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"claudia griselda" Discussed on Up First

"Some republicans admitted reality. The electoral college spoke after weeks of delay. Mitch mcconnell congratulated job biden and kamala harris. What will his colleagues do next. I'm rachel martin. Along with steve inskeep. And this is up. I from npr news The food and drug administration approved a do it yourself test for covid nineteen. It's quick and easy and is compared to a home pregnancy test. But how accurate is it and could people afford to use it as often as they need it. Also someone in afghanistan placed a bomb under a car. It killed the deputy governor of kabul just as the us withdraw some troops our correspondent. The hadeed was just in afghanistan. What are people there. Thinking of a decades-old war. Stay with us. We'll give you the news. You need to start your day. This message comes from. Npr sponsor capital one offering capital one. Shopping a downloadable browser extension that searches various sites for shoppers. What's in your wallet. More at capital one shopping dotcom this message comes from. Npr sponsors and desk making powerful software for better customer service. That's easy to set up and helps over one hundred and sixty thousand businesses connect with customers on any channel more at desk dot com slash. Npr zen desk champions of customer service. Normally this is not the place for old news but we start with some joe. Biden won the presidential election just under six weeks ago. And we mention that because senate majority leader mitch. Mcconnell formally acknowledged that news today. The electoral college has spoken so today. I want to congratulate. President elect joe biden. The president-elect is no stranger to the senate. He's devoted himself to public service for many years. Mcconnell also congratulated his senate colleague kamala harris who will soon be the first woman to become vice president. It was a relatively warm statement but mcconnell waited until after president trump failed to overturn the results with dozens of baseless lawsuits. Not all his colleagues. When as far as mcconnell did so how do they plan to approach the new administration. Npr congressional reporter claudia griselda. She joins us now morning. Good morning steve. So how widespread is the republican acknowledgement of reality. Well it's been building up for weeks as most republicans had been refusing to acknowledge the results pointing to president. Trump's legal challenges as a reason. Why and not all mcconnell's colleagues win as far as did in terms of the congratulations for example but others have acknowledged this for example. Todd young of indiana sits very important work with the biden harris administration. Chuck grassley of iowa said that the constitution has answered the question on. Who is the next president. So this is all despite the fact that it's remained virtually impossible for trump's legal challenges to overturn the election. Well what happens when the election results are presented to congress on january six which is part of the process that is normally a formality. Well that's going to be tricky. We've already heard from a small group of house. Republicans planning to raise these objections. This includes mo brooks during the joint session. And they'll need a senator to move forward with these objections in terms of having them her to be a long extended day though there's virtually no way to change the results senate. Republicans held a call yesterday. Leadership on down urge members not to delay this process not to take part in this and it seems to be largely the consensus for them. I talked to one of these members on the call west. Virginia shelley moore capito. Let's take a listen. I think that there was encouragement on the phone for us to accept the result. As much as it's not what we would have envisioned for the next four years and to try to do what's best for american people would just to look forward. She also told me there were no objections on the call to this plan but it remains to be seen if any break because again those objections won't go forward in terms of being heard of a senator doesn't sign on and in the midst of all this. It takes place the day after. Georgia hold its runoff elections to decide which party controls. The senate were. Turnout will be key. Despite all these claims by trump and others rejecting the elections results cloudy. I have to ask now that they are acknowledging. The results are there any republicans who also acknowledged the idea that it was a significant thing to stand by while the president tried to use nonexistent evidence to overturn democracy. They don't they've been asked about this repeatedly and have dodged the question or reject that claim and just very briefly. Congress is trying to get a relief. Bill corona virus relief. Bill done any chance of that soon. There's a chance they appear to be close house speaker. Nancy pelosi left the capital just.

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"claudia griselda" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:37 min | 9 months ago

"claudia griselda" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens the. Us House is poised to take up a new wave of corona virus relief funding totaling nearly half a trillion dollars. Npr's Claudia Griselda says. The measure could end up on president. Trump's desk later this week. The Senate approved the plan to replenish popular small business. Loan program that recently ran out of money house speaker. Nancy Pelosi called the bills additional new funding for hospitals and testing a great victory. The House could send the measure to the president on Thursday. Senate Majority Leader Mitch. Mcconnell says Congress may not take up another relief bill until it returns next month. Npr's cloudy grew. Sal is reporting. The Food and Drug Administration has green-lighting the first home kit to collect samples for corona virus testing but NPR's Richard Harris reports that the test requires a doctor's order the FDA previously made it easier to collect samples for corona virus testing by approving the use of swabs that collect from the front of the nose as opposed to deep in the nose and throat. Now they've taken that one step. Further people will be able to collect their own samples at home with medical grade swabs and mail them to Labcorp which is producing these test kits. The FDA says this is as safe and accurate as collecting a sample. In a doctor's office. Labcorp a major medical laboratory says it will make the service available in most states in the next few weeks. The FDA approval for collection is only for this one particular product right now Richard Harris. Npr News as rock-bottom crude prices panic oil markets energy regulators in Texas are considering ways to try to prop up the industry from Austin K. UT's motza shell. Reports at any production cuts would be contingent upon cooperation from other oil producing states and countries. It's been almost fifty years since Texas oil and gas. Regulators used their authority to limit the amount of oil companies can pump from the ground but state regulator Ryan sitting proposed a twenty percent cut to production for large companies to reduce oil supply and stabilize. Prices we are seeing a level of demand destruction and a level of wheel industry downturn than the happened over a course of years now happening over a course days ultimately. The vote was pushed back to next week before then. Texas officials will talk with counterparts in Oklahoma North Dakota and Canada if Texas regulators move ahead with cuts to production they want commitments from other states and countries to do the same for NPR news. I'm Mozambique Shell. In Austin and trump administration is ordering Chevron to wind down its operations and Venezuela by December with only limited operations there until then it's part of the US let campaign to pressure Venezuela's embattled leader to give up power Chevron is the only major US oil companies still doing business in Venezuela where it's invested in oil fields that are valued at more than two billion dollars this is NPR news a Louisiana Pastor accused defying. A state wide ban on large gatherings has been arrested again as w arcade Paul Braun reports. The church leader is now charged with aggravated assault over an alleged encounter with a protester. Police say pastor. Tony Spell nearly backed a bus over a man protesting in front of Life Tabernacle Church central Louisiana on Sunday after posting bond. A defiant spell told a crowd gathered at the jail that the state's restrictions aimed at slowing the spread of the corona virus by late his rights to assemble and worship freely. He said he has no plans to cancel. Services or start preaching online for more than a month spell services have drawn crowds of angry protesters and hundreds of congregants more than five hundred people showed up on Easter Sunday. But attendance is said to be down in recent days after it was widely reported that a member of the church died from covert nineteen for NPR news. I'm Paul Braun in Baton Rouge. Scientists say the global travel restrictions are prompting some changes to the Earth's environment making it cleaner and wilder air. Pollution is reportedly down thirty percent in the northeastern United States and down nearly fifty percent in Rome. Researchers say that sea turtles are nesting better and the absence of human interference and that more wild animals including coyotes pumas and goats being cited in urban areas on Asian stock market shares closed mixed today lower in Tokyo. Us futures are up around one percent and pre trading. I'm Shay Stevens. Npr News in Washington..

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"claudia griselda" Discussed on Up First

Up First

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"claudia griselda" Discussed on Up First

"House Republicans say they would like to limit the power of the president to launch a war against Iran right. The House approved a war powers resolution. It demands that the President Consult Congress quote quote in every possible instance before using force against Iran. Democrats passed it with support from three house. Republicans Elissa Slatkin. A Democrat from Michigan. Introduced it if our loved ones are going to be sent to fight. In any protracted war the president does the American public a conversation. And we should say WanNa Slatkin's stepdaughters is an army officer. The White House criticized this resolution. So what would it actually do. NPR Congressional correspondent. Claudia Griselda is good morning. Good Morning Steve. What are the president? Congress fundamentally arguing about here this goes back to what is now an age-old argument for this administration and Congress is is the Constitution Congress argues that the constitution empowers them with declaring an act of war. The President says no I withhold that power as as a result of authorities that were given to the office after the nine eleven attack. that's So the president's the commander in chief. That's the longstanding conflict. You're the president gives orders orders to the armed forces but congress is supposed to be the one that declares war so now the house steps in with this resolution if it past does that mean the president would have to check in with Congress before doing anything against Iran according to the White House. No White House spokesman Hogan Gidley said yesterday that this quote was a ridiculous resolution solution just another political move because under well established Supreme Court precedent is non-binding and lacks the force of law so the resolution and also has language that the US has a right of self defense against Iran so the president should notify Congress under this resolution but under under certain scenarios he wouldn't have to would not have to do that So what were hearing here then is that this is I mean in some ways. Not that extreme right it saying if possible check with Congress notify Congress afterward if you have to act quickly and self defense yes some folks would argue that exactly. Trump also addressed the recent attack attack garnered him all these concerns in rally last night tied to the killing of this Iranian general. Let's take a listen. And we have Bernie and Nancy pillow. See we have a mall. They're all trying to say. How dare you take him out that way? You should get permission from Congress you should come in and tell us what you want. Democrats argue the resolution. They passed last. Night will have the force of law and since it falls under the War Powers Act. The also said said it doesn't require the president's signature but this has been approved in just one chamber so for now it doesn't have much impact other than sending a strong message to the president that must seek Congressional approval for military action against Iran War Powers Act. That's a law from the one thousand nine hundred ninety s that says Congress can weigh in and limit. The president's authority wants some kind. The military operation has begun but is the Senate likely to pass this at all. So the Senate Democrats think they have a shot. They need four Republicans to support them and so far to you have said they have signed on and senator. Tim Kaine of Virginia says he has the support he thinks he's very close. And two more members have expressed concerns tweets up to four or he he said even seven more Republican members who could support him. Claudia thanks so much thanks for having me. NPR's cloudy Bruce Willis.

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KCRW

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"claudia griselda" Discussed on KCRW

"Being moved up for treatment for fear of possible power outages across the island people are continuing to stock up on water and other supplies and their reports that an eighty year old man died after falling from his roof while cleaning storm drains in preparation for Dorian's arrival it ran for the look and pair news cycling particle a house committee will investigate president trump's plans to bring the G. seven summit to his resort in Florida and peers Claudia Griselda reports the democratic panel will pro potential violations of the emoluments clause the house Judiciary Committee says it will look into trump's plans to bring the twenty twenty G. seven summit to his Doral Florida resort chairman Jerry Nadler says the move could violate the constitution's emoluments clause now there says his committee will brought in an ongoing impeachment probe to include these new revelations they also plan new hearings a new request for White House documents that's an peers cloudy chrysalis reporting on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average closed up two hundred fifty eight points the nasdaq is up twenty nine points you're listening to NPR news one Swedish team climate activists Greta tune Berg arrived in New York City she was greeted with applause and chants and cheers the sixteen year old and her crew arrived to a lower Manhattan marina ending a two week crossing from Plymouth England to the Hudson River powered by solar panels she's in New York to attend a UN meeting on global warming European leaders are breathing a sigh of relief following news that Italy's hard right pop his leader Matteo salvini may have seriously miscalculated in trigger a government crisis earlier this month and peers Sylvia Jolie reports the center left Democratic Party in the anti establishment five star movement are forming a new coalition five stars the biggest party in parliament had governed for fourteen months with its junior partner the hardline leave party headed by the eurosceptic an anti immigrant Matteo salvini as interior minister sabini became Italy's most popular politician with close to forty percent in the polls earlier this month he pulled the plug on the government with the aim of snap elections but he underestimated his former government partners and longtime foes on the left the specter of an authoritarian government galvanize the sworn enemies and it appears Italy at least temporarily will remain in the European mainstream so people Jolie NPR news Rome a near complete fossil skull found in a river delta in Ethiopia just three years ago is today helping scientists this is NPR soon.

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"claudia griselda" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"claudia griselda" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Treatment for fear of possible power outages across the island people are continuing to stock up on water and other supplies and there are reports that an eighty year old man died after falling from his roof while cleaning storm drains in preparation for Dorian's arrival it ran for the look and hear news talk one for critical a house committee will investigate president trump's plans to bring the G. seven summit to his resort in Florida and peers Claudia Griselda reports the democratic panel will pro potential violations of the emoluments clause the house Judiciary Committee says it will look into trump's plans to bring the twenty twenty G. seven summit to his Doral Florida resort chairman Jerry Nadler says the move could violate the constitution's emoluments clause now there says his committee will brought in an ongoing impeachment probe to include these new revelations they also plan to hearings a new request for White House documents that's an peers cloudy chrysalis reporting on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average closed up two hundred fifty eight points the nasdaq is up twenty nine points you're listening to NPR news and this is W. NYC I'm Jamie Floyd Porter Ricans in New York are worried about their families on the island as hurricane Dorian strength into her extra as superstorm Dorian strengthen to a hurricane today as you've just been hearing seventy mile per hour winds Andrew Argus lives in Brooklyn he says he's been talking to his relatives on the northeast part of the island I've coordinated for an elderly aunt of mine to be picked up by some cousins and then.

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