Lorena Bobbitt, President Trump, Steve Inskeep discussed on Morning Edition


The trucking industry has a massive shortage of drivers recruiting women could be the key to solving that problem. More women are coming into the fill more diverse population. So is starting to become more, flexible and more welcoming. Some companies are now also taking into account the safety concerns of solo female drivers more of that coming up on morning edition here on KCRW. This week on the unfixable podcast, we traveled to a Belgian prison and ask when your own mind fails, you who comes to the rescue the voice come from inside my soul from body. I was saying to her them. God news. Total different person. Find unfixable on Spotify apple podcasts or wherever you listen. Today on press play twenty five years ago. Lorena Bobbitt became a household name for cutting off her husband's penis and throwing it out her car window, the story made her a punchline to me, I just couldn't understand or comprehend the whole thing. And if changed my life, but behind the jokes a story of domestic violence, I'm Madeline brand Lorena Gallo, formerly Lorena Bobbitt. Her story today at one on press play on KCRW. Thomas three zero seven now back to morning edition on KCRW. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. What is in the border security agreement that congressional negotiators made last night. We are pretty sure of one thing that is not in it Republicans and Democrats left out most of the money that President Trump was demanding for a border wall. The measure includes about the same amount of money for fencing that was available before the president's demand for a wall led to a partial government shutdown. The president learned of the deal Justice. He was arriving in El Paso, Texas to promote spending on the wall that he wants promised. Mexico would pay for say, you know, what building the wall anywhere they.

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