Jack Spear, Elsa Chang, Adrian Florido discussed on All Things Considered

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Elsa Chang this hour. Should businesses be required to pay the standard minimum wage to workers who make tips like waiters and hairdressers. Having to worry about whether or not I'm going to make sufficient finds for the work that I'm putting in If our cake also how young far right extremists in America are finding work arounds when they get booted off mainstream social media sites. We know there are a lot of young people online in white supremacist networks and how worries over the AstraZeneca shot are disrupting Europe's vaccination campaign. Those stories after these headlines Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. The judge overseeing jury selection in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show. Vin says so called George, who've already been seated in the case. It's to ensure they haven't been tainted by news of the city's massive settlement with the family of George Floyd. The man chosen is on trial for killing More from NPR's Adrian Florido, the $27 million Civil settlement. The city of Minneapolis, reached last week with the Floyd family is separate from the criminal cases against Derrick Show Vin and three other former officers. But Sheldon's attorney raised concerns the jury pool has been tainted by the news. He wants the judge to postpone the trial or move it out of Minneapolis. So far the judge has not agreed to do either. During questioning. Potential jurors are asked whether they can set aside things they hear outside the courtroom. So the judge said he'd video called the seven jurors who were seated before news of the settlement broke to make sure they could still be impartial. Adrian Florido. NPR NEWS Minneapolis President Biden traveled to Pennsylvania today. Seeking to highlight details of his $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief measure. President visiting a minority owned flooring business in suburban Philadelphia talk about how the plant will help small businesses, noting that hundreds of thousands of jobs have been lost in the state due to the pandemic. 300,000 Pennsylvania's.

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