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There. I'm Jen White. Today on one a policing to for first President Trump is threatening to deploy federal law enforcement to Chicago and other cities. That's after agents in Portland, Oregon, snatched protestors off the street put them in unmarked cars and throughout probable cause along the way. What's going on. And is it even legal, then Baltimore about to fix its police department after the death of Freddie Gray, but it didn't go as planned to reporters. Tell us the story. We're looking forward to hearing from you. Email us at one A at W Am you dot or or tweet us at 18 J. Stevens. President Trump is continuing his law and order push ahead of the November election. As NPR's Giles Snyder reports. Trump says he's expanding a federal crackdown on violent crime in cities around the country. The president confirmed the expansion during a Wednesday event at the White House, saying his administration is surging federal officers to Chicago and Albuquerque. He unveiled the plan, with Attorney General Bharat his side urging other cities to ask for federal help and accusing the movement to reduce police Department budgets for what he claimed is a wave of violent crime administration says Operation legend is separate from the controversial deployment of Portland, Oregon. NPR's Gile Snyder. California now has the most corona virus cations of any state in the country, with 13,000 new infections confirmed in the past 24 hours, details from NPR's Nathan Rock Corona virus cases are surging in parts of the nation's most populated state in Los Angeles County, where residents are nervously waiting to see if there will be another state home order. Many of the new cases are being found in people under the age of 41. Health officials earlier this week said it's a tragedy that some younger people are not taking the threat seriously putting others at risk. Although California has now surpassed New York for having the most confirmed cases of any U S date, it's number of deaths is still far lower Weekly death tolls are increasing in California, though, as they are in a number of other states. Nathan Rot. NPR NEWS. Southwest Airlines will soon test thermal cameras that can spot travelers with fever beginning early next month in Dallas. The idea is to evaluate the cameras where they should be placed and whether the technology will slow screenings at security checkpoints. United Airlines requires passengers to wear masks at ticket counters and in airport lounges. All major U. S carriers require passengers to wear masks during flights. The Trump Administration's proposing new greenhouse gas emission standards for airplanes as NPR's Jeff Brady report. The rules are modeled after international standards that environmentalists say are two week most of the Trump administration's focus has been on rolling back environmental regulations, but this one would reduce the carbon dioxide emissions from airplanes that are changing the climate. Aviation accounts for about 2% of all human caused greenhouse gases. EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler says this proposal will make it easier for domestic manufacturers to sell their planes to other countries. This regulation will help ensure that older, less efficient airplanes.