Harold Fisher

Life, Dating and Loving after Divorce

How do you know when you’re ready to date again after divorce?

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Honorary Pulitzer Given To Teen Who Filmed George Floyd’s Murder

Pulitzer Prizes were given out Friday, with one honorary award given to Darnella Frazier

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CDC Publishes Teenage Suicide Study

Suspected teen suicide attempt on the rise.

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Critical Race Theory

Why is it so controversial?

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Florida Bans “Critical Race Theory” From Its Classrooms

A national debate is intensifying over how the role of race and racism should be examined in classroom history discussions.

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Changes for R. Kelly Defense Strategy

R. Kelly seeks to shake up defense team ahead of NYC trial

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Reporters’ Roundtable

The top stories of the week.

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Vaccines to be Required for all DC Hospital Employees

About 52% of D.C. residents are partially or fully vaccinated, while just over 42% are fully vaccinated.

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FDA Approves First Weight Loss Drug Since 2014

It’s an injectable drug called Wegovy and it’s manufactured by a Danish pharmaceutical company.

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COVID-19 Update

Are we back to normal?

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Senate Report Hits Massive Security Failures Around Capitol Attack

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McConnell Deems John Lewis Voting Rights Bill ‘Unnecessary’

The Kentucky Republican explained his opposition as he said using race to discriminate in voting is illegal already.

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Pride Month and the LGBTQ Community

What are the victories and the challenges for the LGBTQ community now?

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Millions Dealing With Heat Wave

Records fall as pre-summer high temperatures scorch the nation.

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Controversial Dementia Drug Gets FDA Nod

FDA approves much-debated Alzheimer’s drug panned by experts

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Summer BBQ Tips

Grilling tips, recipes and safety information.

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The New Normal For Traveling This Summer

What can you  do for an inexpensive day trip or overnight?

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Fan Punished After Westbrook Incident

Season Ticket Revocation, Arena Ban For Fan Who Dumped Popcorn On Westbrook

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Changes To Walk-Up Vaxx Sites

Arena Stage, the RISE Demonstration Center, U-D-C, and the Convention Center locations will all close in late June.

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The Story of Momolu Stewart

His release from incarceration was a redemption that he has not wasted.

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Central Park Karen Suing Ex-Employer

She alleges the company perpetuated her image as a “privileged white female Karen.”

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8 People Dead In San Jose Shooting

The shooting took place at a city transportation light rail yard this morning.

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George Floyd, One Year Later

We take a look at how far we have and have not come in one year.

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Kristen Clarke Confirmed as Asst. AG for Civil Rights

Clarke is the first woman and the first woman of color to head the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division

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Pres. Biden Meets with Family of George Floyd

A reform bill that’s being negotiated in the Senate is named for George Floyd.

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Talking About Mental Health & Wellness

Trying to open up the conversation about mental health for those who struggle with talking about it.

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House Hearing Probes Voter ID Laws

Lawmakers are looking at voter ID laws across the U.S.

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Biden: Get Ready For Hurricane Season

The U.S. experienced a record year of extreme weather events in 2020

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Managing College Debt and Later Life Financial Burdens

Resources to prevent and manage college debt.

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WHO: COVID Deaths Could Be Vastly Undercounted

The WHO says deaths could be two to three times higher

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Rittenhouse Makes First In-Person Court Appearance

 Trial Set For Nov. 1

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Finding Pandemic Resources

What do you do when you still need the support that’s going away?

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Hogan Announces Vaccine Lottery

Final drawing will be held on July 4th.

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Capitol Security Bill Heads to Senate

House Approves Bill Significantly Boosting Capitol Security After January 6th Attack

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Seven More Charged in U.S. Capitol Attack

New round of arrests announced following US Capitol breach

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Trump Criminal Investigation

NY attorney general says Trump Org probe is now criminal

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Masks and Teen COVID Vaccines

To mask or not to mask?

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Child Shot In Bowie

Toddler is in critical condition.

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Prosecutors Say Andrew Brown, Jr., Shooting Was Justified

Pasquotank County Sheriff’s deputies shot and killed Brown when he tried to drive away while they served a warrant.

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United Way NCA, Do More 24

The United Way of the National Capital Area will spend 24 hours raising money in support of needy populations with Do More 24.

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Gas Shortage Eases But Many Stations Still Out

About 70-percent of stations in and around Washington, DC were out.

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Water Utility Blames Wipes For Clogging Pipes

WSSC water says it has removed more than 700 tons of wipes from a wastewater pumping station since 2020

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Disciplining Your Children

Contemporary alternatives to corporal punishment.

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Colonial Pipeline Hack

What is the impact of this mini gas crisis and what you need to do and stop doing to manage it.

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No More Masks for the Vaccinated

CDC: Fully vaccinated people can largely ditch masks indoors

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Water Bill Late Fees Returning

The utility began waiving late fees in March 2020 due to the pandemic

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Medical Monday: “Dad-Bods”, Weight and Men’s Health

Men talk about weight gain and health issues brought light during the pandemic.

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FDA Approves Pfizer Vaccine for 12-15 Year Olds

It will also allow middle school-aged students to get vaccinated before school starts this fall.

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Lawmakers Take Another Look At Capitol Attack

The Justice Department is planning hundreds of criminal prosecutions that have been linked to the Capitol attack.

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Best and Worst Advice Mom Has Given You

We honor mothers with a little wisdom and humor.

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