NYC, General Motors, Death Valley National Park discussed on Morning Edition

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Conversation live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly ten democratic presidential contenders attacked president trump and each other during last night's second presidential debate in Detroit Quinn Klinefelter with member station W. D. E. T. says divisions over health care policy were highlighted for the second night in a row Camila Heris chastise Joe Biden during the Democrats first debate this time it was Heris under fire for the cost of her version of the Medicare for all healthcare system Biden appeared more aggressive but still play defense over Obama your immigration policies and his support for a crime bill many see as unfair to African Americans other contenders needed to make an impression to have a shot that future debates the fate of a US navy pilot is unclear after the crash of a fighter jet in California's Death Valley national park witnesses say the F. eighteen slammed into a canyon wall and exploded yesterday Jim Bates is a navy spokesman we're looking for an aviator out there hoping for the best I'm always optimistic seven people at a nearby scenic overlooks suffered minor injuries including burns and cuts from flying debris they were about sixty yards from where the F. eighteen crashed that overlook is where aviation buffs often gathered to get a close up look at military training flights General Motors latest quarterly earnings beat Wall Street expectations due in part to stronger sales of SUVs and high end pickups this is NPR news this is W. NYC in New York good morning I'm Richard hake it's.

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