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03:24 min | 2 years ago

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"The time is eight thirty live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. President Donald Trump's informal adviser. Roger stone is due back in federal court today as NPR's Ryan. Lucas reports stones appearance comes in the wake of a controversial social media post. Judge Amy Berman Jackson has ordered stone to appear in federal court here in Washington DC in light of a photo that stone posted to his Instagram account this week. The photo is Jackson. It includes a symbol that some say looks like crosshairs at Thursday's hearing son will have to explain why the limited gag order in the conditions of stones. Release should not be modified a revoked in light of the Instagram posts. That's Ryan Lucas reporting. The Vatican is launching a historic summit on clerical sex abuse. In the Roman Catholic church as Christopher live say reports from Rome, the pope continues to grapple with the fallout of allegations over the past year. Organizers say the goal is to get bishops on the same page when it comes to addressing the problem. Many survey. Drivers of abuse have come to Rome demanding more consequences for predator priests and bishops especially in parts of the world like Asia sub Saharan Africa and Latin America that have yet to fully address the problem for NPR news. I'm Christopher lives say in Rome. An investigation is underway into a deadly incident involving Syracuse university's basketball coach Jim boeheim police report behind struck and killed a pedestrian on the interstate highway last night, they say it was an accident. He was not speeding. This is NPR news from D news in San Francisco, I'm Brian watt. President Trump's national emergency declaration to help pay for a border wall could take millions of dollars away from the military construction project in the central valley. He weedays Tara Siler reports. Congress has already appropriated nearly eighteen million dollars to reconfigure security gates at a defense, logistics depot in Tracy. It's among the three point six billion dollars in military construction projects. The administration is aiming to axe nationally democratic congressman Josh harder represents the area and calls the emergency declaration unconstitutional. And it's also terrible just in terms of policy taking money from efforts to combat drug trafficking from efforts that still military construction projects like the train depot does not make our country safer. It does the exact opposite. The emergency declaration is facing multiple lawsuits. A spokeswoman for the Tracy military depot says the project is currently in the design phase and moving forward unless it's halted by the White House. I'm Tara Siler news. San francisco. Bike advocates are calling for two thousand more bike racks to be placed on city streets. Supervisor Rafael mandolin says the city has reserves of racks in storage that could be put to use. Brian Weeden Meyer is executive director of the SF bicycle coalition in San Francisco because of our high rate of theft blocking things. Iraq is necessary. That's not just true for people's own personal bikes. It's true for shared scooters and ductless bike share. We have the racks. Now, it's time to install them. We didn't Meyer says more racks means more people on bikes and fewer people in congestion in cars. I'm Brian watt. Katie weedy news support comes from Yosemite. Mariposa county offering adventure and captivating views a short drive away, Yosemite dot com slash winter..

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"brian weeden meyer" Discussed on KQED Radio

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03:14 min | 2 years ago

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"With more local news live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. The latest legal challenge to the Trump administration adding a citizenship question to the twenty twenty US census is wrapping up today in Maryland. NPR's Hansie lo-long says the issue will go before the US supreme court in April. The supreme court has said to your challenges to a ruling for two separate cases in New York. The cases in Maryland are unique because one of the cases alleges that administration officials were part of a conspiracy to deprive immigrants and communities of color of their constitutional rights by including a question that is expected to depress participation especially among Latinos and immigrant communities Virginia. Governor Ralph northern MS cancelling an appearance at a historically black university in Richmond. The democratic governor was supposed to attend a civil rights commemoration today. Megan Pauley with member station W C V E says the governor changed his plans amid student objections over his acknowledgement of wearing black face in the nineteen eighties. Northam had planned to attend an annual event honoring Virginia union university alumni known as the Richmond thirty four who participated in sit ins to protest segregated in the nineteen sixties. North of canceled those plans Wednesday evening following calls from the student government association to come and other time Northam has instead invited the Richmond thirty four to the governor's mansion on Friday. This is NPR news from Washington from K Kiwi news in San Francisco, I'm Brian watt. President Trump's national emergency declaration to help pay for a border wall clue take millions of dollars away from a military construction project in the central valley. He Tara Siler reports. Congress has already appropriated nearly eighteen million dollars to reconfigure security gates at a defense, logistics depot in Tracy. It's among the three point six billion dollars in military construction projects the administration is aiming to axe nationally democratic congressman Josh harder represents the area and calls the emergency declaration unconstitutional. And it's also terrible. Just in terms of politics taking money from efforts to combat. Drug trafficking efforts to still military construction projects like the Tracy depot does not make our country safer. It it does the exact opposite. The emergency declaration is facing multiple lawsuits. A spokeswoman for the Tracy military depot says the project is currently in the design phase and moving forward unless it's halted by the White House. I'm Tara Siler news. San francisco. Bike advocates are calling for two thousand more bike racks to be placed on city streets. Supervisor Rafael men Delman says the city has reserves of racks in storage, they could be put to use. Brian Weeden Meyer is executive director of the SF bicycle coalition in San Francisco because of our high rate of theft blocking things to Iraq is necessary. That's not just true for people's own personal bikes. It's true for shared scooters and dacas bike share. We have the racks. Now, it's time to install them. We didn't Meyer says more racks means more people on bikes and fewer people in congestion in cars..

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"brian weeden meyer" Discussed on KQED Radio

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02:50 min | 2 years ago

"brian weeden meyer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Military to abandon President, Nicolas Maduro and allow tons of aid to flow into Venezuela from neighboring countries the US has warned that it is prepared for anything should the military block the aid Interpal impair news Caracas in Chicago. Police say empire actor jussie smollet is now considered a suspect for filing a false. Police report is attorneys met today with prosecutors and detectives the African American actor who's gay told police in late January he was attacked and beaten by two masked men who use racial, and homophobic insults and put a noose around his neck police official says small lettuce suspected of lying. About being the victim of a hate crime. A new report from the southern poverty Law Center. Fines number of active hate groups has reached a record high with a surge in one particular category, white nationalist, Heidi by Rick keeps track of the group's for the s p l c and says the rise is closely linked to the current administration's embrace of policies considered anti immigrant this time period dovetails with Trump's campaign, and then his presidency a period that has seen a thirty percent increase in the number of these groups stocks finished modestly higher on Wall Street. You're listening to NPR news from geeky weedy news. I mean, akin there's huge untapped potential for energy just off the coast of California. And a new report says developing it could create thousands of jobs KiKi. Dee science editor. Craig Miller says it's not but wind giant floating wind turbines could technically meet all of California's electricity needs. And then some that's Cording to the report from several organization. Including Humboldt state university lead, author Mary Collins says it would help balance the needs of the state's electrical grid, we need resource diversity. So we have a lot of solar on our Greg. Well, you know, the sunsets. And offer wind is a great pair to that. Because the winds pick up while the sun is coming down Collins who heads up the Berkeley based American jobs project says the government is about to open up leasing in federal waters and full-blown wind development offshore could create more than seventeen thousand jobs by twenty forty five. She also says the floating turbans would be out of sight from shore. I'm Craig Miller. News. San francisco. Bike advocates are calling for two thousand more bike racks to be placed on city streets. Supervisor Rafael Mandal men says the city has reserves of bicycle racks in storage that could be put to use. Brian Weeden Meyer is the executive director of the bicycle coalition in San Francisco because of our high rate of theft locking things to Iraq is necessary. And that's not just true for people's own personal bikes. It's true for shared scooters and ductless bike share. We have the racks. Now, it's time to install them. Weeden? Meyer says more racks.

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03:12 min | 2 years ago

"brian weeden meyer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Paralyzed by polarity, and we become content with the vision, we've become indifferent to resentment and governing by retribution. We've gotten away from who we are. And the values that make Wisconsin, great Republican or democratic values are Wisconsin values, either defeated Scott Walker ending eight years of Republican dominance, Wisconsin politics, the GOP still controls the state legislature. But for the first time since nineteen eighty six all constitutional officers in Wisconsin are Democrats. The michigan. Uber driver has pleaded guilty to killing six people in between fair pickups in the Kalamazoo area. As WMU case, some FINA man reports the suspect entered his plea as jury selection for his trial was about to begin on Monday. Jason Dalton drove around Kalamazoo shooting people one evening three years ago after his arrest. Dalton told police that the ride hailing app had possessed him. But his lawyer recently dropped plans for an insanity defense in court Dalton sometimes appeared to smirk as he. Pleaded guilty to charge after charge of premeditated murder assault with intent to murder and felony. Use of firearms Kalamazoo county. Prosecutor Jeff getting says he met with families of the victims after the plea. They're happy with the outcome. They're grateful. That Justice has been accomplished sentencing has been set for next month for NPR news. I'm civile man in Kalamazoo on Asian stock market shares are mixed lower in Shanghai following gains. On Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrials rose ninety eight points. The NASDAQ composite index gained eighty four this is NPR news. Geico, weedy news, I'm Mina Kim. Federal judge heard opening arguments today in a lawsuit over the Trump administration's decision to add a citizenship question to the twenty two thousand census. Racquel maria. Dillon has more. The case combines lawsuits filed by the state of California, Los Angeles, schools and six cities, the plaintiffs first expert was a statistics professor who testified that a citizenship. Question would lead to an undercount of non-citizens and Latinos attorney as Rosenberg says the question would violate the constitutional requirement to count everybody and would be costly to the city of San Jose. What's at stake is share of perhaps hundreds of thousands of millions of federal dollars in federal funding department of Justice lawyers say the census can prevent an undercount by making follow up visits consulting other records. The trial is expected to last about a week. The federal judge will rule from the batch. I'm Raquel Maria. Dylan KiKi weedy news bike advocates are cheering. The completion of safety improved. On one of San Francisco's most dangerous streets city leaders today unveiled a protected bike lane and widen Crosswalks on Howard street in the city's south of market neighborhood. Brian Weeden Meyer is head of the San Francisco bicycle coalition, hopeful we're turning a page in San Francisco where we have one unified purpose. And that's the save lives and to get more protected. Bike lanes like the one Howard street built more quickly..

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"brian weeden meyer" Discussed on KQED Radio

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04:41 min | 2 years ago

"brian weeden meyer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sex and the dilemmas of parenting. It's called the longest shortest time. The podcast led to her new book, weird parenting wins and Maureen Corrigan reviews, a new feminist distortion novel called the water cure. First news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer. President Trump plans to address the nation tomorrow night, and what he calls a crisis along the US Border with Mexico. It's unclear which broadcast networks will grant him time and VR Scott Horsely reports the president also plans to travel to the southern border on Thursday. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, says the president wants to meet with those on the front lines at the border. She announced his Thursday trip by Twitter, the president's push for a multi-billion dollar border barrier is triggered a standoff with congressional Democrats leading to a partial shutdown of the federal government shutdown is now in its third week with no compromise inside. The White House has asked lawmakers for five point seven billion dollars to fund the president's border wall. Plus hundreds of millions of dollars more to pay for additional border guards detention beds and humanitarian relief recent months have seen a surge in the number of families from Central America crew. Crossing the border and seeking asylum. Scott Horsely NPR news, Washington US national security adviser, John Bolton is set. Depress Turkey looking for a short says it won't attack. Kurdish fighters in Syria. That is now said to be a condition for the withdrawal of US troops from northeastern Syria, whereas NPR's, Tom Bowman explains the US also appears to be backpedaling somewhat from earlier remarks by President Trump, but he plans to withdraw two thousand US troops from the region. Well, what officials are saying is US troops can't leave Syria right now. Isis is still a threat. There's still some areas along the Iraqi border in Syria where ISIS is still fighting very hard. US air strikes are still hitting this area in so US officials are saying that you can't leave. Now, you have to stay in complete the destruction of the caliphate. NPR's Tom Bowman US officials have said there's no fixed timetable for completing the draw down. But it said the US has not committed to remaining in Syria indefinitely. Gavin Newsom has been sworn in his California's fortieth governor democratic lawmakers chairing the governor's commitment to early childhood education, lower drug prices and working to save the environment who smell had the nation's most populous states has many people looking to see how California. Handles the challenges it faces people's lives. Freedom security the water. We drink the air, we breathe they all hang in the balance the country is watching us. The world is waiting on us and the future depends on us. And we will seize the moment to fifty one year old Newsom without mentioning Donald Trump by name made it clear he believes the administration's agenda is hostile to the states interest. House speaker Nancy Pelosi was among those in attendance for newsome's inaugural address. A second session of strong gains on Wall Street apparently prompted by renewed confidence in retail and smaller company shares the Dow was up ninety eight points to twenty three thousand five thirty one the NASDAQ rose eighty four points. This is NPR pancakey weedy news. I'm Mina Kim. Federal judge heard opening arguments today in a lawsuit over the Trump administration's decision to add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty census cake, you rock Maria Dillon has more. The case combines lawsuits filed by the state of California, Los Angeles, schools and six cities, the plaintiffs first expert was a statistics professor who testified that a citizenship. Question would lead to an undercount of non-citizens and Latinos attorney as Rosenberg says the question would violate the constitutional requirement to count everybody and would be costly to the city of San Jose. What's at stake is share of perhaps hundreds of thousands of not millions of federal dollars. A federal funding department of Justice lawyers say the census can prevent an undercount by making follow up visits and consulting other records. The trial is expected to last about a week. The federal judge will rule from the bench. I'm Racquel Maria. Dylan kick ubt news bike advocates are cheering the completion of safety improvements on one of San Francisco's most dangerous streets. City leaders today unveiled a protected bike lane and widen Crosswalks on Howard street in the city's south of market neighborhood. Brian Weeden Meyer is head of the San Francisco bicycle coalition, hopeful we're turning a page in San Francisco where we have one unified purpose. And that's the save lives and to get more protected. Bike lanes like the one in Howard street built more quickly..

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