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"Camilla Domino Ski NPR NEWS This is NPR. In northern Afghanistan, police say At least seven people are dead after a mortar shell hit a wedding ceremony. The Taliban and police are blaming each other for shelling that hit a civilian home. In Canada. Investigators are working to identify the remains of more than 200 native Children found buried at the site of a former residential school in British Columbia. And Carpentier, Chuck reports the school's started operating in the late 18 hundreds to assimilate native Children into White society. The remains were discovered a week ago with the use of ground penetrating radar. Native leaders in British Columbia are making plans to identify and return home the remains of 215 Children found at the site. Se to help bring peace to their families. A candlelight vigil was held overnight in a local artist place 215 pairs of Children's shoes on the steps of the Vancouver Art Gallery. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said it was a painful reminder of a dark and shameful chapter in Canada's history. Residential schools operated from the late 18 hundreds to the mid 19 hundreds across Canada. Native Children were forced to attend the schools that were paid for by the government and run by churches. Thousands were abused. For NPR news. I'm Dan Carp in Chuck in Toronto. To record breaking climbers have now returned from the summit of Mount Everest. 75 year old Arthur Muir is the oldest American to scale the mountain. Hongkong's Sung Yeon Hyung is the fastest female.
Chip Shortage Forces More Production Cuts by GM, Ford
"Plants across North America are on pause as companies like General Motors and Ford deal with ongoing shortages of computer chips and other supplies. MPR's Camilla Domino Ski has been following the story and joins us now. Hey, Camilla! I also so what exactly is the problem facing these plants? All the single biggest problem is a shortage of computer chips. The companies that make semiconductors just couldn't keep pace with how quickly demand for cars came back from pandemic clothes. And there are AH lot of computer chips in modern cars. They're tucked in everything from engines to the seats. That's how they can tell if you're sitting in them. So you now have plants shutting down for days to weeks. General Motors just announced to more plants that are going on pause. Ford has four down right now and even plants that are still open. You know, most major automakers have had to cut production somewhere. Wow. Well, So
Biden Administration Wants Electric Vehicles To Replace Gas Guzzlers
"President biden's administration has ideas to get gas powered cars off the road. The government could pay people scrambled vehicles. This happened during the great recession. And a program called cash for clunkers. npr's camilla domino reports. President biden has embraced senator. Chuck schumer's idea to pay people to turn in gas cars and by electric ones like cash for clunkers battery powered edition and when josh lynn. I heard about it. He was surprised. I thought all the research including my own had sort of killed the comeback. He's a professor at the university of maryland. And he's one of many economists who found out that the original cash for clunkers just wasn't that effective it was supposed to be an economic boost for auto companies and in eco friendly initiative to get rid of old cars with gas mileage. Every check sent a clunker the crusher and a customer dealership floors. At least theoretically in fact it did cut emissions a little but despite spending billions of dollars in overall didn't affect total new vehicle sales all that much many people who participated in the program probably would have bought a new vehicle anyway so not much bang for the tax payers buck and that's the big concern about trying this tactic again that it just won't do very much in which case why spend hundreds of billions of dollars on it unique. Consider if the money can be used for something else sebestyen custody. Janos is the lead researcher at the new urban mobility alliance. He says why not send that cash to public transit or bikes on the other hand. Maybe a cash for clunkers approach could be improved by giving it a laser focus on getting rid of the cars that pollute the most in california's san joaquin valley. Air quality is a huge problem so the valley air district is trying to get the oldest polluting vehicles off the road. Drome mayfield use to drive one of those eighty nine chevy truck old truck. It was raggedy hog. It often needed a jump and no it did not pass california's smog. Tests but after twenty five years it's still ran mayfield's feels heard about the program writing big checks to get low income drivers to chuckled clunkers. Like that truck. So he gave it a look. He says his truck was actually smoking. A little when he drove up to find out more there that they will give me nine thousand five hundred dollars toward the down payment electric car. And i said why mayfield hadn't ever thought about electric cars. Let alone thought he could afford one. But a subsidy like that meet a used nissan leaf not just affordable but irresistible are got and they were driving so good passing a barbeque gas as you. I didn't have to put the oil in and used charge back a cellphone. So happy getting mayfield. Out of his raggedy old truck was a big upgrade to his life. Having a reliable vehicle is huge and his part of the local pollution. Problem went from significant zilch five years later. That leaf is still zipping. That thing is a jet. The pilot program in the san joaquin valley was so successful that it was expanded and lynn economist says focusing on the cars that pollute the most could make a national program more effective at fighting climate. Change to yes he says. The original cash for clunkers was not an efficient use of money but instead of giving up on it maybe we can learn from it. Camilo domino npr news.
Saudis Take Charge of Oil Market With Surprise Output Cut
"Cutting its oil production by million barrels per day as the state of the global economy remains tenuous most other members of opec will keep their production stable. More from npr's camilla domino. Some oil producing states are eager to boost their oil output as they hope vaccines will eventually restore oil demand but saudi arabia. The leader of opec is worried about pumping too much oil too soon. So the saudis announced a surprise cut which will reduce saudi revenue but prop up oil prices overall. Here's saudi energy minister prince abdulaziz bin. Someone tweak other cartel members will hold production steady while opec ally. Russia will increase output slightly. Us producers who do not participate in opec cuts will benefit from the saudis pushing prices up already. Us crude prices hit fifty dollars for the first time. Since february camilo domino's npr news wall street. The dow is up
Nissan pulls out of Trump emissions fight with California
"Is dropping public support for the trump administration's fuel economy rollbacks. Npr's camilla domino ski reports. It's the second auto manufacturer to make the move before. President-elect biden takes office and pushes for more stringent standards when president trump eased vehicle efficiency standards. He also declared that california could no longer said its own stricter requirements that triggered a legal battle. That is divided the car industry automakers like ford and honda backed california's right to set. More environmentally conscious rules but more companies including gm nissan. Toyota supported the white house. Because it's easier to deal with one. Standard and several now. Nissan and gm have dropped their support for trump's position. A nissan spokesman said the company is confident that the auto industry the biden administration and california can agree on a common sense set of standards to increase efficiency commute on ascii. Npr news
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"To me, it's very significant pains does have critics like Daniel Jones. He was the chief investigator on the Senate Intelligence Committee Back in 2014 when it was looking into the CIA's interrogation of terror suspects. CIA staffers were accused of breaking into the committee's computers. Pains Letter Review Board that said No one at the CIA should be disciplined. Jones says This deserves further scrutiny when Haines has their Senate confirmation hearing, I think she she really lacked the leadership in this case, and I think the Senate needs to push her on it, and I think we need to learn more about that Accountability Board Review and her role in it. Haines has kept a low profile during her time in government, but did speak when by nominated her last week, Mr President elect You know that I have never shied away from speaking truth to power. That will be my charge as director of national intelligence for someone who spent her formative years as a bit of a hipster. In an outsider off real Haynes is now becoming the ultimate insider. Greg Meyer E NPR NEWS Washington OPEC has a big decision to make. The powerful Saudi led cartel of oil producing nations had been planning to pump more oil starting in January. But now OPEC is having second thoughts. NPR's Camilla Domino ski reports. This spring. The corona virus pandemic caused an unprecedented drop in oil demand. So crude prices fell off a cliff. Oh, pack responded with its largest ever cuts oil production to prop up prices up and it worked. Now the cartel face is a big decision Is oil production ready to start A return to normal or are those cuts still needed? Opulent guitar opened today's OPEC meeting on a cautionary note. The pandemic continue to rage, with cases soaring in many regions around the world. A tar is the Algerian minister of energy and the president of the OPEC conference. He emphasized that the pandemic is far from over. Effective vaccines will encourage people to resume travel and push oil demand up, but deployment of vaccines will take time. Its effect we likely begin Toby significantly, a parent in the second half of 2021. Oil prices have been rising over the last few weeks because vaccine news is raising hopes that demand will pick up But if OPEC raises production before demand has actually recovered, all that recent price growth could be wiped out already will go down. There will be a big disappointment. Beyond our tune. Hogan is the head of oil markets at Rice that energy, he says. Most analysts think extending current cuts for three months is the path of least resistance for OPEC. But surprisingly, the meeting on Monday adjourned with no decision at all, which then signal that deliberations on negotiation. Were a bit more difficult than they probably would like them to be. Some members of OPEC badly want to raise production because their national budgets are hurting and in a constant OPEC headache, every member wants to make sure that nobody else is cheating. Member countries will gather on Tuesday to negotiate some more as well. OPEC allies like Russia, who need to approve an ideal, all these oil ministers used to fly on fuel guzzling planes to meet in Vienna. But this year like a lot of us, they're dialing into video chats. Camilla dominates key NPR.
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"Is working to push more auntie gin test out to identify asymptomatic spread when it occurs. Michigan is reporting more than 103,000 Corona. Virus cases in more than 6500 deaths for NPR news. I'm Eli Newman in Detroit President Donald Trump is making the most of his incumbency Azi jockeys for any advantage over Democratic rival Joe Biden. Trump traveling to the battleground state of North Carolina to today to appear aboard the battleship USS North Carolina and declare the port city of Wilmington, the nation's first World War, two Heritage City. President Mike Pence visits Raleigh tomorrow. Those was it's coming just before the mailing of absentee ballots to voters in the state on Friday. United Airlines is furloughing more than 16,000 workers as the ongoing pandemic continues to devastate. The airline industry company says federal intervention could help save those jobs more NPR's Camilla Domino ski Fewer planes are flying. Those that do take off are emptier. All told, United revenues are down more than 87%. So, like other major airlines, it's bracing for lay offs between voluntary departures and involuntary furloughs. United will reduce its workforce by a quarter. These furloughs are indefinite, with no timeline for when anyone would be hired back. The airline says, quote. We don't expect demand to return to anything resembling normal until there is a widely available treatment or vaccine. United Airlines is also asking employees to lobby Congress for an extension to a program that supported the industry this summer and could postpone these furloughs thie indefinite furloughs will start October 1st. Camilla Domino. Ski. NPR news report on private sector jobs creation in August shows US Cos We're hiring a modest pace, though the current rate will be quite some time for the large pool of unemployed people shows significant signs of declining Payroll processor. ADP says it's figures show private sector companies adding 428,000 jobs in August Stocks gained ground on Wall Street. Today, the Dow is up 454 points. You're listening to NPR live from Kiki Dee News. I'm Marquel Maria Dylan, A San Leandro police officer has been charged with felony voluntary manslaughter in the shooting death of Steven Taylor at a Wal Mart store in April, reads Terra Siler reports in charging officer Jason Fletcher. Prosecutors concluded that Taylor pose no threat of imminent deadly force. For serious bodily injury to Fletcher or anyone else in the store. In a statement, Alameda County D A. Nancy O'Malley said Taylor, who had a bat in his hand, was clearly in shock after being tased twice. He was stumbling forward with the bat pointed toward the ground when Fletcher shot him in the chest. The D A considered California's new use of force law that states law enforcement can on ly use deadly force when necessary rather than just reasonable. In a statement, San Leandro police chief Jeff Tutor said he understood the loss of Steven Taylor has deeply affected the community and that the judicial process must be allowed to take its course. I'm terrorist. Siler City News. Governor Gavin Newsom announced today a 23% decline in both cove in 19 related hospitalizations and in I C U patient admissions over the past two weeks, progress Nice to use progress. Hospitalizations, riel progress. We're seeing in sort of stability with our positivity rape. The statewide positivity rate also fell this week to 5%. That means of all the tests administered in the state just over 5% came back Positive. California is also ramping up testing again after a fire related slowdown..
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"So, your weather tonight As you can imagine, we're gonna have low sixties and seventies for Europe Close this evening under mostly clear skies tomorrow it's going to be Gonna be hot. Going to see attempt in downtown L A to about 100 degrees could be upto 1 10 in the Valley areas. It's 5 50 It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Sarah McCammon and I'm already Shapiro. Here's a question that sounds pretty simple, who is in charge of the Department of Homeland Security? The Trump administration appointed on acting secretary last fall, but a government watchdog group says that appointment is not valid. And that raises big questions about whether recent actions by Homeland Security have even been legal. NPR's Camilla Domino Ski reports Becoming secretary of Homeland Security requires Senate confirmation. It's a check on the president's power. But acting secretary just there temporarily. No confirmation required. And the Trump Administration has had a lot of temporary officials here is the president on face the nation and early 2019 describing the advantage of an acting secretary. I like acting because I couldn't move so quickly. It gives me more flex flexibility. He hasn't even asked the Senate to confirm some of these positions, and some of them are straining the definition of temporary next. Friday is the 5/100 day that we have not had a Senate confirmed Secretary Pullman security. Steve Logic is a law professor at the University of Texas. That's a record for a Cabinet vacancies. There are laws about who can fill that kind of vacancy, a process for finding a short term replacement. Now. The Government Accountability Office says that more than a year ago, the department bungled the succession process and the wrong person was put in charge. That acting secretary is the reason Chad Wolf became current acting secretary and he appointed his second in command, Ken Cuccinelli, and now this government watchdog says none of them are legitimate. But the big question is so what? That's law professor and Joseph O'Connell from Stanford. Aghios opinion is not binding on the agency. It's not binding on the courts. The department says it wholeheartedly disagrees with the report. But VHS is already facing a wave of lawsuits over actions taken, while Wolf in Cuccinelli have been in charge things like sending federal agents to Portland and setting new restrictions on asylum seekers and DACA applicants. Those lawsuits argue the actions were illegal because Wolf in Cuccinelli shouldn't have their jobs to begin with. And now there's a government body saying the same thing. And so I think it will be persuasive for some judges. So while the G A o opinion doesn't change anything by itself, O'Connell says it could help inspire action by the courts. Camila Romanowski. NPR news More than five million Americans have been sickened by the Corona virus. Most have had mild to moderate symptoms and recover in 2 to 4 weeks. But some suffer moderate to severe symptoms for months after their initial infection, NPR's patty name and has more Hannah Davis is a music composer and data researcher in New York. When she became sick with Cove in 19 in late March, she figured she'd get over it pretty quickly. She had a fever and knew she had to isolate. I've had basically a nonstop fever. And so I was alone for the 1st 2 months, two months, not two weeks like she thought. She's 32. And now more than four months after she got sick life is far from normal. She has fever nearly every day suffers abdominal problems, headaches, muscle aches and a feeling that her body has forgotten how to breathe. It really just changes you. It's a really long time to be kind of so actively sick. It changes your relationship to other people. It changes your relationship to yourself into the world, and it's just No joke, but the problems that worry her most or neurological. At times she's forgotten her partner's name. Recently, she forgot she was cooking and started a fire and the way she now interacts with the world, she says, is greatly diminished. So it's changed even my future in that, you know, I'm going to have to spend even more months recovering from this in a more active way. A recent telephone survey by the CDC finds three weeks after being sickened by Corona virus, 1/3 of adults. They still haven't returned to their usual state of health. Even so, infectious disease specialist Dr Preity Melanie, chief health officer at the University of Michigan, says most people have mild to moderate symptoms during illness and recover in a few weeks. But there are these individuals that don't feel well for months, and exactly why remains a mystery and what portion it is, whether it's a very small number, or it's a Substantial numbers also not known and reports more doctors air hearing about sound A lot like symptoms still suffered by handed Davis difficulties breathing for an extended period of time. They have fatigue there lose weight, they become debilitated in general, she says. The problems echo the severity of the disease. Sicker patients with more complications have a more difficult recovery. But the really conundrum comes from patients like Davis, who are young and healthy and understanding. What makes them different. Is it just bad luck? Or is there something about their genetic predisposition or something about the virus and how it interacts with that person? There are suggestions that blood type gender or race may be involved. But to get answers, Melanie says large studies should track people after infection to figure out why some people may be susceptible. Neuro psychologist Jim Jackson at Vanderbilt University Medical Center says critically ill patients in the I C U often have long term symptoms, including PTSD, anxiety, physical disability and cognitive impairment. In coverted survivors who themselves are often in the I C u. We're seeing the same sort of thing. We're seeing really striking functional problems quite severe cognitive problems, very debilitating mental health issues, which are unique. Ik to Corona virus patients, their suffering alone there without the support of family, often there without the support of friends when they return home. Unfortunately, they won't be able to be greeted with typical rituals. People won't be bringing casseroles over and patients endure continued isolation, which only adds to the anxiety. Jackson says patients are better prepared when medical providers explain what to expect after the I C u things like cognitive problems, nightmares, anxiety and depression. And when they know that and these land on their doorstep like a £300 gorilla, they know what to do. Education is really a key doctor, Halley Prescott, along and critical care specialist at the University of Michigan, says Whether hospitalized for covert 19 or isolated at home. Most patients will have to fight for recovery. People are going to feel fatigue. They're going to feel exhausted. They may feel like they need an extra one or.
Better Late Than Never? Big Companies Scramble To Make Lofty Climate Promises
"A growing number of companies have announced plans to tackle climate change and it is not just companies with eco-friendly reputations. Npr's Camilla Domino reports that. These companies are responding to pressure on multiple fronts. Helping the planet is good for business. That's what Elizabeth Sirkin. The Environmental Defense Fund has been telling corporate leaders. We can't exist as people and we can exist as businesses without clean air clean water a stable climate. She started delivering that message. Twenty years ago it was so fundamentally obvious to me. I really felt like business would just get this. She figured CEO's would cut emissions governments would set new climate policies and she didn't need to get a new job. I never thought that this many years later I would still be doing. This turns out helping. The planet did not seem like the obvious move too many. Ceo's but there are signs of a shift. More companies are now promising to cut more carbon and to do it more quickly. And there's an acceleration in the number of companies setting so-called science based targets in line with the global agreement. The Paris Accord Kevin. Moss runs the Center for Business Sustainability at the World Resources Institute. It's a small fraction of the overall proportion of businesses. But it's lodge impactful companies like Guo. Mott's Light Target Light Hilton Hotels. So what changed while the effects of climate change are becoming clearer not as a future risk but something happening right now at the same time solar and wind energy keep getting cheaper and there's more pressure from investors and from customers from some governments. There might be some more surprising sources of pressure to like kids. Here's Elizabeth Sirkin again. I hear from business leaders all the time today that you know their kids come home and say what are you doing dad? This makes a difference. Employees are increasingly influential to Cam. Kim runs an APP. Called Blind. Tech workers can talk to each other about their workplaces and he says they're increasingly discussing issues like climate change. People talk a lot of compensation of course and the work culture but I think this is a whole new segment in a survey half. His users said companies climate policy affects whether or not they want to work their employees investors customers science. All of that played a role in Microsoft's recent decision to go beyond carbon neutral and pol more carbon dioxide out of the air then. The company admits but chief Sustainability Officer. Lucas Java says there's another factor too. He says it's helped to frame this as an accounting problem. And that really is what I see. Flip executives mindsets around is to just talk about this in terms that they understand talking about a carbon budget quantifying. Exactly how much companies emit and how much they'll need to cut at the end of the day. What companies are really good at doing is making decisions based on numbers of course setting carbon budget is one thing sticking to it is another and some experts say there could be a danger in relying on big corporations to drive the fight against climate change. Chilanga Baker is a professor at Northeastern University who studies the social justice dimensions of transition away from fossil fuels she says communities especially vulnerable and marginalized communities should have a say in the fight against climate change and feel the benefits of a switch to green energy. I'm just not sure if I have the faith given that you know. Corporations are very concerned about expenses and profits that they would really think about something that may add cost but that may be more just Baker says commitments from companies can definitely be powerful but she says government policy can make sure. Vulnerable populations are protected. She's not the only one who looks at these voluntary commitments and sees a need for regulation after all some companies taking action is nowhere near enough to stop climate change Elizabeth's Durkan who spent two decades urging companies to act. She's asking them to do more than just cut their own emissions. It's really critical to engage. The policymakers corporations from BP to Pepsico say they support a price on carbon sturgeon says companies. That really want to lead on climate need to put money towards advancing those policies Camille Domino ASCII NPR news.
Saudi Arabia tries to salvage its investment conference -
"Of individuals and organizations including prominent Americans have backed out NPR's Camilla. Domino's ski reports certain guests are distancing themselves from the Saudi Crown prince who is widely suspected of ordering a hit on a Washington Post columnist who died inside the Saudi consulate in Turkey Saudi Arabia's future. Investment initiative was all set to attract CEO's from across the world, then journalists Jamal kashogi disappeared in Istanbul and Turkey said there was evidence. Saudi Arabia had him killed many Americans pulled out of the conference, including the CEO's of BlackRock G P Morgan Chase and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, but there's still a crowd gathered in Riyadh, including business leaders and heads of state Saudi Arabia says it signing fifty billion dollars worth of deals on the first day of the three. Three day conference, mostly through the state oil company, an appearance by Saudi Crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman was greeted with applause. He told reporters the event was going well with quote, more people more money, Camilo, Dombrowski NPR news.
Giuliani adamant Trump would fight Mueller subpoena to testify in Russia probe
"Live from npr news in washington i'm windsor johnston attorneys for president trump say they'll contest any effort to force him to testify in front of a grand jury in the russia investigation special counsel robert muller is looking into whether the trump campaign colluded with russia and whether the president obstructed justice npr's camilla domino ski reports if trump continues to refuse to sit down for an interview muller might issue a subpoena to force the president before a grand jury rudy giuliani one of trump's lawyers told abc's this week how his team would answer such a subpoena we'll say hey you got everything you need you got one point four million documents you have twenty witnesses president is given every explanation and correct and sean that we're missing persons you've got everything in it what it is for he noted that prosecutors often do not interview central subjects and must make a decision anyway man up and make your decision giuliani's comments come after the new york times published a confidential memo written by different trump lawyers in january that memo said trump can't be forced to testify and also can't obstruct justice because he is the country's chief law enforcement officer camilo domino sqi npr news a massive wildfire is continuing to spread in new mexico deborah martinez reports the youth park fire has grown to thirty two thousand acres and officials feared lightning strikes could ignite additional blazes almost one thousand residents of two communities in northeast new mexico had to be evacuated as the utah park fire doubled in size to forty two square miles officials haven't determined the cause of the blaze but most of new mexico is under severe drought severe thunderstorms are looming and that rain could cause flooding in the burned areas of the sangha the crystal mountains shelters are offering cots warm meals to displaced residents as they wait were word that they can return home three hundred homes are threatened and a dozen empty buildings have been destroyed at a boy scout ranch near cimarron more than five hundred firefighters are battling the blaze in rugged terrain using air tankers and helicopters equipped with giant water buckets for npr news i'm deborah martinez in amman jordan demonstrators turned out for another day of protests against the.
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"Are suing usa swimming for not doing enough to protect her coker smith i went public with sexual allegations about our coach shaun hutchinson february claiming he sexually abused her for roughly a decade attorney robert allard says usa swimming must be held accountable we do have evidence of other victims were not comfortable sharing that information especially naming names so i don't wanna get into that right now but there is evidence of others hutchinson has denied the allegations and has not officially been charged with a crime signs of progress between the us and china in averting a widening trade war playing well in the financial markets today us stocks gained ground after the chinese government said it will buy more us goods including energy and agricultural products treasury secretary steven mnuchin announced today the us postponed terrace of one hundred and fifty billion in goods from china on wall street the dow jones industrial average gained more than one percent closing up two hundred ninety eight points to twenty five thousand thirteen the nasdaq rose thirty nine points today this is npr some of the hundreds of wouldbe migrants who arrived at the us mexico border in a caravan last month of being released a sponsors within the us those npr's camilla domino ski reports many other asylumseekers remain in detention floresville gallo says she's trying to get her family away from gang violence and all cell the door and that they traveled with the caravan for safety they passed their credible fear interview their asylum claim is now being processed in the meantime delgado and three of her daughters have been released to sponsors in chicago one of whom is liz chris we're taking responsibility to make sure that muddy some makes it to her all appointments and that we provide a her and her family with support while they're waiting they'll god those oldest daughter is eighteen an adult so even though she's part of the families asylum claim she remains in detention note thing morning michael monica phelan canadia delgado says they haven't been able to talk since they were separated camille domino sqi npr news.
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"Term on monday npr's lucian kim in moscow iran's president says his administration is not responsible for the blocking of the popular messaging app telegram in iran and pr's peter kenyon has more ruhani posted to social media that the blocking of telegram in iran was a decision made at the highest levels of the system and he made clear that he opposes the move his post said quote the filtering and blocking of telegram was not carried out by the government which does not approve of it millions of iranians used telegram to share messages videos and news the app has been blamed by thority for enabling widespread protests around the country late last year ruhani's been struggling against hardline forces in iran who are seen as closely aligned with supreme leader ayatollah ali khamenei peter kenyon npr news is bull the president's news lawyer is clarifying why a payment was made to adult film star stormy daniels rudy giuliani says it was an effort to protect the trump family this is npr in a sign of warming relations on the peninsula north korea has readjusted its time zone to match south korea's previously there was a half hour difference north korea's central news agency said kim jong own made the decision to unify his nation's time zone with south korea and japan at a northsouth summit where he said it was a painful wrench to see clocks with different times a nasa lander is on its way to mars after successful launch this morning as npr's camilla domino ski reports insight mission will explore the interior of the red planet before dawn on saturday and atlas five rocket took off from vandenberg air force base in california too.
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"City lee us embassador to canada said sunday that president trump continues efforts to persuade north korea to give up its nuclear weapons ambassador kelly craft offered that assessment as foreign ministers from the g seven group of industrialized nations began meetings in toronto to discuss global peace and security challenges the foreign ministers meeting precedes a june summit in canada of leaders of the g seven countries the us britain canada germany france italy and japan this is npr news body cam footage released by cincinnati police shows that police officers did not leave their cruiser as they looked for a teenager who was being crushed to death earlier this month npr's camilla domino ski reports on april tenth of high school students cincinnati was pinned by minivans seat in a freak accident he called nine one one and asked for help to police officers came to the parking lot and did not find him the city is released body cam footage showing they remained inside the vehicle in one video you can hear music and officer says he doesn't see anybody the officers later said they suspected a prank the sixteen year old called nine one one again to describe the make and model of his van but the dispatcher says she couldn't hear him and that information wasn't shared with police he told the dispatcher to tell his mom he loved her he was met with silence the student died of us fixation camilo domino npr news southwest airlines cancelled about forty flights on sunday as it inspects jet engines after last week's deadly accident in pennsylvania the faa ordered emergency inspections within twenty days of hundreds of aircraft engines similar to the one involved in.
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"Drik reports from mexico city the mexican government is hoping to bolster free trade deals globally as nafta negotiations still hanging in the balance since mexico in the eu i sign this agreement in nineteen ninetyseven trade between the two has tripled to sixty two billion dollars annually and more than a third of foreign investment in mexico has come from eu members this update insures that goods traded between mexico and the eu will face no tariffs with the big addition coming from agriculture products which had been previously excluded many details are still being worked out although mexico's foreign trade still relies most heavily on the us analysts say it's pushing trade globally in case nafta falls through it's one of seven countries currently signed on to the second attempt at a transpacific partnership for npr news i'm james frederick in mexico city lee us ambassador to canada said sunday that president trump continues efforts to persuade north korea to give up its nuclear weapons ambassador kelly craft offered that assessment as foreign ministers from the g seven group of industrialized nations began meetings in toronto to discuss global peace and security challenges the foreign ministers meeting precedes a june summit in canada of leaders of the g seven countries the us britain canada germany france italy and japan this is npr news body cam footage released by cincinnati police shows that police officers did not leave their cruiser as they looked for a teenager who was being crushed to death earlier this month npr's camilla domino ski reports on april tenth the high school students cincinnati was pinned by his minivan seat in a freak accident he called nine one one and asked for help to police officers came to the parking lot and did not find him the city has released body cam footage showing they remained inside their vehicle in one video you can hear music and officer says he doesn't see anybody the officers later said they suspected a prank the sixteen year old called nine one one again to describe the make and model of his van but the dispatcher says she couldn't hear him and that information wasn't shared with police he told the dispatcher to tell his mom he loved her he was met with silence the student died of us fixation camille domino sqi npr news southwest airlines cancelled about forty flights on sunday as it inspects jet engines after last week's deadly accident.
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"It's earth day president trump is marking it by repeating his promise to reverse what he calls unnecessary and harmful regulations in a white house statement the president says a market driven economy is essential to environmental protection meanwhile former new york city mayor michael bloomberg is donating millions of dollars to a un climate change group npr's camilla domino ski reports he's filing fut filling a fundamental shortfall after the us pulled out of the paris accord last year bloomberg said that if the us wouldn't fund the climate secretary at then he would now he's following through he spoke to cbs's face the nation america made a commitment and as an american if the government's not gonna do it the we all have responsibility on able to do it so yes i'm going to send them a check for the monies that america had promised bloomberg has donated four point five million to cover operating costs of a un body helps implement the paris climate accord president trump also cut off payments into the green climate fund which supports initiatives in lower income countries the us committed three billion dollars to that fund only one billion was paid before trump took office and cut payments off camilo domino's sqi npr news this is npr malaysian police say they're investigating the murder of a palestinian man in kuala lumpur npr's daniel estrin reports the palestinian militant group hamas is accusing israel of assassinating one of its members hamas said palestinian engineer audio botch was gunned down on his way to a mosque saturday in koala poor am i said he was an important member of the group but didn't say what is rule was israeli media reports claimed he was an electrical engineer and expert on drones hamas accused israel's spy agency mossad of assassinating him israeli defense minister victoria lieberman wouldn't comment but said israel which to prevent the palestinians.
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"Live from npr news in washington i'm barbara klein former first lady barbara bush is in failing health and she's no longer seeking medical treatment npr's camilla domino's ski reports after a series of hospitalizations barbara bush is now focused on comfort care according to a family spokesman she is surrounded by family she adores the statement says bush is ninety two she is married to one former president and is the mother of another she has dedicated much of her life to promoting literacy with a special focus on preschoolers and parents in two thousand nine she spoke to npr and said she felt great she was eighty four at the time i love my family a love my city adore my husband and that's about it since then she campaigned for her son jeb and has worked on reading programs this spring bush sent an update to the smith college alumni magazine i i am still old she wrote and still in love with the man i married seventy two years ago camilo domino's sqi npr news us ambassador to the un nikki haley says the us will impose more economic sanctions on russian companies that deal with related to syrian president but shara las saad and his alleged use of chemical weapons she says the sanctions will be announced by tomorrow haley also tells fox news sunday the trump administration will not pull us troops out of syria until its goals are accomplished if we leave when we leave it will be because we know that everything is moving forward were very invested in the political process in geneva were very invested on a political solution and those talks continue haley says the us has three goals in syria ensuring chemical weapons don't threaten us interests defeating isis and keeping an eye on iran president trump had said earlier this month the us would soon withdraw from syria in boston this afternoon a citywide moment of silence at the time five years ago when in.
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"Support for this podcast and the following message come from bleaker street presenting the new thriller bayrou's set in nineteen eighty two jon hamm plays a former u s diplomat synagogue she ate their release of a kid nazi i a operative also starring rosamund pike in theaters april eleventh live from npr news in washington i'm barbara kline president trump has issued a series of furious tweets about former fbi director james komi and his new memoir due out this week in which komi writes about his brief stint in the trump administration npr's camilla domino ski reports in the book komi calls president trump unethical untethered the truth in ego driven on twitter trump called komi a slime ball out of whack and not smart komi says in his book polls may have been a factor in his decisions about the hillary clinton email investigation trump tweeted that komi went public about the investigation because he wanted a job but komi was already serving a tenyear term as fbi director comey says trump demanded a loyalty pledge which he would not give trump denied that tweeting quote i hardly even knew this guy the book comes out tuesday camilo domino sqi npr news u s lassiter to the un nikki haley says the trump administration will not pull american troops out of syria until its goals are accomplished this after the president said early this month the us would withdraw soon haley also says the us will impose new economic sanctions on russian companies that enable syrian president bush charlotte assad and his alleged use of chemical weapons in the meantime bbc's chris buckler reports the us britain and france are trying to rally security council support for a new resolution on syria it calls for an independent investigation into the alleged chemical weapons attacks alongside humanitarian efforts such as a lawyer did into syria and the injured safe posse joints however the resolution would need the support of russia on its ambassador out the un has accused the west of international hooliganism in its recent actions hundreds of thousands of.
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"Tenure in the trump administration npr's camilla domino ski reports in the book komi calls president trump unethical untethered the truth in ego driven on twitter trump called komi a slime ball out of whack and not smart komi says in his book polls may have been a factor in his decisions about the hillary clinton email investigation trump tweeted that comey went public about the investigation because he wanted a job but komi was already serving a ten year term as fbi director comey says trump demanded a loyalty pledge which he would not give trump denied that tweeting quote i hardly even knew this guy the book comes out tuesday camilo domino npr news kentucky lawmakers are formerly were buchanan the state's governor for saying teachers who took a day off to protest last week left their students vulnerable to sexual assault kentucky public radio's ryland barton has details vows of teachers descended on the state capital in frankfurt last week calling for more education funding and protesting recent changes to pension benefits signed into law by governor matt bevin in an impromptu press conference bevin criticized teachers for taking off work to protest i guarantee you somewhere in kentucky today a child was sexually assaulted there was left at home because there was nobody there to watch them a guarantee you somewhere today a child was physically harm or ingested poison because they were home alone the state's republican led house of representatives passed a resolution on saturday condemning bevan's comments saying quote the governor's words concerning harm to children are so beyond the pale that they're unworthy of repetition in this honorable chamber for npr news i'm ryland barton in in frankfort kentucky in spain barcelona police say more than three hundred thousand people are attending a demonstration to protest the detention of catalan separatists leaders the bbc's danny eberhardt reports several activists are under arrest for alleged offenses in last year's independence referendum liberty for political prisoners was the chance as a sea of demonstrators filled some of barcelona's main avenues in peaceful protest they wore yellow ribbons and t shirts the color adopted for their cause many also waived catalonia's separatist flag or held placards in support of independence leaders in.
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"Support for this podcast and the following message come from bleaker street presenting the new thriller bayrou's set in nineteen eighty two jon hamm plays a former u s diplomat synagogue she ate their release of a kid nazi i a operative also starring rosamund pike in theaters april eleventh live from npr news in washington i'm barbara kline president trump has issued a series of furious tweets this morning about former fbi director james komi and his new memoir due out tuesday about his brief tenure in the trump administration npr's camilla domino ski reports in the book komi calls president trump unethical untethered the truth in ego driven on twitter trump called komi a slime ball out of whack and not smart komi says in his book polls may have been a factor in his decisions about the hillary clinton email investigation trump tweeted that komi went public about the investigation because he wanted a job but komi was already serving a tenyear term as fbi director comey says trump demanded a loyalty pledge which he would not give trump denied that tweeting quote i hardly even knew this guy the book comes out tuesday camilo domino's sqi npr news kentucky law may occurs or formerly rebuking the state's governor for saying teachers who took a day off to protest last week left their students vulnerable to sexual assault kentucky public radio's ryland barton has details vows ends of teachers descended on the state capital in frankfurt last week calling for more education funding and protesting recent changes to pension benefits signed into law by governor matt bevin in an impromptu press conference bevin criticized teachers for taking off work to protest i guarantee you somewhere in kentucky today a child was sexually assault that there was left at home because there was nobody there to watch them a guarantee you somewhere today a child was physically harmed or ingested poison because they were home alone the state's republican led house of representatives passed a resolution on saturday condemning bevan's comments saying quote the governor's words concerning harm to children are so beyond the pale that they're unworthy of repetition in this honorable chamber for npr news i'm ryland barton in frankfort kentucky.
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"From npr news in washington i'm windsor johnston members of the un security council will hold an emergency session today after a deadly chemical attack in syria this weekend npr's camilla domino ski reports the alleged attack by the syrian government has sparked international outrage multiple countries called for an emergency meeting after a reported chemical weapons attack in syria activists say dozens of people were killed the us is calling for an independent investigation and for first responders to be immediately allowed into the area where the attack was reported which is under siege by the assad regime the syrian government had blamed the united states for striking one of its airbases today the pentagon denies that accusation president trump's newest national security advisor officially starts today npr's tamra keith reports john bolton could bring changes to the white house and it's foreign policy john bolton served as us ambassador to the un during the george w bush administration and was outspoken in his support for the iraq war now he enters an administration of a president who ran on opposition to the iraq war president trump in more recent years bolton has been a television commentator known for his hardline hawkish views including support for preemptive military action this is npr news this is wnyc in new york good morning i'm richard hake outraged activism followed the deadly shootings in florida now people affected by violent crimes are hoping the sediment doesn't fade wnyc's rebecca barra attended a candlelight vigil at an upper west side church this weekend forcement city officials and families gathered at the west end collegiate church karen friedman ignificant manhattan's chief assistant district attorney said it's important to highlight violence like the mass shooting and parkland without forgetting the crime that hurts poor and minority communities on a daily basis she also renewed calls for stronger gun laws and she said this summer to graduating high school students who have survived gun violence will participate in a fellowship for gun control advocacy advocates are still waiting for a protective bike barriers along.
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"Even yard this system encourages people to put their art in warehouses it's an hour economics and innovation way that money and how i built this from npr live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst at least two people are dead three are in critical condition after their helicopter crashed into the east river in new york city this evening police commissioner james o'neill says six people were on the chopper including the pilot who freed himself he says it was a private helicopter doing a photo shoot in it's not clear why the aircraft crashed the national transportation safety board is investigating resident trump is setting up a commission led by education secretary betsy devos to explore school safety if you're scott horsely report it's the president's first formal policy response to the deadly school shooting in parkland florida last month secretariat of off credit the students at marjorie stolen douglas high for holding policymakers feet to the fire although her commission has no timetable to produce recommendations the vaas insist it's not just a stalling tactic there's no time to waste no student now family no teacher and no school should have to live the horror of parkland our sandy hook are columbine again president trump is also endorsing legislation to improve background checks than urging states to give law enforcement the authority to temporarily seized guns from people judge dangerous he stopped short of endorsing a higher age limit for gun buyers florida lawmakers raised that states age limit to 21 and drew an immediate legal challenge from the nra scott horsely impaired news washington defense secretary james mattis who is traveling to the middle east this week since he was disturbed by reports of syrian president bachar alassad 's regime using chemical weapons against its seville millions and warned against such an attack and fears camilla domino's ski reports mattis would not confirm that the assad regime has been using chlorine gas but he said he's heard an awful lot of reports evident now of it i just want to reiterate it would be very unwise for them he huge weapon i gas and i think president trump i made that very clear uh early in his administration last spring.
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"Economy he's going to any of the shops anything diy stores people digging up how's his eight apps each chuck the living these people she and her husband english themselves they moved here twenty seven years ago to run a cycling tour company i have to will nationality has been will have it since the whole political situation clinton we felt we should get frenchnationalist he just he make shall we didn't have any problem staying here she considers herself a european so does maggie orgy there the bed and breakfast owner who moved to brittany just last october we will horrify fis the results of brexit it may well spurs to take french citizenship in order to remain alone tone after all she says brittany feels almost as british as britain joanna kisase npr news quirici france's india and back to news from florida hurricane erma is now passing over the florida keys as a powerful category four storm next it's going to work its way up the west coast of florida just a few days ago people they're fought they were relatively safe from this storm but now they are bracing for impact and peres camilla domino's ski is in fort myers florida right in the storms predicted path in she joins us from the studios of member station wgc you can leila miller the morning the morning harry limit uh what are the conditions like they're now it's stormy there is heavy rain there has been on that long to sort of constance from in the background and the winds started to pick up a bit less than an hour ago it's it's blustery now but nowhere near what will be getting later today how close is the hurricane expected to pass their the current projections have.
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"Legend jerry rice will join us and bill curtis to my manifesto is of great shows on pretty sure it just broke the world record for men spoiling me we'll ask it really told us stuff nobody needed to here on our show coming up right after this hours news live from npr news in washington i'm barbara klein white house national security adviser h r mcmaster is calling yesterday's deadly violence in charlottesville an act of domestic terror one person died when a 20yearold ohio man alleged lead drove into a crowd of marchers opposing a white nationalist rally president trump is being criticised by some members of his own party for not being more direct and forceful in his response to hate groups trump said such bigotry started long before his presidency but npr's camilla domino's ski reports charlotte's fills mayor says the president is culpable on nbc's meet the press mayor michael cigna referred to trump's presidential campaign when he danced with the devil will level doesn't change the novel changes view and i think very made a choice in that campaign avert a regrettable one to go to people's prejudices signature says that rhetoric emboldened hate groups like the ones who rallied in charlottesville these influences around the country these antisemites racists arriens nazis kkk their ores in the shadows but there'd be given a a key in a reason to come in the life on saturday trump said he condemned bigotry and hatred unquote many sides the white house has since said quote of course that includes white supremacists can yield on maskey npr news.
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"A piece of says in that when i grabbed him and budaman on saturday night raymond royal van across london bridge mowing down pedestrian level the stabbing spree before being shot in hill private npr news flung a missile leading tweet from president trump made the mayor of london sound unconcerned by the deadly terrorist attack but mirror sadique concept hasn't responded because his office says he's too busy and pierce camilla domino's ski has more con the first moslem mayor of london has called the saturday night attacks horrific and sickening i'ma pulled of furious that he he's twisted cowdery cherished deliberately at innocent londoners he also told residents not to be frightened by the presence of police londoners will see an increase police precious today no reason to be alarmed trump tweeted quote at least seven dead and forty eight wounded in terror attack and mayor of london says there is no reason to be alarmed a making it sound like khan was talking about the attack the mayor's office says he has quote more important things to do than respond to donald trump's illinformed tweet the deliberately takes out of context his remarks camilla domino's cki npr news days after president trump announced he pulled the us out of the paris climate accord cord epa head scott pruitt's as the question of whether trump believes global warming is a hoax distract from the real question of whether it's good for the us what matters is what steps you take to address he'll to reductions in what matters when you look at paris is that china and india didn't take any steps while this country did and the environmental left has a very short memory when when peres was educated by this country day criticized the agreement but former vice president al gore says it's another step by the white house to withdraw from the world it comes in the context of the president also undermining nato in our our relationship with our allies we're going to face some challenges uh in in the years ahead of the the isolation of america from the rest of the world.