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WNYC 93.9 FM

02:33 min | 3 months ago

"celia clark" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"N. Y. C and Michael Hill, formerly incarcerated People face a number of challenges returning home before they can get released. They have to prove they have somewhere to live in the US, This can be particularly challenging for Aqua Sozzi Mohawks, whose reservation in Messina straddles the U. S. Canada border. Celia Clark reports on a new project trying to help when Prey laser was preparing to leave a United States federal prison. He was told he wouldn't be able to return to his home in Akwesasne E. Because it was on the Canadian side of the border. I needed that American address. And there's a lot of people that live half a mile mile on this border. They don't have an American address. They are at the mercy of whatever the guidelines will send them closer, was going to be sent to a homeless shelter in Brooklyn. But he got help from his family and was able to come back to Aqua size me. He wants others to have the same opportunity. He did. So he's offering up land he owns on the US side to help other Akwesasne Mohawks getting out of prison. Put their lives back together. I hope to have a place so they can stay for six months to a year, and in that time their lives will be built up enough that they can. Al Back where their home is and continue to live in that way and continue to share what their Children Jenelle Bove, a is the founder of the Welcome Home project, which is building tiny homes on the Azores property. Bouvier herself was in prison for two years, she says it changed how she related to others. What do you think happens when people just get shoved back into their marriages? Shut back into being parents again. Bove A and Liz or hope the tiny home community will help people heal by connecting to Aqua, Saz, Neiland and culture. We wanted to have certain tiny homes that were a little bit larger, so that if their Children wanted to come over and stay the night with them, they could We want to be able to like support them. You have peer support you have people you can relate to. And because we want them to lean back into these relationships, Laser says they're building a community, not just house is going to be like An oasis. You know where they can start building themselves back up because in the end we want we want people healthy so that we can contribute to society. The welcome Home project is getting help from a local Akwesasne e nonprofit, the Strong Roots foundation. They've built one tiny house and eventually plan to have six. That report came from Celia Clark at North County Public Radio..

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Umatilla tribes close casino and halt tribal events as coronavirus precautions. Years-long leadership dispute of Cayuga Nation leads to fight and arrests. Northern Arapaho Tribe declares emergency due to methamphetamine abuse.

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03:44 min | 1 year ago

Umatilla tribes close casino and halt tribal events as coronavirus precautions. Years-long leadership dispute of Cayuga Nation leads to fight and arrests. Northern Arapaho Tribe declares emergency due to methamphetamine abuse.

"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez a presumptive positive case of the corona virus has been declared on the U. Mattila reservation the Oregon Health Authority contacted the confederated tribes governing body Monday to alert health officials of an exposed employees at the tribes. Wild Horse Casino. The individual is hospitalized in Washington state for treatment. As Casey you WSB Giselle Half Moon. Reports officials took immediate action. An emergency command center being headed by Lisa Guzman. Ceo of the Tribal Health Center has been initiated with support by members of the tribal government staff. Health facility personnel had previously participated in multiple discussions with numerous agencies regarding the corona virus and as a result were able to quickly address the case development on Monday morning as a precaution tribal leadership issued immediate closures for the Community High School Head Start Daycare and senior center until all facilities have been fully sanitized. The tribal casino is also temporarily closed to conduct full cleansing operations but is expected to reopen and twenty four to forty eight hours. In addition all community events on the UMATILLA Indian reservation are cancelled for the week of March. Second through the eighth. This is just sell half moon reporting from the humid Silla Indian reservation now low nation lawmakers on Monday discussed what efforts the tribe is taking to address the corona virus. A team has been established to monitor plan. Prepare and coordinate precautionary efforts the Navajo Department of Health reports. They're currently no cases of the krona virus on the Navajo nation but the tribal health department is monitoring a case in Arizona. Meanwhile the Indian Health Service is following normal policies and procedures for respiratory illnesses. A fight over leadership of a New York tribe has led to arrests. Ws KGB's Silia. Clark has more. The causes of this conflict goes back over a decade and involves the site of several buildings. The leader of the federally recognized you. Nation Council recently ordered the late night takeover and demolition of a dozen buildings under the control of the Traditionalist Unity Council they included a schoolhouse and longhouse used for traditional ceremonies. That leader said it was done to reclaim property. Stolen from KU nation. The traditional leaders called destruction of the buildings acts of terrorism and treason against the Cuyahoga nation. New York Senator Chuck Schumer has called on the Justice and Interior Department to investigate the destruction of the buildings. I'm Celia Clark. The northern Arapaho tribe has declared a state of emergency amid a crisis of Methamphetamine Addiction Wyoming Public Radio Savannah Mar reports the northern Arapaho. Business Council has directed all tribal employees to make combating meth addiction a top priority at a dedication ceremony last week tribal leader said. This isn't a new problem on the wind. River Reservation Matthews reached a crisis level. Here years ago but business councilwoman CLORINDA calling thunder said. She believes the tribe can overcome. It can do it. Free better people. This journey has eradicated or call her. This comes about a month after the OGLALA. Sioux tribe declared a state of emergency over Matthews and its role in the high homicide rate on the Pine Ridge reservation. The northern Arapaho tribes declaration also establishes an Anti Meth Task Force and a series of community listening sessions for National Native News. I'm Savannah Mar and demand. Tony Al Gonzales.

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"celia clark" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"celia clark" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Nora Raum people to judge is ending his bid for the White House the thirty eight year old former mayor of south bend Indiana canceled a rally in Dallas and food was home town to make the announcement NPR's Sam green glass reports two days before super Tuesday the openly gay navy reserve veteran said he had a responsibility to consider the impact of staying in the race he also recognized the historic weight of his candidacy we sent a message every kid out there wondering if whatever marks them out as different means they are somehow destined to be less than to see that someone who once felt that exact same way to become a leading American presidential candidate with his husband and his the judge finished in a virtual tie for first in Iowa but struggled to gain traction with voters of color the judges exit could mean a boost for former vice president Joe Biden who's also been courting moderate voters Sam Greene glass NPR news Dallas the next votes take place tomorrow in fourteen states hold primaries as well as American Samoa Americans to live overseas will also be able to cast ballots a second person has died in the U. S. from the corona virus also in Washington state senior economic analyst mark Hamrick with Bankrate dot com says the outbreak is likely to affect the US economy for some time as the outbreak spreads in the U. S. A. remains to be seen what kind of impact that will have on consumers and businesses I think among the key questions are will we see quarantines or will consumers essentially shelter in place trying to avoid being exposed I think the biggest concern globally of course has been on the supply chains or the ability to manufacture products in a globally interconnected economy and this has affected companies like coca Cola and apple really depends on the extent of the outbreak and how governments react worldwide more than eighty eight thousand people have been infected with the virus the vast majority in China a federal judge in Washington DC says acting citizenship and immigration services director Ken Cuccinelli with unlawfully appointed disposition NPR's James Doubek reports anti immigration hardliner Ken Cuccinelli is one of many officials in an acting position in the trump administration he's been leading the US citizenship and immigration services agency within the department of homeland security since his appointment last summer no judge Randolph moss says the way Cuccinelli took that position was illegal the judge says that because Cuccinelli was not appointed lawfully he did not have the authority to shorten the time asylum seekers have to prepare for interviews with him Gration officials the department of homeland security says it disagrees with the court's decision and will be looking closely at the ruling James Toback NPR news this is NPR a fight over leadership of the K. okay Indian nation in Seneca falls New York led to arrests this weekend Celia Clarke from member station W. SKG reports the cause of this conflict goes back over a decade and involve the site of several buildings the leader of the federally recognized K. you can nation council recently ordered the late night takeover and demolition of a dozen buildings under the control of the traditionalist unity council they included a school house and lawn house used for traditional ceremonies that leader said it was done to reclaim property stolen from the K. you can nation the traditional leaders called the destruction of the buildings acts of terrorism and treason against the Cayuga nation New York senator Chuck Schumer has called on the justice and interior departments to investigate the destruction of the buildings for NPR news I'm Celia Clark in Ithaca south Korean military officials say North Korea fired two unidentified projectiles into the seat today in what appears to be a resumption of weapons demonstrations they say it's not clear whether the weapons were ballistic or rocket artillery north Korean leader Kim Jong un has been promising to bolster his nuclear deterrent because of the stalled nuclear talks with the U. S. Israel is holding another election the third in under a year this follows two inconclusive votes in April and September prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu as Israel's longest serving prime minister opinion polls show neither his right wing Likud party nor the centrist blue and white party will attract enough votes for a governing majority in parliament I'm Nora Raum NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include HomeAdvisor committed to helping homeowners find the right pros for their home projects homeowners can read reviews book appointments and check cost guides for home projects at home advisor dot com or on the mobile app from W. NYC in New York this is on the media Bob Garfield's out this week on prep clad stone to Donald trump's presidential campaign you have large Arab populations they were cheering as the World Trade Center came down and did not curation we have the biggest audience in the history of a number of speeches there already was a widespread understanding across the political spectrum and certainly in the mainstream media I called the fake news the enemy of the people and they are they are the enemy of the people that the inner life of Donald J. trump was provisional and largely untethered to reality except when it serves his interests this of course was disquieting to say the least but only became truly terrifying when one considers the stakes what if what if the nation faced genuinely existential threat under that reality did not serve the president what if a nation under threat and in need of protection could not rely on a single word that trump and his salary gets sent just yesterday Mr trump attacked.

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"celia clark" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"celia clark" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"MSNBC and other major television networks are broadcasting images that show large crowds including many young people in white blue or black mask's who've taken over terminals in Hong Kong they're using piles of trolleys as barricades to at least some of the airports entrances over the last few weeks the clashes in Hong Kong have grown more violent than the demonstrators defiance of mainland China's control on Hong Kong the unrest stems back to the introduction of an extradition bill that would allow anyone suspected of a crime to be sent to mainland China for trial the bill was widely seen as Beijing's attempt to further erode the former British colonies freedoms in the wake of an Associated Press report published today about sexual harassment allegations against opera superstar Placido Domingo the Philadelphia Orchestra has withdrawn its invitation to Domingo to be part of its opening night concert on September eighteenth the statement reads quote we are committed to providing a safe supportive respectful and appropriate environment for the orchestra and staff for collaborating artists and composers and for audiences and communities the allegations against a mingle in the AP story come from eight singers and dancers who say the alleged incidents took place over the course of three decades beginning in the late nineteen eighties in a statement from Domingo sent to NPR from his PR representative Nancy seltzer the singer denies the allegations he says quote the allegations from these unnamed individuals dating back as many as thirty years are deeply troubling and as presented in accurate end quote Democrats and Republicans are weighing in on the apparent suicide of wealthy sex offender Jeffrey abstain Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says he too wants to know how an obscene ended up dying in a federal lock up in New York from member station W. SKG Celia Clark has details Schumer says he believes the FBI director Christopher ray will conduct a thorough investigation and there's no reason for Congress to begin an investigation of EPS teen suicide I have a lot of faith in the F. B. I. and I just think everyone ought to leave me alone and they to leave no stone unturned Jeffrey Epstein apparently killed himself while in custody in a federal detention facility he was awaiting trial on federal charges of sex trafficking and conspiracy for NPR news I'm Celia Clark in Ithaca stocks are higher on Wall Street after the government announced it was delaying the implementation of terrace on certain goods imported from China all major market indices are up more than one and a half percent the nasdaq has risen nearly two percent it stands at eight thousand eighteen this is NPR news this is WNYC in New York I'm Richard hake an NYPD officer has died by apparent suicide at his home in Yonkers this morning this is the eighth officer to take his own life this year officials say the thirty five year old was a seven year veteran of the NYPD chief of department Terrence Monahan said on the Brian Lehrer show this morning that police officer should seek assistance where ever they feel comfortable it's our right to come ask us or even go outside the agency get the help if you're feeling that doc moment get to help it's really devastating to see even as we're talking about this that it continues police commissioner James o'neil introduced a peer support system last month due to the uptick in suicides he said peer counseling will also be available and each precinct a New York law enforcement is the latest request Google location services to identify a people suspects for a crime a clash between the far right proud boys group and left as anti fur protesters last year prompted the Manhattan DA's office to use a reverse location search warrant it's the first documented case of such a warrant in the state with the technology officials contract mobile data at any given time and place W. N. Y. C.'s George Joseph says that would almost certainly affect innocent bystanders the irony of it is activists in groups like anti for are much savvier about surveillance technology than the general public so they don't necessarily bring phones their protests so the war is almost guaranteed to track innocent people the Manhattan D. A. in the NYPD would not comment on how often the technique is used over three hundred low level marijuana possession convictions are getting sealed after prosecutors and defense lawyers work together to ask in New York City court to do so Manhattan DA's office the legal action center another groups announced the.

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"celia clark" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"celia clark" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Laxmi saying protesters and riot police are in a standoff inside Hong Kong's airport this our MSNBC and other major television networks are broadcasting images a chill large crowds including many young people in white blue or black mask's who've taken over terminals in Hong Kong they're using piles of trolleys as barricades to at least some of the airports entrances over the last few weeks the clashes in Hong Kong have grown more violent than the demonstrators defiance of mainland China's control on Hong Kong the unrest stems back to the introduction of an extradition bill that would allow anyone suspected of a crime to be sent to mainland China for trial the bill was widely seen as Beijing's attempt to further erode the former British colonies freedoms in the wake of an Associated Press report published today about sexual harassment allegations against opera superstar Placido Domingo the Philadelphia Orchestra has withdrawn its invitation to Domingo to be part of its opening night concert on September eighteenth the statement reads quote we are committed to providing a safe supportive respectful and appropriate environment for the orchestra and staff for collaborating artists and composers and for audiences and communities the allegations against amigo in the AP story come from eight singers and dancers who say the alleged incidents took place over the course of three decades beginning in the late nineteen eighties in a statement from Domingo sent to NPR from his PR representative Nancy seltzer the singer denies the allegations he says quote the allegations from these unnamed individuals dating back as many as thirty years are deeply troubling and as presented in accurate and quote Democrats and Republicans are weighing in on the apparent suicide of wealthy sex offender Jeffrey abstain Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says he too wants to know how an obscene ended up dying in a federal lock up in New York from member station W. SKG Celia Clark has details Schumer says he believes the FBI director Christopher ray will conduct a thorough investigation and there's no reason for Congress to begin an investigation of EPS teen suicide I have a lot of faith in the F. B. I. and I just think everyone ought to leave me alone and they to leave no stone unturned Jeffrey ups dean apparently killed himself while in custody in a federal detention facility he was awaiting trial on federal charges of sex trafficking and conspiracy for NPR news I'm Celia Clark in Ithaca stocks are higher on Wall Street after the government announced it was delaying the implementation of terrace on certain goods imported from China all major market indices are up more than one and a half percent the nasdaq has risen nearly two percent it stands at eight thousand eighteen this is NPR news from KQED news I'm Brian what a San Francisco supervisor is renewing calls for a state of emergency to improve traffic safety after a woman was hit and killed by a car in the tenderloin this weekend three pedestrians have been killed in that area and less than a month and advocates and supervisor Matt Haney say walkers and bicyclists deaths in the city have doubled from this time last year he says an emergency declaration will free up resources to address this crisis when we are sitting moves too slowly when we don't have the political will be half of what we see now which is people being killed on our streets people being injured on a street and it's infuriating he wants to see more traffic enforcement and bike lanes city officials are expected to vote on the emergency declaration next month bay area air quality officials are issuing this summer's eighth spare the air day because of warm temperatures and high levels of pollution from auto emissions Walter Wallace is with the bay area air quality management district he says the unhealthy air levels alert will be in effect today in this case with a light winds combined with the hot temperatures in the motor vehicle exhaust it just creates a perfect environment for spare the air alert the agency is advising people to avoid driving in cars alone and to stay indoors especially those in the East Bay with asthma or other respiratory illnesses Wallace says the agency may need to issue more spare the air alert later this week in sports the giants play the eighties tonight at oracle park in the eighties play the giants tonight at oracle park heavy bay bridge series I'm Brian white KQED news support today comes from jumpstart India's science.

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"celia clark" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"celia clark" Discussed on KCRW

"News in Washington I'm Laxmi saying protesters and riot police are in a standoff inside Hong Kong's airport this our M. S. N. B. C. and other major television networks are broadcasting images that show large crowds including many young people in white blue or black mask's who've taken over terminals in Hong Kong they're using piles of trolleys as barricades to at least some of the airports entrances over the last few weeks the clashes in Hong Kong have grown more violent than the demonstrators defiance of mainland China's control in Hong Kong the unrest stems back to the introduction of an extradition bill that would allow anyone suspected of a crime to be sent to mainland China for trial the bill was widely seen as Beijing's attempt to further erode the former British colonies freedoms in the wake of an Associated Press report published today about sexual harassment allegations against operas Hooper star Placido Domingo the Philadelphia Orchestra has withdrawn its invitation to Domingo to be part of its opening night concert on September eighteenth the statement reads quote we are committed to providing a safe supportive respectful and appropriate environment for the orchestra and staff for collaborating artists and composers and for audiences and communities the allegations against a mingle in the AP story come from eight singers and dancers who say the alleged incidents took place over the course of three decades beginning in the late nineteen eighties in a statement from the main go center when P. R. from his PR representative **** seltzer the singer denies the allegations he says quote the allegations from these unnamed individuals dating back as many as thirty years are deeply troubling and as presented in accurate and quote Democrats and Republicans are weighing in on the apparent suicide of wealthy sex offender Jeffrey abstain Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says he too wants to know how an obscene ended up dying no app scene ended up dying in a federal lock up in New York from member station W. SKG Celia Clark has details Schumer says he believes the FBI director Christopher ray will conduct a thorough investigation and there's no reason for Congress to begin an investigation of EPS teen suicide I have a lot of faith in the F. B. I. and I just think everyone ought to leave me alone and they to leave no stone unturned Jeffrey ups dean apparently killed himself while in custody in a federal detention facility he was awaiting trial on federal charges of sex trafficking and conspiracy for NPR news I'm Celia Clark in Ithaca stocks are higher on Wall Street after the government announced it was delaying the implementation of terrace on certain goods imported from China at all major market indices are up more than one and a half percent the nasdaq has risen nearly two percent it stands at eight thousand eighteen this is NPR news support for NPR comes from the leukemia and lymphoma society LOL as his taking precision medicine approach to treating acute myeloid leukemia which claims the lives of nearly eleven thousand Americans each year learn more at L. L. S. dot work from case here W. I'm sherry Glaser with a look at state and local headlines a CHP officer has been killed during a traffic stop a man whose truck was being impounded on the side of the two fifteen freeway in riverside yesterday grabbed a rifle and opened fire killing the officer and wounding two others before he himself was killed other drivers ran for cover and two people were slightly injured as dozens of bullets flew in the shoot out the slain officers been identified as thirty four year old Andrew more you junior police say they don't know why the suspect fired on more after marathon debate leaders in Culver city approved.

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"celia clark" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:35 min | 2 years ago

"celia clark" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is W. NYC I'm lance lucky with a look at our very wet forecast about seventy three degrees into the early morning and showers become likely later in the morning maybe severe thunderstorms in the afternoon and through the evening some could produce heavy rainfall showers and thunderstorms taper off into early Wednesday then partly sunny tomorrow the high eighty one this is W. NYC man H. D. N. A. M. New York good morning immigrants who want legal permanent status in the United States will have to follow new rules they could be denied green cards for getting government help like food stamps and housing vouchers it's morning edition from NPR news this hour we learned about the land Maxwell a close friend of the late Jeffrey upstate I'm Mitchell Martin and I'm David green in court documents several women say she helped run his alleged sex trafficking ring that is something that she denies also professor even candy on what it means to be anti racist and why he thinks racist is an insult and the trump administration is pressing companies to cut ties with Chinese tech sign while way how could that affect US businesses it's Tuesday August thirteenth John Slattery known as Roger sterling on mad men turns fifty seven years old the news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly a long time friend of the man charged with killing nine people in Dayton Ohio is also facing charges April Leslie with member station W. Y. SO says authorities believe the suspect's friend help to purchase body armor and assemble the weapon used in the attack twenty four year old Ethan calling is charged with illegally owning firearms and lying about his drug use on a federal form in order to acquire them at the I. officials also allege Kali provided body armor and a high capacity magazine to Connor bats the leader used them in the attack U. S. attorney Benjamin Glassman says that in itself isn't a crime there was not any indication for example that bats would himself have been any more or less disqualified from buying any of these things than Cali according to the affidavit Kali store the items at his home in order to hide them from the gunmen's parents Glassman says Kali isn't accused of participating in planning the shooting for NPR news on April Leslie and date the California highway patrol says it doesn't know why a man opened fire yesterday during a traffic stop near a freeway in riverside the suspect entered his vehicle and pulled out a rifle unknown caliber rifle and he engaged officer with multiple gunshots that Scott Parker the assistant chief of the highway patrol the officer was killed other officers exchanged gunfire with the suspect who was also killed two officers were wounded authorities say they were impounding the suspect's truck when the shooting started it happened on interstate two fifteen east of Los Angeles Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is criticizing the Chinese government for its response to ongoing pro democracy demonstrations in Hong Kong Celia Clark with member station W. S. K. H. reports to were called China's treatment of US industry repair admitting it's a rare instance where he agrees with the president's position he accused the Chinese government of violating their agreement to keep Hong Kong democratic he also criticized their surveillance and treatment of the weaker ethnic minority I think China is proving to be not a good neighbor on economics on politics on treating people properly and you mainly and I hope will be this tough as we can on them Schumer says he'd like to see all countries of the world place stricter tariffs on China for NPR news I'm Celia Clark in Ithaca some airline flights have been taking off today from Hong Kong's airport many flights were canceled yesterday when thousands of protesters crowded the airport's main terminal it was a down day for stocks in Asia shares were lower in China after the government reported a drop in bank lending and an industry group said auto sales declined in July they were down almost four percent this is NPR news from Washington president trump heads to western Pennsylvania today to promote the nation's oil and gas industry he'll be speaking at a shell petrol chemical plant northwest of Pittsburgh with energy production booming in the US to impart to fracking dozens of scientists are meeting in Washington today to try to establish guidelines on how to responsibly create genetically modified babies and P. R.'s rob Stein has the latest a Chinese scientist shocked the world last year when he announced he had created the world's first genetically modified babies twin girls whose DNA he tried to add it to protect them from aids scientism bioethicists around the world condemned his actions as premature and you're responsible so an international commission formed to develop strict criteria that scientists would have to meet before anyone tries to produce gene edited babies again the eighteen member commission led by the US and the UK is meeting for the first time in Washington rob Stein NPR news the latest round of Afghan peace talks between the US and the Taliban has ended without an agreement this was the eighth round of negotiations held in Qatar a spokesman for the Taliban describes the discussions as long and useful without offering specifics the trump administration wants guarantees from the militant group that Afghanistan will not be used as a base for terrorism going forward there's been no immediate comment from the US envoy involved in the talks the war began nearly eighteen years ago after the September eleventh terror attacks I'm David Mattingly NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the Joyce foundation committed to advancing racial equity and economic mobility for the next generation and the Great Lakes region learn more at choice FDN dot org and the any eat Casey foundation this is W. NYC and W. NYC dot org good morning I'm lance lucky.

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"celia clark" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"celia clark" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And so in the future we will be doing the species I think forty rules for all of this is right critics say the enforcement changes will make more animals vulnerable to extinction California and Massachusetts are threatening to take the matter to court Democrats and Republicans are weighing in on the apparent suicide of wealthy sex offender Jeffrey up steam Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says he's too wants to know how Epstein ended up dying in a federal jail in New York from member station W. SKG Celia Clark has more Schumer says he believes the FBI director Christopher ray will conduct a thorough investigation and there's no reason for Congress to begin an investigation of apps teen suicide I have a lot of faith in the F. B. I. and I just think everyone ought to leave me alone and they to leave no stone unturned Jeffrey Epstein apparently killed himself while in custody in a federal detention facility he was awaiting trial on federal charges of sex trafficking and conspiracy for NPR news I'm Celia Clark in Ithaca flights are again moving in and out of Hong Kong's International Airport dozens of planes were grounded Monday during a mass demonstration most of the protesters had left by Tuesday morning they are opposing what many are calling an erosion of Hong Kong's autonomy from mainland China protesters are also demanding the resignation of Hong Kong's chief executive Carrie lam the US government budget deficit rose by a hundred and eighty three billion dollars to a total of eight hundred sixty seven billion dollars in the first ten months of the current budget year spending for more than twice as fast as tax collections the treasury department says the deficit for the current fiscal year through July is up twenty seven percent from the same period a year ago the Congressional Budget Office expects the deficit to start exceeding one trillion dollars a year in twenty twenty two on Asian stock market shares are lower following a down day on Wall Street this is NPR news from KQED news I mean it came the youngest victim of the Gilroy mass shooting two weeks ago was buried today six year old Steven Romero was remembered by about three hundred people as an outgoing kid who loved comics and Batman Romero was killed in the July twenty eighth shooting as was thirteen year old Kayla Salazar and twenty five year old Trevor Herby the shooter also died of a self inflicted gunshot wound Romero had just celebrated his birthday in June at lego land he was the last of the victims to be laid to rest more than a dozen people were wounded in the shooting federal and local law enforcement are still searching for a motive the agency that oversees California's oil and gas industry has launched a review of how it approves thousands of oil wells that's amid revelations the state's divison of oil gas and geothermal resources or Dogger may have handed out underground steam injection permits without doing the appropriate work daughter employees tell the desert sands Janet Wilson the division you so called dummy files that lacked projects scrutiny to wrongly issue permits these aren't in dire mentalist who are raising these concerns the other employees inside the agency who actually believe in the mission of the agency in terms of oil and gas extraction but they say the law is not being followed and they want the law to be silent doctor says the use of dummy files was temporary and the projects.

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"celia clark" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"celia clark" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Girls, the preacher baking, miraculously, healing the business executive dumping poison the water supply seal later from the TV cameras trying to look trite, but maybe his wife mama, standing next door. When the camera pans out. There's someone else someone listening to his every word some with tears in their is imagine the comeback and the guy on stage on not even know who they are. Trance snap judgment. We probably present true believers. Amazing stories from people who trust Jeff. Storytelling with beat right after this break, stay. Two. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Barbara Klein American manufacturers are welcoming President Trump's announcement that he's lifting tariffs on stealing aluminum imports from Mexico and Canada. So is Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as Dan carpenter reports Trudeau says the tariffs twenty five percent on steel and ten percent on a luminous were a major barrier to moving forward with the new North American Free trade deal. Now that they've been lifted the two governments can set a time line for ratification of that deal, Washington oughta will lift the tariffs, and Canada's countermeasures and end all litigation before the WTO Canada's foreign minister said today oughta will move quickly to ratify the pact New York dairy farmers are calling on the Trump administration to expand a visa program for temporary immigrant farmworkers the plea comes as President Trump announced his. Plans for merit based immigration system. This week. Celia Clark reports the New York farm bureau says farmers need more workers, the current visa program called H two eight only allows workers in the country temporarily for such work as fruit and vegetable harvesting, but dairies, one of the state's biggest agricultural industries. New York is the country's number one yogurt producer Lauren Williams works on policy issues at the New York armed bureau. Currently dairy farmers aren't able to access that program because noting house is not considered seasonal the program accounts for more than seven thousand farm workers every year in the states. Five billion dollar agricultural economy for NPR news. I'm Celia Clark in Ithaca, New York. US officials and human rights groups are demanding a full investigation into the killing this week of US citizen in Nicaragua. As Maria Martin reports. Eddie Montas was arrested during anti-government protests and allegedly died at the hands of guards. That prison outside Managua one. This was born in got and raised in the US where he joined the navy. He later return to date of land to study medicine and bought farmland to make us future there. He was arrested in oak Tober, during anti-government protests and was jailed in prison Thursday, while the international Red Cross was visiting one this died in a scuffle with guards. The government says they acted in self defense when this tried to take one of their guns seventeen other prisoners for reportedly wounded or tortured. The incident for NPR news a money Martin. The plain states are.

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"celia clark" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"celia clark" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR news in Washington, I'm Barbara fine. American manufacturers are welcoming President Trump's announcement that he's lifting tariffs on steel in aluminum imports from Mexico and Canada. So is Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as Dan carpenter reports Trudeau says the tariffs twenty-five percent on steel and ten percent on aluminum were a major barrier to moving forward with the new North American Free trade deal now that they've been lifted the two governments can set a timeline for ratification of that deal. Washington and Ottawa will lift the tariffs and Canada's countermeasures than end all litigation before the WTO Canada's foreign minister said today auto will move quickly to ratify the pact New York dairy farmers are calling on the Trump administration to expand visa program for temporary immigrant farmworkers the plea comes as President Trump announced his plans for merit based immigration system this week, Phil. Clark reports the New York farm bureau says farmers need more workers, the current visa program called H, two A only allows workers in the country temporarily for such work as fruit and vegetable harvesting, but dairies, one of the state's biggest agricultural industries. New York is the country's number one yogurt producer Lauren Williams works on policy issues at the New York farm bureau currently dairy farmers aren't able to access that program because milking cows is not considered seasonal the program accounts for more than seven thousand farm workers every year in the states, five billion dollar agricultural economy for NPR news. I'm Celia Clark in Ithaca, New York. US officials and human rights groups are demanding a full investigation into the killing this week of a US citizen in Nicaragua as Maria Martin reports. Eddie Montus was arrested during anti-government protests and allegedly died at the hands of guards at a prison outside Managua one. This was born in got at raised. In the US where he joined the navy. He made a return to state of land to study medicine and bought farmland to make us future there. He was arrested in October. During anti-government protests was jailed in the low prison of Thursday, while the international Red Cross was visiting want this died in a scuffle with guards. The government says they acted in self defense when month is tried to take one of their guns seventeen other prisoners for reportedly wounded or tortured. The incident for NPR news. A mighty mart, the plain states are.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"celia clark" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"After this hour's news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Barbara fine. American manufacturers are welcoming President Trump's announcement that he's lifting tariffs on stealing aluminum imports from Mexico and Canada. So is Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as Dan carpet. Chuck reports Trudeau says the tariffs twenty-five percent on steel and ten percent on aluminum were a major barrier to moving forward with the new North American Free trade deal now that they've been lifted the two governments can set a timeline for ratification of that deal. Washington and Ottawa will lift the tariffs and Canada's countermeasures than end all litigation before the WTO Canada's foreign minister said today, Ottawa will move quickly to ratify the pact New York dairy farmers are calling on the Trump administration to expand a visa program for temporary immigrant farmworkers the plea comes as President Trump announced his plans for merit based immigration system. This. This week. Celia Clark reports the New York farm bureau says farmers need more workers, the current visa program called H two eight only allows workers in the country temporarily for such work as fruit and vegetable harvesting, but dare as one of the state's biggest agricultural industries New York is the country's number one yogurt producer Lauren Williams works on policy issues at the New York farm bureau currently dairy farmers aren't able to access that program because milking cows is not considered seasonal the program accounts for more than seven thousand farm workers every year in the states, five billion dollar agricultural economy for NPR news. I'm Celia Clark in New York. US officials and human rights groups, so demanding a full investigation into the killing this week of the US citizen in Nicaragua as Maria Martin reports. Eddie Montas was arrested during anti-government protests and allegedly died at the hands of guards at a prison outside Managua one this was born and he got and raced in the US where he joined the navy. He later returned to his native land to study medicine and bought farmland to make us future there. He was arrested in October. During anti-government protests was jailed in more than prison of Thursday, while the international Red Cross was visiting one this died in a scuffle with guards. The government says they acted in self defense when this tried to take one of their guns seventeen other prisoners for reportedly wounded or tortured. The incident for NPR news, a muddy mart, the plain states are.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"celia clark" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's the New Yorker radio hour that's coming up at ten o'clock on ninety three point nine FM, followed by wait. Wait, don't tell me at eleven fifty eight degrees right now. Sunny skies, today, high of seventy four degrees. It's WNYC at eight o'clock. This is WNYC FM HD and AM, New York. President Trump's trade war with China is not the only trade tension in town. The White House is also considering imposing sanctions on cars and auto parts from Europe and Japan. Also this hour, there was a suicide crisis in the United States. More police officers now, die by suicide than are killed by an aggressor. We'll speak with the widows of four officers who took their own lives about losing their husbands to suicide. Plus New York City has lots to say about mayor de Blasios presidential campaign. What does the rest of the country make of democratic primary candidate number twenty three? He has been part of the national discussion when it comes to, you know, through the leaders of the progressive movement for quite some time. But since then he's been surpassed it is Saturday may eighteenth. I'm David I in its weekend edition on WNYC. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Amy held Missouri. Democrats are speaking out against a Bill banning abortions after eight weeks of pregnancy. The Republican led legislature approved the measure yesterday. It provides an exception for medical emergencies, but not for rape, or incest. Republican governor Mike Parsons says he will sign the Bill into law. There's going to be challenges this, you'll notice all started in nineteen Seventy-three. There's going to be court challenge to this issue throughout the years to come. We all know that to ten year year, everybody pretty well, has her view. It's a very emotional issue for a lot of people. They're going to have their view of the support of they don't earlier this week Alabama passed in your total ban on abortions. The measures could make their way to the supreme court in challenge to the Roe versus Wade decision that legalized abortion, in the nineteen seventies attorney general William bar was L Salvador this week to discuss cracking down on the flow of migration toward the US border. But Celia Clark reports from New York state that dairy farmers, there say the White House should look at expanding of visa program for temporary. Immigrant farm workers. The New York farm bureau says farmers need more workers, the current visa program called H, two A only allows workers in the country temporarily for such work as fruit and vegetable harvesting, but dairies, one of the state's biggest agricultural industries. New York is the country's number one yogurt producer Lauren Williams works on policy issues at the New York farm bureau currently dairy farmers aren't able to access that program because milking cows is not considered seasonal the program accounts for more than seven thousand farm workers every year in the states, five billion dollar agricultural economy for NPR news. I'm Celia Clark.

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02:48 min | 2 years ago

"celia clark" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Get you ED San Francisco and QE I north highlands, Sacramento at five o'clock. From NPR news in Washington DC this weekend. Nick. I'm scotch I'm and they're now more than twice as many suicides homicides in the United States police officers are particularly effective. Melissa's wailed husband David was an LAPD officer. She recalls how we'd look at video from his body Cam. I remember looking at this napping, I don't know how you can do this and savvy after so much time. He couldn't what loved ones of police who have taken their lives have learned and later, the weakened politics, immigration and investigation, the history of a storied Hollywood, hideaway and Cold War Cuban-American radio soaps and the story of agent double o nine, I our newscast Saturday Mateen, two thousand nineteen. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Amy held Missouri. Democrats are speaking out against a Bill banning abortions after eight weeks of pregnancy. The Republican led legislature approved measure yesterday. It provides an exception for medical emergencies, but not for rape, or incest. Republican governor Mike Parsons, says he will sign the Bill into law, there's going to be challenges this, y'all know this all started in nineteen Seventy-three. There's going to be court challenge to this issue throughout the years to come. We all know that to ten here year. Everybody pretty well has their view. It's a very emotional issue for a lot of people. They're going to have their view of this support. They don't earlier this week Alabama passed in your total ban on abortions. The measures could make their way to the supreme court in a challenge to the Roe versus Wade decision that legalized abortion, in the nineteen seventies attorney general William bar was in El Salvador this week to discuss cracking down on the flow of migration toward the US. Border. But Celia Clark reports from New York state that dairy farmers, there say the White House should look at expanding. A visa program for temporary. Immigrant farm workers. The New York farm bureau says farmers need more workers, the current visa program called H two eight only allows workers in the country temporarily for such work as fruit and vegetable harvesting but dairies one of the state's biggest agricultural industries New York is the country's number one yogurt producer Lauren Williams works on policy issues at the New York farm bureau currently dairy farmers aren't able to access that program because milking cows is not considered seasonal the program accounts for more than seven thousand farm workers every year in the states, five billion dollar agricultural economy for NPR news. I'm Celia Clark.

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04:22 min | 2 years ago

"celia clark" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Good morning. New york. New Jersey and fourteen other states are suing President Trump over his emergency declaration to fund his wall on the US Mexico border. We'll get the latest. I'm Kerry Nolan. A new poll finds a majority of Americans don't think there's an emergency at all. In rural Oklahoma, many people with HIV don't find out until they've developed aids which indicates that they didn't get tested until they've been living with the disease for six eight ten years and with the deer population surging in New Jersey, lawmakers are trying to figure out what to do. It's Tuesday February nineteenth and this is morning edition on WNYC. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. Vermont independent Senator Bernie Sanders is running again for the democratic presidential nomination. He announced the news this morning on Vermont public radio. NPR's Scott detro- says since Sanders, I try at the presidency in two thousand sixteen some democratic candidates policies. Have changed is making an argument that if you look at how we ran in two thousand sixteen he was criticized by a lot of Democrats for being too extreme not realistic in the policies. He was talking about three years later a big chunk of the Democratic Party has signed onto a lot of his proposals. Things like Medicare for all a fifteen dollars. Minimum wage. Nearly everyone else running for president is campaigning on those policies. NPR's Scott detro-, sixteen US states are suing President Trump over his declaration of a national emergency. He's seeking to move money already allocated by congress to fund construction of a southern border wall. Senate democratic. Leader Chuck Schumer says the lawsuits should be successful because there is no border crisis from member station. W S K G Celia Clark reports Schumer says previous declarations were legitimate. But Trump's is not he cited one by George W Bush after nine eleven and another by George H W Bush before the first Gulf war as examples this one doesn't fit emergency because it was debated by congress. And you know, it's been a problem that's been going on for a long time as opposed to the media problem Schumer spoke at an event and Almira New York on the president's day holiday rallies were held around the country protesting the president's national emergency declaration for NPR news. I'm Celia Clark in New York. The North Carolina State board of elections has begun meetings to determine whether to call a new election in the states ninth district as NPR's miles parks reports last night's hearing was the first time the state board revealed anything about its month long investigation state board. Investigators oaken a hearing by saying there was ever. Quote, coordinated unlawful and substantially resource absentee ballots scheme during the twentieth. Eighteen midterms the first witness called in a hearing was Lisa Brit. She said she was paid to pick up ballots by a political operative higher by Republican Mark Harris. That's a legal in North Carolina. Brit also said the political operative whose name is McRae. Dallas tried to interfere in the state board investigation by telling her what to say at the hearing stayed called to testify, but he declined if the board subpoenas testimony he would have to be granted immunity, according to the board. And chairman Robert Cordell said he was not willing to provide that miles parks. NPR news, Raleigh, North Carolina. The head designer and creative director of the Chanel fashion. House. Karl Lagerfeld has died the renowned fashion designer known for his white ponytail. High collars and dark glasses came to Chanel in the early eighties. He guarded the company's signature look from it's costly gowns to pricey leather handbags his age is thought to be about eighty five. He also had. His own label. You're listening to NPR and this is morning edition on WNYC in New York at eight o four good morning. I'm Kerry Nolan. We've got delays on New Jersey transit's marris, and Essex and main Bergen Porteous lines this morning. There are delays on the Long Island railroad's, Montauk branch and on metro North's New Haven line that doodoo some power issues near the Devon bridge on the subways. We have delays on F and l trains..

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KQED Radio

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"celia clark" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Now, he's trying to use US influence to change the government in Venezuela. We'll talk with a former US ambassador about the risks of US intervention and a new book about climate change outlines the best case scenario for the planet, and it's higher than the two degrees of warming, many thought would be catastrophic. It's Tuesday February nineteenth to musician. Seal. Turns fifty six years old today. News is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. Vermont independent Senator Bernie Sanders. He's running again for the democratic presidential nomination. He announced the news this morning on Vermont public radio. NPR's Scott detro- says since Sanders, I try the presidency in two thousand sixteen some democratic candidates policies. Have changed is making an argument that if you look at how we ran in two thousand sixteen he was criticized by a lot of Democrats for being too extreme not realistic in the policies. He was talking about three years later a big chunk of the Democratic Party has signed onto a lot of his proposals. Things like Medicare for all a fifteen dollars. Minimum wage. Nearly everyone else running for president is campaigning on those policies. NPR's? Scott detro- sixteen US dates are suing President Trump over his declaration of a national emergency. He's seeking to move money already allocated by congress to fund construction of a southern border wall. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer says the lawsuit. It's should be successful. Because there is no border crisis from member station. W S K G Celia clerk reports she were says previous declarations were legitimate. But Trump's is not he cited one by George W Bush after nine eleven and another by George H W Bush before the first Gulf war as examples this one doesn't fit in emergency because it was debated by congress. And you know, it's been a problem that's been going on for long time as opposed to an immediate problem. Humor spoke at an event and Almira New York on the president's day holiday rallies were held around the country protesting the president's national emergency declaration for NPR news. I'm Celia Clark in New York. The North Carolina State board of elections has begun meetings to determine whether to call a new election in the states ninth district as NPR's miles perks reports last night hearing was the first time the state board revealed anything about its month long investigation state board. Investigators open a hearing by saying there was evidence of a quote coordinated. Unlawful and substantially resource absentee ballots game during the two thousand eighteen midterms the first witness called in a hearing was Lisa Brett she said she was paid to pick up ballots by political operative higher by Republican Mark Harris. That's a legal North Carolina. Brit also said the political operative whose name is McCray. Dallas tried to interfere in the state board investigation by telling her what to say at the hearing state board called Dallas testify, but he declined if the board which subpoenas testimony he would have to be granted immunity, according to the board. And chairman Robert Cordell said he was not willing to provide that miles parks..

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

"celia clark" Discussed on KCRW

"Of the drugs that come in. Don't come across the border. Don't come across the unguarded order where we're talking about what to put their but comes through the portals of entry. The Bill was introduced by Senator Sherrod Brown. And Rob Portman for NPR news. I'm Celia Clark in at the canoe York prolific and best selling military, author w e beam Griffin died on February twelfth at the age of eighty nine a family notice said he had cancer Griffin whose real name was William e Butterworth a third served in the Korean war. He wrote more than two hundred books and had many popular novels such as badge of honor, I'm korva Coleman. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring Warren employers can post jobs and you screener questions to build their short list up referred candidates. Learn more at indeed dot com slash higher and the corporation for public broadcasting. This is morning edition on Casey audible, you ahead on morning edition. Democrats don't just differ with Republicans on immigration. But also with each other. It's pretty easy to talk about things that we shouldn't do. But there is not a lot of space to talk about what we should do to make this process functional more on this divide, and how the party has shifted dramatically on immigration over time. That's coming up on morning edition here on KCRW. Today on press play Louis C K and on sorry are back touring the country both took a break after facing sexual misconduct. Allegations has to change anything in the comedy industry, female comedians are getting more media attention, but only within the realm of talking about the misdeeds of other male comedians, Madeline brand working in comedy in the metoo era today at one on press play on KCRW. On the newest episode of nocturnal. Is.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"celia clark" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A diverse crowd gathered outside of Atlanta's immigration court to the cry President Trump's emergency declaration, which is an effort to secure funding to build a border wall. I'm if Gupta who attended the protests says this declaration affects more than just the people living along the Mexican border this, national and international decision. So I mean, what one individual wants can't be used to take away the rights of others Gupta and other rally-goers call this a fake emergency. The ACLU also announced it would be suing Trump over the decoration for NPR news. I'm Ross Terrell in Atlanta, the union representing West Virginia teachers, urging members to strike over an education reform Bill calling for the state's first charter schools. The unions has public school teachers were given no say in the matter. They held a nine day walkout nearly a year ago sparking protests in several states for higher pay and better working conditions for teachers. President Trump is urging Venezuela's military to support opposition leader one Guido. Trump told an audience of mostly Venezuelan ex patriots in Miami Monday that Nicolas Maduro socialist policies have destroyed their home country not long ago. Venezuela was the wealthiest Dacian by far in South America. But years of socialist rule have brought this once thriving nation. To the brink of ruin Trump says all options are open as his administration seeks a peaceful transition of power in Venezuela. Meanwhile, Maduro says his government will continue to reject US aid, and we'll await help from Russia. One of the few countries that still support his regime. The Kremlin says it is carefully. Monitoring the case of Michael Calvi, an American businessman who is being detained in Russia on fraud charges from Moscow NPR's Lucian, Kim reports that a Russian judge has ordered county held until mid-april Michael Calvi came to Moscow in the nine hundred ninety s and founded one of Russia's most successful private equity firms the graduate of the university of Oklahoma was arrested last week after being accused of defrauding business partners out of almost forty million dollars. President Vladimir Putin's spokesman Dmitry peskov told reporters the Kremlin was keeping track of the case and hoped it wouldn't affect Russia's investment climate Petkova tensions between the US and Russia had no. No way created added risks for the businessman, a spokeswoman for the US embassy in Moscow told the Interfax news agency that Calvi would receive all necessary consular support Lucian, Kim NPR news Moscow. You're listening to NPR news. A new round of trade talks between the United States and China is set to begin Tuesday in Washington. A White House statement says among other things the two sides will discuss China's pledge to purchase a substantial amount of goods and services from the US. Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer is backing a twenty million dollar Bill to help small police departments purchase devices to safely detect sentinel. The combination of Fendt Nolan heroin is one cause a fatal overdoses in the US w SKG Celia Clark reports from New York in front of the mayor and officers from the New York police department Schumer said the power act offers grants to small police departments to purchase a portable device that can safely detect vent know without opening suspected packages. It's legally manufactured in China, then shipped into the US where it's mixed with heroin and other drugs, then sold to users Schumer says this highlights the need for technology. Not physical barriers like a wall. Ninety percent of the drugs that come in. Don't come across the border. Don't come across the unguarded order where we're talking about what to put their but come through the portals of entry. The Bill was introduced by Senator Sherrod Brown. And Rob Portman for NPR news. I'm Celia Clark in the New York. The International Rescue Committee says more than sixty people have died in recent weeks after making their way out of the last area controlled by ISIS in eastern Syria committee spokesman Paul Donohoe says at least sixty two people mostly small children died in transit to a northern Syria camp for the displays or soon after arriving there. He says exhaustion and malnutrition are the main causes of death..

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"celia clark" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"celia clark" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"A diverse crowd gathered outside of Atlanta's immigration court to the cry President Trump's emergency declaration, which is an effort to secure funding to build a border wall. I'm if Gupta who attended the protests says this declaration affects more than just the people living along the Mexican border, and this is a national and international decision. So I mean, what one individual wants can't be used to take away the rights of others Gupta and other rally-goers called this a fake emergency. The ACLU also announced it would be suing Trump over the declaration for NPR news. I'm Ross Terrell in Atlanta, Liam representing West Virginia teachers, urging members to strike over an education reform Bill calling for the state's first charter schools. The unions has public school teachers were given no say in the matter. They held a nine day walkout nearly a year ago sparking protests in several states for higher pay and better working conditions for teachers. President Trump is urging Venezuela's military to support opposition leader Guido. Trump told an audience of mostly Venezuelan ex patriots in Miami Monday that Nicolas Maduro socialist policies have destroyed their home country not long ago. Venezuela was the wealthiest Dacian by far in South America. But years of socialist rule have brought this once thriving nation. To the brink of ruin Trump says all options are open as his administration seeks a peaceful transition of power in Venezuela. Meanwhile, Maduro says his government will continue to reject US aid, and we'll await help from Russia. One of the few countries that still support his regime. The Kremlin says it is carefully. Monitoring the case of Michael Calvi. An American businessman who is being detained in Russia on fraud charges for Moscow NPR's. Lucian Kim reports that Russian judge has ordered county held until mid-april Michael Calvi came to Moscow in the nineteen ninety s and founded one of Russia's most successful private equity firms the graduate of the university of Oklahoma was arrested last week after being accused of defrauding business partners out of almost forty million dollars. President Vladimir Putin's spokesman Dmitry peskov told reporters the Kremlin was keeping track of the case and hoped it wouldn't affect Russia's investment climate peskov tensions between the US and Russia had no. No way created added risks for the businessman, a spokeswoman for the US embassy in Moscow told the Interfax news agency that Calvi would receive all necessary consular support Lucian, Kim NPR news Moscow. You're listening to NPR news. A new round of trade talks between the United States and China is set to begin Tuesday in Washington. A White House statement says among other things the two sides will discuss China's pledge to purchase a substantial amount of goods and services from the US. Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer is backing a twenty million dollar Bill to help small police departments purchase devices to safely detect sentinel. The combination of Fendt Nolan heroin is one cause a fatal overdoses in the US w SKG Celia Clark reports from New York in front of the mayor and officers from the New York police department Schumer said the power act offers grants to small police departments to purchase a portable device that can safely detect thin. No without opening suspected packages. It's legally manufactured in China than shipped into the US where it's mixed with heroin and other drugs, then sold to users Schumer says this highlights the need protect -nology, not physical barriers like a wall..

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