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As Demand For Oil Dries Up, OPEC And Allies Agree To Historic Cuts In Output

NPR's Business Story of the Day

01:57 min | 2 months ago

As Demand For Oil Dries Up, OPEC And Allies Agree To Historic Cuts In Output

"Been a news over the weekend. Many of the world's oil producers have agreed to cut production to prop up prices. Npr's Camilo Domino ski reports on their deal. The average price of a gallon of gasoline in the United States is well under two dollars but many people aren't filling up because they're not going anywhere that's the state of the oil market in a nutshell. Oil is super cheap. And there's not much global demand. What's that done to oil producers? Here's Muhammed Burkino. The Secretary General of OPEC on Thursday Industry. Mr Chairman is hemorrhaging. No-one has been able to stem the bleeding. In fact instead of stopping the bleeding Saudi Arabia and Russia were adding to it by waging a price war against each other. But now they've called a truce and OPEC is trying to put a bandage on those wounds. Actually it's OPEC. Plus the oil cartel has expanded from its core members to include allies like Russia and Mexico and when Mexico threatened to derail this deal. President trump stepped in. We are trying to get Mexico as the expression goes over the barrel the. Us is the world's largest oil producer and American oil and gas companies have been hit hard by low prices. President trump is often hostile towards OPEC. But this time he helped them out. The new deal is massive nearly ten million barrels of oil per day in cuts. That's the biggest deal in OPEC history but the drop in demand than twice that amount. Rozsa Dewan is an oil strategist. Ihs market but there's no cut that can match that degree of shrinkage in the market possible so despite the new deal oil prices are still low. In fact says the steel isn't about propping prices up. It's about avoiding the collapse of the oil industry. Camilo Domino NPR news.

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A Fiat Chrysler Merger With Renault Would Create 3rd Biggest Car Maker

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:51 min | 1 year ago

A Fiat Chrysler Merger With Renault Would Create 3rd Biggest Car Maker

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from American pest as the leading provider of safe, sustainable pest control solutions across the DMV. Let American past help you to take back your home or business from menacing pests visit them today at American pest dot net. Fiat Chrysler is proposing a merger with the French automaker Renault, Reynaud says it's considering it, this merger would be a big deal. It would create the world's third biggest car company after Toyota and Volkswagen. Here's NPR's Camilo domino, sqi, a merger this big would be striking, but not totally surprising. Fiat Chrysler has been looking for a partner for a while. And there, there are limited partners available. Michelle crabs is an analyst with auto trader and Cox automotive. She says, meanwhile, the French Renault had a long standing alliance with the Japanese automaker Nissan that was working. Well, and then things went awry, when former CEO Carlos gone was arrest. Sted in Japan for alleged financial misdeeds and things have just been unraveling now both fiancee's and Reynaud are eyeing their options when it comes to who though partner with as they prepare for big changes in the industry. Many major, automakers have already been partnering up over the last couple of years. There are two reasons first after years of record growth. The auto industry is starting to slow down and that decline is expected to continue. Meaning fewer car sales less revenue at the same time, automakers need to be making big investments in the future things like electric vehicles and self driving cars, and it's a tough one, because you're investing in something that isn't profitable today isn't going to be full tomorrow, but might be profitable might be essential in ten years time. Mark Wakefield is an automotive consultant at Alex, partner's upstart companies like tesla and even ride hailing services like Uber and lift. They're bringing new competition. In response established carmakers are closing ranks towards each other to be able to share costs and to be able to invest through this like on. That's really what's driving a lot of these merger discussions in partnership discussions to Reynaud has been making electric vehicles for years, while Fiat Chrysler, has been lagging behind its decided to focus on money-making brands like Jeep, and ram, big pickups, and SUV's. Plus, it has premium brands like Maserati Reynaud is pushing smaller low cost vehicles Fiat Chrysler thrives in the Americas. Particularly in the United States. Reynaud doesn't sell cars in North America at all. But it's a major player in Europe and Russia that also like a pretty good fit. One has small cars in the other big trucks, one offers luxury vehicles. The other goes down market, but they feel have problem which is trying to Felipe Munoz is an analyst at auto researcher Jada. Dynamics. He says, neither company has a foothold in the crucial Chinese market. Then there are the practical problems of merging and not in another culture. I know the more factories that's more people to teach to work together, which Fiat Chrysler, has to do already since the merger that made it back in two thousand fourteen Blyleven cries which are Italians on American that way only but he's not an easy thing. And it would be even harder if you try to preserve the French Renos alliance with Nissan of Japan, another complication Reynaud is part owned by the French government and has strong unions. The want to preserve local jobs, Fiat Chrysler says the deal if it happens would not result in any plant closures. Camilo dominancy, NPR news.

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New York City Lawmakers Pass Landmark Climate Measure

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04:10 min | 1 year ago

New York City Lawmakers Pass Landmark Climate Measure

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Fidelity Investments, taking a personalized approach to helping you grow and protect your wealth. Learn more at fidelity dot com slash wealth. Fidelity brokerage services LLC on the steps of New York City hall more than one hundred people celebrated the passage of a landmark climate Bill last week. It doesn't target cars or coal it regulates big buildings. New York mayor Bill de Blasio is expected to sign the Bill into law soon. He says it's the first law in the world require emissions cuts from existing buildings, and it could serve as a model for other cities NPR's Camilo, Domino's ski reports think of New York City's famous skyscrapers. Now, imagine the power it takes to heat and cool and eliminate them. And maybe it's not so surprising. That buildings are responsible for two thirds of the city's greenhouse gas emissions. New York City mayor Bill de Blasio called it. The mother load in an interview with NPR buildings are the single biggest piece of the problem that hasn't been addressed. And we have the tools to do it right now. Everything about this. New law is big it focuses on big buildings and calls for big cuts to emissions ultimately eighty percent. And if buildings don't comply they will face big fines recuse the biggest buildings if these goals are not met the fines can be one. Million dollars per year or more even so what does it take for a building to slash its carbon emissions? Take a ride on the Empire State. Building's elevator. The world's most famous and you get to see Bill. Flakes to the last ten years. This landmark has gone through an ambitious energy efficiency overhaul. Tourists visiting the hundred and two storey landmark can't see them. But retrofits are everywhere. Insulated windows dim -able lights upgraded air conditioning, tools for tenants to cut consumption. Even that elevator is more efficient. There is no silver bullet these are lots of little pieces. So we call it silver buckshot, Anthony Malkin is the CEO of the Empire State realty trust which owns the building when you were deuce energy consumption, reduce carbon up. It's very simple. The Empire State building has dramatically slashed both energy use and emissions. But New York City's new legislation ultimately calls for even more cuts. This is absolutely a step that goes beyond anything that we've even accomplished in our buildings. The new law will carry a hefty price tag collectively the required retrofits will cost an estimated four billion dollars. But that's just looking at the costs. There are savings too. From lower bills over time. I'm the Empire State building spent millions on those retrofits, but it is already made back the investment, and then some so some of the required retrofits will pay for themselves, but de Blasios technologies that won't always be true. They are the kinds of mandates that assum building owners will find to be stretch goals, and we'll find to be difficult. But that's the point. That is the law is designed to push owners to make changes they wouldn't. Otherwise, New York is already a very expensive city large commercial landlords are frustrated that they have to make changes when other buildings don't and suggest the law could drive business away. But the mayor emphasizes that financing will be available and the bill's supporters respond to concerns over cost by pointing out that climate change poses an existential threat to this coastal city. They recall the devastating effects of hurricane sandy muddied Silva. Feral runs a nonprofit that pushed for the bill's passage the knives over kids and our grandkids are steak, and we really need to. Take bold actions. She asks anyone running a cost analysis to remember to account for those human lives. Camille, domino, sqi NPR news, New York City.

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Who Charges All Those Electric Scooters? Follow A Nocturnal 'Juicer'

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04:31 min | 1 year ago

Who Charges All Those Electric Scooters? Follow A Nocturnal 'Juicer'

"This message comes from NPR sponsor. Comcast business. Business has always been driven by innovators. That's why Comcast business is helping you with technology that provides better experiences. Comcast business beyond fast walked through an American city. And there's an increasing chance you'll need to maneuver around and electric scooter just parked there on the sidewalk while driving you pass people writing those scooters there for rent by the minute they run on batteries. And those batteries are at the center of this story because somebody has to charge them. NPR's Camilo domino ski met a man who has a side hustle as he sleeps jokers are just finished watching the sunset from his thirteenth floor office in Arlington Virginia his day job is over but his evening gig is just beginning. He pulls out his phone and opens his scooter apps people use these apps to ride scooters during the day. But it's night Kerzner is hunting for scooters that need to be charged Pokemon go and you make money he. Down to the parking garage and hops in his car, a burgundy Subaru Impreza. Yes, we have two scooters that are supposed to be right over there. The scooters are standing on a sidewalk just around the corner krizner can make four bucks on each. The amount varies based on how low the battery is or how long the scooters been left there. He hops out scans the scooters and puts them in the back of his compact hatchback. Now, you remember we list left, my office building and that took around thirty seconds. So it's eight dollars in the matter of one minute. So I think it's a pretty good deal. All right, next one Kerzner's just getting started. There's another one right across the street to easy tonight. Is the perfect krizner picks up electric scooters from two companies lime and bird scooters are hot. These companies are both valued at billions of dollars. And they rely on gig economy workers like him to charge their scooters, and it should be in five four three two one beep. Some people charge. Few scooters night, others charge dozens all right? So that's three. So we have. Twelve bucks back in the car. Kerzner puts on his Goto scooter charging song escrow fire next bird. This. Kerzner says that over the last six months, he's made more than nine thousand dollars at the side hustle from the scooter company's perspective Kerzner's, not just charging scooters. He's also retrieving them from out of the way locations like one that's practically under a Bush and hasn't been ridden in four days drop them off wherever the heck do you wanna take them? You know? Sort over there. The next morning. He'll put them in a better spot lime scooters are green. But the birds are black the beep and flash to help Kerzner find them in the dark the electric scooters stack up in his hatchback. He's got a system for squeezing them in his record is fourteen in one load some nights. He does several runs for one who crazy I can capture thirty birds tonight. There's a ton of birds right now. Let's go buddy a few months ago. There was fierce competition to pick up these scooters, but it's cold and windy tonight. And the companies are paying less per scooter than they used to. So there aren't as many rivals to contend with after collecting a dozen scooters and wrestling the last one into position. Kerzner heads home and starts to carry the scooters to his patio. He's forty two a consultant with a background in architecture. He's got a good job. He says his income is decent. But he's glad to have a side gig expensive rent the car payments cable bills, you know. You know, you know, you talk about like, you know, disappear mental middle class. I feel like I'm in that zone rock lift fine comfortably. But you know, you wanna have a little more financial stability, this definitely helps. He runs an extension cord from his kitchen to his patio to power up the scooters. His chargers are neatly organized. I feel like birds are almost my kids. This point, you know, and I've been taking care of him so much this scooters will take a few hours to charge Kerzner says the impact on his electric Bill is negligible before seven AM tomorrow Kerzner will unplug his flock load them back up and neatly placed the charged up scooters in spots pre-selected by bird, and then he'll head to his day job where his co workers have nicknamed for him. They call him the Birdman Camilo, Domino's sqi NPR news.

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"camilo domino" Discussed on KQED Radio

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05:05 min | 1 year ago

"camilo domino" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is the Trump administration prepared for aggressive oversight? If Democrats take the house, I'm Rachel Martin in Washington DC, and I'm Noel king today. I'm in Minnesota's eighth congressional district. We're reporting on why this traditionally blue district me flip for Republicans for only the second time in seventy years. Also, it's the last day in a trial over race conscious admissions at Harvard University. This case could affect college admissions across the country. It is Friday November second happy birthday to Pat Buchanan, the author and political figures eighty years old today and the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Janine Herbst economy attitude hundred fifty thousand new jobs last month beating expectations. This is the ninety seventh straight month of employment gains as NPR's Camilo domino ski reports. Economists had expected around two hundred thousand new jobs, but according to the bureau of labor statistics, the economy beat that estimate sectors that saw growth include healthcare manufacturing construction, and transportation and average hourly earnings rose by five cents last month for three point one percent year over year increase that's not a huge jump. But it's welcome after several years of disappointing wage growth, the labor force participation rate increased slightly and the unemployment rate is holding steady. This is the last jobs report before the midterm election. Camilo domino Ascii NPR news secretary of state, Mike Pompeo says the upcoming US sanctions on Iranian oil sales are intended to place max. Simone pressure on Tehran to change its behavior in the Mideast. The Trump administration is imposing tight sanctions on Iran's oil sales and shipping starting on Monday. The action also threatens countries that ignore the sanctions with being cut off from doing business with the US and with the midterm elections. Now four days away, President Trump is continuing to campaign for Republican candidates. I stop today is West Virginia a state where he's already campaigned in this election season. They've missed it with West Virginia public broadcasting has more Trump's Friday stop marks his second trip to West Virginia the campaign for Morrissey. More sees opponent democratic incumbent Joe Manchin breaks with his party more than any other Senator in the country. That includes a vote to confirm Justice Brett Cavanaugh. He was the only democrat to vote in favor of Kavanagh's confirmation after West Virginia. Trump heads to Indiana Scotland Yard in London began criminal investigation into Britain's opposition labor party over possible antisemitic. Hey cry. Carried out by some of its members. Larry Miller reports police are focusing on a file containing at least forty five social media postings that spray conspiracy theories or may direct physical threats against Jewish people. London police chief Cressida dick says she was passed the leaked internal labour party dossier in September after reviewing the material. She says there is evidence that antisemitic hate crimes have been committed by some labor members with the investigation did not extend to the party itself. The investigation could lead to charges over the last few years labour and its leader. Jeremy Corbyn have faced a number of allegations of antisemitism. These have been denied, however, the board of deputies of British juice says it's not surprised by the criminal investigation and official says there's a deeply embedded culture of anti semitism in parts of the labor party and Corbin has done. Nothing to address it. For NPR news. I'm Larry Miller in London streets trading lower at this hour. The Dow is down forty NASDAQ down sixty you're listening to NPR news. From Washington from cake news, I'm Tiffany Cam. High bay area synagogues have increased security for the first Chabad service since the shooting left eleven Jewish worshippers dead and another six people wounded in Pennsylvania last weekend. Here's rabbi Michael Copeland. From the have in San Francisco, we refuse to be living in fear, we refuse to stay away from synagogue, we refuse to stop doing the important work that we've been doing with highest with other organizations in support of immigrants in refugee status. We will keep doing what we do. People of all faiths are asked to visit synagogues tonight and tomorrow as part of the national hashtag show up for Chabad initiative to show solidarity against anti-semitism and hate California's secretary of state is reminding first time voters that they must bring an idea to cast a ballot. That's if they did not verify themselves when they registered California is now. Not a voter ID state, but first time voters are asked to submit their driver's license number or the last four numbers of their social security to verify themselves in order to vote. Alex Padilla says voters who forget their I d have an option to cast a provisional. Ballot. Provisional ballots are reviewed by county. Elections officials and once an individual's registration is confirmed. That ballots is touted and count the same as any other ballot. Nearly one million eligible voters.

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"camilo domino" Discussed on KCRW

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05:12 min | 1 year ago

"camilo domino" Discussed on KCRW

"Controversy boosting turn out. He has seen it engine Democrats into becoming even more engaged that just made it even more mature if it said, okay, it wasn't gonna vote. But now I am. I'm definitely about. What else can I do? Republicans may be getting more fired up now. But there was already plenty of democratic fury. Almost two years worth of it and democratic strategist and debar thinks his party's anger has much more staying power, people tend to do stuff out of anger. I think our side is. In enough of that in the tank at the moment for whatever anger, the Democrats in Arizona might be feeling over the Cavanaugh controversy cinema. The democratic candidate doesn't sound outraged cinema has focused a lot of her rhetoric around process like the FBI investigation affords claims when I learned that we were not going to get access to the report I was very disappointed as I think many Americans were so I was forced to make a decision without being able to see that report. Forced to make a decision that's a far cry from other Democrats who have emphasized that they believed Kevin had assaulted Ford right now the races in a dead heat. Polling shows cinemas slight lead. On MC Sally has narrowed in the last couple of weeks Republican strategist John Seton thinks Cavanaugh played a part in that trend. Really what I think it did do is somewhat anyway galvanize Senate, right? Republican voters to come home. If you will and make sure that they mail in their ballots both for the Republican ticket. But. Especially with the candidates and their allies sticking to other areas like immigration and health care as well as personal attacks democratic strategist Barr says it's hard to say that the confirmation hearings are what narrowed that gap. The undecided group is typically more Republican. They always start to come home right around, you know, week or two for balance drop in a debate this week both candidates chose not to weaponize the cavenaugh fight too much while the president has gone so far as to call Ford's accusations, a hoax mix Sally focused her criticism on Democrats and activists not Ford herself. We have seen the mob rule in Washington DC and in the end zone. It's wanted a yes. Vote on Justice Cavanaugh, I can be four survivors is one myself and four Justice Cavanaugh. Meanwhile, moderators had to ask cinema multiple times before she'd say how she'd have voted we still haven't got an answer. We've seen no answer from you. I would have voted. No. And I did put out a statement saying such whether the cavenaugh confirmation gave either campaign a lasting boost. The candidates are much happier. Talking about healthcare immigration and the economy, then y'all Kurt Slaven NPR news. A federal regulator has publicly criticized large cell phone carriers for being slow to restore service in the areas. Most devastated by hurricane. Michael NPR's? Camilo domino has the story ever since hurricane. Michael hit. The Florida panhandle survivors have been trying to get in touch with their families for some. It's been a real struggle. Cellphone signals went down after the storm hit last Wednesday and stayed down. For many customers Verizon in particular had lingering outages, Florida state officials called the company out for lagging behind competitors. After days of complaints new numbers on Wednesday showed just over half the cell towers near Panama City, Florida were functioning, there's no doubt run a more positive track. Matthew berry is chief of staff at the Federal Communications Commission. The agency criticized the slow pace of progress earlier this week, but we need to keep the attention on this problem and keep the pressure on because there's still a ways to go when we can't have any backsliding in the next few days restoring sell services. Always a problem. After a big storm the absence of a signal means people outside the storm's path are left worrying about loved ones. They can't reach while residents have trouble contacting local authorities and their insurance companies. The FCC says it usually takes a few days to approach full coverage after hurricane sandy. It took about a week after hurricane Maria Puerto Rico it took six months an extreme situation. The problem with hurricane Michael is that several days after the storm. The FCC was noticing only marginal progress in the most devastated areas. We don't disagree that this is an unacceptable situation. Krista. Born is rising market president for wireless in the south. She says Verizon slow recovery from this. Storm was uncharacteristic and unprecedented. Verizon's biggest problem is not cell towers. But the fiber optic cables that run to those towers the storm pass just happened to go right in a critical area where the fiber with laid an incredible amount of. And it's not just damage from the initial storm. As cleanup is underway. Verizon is having to fix new damage to those fiber optic cables. But do you have thousands of recovery workers, you have debris removal happening? You have a lot of restore work that could just have an accidental cut in an area that we've already repaired, and then we have to circle back to make that second repair many people around Panama City, still don't have service Camilo domino, NPR.

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"camilo domino" Discussed on KQED Radio

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03:29 min | 1 year ago

"camilo domino" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Radio next up talking Brexit and British Prime Minister Theresa may. That's in the next segment of morning edition also later on in the morning. The government is expected to test a new emergency warning system that would alert you of national crisis on your cell phone. This alert is set to go off at eleven eighteen later this morning, and you'll learn more about it in the next segment of morning edition coming right up. Good morning. My name is Michael state time at three thirty live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. One of the president's lawyers is disputing a New York Times report, alleging Trump received more than four hundred million dollars from his father over decades through fraud and questionable tax schemes. Attorney Charles harder calls. The report extremely inaccurate. Dan, Alexander's with Forbes magazine. He tells NPR's morning edition the fact that he inherited a lot of money was known. But the exact mechanisms of it was not harder says there was no fraud or tax evasion. The secret service says it's investigating a suspicious envelope. Addressed to President Trump NPR's Scott Horsely says it's one of three envelopes being examined to other suspicious. Packages were intercepted at the Pentagon with what thorny call a suspicious substance inside. Now, the secret service stresses that the letter addressed to President Trump never made it to the White House letters addressed the president are routinely sorted at an off site facility. One of the envelopes sent to the Pentagon was addressed to Defense Secretary. Jim Mattis to scientists in the US and one in Britain. Are this year's winners of the Nobel prize in chemistry? They're being recognized for their work to develop new bio fuels and pharmaceuticals there Francis Arnold at Caltech, George Smith at the university of Missouri and Gregory winter at the. MRC laboratory in Cambridge England. This is NPR news from Washington. The nation's automakers are reporting a slow down in vehicle sales. They fell seven percent last month. Sales were off four percent in the third quarter. An analyst with Ford blame some of the weaker demand on hurricane Florence which caused widespread flooding in the Carolinas. General Motors chief economist is predicting US automakers will sell more than seventeen million vehicles this year, if so it would Mark the fourth straight year with sales topping that Mark. Tesla is reporting a sharp jump in the production of its model. Three electric cars. NPR's Camilo Domino's ski reports the model three is less pricey than the earlier Tesla's. It's supposed to be a mass market electric car. But from the start Tesla's struggled to actually produce the vehicle in mass quantities. Then this summer, founder and CEO Elon Musk got in trouble for tweeting about taking the company private the federal government, cried fraud and musk agreed to step down as chairman of the board despite the turmoil in the third quarter tesla. Made more than fifty three thousand model threes nearly twice the output in the second quarter. In fact, the company went from having a production problem to having a delivery problem with so many cars coming off the assembly line. Tesla was struggling to get them out the door. It's still not clear if tesla has started to turn a profit Camilo domino Ascii NPR news. A study by the centers for disease control and prevention says one in three adults in the US eats fast food each day. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington. Does.

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Recreational marijuana: New York study recommends legalizing it

The Sean Hannity Show

01:28 min | 2 years ago

Recreational marijuana: New York study recommends legalizing it

"Taxed messages exchanged by fbi employees cast a cloud on the investigation and damaged the agency's reputation ray says the fbi accepts the report's findings and has already begun making changes the supreme court is allowing two states to keep their gerrymandered voting districts for now without ruling on the question of whether electoral maps can result in an unfair partisan advantage npr's camille domino ski reports one cases from wisconsin where republicans redrew the state legislative map in their favor and the other from maryland where democrats redrew congressional district to flip it blew the supreme court has been asked set limits on that kind of gerrymandering before it's always pushed it off and that's what it did again in wisconsin the justices said that the plaintiffs did not prove they had standing and sent the case back down to the lower courts where plaintiffs can try again to demonstrate that they were personally harmed in maryland the court declined to engage the merits of the case the decisions will likely make it harder to challenge partisan gerrymandering in the future though challengers are sure to regroup and try again camilo domino ascii npr news the dow closes down one hundred and two points this is npr and this is wnyc in new york good afternoon i'm sean carlson the cuomo administration is moving ahead on a recommendation to legalize recreational marijuana new york it's a move immediately criticized by cuomo's republican opponent for governor karen dewitt has more the announcement came not from cuomo but from his health commissioner dr howard soccer speaking to a gathering of medical marijuana providers soccer says he's concluded that when it comes to legalizing pot the pros outweigh the cons report recommends regulated legal now on wanna program and i will report and obviously bringing to the governor earlier this year cuomo who had been opposed to recreational marijuana said the facts have changed because neighboring states are moving to legalize the drug cuomo said through a spokesman that he awaits the report and we'll review it a new jersey fifth grader who survived last month deadly school bus crash mars county is urging state lawmakers to require seatbelts with shoulder straps on buses eleven year old peter kennedy testified today at a joint hearing.

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Giuliani adamant Trump would fight Mueller subpoena to testify in Russia probe

Snap Judgement

02:22 min | 2 years ago

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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Probe: Missile that downed MH17 came from Russia-based unit

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00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Probe: Missile that downed MH17 came from Russia-based unit

"In in us history camilo domino sqi npr news four years after the downing of malaysia airlines flight or international team of investigators says it's determined the jet was hit by a missile that came from a russia based military unit spokesman for the dutch national police which carried out the probe says missiles from russia's fifty third any aircraft brigade based on the russian city of kirks flight m h seventeen was headed from amsterdam to qualify them poor when it was blown out of the sky on july seventeenth twenty fourteen i'll two hundred ninety eight people on board the plane were killed russia's steadfastly denied any involvement in the downing of the jet i'm jack speer npr news in washington.

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"camilo domino" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"camilo domino" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst president trump says he is working to protect jobs in china tweeting today that he is intervening to help a chinese company that his own in administration punished and fears camilo domino's ski reports it's a surprising reversal you may not have heard of z t e but you've probably seen their budgets smartphones on the shelves the company got in trouble two years ago for violating us sanctions on iran and north korea is e t e agreed to discipline employees who were involved but the us government says the company lied and handed out bonuses instead of reprimands the commerce department punished the company last month banning it from buying us goods then trump tweeted that he's working on a way for z t to get back into business fast he wrote quote too many jobs in china lost democratic congressman adam schiff responded that us intelligence has flagged z t as a side eber security threat adding quote you should care more about our national security than chinese jobs camilo domino sqi npr news results are coming in from iraq's parliamentary elections and there are some surprises and alliance backed by shiite cleric muqtada al solder has made strong gains of the expense of prime minister hater ella body npr's jane arraf has more from baghdad with results in for more than half the country including baghdad's sutter's alliance has received more votes than a body sutter is the former militia leader who fought us troops after the two thousand and three invasion of iraq he later disbanded his matthew army militia in this election he reached out to suny arabs and minorities he teamed up with the communist party and told his followers to vote for the most qualified candidates not on the basis of religion sutter is told voters iraq needs a new government to ease poverty create jobs and battle corruption full results are expected monday jane arraf npr news baghdad in indonesia yeah isis is claiming responsibility for a suicide bombings at three churches that left at least thirteen people dead and wounded dozens of others authorities say the bombers were members of one family a mother a father to teenage son and two younger daughters all worked all of them are dead he attacks is among the.

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"camilo domino" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"camilo domino" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm guy rise coming up as we age i think that we are afraid of suffering most people do live longer we've got to do something that nobody has today it's something that you did not think would ever be possible but it's not inconceivable longevity happened so you have to wonder what will my future be this episode the fountain of youth i the news live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbs president trump says he is working to protect jobs in china tweeting today that he is intervening to help a chinese company that his own administration has punished and peers camilo domino ski reports it's a surprising reversal you may not have heard of z t e you've probably seen their budgets smartphones on the shelves the company got in trouble two years ago for violating us sanctions on iran north korea is e t e agreed to discipline employees who were involved but the us government says the company lied enhancement bonuses instead of reprimands the commerce department punished the company last month banning it from buying us goods then trump tweeted that he's working on a way for z t e to get back into business fast he wrote quote too many jobs in china lost democratic congressman adam schiff responded that us intelligence has flags z t as a cyber security threat adding quote you should care more about our national security than chinese jobs camille domino ascii npr news militants have carried out an attack on a government building in the eastern afghanistan city of jalalabad killing at least ten people and wounding dozens of others security forces killed several of the attackers after two of them carried out suicide bomb attacks near the building's entrance security forces rescued dozens of employees stuck in the building during that attack it's the latest in a series that has left hundreds killed or wounded since the beginning of the year the israeli military says it's beefing up its troops on the border with gaza anticipating large palestinian protests against tomorrow's opening of the us embassy to israel in jerusalem palestinians have been holding weeks of protests at the gaza border and during that time israeli troops killed at least forty nine protesters palestinians accused israel of excessive force israel says some of.

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Afghanistan: Government building attacked in Jalalabad, at least 10 dead

Ted Radio Hour

02:20 min | 2 years ago

Afghanistan: Government building attacked in Jalalabad, at least 10 dead

"I'm guy rise coming up as we age i think that we are afraid of suffering most people do live longer we've got to do something that nobody has today it's something that you did not think would ever be possible but it's not inconceivable longevity happened so you have to wonder what will my future be this episode the fountain of youth i the news live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbs president trump says he is working to protect jobs in china tweeting today that he is intervening to help a chinese company that his own administration has punished and peers camilo domino ski reports it's a surprising reversal you may not have heard of z t e you've probably seen their budgets smartphones on the shelves the company got in trouble two years ago for violating us sanctions on iran north korea is e t e agreed to discipline employees who were involved but the us government says the company lied enhancement bonuses instead of reprimands the commerce department punished the company last month banning it from buying us goods then trump tweeted that he's working on a way for z t e to get back into business fast he wrote quote too many jobs in china lost democratic congressman adam schiff responded that us intelligence has flags z t as a cyber security threat adding quote you should care more about our national security than chinese jobs camille domino ascii npr news militants have carried out an attack on a government building in the eastern afghanistan city of jalalabad killing at least ten people and wounding dozens of others security forces killed several of the attackers after two of them carried out suicide bomb attacks near the building's entrance security forces rescued dozens of employees stuck in the building during that attack it's the latest in a series that has left hundreds killed or wounded since the beginning of the year the israeli military says it's beefing up its troops on the border with gaza anticipating large palestinian protests against tomorrow's opening of the us embassy to israel in jerusalem palestinians have been holding weeks of protests at the gaza border and during that time israeli troops killed at least forty nine protesters palestinians accused israel of excessive force israel says some of.

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"camilo domino" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"camilo domino" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The listeners have kkk d more of our program now the time is twenty three minutes past seven this is morning edition from npr news i'm david green and i'm steve inskeep t mobile and sprint have agreed to merge it is not clear yet whether regulators will approve but if the deal goes through it would mean the big four telecom companies would become the big three is npr's camilo domino john ledger the colorful ceo of the country's third largest wireless carrier is wearing his trademark hot pink tshirt plus a leather jacket with another bright pink t mobile logo i'm back and he's grinning you know what these videos mean it means i have big news to share the ceo of the country's fourthlargest carrier jumps in actually this time we have been used to share marcello clara looks positively stayed in his sprint t shirt and blazer but he's grinning to today we're bouncing the t mobile and sprint have reached a definitive agreement to come together and form a new stronger company they're big news is not exactly surprising the two companies have been considering a merger for years but previous talks have always been dropped in part because of intense skepticism from federal regulators now the two companies have a plan it's an all stock deal that would create a new t mobile worth more than one hundred and forty billion dollars t mobile would be taking on debt from sprint but the companies say the merger will allow them to reduce prices and compete more effectively with verizon at and t sprint and t mobile also say together they could invest in a nationwide five g network that could compete with broadband but.

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"camilo domino" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"camilo domino" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's all coming up after this live from npr news in washington i'm jim hawk the senate foreign relations committee is set to vote later today on mike pompeo's nomination to be president trump's next secretary of state as npr's michele keleman reports he's had trouble gaining the votes he needs democrats on the committee are lining up against and there's also one republican critic that is rand paul who describes pompeo as someone who never learned the lessons from iraq and now wants regime change in iran bomb peyot has been telling lawmakers he's not the hawk many think he is he's also vowing to help restore the state department status in the administration npr's michelle kellerman reporting the senate committees vote is currently set for five pm this afternoon president trump mark sunday's earth day by repeating has promised 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 new york city mayor michael bloomberg is donating millions of dollars to un climate change group npr's camille domino ski reports he's filling a funding gap after the us pulled out of the paris accord last year bloomberg said that if the us wouldn't fund the climate secretariat thin 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 we all have responsibility i'm able to do it so yes i'm going to send him a check for the monies that america had promised bloomberg has donated four point five million to cover operating costs of a un body that 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 npr news the chairman of korean airlines has apologized to the south korean people and to his employees after one of his daughters allegedly threw a glass of water at an executive during a business meeting the bbc's catherine davis reports the chairman's two daughters will step down the.

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"camilo domino" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"camilo domino" Discussed on NPR News Now

"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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"camilo domino" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"camilo domino" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from trans union your credit health is so much more than a score that's why they help you stay on top of it protected and understand it get your report and more at trans union dot com slash npr live from npr news in washington i'm jim hawk the ambassador to the un nikki haley says new sanctions will be imposed on russia in response to last weekend's reported chemical weapons attack in syria npr's camilo domino ski reports the announcement will be made monday russia is a close ally of syrian president bush charlotte assad in two thousand thirteen russia agreed to help get rid of the regime's chemical weapons but syrian eye witnesses have continued to report attacks using poison gas including an alleged attack and duma this month investigations are ongoing haley said on cbs face the nation that new sanctions on russia will be announced by monday and they will go directly to any sort of companies that were dealing with a quick ment related to assad and chemical weapons use the us already has multiple sanctions against russia over election meddling as well as its actions in syria and ukraine and the us has previously sanctioned syria over chemical warfare camilo domino's sqi npr news the city of boston has held a moment of silence on the fifth anniversary of the boston marathon bombings the bells of the old south church were rung sunday to mark the moment five years ago when the first bomb exploded security is tight for monday's one hundred twenty second running of the iconic race protesters gathered at a philadelphia starbucks outlet on sunday where two black men were arrested for trespassing the men say they were waiting for a friend join them community activists reverend geoffrey jordan says the police action was uncalled for.

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"camilo domino" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"camilo domino" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from almond board of california did you know almond farmers are working on irrigation practices and technology to increase water efficiency to minimize waste and grow more crop purge rob grow what you know almonds dot com slash water live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst french president emmanuel macron defended french airstrikes on syrian chemical facilities alongside the us in great britain this in a rare televised interview jake sagana row has more michaels said the russians are complicit in the alleged use of chemical weapons by the charlotte saad in douma russians last year blocked the un mechanism in the fight against chemical weapons he says making the international community powerless and preventing it from taking action the french president said the strikes were not a declaration of war on a sod but a response to violating international law macaroni also said that it was france that convinced president donald trump that quote we should stay in syria in the long term french parliament will debate military action in syria this week but ultimately macro will have supreme power to decide future operations for npr news i'm jake sagana row in paris former first lady barbara bush is in failing health and is no longer seeking medical treatment and peers camilo domino ski has more 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 is.

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"camilo domino" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"camilo domino" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The ninety two year old has decided to focus on receiving comfort care a statement from a family spokesperson says bush has been a rock in the face of her failing health the statement says she's surrounded by family she adores and that she appreciates the many kind messages and prayers she's receiving barbara bush and former president george hw bush live for most of the year in houston where he has also suffered health issues in recent years including pneumonia and a disease similar parkinson's that requires them to use a wheelchair the two have been married for seventy three years for npr news i'm nathan bernie in austin texas the us ambassador to the un nikki haley says new sanctions will be imposed on russia tomorrow in response to last weekend's reported chemical weapons attack in syria and peers camilo domino's ski reports russia is a close ally of syrian president bush charlotte assad in two thousand thirteen russia agreed to help get rid of the regime's chemical weapons but syrian eyewitnesses have continued to report tax using poison gas including an alleged attack and duma this month investigations are ongoing haley said on cbs his face the nation that new sanctions on russia will be announced by monday and they will go directly to any sort of companies that were dealing with equipment related to assad and chemical weapons use the us already has multiple sanctions against russia over election meddling as well as its actions in syria and ukraine and the us has previously sanctioned syria over chemical warfare camilo domino sqi npr news protesters gathered outside the starbucks in philadelphia today were two black men who were sitting inside the store last week were arrested after a store employees called police saying the men allegedly has to use the restroom and refused to leave when denied because they haven't bought anything they say they were waiting for a friend attorney lauren wimmer represents the two men in the end this is a case about race and companies in the age of social media like starbucks will have to be held accountable for discriminatory practices they were held for hours and never charged today starbucks ceo kevin johnson apologized saying starbucks stands firmly against racial profiling philadelphia police.

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"camilo domino" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"camilo domino" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The ninety two year old has decided to focus on receiving comfort care a statement from a family spokesperson says bush has been a rock in the face of her failing health the statement says she's surrounded by family she adores and that she appreciates the many kind messages and prayers she's receiving barbara bush and former president george hw bush live for most of the year in houston where he has also suffered health issues in recent years including pneumonia and a disease similar to parkinson's that requires them to use a wheelchair the two have been married for seventy three years for npr news i'm nathan bernie in austin texas the us ambassador to the un nikki haley says new sanctions will be imposed on russia tomorrow in response to last weekend's reported chemical weapons attack in syria and peers camilo domino ski reports russia is a close ally of syrian president bush charlotte assad in two thousand thirteen russia agreed to help get rid of the regime's chemical weapons but syrian witnesses have continued to report attacks using poison gas including an alleged attack and duma this month investigations are ongoing haley said on cbs face the nation that new sanctions on russia will be announced by monday and they will go directly to any sort of companies that were dealing with equipment related to assad and chemical weapons use the us already has multiple sanctions against russia over election meddling as well as its actions in syria and ukraine and the us has previously sanctioned syria over chemical warfare camilo domino sqi npr news protesters gathered outside the starbucks in philadelphia today where two black men who were sitting inside the store last week were arrested after a store employee called policing the men allegedly as to use the restroom and refuse to leave when denied because they haven't bought anything they say they were waiting for a friend attorney lauren wimmer represents the two men in the end this is a case about race and companies in the age of social media like starbucks will have to be held accountable for discriminatory practices they were held for hours and never charged today starbucks ceo kevin johnson apologized saying starbucks stands firmly against racial profiling philadelphia police are conducting an internal investigation the.

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"camilo domino" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"camilo domino" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst former first lady barbara bush has decided to stop medical treatment for her failing health he bernie for member station k u t has more barbara bush undergone a series of recent hospitalizations and after consulting with family and doctors the ninety two year old has decided to focus on receiving comfort care a statement from a family spokesperson says bush has been a rock in the face of her failing health the statement says she's surrounded by family she adores and that she appreciates the many kind messages and prayers she's receiving barbara bush and former president george h w bush live for most of the year in houston where he has also suffered health issues in recent years including pneumonia and a disease similar to parkinson's that requires him to use a wheelchair the two have been married for seventy three years for npr news i'm nathan bernie in austin texas the us ambassador to the un nikki haley says new sanctions will be imposed on russia tomorrow in response to last weekend reported chemical weapons attack in syria and peers camilo domino reports russia is a close ally of syrian president bush cheryl assad in two thousand thirteen rush agreed to help get rid of the regime's chemical weapons but syrian eye witnesses have continued to report attacks using poison gas including an alleged attack and duma this month investigations are ongoing haley said on cbs face the nation that new sanctions on russia will be announced by monday and they will go directly to any sort of companies that we're dealing with a quick met related to assad and chemical weapons use the us already has multiple sanctions against russia over election meddling as well as its actions in syria and ukraine and the us has previously sanctioned syria over chemical warfare camilo domino's sqi npr news protesters gathered outside the starbucks in philadelphia today we're two black men who were sitting inside the store last week were arrested after a store employee called police saying the men allegedly has to use the restroom and refuse to leave when deny.

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"camilo domino" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"camilo domino" Discussed on NPR News Now

"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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Kentucky House Rebukes Bevin For Saying Teacher Protest Caused Child Abuse

NPR News Now

02:17 min | 2 years ago

Kentucky House Rebukes Bevin For Saying Teacher Protest Caused Child Abuse

"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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"camilo domino" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"camilo domino" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The trump administration's ban on military service by transgender people was announced via tweet last year and then it was blocked by the courts now the ban has been laid out in detail through a memo released late on friday as npr's camilo domino's ski reports the document brings more details but also more confusion the memo is in a total ban like president trump called for in his tweets but it's pretty close the first forty five minutes of reading that memo i thought i was out of job blake dream in is the president of sparta in military advocacy group he's also a lieutenant commander in the navy he still has a job because the policy has an exception for current openly trans servicemembers there's another exception for trans people who don't see hormones or surgery they are permitted to serve quote in their biological sex as long as they are not diagnosed with gender dysphoric that's the clinical diagnosis of distress caused by the difference between assigned gender and gender identity basically transgender people can serve as long as they don't actually transition genders and only if they don't experience stress as a result shannon minter the legal director of the national center for lesbian rights says that's nonsensical and familiar it reminds me very much of back in the old days when people who oppose the freedom to marry for gay people would say well gay people can marry they just have to marry someone of the opposite sex mentors group has sued the administration over the ban meanwhile conservative groups have welcomed the memo tom spor runs the heritage foundation's center for national defense he's a retired lieutenant general i was really taken by how i guess you'd say nuance the policy is he notes there are many conditions that disqualify people for military service dreaming for his part says that making gender dysphoric disqualifying will just push people away from getting mental health treatment that's the issue that struggling with they're not going to go because the moment they're diagnosed with gender their risk for discharge for now the military is still allowing trans people to join and serve in transit service members are living in limbo even those covered by the exception the defense department says it made a solemn promise to them and a significant investment but if the.

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What you need to know about the national school walkout

02:29 min | 2 years ago

What you need to know about the national school walkout

"Always pushed by boater pressured and what happens when consumer pressure influences businesses companies are realizing that they can both make money but also dive into solving these problems than it can actually help the plus the real reason we have daylight saving time and some serious confusion most americans grow up with a myth but we do it for the farmers but it turns though from the beginning the farmers hated daylight saving those stories and more are coming up on marketplace weekend live from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly students at schools across the us or planning a walkout on wednesday to protest gun violence and a call for action for members of congress npr's camille adumin asky says it's in response to last month's deadly shooting at a high school and parkland florida in this wednesday of the onemonth anniversary of the math shooting in parkland florida at ten a m participating students planned to leave school for seventeen minutes one minute for each parkland victim who died in some district superintendents say walkout participants will not face punishment other schools identifying specific places where students can gather without breaking rules or proposing alternatives like a moment of silence and warning walking out will mean consequences the aclu is the advising students that they can be disciplined for walking out of school but that the punishment cannot be made harsher because of the walkouts political message the group urges students to check their schools policy unexcused absences camilo domino's scheme npr news the white house is asking a new federal commission to come up with recommendations to prevent school shootings the panel on school safety will be chaired by education secretary betsy devos the trump administration says it expects those recommendations to me made within a year though is no official deadline it's also pledging its support to help states pay for weapons training for teachers and for expanded background checks for gun purchases senate minority leader chuck schumer and the brady campaign to prevent gun violence are among the critics of the commission schumer describes the commission's objectives as baby steps cbs designed not to upset the national rifle association on voice from south korea are embarking on visits to japan and china they're scheduled ahead of talks between north korea and south korea and.

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"camilo domino" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"camilo domino" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of rain and just a few our is on saturday you're listening to npr news in washington keighley mac annulling a former political commentator for cnn left the network to start a new role making positive news style videos on behalf of president trump and the irs camilo domino's ski report summer calling a campaign propaganda mac in any was a protrump pundit for cnn now she's on trump's facebook page as we provide you the news of the week from trump tower here in new york mac in any present only positive updates with plenty of praise for trump president trump has clearly theor the economy back in the right direction the video reminded some critics of state propaganda but on cnn's reliable sources journalist jeff greenfield said it's a reelection effort that went seems to me in the long if not entirely noble tradition of political campaign propaganda trump is often railed against the media including some false accusations of fake news mackin any invokes a comparison in her sign off and that is the real news suggesting an alternative to other news sources camille dominance cki npr news authorities in greece say wildfire that has blazed on the southern island since friday morning continues to burn unchecked four villages in a monastery were evacuated on sunday and another village remained evacuated for a second day meanwhile macedonia has declared a state of emergency in its southwestern mountainous region due to fears that a heatwave could spread multiple wildfires that have been raging in the country southwest region the three day state of emergency.

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"camilo domino" Discussed on NPR News Now

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"camilo domino" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm jim hayek two senators say it's necessary to protect special counsel robert muller from the possibility of being fired by president trump as npr's camilo domino's ski reports the white house denies that the option is even on the table trump has been critical of muller who is tasked with investigating russian interference in the 2016 election republican senator thom tillis is cosponsoring a bill to protect muller he told abc's this week the bill would allow the president the option of firing a special council but added that subject to a judicial review so that we make sure it's done for proper cause democratic senator chris koons is cosponsoring the bell it in president trump's interest it's in the interests of protecting rule of law trump counselor kellyanne conway told abc that firing muller is just a hypothetical the president has not even discuss fat but she declined to say if the president would commit to not firing muller camilo dominance cki npr news there is new unrest in venezuela but it's hard to tell was really going on president nicolas maduro claims it was a terrorist attack on the military base sunday he says the assault on the city of valencia was carried out by twenty people but as an pierre's villa breeze reports of video claims it was an uprising to reestablish constitutional order a video all set it on social media in which you see about twenty men in military uniform several of them have guns and they're in front of a guy who identifies himself as a captain at he says that they're engaged in what he calls civil and military action not he says a code and that's eighty says at reestablishing constitutional order in venezuela and reeve says the venezuelan military put out a statement claiming sunday's assault was conducted by civilians in military uniforms.

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