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Lightning rod in the world of finance. What Robin Hood has come in and done is obliterated. Ah, large part of the profit margin in this industry, and the difference has gone into customer's pockets. I'm Amanda Ron check. It's an hour of economics and innovation on Planet money and how I built this from NPR. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Amy held the one shot Johnson and Johnson. Covert 19 vaccine is back. NPR's Windsor Johnson reports. The U. S lifted a suspension after examining reports of rare blood clots. A CDC advisory panel voted to resume the use of the single dose vaccine nearly two weeks after the FDA suspended the shots. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky says the benefits of the J and J vaccine outweigh the extremely low risk of blood clots. The science supports this news, and I know that this is welcome news. For many, as many have wanted the Johnson and Johnson vaccine to fill an important need in vaccination efforts here and around the world. The FDA says a causal relationship between the vaccine and blood clots is plausible. In response, the agency says it will add a warning label, noting that most cases have occurred in women between the ages of 18 and 49. Windsor Johnston NPR news Early this morning, A space X capsule docked at the international space Station. MPR's child, Snyder, reports on a voyage filled with firsts for astronauts arrived at the international Space Station aboard a space X crew capsule that's already made the trip once before capture complete welcome toe. I assess We're so excited to have you aboard space station commander Shannon Walker welcoming the four astronauts joining the crew of the orbiting outpost. They represent the U. S. France and Japan. And include American Shane Kimbrough and Megan McArthur. Not only did they arrive on a recycled capsule, they were also propelled into space by a previously used rocket booster. There are now two space X capsules docked at the I s s another first the newcomers air, replacing for astronauts who will return to earth and one of them on Wednesday. Royal Snyder NPR News in North Carolina Several sheriff's deputies are on leave or have resigned after the fatal shooting of a black man on Wednesday. NPR's Sarah McCammon reports from Elizabeth City. The actions come after Andrew Brown Jr was shot and killed on Wednesday morning, while passport take county sheriff's deputies were carrying out a search and arrest warrant in Elizabeth City, North Carolina. The sheriff's office says seven deputies have been placed on leave while state law enforcement officials conducted investigation. Officials say three other deputies have resigned, though they say those departures are not related to the fatal shooting passport in county Sheriff Tommy Wooten says his deputies were wearing body cameras at the time. Members of the Elizabeth City Council have voted unanimously to ask the sheriff and other officials to release that footage. Sarah McCammon. NPR NEWS Elizabeth CITY, North Carolina Investigators in Tennessee are looking into another fatal police shooting. It happened overnight in Nashville during a traffic stop. Body. Camera footage shows a man getting out of his car and the officer demanding he drop the knife. After briefly running away. The man turns toward the officer who fires three shots. It's NPR news, Derek show. Vin will be sentenced on June 16th after being found guilty this week of murdering George Floyd. The former Minneapolis police officer is facing a maximum of 40 years in prison. He was convicted on Tuesday on all three counts against him, including second degree on intentional murder and second degree manslaughter. Universities across the country are announcing they will require covert 19 vaccines for students returning this fall. But Colorado public Radio's Stina Sieg reports one school in a rural part of the state says it will not be making any such requirements. Colorado May say university won't follow in the footsteps of California's public universities or Maryland's CMU Vice President John Marshall says his school will take a different approach to vaccines. I think just being respectful and sort of extending people, both agency and courtesy and respect. As we work through that vaccination conversation is really our best path forward. See, amused, no largely conservative community with a lot of vaccine hesitancy. But at a recent on campus vaccination drive, nearly 200 students and community members showed up for a shot. For NPR News. I'm Stina Sieg in Grand Junction, Colorado. Ah Second Coronavirus Wave gripping India is worsening. The country broke a world record for new cases today for the third day in a row. India's Health Ministry says it has more than 346,000 new infections and the country's health system is getting overwhelmed..

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