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"It does not in any way suggests that the case against Mr. Weinstein is going to end badly Weinstein's charged with sexually assaulting two women. But more than seventy women have stepped forward to allege that they were harassed assaulted or raped by him Weinstein maintains he never engaged in nonconsensual sex with anyone US stocks still on the decline all major market indices down one and a half to two. Two percent. This is NPR news from K Q E D news. I'm Brian watt bay area. Members of the House Armed Services committee say they support President Trump's order to withdraw all US ground troops from Syria, peninsula, congresswoman, Jackie speier, says US involvement there has always been an unauthorized war. We went in there looking for a regime change that hasn't happened is not going to happen. Silicon Valley congressman ro Khanna agrees. But says he skeptical of Trump's claims of beating ISIS in Syria. I don't think this is a complete victory over. There are still a number of ISIS threats in that region and speaker designate and San Francisco congresswoman Nancy Pelosi in a statement question. Trump's political motives for announcing the decision while his former national security adviser Michael Flynn faces sentencing in criminal proceedings landmark anti lynching legislation by. California. Senator Kamala Harris cleared a major hurdle yesterday. Kiedis? Ryan Levy explains the Justice for victims of lynching Accu natoma sleep passed the Senate and would officially codified lynching as a federal crime. It's the first time that the US Senate has passed anti lynching legislation despite nearly two hundred such bills being introduced during the twentieth century. According to the nonprofit, equal Justice initiative more than four thousand African Americans were lynched between eighteen seventy seven and nineteen fifty Harris author the legislation with fellow democrat. Cory Booker of New Jersey and Republican Tim Scott of South Carolina. The only three African Americans currently in the Senate a Harris spokeswoman said they are hopeful the house will take up the legislation before the end of the year. I'm Ryan."