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06:03 min | 9 months ago

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"Governor Ralph Northam and Richmond mayor levar Stoney both Democrats have vowed to remove all Confederate statues along the historic street some organizers of other recent marches chose to boycott this one because the mid day demonstration was planned in cooperation with local police for NPR news I'm Craig Carper in Richmond several thousand people turned out in downtown Nashville Saturday evening Samantha Max is with member station WPLN chants of no justice no peace mixed with country music as protesters flooded downtown Nashville the city's honky tonks re opened for live music late last month rooftop bars were packed with visitors soaking in the scene below is the crowd filed past and unlike the demonstrators few were wearing masks and a bachelorette party outside an ice cream shop the bride to be raised a hand in the spirit of solidarity as protesters marched by others watch from the sidewalks beside dozens of police in riot gear one woman was arrested for blocking the middle of the street while the rest of the protesters kept marching for NPR news I'm Samantha Max in Nashville and you're listening to NPR news south Korean security agencies held an emergency meeting today following a salvo threats from the north NPR's Anthony Q. reports from Seoul that the south Korean military says it is prepared to respond to any situation involving North Korea security officials called on North Korea to stick to its commitments such as a twenty eighteen agreement aimed at reducing military tensions last week North Korea cut all communication channels with the sound off on Saturday state media quoted north Korean leader Kim jong-un's sister yo Jong as saying we will soon take our next action adding that the action would be military and referring to the south is the enemy Kalayaan claims it's punishing soul for allowing defectors to send propaganda pamphlets into the north but experts believe Pyongyang may also be trying to distract from economic hardships at home Anthony Kuhn NPR news Seoul China is reporting its biggest one day jump a new coronavirus cases in two months the fifty seven confirmed infections includes a cluster in Beijing that prompted officials to close a wholesale food market in lockdown nearby residential communities this weekend the Venezuelan government calling the arrest of a Colombian businessman close to president Nicolas Maduro a violation of international law and is demanding his release the justice department says Alex saab was detaining cave bird on U. S. corruption charges his arrest came after Columbia announced last week that it frozen assets belonging to some worth more than nine billion dollars and saying he was being investigated for crimes including money laundering on trial Snyder NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the vital projects fund supporting the museum of modern art virtual views continue on moma dot org with exhibition explorations including Donald Judd's sculptures and Dorothea Lange's photographs librarians are usually the ones to tell you where the books are now they're being called upon to tell officials were the folks with corona virus I think this is the way that I personally can contribute I can take the skills that I have and I can put them to use to try to get life back to normal and see to take is the new contact tracers could give volumes of help in the fight to slow the spread of code nineteen the next greater LA tomorrow at one and six thirty am KCRW this is weekend edition from NPR news under the Garcia Navarro good morning and thank you for being with us this Sunday demonstrations against racism and police brutality targeting African Americans continue across the country this weekend protests erupted in Atlanta overnight after police shot and killed a black man at a Wendy's we'll have more on that story later in the show but in Seattle things have gone a step further protesters now occupy a part of a neighborhood after Seattle police vacated their precinct in the Capitol Hill area and it's become a self described autonomous zone president trump is labeled the protesters domestic terrorists and he's warned that if local officials don't clear them out he will and here's Hannah lamb is in Seattle and she's been spending time in the Chas as it's known good morning Hannah good morning so where do things stand now in the self described Capitol Hill autonomous zone or the jazz and things are calm for now which is pretty remarkable when you think about how this week began with scenes of police using tear gas and violent confrontations with protesters and now it's given way to this camp where people are trying really hard to show that they can provide everything the community needs and keep people safe without a police presence and we should point out that this is not the only show in town there are massive black lives matter protest in other parts of the city as well but much of the focus has been on the Chas and whether the city will meet the demands of protesters those include calling for the precinct building to be turned into a community center and for the city to cut funding for the police and to put it toward more social services I'm one of the policing and all this police chief Carmen best has made it clear it was not her decision to abandon the precinct she said she wants to work out an arrangement that would allow the police to return and that she's looking at reducing the cops footprints in the neighborhood but those talks haven't been fruitful in large part because police say they don't know who to negotiate with there's not one clear leader in this on so there are these ongoing efforts you say to start a dialogue but in the meantime we have this kind of six block experiment and how a police freezone might operate Hannah you father report that takes us inside the Chas let's listen.

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03:09 min | 9 months ago

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"Morning edition time four o'clock good morning congressional Democrats have released their plan for police reform what are Republicans offering up last senator James Lankford of Oklahoma this hour on morning edition from NPR news if both parties agree that something about policing in America has to change where's the common ground I'm no well king and I'm Rachel Martin how will president trump and former vice president Joe Biden talk about reform when they go back on the campaign trail West Virginia becomes the first state to allow in person visits to nursing home since the pandemic and we'll look at how the public demands for racial justice have provoked big conversations within the evangelical church it's Thursday June eleventh actor Hugh Laurie turned sixty one news is next live from NPR news I'm Jeanine Herbst president trump is rejecting calls to rename several army bases honoring Confederate military leaders and here's Franco Ordonez has more president trump says those bases including Fort Bragg in North Carolina Fort Hood in Texas and Fort Benning in Georgia have become part of U. S. history and should not be tampered with the president made the announcement in a series of tweets as well as a statement read to reporters by White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said was roughly from the president we spent some time working on that and I wanted to deliver that to you the marines and navy say they have already begun taking steps to prohibit the display of the Confederate battle flag at their military installations in the Pentagon has agreed to look into the matter of the bases named after Confederate officers Franco or down yes NPR news the White House protesters in Richmond Virginia tore down a statue of Jefferson Davis the president of the confederacy last night as per Carper from member station V. P. M. reports it's the latest Confederate memorial to fall this week amid an outcry for racial justice on Saturday night a statue of Confederate general Williams Carter Wakeham was knocked off its pedestal on Tuesday evening demonstrators toppled a statue of Christopher Columbus Davis was torn off his pedestal Wednesday night a week ago governor Ralph Northam announced plans to remove a sixty foot state owned statue of Robert E. Lee a Richmond judge has since approved a ten day injunction to temporarily prevent that Davis's fate seems sealed days ago when all nine members of Richmond city council said they would support legislation from mayor levar Stoney to remove all four city owned statues of Confederate figures along Richmond's historic monument Avenue for NPR news I'm Craig Carper in Richmond meanwhile after powerful testimony before a house committee yesterday calling on lawmakers to stop the pain overhaul policing practices the loan is Floyd George's brother joined protesters in the nation's capital.

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04:39 min | 9 months ago

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"Also describe the pain of losing a sibling over dispute about a twenty dollar bill has seen videos of his desperate pleas for mercy as an officer kneeled on his brother's neck Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frye says he's against defunding police departments despite pressure from activists animal Jordi in his city council prices he does want policing reform I agree with the council president direly that we cannot have incremental steps right now we do need a full scale revamp but in doing so I think it's important to say specifically what you're talking about what specifically the plan is I don't think it's a plan to say we're gonna abolish the police department and we're really not sure what to do next that's not a plan one of the four police officers involved in George Floyd's death Minneapolis has been released on bail protesters in Richmond Virginia has torn down have tore down a statue of Jefferson Davis the president of the confederacy as B. PM's creek Harper reports it is the latest Confederate memorial to fall this week amid an outcry for racial justice on Saturday night a statue of Confederate general Williams Carter Wickham was knocked off its pedestal on Tuesday evening demonstrators toppled a statue of Christopher Columbus Davis was torn off his pedestal Wednesday night a week ago governor Ralph Northam announced plans to remove a sixty foot state owned statue of Robert E. Lee a Richmond judge has since approved a ten day injunction to temporarily prevent that Davis's fate seems sealed days ago when all nine members of Richmond city council said they would support legislation for mayor levar Stoney to remove all four city owned statues of Confederate figures along Richmond's historic monument Avenue all of these Confederate statues have been covered in graffiti for over a week for NPR news I'm Craig Carper in Richmond the United States is still holding talks with the World Health Organization despite president trump's decision to terminate the U. S. relationship with the group details from NPR's Jason Beaubien the director general of the W. H. O. tater sat and get racist says he spoke with health and Human Services secretary Alex days are about the U. S. helping to contain the new will pull out breaking western Congo a spokesperson for HHS confirmed the conversation they just said the US will provide scientific expertise to the Ebola response but not financial support I think in our relationship with the U. S. it's not about the money you know working together the relationship I think is more important this collaboration comes less than two weeks after president trump said the U. S. is severing the relationship of the WHO's handling of the corona virus pandemic Jason Beaubien NPR news there are now more than two million cove in nineteen cases in the U. S. this is NPR media executive Jon Ossoff has won Georgia's democratic Senate primary results show Ossoff getting enough votes to potentially avoid a runoff try doing seat incumbent Republican David Perdue in November the Republican national committee's executive committee has voted to allow official convention business in Charlotte with a maximum of three hundred thirty six delegates it's also agreed to proxy voting for nominations president trump still plans to accept his nomination in another city the federal reserve is not expecting a quick rebound from the coronavirus recession as NPR's Scott Horsley reports the central bank left interest rates near zero on Wednesday and suggested they're likely to stay there through the year twenty twenty two the fed says financial conditions have improved in recent months thanks in part to aggressive moves by Congress and the central bank but the fed warns fallout from the pandemic will not be quickly reversed despite a surprisingly good job report last month that officials expect the unemployment rate will still be above nine percent at the end of this year fed chairman Jerome Powell says interest rates are likely to stay near zero for the foreseeable future we're not thinking about raising rates were not even thinking about thinking about raising rates the fed could afford to be aggressive in propping up the economy since there's no threat of inflation on the horizon Scott Horsley NPR news Washington Ford is recalling two and a half million vehicles in the US Canada and elsewhere because of a door latch problem in a brake fluid leak it's the third we call for the door latch issue brake fluid leak and almost three hundred forty four pickups has been linked to several low speed crashes this is NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the Robert wood Johnson foundation supporting those working towards a day when no one has to choose between paying ransom putting food on the table and protecting their health and the health.

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04:39 min | 1 year ago

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"Live from NPR News in Washington on Child Snyder the focus so the gun. Rights debate does on Richmond. Virginia today thousands of gun rights supporters. Reporters are expected to rally at Virginia State capital to protest democratic plans for new gun control legislation. Dozens of armed militia groups including white white supremacists have also said they will attend Craig Carper from member station. VP reports for most state lawmaker. So it will be a regular work day a small number lawmakers have said. They won't attend for fear of violence though. Republican delegate Glenn Davis believes the majority of protesters will peacefully rally in support of their right to bear arms. These are average people in our communities that are coming up here to lobby for the protection of the rights to be able to protect their families and their loved ones before the rally democratic delegate Danika Rome will make history which he becomes the First Trans Woman ever in Virginia Gavel in a House subcommittee some really thinking much about outside. Capital Governor Ralph off northern has declared a state of emergency banning guns and other weapons within capitol grounds though thousands of armed protesters are expected to surround the perimeter for NPR news. I'm Craig Corporation Richmond House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff is accusing. US intelligence agencies of withholding documents on Ukraine they could be significant president trump senate impeachment trial. We are counting on the intelligence community. Not only speak truth. The power but to To resist pressure from administration to withhold information from Congress because administration fears at bay incriminate. Them ship speaking on. ABC's this week Weakest Democrats pushed the Senate To consider new documents and witness testimony chef is one of the seven house impeachment managers. They filed an initial trial brief. Uh over the weekend laying out their case against the president. President Trump's lawyers expected to buy their own brief today. Nearly seven hundred people from the latest Central American Migrant Caravan turned themselves into Mexican authorities over the weekend James Frederick reports from the Mexico. Guatemala border they thought they would have the chance to stay legally in Mexico before the migrants made it to Mexico. President Andres Manuel Lopez over. The door announced his country had four thousand jobs and aid ready to receive the latest caravan so when they showed showed up at the border many migrants hand themselves in but few will be allowed to stay in Mexico. The country's Migration Agency announced that the majority of those migrants will be deported. Deported saying they're simply acting accordance with the country's migration laws however at the agency did say those who wished to apply for asylum would have that opportunity. Meanwhile while more than one thousand more migrants are still on the Guatemalan side of the border they plan to March to the Mexico border crossing Monday morning for NPR news. I'm James Frederick in Tapachula Mexico the Financial Markets in the US closed today for the Martin Luther King Holiday in Europe the major benchmarks declined in early trading this is npr the Venezuelan opposition leader. Guido is a neighboring Colombia. He traveled there to participate. Alongside Secretary of State. Mike Pompeo in today's regional regional counter-terrorism meeting was in Columbia despite a travel ban and bowls by Venezuela's Supreme Court Kansas City chiefs and San Francisco. Forty niners this will play in Super Bowl fifty four next month. It's the first super bowl for Kansas City. In fifty years the forty niners last played in the title game and twenty thirteen eighteen. Both teams qualified was strong performances in their conference championships on Sunday. NPR's Tom Goldman reports in the AFC championship. Kansas City overcame an early ten point deficit and beat the upstart Tennessee. Titans thirty five to twenty four chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes last season's. NFL MVP threw three touchdown passes and ran for another. The chiefs. Defense did a great job slowing down. Tennessee's previously unstoppable running back Derrick Henry now okay. ACS to figure out how to slow down a potent San Francisco running attack in Sunday's NFC championship game against the Green Bay packers. The forty niners offensive line open gaping being holes and running back where he moster took full advantage. He rumbled for a whopping two hundred twenty yards and scored four touchdowns in the forty niners. Thirty seven two twenty win in Tom. Goldman NPR news to NASA astronauts preparing for a space walk outside the International Space Station scheduled to get underway later. This hour with Christina Kokin congestive Amir teaming up to replace station batteries. They made history in October when they became the first all female spacewalking crew. This is N._p._R. News..

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06:02 min | 2 years ago

"craig carper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Inside. It's Thursday, April eighteenth, this is morning edition on WNYC. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. In a highly anticipated moment, the Justice department is preparing to release a redacted version of the Muller report on Russian election interference during twenty sixteen. NPR's Carrie Johnson reports people have been waiting for nearly a month to read the document. Justice department leaders have been working with the special counsel team to redact or blackout parts of the four hundred page report. So don't expect to reclassified or grand jury material or to learn much about ongoing investigations, but attorney general Bill Barr says soon people will have a chance to read most of the report for themselves the investigation focused on allegations of conspiracy between Russia and Trump campaign associates, but no Americans have been charged with that crime. Prosecutors also looked at whether President Trump obstructed Justice. The attorney general says Trump will not be charged with that either. Congressional democrats. Are already getting ready that you subpoenas for the full report. And underlying documents Carrie Johnson, NPR news, Washington. The US agency for international development or is preparing to lay off most of its aid workers in the Palestinian-controlled, territories of Gaza and the West Bank NPR has reviewed government documents. It's the latest step toward shrinking a decades long US aid mission to build the capacity for creating a future Palestinian state. This also raises the question of how the Trump administration will proceed with an Israeli Palestinian peace plan that he has yet to unveil former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe says that he will not seek the democratic nomination for president in twenty twenty from member station W C V E crank carpet reports. That McCall of says he has worked to do at home instead of running for the White House McCall of told CNN's Chris Cuomo. He will help Virginia. Democrats went back the state house and Senate. This November as a campaign, coordinator Virginia's top three democratic state officials are facing various racist and sexual assault scandals. They failed thus far to raise significant money for fellow Democrats ahead of these key races. Craig Carper reporting. At least one person has died in a church bus crash in Texas flurry and Martin if Houston public media reports several others are injured. The crash reportedly happened just outside the town of Warren about one hundred miles northeast of Houston. Police say a car pulled out from driveway in front of a First Baptist Church of Warren bus that cost. The bus driver to swerve and loose control. Driving off the road hitting a tree thirty say one adult passenger died the driver and another adult passengers sustained serious injuries and six children were taken to hospitals with non-life threatening injuries. For NPR news. I'm Florian Martin in Houston a strong earthquake shook Taiwan's eastern region. Earlier today its magnitude was. Six. This is NPR. This is WNYC in New York. Good morning. I'm Richard Hake. Six four fifty two degrees. It is overcast right now, we do have a chance of some light rain this morning with a high near sixty three degrees. The chairman of the House Judiciary committee says attorney general William bar is taking unprecedented steps to control the narrative surrounding the special counsels Russia investigation, congressman Jerry Nadler, says the Justice department is informed his panel that it will receive the Robert Muller report around eleven AM or noon today hours after bars nine thirty press conference now appears attorney general intends to once again put his own spin on the investigative work completed by the special counsel and his team. He warns that if the reports heavily redacted, the committee will issue subpoenas in short order now, they're says he may call Muller and members of his team to testify after reading the version of the report barb releases. We will provide all coverage of all the events this morning right here on wwl. See federal immigration agents are about to have a much more difficult time making recipe courthouses in Newark state this after the office that administers New York's courts laid out new rules, requiring ice tain judicial warrant in advance. Chief administrative judge Laurence Mark says his office decided to tighten the rules. Have seen reports that immigrants were fearful to come to court litigants need to come to court. Witnesses need to come to court victims of crime needs to come to court. If sufficient numbers of those people are reluctant or fearful to come to court. That's obviously a problem. I says courthouse arrests are necessary because police in some cities, including New York fully cooperate with its agents. A judge delay the sensing of a man convicted of e 2016 murder of a queens jogger after allegations of juror misconduct. Chanel Louis was found guilty last week of sexually abusing and killing Carina Tronto. But since then there's been at least one report. Of inappropriate juror behavior. Queens daily eagle managing editor. David Brandt said one juror brought up a different rape case in order to convince the others used some of the information that he recalled from that experience to encourage the other jurors to convict on sex abuse charge, even though the juror. I talked to said he wasn't convinced that the prosecution made a case beyond reasonable doubt a hearing misconduct allegations set for Monday and rent laws will expire June. The debate in the state legislature continues one possible changes a cap on how much landlords can increase the rent. When a new tenant starts a lease Gotham gazette editor Ben MC says any new regulation will depend on. How lawmakers respond to pressure from powerful interest groups we saw a little bit of that play out in the budget season. But now is really the test does the real estate industry still have a lot of influence in Albany among the new democratic reality. And the newly elected democratic majority is seen as more ten.

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03:21 min | 2 years ago

"craig carper" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Today improved. It's going to be mostly sunny, but very chilly today. So bundle up areas of morning frost, and that should burn off a little later today. According to the weather service, sunny skies, therefore looking ahead, highs in the low to upper fifties bay area look for some morning frost in the sack. -cremento valley bundle up highs today. Fifty two to fifty seven around Sacramento. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. The White House says President Trump plans to keep two hundred peacekeeping troops in Syria as US forces withdraw from that country. Here's NPR's Matthew Schwartz. White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said quote, a small peacekeeping group of about two hundred will remain in Syria for a period of time. She did not specify how long that period would be European allies have indicated that if the US pulled its troops. So would they some lawmakers have worried that a US withdrawal might leave a power vacuum that could be filled by Russia and Iran, a federal judge in southern California may soon order the federal government to identify and possibly reunite thousands more children who've been separated from their parents at the US Mexico border. Julie small with member station K Q E D reports from San Diego US district. Judge Dana Subroto ordered the government to return roughly twenty seven hundred migrant children to their parents. But just as the task was near. Complete a government watchdog reported that thousands more children may have been separated that the judge didn't know about at a hearing in San Diego. A US attorney argued that reuniting more families would be costly and time consuming to which judge soubra responded shouldn't the class include everyone who has been allegedly unlawfully separated last June. The judge ordered the Trump administration to end its family separation policy at the southern border. This is NPR news from Washington. In virginia. State lawmakers are still discussing how to proceed after two women came forward to accuse democratic Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax of sexually assaulting them years ago. Craig Carper with member station W C V E reports speaker of the house. Kirk Cox is proposing a ten member bipartisan special subcommittee to execute. A preliminary investigation that may or may not lead to impeachment. Cox says Democrats have yet to respond Democrats say they've seen. No details from the majority party democratic house, minority leader Eileen filler. Corn says her caucus does not want to impede a possible criminal investigation. She says they do want to make sure due process for the accusers and the accused is protected. Filler corn calls the proposed investigation at political game. Two days before the legislature is scheduled to adjourn all one hundred and forty state lawmakers are on the ballot. This November for NPR news. I'm craig. Carper in Richmond. Fairfax denies the accusations dating back to two thousand and two thousand four he's rejected calls to resign has have regina's governor and attorney general also Democrats who admit to wearing black face in the nineteen eighties. This is day two of a strike by public school. Teachers in Oakland, California, they walked off the job. Yesterday, overpay class sizes and staffing. They want twelve percent. Pay raises retroactive to twenty seventeen. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington..

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03:31 min | 2 years ago

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"Plan from a group of manufacturers about how to solve the nation's immigration problems could serve as a model for a divided. Congress. More on the judge will decide if President Trump's national emergency to free up more money for a border wall is actually legal will run you through the favorites. At this year's Oscars. Steve take is local news weather, traffic Friday edition of all things considered from NPR and KCRW. I hope you'll join us at four thirty. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. The White House says President Trump plans to keep two hundred peacekeeping troops in Syria as US forces withdraw from that country. Here's NPR's Matthew Schwartz. White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said quote, a small peacekeeping group of about two hundred will remain in Syria for a period of time. She did not specify how long that period would be European allies have indicated that if the US pulled its troops. So would they some makers have worried that a US withdrawal might leave a power vacuum that could be filled by Russia and Iran, a federal judge in southern California may soon order the federal government Twi dente fi and possibly reunite thousands more children who've been separated from their parents at the US Mexico border. Julie small with member station. K Q E D reports from San Diego in the US district. Judge Dana Subroto ordered the government to return roughly twenty seven hundred migrant children to their parents. But just as. The task was nearly complete. A government watchdog reported that thousands more children may have been separated that the judge didn't know about at a hearing in San Diego. A US attorney argued that reuniting more families would be costly and time consuming to which judge Sabra responded shouldn't the class include everyone who's been allegedly unlawfully separated last June. The judge ordered the Trump administration to end its family separation policy at the southern border. This is NPR news from Washington. In virginia. State lawmakers are still discussing how to proceed after two women came forward to accuse democratic Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax of sexually assaulting them years ago. Craig Carper with member station W C V E reports speaker of the house Kirk Cox's proposing a ten member bipartisan special subcommittee to execute. A preliminary investigation that may or may not lead to impeachment. Cox says Democrats have yet to respond Democrats say they've seen. No details from the majority party democratic house, minority leader Eileen filler. Corn says her caucus does not want to impede a possible criminal investigation. She says they do want to make sure due process for the accusers and the accused is protected. Filler corn calls the proposed investigation at political game. Two days before the legislature is scheduled to adjourn all one hundred and forty state lawmakers are on the ballot. This November for NPR news. I'm Craig carp? For in Richmond. Fairfax denies the accusations dating back to two thousand and two thousand four he's rejected calls to resign has had Virginia's governor and attorney general also Democrats who admit to wearing black face in the nineteen eighties. This is day two of a strike by public school. Teachers in Oakland, California, they walked off the job. Yesterday, overpay class sizes and staffing. They want twelve percent. Pay raises retroactive to twenty seventeen. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington, and I'm Cheri Glazer. And on this Friday. You are listening to KCRW.

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02:14 min | 2 years ago

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"I K Q E D three thirty. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. House and Senate negotiators have reached an agreement on border security. It includes nearly one point four billion dollars for fencing along the us Mexico border. That's far less than what President Trump has been demanding. It's unclear if he'll sign it congress and the White House are facing a Friday night deadline to reach a budget deal on border security or risk another partial government shutdown. The most recent one lasted a record five weeks, a group of black clergy and community leaders in Virginia says governor Ralph northern deserves a second chance after a racist photo was discovered a north in nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook page and the governor's admission that he were black face in the nineteen eighties. Craig Carper with member station. W C V E reports. Former Richmond city councilman Chuck Richardson says Northerns decision to wear black face was tasteless thoughtless and insensitive. But then it shouldn't prevent him from doing the work. He was elected to do. We have value. We the governor's past performance, and we have known him and shoes to forgive. These black leaders say they are withholding judgement on state attorney general Mark herring and his black face moment as well as Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax who has been accused of sexual assaults to other black advocacy groups have issued statements renewing their calls for the governor to resign for NPR news. I'm Craig Cooper in Richmond. This is NPR news from Washington. In afghanistan. The Taliban say they put together a negotiating team to work with the US peace on voi- at talks scheduled for later this month. The militant group says it'll consist of fourteen members including five former prison inmates held at Guantanamo Bay. The Taliban have been refusing to meet with officials from the Afghan government in Kabul. Authorities in India say a hotel fire in New Delhi has killed at least seventeen people. Several others were injured a soccer player from Bahrain. Who's been held in Thailand? For three months is back in Australia. The BBC's Hal Griffith says the twenty five year old had been facing criminal charges in his home country supporters crowded,.

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05:58 min | 2 years ago

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"Head of the UN sits down with Newsday. Talk migration and also the desperate situation in Venezuela. Newsday's James cardinal is live for us in Lagos Nigeria ahead of the presidential elections. You'll hear from the main candidates and their supporters Iran's regional influence forty years. It's the anniversary after the Islamic revolution. We have a report from Iraq big trade talks in Beijing to hear about and big scores in the EP L, sports and business on the way. Not forgetting a big night for the music industry. The Grammy awards more on the winners and the losers in just a moment. Stay tuned. That's newsday. Coming up after the news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone in Washington spending negotiations that could prevent another government shutdown had stalled as lawmakers remain at an impasse over border security and PR, Shannon. Van Sant reports. Republican Senator Richard Shelby chair of the Senate appropriations committee told Fox News Sunday the chances of a deal being reached are fifty fifty. The next twenty four hours are crucial. We could close some deals, but they've got to be good to secure our borders. Sources tell NPR talks have broken down over how many detention beds for immigration and customs enforcement will be funded through the agreement. Democrats want to limit the number of beds to prevent ice from aggressively arresting immigrants. If deal is not reached by midnight Friday. The government could shut down again just three weeks after the longest government shutdown in history. Shannon, Dan, sent NPR news Washington Patrick Shanahan the man who replaced Defense Secretary Jim Mattis as acting Pentagon chief has arrived in Afghanistan. His first trip there in his new capacity. The visit was unannounced Shanahan told reporters traveling with him that the Afghan government needs to be involved in talks to end the seventeen year long war teachers in Denver plan to strike. Tomorrow. Overpay NPR's clamor? Lombardo reports bargaining fell apart last night after months of negotiations with Denver public schools district leaders introduced a new proposal union leaders ended negotiations saying the district was playing games. They indicated they'd be open to resuming bargaining on Tuesday. The union is pressing for changes to teacher pay especially to the system of bonuses that some educators receive the two groups have been negotiating for over a year about seventy thousand students in Denver schools will be affected by the strike. The district hopes to chemo schools open with help from substitutes, though, preschools will be closed due to staffing requirements Claire Lombardo. NPR news, the two women accusing Virginia Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax of sexual assaults say they're willing to testify at a possible impeachment hearing, we get more on the story from Craig Carper of member station. W C Meredith Watson and Dr Vanessa Tyson. Both have issued statements challenging Fairfax's contention that their sexual encounters were consensual both women claim that Fairfax forced them into sexual acts with him in the early two thousands. If Fairfax does not resign by Monday Virginia democratic delegate Patrick hope says he will introduce articles of impeachment. Fairfax has said he has no intention of resigning and has asked the FBI. To look into the allegations attorneys for his accusers say the FBI does not have jurisdiction for NPR news. I'm Craig corporation in Richmond. Senator Amy klobuchar told a gathering of supporters and snow in Minneapolis. She's entering the race for president. This is NPR. At the Grammys Sunday night Cardi B made history becoming the first woman to win a Grammy for best rap album. She won for her album invasion of privacy, childish Gambino. This is America. One four song of the year. The city of Paris is suing Airbnb in what's been a long contentious battle over regulating vacation rentals. Jake sagana reports the lawsuit could cost the rental platform up to twelve and a half million euros. A new pairs housing law requires vacation rentals be registered with city hall. It also limits rentals to one hundred twenty days a year, the city recently found at least a thousand unregistered properties on Airbnb each legal listing risks of fine of more than twelve thousand euros Peres mayor Dow go told French media, she doesn't have anything against people trying to make a little extra cash. She wants to shutdown property owners who only rented tourists and who keep out locals in a city already short on housing since twenty eleven Peres lost. Twelve thousand inhabitants year, the Paris mayor assigns a heavy amounts of blames Renzo companies like Airbnb, according to media reports Airbnb alleges Peres rules violate European Union standards and says the city's regulations are overly burdensome for NPR news. I'm Jake sagana. Ru in Paris, firefighters in New Zealand say they've gained the upper hand on a blaze that's been raging for almost a week the fire started in South Island, scorched more than five thousand acres and was threatening. The town of Wakefield three thousand people were evacuated, but many may be allowed to return home in the coming day. I'm Louise Schiavone NPR news, Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Andrew w Mellon foundation. Guided by the belief that the arts and humanities are essential to the well-being of diverse and democratic societies. Learn more at Mellon dot org. And from the Annie E, Casey foundation. Thanks for that news. Hello. 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"Judgment when a computer hacker from Long Island is deported to Guatemala. He tries to make his way home to the US and finds his hacking skills. Get him in and out of trouble. That's on ninety three point nine FM on AMA twenty the investigative journalism series reveal and a look at concussion protocols and why they failed one star quarterback in Oregon. It is twinned thirty four degrees at eight o'clock. This is WNYC FM HD and AM. Thousands of people are reported every year. Some back the countries, they don't know back the languages. They don't speak been the rest of the day's trying to return, the only home they've ever known. What if you find yourself on the outside? But you you have a secret power power open Bank ball. Uncover secret, passwords and hidden documents. Computer? It's a dance step judgment. Your question is can you hack? The epic story happening in real time. Snap probably presents. The border. Storytelling with the beat right after this break. Two. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Jeanine Herbst. Negotiations to stop another government shutdown have stalled as lawmakers remain at an impasse over border security, NPR, Shannon, van Zandt has more Republican Senator Richard Shelby chair of the Senate appropriations committee told Fox News Sunday the chances of a deal being reached are fifty fifty. I think the next twenty four hours are crucial way could close some deals, but they've got to be good to secure our borders. Sources tell NPR talks had broken down over how many detention beds for immigration and customs enforcement will be funded through the agreement. Democrats want to limit the number of beds to prevent ice from aggressively arresting immigrants if a deal is not reached by midnight Friday, the government could shut down again just three weeks after the longest government shutdown in history. Shannon, Dan sent NPR news Washington. The two women accusing Virginia Lieutenant governor, Justin. Fairfax of sexual assault. So they're willing to testify at his possible impeachment hearing Craig Carper from member station. W C V E reports. Meredith Watson and Dr Vanessa Tyson. Both have issued statements challenging Fairfax's contention that their sexual encounters were consensual both women claim that Fairfax forced them into sexual acts with him in the early two thousands. If Fairfax does not resign by Monday Virginia democratic delegate Patrick hope says he will introduce articles of impeachment. Fairfax has said he has no intention of resigning and has asked the F B I to look into the allegations attorneys for his accusers say the FBI does not have jurisdiction for NPR news. I'm Craig corporation Richmond. A state of emergency remains in place as Washington state braces for more snow K Walters from member station. K U O W reports crews are working twelve hour shifts preparing the roads in western Washington for another round of snow. The national weather service estimates Seattle residents will wake up to another one too. Three inches of snow that might not sound like a lot. But the snowfall in the pasta and dice has already eclipsed the usual yearly average sane in Seattle. Emergency shelters will remain open in the city through Monday morning. The thousands of people who live on the streets in the region. More than one hundred flights have been canceled at Seattle Tacoma international airport with dozens more experiencing delays for NPR news. I'm Kate Wolters in Seattle. Minnesota Senator Amy klobuchar has joined at crowded and historically diverse field of candidates hoping to defeat President Trump during a snowy and cold outdoor rally in a park in Minneapolis closure today told the crowd, she's tired of the shutdowns gridlock and grandstanding. She is the fifth democratic Senator to launch a White House bid. The fifty eight year old was elected to the Senate in two thousand six the first female Senator from Minnesota and she's been reelected easily twice since this is NPR news. This is WNYC in New York. I'm Lance lucky. He..

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"Was clever enough. That's all coming up. But first this news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Janine Herbst negotiations to stop another government shutdown have stalled as lawmakers remain at an impasse over border security, NPR's, Shannon, vans. Aunt has more Republican Senator Richard Shelby chair of the Senate appropriations committee told Fox News Sunday the chances of a deal being reached are fifty fifty the next twenty four hours are crucial. We could close deals, but they've got to be good. Just to cure our borders. Sources tell NPR talks had broken down over how many detention beds for immigration and customs enforcement will be funded through the agreement. Democrats want to limit the number of beds to prevent ice from aggressively arresting immigrants if the deal is not reached by midnight Friday, the government could shut down again just three weeks after the longest government shutdown in history. Shannon, Dan sent NPR news Washington. The two women. Accusing Virginia Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax of sexual assault. So they are willing to testify at his possible impeachment hearing Craig Carper from member station. W C V E reports. Meredith Watson and Dr Vanessa Tyson. Both have issued statements challenging Fairfax's contention that their sexual encounters were consensual both women claim that Fairfax forced them into sexual acts with him in the early two thousands. If Fairfax does not resign by Monday Virginia democratic delegate Patrick hopes says he will introduce articles of impeachment. Fairfax has said he has no intention of resigning and has asked the F B I to look into the allegations attorneys for his accusers say the FBI does not have jurisdiction for NPR news. I'm Craig corpora in Richmond. A state of emergency remains in place as Washington state braces for more snow kit Walters for member station. K U W reports crews are working twelve hour shifts preparing the roads in western Washington for another round of snow, the national weather service estimates. Yeah. Title residents will wake up to another one to three inches of snow that might not sound like a log, but the snowfall in the pasta, and as has already eclipsed the usual yearly average sane in Seattle. Emergency shelters will remain open in the city through Monday morning for thousands of people who live on the streets in the region. More than one hundred flights have been canceled at Seattle Tacoma international airport with dozens more experiencing delays for NPR news. I'm Kate Wolters in Seattle. Minnesota Senator Amy klobuchar has joined at crowded and historically diverse field of candidates hoping to defeat President Trump during a snowy and cold outdoor rally in a park in Minneapolis closure today told the crowd, she's tired of the shutdowns gridlock and grandstanding. She is the fifth democratic Senator to launch a White House bid. The fifty eight year old was elected to the Senate in two thousand six the first female Senator from Minnesota, and she's been reelected easily twice since this is NPR news from K Q E D news. I'm Jeremy Siegel a prominent bay area. Pediatrician is set to be sworn in tomorrow as California's first ever surgeon general from politics and government desk, Katie or reports, Dr Nadine Burke, Harris has made a name for herself researching the effects childhood trauma and toxic stress have on the long term health of children. She says experiences like abuse. Neglect or having apparent.

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"Deep bow or son, your mother, your girlfriend, someone you trust. What if they tell you they tell you about the future of humankind? Liza hidden. UFO? It's coming soon soon. Only one person knows the key to unlock the special knowledge to partake blessings. File that one person? What? We want you to follow on to. Dan snapped a very special episode about a very secret history. You've never heard before center probably presents Heaven's Gate. Right after this short break. Stay tuned. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk Virginia. Senators Mark Warner and Tim Kaine are both calling for governor Ralph Northerns resignation in the wake of a racist photo controversy Craig Carper with member station. W C says the scandal could complicate state elections in November things we're looking good for Virginia. Democrats before this week a recent federal court ruling redrew a number of house districts in their favor and a retirement was boosting their chances of retaking the Senate Rachel bid coffers a political analyst at Christopher Newport university. She says Northerns refusal to resign could change all that this complicates theralac, Toro prospects dramatically. So I would assume that he'll begin to realize that his presence becomes a drag on the entire democratic already been coffers. Coffer says Democrats would do much better in November. If Lieutenant governor Justin fair. Facs a young popular African American lawyer were to take over the executive mansion for NPR news. I'm Craig Cooper in Richmond as rivals for Venezuela's presidency. One Guido and nNcholas Maduro spoke to crowds in Caracas on Saturday. Venezuelan ex pats in Miami rallied in support of Guido and a US intervention cave on an Tonio Heydari reports from Miami..

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"Protesters chanted and spoke about how northern photo felt like up a trail. They said apologies are not enough. Francesco Lee Davis helped organized the demonstration, we trusted you. Maybe you have changed people do. Well, we believe a reconciliation a black man stands behind you. Back step away. So he can step forward. Today should know them resign. His Lieutenant governor just Fairfax would take his place. Fairfax would be the second African American governor in Virginia history for NPR news. I'm Craig Carper in Richmond. Russian President Vladimir Putin says he's suspending Russia's participation in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven arms control treaty one day after the Trump administration announced its withdrawing as NPR's Lucian Kim reports from Moscow the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty is now set to expire in six months. President Putin said Russia's response would be reciprocal if the suspended its participation in the treaty and starts developing new weapons so would Russia conscious at the Soviet Union ran out of money during the Cold War arms race. Putin said Russia would stay within its current defense budget. He also said the door to arms control talks remains open. If the US is ready to treat Russia as an equal partner. Meanwhile, China's calling on the Trump administration to negotiate with Russia instead of withdrawing from the IMF treaty. Washington says the agreement constrains the US ability to confront the Chinese and Russian military capabilities. Iran state TV says, the Iranian military is unveiled a new cruise missile NPR's. Peter Kenyon reports the unveiling coincides with the run up to the fortieth anniversary of Iran's Islamic revolution. This isn't the first time. Iran is used the anniversary celebrations marking the nineteen seventy nine revolution to announce new weaponry this year. Iran says it has tested a surface to surface missile with a range of eight hundred miles. Iran's defense minister insists the missiles are purely defensive the capacities of the latest missiles have not been confirmed. One of the stated reasons for President Trump pull the US out of the two thousand fifteen Iran nuclear agreement was its failure to address either Iran's ballistic missile program, or what officials called Tehran's maligned behavior in the region. Peter Kenyon, NPR news Istanbul. This is NPR from K Q weedy news, Tiffany Cam, high former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz was in San Francisco last night to promote his new book while continuing to stoke speculation. A presidential run the billionaire businessman, criticized the left wing of the Democratic Party to a sold out crowd at the Jewish cultural center, I cannot embrace the far-left liberal policies that I think are false promises. In terms of a forty trillion dollar Bill on free Medicare for all free college for all and a government job which adds up to about forty trillion dollars and the country is sitting right now with about twenty one and a half trillion dollars of debt, Sherry children, drove in from Moran to attend the talk. She says she admires shelter the businessmen. But it's gapped Ecole that he'd make a good president. I don't think of.

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"Was under the influence of drugs craig carper with member station w c v has more suspect is now in state police custody after stopping on his own accord police tased him after he failed to comply with numerous orders no one has been reported injured in the incident police say the suspect was taken to vcu medical center to be evaluated as a precaution the national guard issued a news release today identifying the suspect is joshua put first lieutenant and company commander who was deployed to afghanistan from two thousand eight two thousand nine with the illinois national guard the associated press reports a soldier faces multiple charges including felony counts of eluding police and an unauthorized use of vehicle a memorial service is being held at arlington national cemetery for former senator attorney general and presidential candidate robert f kennedy who was assassinated fifty years ago mike hello frank of member station am us at the ceremony there are a lot of dignitaries politicians who are in attendance here former president bill clinton is expected to speak as is robert f kennedy's daughter kathleen kennedy townsend and his son congressman joe kennedy of massachusetts so they are here along with members of the public you're listening to npr news take forty three now and time for a listener perspective pain is a fellow traveler unnecessary if unwelcome component of the human condition and this morning less block considers are lifelong companion my hands hurt i've been working with porcelain my right ankle spikes when i'm running my mother whispered to me late into her ninety second year you don't know how much it hurts we all experience pain steph curry's ankle goes in and out lindsey vonn knee screamed silently during every slalom and the ups drivers back reminds her it's only noon the use or abuse of drugs alcohol and opioids is rooted in this human condition we all share pain the difference between someone who reaches for a pill or drink or a pop and someone who doesn't is our intricate negotiation with our bodies our moral take on painkillers and our nerve endings refusing to reason if almost everyone alive feels some pain or another than the proof of life requires us.

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"To eleven here on public radio let's get a news update from npr now it's nineteen minutes past five from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly the race for governor of california is now set democrat gavin newsom and republican john cox were the top votegetters in yesterday's gubernatorial primary in alabama republican governor kay ivey will face the democratic mayor of tuscaloosa in november in new jersey pharmaceutical executive bob hugging is the winner of that state's republican senate primary new jersey deserves a senator as good as its people not one who's greatest accomplishment is staying one step ahead of the law plugin will face incumbent democratic senator bob menendez in november menendez seeking his third term his federal corruption trial last year ended in a mistrial in virginia a member of the national guard is under arrest after an armored personnel carrier was stolen from fort pickett craig carper with member station w c v e says the military vehicle was driven sixty miles before a chase ended in downtown richmond the suspect is now in state police custody after stopping on his own accord police tased him after he failed to comply with numerous orders no one has been reported injured in the incident police say the suspect was taken to vcu medical center to be evaluated as a precaution at one point state police say that chase moved onto interstate ninety five i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington and here in san francisco i'm matt elmore thank you so much for joining us for morning edition today joe mcconnell has joined us as well he's got another look at bay area traffic for us good morning joe good morning matt we've got roadwork slowing traffic the most one one north in palo alto oregon expressway cal trans working in lanes there with the backup towards mountain view although not quite that far and in oakland on eight eighty south between twenty thirty and twenty nine the right lane is blocked and traffic is heavy from nine eighty although it doesn't look like it's stopandgo latest problem is on north eighty five at two in cupertino report of a crash another collision south bay north one zero one eight eighty san jose joe mcconnell for kiki thank you joe his report brought.

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"Thousand thirteen the issue has largely broken along party lines until a wave election for democrats last november now nearly two dozen republicans have crossed the aisle to vote to expand democratic governor ralph northern says it is the moral thing to do i really don't want any individual or any family being a position where they're one medical illness away from financial demise northern as confident that he can secure a federal waiver in time for newly eligible virginians to apply for coverage by twenty nineteen the plan requires that virginians must be working or actively seeking work in order to qualify for npr news i'm craig carper in richmond commerce secretary wilbur ross is announcing this hour whether the european union will be exempt from stiff new us tariffs on aluminum and steel exports german chancellor angela merkel said earlier today the e you will respond decisively if it's not exempted this is npr from k q e d news good morning i'm brian watt several city agencies are investigating the discovery of the body of an elderly woman in the stairwell of a building on the sucker berg san francisco general hospital campus yesterday public health spokeswoman rachel cagan says seventy five year old ruby anderson was found in an engineering and maintenance building at around one in the afternoon we're very concerned that this happened we don't know how this woman gained access to the area where she was found and we are absolutely looking into that in thousand thirteen lynne spalding patient was found dead in a stairwell more than two weeks after being reported missing from that hospital at led to security refer reforms at the facility a three million dollar settlement with spaulding family federal investigators say a fire that call caused fifty five million dollars in damage to a concord apartment complex was under construction last month was intentionally set a reward is being offered in the case cake angela corral reports to people were hurt as a result of the three alarm fire which forced the evacuation of two hundred and fifty nearby residents the bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives the federal agency helping you investigate the fire says evidence shows it was arson in the investigations ongoing in addition to the twenty five thousand dollar reward atf released surveillance video showing a man who they say is the suspect hopping offensive the construction site and then running away after the fire erupts the.

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"Thousand thirteen the issue has largely broken along party lines until a wave election for democrats last november now nearly two dozen republicans have crossed the aisle to vote to expand democratic governor ralph northern says it is the moral thing to do i really don't want any individual or any family being a position where they're one medical illness away from financial demise northern as confident that he can secure a federal waiver in time for newly eligible virginians to apply for coverage by twenty nineteen the plan requires that virginians must be working or actively seeking work in order to qualify for npr news i'm craig carper in richmond commerce secretary wilbur ross is announcing this hour whether the european union will be exempt from stiff new us tariffs on aluminum and steel exports german chancellor angela merkel said earlier today the e you will respond decisively if it's not exempted this is npr from k q e d news good morning i'm brian watt several city agencies are investigating the discovery of the body of an elderly woman in the stairwell of a building on the sucker berg san francisco general hospital campus yesterday public health spokeswoman rachel cagan says seventy five year old ruby anderson was found in an engineering and maintenance building at around one in the afternoon we're very concerned that this happened we don't know how this woman gained access to the area where she was found and we are absolutely looking into that in thousand thirteen lynne spalding patient was found dead in a stairwell more than two weeks after being reported missing from that hospital at led to security refer reforms at the facility a three million dollar settlement with spaulding family federal investigators say a fire that call caused fifty five million dollars in damage to a concord apartment complex was under construction last month was intentionally set a reward is being offered in the case cake angela corral reports to people were hurt as a result of the three alarm fire which forced the evacuation of two hundred and fifty nearby residents the bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives the federal agency helping you investigate the fire says evidence shows it was arson in the investigations ongoing in addition to the twenty five thousand dollar reward atf released surveillance video showing a man who they say is the suspect hopping offensive the construction site and then running away after the fire erupts the.

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"To a life sentence for sexual abuse but another fifty seven survivors are expected to confront him in court over the next few days more than a hundred and fifty women and girls have done so already for npr news i'm kate wells south korean athletes have arrived in north korea for training ahead of the winter olympics the team of skiers is practicing at a north korean mountain resort jason struther has more from seoul both south and north korean skiers will train together on the slopes of the maastricht rome resort the forty five memberdelegation including athletes coaches and journalists travelled by plane and landed at a former north korean military airport according to south korean media washington gave seoul permission to charter the flight which would have violated us sanctions against the pyongyang regime the team is expected to return home a day later bringing back with them a north korean delegation that will participate in the winter olympics which begin on february ninth for npr news i'm jason struther in seoul a strong earthquake jolted northern afghanistan today the us geological survey says it's magnitude was six point one news reports say that one person has been killed in afghanistan several more people have been hurt in pakistan there are reports that the tremor was also felt in india you're listening to npr news a massachusetts pharmacist faces sentencing today glenn chin was convicted for his role in a fungal meningitis outbreak in 2012 that killed seventy six people and sickened hundreds of others prosecutors say chin oversaw the dispensing of thousands of substandard and dangerous drugs produced in dirty conditions in virginia republican lawmakers say they may be willing to accept some form of medicaid expansion if governor ralph north democratic lawmakers agreed to a work requirement crank karper of member station wetv reports it's a change for republicans who fought medicaid expansion republican speaker of the house kirk cox says work is a good thing there's dignity and war can the creates a self sufficiency though are people really want the goal of medicaid should be help people the not make them dependent there are exceptions for children college students the disabled and other vulnerable populations the republicancontrolled house rules committee advanced a bill tuesday that would require those currently on medicaid in virginia to work in order to collect benefits governor ralph know them says he's willing to discuss finding further efficiencies in medicaid after republicans have agreed to expand the program for npr news i'm craig carper in richmond.

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