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Remains of 6 victims found in Hawaiian helicopter crash

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:18 sec | 9 months ago

Remains of 6 victims found in Hawaiian helicopter crash

"Cruise on the Hawaiian island of Kaua WHYY are preparing to resume the search for one person still missing after a tour helicopter crashed Thursday Hawaii public radio as bill Dorman reports the remains of the six other people on board have been found as has what's left of the

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"bill dorman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:19 min | 9 months ago

"bill dorman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From NPR news in Washington DC this is weekend edition I'm this hour a look back at the viral hashtag the two thousand ten that became power social also the latest from Iran as families commemorate forty days since their loved ones were killed in protest last month Kylie reed discusses her debut novel such a fun age and the Kardashians how the family rose to power and influence the alley and Instagram they do whatever they want and I think that they have shown us the certain of course will get you just as far in culture as we used to imagine the sort of like carefully crafted narrative first our newscast it's Saturday December twenty eighth two thousand nineteen live from NPR news in Washington on Giles Snyder thirties in Hawaii say they plan to resume the search this morning for one person who remains missing following the crash of a tour helicopter yesterday officials announced they had found the remains of six people who were on board with the helicopter was reported missing quite a public radio as bill Dorman reports on the search the helicopter wreckage was found in the mountains on the west side of the island the investigation of the crash will be headed by the national transportation safety board helicopter tours are popular around the islands with tourists but a number of lawmakers have called for tighter regulation of the industry democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren is expressing support for workers forming unions and all types of fields even those who have been historically block from organizing cable from member station KQED reports on a boring campaign stop in California San Jose daycare owner rose that cat and yours is one of some forty thousand child care workers gaining bargaining rights under a new California law taking effect in January a move Warren says she supports built America's middle class unions will rebuild America's middle class but the workforce is changing and so we can't just use one model Warren says if elected shall appoint a secretary of labor who would help workers who don't.

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Hawaii skydiving plane crashes in Oahu, killing 11

The New Yorker Radio Hour

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Hawaii skydiving plane crashes in Oahu, killing 11

"Federal investigators have taken over the search for the cause of a fatal plane crash in Hawaii, as Hawaii public radio is Bill Dorman reports eleven people were killed when a skydiving plane crashed near an airfield north of Malulu, twin-engine skydiving airplane crash shortly after takeoff on what was a plan sunset parachute, jump the home Lulu fire department says there were no survivors that caused the crash remains under investigation how I public radio's Bill.

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"bill dorman" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"bill dorman" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"Well, you know, and this is a personal thing that I did in two thousand four I learned about. Airway and Jim gray. I was listening into one of his lectures at LV. I and it literally just gave me goosebumps about. How it connected so. Well, with me, so the age occasion, I got LV and Bill I tell him this all the time. He's a mentor of mine. And I know there's these clues in camps, and you know, the politics involved, which I could care less about. L V, I create an environment for me to, you know, get really high level training, and the the difficulty that we have with with dentistry is a lot of Dennis the wanna spend thirty five hundred dollars in invest in themselves. But with that said, I took a lot of courses at I'll be I'd from two thousand four to two thousand ten I still take some courses. I'm certainly not as active as I used to be going out there. But with that said, I think any new grad has the realize that dental school is is not enough for you as far as getting the proper training to do high quality dentistry. I gotta give a shout out to Bill because when you go I got out navy seven, and that was pretty much the launch of the cosmetic revolution where everybody one day. You know, we had gold crown silver, fillings, these porcelain diffuse metal, and it was really just about a handful of people onto number one was billion dollar company. Ivoclar privately held man, the CEO of IVA Claire Robert Ganley, just I he really helped build Dickerson. Bill Dickerson was the just the an amazing leader in that revolution. And then you had Bill Dorfman. And by the way, Bill Dorman builders said both went to university of California San Francisco Bill Dorman hit the Airways with the TV show. So you had the these doing all these small makeovers and build orphan was just a legend with the consumers Dickerson with a lot of help from the technology of IVA Claire launched the whole deal. Well, and I credit those three that was probably the triangle of people Ganley Dickerson Dorfman that just my God that that was a big ride for ten years. Everybody just wanted to take out those ugly, silver, fillings last thirty eight years, and our antibacterial and replace them with cheap plastic that the stretch chance can eat under all day long with no fear of some toxic metal ion killing them and their offspring. Yeah. You know? I don't know Dorfman as well. I've met him a couple of times. But certainly, you know, the recommendation really is find a mentor coming out on the clinical side and LV. I'd certainly provided that for me because you know, you have a lot of questions let the truth is this the truth is, you know, dental school. You learn how to work on teeth, but you're not a doctor of the oral cavity. And I think LV I helps you get a much better vision of the oral cavities system as opposed to just working on teeth. So would you got out of school? You're having problems. Did you ever how many times do you think you should have stayed with soccer? I mean, you played soccer in college. You play professional soccer for the San Diego soccer's. Did you ever sit there and think why am I Dennis? I should be in the World Cup. You know, what's so funny? I was making about twenty five hundred three thousand dollars. This is pre MLS and I had that. And I graduate dental school with doctor degree at four hundred thousand dollars in debt, and I'm like, wait a minute..

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"bill dorman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"bill dorman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Or surrender. They decided to assault border patrol agents. With a hail of rocks are agents responded with the least amount of force. They possibly could to protect themselves in the border and did actually secure the border in this area. Twenty-five migrants were detained customs and border protection says the incident will be reviewed by his office of professional responsibility. President Xi Jinping says Taiwan must accept that unification with mainland. China is inevitable. The BBC's John sudworth reports she made the comments in a speech marking forty years of. Improve ties between Beijing Taipei on paper. At least the message was a familiar. One president Xi Jinping spoke of unification with Taiwan as necessary to complete what he calls the historical rejuvenation of the Chinese people. And he renewed the warning that force would not be ruled out and as usual such statements were tempered by more conciliatory passages calling for example for consultation between the two sides and the promise of stronger economic ties the BBC's John sudworth police in the English city of Manchester says a twenty five year old man is being held under the mental health act after a stabbing on New Year's Eve, he's accused of stabbing. Three people at a Manchester rail station, while shouting Islamic extremists slogans two people are still in the hospital. The third a police officer who came to their aid has been released from the hospital police are treating the incident as a terrorist attack. But say it appears no one else was involved. This. This is NPR news. Rescuers in Indonesia are searching for people still missing after a landslide on Monday. At least fifteen people were killed and dozens of homes were buried on Indonesia's main island of Java, seasonal rains and high. Tides in recent days have caused dozens of landslides and widespread floods across much of the country assume NAMI last month killed at least four hundred thirty people to crew members remain missing after a fire aboard a cargo ship in the Pacific. Hawaii public radio's Bill Dorman reports on the rescue efforts. The US coast. Guard says fire broke out aboard a six hundred fifty foot car carrier, traveling from Japan to Hawaii sixteen of the twenty one crew members were rescued by commercial ships that were called to the area to help in the response. A coastguard officer says two crew members were pulled from the ocean in a quote, unresponsive state, coastguard emergency crews launched to rescue aircraft from Hawaii and a navy plane is also helping in search searching. Rescue operations, the emergency took place in a remote part of the north Pacific about two thousand miles from the island of Oahu for NPR news. I'm Bill Dorman info Lulu Senator elect Mitt Romney says President Trump has not risen to the mantle of the office in an essay published by the Washington Post, the former Republican presidential candidate said the president's words and actions have caused a smear around the world. He said, the president has appointed people of lesser experienced, a senior positions has abandoned US allies and thoughtlessly claimed the US has long been a sucker in world affairs. I'm Nora raum. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from dream wave maker of luxury massage chairs from Japan with shiatsu point detection and sixteen programmed massages, including morning night and stretch sessions retailers nationwide. More dream wave chair dot com. And the Annie E Casey foundation..

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Hawaii's Supreme Court OKs Construction Of Giant Telescope Despite Native Objections

Morning Edition

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Hawaii's Supreme Court OKs Construction Of Giant Telescope Despite Native Objections

"Getting Noord. Hawaii Supreme Court says construction of a giant telescope on the state's tallest mountain may proceed Bill Dorman with Hawaii public radio says the project has been the subject of court fights protests and years of delays opponents to the toll. Lescot projects say they'll continue to protest its construction by four to one vote. The state supreme court cleared the way for the project to go forward on Hawaii island. The telescope would be built on mount Takeo a mountain considered sacred by many native Hawaiians construction of the telescope is estimated at nearly one and a half billion dollars. Supporters say it will help scientists studying the origins of the

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"bill dorman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"bill dorman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Massachusetts residents of three communities north of Boston spent the night evacuated from their homes have to receivers of natural gas explosions. Police say they counted at least seventy of them nearly forty homes caught fire the explosions left one person dead at least ten injured. Fire officials say they still don't know what triggered them and Lawrence Andover and north Andover. Where Andrew mayor is the town manager there is a tech from Columbia gas accompanying a police officer firefighter in each of the communities going from home to home for those houses and impacted. This is NPR news from Washington. In Hawaii concerns are easing about the safety of a damn near a heavily populated area. In Honolulu has Bill Dorman with Hawaii public radio reports. Thousands of residents have been warned they might need to evacuate after heavy rains triggered rising water levels. The rains came down so fast on a wall who water was rising rapidly behind the banks of an old dam. The new one dam is made of dirt. It's been emplaced for more than one hundred years in a holds a reservoir. Some twenty one million gallons of water engineers with Honululu is board of water supply worried flash flooding would push water over the edge. The board Santana warning that ten thousand people might have to evacuate emergency crews and fire teams pumped water out of the reservoir. The rains moved off the island in the end, no one had to evacuate for NPR news. I'm Bill Dorman in Honolulu. The Senate Judiciary committee is set to vote next Thursday on President Trump's nominee to the US. Supreme court federal appeals court judge Brad Kavanagh the top democrat on the committee. California's Dianne Feinstein says she's forwarded new information on cavenaugh to the FBI. She won't say what it is other than information. She received from someone who requested confidentiality the White House calls it an eleventh-hour attempt to delay Kavanagh's confirmation Republican leaders expect ought to be confirmed by the full Senate before the end of the month. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington. I'm Judy Woodruff on the next.

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"bill dorman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"bill dorman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Bill Dorman with Hawaii public radio reporting. Authorities in Massachusetts say they counted at least seventy natural gas explosions yesterday in three towns north of Boston. They left one person dead and at least ten others injured. Fire officials say they still don't know what caused the explosions. Joseph Sullivan is police chief in the town of Methuen. When my officers arrived. They would dispatch my lines to multiple houses they triage injured people, and we do now this at least one serious injury. I'm aware of and multiple minor injuries. Fires were reported in nearly forty homes state. Police have been advising residents served by Columbia gas and Andover. Lawrence and north Andover to evacuate their homes fire official. Say it could take weeks to pinpoint the cost of those natural gas explosions stocks in Asia finished the day mixed Wall Street futures are higher this morning. This is NPR news. Members of the Senate Judiciary committee are set to vote next Thursday on President Trump's nominee to the US supreme court federal appeals court judge. Brad Kavanagh ahead of the vote. NPR's Nina totenberg says the partisan divide over Cavanaugh is widening six times that you dish committee on party line votes, refused to take steps to provide further information on cavenaugh, and why the Trump White House. He's invoking an unspecified constitutional privilege to withhold one hundred thousand documents from Kavanagh's years in the Bush, White House even emotion to subpoena. What's called a privilege, log that specifies what privilege is being invoked. And why failed on a party line vote with Democrats seeking the log and Republicans viewing it as nothing. More than a delaying tactic, Nina totenberg NPR news, Washington, the top democrat on the Senate Judiciary committee. California's Dianne Feinstein says she's forwarded new information on. Cavenaugh to the FBI. She won't say what it is other than information. She received from someone who requested confidentiality the White House calls it an eleventh-hour attempt to delay Kavanagh's confirmation. Republican leaders expect Cavanaugh to be confirmed to the nation's high court before the end of the month, California governor Jerry Brown has signed sixteen bills designed to tackle global warming. They seek to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the state, especially from cars, trucks, SUV's and buses the measures..

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Health Officials Worried About Containing Latest Ebola Outbreak

Morning Edition

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Health Officials Worried About Containing Latest Ebola Outbreak

"Happened a bowl has been spreading through an eastern region of the Democratic Republic of Congo for the last several. Weeks a now World Health officials have confirmed new cases of the disease in a town surrounded by armed insurgents NPR's marine Eisenman. Reports we'll tell officials, say this is the. Scenario they have been dreading the region where this outbreak is, percolating highly insecure at least twenty insurgent groups are. Active there frequently killing civilians and kidnapping humanitarian workers until this. Week all seventy plus confirmed cases of Ebola in this outbreak had been limited to towns and villages that health workers could get to relatively. Safely but this new patient and Two other possible cases are linked to a town called way m. that is surrounded by. A violent rebel group the world Hellenization says it was able to briefly send a team of health workers to isolate and vaccinate. People who had contact, with the infected patient. But they required an armed escort of UN peacekeepers Eisenman

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"bill dorman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"bill dorman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From NPR news. In Washington I'm Nora raum there is no clear winner in Ohio special congressional. Election. Despite President Trump congratulating the Republican ROY Alderson the race is still Still too close to, call though Baldursson leads his democratic opponent by seventeen hundred votes NPR's Joel Snyder. Has more Ohio's twelfth district is reliably Republican but balder Sens, race against democrat Danny O'Connor remains deadlocked thousands of provisional and absentee votes are outstanding in Kansas the Republican gubernatorial. Primary is, also. Too close to call this morning between incumbent governor Jeff Collier and Kansas secretary of state Chris co Bach who was endorsed by President. Trump Hector. Remains a major hurricane as it moves closer to Hawaii but forecasters say the brunt of Hector should miss the islands Bill Dorman with. Hawaii public radio has more hurricane Hector is not expected to make landfall on the big island. Of Hawaii but high surf and heavy winds are in the. Forecast, and the entire island remains under a tropical storm warning high ocean swells are. Expected to reach. As far north as the east facing, shores of Maui forecasters predict the, storm will pass, south and. West of the islands By Thursday California officials say the. Largest fire in state history is now about forty seven percent contained an improvement since yesterday it's burned more than three hundred, thousand acres, and destroyed one hundred sixteen homes I'm. Nora raum NPR news in Washington eight forty three now and, time for a listener commentary which comes our way this morning. From Mike Nolan who. Asks should children be in. The news and in what context children shouldn't be in the news unless, they've won a spelling bee or taken the state basketball championship the only time kids are in the news. Is when we as adults have failed them we failed to screen out the potential child predators from our communities.

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"Lava bomb" flies through roof of Hawaii tour boat, injuring 23

Sports Talk with Bobby Hebert

01:18 min | 2 years ago

"Lava bomb" flies through roof of Hawaii tour boat, injuring 23

"Near the shore Fisher eight one of the. Few still actively spewing lava the, Hawaii county fire department says hot lava crashed through. The roof of a tour vote sending at least three people. To the hospital and ambulances one in serious condition. With a broken leg nineteen others were, treated for less serious injuries. Including minor burns and scrapes it's the most extensive set of injuries related. To kill away of volcano since the most recent lava flows began to erupt in early may destroying. More than seven, hundred homes fire department officials say the lava ocean tours boat was. About two hundred yards offshore when an explosion began hurling hot lava rocks towards, the boat for NPR news I'm Bill Dorman. Influ a group representing business economists says it expects corporate sales to grow, over the. Next three months And it, says that in turn should boost hiring and worker wages national association for business economics in its latest survey says the tax cuts pushed through congress late last year of yet, to affect. Their plans for hiring or investment many expect. That will begin to change over, one possible concern remains Trump administration trade tariffs which. Apparently are causing some companies to lay investment sixty eight percent. Of economists surveyed say they expect sales growth at. Their companies over the next three months, futures prices.

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Puerto Rico, Representative and New York discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

02:09 min | 2 years ago

Puerto Rico, Representative and New York discussed on Morning Edition

"From npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly afghanistan's president is imposing a week long ceasefire with the taliban beginning next tuesday it will expire on june nineteenth the bbc's jill mcgivering says the halt and afghan security operations follows this week's deadly terror attack targeting a meeting of clerics in kabul nanny in afghanistan was shocked when the high profile gathering if religious scholars was hit by a suicide bombing the influential clerics just issued a fatwa condemning militant violence as unislamic president ghani ceasefire is a direct response to that edict and a way of showing respect what's less clear is whether it might also signal movement in the peace process the attack on the clerics was claimed by isis the officials in hawaii say only a few homes remain in the vacation land neighborhood after the latest lava flows from the killer way of volcano about three hundred forty homes and other buildings have been destroyed by lava on the big island and since kill away is may third eruption bill dorman with hawaii public radio says earthquakes continue to be felt as well earthquakes are nothing new for residents of the big island of hawaii many relatively small but larger ones can come with volcanic eruptions a quake with a five point four magnitude sent an ash plume ten thousand feet in the air over the summit of kilo area wall street futures are higher this morning i'm dave mattingly in washington i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york house democrats are pushing for an independent review of the federal response to hurricane maria and the damage to puerto rico last fall wnyc's washington correspondent john o'connor reports new york representative badger yano espaillat says members of congress still can't get accurate information about the number of deaths in puerto rico instead he says they have to rely on studies published in medical journals how do we government half the rely private institutions to do our job espaillat and democrats want the commission to review the entire response including difficulties restoring power.

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Volcanic lava buries two housing tracts on Hawaii's Big Island

Morning Edition

02:19 min | 2 years ago

Volcanic lava buries two housing tracts on Hawaii's Big Island

"Cloudy skies cosi today with partly cloudy to sunny skies inland breezy conditions today some patchy morning fog and drizzle in the mix too highs today low sixties near the ocean to the upper seventies emlyn that's the bay area forecast and the national weather service has sacramento we'll see mostly sunny skies today highs across the southern sacramento valley of seventy nine to eighty six more and morning edition ahead etiquette weedy traffic update as well from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly afghanistan's precedent is imposing a week long ceasefire with the taliban beginning next tuesday it will expire on june nineteenth the bbc's jill mcgivering says the halt and afghan security operations follows this week's deadly terror attack targeting a meeting of clerics in kabul in afghanistan was shocked when the high profile gathering if religious scholars was hit by a suicide bombing the influential clerics suggest issued a fatwa condemning militant violence as unislamic president gone ceasefire is a direct response to that edict and a way of showing respect what's less clear is whether it might also signal movement in the peace process the attack on the clerics was claimed by isis officials in hawaii say only a few homes remain in the vacation land neighborhood after the latest lava flows from the killer way of volcano about three hundred forty homes and other buildings have been destroyed by lava on the big island since kill away is may third eruption bill dorman with hawaii public radio says earthquakes continued to be felt as well earthquakes are nothing new for residents of the big island of hawaii many relatively small but larger ones can come with volcanic eruptions a quake with a five point four magnitude sentence ash plume ten thousand feet in the air over the summit of kilo area wall street futures are higher this morning i'm dave mattingly in washington i'm jeremy hobson last year a bike accident left daniel grossman paraplegic five months later he was back at work as an er doctor option as you are paralyzed what do you do that option b is your paralyzed let's sit and wallow in self pity and i decided prop sinead heart two of our story next time on.

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2 journalists killed in North Carolina when tree falls onto SUV

Morning Edition

02:39 min | 2 years ago

2 journalists killed in North Carolina when tree falls onto SUV

"This is npr news from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly the national weather service is issuing flash flood watches and warnings from the florida panhandle to virginia because of alburto it's now a sub tropical depression four to eight inches of rain are likely over a wide area near tryon north carolina a local tv news anchor and a photo journalists from station and south carolina were killed while covering alberto when a tree fell under their suv the ground of course he's saturated has been for a significant period of time it was a large tree it sat back off the road a good ways that's jeffrey tenant the interim fire chief in tryon he says he spoke to the two journalists minutes before they were killed the officials in hawaii say the kilowatt volcano continues to shoot ash into the air and lava into the pacific bill dorman with hawaii public radio reports kill the way it continues to erupt with plumes of acid at summit shifting winds are pushing ashen hazardous sulfur dioxide gas inland toward more populated areas about twenty miles away lava streams are pushing into the ocean but at a slower pace wafa also crossed into geothermal power plant but civil defense officials say the affected wells are stable and secured dozens of buildings including many homes have been lost lava flow since a may third eruption on the big island trading resumes today on wall street after yesterday's holiday i'm dave mattingly in washington on the next fresh air david sedaris returns.

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Besides lava and ash, Hawaii volcano is pumping out hazardous "vog"

NPR News Now

04:56 min | 2 years ago

Besides lava and ash, Hawaii volcano is pumping out hazardous "vog"

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk rain soaking the northern Gulf Coast where officials warn that Albert? Oh, could bring dangerous flooding NPR's Bill chapel reports over the next day or so, the Florida panhandle and parts of Alabama and Georgia could see from four to eight inches of rain from berto and even more in isolated cases, a Bertos winds weakened a bit to around fifty miles per hour, but National Hurricane Center meteorologist. David's Alinsky says, there's no reason to relax. The main gang we would advise people is to not pay too much attention. The maximum winds, the rainfall threat is the main thing here. So as alert of moves inland Indians to weaken, don't assume the event is over there still threat of heavy rains and flooding a bear to is the first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season, which doesn't officially start until June. First Bill chapel, NPR news, TV, news, anchor. In a photo journalist were killed Monday when a tree fell on their vehicle and North Carolina, as they reported on flooding and severe weather. Associated with subtropical storm berto the three foot diameter tree apparently loosen after the ground was saturated by a week's worth of rain. Hawaii's Kellaway of Aquino continues to shoot ash into the air and push lava into the ocean as Hawaii public radio's. Bill Dorman reports, the volcano remains active onto FRANZ kill away. It continues to erupt with plumes of Asha at its summit shifting winds or pushing ashen hazardous sulfur dioxide gas inland toward more populated areas about twenty miles away. Lava streams are pushing into the ocean, but at a slower pace waffle also crossed into geothermal power plant, but civil defense officials, say the affected wells are stable, insecure, Bill Dorman reporting from Honolulu. President Trump visited Arlington, National Cemetery, Monday to lay a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier as NPR's, Barbara, sprint reports Trump's stuck to the script after earlier sending out a boastful tweet the president addressed the families of those who have lost loved. Ones and said, our country will remember them every day, not just on Memorial Day, repaired who weeps for child to every child who mourns for a parent do every husband or wife whose heart has been torn into today. We ask to comfort your pain to ease your sorrow and to wipe away your tears. That somber tone came after the president. Stirred a bit of controversy with the self, congratulatory tone of a tweet, saying, quote, those who died for our great country would be very happy and proud at how well our country's doing today, Barbara's sprint, NPR news, Washington, a power outage at an amusement park in Ohio left writers stranded on some of its roller coasters and other rides for about two hours. A spokesman for cedar point in dusky says the park lost power Monday afternoon when the car hit utility pole. This is NPR news. Israel says there has been an exchange of gunfire on the Gaza border between Palestinian militants and has really troops as NPR's. Daniel estrin reports from Gaza City. One Palestinian was killed. The Israeli military says, its troops came under fire as they arrested two Palestinians who crossed into Israel with knives and combustible materials in response in Israeli tank fired at a militant post in Gaza the Islamist group. HAMAs said, one of its members was killed later the Israeli army reported gunfire from Gaza toward Israel. There was also violence at the border over the weekend. Israel said its troops, found a bomb on the Gaza border fence and fired into Gaza killing three Palestinians, no Israeli troops have been harmed in recent weeks. There have been protests and clashes on the Gaza border. Israeli troops have killed more than one hundred Palestinians there. Daniel estrin NPR news, Gaza City, European leaders on Monday called for new presidential election, invent. His Walea saying they will swiftly lovey a new round of sanctions. Targeting those close to President Nicolas Maduro Madero won a second six-year term may twentieth which is closest challenger called illegitimate and Venezuela's leading opposition parties boycotted as fraudulent and experimental vaccine was administered Monday to health workers and others in the area where Congo's current Ebola outbreak was first declared at the beginning of may. A dozen people have died from the disease as of Monday Congo updated that there were thirty five confirmed Ebola cases, thirteen probable and six suspected. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from Optum one company dedicated to tackling their biggest challenges in healthcare by providing innovative data driven solutions. Optum helps to improve outcomes for everyone Optum how well gets done.

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Ebola outbreak: Health workers receive experimental vaccine

NPR News Now

04:56 min | 2 years ago

Ebola outbreak: Health workers receive experimental vaccine

"Was administered Monday to health workers and others in the area where Congo's current Ebola outbreak was first declared at the beginning of may. A dozen people have died from the disease as of Monday Congo updated that there were thirty five confirmed Ebola cases, thirteen probable and six suspected. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington support for

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"bill dorman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"bill dorman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Npr news in culver city california i'm dwayne brown as he honored the nation's war dead this memorial day president trump is pursuing a possible peace mission with north korea npr's scott horsely reports trump is eager to revive a summit meeting with north korean leader kim jong un that the president abruptly cancelled just last week president trump told reporters talks aimed at rescheduling his son with kim are moving along very nicely the us has dispatched two teams to coordinate a possible meeting as early as june twelfth one group has been talking with north korean counterparts along the demilitarized zone about the substance of the summit and how far kim is willing to go in dismantling his nuclear weapons a second team travelled to singapore in an effort to hammer out some logistics the singapore team was stood up by the north koreans at what was supposed to be an earlier planning session trump says if the us is successful in ridding korea's nuclear weapons it would be great for the region and the world scott horsely npr news washington hawaii's killer whale volcano continues to shoot ash into the air as white public radio's bill dorman tells us the volcano remains active on two fronts kill away a continues to erupt with plumes of ash at its summit shifting winds are pushing ashen hazardous sulfur dioxide gas inland toward more populated areas about twenty miles away lava streams are pushing into the ocean but at a slower pace waffle also crossed into geothermal power plant but civil defense officials say the affected wells are stable and secured alberto the first named storm of the atlantic hurricane season has lost a bit of strength as it made landfall tonight on the florida panhandle with maximum sustained winds.

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George Zimmerman tells court he's $2.5 million in debt [Video]

Morning Edition

02:25 min | 2 years ago

George Zimmerman tells court he's $2.5 million in debt [Video]

"Live from npr news in washington i'm louise schiavone the trump administration is outlining some of the reasons behind the cancellation of a nuclear summit with north korea as npr sarah mccamman reports the white house says a us delegation planning the meeting was stood up by north korean officials there are several factors here a north korean official recently insulted vice president mike pence calling him a political dummy the white house says that wasn't helpful a senior white house official says an advanced team recently travelled to singapore to start planning the summit but the north korean team that was supposed to meet the group they're never showed up the white house says all of that shows up profound lack of good faith in hawaii volcano continues to send out streams of lava the volcano remains active at its summit and as hawaii public radio's bill dorman reports more lava is reaching the ocean civil defense officials are doing contingency planning in case further evacuations become necessary the marie chorus in two super stallion helicopters to the town of hilo each capable of carrying more than fifty people at a time in case roads are closed by lava as the memorial day weekend begins the forecast is for higher gasoline prices the aaa expects the average seasonal price across the us will be around three dollars a gallon a level unseen since two thousand fourteen but analysts are not expecting a dip in demand i'm louise schiavone npr news i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york good morning a haitian immigrant has the right to a bond hearing while his deportation case continues wnyc's beth fertig has more on federal judges ruling august and saggio is a legal permanent resident but the government wants to deport him over his two convictions for tampering with a metro card he was originally supposed to have a hearing in march on whether he could be released on bail or bond while his case continues but that hearing was canceled after the us supreme court found attained immigrants aren't required to have bond hearings sasha's lawyers argued his eight months detention violated due process a federal judge agreed and ordered he must have a hearing within two weeks but that ruling only applies to him meanwhile immigration and customs enforcement won't comment on pending litigation now for some oddly unsettling news if you're walking along third avenue in midtown.

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Hawaii's Kilauea volcano creates toxic stew as lava reaches Pacific

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02:00 min | 2 years ago

Hawaii's Kilauea volcano creates toxic stew as lava reaches Pacific

"Breath live from npr news emotion i'm shay stevens primaries are scheduled to be held today in arkansas georgia and kentucky while several runoffs will be held in texas and georgia to democrats are vying for the chance to become the state's first female governor the state gop juba gubernatorial primary is a three way contest meanwhile a veterans group is criticizing an ad in a kentucky democratic primary npr's quil lawrence reports that a former fighter pilot is running against the mayor of lexington the front running democrats in kentucky six district are aiming mcgrath a combat veteran and jim gray the popular mayor of lexington their politics are similar the ads haven't gone too negative than last week and add clean mcgrath only moved home to kentucky to run for congress she's lived around the country and the world serving our nation we're all grateful for that but now she's running for congress to represent the one place she's never lived here a veterans group supporting mcgrath says she you can't be criticized for twenty years away in the marine corps the great campaign says it's fair to point out she hasn't spent recent years in kentucky both campaigns now accused the other of going negative the winner will try to unseat three term republican andy barr in the fall quil lawrence npr news santa fe high school south of houston remains closed following a mass shooting there last week the seventeen rolled alleged gunman is being held on ten counts of murder and other charges school district police officer john barnes is among the thirteen people injured in the attack his condition has now been upgraded from critical stable law is pouring from killer way of volcano into the ocean off hawaii's big island as a new eruption sent another ash cloud thousands of feet into the air and hawaii public radio's bill dorman reports that it setting off a chemical reaction those lava pushes its way into the ocean it produces what scientists call lays lava combining with volcanic as one of the byproducts is hydrochloric acid another tiny pieces of glass.

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Geologists are looking for warning signs for next eruption on Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano

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Geologists are looking for warning signs for next eruption on Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano

"Live from npr news in washington i'm shay stevens investigators are still piecing together what happened at a southeast texas mass shooting yesterday morning a seventeen year old student opened fire at santa fe high school killing at least nine people and wounding at least ten others laurie johnson from houston public media tells us that the suspect is charged with capital murder authorities say the gunman used at least two firearms in the attack along with explosives flanked by senator ted cruz and other state and local officials governor greg abbott said we need to do more than just pray for the victims and their families the governor said he'll put together roundtable discussions beginning next week where we will assemble all stakeholders to begin to work immediately on swift solutions to prevent tragedies like this from ever happening again abbott mentioned the need for better background checks and mental health screenings he also urged parents to lock up their firearms for npr news i'm larry johnson in houston geologists are looking for warning signs for the next explosion on hawaii's killer way of volcano hawaii public radio's bill dorman says the eruptions are continuing and they're unpredictable the hawaiian volcano observatory says there's been an increase of lava flows on the island of hawaii seismic activity is also growing at the summit of killilea and scientists say they expected digital explosions they just can't predict when they may erupt bill dorman in honolulu the eruptions of caused nearly two dozen ground fissures and destroyed at least twentysix homes a large blasts sent some thirty thousand feet into the air on thursday the european union is fighting back against the trump administration's plans to impose sanctions on european companies doing business in iran the eu is launching its own measures to blunt the impact of the us moves and keep the nuclear deal together after washington's withdrawal teri schultz reports from brussels the.

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"bill dorman" Discussed on NPR News Now

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

"bill dorman" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Trade negotiators continued talks aimed at averting a trade war white house national economic council director larry cudlow struck a positive note in response to reporters they're meeting many of our demands there's no deal yet to be sure and has gone cry take waza process but they're coming to play believe they wanna make a deal and we will help them we will guide them towards our own ask taking some pressure off of trade relations china today dropped its antidumping probe into us sorghum imports alleviating grain price disruptions wall street closed mixed today the dow is virtually unchanged up one point at twenty four thousand seven four seven hundred fifteen the nasdaq was off twenty eight the s and p five hundred index off seven points energy shares lower as crude was down benchmark us crude oil fell twenty one cents to settle at seventy one twenty eight a barrel in new york this is npr news in washington a boeing seven thirty seven leased by cuba's state airline kubina crashed on takeoff today one hundred five people reportedly were on board the domestic flight the crash occurred at havana's jose martinez poured state media reports three people survived the crash but their condition is unknown residents near hawaii's kilowatt volcano are keeping a close eye on air quality as hawaii public radio's bill dorman reports scientists say recent explosions at the summit show the situation at the volcano remains unsettled hawaii county officials have spent lots of time lately passing out thousands of face masks the white masks are designed to block volcanic ash but are not affected against the more dangerous emissions of sulfur dioxide that gas is one component of volcanic ash but is also emitted from lava flows the more concentrated the dose the more dangerous the release scientists say further explosions that kill away.

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Two weeks on, Hawaii residents look for 'normalcy' amid ash, lava

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

Two weeks on, Hawaii residents look for 'normalcy' amid ash, lava

"Trade negotiators continued talks aimed at averting a trade war white house national economic council director larry cudlow struck a positive note in response to reporters they're meeting many of our demands there's no deal yet to be sure and has gone cry take waza process but they're coming to play believe they wanna make a deal and we will help them we will guide them towards our own ask taking some pressure off of trade relations china today dropped its antidumping probe into us sorghum imports alleviating grain price disruptions wall street closed mixed today the dow is virtually unchanged up one point at twenty four thousand seven four seven hundred fifteen the nasdaq was off twenty eight the s and p five hundred index off seven points energy shares lower as crude was down benchmark us crude oil fell twenty one cents to settle at seventy one twenty eight a barrel in new york this is npr news in washington a boeing seven thirty seven leased by cuba's state airline kubina crashed on takeoff today one hundred five people reportedly were on board the domestic flight the crash occurred at havana's jose martinez poured state media reports three people survived the crash but their condition is unknown residents near hawaii's kilowatt volcano are keeping a close eye on air quality as hawaii public radio's bill dorman reports scientists say recent explosions at the summit show the situation at the volcano remains unsettled hawaii county officials have spent lots of time lately passing out thousands of face masks the white masks are designed to block volcanic ash but are not affected against the more dangerous emissions of sulfur dioxide that gas is one component of volcanic ash but is also emitted from lava flows the more concentrated the dose the more dangerous the release scientists say further explosions that kill away.

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"To the us as quote animals california governor jerry brown responded on twitter he says the president is quote lying on immigration lying about crime and lying about california laws former secretary of state rex tillerson spoke to the graduating class of the virginia military institute on wednesday he seemed to make an implied criticism of president trump who fired tillerson in march if our leaders seek to conceal the truth or really people become accepting of alternative realities that are no longer grounded in facts than we as american citizens are on a pathway due relinquishing our freedom tillerson who hasn't appeared a great deal in public recently didn't mention the president by name tillerson was asked to give the commencement speech before trump fired him geologists in hawaii say the killer way of volcano is spewing ash but less so than previously away you public radio's bill dorman reports on the latest volcanic activity on the big island volcanic ash is still belching from the summit of kilowatt volcano but the pace has slowed the volume of ash being blown into neighboring areas has declined earthquakes are still rumbling through the crater area including one with a magnitude of four point two some twenty five miles away lava continues to splatter through a series of cracks in the earth the hawaiian volcano observatory says low level eruption of lava continues from multiple points residents are still on alert for changes in what remains a volatile situation for npr news i'm bill dorman in honolulu this is npr this is wnyc i'm shumita basu in new york on capitol hill some new york and new jersey republicans are trying to force a vote on immigration bills despite objections from their leaders wnyc washington correspondent john o'connor reports representative chris.

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"Does not believe it should have been used well cannock activity continues on hawaii's big island although experts say the amount of ashby going into the atmosphere is diminishing but scientists are closely monitoring to areas for the next developments as what you public radio spill dorm explains volcanic ash is still belching from the summit of kilowatt volcano but the pace has slowed and the volume of ashby blown into neighboring areas has declined earthquakes still rumbling through the crater area including one with a magnitude of four point two some twenty five miles away lava continues to spattered through a series of cracks in the earth the hawaiian volcano observatory says low level eruption of lava continues from multiple points residents are still on alert for changes in what remains volatile situation for npr news i'm bill dorman in lulu on stock markets in asia shares are mixed lower in shanghai following gains on wall street this is npr news the us senate has voted to reverse the federal communication commission planned to deregulate the internet starting next month some republicans joined democrats narrowly approved the resolution to retain obama era net neutrality rules the vote was fifty two to forty seven the measure goes to the us house where republicans say will not be brought up for vote some democrats say the issue could energize young voters come fall in the european union leaders are trying to reach a consensus on a response to new us tariffs and us threats to sanction companies doing business with iran and npr psoriasis are haughty nelson reports the us president used the summit to lash out at trump calling him selfish and capricious the harsh speech by e donald took reflects european bewilderment about president trump's recent actions with like.

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"Possible suspect but that no scenario is being ruled out the hawaiian volcano observatory says nash plume from kilowatt volcano summit crater has risen as high as twelve thousand feet above sea level and new fishers are adding to the number of ground cracks spewing lava and toxic gas hawaii public radio's bill dorman has more kill away volcano is still sending out wada and volcanic ash the hawaiian volcano observatory reports the most active lava flow is slowly making its way toward the ocean but is not threatening any homes a rhodes the total number of fissures continues to climb now being counted in the twenties the state health department warns of continuing hazardous emissions of sulfur dioxide escaping for many of those fissures at the summit the national weather service reports of burst of volcanic ash which is expected to blow across several communities but not cause immediate danger for npr news i'm bill dorman in honolulu this is npr news unofficial results shown that pennsylvania's lieutenant governor mike stack has lost his seat in a five way democratic primary contest according to ap john fetterman a former state senator has won the democratic race to become incumbent governor tom wolf's running mate in november the two men have had a strained relationship in the past last year wolf ordered an investigation into stacks treatment of state workers meanwhile state senator scott wagner has won the republican primary try to unseat wolf in the fall primaries also were held in nebraska idaho and oregon on tuesday british french german iranian foreign ministers are trying to salvage the iranian nuclear agreement after president trump's decision to pull the us out of it from brussels teri schultz reports it's a gamble for the european union in quitting the iran nuclear deal president trump said he'll also reimpose sanctions on companies doing business with tehran instead of backing down in the face of that threat eu foreign policy.

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"Our news gaza city of federal judge says special counsel robert muller was within his authority when he brought charges against trump campaign chairman paul manafort today's decision is a setback for manafort in his defense against charges including money laundering false statements acting as an unregistered foreign agent manafort argued muller exceeded his thority because the case was unrelated to russia's interference in the two thousand sixteen elections a strengthening economy has us homebuilders more confident about sales prospects the national association of home builders wells fargo builder sentiment index rose two points this month ending a fourmonth slide for builders wall street lower by the closing bell the dow down one hundred ninety three points the smp are the nasdaq down fifty nine the s and p five hundred down eighteen points asian markets are trading lower at this hour the nikkei the main market in japan down about three tenths of a percent you're listening to npr news from wash washington on parts of hawaii's big island the forecast today includes the possibility of volcanic ash as a what you public radio's bill dorman reports just one of the developments that residents are dealing with the hawaiian volcano observatory says a driven explosion at the holy crater remains a possibility but scientists say the summit areas currently acting as an open vince system and excessive pressure is not building up at the top of the volcano bill dorman reporting a painting of henrietta lacks is the latest addition to the national portrait gallery in washington dc her cells help transform medical science with neither her knowledge nor her consent as npr's neta ulaby reports her story was told enough as selling book and a film that helped inspire the painting henrietta lacks is shown in a cherry red dress from the nineteen fifties that's when she died of cancer her cells have helped cancer patients going through chemotherapy and people with the seizes ranging from polio hiv lexus grandson offered lex carter came to the museum and was thrilled by the recognition this is a great honor for her to be hanging here with so many prestigious people lax's portrait hangs not far from presidents but museum curator said it's an honor to acknowledge a person whose life profoundly changed science and conversations about medical ethics netted lippi npr news.

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"Of dollars of surplus equipment is going to our police departments in other news scientists are keeping a close watch for any new activity at hawaii's kilowatt volcano hawaii public radio is bill dorman reports have all cain of still has two active sites and an uncertain future wofford is still working its way down through cracks in the earth coming from the killer way of volcano on the big island of hawaii some of those fissures are spewing high levels of sulfur dioxide gas the holy fire department warned residents near poona gardens the air quality is condition red posing an immediate danger to health that area has already been evacuated but authorities continue to caution residents nearby to be aware of gas emissions the summit of killer whale also remains active but scientists say it's unclear whether a major explosion we'll take a place for npr news i'm bill dorman in lulu this is npr news from k q e d news i'm brian watt a fairfield father is being held on five million dollars bail after being charged for allegedly torturing ten children over many years the children's mother was arrested in march after police say they found piles of clutter garbage and feces on the floor inside the family home police spokesman greg hurlbert says information from the children led to the father's arrest last friday sounds like they've just had a horrific time so far in life it always worries you as a as a parent or grandparent or even just a human being think of all the things that you don't know what's going on the man has pleaded not guilty to nine counts of felony child abuse seven counts of torture there's been a dramatic increase in coal shipments through richmond recently city officials are responding to concerns over the environmental and health impacts cake you dan brekke reports the privately owned levin richmond terminal acknowledges that coal shipments through its facility tripled last year cole arrives and uncovered rail cars and is stored in the open air before it's loaded onto ships community and environmental groups have expressed concern about potential health hazards posed by dust from the shipments richmond mayor tom but is proposing an ordinance aimed at controlling dust levels near the terminal by limiting outdoor handling of coal and other fuels it essentially requires closed storage and close transfer of coal or petroleum coke but says he'll introduce the.

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Ash threatens Hawaii communities after volcano explosions

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

Ash threatens Hawaii communities after volcano explosions

"Statement proposed by kuwait that culture an independent investigation into the violence for npr news zillow in new york be fighting being reported today in the western afghan city of fara near the iranian border one local official says dozens of security forces are dead or wounded after taliban fighters launched attacks from multiple directions scientists keeping a close watch for any new activity at hawaii's kellaway volcano hawaii public radio's bill dorman reports for canes still has two active sites and an uncertain future scientists are still concerned about falling levels of lava in kilowatt is holly ma ma crater if lava hits the water table steam driven explosions may follow sending rocks and ash from the summit but the hawaiian volcano observatory says the summit appears to be venting gas and not building up pressure lava from killa way has destroyed about two dozen homes and officials warned there could be more evacuations this is npr news missouri governor air crichton's claiming victory after prosecutors dropped a felony invasion of privacy charge against him prosecutors dropped the false charges against me this is a great victory and it has been a longtime coming prosecutors in saint louis route to charge over whether an attorney involved had to testify under oath however prosecutors worn they still plan to pursue the church through a special prosecutor writing still faces an unrelated felony charge of computer tampering and missouri's general assembly is to convene a special session on friday to consider impeachment tax income from california's recreational cannabis industry total nearly sixty one million dollars in the first quarter of this year that's on top of what cities and counties collect but well they revenue stream is filling state and local treasuries daniel carson reports at shop owners say the taxes are also hurting the legal bear wanna marketplace legal marijuana businesses complain product sold and underground shops can't be cheaper because no.

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KQED Radio

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"bill dorman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For npr news i'm bill dorman in honolulu four states are set to hold primaries today pennsylvania voters will decide the fate of president trump's pick for us senate using a congressional map that was drawn just three months ago in idaho three republicans are seeking their party's nomination for governor oregon's gubernatorial race has ten republican candidates and in omaha nebraska area to liberals vying for an open house seat this is npr news prosecutors in saint louis have dropped a felony invasion of privacy charge against governor erect crichton's the first term republican is still facing charges of disclosing donor list from saint louis base veterans charity that he founded but no trial date has yet been set for that case meanwhile resort gop legislative leaders are still urging brightens to resign they plan to open a special session this week to begin considering whether the governor should be impeached the world health organization is releasing plan to help eliminate trans fats from the global food supply over the next five years npr's alison all reports the trans fats are found in processed snacks and baked goods around the globe there's far less trans fat in the food supply compared to a decade ago in the us the fda has nudged food companies to remove them and replace them with healthier oils many other countries have cracked down to but globally according to the w e h o trans fats are contributing to the deaths of more than five hundred thousand people worldwide each year who have cardiovascular disease trans fats boost levels of bad cholesterol and increase the risk of heart disease the who does not have the power to ban trans fats but already major food companies have signaled support for a plan to nudge them out of the food supply allison aubrey npr news on stock markets in asia shares are mostly lower in shanghai on concerns about trade tensions between the united states and china stocks closed slightly higher on wall street i'm shay stevens npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include visit saint pete clearwater with miles of white sand beaches on florida's gulf coast and artistic draws including dolly do shop at saint pete's dali museum through may twenty.

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ISIS reportedly claims responsibility for deadly Paris stabbing

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02:00 min | 2 years ago

ISIS reportedly claims responsibility for deadly Paris stabbing

"Live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst the paris prosecutor says the stabbing attack in paris tonight they killed one person and wounded several others is being investigated as a terrorist incident the prosecutor says the man yelled allahu akbar as he allegedly stabbed five people police then shot and killed him president emmanuel macron says france will not see to enemies of freedom meanwhile the associated press is reporting that the islamic state group news agency claims the attacker is one of its soldiers so far police have no motive for the attack on the big island of hawaii the kilowatt volcano has produced another fisher as a wii public radio's bill dorman reports scientists are monitoring the lava flow and local authorities are preparing for what may come next is national guard is prepared to evacuate as many as two thousand residents near the kilowatt volcano if they need to so far residents in the lower puna district of the big island of hawaii are being advised to be on alert for possible gay emissions in volcanic eruptions the hawaiian volcano observatory says continuing earthquakes and additional outbreaks of lava are possible scientists say an explosive eruption at the summit of kill away also remains a possibility that could produce ash plumes and debris potentially affecting areas as twelve miles from the crater for npr news i'm bill dorman in honolulu and italian court has ruled that media tycoon silvio biddle schooner can run again for prime minister five years after tax fraud conviction and fair silvio fa jolie reports the ruling could affect the outcome of negotiations that are underway to form a government coalition of populist parties the court overseeing the application of sentences ruled that bit loose goni six year public office bag can be lifted one year early thanks to good conduct the fourtimes prime minister's conviction of tax fraud in two thousand thirteen triggered his expulsion from the senate and a ban on holding.

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Hawaii officials hope Kilauea volcano eruption won't deter travelers

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Hawaii officials hope Kilauea volcano eruption won't deter travelers

"Of hawaii hawaii public radio's bill dorman reports on the move requested by hawaii governor david ige federal disaster aid will soon be coming to the big island of hawaii the disaster declaration means funds will be added to state and local efforts already underway to deal with the activity at kill away of volcano most of hawaii volcanoes national park remains closed park officials are taking a cautious approach is scientists warn that lava combined with groundwater may lead to a steam explosion at away his summit but state and local tourism officials are stressing that the vast majority of the island of hawaii remains open for visitors for npr news i'm bill dorman in honolulu and you're listening to npr.

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"Pushing the most sweeping action in history to lower the price of prescription drugs for the american people trump says his administration is also increasing competition and eliminating regulatory burdens to get prescription medications to the market faster officials say most of the measures could take months even years to put in place the white house is taking some heat for not condemning callous remark allegedly made by communications eight mocking cancer stricken us senator john mccain npr's aisha rosco has more white house communications a kelly sadler is alleged to have said senator mccain's criticism of the nominee for cia director does not matter because quote he's dying anyway mccain is undergoing treatment for an aggressive form of brain cancer white house spokeswoman sarah sanders says she won't respond to the report comment validate a leak one way or the other out of an internal staff me sanders did confirm the accused aid is still employed by the white house trump had harsh words for mccain during the two thousand sixteen campaign and mccain has been outspoken in his criticism of the trump administration aisha roscoe npr news the white house president trump is officially declared that a major disaster exists on hawaii's main island bill dorman of hawaii public radio reports at the move frees up emergency funding to help the state cope with an ongoing volcanic eruption federal disaster aid will soon be coming to the big island of hawaii the disaster declaration means funds will be added to state and local efforts already underway to deal with the activity at kill away of akebono most of hawaii volcanoes national park remains closed pork officials are taking a cautious approach is scientists warned that lava combined with groundwater may lead to a steam explode away as summit but state and local tourism officials are stressing that the vast majority of the island of hawaii remains open for visitors for npr news i'm bill dorman in honolulu water regulators in western kenya say the earth and damned the gateway this week was illegal and others there must be drained immediately at least forty five people were killed and dozens more remain missing and so long about one hundred and twenty miles north west of nairobi farmers say heavy rain caused the disaster.

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"Eighty most of volcanoes national park is closed that's concerned that a volcanic eruption on the big island could worsen as what you public radio's bill dorman reports it's a cautious approach to dealing with the uncertainty of the situation kill away volcano could be headed for an explosion but the timing and extent of any eruption remain uncertain the main concern the volcano summit where a lake of lava is dropping as it drains out to fifteen fishers when lava sinks to the level of the water table scientists say that will cause a steam explosion sending ashen rock into the air governor david ige as asking federal government for financial help he sent president trump requested clear the state a disaster area because of the spike in volcanic activity in a continuing series of earthquakes for npr news i'm bill dorman in wanna lulu on wall street stocks closed generally higher today with health's kale shares among the gainers the dow jones industrials rose ninety one points this is npr news faithbased adoption groups in oklahoma can refused to police chiltern with perspective parents who are lesbian gay bisexual transgender governor mary fallon has signed the measure which gave rights advocates say allows discrimination supporters say the new law protects the rights of proves with religious moral opposition to placing children in lgbt homes being while governor fallon has also vetoed a measure that would've allowed prison sentences of life with no parole for juvenile offenders the us embassy in jerusalem opens officially on monday and npr's michele keleman reports that the trump administration is expecting about eight hundred guests to attend a ceremony marking that occasion ambassador david freedman and top aides will start working in jerusalem next week deputy secretary of state john sullivan is leading a u s delegation that will also include president trump's daughter ivanka and son in law jared kushner officials say they don't expect any members of the us delegation to meet palestinians during their.

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President, David Ige and Lake Of Lava discussed on NPR News Now

"Said protests next week as the us opens its embassy to israel in jerusalem would send a message to president trump that jerusalem is quote an arab islamic city and will not change its identity another hamas leader has suggested masses of palestinians next week could storm the border fence and stream into israel daniel estrin npr news gaza city the taliban or being blamed for today's deadly attacks in western afghanistan more than thirty police officers were killed in one salt taliban fighters stormed a police base fighting has intensified since the taliban announced the start of their annual spring offensive last month on wall street the dow was up ninety one points the nasdaq down to this is npr news the world health organization says it's working to ship a bulla vaccine's as quickly as possible to the democratic republic of congo at least thirty two confirmed and suspected cases of ebola have been reported there eighteen people have died most of hawaii's volcanoes national park is closed today as hawaii public radio's bill dorman reports park officials are taking a cautious approach with the uncertainty of the parks most active volcano slowing through sick louisville kaneohe could be headed for an explosion but the timing and extent of any eruption remain uncertain the main concern the volcano summit where lake of lava is dropping as it drains out to fifteen fishers when lava sinks to the level of the water table scientists say that will cause a steam explosion sending ashen rock into the air governor david ige as asking federal government for financial help he sent president trump requested clear the state a disaster area.

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"bill dorman" Discussed on NPR News Now

"After the attack or fakes and slam the volunteer rescue group the white helmets it's a farce a primitive play just attacked the syrian army assad said the white home it's he said are funded by the british foreign office he said the west is making up narratives to destabilize syria he also ridiculed president trump for declaring mission accomplished after bombing syria following the suspected chemical attack i said said the only mission that's been accomplished is the destruction of syria for npr news i'm joanna kakissis in athens this is npr scientists in hawaii are warning the kilowatt volcano may be approaching another level of concern as hawaii public radio's bill dorman reports the caution is leading to new restrictions most of hawaii's volcanoes national park will be closed on friday park officials say they are taking the step as a precaution the concern centres on the dropping levels of a lawful lake at the summit of killawala as that lava moves out to the fishers that have poked through the earth's surface in recent days scientists say the danger level will rise if the lava drops to the level of the water table that could lead to steam explosions pushing ashen boulders into the air park officials say they will reopen only when it is safe to do so for npr news i'm bill dorman in honolulu malaysia is going to get a new prime minister following the surprising results of national elections opposition parties won the majority of seats in the malaysian parliament and former authoritarian leader matia mohamed is expected to be.

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