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The Lobby Shop gives listeners an opportunity to tune in to conversations between Washington insiders who are directly involved in the biggest political and policy issues of our day. Hosted by Josh Zive, Liam Donovan, and Paul Nathanson of Bracewell's Policy Resolution Group in Washington DC, this weekly podcast dives into the most recent news from Capitol Hill and beyond with input from foremost experts in their respective fields. Have a topic you'd like to hear discussed on the show? We'd ...
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The Hiss-Chambers case gripped the nation in 1948 and still provokes controversy. Take a deep factual dive into the story of two brilliant, fascinating men, sensational Congressional hearings, spy documents hidden in a dumbwaiter shaft and a pumpkin, the trial of the century, and the launch of Richard Nixon’s career.
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David Harrison is on the Commanders beat for CommanderCountry.com of Sports Illustrated’s FanNation and brings you the most comprehensive analysis and commentary on the Washington Commanders with the Locked On Commanders podcast. From breakdowns to analytics to the hot stories surrounding the Commanders, David (@DHarrison82) is the go-to sources for all things Washington football. Daily, we explore the entire NFL calendar from free agency to the draft, through training camp, and preview/revi ...
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Live From The Library Podcast

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An audio show and love letter to Washington, D.C.'s literary culture, Live From The Library features conversations with D.C. area writers, literary curators, book store owners, book club leaders and more about the capital area's rich and diverse appreciation for reading and the authors who create the works we love most.
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Chillin With TeddyG is where we discuss News, Comedy, religion, black history, entertainment, homesteading, current events, even books and movies. Grab yourself a cup of coffee, tea, or your favorite latte and enjoy the show. I'm your host Teddy G. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/Teddy-G/support
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Washington Commanders minicamp Day 2 ends with assistant head coach and offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy, receiver Jahan Dotson, and safety Jeremy Reaves bringing energy. And we continue our Sam Howell watch. Bieniemy's presence with the Commanders has been felt since the day he arrived at Ashburn, and it's helping the offense keep the energy tu…
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This Podcast is the closest the trials get to high comedy. Dreamy, arrogant State Department economist, Henry Julian Wadleigh, worked in the same area as Hiss (several levels below Hiss). Wadleigh testifies that he passed State Department documents to Chambers in 1937 and 1938 without authorization. He thus corroborates Chambers’ testimony that Cha…
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Washington Commanders mandatory minicamp started with a few redemption stories involving cornerback Emmanuel Forbes, defensive end Chase Young, and wide receiver Mitchell Tinsley. The Commanders got their final full week of Phase 3 underway with minicamp and Forbes got beat early by receivers Terry McLaurin and Marcus Kemp but came back to make a p…
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Washington Commanders defensive end Chase Young reported to Ashburn on Monday ahead of the team's mandatory minicamp starting Tuesday. With minicamp starting this week, Young made his way to the team facility for photo day, but it's in the practices and the upcoming season where the fourth-year defensive end really needs to show up. He's not the on…
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Washington Commanders receiver Jahan Dotson spoke at a youth camp held by Next Gen Camps about his experience with young athletes, the arrival of assistant head coach and offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy, and more! At a Next Gen Camps youth football camp in Upper Marlboro, MD on Saturday, Commanders receiver Jahan Dotson spent time with young at…
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Washington Commanders wrapped their OTA period and coordinators Eric Bieniemy, Jack Del Rio, and Nate Kaczor met with us to end the week. First, we heard from Bieniemy who gushed over second-year quarterback Sam Howell and his tight end room featuring Logan Thomas, John Bates, Cole Turner, and Curtis Hodges. Then, Del Rio declined to comment too de…
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Five-time Paralympian and 29-time medalist, Jessica Long joins Dr Bill Nelson to discuss her long career as a swimmer and Swim Across America Baltimore's upcoming Open Water Swim and Pool Swim later this summer that raise money for cancer research at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center. To sign up, volunteer or donate, visit swimacrossamerica.or…
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Washington Commanders OTA practice standouts Emmanuel Forbes, Quan Martin, Jacoby Brissett, and Curtis Hodges. The Commanders held their second OTA practice in front of the media on Wednesday and defensive rookies Forbes and Martin made plays that displayed intelligence and versatility in Jack Del Rio's defense. Backup quarterback Brissett has been…
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Photo: http://www.spartacus-educational.com Now comes the witness who, in my opinion, dooms Alger Hiss. He gives expert testimony supporting Chambers’ claim that the typed spy documents were passed to him by Alger Hiss after Mrs. Hiss typed them on the Hiss home typewriter. Lloyd Paul Stryker did not ask this witness a single question on cross-exam…
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Washington Commanders NFL Draft prospect film study takes a look at sixth-round running back Chris Rodriguez Jr. from the Kentucky Wildcats program. Looking at Commanders' running back Chris Rodriguez Jr. it's clear the team is getting a powerful north and south runner who brings a rushing trait not seen on the roster since Peyton Barber in 2020. T…
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Washington Commanders players on the bubble include receiver Dax Milne, rookie running back Chris Rodriguez Jr., and cornerback Rachad Wildgoose as the team enters the second week of OTAs ahead of training camp. With two more OTA practices still to hold in front of the media, Commanders fans want an early look at players who might be on the roster …
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Washington Commanders won't likely target free-agent wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, but where he winds up could have a real impact on the team's season. After it was revealed the Arizona Cardinals are releasing the star receiver every team interested in winning started contemplating whether or not to try and land the veteran who still very much has…
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Former Secretary of the Navy John H. Dalton has written a new memoir called “At the Helm: My Journey with Family, Faith, and Friends to Calm the Storms of Life.” Dalton is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy who served as a Navy submariner much like another USNA graduate, President Jimmy Carter. Dalton is also an emeritus member of the Wh…
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Washington Commanders defensive backs Emmanuel Forbes, Quan Martin, Benjamin St-Juste, and Kamren Curl all stood out during the first week of OTAs for various reasons. We turn our attention to the Commanders' defense with cornerbacks and safeties taking center stage in our observations following OTA practice on Wednesday. Cornerback Emmanuel Forbes…
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Washington Commanders OTA practice No. 2 featured three standout players as quarterback Sam Howell, receiver Kazmeir Allen, and tight end Cole Turner stood out from the crowd. Quarterback Sam Howell had a particularly down moment during the second day of OTA practices, but it's the way he bounced back from it to finish the day strong that impressed…
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Robert Stripling & Richard Nixon Everyone always asks about the topic of this Podcast #21: “What was in the secret State Department documents?” These are the 126 pages that Chambers introduced as the last documents that Hiss gave him. State Department men authenticated them as copies (or summaries or excerpts) of actual State Department documents, …
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Washington Commanders Chase Young, Montez Sweat, and Charles Leno Jr. no shows for the first practice of OTAs and more with Sam Fortier of the Washington Post. On the first day of OTA practice some notable Commanders were absent as defensive ends Chase Young and Montez Sweat were missing along with offensive tackle Charles Leno Jr. Sam Fortier of t…
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Washington Commanders OTA practice marks the beginning of Phase Three of the offseason workout program and offers a new chance to see rookies in action while veterans begin getting back into the mix. As we get into the next exposure to the 2023 Commanders it's important to understand what's expected, what's happening, and how much to really take aw…
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Dr Akila Viswanathan speaks with Dr William Li, physician, scientist and best-selling author of "Eat To Beat Your Diet: Burn Fat, Heal Your Metabolism and Live Longer" about using the food we eat to prevent diseases like cancer. To learn more about Dr Li's work and his book, visit drwilliamli.com.By Akila Viswanathan
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The Washington Commanders have five players that will be most critical in determining how much success they experience in the 2023 NFL Season. Starting with safety Darrick Forrest, the Commanders have five players they need to step up all year long in order to maximize their ability to have success. Running back Brian Robinson Jr., defensive tackle…
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Washington Commanders quarterbacks Sam Howell and Jacoby Brissett could both play in the regular season according to new projections from NFL.com. In a recent starting lineup projection article by NFL.com the Commanders are predicted to potentially play both of their quarterback candidates, but a lack of context leaves the circumstances surrounding…
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Washington Commanders potential new owner Josh Harris put together a 40+ page document identifying appealing details and plans for potential minority investors, NFL.com's quarterback rankings by division, and why the Dallas Cowboys may fall in the NFC East. As Josh Harris' group grows closer to buying the Commanders franchise from Dan and Tanya Sny…
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Lloyd Paul Stryker, Hiss's Defense Atty (Digital Commons) Whittaker Chambers, and then his wife Esther, testify in court. Both their direct testimonies were rocky due to Stryker’s objections and Judge Kaufman’s rulings. Their cross-examinations by Stryker were brutal. Chambers sat there and passively took blow after blow, but Mrs. Chambers shouted …
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Washington Commanders sophomores receiver Jahan Dotson and running back Brian Robinson Jr. will have big impacts on how well the new season unfolds. Both Dotson and Robinson missed time in their rookie seasons, but still played at a pace that inspires confidence both could be big-time producers in their second years. And one of them could be the to…
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Washington Commanders mailbag questions on Ron Rivera's chances of keeping his job and holes that still need to be filled on the roster. In today's episode we dive into what coach Rivera has to do to keep his job leading the Commanders following the sale of the franchise to Josh Harris' group. Then, we look at the roster to identify areas we'd stil…
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Washington Commanders rookie minicamp standouts and regular season record projections including best and worst case scenarios. The Commanders hosted 60 first-year players for their annual rookie minicamp and among them cornerback Emmanuel Forbes, defensive end KJ Henry, and receiver Jadakis Bonds stood out the most. Then, we dive into the regular s…
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Washington Commanders NFL schedule includes one primetime game and a four-game stretch against 2022 playoff teams with a Week 14 bye week. Looking at the Washington Commanders' 2023 NFL Schedule the team will begin the year at home against the Arizona Cardinals before playing on the road in four of the next six weeks following it. Then, in a four-g…
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Washington Commanders NFL Draft picks KJ Henry and Andre Jones Jr. hope to make themselves part of how the team sets the edge moving forward, but how much could they impact the defense in 2023? With two picks in the draft, the Commanders added young depth to their defensive line group. A smart move considering they have no fewer than six expiring c…
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In this podcast celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, Dr Akila Viswanathan speaks to Dr John Wong, Professor Emeritus and former Director of Medical Physics, about the 20th Anniversary of the Department of Radiation Oncology and Molecular Radiation Sciences at Johns Hopkins and the significant scientific achiev…
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The Washington Commanders selected two offensive linemen in the NFL Draft in Arkansas Razorbacks' Ricky Stromberg and Utah Utes' Braeden Daniels, but is either a starter? In this film review of the two newest Commanders linemen, we dive into two games from the past NCAA Football season for each prospect and isolate the characteristics and traits th…
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Pic: Prosecutor Thomas Murphy In this Podcast, I deliver, in my best courtroom voice, short versions of Prosecutor Murphy’s down-to-earth opening statement for the government and Lloyd Paul Stryker’s incandescent overture for the Hiss defense. See which one you think is more impressive — Murphy’s calm, rational promise of convincing evidence or Str…
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Washington Commanders may have tampered with Indianapolis Colts retired quarterback Andrew Luck, and that team has asked for an investigation. Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms… 🎧 https://link.chtbl.com/LOCommanders?sid=YouTube Locked On NFL League-Wide: Every Team, Fantasy, Draft & More 🎧 https://linktr.ee/LockedOnNFL Text David on Subte…
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Washington Commanders releasing center Chase Roullier, expanding on defensive end Chase Young's fifth-year option decision, and which tier of franchise building the team is in this season. The Commanders made a decision to release center Chase Roullier and in today's episode, we examine what it means, especially with that post-June 1st designation.…
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Washington Commanders NFL Schedule prediction including primetime and divisional games, and a potential showdown on Thanksgiving and overseas! The Commanders could get as many as four prime showcase games according to this prediction, but first, we have to answer the question about whether or not the Dallas Cowboys have an unfair advantage in hosti…
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Washington Commanders NFL Draft class filled a lot of needs but players like Kenny Golladay, Isaiah Wynn, and Rashaan Evans could be nice finishing touches to their offseason. While the Commanders have talented weapons like Terry McLaurin, Jahan Dotson, and Curtis Samuel, Golladay can bring size and strength to be a threat in the red zone and fit s…
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Britain and the U.S. have long had what Prime Minister Winston Churchill called a “special relationship.” From adversaries to allies, the relationship between the two countries continues to evolve with each new government and administration. Stewart McLaurin, President of the White House Historical Association, sat down with Dame Karen Pierce, the …
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Federal Courthouse, NY, 1938 This is a short podcast to acquaint you with the actors about to come on stage in the drama of Alger Hiss and Whittaker Chambers. They are the government Prosecutor Thomas Murphy, Hiss’s principal defense lawyer Lloyd Paul Stryker, Judge Samuel Kaufman, and the jury. Additional Research Murphy, a 6’ 4” muscular giant of…
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Washington Commanders NFL Draft picks Emmanuel Forbes and Quan Martin film study and secondary depth chart reset! With their first two picks in the NFL Draft the Commanders selected two defensive backs that will help them build a more aggressive brand of defense this season. We evaluate three of Forbes' collegiate games and two of Martin's to ident…
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Washington Commanders' NFL Draft class impact on the current salary cap could lead to the team moving one of three veteran players in the next couple of weeks. Currently, the Commanders are projected to go over the Top-51 salary cap once their rookie class counts against the books. With cornerback Emmanuel Forbes carrying the heaviest hit of them a…
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Five fired Memphis police officers were charged Thursday with second-degree murder and other crimes in the arrest and death of Tyre Nichols, a Black motorist who died three days after a confrontation with the officers during a traffic stop.Shelby County Sheriff's Office online records show that Tadarrius Bean, Demetrius Haley, Desmond Mills Jr., Em…
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Washington Commanders NFL Draft class recap and undrafted free agent signing along with rookie minicamp invitees. The Commanders addressed a lack of depth in their secondary by drafting Emmanuel Forbes and Quan Martin with their first two picks. Then Washington went back-to-back on the offensive line with Ricky Stromberg and Braeden Daniels before …
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The Washington Commanders select Illinois safety Quan Martin and Ricky Stromburg on the second day of the 2023 NFL Draft. Locked On Commanders host David Harrison joins Locked On’s Tenitra Batiste to react and break down what selecting Quan Martin and Ricky Stromburg means for the Washington Commanders for the 2023 NFL season and beyond and also ho…
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Washington Commanders selected Mississippi State cornerback Emmanuel Forbes in the first round of the 2023 NFL Draft. With their first pick in the books, we look at why some were disappointed the pick wasn't Oregon cornerback Christian Gonzalez and why Forbes was picked by the Commanders - according to coach Ron Rivera. Then, Candi Waller of Bowie …
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The Washington Commanders select Emmanuel Forbes with the 16th pick in the 2023 NFL Draft. Locked On Commanders host David Harrison joins Locked On NFL’s Jourdan Black to react and break down what selecting Emmanuel Forbes means for the Washington Commanders for the 2023 NFL season and beyond and also how it impacts the Washington Commanders roster…
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