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"ayoub" Discussed on It Could Happen Here
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"ayoub" Discussed on It Could Happen Here
"That you're listening to in fact it is. It is happening here in your ears but you know what else is happening here. The world's kinda fallen apart. Well i don't know not the world but the structures in the world that we all relied upon for existence. Shit sure are crumbling anyway. I'm robert evans. This is a podcast about how things are falling apart and how to deal with that shit If you're new to this show maybe check out our first five episodes. They'll catch you up there evergreen. But this week we have special guest and a special conversation to have that i think is going to be edifying for a lot of people I would like to introduce mr joey. I- ube joey. You are a writer and researcher in the host of the fire these times which is a fantastic podcast. Joey how you doing today. I'm i'm operating with the norman parameters. As i said before. I'm impressed by that because i'm i'm constantly in the process of falling apart Which is why. I was late to this. Call joey you want to give our listeners. A little background on yourself. sure Emotionally from lebanon. Honest where i grew up. My family's gonna makes bit of medicines but if it kind of all over the place. And i'm currently in switzerland continuing might be deal. Which one day would actually be done. I i have been told that there's life after Yeah so. That's what i do and i do buckets. I tonight stuff that i probably forgot and E- you wrote a column that i quite a admire for website called laos on which was based on a term that. I think it was the the mango media. Folks came up with and that term is the periphery and and one of the reasons. I think this is useful. So when i grew up and i suspect it was the same. I don't know if it was the same for garrison because he grew up in a weird cult but it was probably the sanford. Christopher the terms we heard a lot for different cut like it was either basically the united states or europe or it was the third world right. Those were the terms that i grew up with and i wasn't. I was like probably seventeen or eighteen. Before i actually learned that the terms i in third world kind of came from the cold war where like the. Us is the first world. The soviet block is kind of the second world and then everyone else that third world. Obviously that's not a great collective noun for referring to any group of anything We try not to use third world and a new term has kind of become more I don't know vogue may be the wrong word. But people start using the global south to refer to Everywhere that's not the us in europe. And you know a handful of other countries and kind of that's not great either because for one thing. A lot of those countries aren't south and i'll say it isn't north either. Yeah yeah so. I'm i'm interested in this. Because there is a use in having kind of collective nouns to refer to groups of people from multiple nations and in the west isn't gonna do for most places And i like this term. The periphery because kind of the way that you in the mangle folks kind of have described it makes a tremendous amount of sense to me and it makes a tremendous amount of sense because it's not trying to group people together based on their relationship to of of a western centered kind of international power dynamics understanding that even a lot of people in the left here kind of fall into where you know You're either a imperialist anti-imperialist but being anti-imperialist means supporting a lot of imperialist powers because they're against whatever imperialist power. You were born into anyway. I wonder if you could start by getting your your explanation. Of what is the periphery. And how do you see that. Yeah so just. Save up funded. I don't expect that term to work every diamond in all contexts. I sheriff exactly. I know someone who works. In development studies had a pretty informative chats about the terms global south Note and she was pretty convincing that they can be useful in certain materials analysis. Certain things so. I'm not i'm not gonna like it doesn't work ever basically but i think what really clicked with me although the number of things that he kicked in one. Is that conversation. When ebola vont on mongan media on their own podcast is one. I've lived in for them and then we had a chat about About the explosion babe with last year. And it's up on the topic off the briefly which they coined coins came about and the best way he described it Which is gonna given the the podcast Now is that when anti authoritarian turks. He's from turkey. See protests in for example. Lebanon hong kong. Which was what they were happening at the same time in two dozen nineteen and issac and other places students on date. They sort of think that it could happen here. Know it can happen in turkey. Essentially which is not the case offend would like leftists leftists leftists. That are speaking the west now obviously exceptions so all of this was not every turkish leftist things like that not every western after like that. But it's kind of a journal tent and for me for example the way i can explain it as a broadcast like it could happen here. Why you're sort of describing a situation that might happen here here in america. Let's say wouldn't necessarily be needed in for example lebanon. Because it's going to help you out and it's been happening for some time now. Yeah and that. That tension in some sense when i would because now even switzerland's i'm in you know in geneva which is as international as at the center in some sense as it gets on most it this tension between my dating life essentially here and what's happening back home on a daily basis is what sort of led me to think about this other term debris here because i felt that at least on an emotional never global south wasn't working as one that makes sense and one of the things. I really find so useful. An admirable about this term. Is that it. It is a. It's a collective noun for referring to a group of people but it separates those people from the state from their government. So you when you're when you're talking about the periphery include people from lebanon People from from palestine people from syria. You're not including the government's you're not. It's not the states. It's the because the people are peripheral to the power of those states into the blocks that those states find themselves in. Which is why you know any any efforts at autonomy on the the communal leveler crushed so violently. Yeah that's for me. Global south it in the term includes the states from the sober global rushing the activists from the socal global south intuitions. That i just needed this. Other layer this other term. That explains that dynamic as well. Yeah and you know. One of the things you were talking about was kind of the way in which a lot of leftists in the united states and chunks of the west will kind of disregard laboratory struggles overseas that don't neatly fit into a very simple ideological category. I'm kind of wondering as a kid who grew up in lebanon. Kind of i'm. I'm going to assume mostly focused on the regional kind of politics. When did you start to realize that. That was something that was going on internationally. Like when did you. Did you realize kind of like you know. I think a lot of folks are took surprised by the reaction of the international left like the arab spring. And i'm kind of wondering. Was that when it hit home for you or did you start to see stirrings of those problems at an earlier. Date.
"ayoub" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'm mark a woman. This is the world today in Europe a major move to prioritize LGBTQ rates. The European Commission launched legal proceedings against Hungary and Poland after both countries introduced laws that the EU says discriminate against LGBTQ people. This comes just a week after a pride event in Georgia was attacked. Dozens of people were injured in the capital, Tbilisi, 37 year old journalist Alexander Lask Arava was later found dead. He had been covering the event when he was severely beaten by counter protesters. As the world's Bianca Hillary reports. LGBTQ advocates in Tbilisi are hoping for more European support show to dig militia really knew there was the potential for violence at Tbilisi pride, but he didn't think it would get as bad as it did environment was very hostile. But we did not expect such Terry Boat ignorance. We thought that the police would interfere, of course. Big machine really is a founding member of the Shame Movement, an activist group in Georgia who helped organized Tbilisi Pride. Police stood by, he says, as counter protesters stormed their offices and ripped down rainbow flags. Week later, Georgian authorities have yet to take action. Still, he says, queer activists there No, they need to show up. Visibility is important because results visibility There is no attention to those rights attention from Georgian politicians and from leaders representing other countries. More than two dozen foreign embassies in Georgia signed a joint statement condemning the violence. And yesterday U S. State Department spokesperson Ned Price sent condolences and a warning from Washington. We do call for calm and into the violence that has already caused one tragic loss of life. We remind Georgia's leaders and its law enforcement of their responsibility. To protect all of those exercising their constitutional rights. Members of the European Parliament have also been vocal, including Rasmussen, Drayson from Germany. So this important for LGBT here I to hear and see that they are not alone that they're actually up politicians and other people in public speaking up. For their rights. And Grayson says, speaking up about Georgia's lack of action can lead to change because authorities there don't want to look bad on the world stage in Tbilisi show to dig Melosh Villi agrees and says he's grateful for the verbal support. Yes, it's Of course, it's very significant, but critics have long faulted politicians for being slow to turn statements into action. It's a fine line to navigate, says Philip Ayyoub, an associate professor of diplomacy and world affairs at Occidental College. Placing sanctions on the country's government for human rights abuses, he says, can sometimes further vilify the marginalized group. Local communities are then punished for sanctions that come out of country. It can further fuel this narrative of LGBT are right. It's our foreign imposition upon us and that local LGBT people are actually foreign agents themselves or are not. Part of local communities. Global leaders are sending out more statements and tweets as LGBTQ rights are more often included in human rights discussions, but parliamentarian Rasmus Andreasen says it needs to go further. He believes LGBTQ rights are vital to foreign policy considerations and following the violence in Tbilisi, he says. If Georgia wants to be a European partner, they need to act. We need to ensure that in international politics when it comes to diplomacy, we're not just talking about economic collaboration, but that we are also pointing out if we are seeing some problems related to the human rights situation, Phillip Ayoub says there has been increased conversation about G B T Q rights being a litmus test for partnership, but for most countries, they have yet to become a deal breaker in international relations. In the grand scheme of things, there's still a long way to go into which LGBT rights are really, really folded into human rights and get the same kind of attention as other kinds of issues. Advocates say. Today's legal proceedings against Hungary and Poland are a good sign. Still back in Tbilisi..
"ayoub" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
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"ayoub" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Every child that you keep separate from their parent, every person who misses a wedding and every person who misses a job opportunity. Those don't just hurt the person involved. They hurt the people. That would benefit from being reunited with their family members. They heard that the place is that these people would end up working. Biden could undo the travel ban, just the way Trump started it with an executive order. That would trigger a reversal at the State Department, customs and border protection and other federal agencies. Abbott Ayoub with the American Arab Anti Discrimination Committee says If Biden ends the travel ban, it's promised it would signal a new start on how the U. S streets immigrants, including protecting young immigrants brought to the country as Children. And reuniting separated migrant families, You know, but by overturning the ban, which is the lowest hanging fruit, he could signal to the communities that you know what I think. Immigration seriously, I take your concerns seriously. Dr Armand Dairy, whose father's still in Iran, came to the U. S more than a decade ago, toe working clinical trials and do a residency at a prestigious clinic in Ohio. But the travel ban made him feel like he wasn't welcome in the U. S. And he says getting rid of it would lift a weight off his family and many others. It's going to be A huge relief for people who are affected by this in just on discriminated act. It means a lot for us. Darryl. His dad has recovered from Cove it now he hopes he can finally come live with a son in California. For the world and funny that gavel Romero We may not hear about the much but more than 700. U. S troops are currently stationed in Somalia. In the coming days. The Trump administration is planning to remove most, if not all of them. It's time to come home. The quick draw down could be devastating for Somalia. U. S. Troops there have been propping up Somalia's faltering government. After years of war and strife. They've been training and equipping an elite Somali fighting force that's kept the Al Qaeda linked Al Shabaab at bay. Omar Mahmoud is a senior analyst for Somalia at the International Crisis Group and joins us from Nairobi. Omar what is likely to be the most immediate impact of the U. S troop drawdown. The unit at the U. S has been training has gotten high marks for its operations and its ability to really engage al Shabaab and so any sort of sudden Withdrawal immediately calls that training into question. Somalia's government collapsed in 1991. It's been struggling ever since. What exactly have the 700 U. S troops been doing there? Yes. So the U. S is focused on building the Somali National Army from the bottom up and so to do that they've taken this approach where they're trying to build an elite unit. So right now you have various components of the National Army. It's not very coherent. There's no command and control structure and so rather with the U. S did was focused on Particular unit and try to build that up in a manner where it could start to take over primary security force responsibility. Where can start toe engage the militants. U. S forces we should mention are also stationed in neighboring to booty and in Kenya, where you are, what's happening to them As far as you know, and well, they take on any of the role left by the departing American troops in Somalia. In Djibouti in Kenya. I mean they very much for probably still pick up some of the slack, but you can't really make up by not having ground troops there. So you know, even if there's still some supports given to the Somali National Army and coming out of Kenyan coming out of Djibouti won't really make up for the lack of on the ground presence, the lack of in person training What about the Trump administration's argument that U. S troops cannot stay in places like Somalia forever? I mean, I think everyone agrees that in a long term, foreign troops should go home and then we'll go home. But the question is just when and honestly, the timing for this might be particularly complicated because Somalia is also headed into elections on election season and Somali elections aren't your typical election, but rather they take place in certain parts of the country on Lee that I get some access for attention in some extra security. In this time, they're going to actually add some new locations to that. So there's a bit of Ah security pressure there right now, But I think in the long run, everyone agrees that troops need to go home. But there's some conditions on the ground that everyone wants to see first and in those of the two I mentioned before, in terms of upgrading Somali security forces and degrading also Bob I just want to mention to the fighting in Ethiopia because neighboring Ethiopia had deployed thousands of peacekeeping troops to Somalia, but some of the soldiers have now been pulled out. Others have been disarmed as Ethiopia has its own fighting and its northern Tigre region. What will that unrest in Ethiopia mean for Somalia? I mean, if you Opie has been another key security guarantor in Somalia, and so what happened is is if you'll be has troops, both within the African Union mission and then outside of that, and so they pulled their troops outside of the mission, most of them in and now he was never quite clear what agreement those troops were operating under. But the main point is that again. A sudden pullout opens up a bit of a vacuum and creates security vulnerabilities, which a group like Al Shabaab could very much step into. My mood is the senior analyst for Somalia, the international Crisis group. He's been speaking with us from Nairobi. Omar. Thanks very much for talking us through this. Glad to be here..
"ayoub" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Charged with murder and what my answer to you and remains and I told you I told the City Department that this is morning told him this morning and told no police. They said the police who shot Wallace were improperly Trained. Meanwhile, the mayor's office said in a news release late Thursday that it plans to release that body cam footage in 9 11 audio publicly by the end of next week. The U. S attorney in Philadelphia. Has charged for men for allegedly setting fire to police vehicles in May during those sometimes violent protests, the U. S attorney's office announcing those arrest yesterday. In the first case, My office is thought of three count indictment. Against Ayoub debris alleging several crimes all stemming from his alleged destruction of one of the P S. P Pennsylvania state police SUVs. Now in the second case announced today in my office has charged three individuals. Carlos Match it police Miller. An Anthony Smith. The three count indictment with arson, attempted arson, aiding and abetting an obstruction of law enforcement during a civil disorder. These charges are based upon their alleged destruction of the Philadelphia Police Department Civil affairs vehicle. Diamond further alleges that the's defendant's actions created a substantial risk of injury to one or more persons, including public safety officers. And they face ah minimum of seven years in prison if convicted, and police in the nation's capital, releasing body cam footage from a fatal vehicle accident during a police chase that sparked protests and clashes. A 20 year old Koran. Hilton died in the hospital after his moped head crashed into a car Friday night while he was being pursued by police at issue in the case, an interpretation of what constitutes a chase and whether Police were justified in pursuing him. There is no indication of any contact between the police vehicle ER and the scooter on there was no damage on the police vehicle that would indicate that there was contact between the.
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"Following a high profile hack this week. It may face a large fine for violating a 2010 settlement, which followed another hack attack. Sources say the FTC is reviewing the matter. The pandemic may bring a shake out among US colleges and universities. Ayoub study Find Schools with ample financial resource is strong endowments and national reputations will prosper. The rest may struggle to keep their doors open. Larry Kowski Bloomberg Radio Radio 1000. OK am K x x Y. FM, 96.18 to Oklahoma CITY, Oklahoma, Falling behind the national rate when it comes to the Census sign Beth Myers and the News Radio 1000 Katie Okay, news center. Oklahoma falls below the national average. When it comes to people responding to the 2020 census. The national response rate is 62%. Oklahoma's response rate is 56.3%. The Census Bureau says communities that are under counted risk missing out on federal funding for an array of critical programs and services. Including housing, transportation, health care, education and emergency response. Proponents of ST Question 810 have withdrawn their initiative petition Here's Margot Murano. The state questions sought to take away redistricting power from the Legislature and instead give it to a citizen's commission that would redraw legislative and congressional boundaries. Andy more with the group people, not politicians, says the petition was withdrawn because of what he calls unnecessary lawsuits by politicians and delays due to the cova 19 pandemic. He says it would not have made the ballot this year, so they decided to withdraw the state question, he says The fight for fair maps in Oklahoma, though, is far from over the 1600 bed private prison and Cushing is closing for good course. Civic says it is closing the prison to help the Oklahoma Department of Corrections meet its budget needs. Prison employees 290 people now the state Department of Corrections says it offered to decrease beds in each of the states three private prisons to allow them all to remain open. But it says Cor Civic chose to close the prison in Cushing Course. Civic has another prison in Holden Ville. Goc says inmates in Cushing will be moved up open beds in other prisons. Core Civic says it will provide assistance to employees impacted by the closure and unpublished report from the White House Corona Virus Task Force recommends 18 states, including Oklahoma rollback, reopening measures because of surging Corona virus cases. A report dated July 14th was obtained by the center for Public Integrity, and it's not clear why the task force did not release it. Among other things, it says states and so called red zones should require residents to wear masks, clothes, bars and gyms and limits social gatherings to 10 people or fewer. And after getting complaints, Norman Police say that they've identified police officer is not wearing a mask as required by City ordinance. It says those officers have received discipline from their supervisors Governor Kevin Stitt today launched a dashboard of metrics that he says provides Oklahomans with an overview of the progress being made in making Oklahoma top 10 state and critical categories. State says it's an easy to understand scorecard. That helped state leaders monitor how we compare on the national level and make informed decisions in order to move the needle in key areas and a grisly murder and McCallister, A 30 year old woman reportedly has confessed to police. She tried to cut off the head of the man she was living with. McAllister newspaper says Crystal. Hayworth went to the Pittsburgh County Sheriff's office after the attack earlier this week covered in blood and said she planned to marry 57 year old Leonard broke shoulder, kill him and take all his property. Brooke Shoulder was found dead inside a residence from.
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"For sensitive groups, including Children, older adults and people with breathing or heart conditions. Will the body of the actress who drowned in Lake Piru has been taken to the Ventura County Medical examiner's office? Sheriff Bill Ayoub says NI Rivera's body was found just below the surface in the northern section of the lake. Yesterday. The search effort had been focused in that area. As I mentioned there's heavy brush. 15 to 20 feet in height that had grown when the lake was drier. Rivera disappeared while swimming with her son last week. Ayoub says there were no signs of foul play or suicide. Sad story. If you're a fan of Mythbusters Grant Imahara, an electrical engineer on the show he has died. The 49 year old died Monday. After a brain aneurysm. Imahara first appeared on the discovery sent Channel show in 2014 or I guess in its third season any stayed till 2014. And what it would be. You would be the two main hosts. And then it would be Grant Kari and Tory who were kind of the three. Who would I don't know if they were the junior Mythbusters on the show. And they would go improve their own myths or disprove them. Imahara also worked for nearly a decade with Lucas Films, Industrial Light and Magic and THX. He also worked on models in effect on films, including The Star Wars prequels, The Matrix Reloaded and Terminator three. Rise of the Machine Again, Grant Imahara. Dead at the age of 49. And a story that came out yesterday. Speaking of Hollywood The soap opera Bold and the Beautiful is the first U. S TV show to go back into production. But it's you know, it's a soap opera, and things can get a little. Ah. Steamy when you're being bold and beautiful, apparently and cast and crew members will be tested regularly for Cove in 19 The director is on set at all times to make sure the government and union protocols are followed, which, I guess includes your people on the set, social distancing, wearing face masks at all time with an exception of the actors who are actually filming the scene. Now during filming. This is the part I'm interested in actors will stay at least eight feet apart. Down. When you're being all steamy and bold and beautiful. How exactly do you do that from eight feet apart. Apparently, they say, camera tricks and editing. I'll be used to make them closer together. For some close ups. The husbands and wives of the actors will be enlisted in as stand ins so two characters can appear to be touching. But it's actually the legit RIA life husband and wife doing it. And I don't know if they I have no idea still remains to be seen how they plan on doing all these editing tricks but anyway, bold and beautiful, premiered in 1987 and is the most watched US produced daytime drama in the world. We'll see. All right, see if they can make it happen. We come back. We'll talk with ABC is Ryan Burrow. Oh, speaking of things happening. All right. What do you think about this one? The Washington red tails. How about the Washington Warriors? About the Washington Red Wolves. Redskins are out now The team needs a new name and a new logo. So we'll talk about all that with Ryan coming up along with traffic in your forecast on your wake up call that tax deadline you've been trying not to think about is here. If you owe more than $25,000 to the I Rs. You have a big problem. You might be thinking. I just won't file since I can't pay it And that would be a massive mistake..
'Glee' star Naya Rivera's body believed to be found in California lake
"Say the body pulled from the water of a popular lake is that of missing actress Naya Rivera Room tells more Vera, best known for her role of Santana Lopez on the Fox Siri's glee rented upon tune boat with her four year old son last Wednesday on Lake Piru, north of Los Angeles. And Ventura County. Sheriff Bill Ayoub says an exhaustive search using divers, searchers, drones, sonar, other technology. Ended when a body was discovered concealed in heavy brush in the water near the shore. On Monday morning, physical characteristics of the body clothing were confident the body we found is that of Nyah Rivera. Hey, you says what happened is unclear, but speculates she got caught in the current was able to get her son back on the boat, but not herself. Jim Roop. Los
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"Are Marge's our letter reports. Authorities confirmed they have found the body of Glee star Nev. Rivera in a southern California lake, Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayoub says Naya Rivera is four year old son said his mother had boosted him back onto the boat. After they had been swimming in Lake Piru. He turned around and saw her disappear under the water. A US district judge has ordered a new delay in federal executions. Hours before the first lethal injection was scheduled to be carried out. In Indiana. Firefighters are still battling a blaze on a Navy combat ship that injured at least 57 people and sent smoke billowing over San Diego. Stocks gave up early gains today. The S and P 500 fell 9/10 of 1%. This is AP News. Mars is about to be invaded by Planet Earth. Big time There were three countries the United States, China and the United Arab Emirates, sending unmanned spacecraft to the Red Planet beginning this week. It's a sweeping effort to find signs of ancient microscopic life while scouting out the places well for future astronauts. Somewhere, Marcia done reports on NASA's mission. Right now, Mars and Earth are on the same side of the sun. So what will happen is the spacecraft will be launching from three different countries. And going on a path that will intersect with the orbit of Mars. Washington's NFL team is shedding the Redskins name and logo after pressure from sponsors and decades of criticism that they offend Native Americans. While several names have been put forth in jest, there's no announcement yet on what the team will be called. I'm Jackie Quinn, AP News authorities confirmed they have found the body of Glee star Naya Rivera in a Southern California lake after she had disappeared from a pontoon boat she had rented with her four year old son, Rivera was 33. Hi. Margie Szaroleta with the latest Ventura County Sheriff Bill A yob says Nyah Rivera's four year old son said his mother had boosted him back onto the boat. After they had been swimming in Lake Piru. He turned around and saw her disappear under the water. The rental operator noticed the boat was overdue for return and found the boy in a life jacket on board, asleep under a towel and adult life jacket was found on the boat. Ayoub says Rivera may have gotten stuck in thick vegetation under the water that kept divers from searching the area thoroughly. We believe she was concealed within some of the the shrubbery on the floor bed of the Lake Corona virus Update. I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP News Minute while much of the nation debates the safety of requiring Children to return to school during the pandemic Some 500 kids in Detroit began summer classes. Today, protesters held up signs and tried to block buses with roadblocks to driver's quit on the spot. President Trump's doubled down on Children getting back into classrooms. Kids want to go to school. You're losing a lot of lives by Keeping things close. Arizona's reporting all time highs in Kuroda virus patients on ventilators and filling. I seeyou beds there some 930 people in intensive care, according to the state's Health department, it says hospitals are at about 90% capacity. Ajanta suspended the federal health departments rule that required women to go to a hospital or clinic in person to obtain an abortion pill during the pandemic, deeming that a substantial obstacle which is likely unconstitutional. Stocks were lower today. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News I'm Jackie Quinn, the Corona virus spikes in the United States have sparked fierce debate about whether to reopen schools. President Trump is insistent that Children returned to classrooms. He blames Democrats for raising objections. I think there's a lot of politics going along. I think they think they'll do better. If they can keep the school's closed in the election, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti says with the number of cases no tripling since April, it's not safe to send Children into crowded classrooms. We must prevent gatherings and should only open when it is safe for our students. Our staff. Our teachers and our family's. California's governor's just ordered closures remain in place.
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"Fight 24 hour news room. The body of actress Ni Rivera has been found in a lake in Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayoub says Rivera's identity was determined by the clothing on her body blow along with the physical condition and location. She was found in the North eastern portion of the lake. Near the surface of the water. Depth of the water in that area's is between 35 60 feet deep, and there's heavy brush and trees. On the lake that there. Rivera disappeared last Wednesday while swimming with her son in Lake Piru. Carson was found alone on a rented pontoon forward. Progress of a fire in Riverside County's been stopped. Cal Fire spokesman Fernando Herrera says it started in the town of Anza yesterday afternoon north of Kaweah Indian Casino on Highway 3 71 to the Mobile home Park. I have been mitigated, so things are looking really good. Right now. We're starting to move equipment a little bit closer, starting to pick up a lot of the problems, Pereira says. The fire burn well over 50 acres in less than two hours. A White House memo critical of Dr Anthony found has been leaked to the media, ABC Cecilia Vega says the memo lists times with White House officials claim the top U. S infectious disease expert was wrong about covert 19. Many of the quotes were not in their entirety or they weren't from they were from very early on in the outbreak when scientists were still learning about the virus. On top of that. Behind the scenes, the administration officials are privately referring to Fuji is Dr Gloom and Doom. One of the quotes is from the late February when found, she said there was no need to change daily life. The memo leaves out the part where found, she said things would change if community spread started. The memo also points out of time in March, when felt, she said, People should not be wearing masks. At the same time. The U. S surgeon general was also discouraging mask use. A top health official at John Hopkins University has given the country poor marks on the cove in 19 response. We've been getting conflicting messages about Out mask use at the White House level and from state governors. Dr Tom Angles be told Fox News. Americans should not accept the level of ongoing deaths in the country,.
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"To W GOP on Alexa to say Aleksa open T o p o k w T O P News on mobile on Alexa Trust authorities this morning confirmed they have, in fact fell the body of glee star Naya Rivera in a Southern California lake after she had disappeared. I'm a pontoon boat that she had rented with her four year old son. Rivera was only 33 Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayoub says. Naya Rivera is four year old son said his mother had boosted him back out to the boat. After they had been swimming in Lake Piru. He turned around and saw her disappear under the water. The rental operator noticed the boat was overdue for return and found the boy in a life jacket on board asleep under a towel. An adult life jacket was found on the boat. Ayoub says Rivera may have gotten stuck and thick vegetation under the water that kept divers from searching the area thoroughly. We believe she was concealed within some of the The shrubbery on the floor bed of the lake. I'm Margie Szaroleta Double GOP 12 42 Tuesday morning in the morning and out likely to be a very different experience. This fall is mini state sea surges in Corona virus cases Right now college is getting ready to reopen across the country, many conducting a hybrid of in person and remote learning. But paying thousands of bucks for a very different type of experience during the pandemic has many parents wondering if it's really worth it all way of CBS news business analyst Schlessinger. If it is worth it, If you're incurring a lot of debt where this is concerned, Well, I don't know if it's gonna help if you have not had your financial life impacted by the virus, but Let's just presume that you have, like half the country has essentially financially been hurt by this virus, and you were awarded a financial aid package that wasn't maybe was fine based on last year's tax return, But this year is a whole different picture. Then you go back and you actually try to negotiate. However, if you're just sort of angry, which I understand, you know. Hey, I don't want to pay the exact same amount of money for tuition. If it's all online, versus being in a classroom, I think that that's going to be a tougher road for you. I do think it's a really good time to assess what exactly you're paying for. Because of course, we know college is worth it. You know, certainly people who have college degrees Make more over their lifetimes than those who don't have college degrees. But there's a caveat. If you're making more money, and all that money is going to paying down debt because you've accumulated that to get your college degree. The equation doesn't work out quite so well. What about for families that have student loans is they're sort of a silver lining at this point. Well, the only silver lining is if you will be borrowing for this upcoming academic year, right stood for The loans that would be dispersed now, basically until the end of the second semester June of 2021. Those rates are down at historically low levels 2.75% for undergraduate borrowing, parents and plus loans. Those air 5.3% 4.3% for graduate lunch now. If you have old loans and their higher interest rates, you're kind of bummed because there's nothing to do about that with the federal government system these air federal loan rates, But if you want to refined finance with a private lender, you can certainly find lower rates. But remember, you're going to give up a lot of benefits that some of the federal loans have in terms of repayment options. That you mentioned. It's not really worth it. If you're incurring a ton of debt, how much is too much to borrow? This is amazing to me. I think it's a very good rule of thumb and it keeps people out of trouble. Mark Kantrowitz, he started the saving for college website. It's a really good website. Lots of information there. He's always said The best thing you can do is limit your borrowing to what you think your first year's salary will be. So you're going to be an engineer and you graduate from G W or something. You're going to get paid 75 or $80,000 then don't borrow more than 75 or $80,000. But let's say you're going to be a teacher and you graduate, and then your first job's going to maybe be $40,000. You shouldn't borrow more than $40,000. The key here is to try to get these loans paid off within 10 years of graduation and really a good rule of thumb for the parents do not borrow more for all of your Children. Then your annual income. So you have three kids. You guys make $100,000 together As a family. You cannot borrow $150,000 or 50 grand per kid. Keep it under your household income That should help you stay out of trouble. CBS News Business analyst feels less Inger Thie conversation with our Debbie Feinstein you're listening to one of 3.5 mandible GOP dot com. Sports at 15 and 45. Brought to you by your local Honda dealer Don't settle for less than a Honda. Warriors, red tails, red wolves or something else. The next name of Washington's NFL team, Khun Go in so many different directions. After the franchise retired, the Redskins named John Feinstein of The Washington Post tells w t O p Your team is your team. I don't think they'll change the team colors. If the team is winning, people are going to go to the stadium. People are going to die by the new gear. If the team is losing, then they're going to be very unhappy, but that has nothing to do with the name changes in the front offices. Well, don Warren's named the assistant director of pro personnel. He had played tight end for the team during their three Super Bowl winning seasons and was previously a scout for Carolina. Baseball. The Nationals, Max Scherzer through 67 pitches over four innings in an interest squad game, while manager David Martinez was impressed with his hitters at bats, and that's something that we talked about, You know, you got to take every bat like it means something right now, because you know you were hoping that the in about 30 about yourself before this thing gets started that's played the first of three exhibitions this Saturday. WN, BA mystics forward Elena Della Donne tells ESPN A panel of physicians has denied her request to opt out of the 2020 season due to medical concerns. The reigning league MVP has been living with Lyme disease for 12 years, and her personal physician said that Della Donne was at risk for contacting Cove in 19. Now, she either has to play or not get paid. Dave Preston. W T F EA SPORTS Alright, thanks. Davey has always felt 47 update on traffic and weather together one minute AWAY. News Update. 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Naya Rivera's body recovered from California lake
"Morning confirmed they have, in fact fell the body of glee star Naya Rivera in a Southern California lake after she had disappeared. I'm a pontoon boat that she had rented with her four year old son. Rivera was only 33 Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayoub says. Naya Rivera is four year old son said his mother had boosted him back out to the boat. After they had been swimming in Lake Piru. He turned around and saw her disappear under the water. The rental operator noticed the boat was overdue for return and found the boy in a life jacket on board asleep under a towel. An adult life jacket was found on the boat. Ayoub says Rivera may have gotten stuck and thick vegetation under the water that kept divers from searching the area thoroughly. We believe she was concealed within some of the The shrubbery on the floor bed of the lake. I'm Margie Szaroleta Double GOP
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"500 schoolchildren started summer classes in Detroit opponents tried to block buses, saying it wasn't safe in Oregon and 13 Mississippi counties wearing a mask will become mandatory this week. A federal judge's demanding more information about President Trump's decision to commute the prison sentence of longtime ally Roger Stone. Police in California are crediting Glee star near Rivera, with saving her son before she drowned in a lake this weekend are Margie's our letter reports, Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayoub says. Naya Rivera is four year old son said his mother had boosted him back onto the boat. After they had been swimming in Lake Piru. He turned around and saw her disappear under the water. The rental operator noticed the boat was overdue for return and found the boy in a life jacket on board asleep under a towel. The Washington Redskins are changing their name, taking out the reference to Native Americans, something that fan Brian Sheely supports. Think it's outdated. It's a stereotype that it's not necessary. Tech stocks tumbled today, dragging the NASDAQ down 2%. This is AP News. 12 people or families hurt or killed in Seattle protests over the past six weeks have filed financial claims against the city of Seattle, King County and the state of Washington. They alleged that police used excessive force or failed to secure safety. The top Navy official reveals a fire suppression system wasn't working on that massive worship that's still burning at a dock in San Diego Rear Admiral Philip Sobek says The fire started around 8 30 Sunday morning aboard the USS Bonham Rashard, triggering an explosion with gray black smoke billowing into the air. He says it began in a vehicle and equipment storage area fire was initially engaged by ship's company. And they will base San Diego activated the emergency operations Center to alert level three, says 17 sailors and at least four other suffered minor injuries like smoke inhalation. The fire is under investigation and they're monitoring air quality. I'm Julie Walker, I Jackie Quinn. AP News Corona Virus Update. I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP news Minute Summer classes for hundreds of Detroit students have opened despite protesters trying to block a bus yard, saying that in person learning is too risky. As cases of the virus continued to spread. President Trump continues pushing for the nation's Children to get back to school, and he's critical of the media reporting spikes in Corona virus cases in the Sunbelt states. It is a big factor that we do. We have a lot of cases because we have a lot of testing, but the mayor of Miami Dade County in Florida, says the rate of positive cases is over 20 85% and that's alarming. We have over 400 people and I see youse we have over 200 people in ventilators. These are all record highs for us, California's governor Gavin Newsom's expanding closures of bars and endure dining across the state. He's also ordered Jim's churches and hair salons to close in most communities. I'm Jackie Quinn. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey, did you know that The Associated Press produces news related books? Here's what's new enough coming first pet presidential dogs, cats and other critters..
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"There will be a new name for Washington's NFL squad. I'm John Doe. California shuts down indoor activities Is the state grapples with rising corona virus cases got a special report on the way What has Corona virus spending done to the budget deficit? The anxiety working moms are feeling with back to school choice is looming. I'm John Dome and Asian markets all lower after a Wall Street rally completely collapsed. Tech stocks were hit hard. It's 10 31 Top local story tonight. The historic Sea change in the culture of Washington sports Seven years ago, Daniel Snyder said he would never change the name of his pro football team. But outside business, pressured, in fact, pressured him and also inspired by the racial justice movement has pushed him to change his mind. Tonight. He's retiring the nickname and the logo. Our team coverage begins with w T O p. John Doman, who says the process will take time before we know with the new name is so now they're still the Redskins. But the team says once a new name is chosen, the Redskins name and logo will be retired. There wasn't much, said in a brief statement issued this morning just that they're working on a new name. Multiple reports say the team's working through trademark issues that prevent them from announcing a new name yet, But it's unclear what new name they might be zeroing in on whatever it is, the franchise says this new name will inspire. Our sponsors, fans and the community for the next century. John Doe manned. W GOP knows I'm Brenna Millman, the National Congress of American Indians, has made the Washington Redskins a special case. For more than 1/2 century. The group has worked to get the team to change its name, calling it a dictionary defined racial slur. Team owner George Preston Marshall chose the name in 1932 and has had the logo on their helmets with the head of an Indian chief since 1972. Since 1968. The has worked to bring an end to negative and harmful stereotype. Pipes in media and sports. In that time, the group has effort had to change of more than 2000 Indian references in sports, but more than 1000 remain brainy Millman w T. O P. NIU. He is an actuary living in Alexandria on the side. He's also a rights holder to some of the potential new names for Washington's NFL team. If the team wants to become the red Tails Red Hawks are Americans, they'll find out. One man has already trademarked the name's doing so back in 2015 earlier this year, he realized I have a lot of names on the odds board, Martin McCauley tells O ut O p. He's not trying to make money here. Instead, I could probably facilitate the name change by giving them one of mining. He says. He turned the names over for free and admitted probably lose a court battle over keeping them. But he hopes the team will take him up on his offer. And he could be part of the name change, which he supports. I think that's something the native Americans who have been trying to get this done for decades, would would think was a nice thing to do. Mike Murillo w T. O p new 10 34 and authorities tonight confirmed they have found the body of Glee star now. Vera in the southern California lake after she disappeared from a pontoon boat she'd rented with her four year old son, Rivera was 33 Ventura County Sheriff Bill A. Yob says Naya Rivera is four year old son said his mother had boosted him back out into the boat. After they had been swimming in Lake Piru. He turned around and saw her disappear under the water. The rental operator noticed the boat was overdue for return and found the boy in a life jacket on board asleep under a towel. An adult life jacket was found on the boat. Ayoub says Rivera may have gotten stuck and thick vegetation under the water that kept divers from searching the area thoroughly. We believe she was concealed within some of the The shrubbery.
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"We have people coming from other states in the country, bringing the virus Again. Travelers who do not fill out a form could face a $2000 fine and be required to attend a hearing. New York has already issued a 14 day quarantine requirement for certain out of state visitors. It's not clear how the state is making sure every traveler complies Hansi along NPR NEWS NEW YORK The House Judiciary Committee has released a transcript of its interview with the ousted US attorney for Manhattan. NPR's Ryan Lucas. Reports. Jeffrey Berman says Attorney General William Bars actions around his removal were irregular and inappropriate. Geoffrey Berman told lawmakers that Bar's original plan to replace him with someone hand picked by the attorney general was unprecedented. He also says it would have disrupted the offices ongoing investigations. Under Berman's leadership, the U. S attorney's office for the Southern District of New York has conducted several probes that touch on President Trump's orbit, including into his former fixer Michael Cohen, and his current personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani. Urban told the committee that he does not know why bar wanted him out. But he says the attorney general's quote, irregular and unexplained actions raise serious concerns for him. The Democratic led committee interviewed Berman as part of its probe into politicization at the Justice Department. Ryan Lucas. NPR NEWS Washington If Americans what the economy to recover more quickly in schools to reopen the head of the downloads, Federal Reserve Bank says they should wear a mask. Fed President Robert Kaplan, also noting from small businesses like they will not survive the Corona virus pandemic. On Wall Street. The Dow ended the session up 10 points. This is NPR. And this is Casey AR w I'm leery Perella on a Monday, July 13th A very good evening to you. Here's what's happening at 70 for state officials announced last week. As many as 8000 inmates would be released from state prisons to help slow the spread of covert 19. Many say it's a step in the right direction. Reentry into society from prisons brings a whole new set of challenges and support groups say the thousands awaiting release are going to need more help from the state. To make this transition Successful Cockney Kim is with the Bay Area Freedom Collective groups like hers, coordinate with officials to talk about who's getting out and might not have family to collect them and take them out for Neil. And I need to take him shopping for school tomorrow because people literally just have the clothes off their back. Corrections officials say they are trying to leverage state and federal resources to house people when they get out. But Kim says it's not clear where that housing will be in That shelter is only one of the many challenges of reentry take Well unemployment, for instance, I think it's difficult for everybody right now. But for people coming out of prison, we have all the added barriers of having a record and having to deal with that stigma. Officials estimate that 4800 people who could be eligible for release by the end of this month. A six day search for actress Ni Rivera at like pirou in Ventura County, came to an unfortunate end. Today. The body of the 33 year old Glee star was found floating in the lake Rivera vanished Wednesday. During a boating trip with her four year old son, who was found in the rented pontoon boat alone and wearing a life vest, and Terry County Sheriff Bill Ayoub says her son told investigators they went swimming together. It was during that time that her son described Being helped into the boat, who boosted him onto the deck from behind. He told investigators that he looked back and saw her disappear under the surface of the water. The Ventura County Medical examiner's office will perform an autopsy on Rivera's body to determine the cause of death. Sheriff Ayyoub says he believes she died by drowning and does not suspect foul play or suicide. It would be speculation to say at this point there. There are a lot of currents on the lake that appear, particularly in the afternoon. The idea, perhaps being that the boat started drifting. It was unanchored and that she mustered enough energy to get her son back onto the boat, but not enough to save herself. Rivera is best known for appearing on Fox's glee as Santana Lopez during its sixth season run. Dozens of people have been hurt his result of an explosion and fire on a ship at Naval Base. San Diego. At least five people were sent to the hospital where Admiral Philip so back said the explosion happened yesterday morning in a cargo hold, where equipment and vehicles restored and may have been caused by a change in air pressure. The fire still burning inside the ship, Celtic praised the response by sailors and firefighters. They're fighting their ship and their saving their ship and resiliency..
Los Angeles - Body Found In Search At Lake Piru Confirmed as ‘Glee’ Star Naya Rivera
"They have found the body of glee star Naya Rivera in a southern California lake after she had disappeared from a pontoon boat she'd rented with her four year old son. Rivera was 33 Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayoub says Naya Rivera is four year old son said his mother had boosted him back onto the boat after they had been swimming in Lake Piru. He turned around and saw her disappear under the water. The rental operator noticed the boat was overdue for return and found the boy in a life jacket on board, asleep under a towel and adult life jacket was found on the boat. Abe says Rivera may have gotten stuck in thick vegetation under the water that kept divers from searching the area thoroughly. We believe she was concealed within some of the the shrubbery on the floor bed of the lake. I'm Margie
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"After going missing on a Southern California lake. The remains of actress Ni Rivera are found Rivera, best known for her role of Santana Lopez on the Fox, Siri's glee, rented upon tune boat with her four year old son last Wednesday on Lake Piru. North of Los Angeles and Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayoub says an exhaustive search using divers searchers drones sonar. Other technology ended when a body was discovered concealed in heavy brush in the water near the shore. On Monday morning, physical characteristics of the body clothing were confident the body we found is that of Maya Riviera, eh? You've says what happened is unclear, but speculates she got caught in the current was able to get her son back on the boat, but not herself. Jim Roop, Los Angeles governor, Newsome has shut down most of the states indoor activities again with counties on the monetary list. We have this list fitness centres, places of worship offices for non critical sectors personal care services that includes hair salons, barbershops and indoor malls. Newsome's also imposing additional restrictions on 30 of the states. 58 counties, including Ella. Citing the rising number of people testing positive for the Corona virus. Ella USD classrooms will not open for the fall semester. Nor will San Diego County schools. No word yet from Orange County President Trump says he has a good relationship with Dr Fauci. But in Mitzi doesn't always agree with him that you haven't spoken in weeks and Trump claims vouch. He has made a lot of mistakes. Still, he says. There's no opposition research being done, and there's no Fauci versus the president scenario at all. Dylan Maxwell will not appear for her remote arraignment tomorrow in federal court in New York, The Boston Globe reports. Her attorneys filed a waiver and her plea of not guilty on six felony counts. Maxwell is charged with helping Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused underage girls. She was arrested earlier this month and Brad for New Hampshire. The stocks ended the day lower. The Dow dropped a point. NASDAQ dropped to 13 and the S and P 500 was off by 30 L. A. If you see a California Highway Patrol officer and think they aren't enjoying their career, think again, they make a difference every day, and starting pay is more than the average college grad benefits opportunities you even get paid to train. See for yourself. Go to CHP made form or dot com. New sponsored by the California Highway Patrol, ABC. Local weather sunny and hot today highs in the mid seventies along the coast into the nineties. Inland temps are dropping to the low sixties this evening, and after midnight, the clouds and fog will roll back in. Currently it's 80 degrees in Fountain Valley 82 degrees in Vernon, and it's 87 degrees in Silmara. The dialogue started here in.
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"In downtown L. A He's a remarkable historic day for native peoples. After decades of activism by native people, the Washington D. C football team says it's getting rid of its racist name and mascot. It's Monday, July 13th and this is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Sarah McCammon and I'm Elsa Chang in New Jersey. Mail in ballots can be rejected for arriving late voting rights advocates say it's a big disappointment for voters who think they're following the rules. They got the vote by mail. They filled out the vote by mail. They mailed the vote by mail ballot and then they didn't get counted and it just breaks my heart. And critics call out Fox News host Tucker Carlson after his chief writer, was revealed to a posted bigoted comments online. Listen, he's anti immigrant. He's frequently racist, he says. Despicable things about women, he says. Despicable things about Asians, he says. Despicable things about Latinas. First these headlines. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack's fear. The head of the World Health Organization is warning the covert 19 pandemic is worsening globally, and it will not be business as usual any time soon. The press briefing today, Chief Ted Ross under Nam Gabrielle, Sis said while there will be no return to the old normal for the suitable future, at least until things stabilize, we need To reach a sustainable situation where we have adequate control off this virus without shutting down our lives entirely. Gabrielle said that while many countries in Europe and Asia have brought outbreaks under control to many others are seeing virus trends moving in the wrong direction. W. H O officials also criticized political leaders for sending mixed messages. U. S military is preparing to re deploy additional service members to support the Corona virus response, NPR's Tom Bowman says More than 700 military health professionals are being dispatched from number of hot spots throughout the South and the West. The bulk of the troops, including doctors, nurses and support personnel, are heading to Texas. The first group is going to hospitals in San Antonio and Houston. With four other locations in Texas still to be determined. Meanwhile, more than 150 Air force medical personnel will head to California to help with overstretched to medical staff. Their specific locations were not immediately announced. Just last week, Texas officials reported more than 10,000 new Corona virus cases. Nearly 20% of the nation's new cases for the day and on Sunday, California officials reported some 8500 new infections with sharp increases in Los Angeles in San Francisco. Tom Bowman. NPR NEWS NPR reported in late May about the stock holdings of vice President Mike Pence's chief of staff mark Short, held up to $1.64 million individual stocks of companies related to Trump Administration's pandemic response. NPR's Tim Mak reports, a member of Congress is launching an investigation into the issue. There's new evidence that the vice president's top aide was present at Corona Virus Response meetings featuring companies who stock he held. Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi is a member of the House Oversight Committee. In a letter citing NPR's reporting, he demands to know what the office of government ethics is doing about mark shorts, apparent conflicts and whether it will refer the matter to the Justice Department. He also says the law prohibiting executive branch officials from holding stocks while participating in government decision making related to those companies. The vice president's office has maintained that short, committed no misconduct and has recused himself where appropriate. Tim Mak. NPR NEWS Washington one of the first major U. S companies the way in the second quarter earnings numbers, soft drink and snack maker Pepsico probably did better than analysts had expected. Losses in the soft drink market were offset by a boost in snack snack sales. On Wall Street. Today, the Dow was up 10 points. You're listening to NPR, and this is Casey AR W. On a Monday, July 13th and Larry Parole. Here's what's happening at 404 L A unified school district campuses will remain close when classes resume next month, Superintendent Austin Buechner said today. Health and safety of the school community is not something we can compromise, he said. When rates climbed to a seven day average of 10% positive last week, it would cause schools to become quote Petri dishes, he says. Since many kids are asymptomatic interactions with adults could affect thousands, he said. In just one district high school alone, with almost 2900 students contact with another 100,000 people outside the school environment is possible is the teachers will be given expanded training an online education and the district is working to release more detailed information about what the start of the fall semester. We'll look like a six day search for actress Naya Rivera at Lake Piru in Ventura County came to an unfortunate end today. The body of the 33 year old Glee star was not floating in the lake Rivera vanished Wednesday during a boating trip of their four year old son, who was found in the rented pontoon boat alone and wearing a life vest. Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayoub says her son told investigators they went swimming together. It was during that time that her son described Being helped into the boat, who boosted him onto the deck from behind. He told investigators that he looked back and saw her disappear under the surface of the water. The Ventura County Medical examiner's office will perform an autopsy on Rivera's body to determine the cause of death. Sheriff Ayoub says he believes she died by drowning and does not suspect foul play or suicide. Rivera, best known For appearing on Fox's glee as Santana Lopez during its sixth season run and relief program for renters struggling because of the Corona virus pandemic started taking applications this morning. The application process for the Emergency Renters Relief program will be open for five days and close at midnight this Friday, said he is expecting a huge response. And there's only so much money to go around $103 million to be exact. About 50,000 households expected to receive rent subsidies ranging from 1000 to $2000 a month that money will be paid directly to landlords to be eligible. Your household income needs to be below 80% of the city in median. The city is using money it received as part of the federal Cares Act stimulus to pay for the program. Support for NPR comes from the Lemelson Foundation, committed to improving lives through invention in the U. S, and in developing countries and working to inspire and enable the next generation.