The 1965 Voting Rights Act and why the political clock appears to be turning back in 2022.
Tags: Dr. Ravi Perry, Executive Director, Faith In Action, Howard University, mlk day, Political Science Department, Rev. Alvin Herring, Voting Rights Act
What has happened to America since the riot at the Capitol?
Tags: Dr. Marcia Chatelain, Dr. Niambi Carter, Howard University Political Science Professor, January 6th Insurrection, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist
He said: “We are in a battle for the soul of America.”
Tags: Assault on U.S. Capitol, January 6, President Biden
Tags: Capitol Attack One Year Later
We give you the information you need to know to keep you safe when the next winter storm hits… wherever you are.
Tags: AAA Mid Atlantic, Charlie Hawkins, Home Safety Expert, Public & Government Affairs Manager, Regina Ali, Winter Weather Safety
Garland said those responsible must be held accountable
Tags: Attorney General Merrick Garland, January 6th Capitol Attack
75-percent of hospitalized patients are unvaccinated.
Tags: Covid, Governor Larry Hogan, Omicron Now Dominant Strain In Maryland
We talk to the president of the Washington Teachers’ Union.
Tags: Jacqueline Pogue-Lyons, Kids COVID and the Classroom, Washington Teachers' Unions
Managing COVID for children
Tags: Children and COVID, Dr. Marilyn Mcpherson-Corder, Howard University School of Medicine, Medical Monday, Pediatrician
Most state hospitals are at or near 100-percent capacity.
Tags: MD COVID-19 Hospitalizations Up 500 Percent
The hill leading to route 210 cannot be accessed because of icy roads.
Tags: VDOT, Weather Cripples Wilson Bridge Commute
The subpoenas, stemming from Attorney General Letitia James’ yearslong investigation.
Tags: Attorney General Letitia James, Donald Trump Junior, Ivanka Trump, subpoenae
What do you wear? What do you NOT wear?
Tags: Cloved In Ivy Boutique, eyelashes, fashion, Fashion Stylist, Holiday Glam, Ivy Twyman, Makeup Artist, Quon Wilson, Quon's Eyes, Television Beauty Artist
What are your rights when it comes to custody, joint custody, physical custody and all of the other confusing terms?
Tags: child custody, co-parenting, Colbert Law Firm, Janelle Colbert
Jurors are deciding the fate of Kim Potter.
Tags: Daunte Wright, Jury deliberation, Kim Potter, Minnesota
You will get your results in about 15-minutes but you must report your status to D.C. Health online.
Tags: Covid, Test Yourself Express
Author of a new book chronicles her struggles and success with weight loss.
Tags: food addiction, health, Leaving Large: The Stories of a Food Addict, Michelle Petties, weight loss
Why is this happening now and what is the city doing to address this issue?
Tags: Adam Snider, DC Department of Transportation, Everett Lott, Governors Highway Safety Association
Letitia James is exploring whether the Trump Organization manipulated the value of its properties to obtain favorable insurance and loan rates and lower its tax obligations.
Tags: Corruption, former President Donald Trump, Letitia James
Former Minnesota police officer charged with killing an unarmed Black man
Tags: Brooklyn Center, Daunte Wright, Kim Potter, Minneapolis
Tags: black coalition against covid-19, Dr. Reed Tuckson
Tags: black coalition against covid-19, Cherese John, Covid, Dr. Yolandra Hancock, Founder/Chief Managing Principal, Holiday gathering, Revive Events & Catering
In the video, people in her home can be heard using racial slurs as they watch security footage of a foiled burglary attempt at the house.
Tags: Lafayette City Court Judge Michelle Odinet, racial slurs
Whitier Elementary School will move to virtual learning through December 22nd due to an increase in COVID cases at the school.
Tags: Covid, D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Lewis Ferebee, Whitier Elementary School
The ban is in effect through January 15th but will be revisited on January 7th.
Tags: COVID-19, Howard Co. Suspends Sporting Events, Howard County Public Schools
Prosecutors will seek a sentence of about 25 years behind bars.
Tags: Derek Chauvin, federal civil rights case, George Floyd
Former reporters talk about their past experiences with WHUR News and The Daily Drum
Tags: Curtis Crutchfield, Kojo Nnamdi
What impact might it have on your relationship at home?
Tags: Boss Lady, Destiny Williams, Love and Marriage Huntsville, Marsau Scott, Reality TV, relationships
Meadows has defied a subpoena to testify before the House committee investigating the January 6th attack.
Tags: Contempt Of Congress, former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, January 6th attack, The House Rules Committee
It’s an effort to regain millions the district spent defending the U.S. Capitol during the January 6th riot.
Tags: DC Attorney General Karl Racine, January 6th riot, Oath Keepers, Proud Boys
How do you manage the grief?
Tags: Dr. Katherine Marshall Woods, Grief During The Holidays, Licenced Clinical Psychologist, Medical Monday
Court filing shows he intends to plead guilty
WHUR! Yesterday… today and tomorrow.
Tags: The Howard University Radio network, WHUR Celebrates 50 Years on The Daily Drum
It’s never too late for a refresher.
Tags: CJR Group, Crystal Bailey, Etiquette Institute of Washington, Holiday Office Parties, Nicole Cober, Principal Managing Partner
Albrecht-Payton says she performed chest compressions on Wright after he was shot.
Tags: Alayna Albrecht-Payton, Daunte Wright
Bridging the communications gap between parent and child.
Tags: Communicating, Dr. Jeff Menzise, Parenting
The ID can be shown to enter government buildings, to purchase liquor or to present to police officers during traffic stops.
Tags: D.C. Approves Digital Driver's Licenses
The defense closed out their case yesterday.
Tags: Jussie Smollett Trial Closing Arguments, racist and homophobic attack
Former News Director Tom Pope and Former Reporter Enid Doggett
There’s new information about the new Omicron variant.
Tags: black coalition against covid-19, Delta variant, Dr. Reed Tuckson, Dr. Yolandra Hancock, Omicron variant
Gray served as Mayor from 2011-through-2015.
Tags: D.C. Councilmember Vincent Gray
The myth of the strong black woman.
Tags: Black Women and Self-Care, Dr. Audrey Chapman, Marita Golden, Medical Monday, Mental Health
Smollett is accused of lying to police, but claims he’s a real victim of a real crime.
Tags: Empire, Jussie Smollett, Smollett Takes The Stand
How do take a break from work burnout, mind, body and spirit without quitting your job?
Tags: Dr. Roz Aker-Black, Mental Health, Workplace Burnout
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced this afternoon
Tags: coronavirus, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, Omicron variant
Prosecutor Charging Accused Michigan Shooter’s Parents
Tags: Ethan Crumbley, James and Jennifer Crumbley, Michigan school shooting, Oxford High shooting
What is the difference between a winning and a losing Linkedin page?
Tags: Andrew McCaskill, Career Expert & Clobal Communications, Job Searc, LinkedIn
The book will come out next summer.
Tags: 'Surviving Washington', Redskins, Robert Griffin-the third, Washington Football team
The President also announced an acceleration of U.S. efforts to push more vaccines around the world.
Tags: Biden Unveils COVID Winter Strategy, Omicron variant
Herman shares thoughts about his 23 years as as news anchor and reporter.
Tags: Herman Washington, The Daily Drum