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02:49 min | 1 year ago

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"President Biden will be attending a Memorial Day observance this morning at Arlington National Cemetery. Yesterday, the president paid tribute to his late son Beau at a commemoration in Newcastle, Delaware. Beau Biden was a U. S military veteran who died six years ago of brain cancer. NPR's Scott Dentro says later this week, the president plans to meet again with Senate Republicans to try to negotiate a deal on infrastructure. These proposals are going to start being turned into an actual bill in house committees in about a week. So well bite and definitely sees political value in a deal and even in trying for a deal, he may be ready to ultimately try and do this along partisan lines again if talks are not any closer this time next week. Schools and universities and nearly half of Afghanistan are being ordered to close for two weeks because of spikes in new Corona virus infections. NPR's DEA Hadeed reports. While testing writes a very low one. Government documents showed that about 30% of those tested for covered 19 just this Saturday were found to have the disease. Afghanistan has struggled to cope with the pandemic testing rights and lo the country is relying on international aid of vaccines and even delivering the vials that arrive is a struggle with clashes in parts of the country, combined with the lack of awareness about covert 19. There is no trading today on Wall Street because of the holiday. This is NPR news. At 6 31. You're listening to KCRW news. I'm Matt Gillam Ah, Judge in Northern California has granted class action status to a gender discrimination lawsuit filed against Google. The suit was brought by four female former employees who accused the tech giant of paying women less than their male counterparts. A sort of cherry Glaser has the details. That class action status means the Ford lead plaintiffs in the case will now be allowed to represent a group of almost 11,000 women. The plaintiffs who since left, Google alleged the company paid women almost $17,000 a year less than men doing comparable work under similar conditions. Bloomberg reports. The lawsuit seeks more than $600 million in damages. The case was originally filed in 2017. The same year. The U. S Labor Department sue Google for what it called systematic compensation and hiring discrimination involving women as well as Asian workers and job, African, said offices in California and Washington. Google says it carries out a pay equity analysis annually, which last year alone led two races for more than 2300 employees. These interviews. Cherry Glaser reporting. A lawyer for the plaintiffs says the trial could start next year. Look out. The leaders and fire officials unveiled a painted lifeguard tower Friday on Mother's beach in Marina del Rey. That's supposed to convey a message. It's promoting a new L, a County Fire Department initiative. According to supervisor Janice Hahn. Sirens of silence is a comprehensive.

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01:39 min | 1 year ago

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"News in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the Biden administration is working with Egypt to bolster the current cease fire between Israel and Hamas. Lincoln is in Cairo today, where he spoke at the US Embassy after talks with Egypt's president, Foreign minister and intelligence chief. Former Republican senator and U. S Navy Secretary John Warner has died at the age of 94. He died of heart failure at his home outside Washington. Warner served as chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee and was once married to actress Elizabeth Taylor. Federal trial is underway in West Virginia involving opioids, Three of the nation's largest distributors are accused of continuing to ship millions of opioid pills to pharmacies. Despite years of evidence they were being diverted for illegal use. NPR's Brian Mann reports We heard from executive Michael Oriente, who oversees opioid shipments for McKesson. That's one of the company's being sued in civil court documents show. He and other executives kept raising the amount of opioids that pharmacies could order. But our anti pointed out that McKesson told the U. S Drug Enforcement Administration exactly how its safety monitoring system worked. And for the most part, he said, federal regulators allowed it to keep happening, and that's really the argument that's being made by the drug industry that they were just filling legal prescriptions with oversight from the government. This is NPR news. You're listening to KCRW. I'm Cherry Glaser. People took to the streets of downtown Los Angeles yesterday to mark the one year anniversary of George Floyd's murder and commemorate his legacy..

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01:49 min | 1 year ago

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"And now I have it on all day every day. Keep up the fantastic work Shoutouts to know Veena and Anthony. We call them the twins. I can kind of slightly a little bit. Oh, it's like that movie, you know, was it called twins, and they were totally different. Really? I'm Arnold in your Danny DeVito. Okay. We'll let you have that one today. I think we're both Arnold. And they continued. Another shot out to Madeleine Brand. Yes. Cherry Glaser? Yes. One on the yes. In all the president's lawyers and the rest of the gang, keep up the great work. So thank you so much. And Louis and Redondo Beach is saying, calling out all South Bay KCRW listeners to join And be a part of something you know, in your heart matters. KCRW Louis in Redondo Beach. So if you are in Redondo Beach, don't let Louis down. If you're in the South Bay join right now that right love. It went around fried steak, and Louis added a gift. So that's just really showing how much Louis loves the station. So thank you, Louis and Amy and Brunswick, Georgia. You grab that MB Ito. Thank you so much, Amy. Amy says, love you guys so much, Even though I've never lived in California. I pretend I do every day by streaming you guys after listening to G b g P B and WaMu mornings become a collective is my absolute favorite. Thank you for all you do. Thank you, Amy for listening, even though you never lived here. That is true dedication. Use your curiosity. Imagine, you know, when I was a kid. We used to live by the freeway now used to close my eyes and imagine it was the beach. Anyway. Moving on California's what you're saying exactly connecting the dots. This is Casey. Ow, And we're in the final stretch of our drive to the future. Definitely reach out and connect with us, Casey To be dot com slash give. Don't forget that challenge Grant case you, Toby. Memberships fits any budget. Join us at a $5 a month or maybe a $20 a month. Whatever. You cannot make a one time gift just to say thank you. Whatever the amount to do what you can do what you gotta do. Help us.

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01:33 min | 1 year ago

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"Be joined by Todd Rundgren and the go Go's who have each been eligible for decades. 1990 Carole King was inducted as a songwriter but will now also be recognized for her recording career. Similarly, Tina Turner was inducted 30 years ago as part of Aiken, Tina Turner, and she now gets a solo induction is well. Rounding out this year's class is Foo Fighters led by Dave Groll. He was previously inducted as a member of Nirvana. This year ceremony takes place in October in Cleveland, the first time inductions are being held in person since 2019 for NPR news. I'm career Bhatia in Cleveland. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington this Wednesday You are listening to KCRW on Cherry Glaser get heavy here. With vaccinations increasing and the number of new Kobe case is falling across much of the U. S. The focus is shifting to life beyond lockdown. But there's also a growing consensus that the pandemic may not fully and for a while. So where does that leave all the pandemic relief programs you'll find out Come here. Looking for sunshine today after the morning burn off highs in the sixties along the coast seventy's a mid eighties in the Valley's pretty much the same Tomorrow should be cooler on.

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01:30 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Dave Mattingly. Industry analysts say gasoline prices in the U. S should remain stable if Colonial pipeline is able to resume normal operations within a few days. The company's pipeline extending from Texas to New England remains down this morning because of a ransomware attack. That pipeline delivers about 45% of the gasoline used on the east coast of the U. S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo says the White House is doing what it can. It's an all hands on deck effort right now. And we're working closely with the company, state and local officials to make sure that they get back up to normal operations as quickly as possible. Reportedly hackers with the group dark side our prime suspects. The Taliban say they will implement a three day cease fire in Afghanistan this week because of a Muslim holiday. Here's NPR's DEA Hadeed. The Taliban said the cease fire was for Afghans to celebrate Eid al Fitr. The Muslim holiday that follows the holy month of Ramadan. The ceasefire is expected to begin Wednesday or Thursday. The announcement came after days of the Taliban, ratcheting up their attacks on pro government forces. And hours after the ceasefire was announced, a roadside bomb detonated in southern Afghanistan, killing more than 10 people. Such bombs a typically left by Taliban insurgents. The Taliban deny bombing a girl's school in Kabul. This is NPR news. You're listening to KCRW. I'm Cherry Glaser. The deadline for approving.

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03:17 min | 1 year ago

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"Investments in jobs and infrastructure, like the ones we're talking about. Have often had bipartisan support in the past. Vice President Harry Harris and I met regularly in the Oval Office and Democrats Republican discuss the jobs plan. I applaud a group of Republican senators who just put forward their own proposal. So let's get to work. So what's that gonna mean going forward? You know, this is a big piece of what Biden sees as his potential legacy. You know, he wants this to transform the country. But if he can't get some of let's say some of those more ambitious climate pieces of agenda through some of those social safety net spending pieces that air in this does he break it up to go into You know something that's seems more bipartisan. You know, we know that top congressional leaders will be at the White House for talks in the next couple weeks. Meanwhile, Franco, he's gotta sell this to the American people, right? Yeah, well, the president and some of the cabinet are going to be doing a lot of traveling to build support for these plans. He's flying to Atlanta later today, and then he's going to travel to Philadelphia tomorrow. You know, the White House is calling this the great American back on track tour, and they're gonna be looking to drum up support from the American people for things like the American Families plan. NPR's Franco or Dona says, and Domenico Montanaro. Thanks to you both. We appreciate it. You won't keep This is NPR news, and I'm Cherry Glaser with this KCRW news update. Shares of the parent company of Talent agency giant W. M. E are starting to trade on Wall Street this morning in Deferred group Holdings, is making its debut on the New York Stock Exchange after it's scrapped an initial public offering or I P o year and a half ago because of lukewarm response by investors. KCRW's Larry PERL has the latest The company, which represents some of Hollywood's biggest stars, made the move in one of the highest profile Hollywood stock offerings ever. Endeavor is issuing over 21 million shares that as of yesterday were priced at 24 bucks apiece. W. L MEAN has said it aimed to raise around $500 million through the I P o and raise an additional $1.7 billion through a private sale for a 49% stake of UFC, the ultimate fighting championship. No word on how the appetite for a piece of the offering will be in the public market this time around, But it halted plans to debut in 2019, the company said. The underperformance of newly public companies at the time like uber lift and pellet on cause it to retreat at the last minute Now it remains to be seen if the effects of the pandemic which decimated the live concert theater, another Hollywood businesses. Generate enough interest for the public to roll the dice on the future of the company for KCRW. Unlikely, peral, you're listening to morning edition. Hey, it's no Vienna Caramel and today on morning becomes eclectic. You.

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02:09 min | 2 years ago

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"And at least three people dead. Not far from Ocean Isle Beach. There are reports of people still missing there. Heavy snow in Greece is bringing much of Athens to a standstill. Most public transportation is halted today. Island Ferries aren't running and sections of the country's main highway or shut down. Airline flights are being disrupted and covert 19 vaccinations in the capital are also postponed. Israel plans to reopen hotels, restaurants, gyms and other venues next week to those who've received covert 19 vaccinations or people who've recovered from the disease. NPR's Daniel Estrin has more from Jerusalem. Israel leads the world in vaccinations per capita about 60% of Israelis above 16 years old have been vaccinated or recovered from the virus pending final government approval. Israel aims to let them and on Lee them access gyms, pools, large restaurants, event halls, conferences, hotels. And cultural and sports events. Israel hopes those perks will convince the remaining 40% of hesitant Israelis to get vaccinated. Also, Israeli officials are debating whether to allow 1000 Russian vaccines into Gaza for Palestinian medical workers. It's a sensitive political issue for Israel whether to allow vaccines into the territory ruled by its enemy Hamas. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington. On this Tuesday. You are listening to KCRW. I'm Cherry Glaser. Good too heavy here. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is coming under fire. Critics accuse his administration of not being up front. About the scope of nursing home deaths related to cove in 19, You'll get the details coming up in about 10 minutes. Well, sounds like siege. He has their hands full with the SIG alert in San Dimas. It's on the North bound 57 at the a verity the right four lanes or taken away for the next hour..

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03:39 min | 2 years ago

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"In Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston. Security is expected to be tight on Capitol Hill today as thean Peach mint trial of former President Donald Trump gets underway. MPR's Giles Snyder reports. Thousands of National Guard troops remain in Washington D C following last month's violent attack on the U. S Capitol building, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby told reporters at the total cost of keeping National Guard troops in Washington D C through mid March will approach $500 million. Cost estimate includes the initial deployment of nearly 26,000 guard troops to help protect President Biden's inauguration after the capital is storm by a violent pro trump mob. Several 1000 guard troops remain. NPR's Giles Snyder reporting, the Senate will decide whether to charge former President Trump with inciting an insurrection the trialist expected to last through next week. The National Transportation Safety Board has determined the cause of the fatal helicopter crash that killed basketball legend Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven other people on board. Investigators have ruled the crash was due to pilots, spatial disorientation. The helicopter plunged into a Los Angeles County hillside in January of last year. Dr. Trading mixed on Wall Street. At this hour, the Dow was down 65 points. NASDAQ Up 35 This is NPR news in Washington from KCRW. I'm Cherry Glaser with state and local headlines, aim or contagious very into the Corona virus from the UK is popping up in more places in California. Five counties have now detected. The strain, including several here in Southern California Governor Gavin Newsom was in San Diego yesterday, which has seen the most cases 153 cases of the UK very are here in the state of California. Now San Diegans, you understand this well. 138 of them have been identified here in San Diego. Orange County just announced its first case of San Clemente. Men tested positive for the strain after spending time in the big Bear area. That region has seen an outbreak to four cases were reported there last week and in L, a county of fifth case that the strain was announced yesterday. As New co Vered variants continued to appear, USC researchers say they've engineered a way to fight and possibly even prevent these mutations. They're using something straight out of a SciFi movie, Artificial intelligence KCRW's Daniel Cherry Guajillo explains. Maybe you're thinking of how from 2001 a Space Odyssey or Skynet from Terminator. The iconic if not scary, looks at artificial intelligence. But this AI is on our side, speeding up analysis of the virus and potential vaccines using by information from an international database, the AI created by a team at US he's Viterbi School of engineering, analyzes potential mutations and builds possible vaccine designs. According to Paul Book, Dan, one of the USC engineers who helped develop the eh, I'm it could provide vaccine candidates within seconds and hypothetically stay ahead of the meeting in Corona virus. Ah, study conducted by the university found the A predicted 26 possible vaccines that could work against the virus. Researchers then identified 11 of the best treatments to create candidates that attacked the proteins covert uses to attach itself to a host without computer modeling. Scientists are required to grow the virus in a lab deactivated and then treat it Guys start to speed up the process by months, if not years, KCRW I'm Daniel Cherry y O. And the cell in California gas company says is going to put up $1.3 million to fund the development off four hydrogen fuel technologies. The projects are part of the California Energy.

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02:41 min | 2 years ago

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"Court passing protesters this morning. Benjamin Netanyahu denied the charges in three cases, including fraud, breach of trust and bribery. The speaker of Israel's parliament is calling for this criminal case to be delayed, claiming it will interfere with Israel's upcoming elections in March. Netanyahu is the first sitting Israeli prime minister to face criminal charges for NPR news. I'm here a smuggler in Jerusalem. You're listening to NPR news. At 604. I'm Cherry Glaser with KCRW news. Some churches in Southern California and around the state opened their doors to worshippers this weekend. This came after state Supreme Court decision that lifted the state's ban on indoor services during the pandemic. Pasadena's Harvest Rock church was one of two churches that brought the lawsuit along with one in Chula Vista, near San Diego. Harvest rocks, senior Pastor Che on told Katie L. A. The Supreme Court decision was a major victory. For freedom of religion, And so now we can worship all the churches come worship. Not only in California I think this is where the body of Christ, I think that people can worship in perpetuity. So in future pandemics, they don't they will think twice before locking down the church before Friday's ruling indoor worship services were banned in purple tiered counties. Those deemed to be it widespread risk of Corona virus transmission, and that's the vast majority of the state. It wasn't a complete victory for churches, The justices said California can still limit attendants to 25% of capacity for indoor services and restrict singing and chanting inside. Up in her. Gavin Newsom's office this weekend issued new guidelines that adhere to the Supreme Court ruling. Not all churches rushed to open their door. Some are taking a cautious approach is Corona virus. Transmission rates remain high in the state. Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles, the largest in the US, with more than five million Catholics, is leaving it up to individual parishes to decide whether to reopen for indoor services. For those that do, the archdiocese advised, they should follow the singing and room capacity rules, in addition to require physical distancing and face masks. More than two dozen philanthropic groups and corporations have started the California Black Freedom Fund. It's a $100 Million.5 year initiative, they say will give resource is too black lead organizations in the state. Seeking to eradicate systemic racism. The 25 thunders include groups led by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, along with Laureen Powell Jobs and JP Morgan Chase..

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

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"This is NPR news, and I'm Cherry Glaser or this KCRW News Update. It's been four years now, since voters in the city of L. A approved Proposition H H H. That's a billion dollar bond to help create 10,000 new homeless housing units over a decade. So far, though, only 489 units have opened with cause typically running at more than half a million dollars each. That's according to an update provided to the City Council. He's here. W Zana Scout reports that officials disagree on what to make of those numbers. One thing city officials agree on is they like to see these projects move faster at the current pace. The city won't meet its overall goal of 10,000 units until the end of 2024. When it comes to costs. City Council member Mitch O'Farrell argued that the city is only chipping in a fraction of the total budgets for these projects and that a lot of the expenses are unavoidable. He even criticized a prop H H H audit by city controller Ron Galperin that highlighted the per unit costs, saying it's sewed distrust and did the entire program a great disservice. Council member Kevin Daily own had a different take. It's still far too expensive. It's far too costly. It remains to be seen what next steps city officials will take to speed up or cut costs for this badly needed housing. The city of L. A has set aside a fraction of HH H phones for what they call an innovation challenge, which grants money to developers who come up with faster, cheaper projects. You're listening to KCRW. Support.

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01:54 min | 2 years ago

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"Sierra Mountain range with heavy snow and windy conditions expected through Friday morning for NPR news. I'm Hi, Jim. Indeed, in San Francisco. Apple says iPhone and iPad users should update their devices immediately to fix security flaws that might have been actively exploited by hackers. Apple is taking the threat seriously and credits anonymous researchers for pointing out the vulnerability, but Wouldn't say exactly the nature of the threat. This is NPR. And it says KCRW on Larry Parole. Here is what's happening in state and local news of 3 32 a plan that would use at least some L a public schools as covert vaccine centers seems to be gaining traction. The county Board of Supervisors has given the go ahead to the idea as KCRW's Terry Glaser reports. L. A unified school district says a dozen campuses with onside clinics and nurses trained to administer vaccines are ready to go. And there's a plan to open up another 48 school based sites. District Superintendent Austin Beauty has been pitching local leaders on using the L. A. U. S. Ds 900 campuses to fight the virus, saying they're well located in a range of communities, including many hit hard by the pandemic, the lanky, easy access to health care Unit also points out that schools are already have a lot of the necessary infrastructure from electricity and restrooms to in some cases, clinics. But l. A county public health director Barbara Ferrer says the issue right now boils down to vaccine doses, she says the county isn't getting enough from Uncle Sam to supply all the potential vaccination sites in this case, your gobies Cherry Glaser reporting. Academy Award winning actress Cloris Leachman has died. The Hollywood Star was known for her roles in films like Young Frankenstein in The Last Picture Show, as well as for her stints on TV shows like Mary Tyler Moore Show She earned two Emmys for her role is landlady Phyllis on that show. It also led to a spin off series and a Golden Globe for the actress. She was 94 years old. Last night, Sacramento City Council meeting, Mayor Darrell Steinberg erupted.

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03:28 min | 2 years ago

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"As one of its last act. The Trump Administration is issued leases for oil drilling. In the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge taken handling of Alaska public rate media reports. Usually it takes about two months to finalize oil leases after a sale. But in the case of the Arctic refuge in northeast Alaska, it took the Trump administration less than two weeks. Biden has said he opposes drilling for oil in the Arctic refuge, which is home to polar bears, caribou and other wildlife. For NPR News. I'm taking Hanlin in Anchorage. After today's inauguration, Biden is expected to sign an executive order putting a temporary hold on all oil and natural gas leasing activities in the Arctic refuge. This is NPR. You're listening to KCRW. I'm Cherry Glaser, The city of Long Beach has set up its own vaccination super site about 1800. People got shots at the Long Beach Convention centers parking lot yesterday. On its first day, an operation residents 65 older were saw the person line Kcrw's Kelly Wells was there. And filed this report. Glenn Christiansen arrived two hours before the site opened just in case and he was first in line. Well, I I just turned 65 in October. So I made an appointment online and I came down here to get my shot. The whole process was smooth, with patients reporting they were in and out in half an hour. The rest of L. A county just started to take appointments for residents ages 65 older and a very limited number of that. Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia says his city with its own health department is ahead of most in the county and the state. Right now, there is definitely a sense that we are getting something right. Long Beach is also vaccinating grocery store workers and educators starting next week. Garcia says the city isn't over planning who goes first, but says the speed is worth the increased risk that they'll run out of shots. KCRW. I'm Kaylee Wells. Donald Trump will become a private citizen in just a few hours. But the clashes between his administration and the state of California continued up until almost the last moment. His KCRW's Tara at round reports. State attorney general Hop Europe Acero filed nine lawsuits against the White House yesterday on Trump's final full day in office. With yesterday's lawsuits. California has taken the Trump administration to court more than 120 times. The nine latest suits are part of an attempt to block a flurry of recent changes to environmental policies once who is about to rule that would weaken protections for migratory birds, another focus on a rollback of Endangered Species Act safeguards. One legal challenge was against the loosening of regulations of greenhouse gas emissions. The city of Los Angeles joined that one yet another concerned in order, exempting some washers and dryers from energy efficient standards. Several others focused on pollution. When it comes to the environment. California has filed 70 legal challenges to the Trump administration policies over the last four years. But Sarah says his latest filings will help unwind the quote havoc wrought by the 45th president. For KCRW. I'm Tara Tree on the Sarah's most recent lawsuits could speed up rollbacks of the Trump administration's environmental changes if a federal judge decides to block the rules from taking effect. Support for NPR comes from Procter and Gamble, maker of Metamucil Ah fiber supplement containing psyllium plant.

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02:28 min | 2 years ago

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"Penalties could include fines and up to a year in jail. Dan Carpenter shop reporting on Wall Street stocks are mixed. The Dow Jones industrials were down 25 points of 31,043. The NASDAQ is up nearly 71 points. This is NPR. It's 804. I'm Cherry Glaser with KCRW news security is being tighten around the state Capitol in Sacramento. This comes in response to last week, see to Washington, D. C and as the FBI and other sources warned that pro Trump extremists are planning armed protests at all 50 state capitals ahead of Inauguration Day. Law enforcement is being tight lipped about the specifics, But more uniformed and plainclothes officers haven't spotted around the capital, along with mounted police and the National Guard source tells the L A times it has several companies of troops on standby if needed. L. A city leaders are looking to expand and existing rent relief program that's become a lifeline for tens of thousands of renters during the pandemic, his KCRW's Benjamin Gottlieb reports. The move is possible in part Because of new relief money from the federal government. The cove in 19 relief package that was passed by Congress last month, is expected to bring in more than $2.5 billion in rental assistance to California. And L A is going to receive a big portion of that money. This is welcome news for both tenants and landlords, like renters who are behind on payments, landlords who need to pay their mortgages and their taxes. Let's see the council President Nori Martinez says her so called Emergency Renters relief program is the way to go. Her office says it's already helped about 50,000 families. That program has with payments as large as $2000. Money by the way that goes directly to landlords. The city says it's already spent all of its initial funding for this project $110 million of it from the federal government. Martinez has introduced a motion now to expand the program, which is set to be heard that an upcoming council committee meeting in the coming weeks Called to expand rental assistance in L. A comes as a statewide eviction moratorium is set to expire at the end of this month. Governor Gavin Newsom has signaled he wants to extend that deadline. Bill, still in its infancy in the state Legislature could band addictions statewide until the end of this year, as in December 31st. It's not clear if Newsome would be willing to support Such a move. KCRW Benjamin.

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03:26 min | 2 years ago

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"That enabled them. Requester vote. NPR NEWS Corporate America is looking at money in politics in a new light. Ah growing list of companies is pausing some political spending after last week's violent attack on the U. S. Capitol. Among them are tech giants Facebook, Microsoft and Google and big banks, Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan. Full disclosure. Those five companies are among NPR's recent sponsors. NPR's Alina Cellucci reports. One after another. Corporations piled on one trade group called for the removal of President Trump and not just hanging group, the National Association of Manufacturers, a longtime supporter of Trump. Many of the tech and banking giants halted all their political giving, at least for a few months. Marriott, Comcast, Airbnb and others stopped donations to specific Republican lawmakers. Those who fought the certification of the election at this moment, right it this crisis moment they sent a really important signal. MEREDITH McGee. He's the executive director at issue one and nonprofit that works to reduce the influence of money in politics. You just can't really over emphasize the role that donor Play in the current political calculation, and it's unusual to see so many companies on their own without a campaign to pressure them publicly address how they contribute to the current political state. But there are caveats. This is often the moment when many companies reevaluate their political spending right after an election. Plus, there are many ways companies make political donations. All the corporate statements now are about their official political action committees, but there are also super PACs. And tax exempt groups that don't have to disclose donors and a lot of corporate spending slows from individuals like executives. The biggest question is money and politics groups ask Will this flurry of corporate reckoning be an epiphany or a fad? Alina Cell yuk NPR news. This is NPR news, and I'm Cherry Glaser with his case here. W NEWS update. The social Media APP parlor is suing Amazon after the e commerce giant cut them off over the weekend, basically taking the APP popular with conservatives offline, Amazon says parlor didn't do enough to moderate hate speech. And Amazon is the only tech company cracking down on the APP after its lax moderation policies were connected to the violent pro trump ma. But the U. S Capitol last week. Google and Apple have bandit from their APP stores, too. Parlor and its defenders say the band's violate the first Amendment. Michael over Ring is a lawyer and teaches about that law, the USC Annenberg School of Journalism he thinks otherwise. Obviously, Amazon is a private company. Google's a private company, Twitter's of private companies, so we don't have any government action that is occurring in terms of the government squelching speech. But over and also warns that the moves set a dangerous precedent. We should care about this in the greater of American landscape because it's going to silence a lot of the disenfranchise People who have a small voice who need to have a platform who need to have a nap parlor is asking for a temporary.

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01:54 min | 2 years ago

"cherry glaser" Discussed on KCRW

"With a heavy police and National Guard presence, keeping watch a small but loud group of protesters brave the Cold Wisconsin night expressing outrage over the prosecutor's decision. Did not bring criminal charges against the officer who fired seven shots into Jacob Blake last August. Leading the march with the 29 Year olds. Uncle Justin bleed the impact of this verdict. Is gonna have ramifications all over this state and all over this nation, and we will not let it rest until we get justice for Little Jake and all the little Jakes around the nation. The shooting left Jacob Blake partially paralyzed, his family will go to Washington and coming weeks to push for policing reforms. David Schaper NPR news in Kenosha, Wisconsin. U. S futures contracts are trading and mixed territory. This is NPR. Add 604. I'm Cherry Glaser with KCRW news hospitals in California have become so swamped by the Corona virus pandemic. That the state has ordered those with room to expect patients from others They're out of intensive care beds. The public health order issued last night could lead to patients being shipped from Southern California and the San Joaquin Valley to Northern California. Officials have warned that some hospitals may have to start rationing or prioritizing care even expected. Post holiday surgeon Coben 19 cases overwhelms the health care system. We are worried that case numbers can, in fact increase again a similar to what we saw. 2 to 3 weeks out from the Thanksgiving holiday. That's only county public health director Barbara Ferrer. She says Kobe hospitalizations here have passed the 8000 mark, including more than 1600 people in intensive care. Some hospitals have had to close their doors at times because they've become so overwhelmed, leaving ambulances waiting for hours to offload patients. Here's l. A fire department paramedic Tanya Crab speaking to KBC. How do you explain that to the patient?.

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"cherry glaser" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"cherry glaser" Discussed on KCRW

"Our job in Congress to defend your rights, including your Second Amendment, and that's exactly what I'm here to do. 1967 rule exempts members of Congress from fire armbands on Capitol Hill. But it doesn't allow them to carry a gun in the chambers or other nearby areas. Some House Democrats wrote a letter recently asking Speaker Nancy Pelosi to repeal the 1967 rules. But they were unsuccessful. This is NPR news. From the David Burnett Foundation News from a KCRW I'm Cherry Glaser. Riverside County is struggling in its fight against the Corona virus. Pandemic deaths over the long New Year's weekend were staggering. And his KCRW's Matt Dillon reports, hospitalizations are at an all time high and a top county officials in the hospital struggling with Cove in 19. Between New Year's. Even yesterday, more people died from Govind 19 and Riverside County than succumb to the virus in the entire month of October. In just four days, 111 people perished. October's on 93 deaths Total The pandemic keeps escalating in the inland empire. San Bernadino County is now logged more than 200,000 cases of Covad and Riverside will go blazing past that sad benchmark it any moment. The latter has a record number of people in the hospital and the ICU battling coronavirus. One of the sick is county Auditor Controller Poulain Ghoul. Oh, the press enterprise reports. The county's elected financial watchdog has been in the hospital since December. 20th Although his condition has been severe at times while battling the virus, officials say he's feeling better and hopes to be discharged soon. He's not the first top to Riverside County official to come down with Covad In July, County Supervisor Karen Spiegel tested positive. Inland Empire Healthcare workers are anticipating at least a little bit of relief as the latest surge of covered patients continues to inundate them. Governor announced yesterday that strike teams are being deployed to the region for KCRW. I'm Matt Gillam in a sign of how dire the medical crisis has become in L, a county. Paramedics are being advised to reduce their use of oxygen and to refrain from transporting patients who have virtually no chance of survival..

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"cherry glaser" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"cherry glaser" Discussed on KCRW

"News. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone with a critical runoff vote just five days away. Senator David Perdue of Georgia is now in quarantine after coming into contact with a covert infected person. Georgia Public broadcasting. Stephen Fowler has more producer and fellow Republican Kelly Leffler have been crisscrossing the state to turn out voters in a January 5th run up that will decide control of the U. S. Senate. But now he is quarantining after coming into close contact with the campaign staff for that tested positive produced has regularly been tested on the trail and a test Thursday came back negative. It's not clear how this impacts of planned Monday night rally in northwest Georgia, headlined by President Trump that part of the state, a GOP stronghold, is lagging behind other regions and early vote turnout. For NPR News. I'm Stephen Fowler in Atlanta. In Wisconsin, a suburban Milwaukee hospital pharmacist has been accused of deliberately ruining hundreds of doses of Corona virus vaccines by leaving them out overnight, rendering them ineffective for the health care workers who got them. Now that pharmacist has been fired and arrested all the graft and police authorities said they aren't naming him because he hasn't been charged yet. Chuck Corn Bach of member station W. U. W M has more Aurora Healthcare says a pharmacist at its medical center, and Grafton intentionally removed the vials of the modern, a vaccine from refrigeration two times late last week. The company says it learned of the first removal after 57 people were given shots of the vaccine. Arora President Jeff Barr says his firm has reviewed its safety protocols. It's become clear that this was a situation involving a bad actor. As opposed to a bad process. Bar says the pharmacist has been fired and law enforcement is investigating a possible motive. He says the workers air received shots are not in any danger for NPR news. I'm Chuck Kalmbach in Milwaukee. The Census Bureau will miss today's deadline for reporting the first set of results from the 2020 census. The national population count determines the apportionment of congressional seats, and now it looks like the apportionment numbers won't be ready before Joe Biden is president. MPR's Hanzee Lo Wang reports. The delay stands in the way of President Trump's efforts to alter the count before leaving office movie 19 and last minute schedule. Changes by the Trump administration are forcing the Census Bureau to miss Thursday's deadline. There's no penalty, but this delay could mean that will be president elect Joe Biden and not Trump. Who receives the numbers that Trump is trying to exclude unauthorized immigrants from despite the Constitution's requirement to include the quote, whole number of persons in each state, NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reporting Wall Street came roaring back on the final day of 2020. The S and P 500 ended the Europe 16%. The Dow closed up 196. This is NPR. Of the David Bohnett Foundation newsroom at KCRW. I'm Matt Gillam L A county officials say hospitals are so overwhelmed. Ambulances are waiting up to eight hours to offload patients causing extremely long 911 response times. County says a record 7546 People are hospitalized with covert today with one in five of those people in intensive care. The county also announced more than 15,000 new covert cases. It's why officials like L. A county health director L. A county health services director, Kristina Galley is begging residents to stay home. As the year comes to an end, though, we know that everyone wants to celebrate the end of this year in the beginning of the next But please do not go outside of your household to celebrate New Year's Eve. Stay home, Stay with those in your household and save the out of House celebrations for next year. California became just the third state to pass 25,000 Cove in 19 deaths today, joining New York and Texas. Any hospitals around the state are struggling to deal with the wave after wave of coronavirus patients coming in so much so that they have been getting some much needed reinforcements from the California National Guard as Casey Toby's Cherry, Glaser explains, the guard have been helping with patient care, but will now also help with overflowing morgues. The National Guard has sent medical teams to more than a dozen facilities in California, including hospitals in L. A riverside in San Diego County's, The teams are made up of 6 to 10 members and led by a doctor or nurse. Providing all kinds of support from off loading patients from ambulances to helping in the ER. Our troops have been sent to hospitals around the state on and off throughout the pandemic, But the demand now is it specially great. The governor's Office of Emergency Services tells the L A times the deployments are an important first step in getting more resource is where they're needed. And starting next week, the National Guard is expected to help L. A county's medical examiner as it deals with an overflow of bodies that's brought on by the skyrocketing death toll in L, a county and the fact that hospitals and private mortuaries air running low on staff and storage case or abuse. Cherry Glaser National Guard troops are pitching in to help hospitals and other parts of the country, including Wisconsin, North Dakota and the Navajo.

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'Avengers' and 'Game of Thrones' star Diana Rigg dead at 82

Morning Becomes Eclectic

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

'Avengers' and 'Game of Thrones' star Diana Rigg dead at 82

"Passed away. The British actress had a 50 year career in TV, film and theatre. Starting with the role is the smart and tough Emma Peel on the iconic 19 sixties TV series The Avengers. She also played James Bond's wife in the movie on Her Majesty's Secret Service, and more recently won over a whole new generation of fans with a roll on game of Thrones. Diana Rigg was 82. I'm Cherry Glaser. Now it's

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Man charged in killing of 9-year-old girl found in duffel bag

The World

01:04 min | 4 years ago

Man charged in killing of 9-year-old girl found in duffel bag

"Right now. The man police discharge tap charged in connection with the death of a young girl made a brief appearance in court today. He's accused of killing trinity love Jones whose body was found last week in a duffel bag KCRW's cherry Glaser explains. A meal hunt is accused of murdering nine year old trinity honor around March I the girl's body was discovered during a question trail in hacienda heights. A few days later, the LA county sheriff's department asked for the public's help identifying the remains which took less than a week hunt is believed to be the boyfriend of Trinity's mother. He's being held on two million dollars bail and is scheduled to be arraigned next month. He could face up to fifty years to life in prison. If he's convicted as charged this isn't Hans first brush with the law. He was convicted of child abuse charges in San Diego County in two thousand five and sentenced to twelve years in state prison. KCRW's cherry Glaser reporting. Trinity's grandmother says detectives told the family that hot is. Believed to be responsible for the girl's death. But a second person is also being questioned in the case that second person

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Top EU court rules UK can change mind over Brexit

Morning Edition

00:35 sec | 4 years ago

Top EU court rules UK can change mind over Brexit

"Because simply they're under staffed they say there aren't enough clinicians to go round, which means the current staff at Kaiser is overbooked an HMO patients are waiting at times more than a month to get access to therapy appointments or are being sent out of network. The national union of healthcare workers released a statement calling access to mental health care a civil rights issue. The union said despite making a nearly four billion dollar profit last year. Kaiser has quote refused to make meaningful changes to working conditions. In response. Kaiser released a statement calling the decision. To strike highly. Disappointing particularly in light of the fact that they've met repeatedly in order to strike in agreement. They say the union Representative employee's received generous salary increases and bonuses in two thousand fifteen and they believe these protests are less about quote improving Karen access, but are about gaining even higher wages and benefits for KCRW. I'm Jenny Hamill cars has all of its hospitals and medical offices will be open during the strike in anyone who needs urgent medical services will get the care. They need officials say non urgent services are being rescheduled. The number of arrests made by the border patrol along the us Mexico border jumped by almost eighty percent last month to the highest level since Donald Trump became president. That's in spite of all the resources and attention. He's focused on trying to crack down on illegal immigration case cherry Glaser has more about sixty two thousand people were arrested along the southwestern border in November for trying to enter the US without authorization. That's the most since two thousand four. Fourteen used to be many of the people call crossing illegally were men from Mexico who tried to avoid being captured. But there's been a big spike in the number of families as well as children, travelling alone. And those two groups now make up the lion's share of people being apprehended, many of them come from Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras and turn themselves in and seek asylum. A spokeswoman for the homeland security department calls the increase the predictable results of a broken immigration system and says the White House will push congress to address the situation KCRW cherry Glazer support for NPR comes from indeed using more than three billion businesses for hiring where employers can post jobs new screener questions to build their shortlist of preferred

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