville, Kentucky thanks to Orpah Winfrey.

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MD Health Officer Reverses Private School Decision

Travis Gayles, Montgomery County’s Health officer now says private schools can decide on their own how students will return to school. It is a reversal of his previous position.

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NY Attorney General Seeks To Shutdown NRA

Lettia James, States Attorney for New York has filed a lawsuit against the National Rifle Association for fraud.

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Heavy Rain And Strong Winds Expected For The DMV

Severe thunderstorms could be on the way to the DMV with strong winds.

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Student Told Not To Wear ‘BLM’ Mask At Graduation

Was the student denied his first amendment rights?  Was it racial insensitive on the school’s part?

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Historic Amendments And What They Mean For African American Voters

African American voters and the 15th and 19th Amendments.

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Knowing Your Rights If Facing Eviction

What are your legal rights if eviction is right around the corner? We discuss on Insight.

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Former Officer Who Killed Rayshard Brooks Files Lawsuit

The former Atlanta policemen who shot Rayshard Brooks sues over his firing.

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Virginia Seeks Rapid Testing, Offers COVID-19 App

Virginia partners with states to get rapid testing kits. If offers residents coronavirus apps.

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2020 Census Data Collection To End Early

The Census Bureau announced it will stop collecting 2020 census data at the end of September.

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Isaias Wreaks Havoc On East Coast

One woman was killed in our region from the effects of the Isaias tropical storm.

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Navy Investigates Kaepernick Stunt

A Kaepernick look-a-like doll attacked by dogs at Navy Seal Museum demonstration.

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Hogan Says Private Schools Can Reopen

Governor Larry Hogan overruled Montgomery County health officials on the reopening of county private schools.

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What You Need To Know About Clinical Trials

Clinical trials have begun in a search for a vaccine for the coronavirus. And why aren’t persons of color more represented in clinical trials?

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Utility Bill Relief For Marylanders

Utility companies cannot cut off service to Marylanders late on payments, at least until September 1.

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Bodycam Video Of DC Police-Involved Deaths Released

Body camera video of three DC officer-involved deaths released.

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Three Former Presidents Honor John Lewis

John Lewis eulogized by three former presidents. He was laid to rest today in Atlanta.

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No Charges Against Officer Who Killed Michael Brown

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Bowser Not Surprised At Law Enforcement Reaction To Portland Protests

Mayor Bowser says people should not be surprised of the federal law enforcement response in Portland, Oregon.

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Report Details Policing Of Blacks In Montgomery County

A new report in Montgomery County shows police there accost African Americans in disproportionate numbers.

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Barr To Testify Before Congress

William Barr to questioned by the House Judiciary Committee today.

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Final Viewing For John Lewis At U.S. Capitol

John Lewis’ casket will lie in state at the U.S. Capitol for the final day today.

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Restrictions On Travelers To DC From COVID-19 Hot Spots In Effect

DC’s restrictions on travelers from COIVD-19 hot spot states takes effect today.

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John Lewis Memorialized At U.S. Capitol Today

John Lewis to lie in state at the U.S. Capitol today and tomorrow.

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Montgomery County Considers In-Home Coronavirus Testing

Testing could come to areas in Montgomery County most affected by the coronavirus.

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New Covid-19 Restrictions For Anne Arundel County & Baltimore

A surge of coronavirus cases has caused officials in Baltimore and Anne Arundel County to reinstate restrictions.

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