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"At four thirty live from NPR news in Culver City, California. I'm Dwayne Brown. Exxon Mobil will likely have to turn over documents on what the company knew about climate change to Massachusetts attorney general as NPR's Jeff Brady tells us this prem- court denied Exxon's appeal of a decision requiring the oil giant to give up the documents. This is the latest setback for Exxon Mobil in its effort to stop to climate change related investigations by Massachusetts and New York. The state lawsuits were filed after reports in two thousand fifteen that Exxon. Scientists concluded in the nineteen seventies and eighties that fossil fuel use would have to be reduced to address climate change. Massachusetts. Attorney general Maura Healey said the case clears the way to investigate Exxon's conduct. And. She says the public deserves answers. A spokesman for Exxon Mobil says the company has no comment on the supreme court decision in the past. The oil giant has called the state investigations politically motivated Jeff Brady NPR news. President Trump plans to address the nation tomorrow night on what he calls a crisis along the southern border with Mexico, although it's unclear which broadcast networks will grant him the time today democratic members of the house and Senate toward a customs and border facility after an eight year old boy died in US custody last month. Congressman Jerry Nadler says Trump is trying to build panic about a crisis. He says doesn't actually exist Nadler referring here to an interview on Fox News over the weekend. He has been lying to the American people and his spokespeople continue like the American people. Just yesterday. His press secretary said an interview with Chris Wallace that's four thousand people four thousand terrorists rather across the border. Chris Wallace pointed out that they had all been apprehended at airports, none at the border. There is no security crisis at the border. President Trump also plans to travel to the border on Thursday. Stocks finished higher today on Wall Street, Amazon, and Netflix shares got a boost the Dow was up four tenths of a percent. This is NPR and this has KCRW it's four thirty two. Good afternoon. I'm Steve is here's what's happening right now. Torrents police say they've made an arrest in the shooting deaths of three men late Friday night at a bowling alley there. Two people were injured. They're updating the details this afternoon at a news conference as I speak gunfire erupted at the Gable house bowl on Hawthorne avenue late in the night on Friday night into early Saturday morning relatives of the victims say they believe the men were killed while trying to break up a fight there identified as twenty year old Michael Radford and friends, Robert Nickens and Aston Edwards. Both twenty eight years old again that fight breaking out Friday night alleged fight. I should say at the Gable house bowl on Hawthorne boulevard late in the night. When three people were killed in a mass shooting in Torrance. And again, the details ping a brief today. I I should say police briefing us today. On the details of that arrest. Couple of rounds of rain in the last few days have left their Mark on Malibu. Some hillsides are bear from recent wildfires. Thirteen mile stretch of PCH between Ensenada canyon road in Las Pozas could be closed until at least tomorrow night mudslides. More on that story now KCRW Sherry Glaser. It started Saturday evening when a storm dumped rain more than half an inch an hour in some spots that triggered mud and debris flows in Malibu trapping several vehicles. Some of them in mud that was four feet. Deep crews have been working ever since trying to clean up the mock and clear the road also closed decker canyon road between PCH and Mulholland count. Trans is asking people to stay out of the area and to avoid recent burn zones. If possible the wet weather is part of a moderate El Nino pattern. That's expected to bring above average rainfall over the next few months to some parts of the state KCRW cherry Glaser reporting. The national weather service says it'll keep issuing forecasts and warnings. In case you were interested in spite. Of the partial government shutdown. Forecasters there at Noah the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration under the department of commerce are working without pay. It's worth thirty four. KCRW? Sponsors include Universal Pictures, presenting. I man nominated for ten critics choice awards, including best picture of the year from Damian Chazelle, director of LA La Land. And starring Ryan Gosling and player fully awards eligible in all categories. Support for NPR comes from Amazon web services working."