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"Third reddit tune Burke the Swedish environmental activist is seventeen years old today in the news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dale Willman a U. S. drone strike is killed a top Iranian commander secretary of state Mike Pompeii calls a defensive move accusing custom Sula many of plotting an imminent attack as NPR's Michele Kelemen reports secretary Bombay tells fox news that the commander of Iran's elite Quds force was actively plotting to kill Americans we had an important set of underlying reasons to take the strike it was wholly lawful and we're confident that we not only got it right legally but we got it right strategically Hey as been working the phones speaking with his British French and Chinese counterparts among others he says he hopes the Iranian leadership will see America's resolve and de escalate though the US is beefing up security at embassies in the region in case of retaliation Michele Kelemen NPR news Washington president trump meanwhile also says for the money had been plotting to kill many more Americans before he was killed this morning in Australia officials fear the nation's historic wildfire crisis is about to get worse strong winds and temperatures as high as one hundred fifteen degrees Fahrenheit our forecast for the coming days and peers Jason Beaubien reports Australia is already in the midst of what government officials are saying is the biggest evacuation in the country's history tens of thousands of people of flooded out of areas deemed to be at high risk of fire along the southeast coast of New South Wales and Victoria state's long lines of traffic snake along smoke crowded roads.

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01:37 min | 2 years ago

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"Credit to invert the Swedish environmental activist is seventeen years old today in the news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dale Willman a U. S. drone strike is killed a top Iranian commander secretary of state Mike Pompeii calls a defensive move accusing custom so many of plotting an imminent attack as NPR's Michele Kelemen reports secretary Bombay tells fox news that the commander of Iran's elite cuts force was actively plotting to kill Americans we had an important set of underlying reasons to take the strike it was wholly lawful and we're confident that we not only got it right legally but we got it right strategically pale as been working the phones speaking with his British French and Chinese counterparts among others he says he hopes the Iranian leadership will see America's resolve and de escalate though the US is beefing up security at embassies in the region in case of retaliation Michele Kelemen NPR news Washington president trump meanwhile also says for the money had been plotting to kill many more Americans before he was killed this morning in Australia officials fear the nation's historic wildfire crisis is about to get worse strong winds and temperatures as high as one hundred fifteen degrees Fahrenheit our forecast for the coming days and peers Jason Beaubien reports must really is already in the midst of what government officials are saying is the biggest evacuation in the country's history tens of thousands of people of flooded out of areas deemed to be at high risk of fire along the southeast coast of New South Wales and Victoria state's long lines of traffic snake along smoke crowded roads.

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03:53 min | 2 years ago

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"Live from NPR news in Washington nine Dale Willman fully on Castro's dropping out of the presidential race the former housing secretary under president Barack Obama says he suspending his campaign NPR's Juana summers reports Castro was considered a rising star in the Democratic Party but since launching his presidential campaign he struggled to gain traction in a crowded field of candidates while he participated in the first four primary debates he didn't make the cut for those that followed the former San Antonio mayor was the only Latino and the twenty twenty democratic race he gained attention in recent weeks we call for re ordering the democratic primary schedule he said that Iowa and New Hampshire B. two largely white states that vote first don't represent the demographics of the country in a video message to supporters castor says that his campaign sheep to the conversation on many issues but with only a month until Iowa voters kick off the presidential nominating process it simply isn't his time wanna summers NPR news more US troops are on their way to the Middle East following this week's attack on the U. S. embassy in Baghdad pro Iran militia members storm the embassy throwing rocks and setting fires the attack because secretary of state Mike Pompeii or to cancel planned trip to Ukraine and other countries officials in Lebanon say they received an international warrant for the arrest of former Nissan C. E. O. Carlos Ghosn Turkish media meanwhile say police have detained several people allegedly involved in the escape of gone from Japan NPR's Peter Kenyon reports for the detainees are said to be pilots facing financial misconduct charges in what he called a rig to judicial system in Japan Ghosn announced this week that he had fled to Lebanon via Istanbul Turkey's Interior Ministry launched an investigation into possible role of Turkish nationals in the escape the executives forfeiting some fourteen million dollars in bail Japan wants to see him face charges of breach of trust and under reporting future income Peter Kenyon NPR news estable the price of an apple pan which injects a drug used to treat severe allergic reactions has risen more than a dozen times in the last decade NPR Sydney looking would be explains how this continues to garner national attention when Mylan boosted its happy pen price to three hundred dollars per auto injector a few years back there were no generics the move sparked hearings on Capitol Hill Mylan began selling its own generic at B. pen at half price in twenty sixteen a different generic one FDA approval about a year ago the gym Yoakum with connection DR apps health data firm says consumers may not be getting the bargain they expected the first several generic that come in epcot typically band at a significant discount to the branded product she calls it the new normal Sydney Lufkin NPR news stocks are moving higher on Wall Street in early trading today the Dow Jones industrials at last check up one hundred seventy five points the nasdaq up sixty points the S. and P. five hundred up twelve points this is NPR live from KQED news I'm Brian what the judge overseeing P. genies probation for a federal criminal conviction once an update on whether the company is complying with state laws on wild fire safety KQED stand Recchi reports US district judge William also is in charge of making sure the utility lives up to the terms of its sentence stemming from the San Bruno pipeline disaster in the wake of a string of catastrophic fires touched off I. P. Jeannie equipment also has taken a keen interest in whether the company has violated its probation by breaking state laws and regulations investigators for the California public utilities commission have alleged that P. Jeannie was guilty of numerous such infractions before the fires now also has ordered the company to report whether it is complying with the laws and meeting the terms of a wild fire safety plan filed with the state last year that report to the.

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05:10 min | 2 years ago

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"From NPR news in Washington I'm Dale Willman as wildfires continue to burn across much of the eastern portion of Australia prime minister Scott Morrison is urging patience among the country's residents the priority is fortifies evacuating getting people psyched what is incredibly important is that we continue to mine the focus on these very important tasks the fires have burned more than four hundred home so far this week and authorities have ordered tourists to evacuate much of the nation southeastern coast because of the blazes it's relatively quiet at the US embassy in Iraq today pro Iran militia members had protest outside the embassy for the past two days and some of the protesters had stormed the compound a top Iranian official says Iran is not moving toward a war but he also says the country is not afraid of any conflict president trump has accused Iran of orchestrating the demonstrations and said Iran would be held responsible Austria's getting a coalition government of conservatives and greens following elections held last September Kerry Skyrim has more from verge of Vienna the conservatives won the election but needed a coalition partner to govern the leader suggesting coat says he's now secured a deal with Austria's greens a major swing to the left as his previous coalition was with the far right Freedom Party that collapsed in a scandal involving the far right the conservatives campaigned on reducing taxes and remaining tough on immigration the greens on spending more on the environment and self to immigration policies Mr code says the coalition deal unites the best of both worlds details are still to be announced but the greens will control the ministry combining environment transport infrastructure and energy for NPR news I'm Kerry scarring in Vienna Turkish media say police have detained seven people actively involved in the escape of former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn from Japan and peers Peter Kenyon reports that for the detainees are said to be pilots facing financial misconduct charges and what he called a rig to judicial system in Japan Ghosn announced this week that he had fled to Lebanon via Istanbul Turkey's Interior Ministry launched an investigation and the possible role of Turkish nationals in the escape the executives forfeiting some fourteen million dollars in bail Japan wants to see him face charges of breach of trust and under reporting future income Japanese prosecutors raided Goans Tokyo home after he fled the Lebanese government has no extradition treaty with Japan and officials there said there was no reason to detain him Peter Kenyon NPR news estable almost half of Denmark's electricity consumption in two thousand nineteen came from wind power it's a new occurred for the Nordic country which is one of the world's most ambitious climate targets wind accounted for forty seven percent of Denmark's power usage last year that's up from forty one percent in two thousand eighteen the hope of a trade deal being signed between China and the U. S. later this month helped Asia stocks to achieve major gains trying to CSI three hundred rose one point four percent in Thursday trading this is NPR and this is WNYC in New York on John Carlson an estimated one hundred thousand orthodox and observant Jews filled stadiums in Brooklyn and New Jersey for CM hot shots yesterday it's sometimes called the giant book club celebration celebrating the completion of the Talmud by Jews who have read it page by page everyday for the past seven and a half years city Solomon is a retired rabbi from would be he brought his son and two grandsons to the gathering at Barclays center I hope that the lead eserver the variety of people who are here today and that it will list Trenton them in their desire to study security for the event was tight following the spate of anti semitic attacks in our region the main event took place at MetLife stadium in the Meadowlands and was simulcasted the audience at Park Place civil rights activists are demanding the NYPD fire a white officer and that's after he was convicted of drunkenly breaking into a black family's home and terrorizing them officer Michael Renard's pleaded no contest last month to cripple salt and criminal trespassing charges he was a natural for a bachelor party in June of twenty eighteen when he kicked in the door of a home near his Airbnb rental and threaten the residents with racist slurs activists Houston John voice says of the NYPD should have immediately fired Reynolds and two officers who were with him and the fact that we have to be yeah a month after the conviction what's going on it's not a good sign in NYPD spokesperson says the department's disciplinary process is moving forward now that Reynolds trial is over former New York Yankees pitcher don Larsen has died Larson was the only player to throw a perfect game in World Series history he did it against the Dodgers in nineteen fifty six broadcaster Bob Woolf called the famous moment Larsen played with the Yankees for five of his fourteen seasons in the major leagues he was ninety years old right now here in.

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05:16 min | 2 years ago

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"In the news is next live from NPR news in Washington nine Dale Willman protests continue at the US embassy in Baghdad supporters of is she a militia group the US military targeted in airstrikes on Sunday reportedly have stormed a part of the compound NPR's llama Lorian has more protesters were caring what they said were coffins of some of the fighters who died in the U. S. airstrikes against the cat type has been the militia the March near government buildings and then to the US embassy compound protesters lit fires to show their anger and chanted America leave leave the roads on embassy walls closed by the order of the people security forces reportedly fired tear gas to disperse the crowd they are angry about the twenty four people from the car type has below group killed on Sunday the US says this was a retaliation attack after accusing the group of killing an American contractor in Iraq but the group denied involvement lemon ID and NPR news Beirut former Renault Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn says he fled house arrest in Japan to escape and on just in rig system and peers Eleanor Beardsley reports that gone slip past Japanese authorities arriving in his native Lebanon by private plane late Monday night in a statement Tuesday gone said he had not fled justice but had escaped injustice and political persecution in a country that had denied him basic human rights gone was arrested in November two thousand eighteen and charged with financial misconduct at the world's largest carmaker he's been in prison for much of the past year but was out on nine million dollars bail and under house arrest when he fled the details of Goan surprise escape are not yet known but this story is at the top of the news in France where the once revered automotive CEOs spent much of his time Eleanor Beardsley NPR news Paris wildfires across Australia have blackened tens of thousands of acres and they're threatening some of the country's cities as well an evacuation effort is being planned for residents of the town of Malibu to some for thousand people have left their homes and move to the waterfront of the town located in the country's southeastern region at least two people have died there so far someone's legislatures passed an anti infiltration bill and the Chinese political influence on the island and peers Emily Fang reports that the new law comes less than two weeks before Taiwan holds landmark presidential and parliamentary elections bill's passage comes after years of effort mostly from Taiwan's ruling DPP party to control Beijing's influence China sees Taiwan as part of its territory hopes one day to annex island present time when he was a DPP member had made passing the bill a priority in recent weeks but the opposition KMT party criticize the law as a quote political tool to muscle the sense that simply ours Emeli font family thing it was a short day of trading on Hong Kong's hang sang index where stocks finished the day down by half a percent the Shanghai composite meanwhile gained three tenths of a percent trading on Wall Street opens in just about twenty five minutes this is NPR live from KQED news I'm Brian what survivors of the series of northern California wildfires in recent years have until today at five PM to file claims against Pacific gas and electric the utility linked to many of those damaging fires the deadline comes after the judge overseeing the utilities bankruptcy extended it in October KQED is really tamale reports from Santa Rosa back in October judge Dennis mentally granted the extension because he was concerned that tens of thousands of eligible people hadn't filed for compensation from PGA any but after months of being inundated with ads and mailers many survivors who still live in the north they say they're aware and have filed unofficial fire claims dot com accountant Michael chrysalis who the court assigned to track down survivors says they should file even if they don't know how much to claim you don't have to put the amount down on the arm on the claim right now you can file the claim with the word unknown solar says more than seventy thousand people have now filed as Tuesday's deadline approaches I'm lily Jamali KQED news a man who was sentenced to death for a double murder in Burlingame close to thirty years ago has died at San Quentin state prison state prison officials say Phillip Jr Blonsky was found unresponsive in his cell on Friday afternoon he was pronounced dead twenty minutes later no word yet on his cause of death two Blonsky was sentence for killing his wife and her mother in nineteen ninety one his wife had married him while he was imprisoned for killing a previous wife in nineteen seventy eight I'm Brian what KQED news support for NPR today comes from Charles Schwab Schwab believes a modern approach to wealth management starts with asking questions Charles Schwab on your tomorrow learn more Schwab dot com and the listeners members and supporters of KQED public radio the times six oh six on the last day of the year Peter finch in for John McConnell with big problems still on the Nimitz freeway in Oakland a little good news north bound eight eighty at Fruitvale Avenue good news in that the two right lanes have re opened but we still have the two left lanes blocked.

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01:49 min | 2 years ago

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"Good morning a gunman killed two people in a church in Texas could have been worse a minister says many people were in that church when an armed volunteer security guard save lives it's morning edition from NPR news the minister said he's thankful quote our government has allowed us the opportunity to protect ourselves I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Noah will king how did resilience feel about their president to your boss and are a one year into his term coming up when a member of the Disney family yes those Disney's says company should pay their workers fair wages and what is a prisoner exchange between Russia and Ukraine mean for the war there fighting it's Monday December thirtieth singer song writer Patti Smith is seventy three years old today in the news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dale Willman in New York law enforcement officials are investigating wine attackers stabbed and injured five people during a Hanukkah celebration inside a rabbi's home this weekend NPR sounds a little long reports that police have arrested a suspect in the attack graft in Thomas has pleaded not guilty to attempted murder and burglary charges related to the stabbing attack in the New York suburb of Muncie in a written statement released by his attorney times his family says he was quote reason a home which embraced and respected all religions and races and then he has no known history of anti semitism the family has asked the attorney to request a mental health evaluation of Thomas who they say has a long history of mental illness and hospitalizations times is due back in court on Friday the Clinton you're covering into Cuomo as of Sunday evening two of the people injured in a stabbing attack were in critical condition.

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"Is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dale Willman thirty seven year old Grafton Thomas made his first court appearance over the weekend he pleaded not guilty to charges related to a brutal attack during a Hanukkah celebration in a rabbi's home in Muncie New York Saturday night thomas' friend John Broderick says mental illness contributed to that attack start acting a little strange on all the little info here in the state not to finish full thoughts police say Thomas attack people with a large machete five people were wounded including the rabbi son Thomas's family is asking that his mental health be examined a gunman opened fire in a church in Texas on Sunday he killed two people before he was in turn shot dead by congregants police say the shooting occurred near fort worth at the west freeway church of Christ in the town of white settlement north Korean leader Kim Jong hoon is highlighted national security and this country shrinking economy at a year and meeting of the north's ruling party as NPR's Anthony kun reports from Seoul observers are looking for signs of a shift to a more hardline policy in Pyongyang the Korean central news agency quotes Kim is saying that the country must take unspecified positive in offensive measures to insure the country's sovereignty and security he also called for corrections to what he called the grave situation of the country's industries under the pressure of sanctions the north's economy has been in recession for the past two years the report suggests that the party planning will continue into a third day on Tuesday the longest in Kim's eight years in office observers will also be looking for signs of a policy shift in Kim's annual new year's address Anthony kun NPR news Seoul a prominent Chinese geneticists to illegally edited the DNA of human embryos has been sentenced to three years in prison and peers Emily Fang reports that the geneticist had been trying to immunize the baby's against HIV a close court in the southern city of shinjin sentence hotel qua saying he conducted in a legal medical practice two other medical staff were sentenced to two years and one year prison time hello was also fined three million yen about four hundred thirty thousand dollars last year who Dunkley announced he had used a cutting edge technology called crisper to alter the genome of three human embryos all three of which were carried to term but the technology crisper still in its early experimental phase say scientists and it's full long term consequences unknown the Chinese scientists was heavily criticized for using it on humans without proper regulatory approval and we sang and pure news Beijing U. S. rockets hit sites in Iraq and eastern Syria this weekend the attacks are response to a rocket attack by Iranian backed militia on Friday the killed U. S. contractor and wounded several troops the US blames the militia for that attack secretary of state Mike Pompeii says the attacks and the message that the US will not tolerate actions by Iran the jeopardize American lives the run meanwhile has condemned those attacks it was a strong day for stocks in Asia Hong Kong's hang sang index hit a five month high on Monday this is NPR Tesla Monday began delivering the first model three electric cars build its factory in Shanghai the first vehicles off the line were given to employees who had purchased them construction on the two billion dollar plant began less than one year ago deliveries are expected to increase next month messages of support are pouring in for congressman John Lewis to announce this weekend he's been diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer Susanna Kapalua with member station W. A. B. E. reports that the civil rights icon will stay in Congress while undergoing treatment in coming weeks congressman John Lewis said he got the diagnosis during a regular medical exam and doctors told him with today's advances in treatment he has a fighting chance former president Barack Obama said on Twitter that Lewis has an incomparable will to fight and he's got a lot more of that left in him house speaker Nancy Pelosi said a generation of Americans will have John Lewis and the thoughts and prayers as he undergoes treatment which is expected to last for several weeks in a statement Lewis said he has fought for freedom equality and human rights his entire life but is never faced a fight like this one the seventy nine year old has been in Congress for more than thirty years for NPR news I'm Susanna kapple luto in Atlanta the New England Patriots will be playing during wild card weekend for the first time since two thousand nine the patriots lost to Miami on Sunday twenty seven to twenty four the host Tennessee next weekend the Kansas City Chiefs meanwhile earned a first round bye on Sunday with a thirty one to twenty one win over the Los Angeles Clippers in the NFC west the saints host the Vikings next weekend.

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"I'm ari Shapiro nine also chain coming up the story of a human diaspora kids who are adopted overseas after the Korean War I feel like I was sold I don't know why and I don't even know if my name Israel my birthdate Israel also at Amazon warehouses speed comes at a price they don't want you sitting down anywhere and resting unit there you know the compare lines were stopped later we'll remember to musicians the Broadway composer behind hello Dolly and the college of full and a rockabilly veteran because in performing for more than six decades plus some advice on how to get rid of your Christmas tree those stories after the news live from NPR news in Washington nine Dale Willman shock jock don Imus died today in Texas he was seventy nine years old he retired from his radio program in March of last year he made his reputation with the quick wit and an acid tongue and regularly got into trouble for making comments on air that many viewed as offensive off the air he raised more than forty million dollars for a number of charities he also ran a ranch in New Mexico for dying children officials have now found the wreckage of a tourist helicopter that disappeared on Thursday in Hawaii it was carrying seven people when it went down in a mountainous area of the island of Kaua I. crews are now making their way to the wreckage to look for any survivors New York City police are increasing patrols around Jewish neighborhoods and houses of worship after a spate of anti semitic attacks that include verbal and physical abuse Shawn Carlson from member station W. NYC has more mayor bill de Blasio says the NYPD will have a more visible presence in a number of Brooklyn neighborhoods with large Jewish communities that's after six possible anti semitic attacks in the past week it also comes on the heels of a fatal shooting in nearby Jersey city earlier this month in which six people were killed including two attackers the city is also preparing for a religious celebration on January first we're one hundred and ten thousand observant Jews celebrate the end of a Taurus cycle the NYPD says there has been a major spike in anti semitic attacks in New York this year for NPR news I'm Sean Carlson in New York the Russian military has declared its new intercontinental weapon operational they say the weapon can fly twenty seven times the speed of sound and can make sure the new overs while heading toward its target if true that would make the missile much harder to intercept officials say the missile can also carry a payload of up to two megatons the flu is in full swing just in time for the holidays the CDC estimates the four point six million Americans have had the flu so far this season and it's not over yet NPR Sydney looking reports twenty five states are now experiencing high flu activity according to the centers for disease control and prevention it estimates that there have been thirty nine thousand hospitalizations from the flu so far the rate of hospitalization is similar to previously seasons this flu season is still gaining steam according to Dr William Shatner with Vanderbilt University Medical Center it'll likely will P. within the month and then in several weeks we might see it recede now of course who was fickle meaning it can be unpredictable last year there were two peaks one for each dominant strain of the virus public health experts say it's not too late to get a flu shot Sydney Lufkin NPR news the major stock indexes on Wall Street closed almost flat to finish the week the S. and P. five hundred closed out the day up one tenth of a point to finish at thirty to forty the nasdaq composite slipped fifteen points the Dow Jones industrials closed up twenty three points to end the week at twenty eight six forty five this is NPR US officials say an American defense contractor was killed today in a rocket attack on an Iraqi military base several US service members and Iraqi troops were wounded the base is located near the city of Kirkuk in northern Iraq officials there suspect the attack was carried out by Iranian backed militia legendary Broadway songwriter Jerry Herman has died he was eighty eight years old Herman is best known for writing being happy optimistic musicals including hello Dolly maim and la casa fall he was also a major contributor to aids research Herman died yesterday in Miami from pulmonary complications Jeff London reports one of Jerry Herman's biggest hits was look kasha full which opened in nineteen eighty three.

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"News live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dale Willman Ukraine says it's buying more javelin anti tank missiles from the US this time with its own money NPR's Michele Kelemen reports that the sale was held up along with USA earlier this year Ukraine's embassy in Washington says this is the country's first ever major contract for a direct purchase from the U. S. a previous shipment of javelins was part of a US aid package now under a new Ukrainian law the country can buy the weapons directly the trump administration notified Congress about the proposed sale of a hundred and fifty javelins in October Ukraine's president told trump in late July that he was almost ready to buy more javelins from the west trump responded saying quote I would like you to do us a favor though president trump has since been impeached by the house of representatives for abuse of power in his dealings with Ukraine Michele Kelemen NPR news the state department security office in Moscow of raided the offices of Alexi the volley he is the most prominent critic of president Vladimir Putin in the governing United Russia party the volley has been jailed repeatedly in recent years for participating in un sanction protests his organization is produced reports alleging corruption by top officials including the prime minister officials in eastern Turkey say seven people died when a boat carrying seventy one migrants capsized in lake von NPR's Peter Kenyon says the migrants were from Afghanistan Bangladesh and Pakistan in a statement the governor's office in bit list provinces the survivors were rescued and taken to hospitals or shelters the north shore of the lake is near the Iranian border where large numbers of migrants have crossed in hopes of making their way to Europe it wasn't clear why the migrants chose to cross the lake rather than travel by land that's N. P. R.'s Peter Kenyon tensions are escalating between Mexico and Bolivia security agents in La Paz continue to surround the Mexican ambassador's residence as NPR's Carrie Kahn reports Mexico says it will lodge a complaint with international institutions over what it sees as a seizure at its diplomatic compound Mexico's foreign minister says the presence of Bolivian agents armed guards and drones surveillance around the Mexican ambassador's residence is a violation of international treaties Mexico says it will file a complaint with the international court of justice at the Hague Mexico is allowed nine X. ministers and other officials of the government of former president Dave Ammar Alice to take refuge in its compounds the former officials have been there since November one moralis resigned from power and made allegations of voter fraud moralis was granted asylum in Mexico but has since left he is now in Argentina Bolivian officials say more Alice's former officials will not be allowed to leave the country Carrie Kahn NPR news Mexico City on Wall Street the nasdaq composite climbed above nine thousand for the first time today as technology stocks rose the tech heavy index added almost eight tenths of a percent by the close to finish at nine thousand to twenty two this is NPR and this is KCRW news at three or four good afternoon on Benjamin Gottlieb in for Larry Pareil here's what's happening there is a new legal developments in the case of Harvey Weinstein LA district attorney Jackie Lacey may file some charges against the disgrace movie producer the I. times first wrote that story on Christmas day with more here's KCRW seven George the DA's office is reportedly considering these criminal charges against one scene after reviewing alleged sexual misconduct the dates back several years sources close to the investigation told the LA times that a total of eight cases are being reviewed by the D. A.'s sex crimes division for those cases were referred by the LAPD and four from the Beverly hills police department that's been more than two years since those two departments launched their sexual assault investigations into one steam and since then the onetime movie legend has encountered one legal problem after another recently his lawyers reached a proposed settlement and some civil cases but one scene is facing a criminal trial in New York when the Manhattan DA's office actually filed charges where as here in LA they're still just being considered once in for his part has denied any wrongdoing in addition to the New York criminal case and a class action lawsuit there are at least eighteen women with individual suits against one steam they alleged sexual misconduct assaults.

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04:54 min | 2 years ago

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"Now this news live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dale Willman US and south Korean militaries are watching for signs of potential north Korean provocations and piers Anthony kun says this follows threats of a so called Christmas present made by the north earlier this month south Korea's Yonhap news agency quotes aviation tracking services as saying the US flew for different kinds of surveillance planes over and around the Korean peninsula Tuesday and Wednesday analysts have cautioned against taking come young's threat to literally as the north's military moves could come in any form at any time observers are awaiting a special meeting of north Korea's ruling workers party at an unspecified time before year's end which could announce a shift towards a more confrontational policy such a message could also come in leader Kim jong-un's annual new year's address Anthony kun NPR news Seoul China and the U. S. say an interim trade pact will soon be official NPR's Emily Fang reports that the two countries are planning a White House signing ceremony China's foreign ministry told reporters that it wasn't close close communication with US counterparts to plan a signing ceremony for the first phase of a trade deal the US is at the ceremony could be the first week of January China has refused to give a specific date details of the agreement are also unknown China has at the terms of the agreement would be disclosed at the signing ceremony NPR's Emily faxing Israeli officials say a rocket from Gaza has been intercepted over at southern territories the attack because prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu to be moved from a stage during an election rally there but no reports of casualties and no Palestinian group has claimed responsibility thousands of Christian faithful descended on St Peter's square at the Vatican to hear pope Francis delivers annual Christmas message as NPR Sylvia put Jolie reports the pope focused on the plight of people forced to emigrate in search of a secure life he also urged the leaders of south Sudan to keep their promise to form a transitional unity government early next year Franciscan oust indifference shown to my grants Ilene Justy checking your really got to have a decided they say the injustice forces them to cross the desert and sees the become cemeteries the pope said and to win your unspeakable abuse enslavement and torture in inhumane detention camps it's because of injustice he added that they find themselves before walls of indifference earlier this week Francis placed across in circle by a life jacket inside the Vatican in memory of the migrants who drowned in the Mediterranean as they sought refuge in Europe so people Julie NPR news Rome a Christmas day fire in Minneapolis is left as many as two hundred fifty people homeless during the holiday no deaths or serious injuries were reported from the four alarm fire several people were treated at the scene for smoke inhalation US stock markets are closed today for the Christmas holiday on Tuesday the major indexes ended nearly flat in a short day of trading that into the major winning streak for the markets the push the major indexes to record highs this month this is NPR fighting continued in Hong Kong on Christmas protesters some wearing Santa Claus hats smashed shop windows police used tear gas to drive the protesters back and made a number of arrests a new study of children with HIV has some troubling findings even when children are given early treatments that suppress the virus in their bodies they perform significantly worse on a range of cognitive tests compared to children who are not HIV positive NPR's no retirement reports the researchers studied nearly two hundred and fifty children in four African countries who acquired HIV from their mothers in utero during birth or breast feeding but who had been put on HIV aids drugs before the age of three these kids were then given tests measuring a range of abilities from maintaining attention to planning to reasoning not only do they perform worse than peers who do not have the virus on some measures the gaps increased over time the results have been published in the journal clinical infectious diseases your retirement NPR news a government spokesman in Iran says that country will hold a joint naval exercise with Russia and China in the northern part of the Indian Ocean the four day drill will begin on Saturday it will be the first such exercise that involves the three nations Tehran is hoping to boost military cooperation with both Moscow and Beijing because of sanctions placed on the country by the US the city of Baltimore could end the year with the record it does not want its highest ever per capita homicide rate killings of plague the city throughout the year as of Tuesday police and recorded three hundred thirty eight homicides the record in the city is three hundred forty two it's the fifth year in a row that Baltimore has reported more than three hundred killings ideal woman NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from a twenty four presenting on cut jam starring Adam Sandler demons al and Kevin Garnett directed by this afterburners now playing in theaters everywhere.

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"And the news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dale Willman China South Korea and Japan have pledged to work together to peacefully resolve the north Korean nuclear issue and piers Anthony Kuen reports from Seoul that the region is on edge a minute approaching north Korean deadline for the US to make concessions at a press conference following their trilateral summit in southwest China's Chung DU city premier league Kutztown told a news briefing that dialogue is the only way to resolve the crisis in the China Japan and South Korea will step up their coordination and communication there was no mention of what exactly the three can do to coax the US and North Korea back to the negotiating table if the U. when China and Russia recently suggested easing sanctions on North Korea but the US quickly vetoed that idea the U. S. and south Korean military say they're closely monitoring North Korea and are ready for any possible provocations Anthony kun NPR news Seoul flights in and out of Chicago's two major airports are grounded right now because of dense fog Chicago is a major hub for airlines and this is one of the busiest travel weeks of the year more than two hundred flights have been delayed or canceled house speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell remain to this stance deal over how to conduct an impeachment trial and NPR's Claudia Gonzalez reports that the impasse could continue through the congressional holiday recess both Colosio McConnell have signal that they can trigger a Senate trial of president trump until Congress returns in January hello she says she wants to get a clear picture of what a Senate trial could look like before releasing the articles of impeachment to the Senate but McConnell recently told fox and friends he's in no rush you know I'm not anxious to have those trials she was told all the papers as Florida McConnell and other Senate Republicans have been in close contact with tromping maintain that a trial would quickly exonerate the president however house Democrats have raised concerns that the Senate is making a mockery of the process cloudy Seles NPR news Washington Australian prime minister Scott Morrison is promising to give some volunteer firefighters up to four weeks of paid leave for battling the huge bush fires the ravaged part of that country the BBC's Phil Mercer reports that nearly a thousand households in the prime minister's home state of New South Wales have been destroyed by fire since the beginning of July has the charred remains of devastated towns are inspected the true extent of Australia's bush five crisis is gradually emerging almost one thousand homes have been lost in New South Wales all that's left of many a contorted metal roofs will scorch breaks for residents it's a miserable sites this repeated time and time again recovering from a disaster on this scale could take years and for some homeowners the decision whether to rebuild in fire prone areas won't be an easy one the baby seals that sees Phil Mercer reporting from Sydney Wall Street opens for an abbreviated day of trading later this hour on Monday the Dow Jones industrial average closed up this is NPR live from KQED knew some Brian white federal authorities have signed new long term contracts with three private prison companies to operate and expand immigration detention in California the move comes just days before a new state law takes effect outlawing for profit detention KQ these immigration editor Taiki Kendricks reports the deal signed by US immigration and customs enforcement lock in contracts for as long as fifteen years at a cost of several billion dollars the companies will continue to run for existing ice facilities with more than five thousand beds one company geo group revealed that it will also convert three additional California prisons that owns to ice detention that would add two thousand more bets the law taking effect on January first bands for profit prisons an immigration detention in California immigrant advocates say these contracts circumvent that law but I says it is quote compliant with regulations I'm taking Hendrix KQED news three San Francisco supervisors are calling on planning commissioner Dennis Richards to resign Richards has come under fire for buying out tenants in the building he bought fixed up and tried to sell for a much higher price he's also in a dispute with building inspectors over work done at the house Richard just taking a leave of absence he's told reporters the building needed work and its tenants asked to be bought out the examiner reports the two.

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01:58 min | 2 years ago

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"Famous verifone cops just heard on the news this morning and I was like oh that's going to be a problem later the future of Venice and our fifth annual musical train of gratitude where artists tell us about the music they're thankful for keep making music I really like that you have helped shape a little black girl from Virginia so honored that your voice is present in our world first these headlines live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dale Willman president trump is on his way back to the United States after making a surprise thanksgiving day visit to US troops in Afghanistan NPR's Windsor Johnston reports that while in Afghanistan trump announced plans to restart peace negotiations with the Taliban that announcement comes less than three months after he scuttled talks with the group speaking at bag from air base on the outskirts of Kabul trump thank the troops for their continued service in America's longest war he also suggested that the Taliban are ready to negotiate the Taliban wants to make a deal we'll see if they want to make it has got to be a real deal but we'll see but they want to make a deal and then I want to make a deal because you're doing a great job that's the only reason I want to make a deal trump ended formal peace talks with the militant group in September after a claim responsibility for an attack in Kabul that killed a dozen people including an American soldier the president also says the US is moving ahead with plans to substantially reduce troop levels in Afghanistan wins our Johnston NPR news Washington officials in China have summoned the US ambassador to protest new legislation signed by president trump this week the measures mandates sanctions on Chinese and Hong Kong officials who carry out human rights abuses in Hong Kong in Hong Kong meanwhile police spokesman shall get Ming says there's extensive damage at the school were protesters retreated following fierce clashes with police in recent weeks the campus has been maliciously occupied and damaged over the.

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02:55 min | 3 years ago

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"Bagel with bacon, egg and cheese. Well, he's been arrested. It's Friday January fourth happy birthday Richard Hake. This is morning edition on WNYC. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dale Willman wasting little time House Democrats passed a plan on Thursday to reopen the government without funding for President Trump's border wall. Newly elected speaker Nancy Pelosi says Trump and Senate Republicans should take. Yes. For an answer and approved the measure, which is identical to one passed by the Republican controlled Senate last month. So far majority leader Mitch McConnell says he will not take the Bill up in the Senate. But NPR's Domenico Montanaro says Republican resolve is showing signs of cracking. At least two Republican senators are calling for funding the government without this border wall fight that's Cory Gardner of Colorado. And Susan Collins of Maine Gardner said that congress needs to take further action on border security, but that work should be done. When the government is fully open Collins said that the government basically should not be held hostage to this debate over border security, the department of homeland security, meanwhile is asking. The Pentagon for more help to shore up the US border with Mexico. One request calls for the building or refurbishing of some one hundred sixty miles of fencing. Pentagon sources say the effort could include more troops at least several months to construct. The fencing other assistance is expected to include military, medical units, and surveillance aircraft. One senior Pentagon officials said the fencing is expected to be constructed along the California and Arizona border requests from homeland security comes as President Trump is negotiating with congress over funding a border wall. Trump has said before if he doesn't get the money. He'll have the military build the wall tone Bowman NPR news, Washington. Lingering worries about economic growth in corporate earnings sent Wall Street stocks sharply lower Thursday with the Dow Jones industrials losing two point eight percent. And the NASDAQ composite index falling more than three percent. Steve Beck ner has more. The tone was set before the opening bell went apple slashed its first quarter revenue forecast. A sell off that began abroad slammed Wall Street. Led by a near ten percent plunge in apple shares other tech stocks and the broader market were infected adding to bearish sentiment was a purchasing manager's survey showing trade problems have weakened manufacturing. Strong job gains did little to help after rebounding from early losses. Heavy selling resumed losses in the year. Second day of trading more than a raise the first days gains the flight into safer treasury bonds sent the ten year note, yield below two point six percent for NPR news. I'm Steve back near the longest serving Republican Senator in US history is now retired Senator Orrin Hatch officially left office as the new congress was sworn in on Thursday hatch was a staunch conservative, but he was also willing to cross the aisle to find compromise on.

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02:37 min | 3 years ago

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"And Democrats agree. They want more border security. It's the president who insists on a wall. I'm Noel king. And I'm Rachel Martin this hour we look at the reality at the border. What do the people who live and work there say about a wall keeping people out as we learn more about the ex marine detained in Russia for spying we first hand look at the experience from another American arrested in Russia decades ago. It is Thursday January third quarterback for the New York Giants ally. Manning celebrates a birthday today. He turns thirty eight years old. The newscast is coming up next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dale Willman. How many times can we say no that was House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi's response to NBC when asked about talks with the White House on Wednesday to reopen government. Pelosi was responding to president Donald Trump's request for five billion dollars toward building a border wall with Mexico, it stay thirteen of a partial government shutdown and Trump says it will last as long as it takes to get the funding. He wants leaders have been invited back to the White House on Friday for more discussions, the new session of congress. Meanwhile, begins this afternoon added features a record number of women members the Blue Wave that handed the House Democrats this year. Also brought in lots of women while Republicans didn't have nearly as many women candidates. In fact, the number of Republican women is falling in this new congress seven the party worry that this could alienate voters and they're working to find ways to support GOP women in primaries next time around that's NPR's. Daniel Kurtzer, Kurtz, Laban. The Senate has confirmed President Trump's nominee to head the US census bureau. NPR's Hansie lo Wong reports that Stephen Dilling ham is set to take over the agency with a little more than a year before the twenty twenty cents. This begin Stephen dealing heads nomination was approved by unanimous voice vote in the Senate on Wednesday. The census bureau has not had a permanent director for more than a year. Now Billingham is expected to lead the agency through the end of twenty twenty one he will oversee the final preparations for the twenty twenty cents is expected to be the first US headcount to be conducted online, which brings cybersecurity risks. Don't we have will also inherit seven lawsuits reconquer virtual new citizenship. Question added by the Trump administration during his confirmation hearing Dillingham said he would not voice an opinion on the issue. And that he's looking to the courts to decide whether the census bureau moves forward with a question on zeal along NPR news, New York shops are shot and hundreds of people have been arrested in India's southern state of Kerala. Protests have erupted after two women in their forty centered a Hindu temple that is traditionally back. Banned women who were old enough to menstruate NPR's Lauren Freyer reports from him by..

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03:16 min | 3 years ago

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"Next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dale Willman leaders from both the house in the Senator heading to the White House today to attend a briefing on border security a day before the new congress convenes on Thursday NPR's Wally psychotic reports. It's week two of a partial government shutdown and the sticking point has been more funding to expand a border wall. President Trump has now invited the top two leaders from both chambers to meet without giving an exact agenda, but in a tweet the president said let's make a deal meanwhile at the country southern border US customs and border said tear gas was used on New Year's day to target rock. Throwers the agency set a detained at least twenty-five migrants. Doi- psycho NPR news. Culver City, California. Utah Senator elect Mitt Romney will not take office until Thursday, but the former presidential candidate already has some strong words for President Donald Trump writing in the Washington Post on Tuesday. Romney said the president's conduct over the past two years shows he's not risen to the mantle of the office. And he said that the president is lacking in character. Trump's campaign manager Brad par scaled accuses Romney of jealousy and says Romney lacked the ability to save the nation. New York governor Andrew Cuomo says he's not running for president in twenty twenty. But it is third inauguration address on Tuesday. He did say he's taking on the federal government and President Trump's agenda from member station. W F UV Casey Candela reports governor Cuomo's decision to hold his inauguration on Ellis Island was no accidental symbolism. Although he didn't mention President Trump by name Cuomo criticized him for sowing division by attacking emigrants. He says New York will lead the country, by example, Cuomo is poised to pass a slew of progressive legislation in the coming year, thanks to Democrats gaining control of both chambers and the New York state legislature. In two thousand eighteen it took longer for adults to say, I do his NPR show corley reports the median age of people getting married for the first time rose while the proportion of young adults already married drops in two thousand eighteen the median age of men getting married for the first time was nearly thirty years old and for women nearly Twenty-eight the numbers from the US census bureau show that nearly a third of young adults between the ages of eighteen to thirty four were married in two thousand eighteen forty years earlier that number was nearly double. There was also a change. But not nearly as dramatic in the number of young adults living with an unmarried partner. Fifteen percent in two thousand eighteen a decade earlier. It was twelve percent income may be a strong factor. The census reports forty percent of Mary young adults earned forty thousand dollars or more compared to just twenty percent of unmarried young adults, Cheryl corley NPR news. Sam etlinger ran for three touchdowns as the Texas longhorns. Earned their first ten win season. And almost. A decade Tuesday night by beating Georgia twenty eight to twenty one fumbles in the botched pundit tent by Georgia helped Texas seal that win this is NPR. A retired army captain from the far right has taken office as president of Brazil NPR's. Philip Reeve's says Zaira Boston narrow was officially sworn in during a ceremony attended by secretary of state Mike Pompeo Bolsonaro arrive.

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04:45 min | 3 years ago

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"Is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dale Willman. The federal government is now on the eleventh day of a partial shutdown NPR's Windsor. Johnston reports that President Trump and congressional Democrats appear no closer to resolving their dispute over funding for a southern border wall House Democrats still refused to approve Trump's five billion dollar demand for a border wall with Mexico, the central sticking point in budget negotiations. Speaking on Fox News business on Monday. Trump said he's waiting to make a deal with Democrats. I'm ready willing and able I'm in the White House. I'm ready to go. They can come over right now. They could've come over. Anytime. I spend Christmas in the White House. I spent New Year's Eve now in the White House. And you know, I'm here house. Democrats are expected to kick off the new congress by introducing a legislative package that would reopen the government. But there's no guarantee the Bill will pass the Senate or that President Trump will sign it. Windsor johnston. NPR news, Washington. One union representing federal workers. Meanwhile, is suing the government saying the work stoppage breaks, the fair labor standards act, a new California law taking effect today allows the public to access police records in of use of force cases capital public radio's needing by reports. California has long been known for being secretive when it comes to investigations and police use of force cases. Now, David Snyder with the first amendment coalition says the new law will allow the public to hold police departments accountable when officers are involved in wrongdoing public exposure and public scrutiny of those few bad apples. I think will result in better policing or more fair policing, and therefore I think ultimately will benefit law enforcement, generally, the new California law also allows public access to sustained investigations into on the job dishonesty or sexual assault. For NPR news. I'm needing to buy in Sacramento. A Panamanian car carrier. Heading from Japan to Hawaii caught fire on New Year's Eve US Coast Guard Petty officer, Matthew west says some crew members abandoned ship. The crew members have been rescued by good Samaritans for commercial vessels on two of the crew. Members are reported as being in the water and unresponsive, and there are three crew members who are on accounted for the fire was reported overnight and rescue operations are continuing vacation is hoping to start the new year and some of the country's most popular national parks may be disappointed this year with a portion of the federal government shutdown. Many parks are operating with small staffs in some now are closing portions of the parks to visitors at Yosemite national park in California. Some campgrounds are being shuttered at Rocky Mountain national park in Colorado officials are closing some restrooms and locking up trash bins because staff is not available to service them in Yellowstone National Park. Meanwhile, private contractors who operate winter services such as tours are now also removing trash and replacing toilet paper. This is N P. News. Nasa. Scientists are waiting for a spacecraft in the outer solar system to phone home. After flying past a space rock some four billion miles from earth. K Q E DS Daniel Potter has more on the NASA probe known as new horizons. New horizons was set to fly past the space rock just after midnight on the east coast, but it will be well into New Year's day before an initial report from the fly by reaches earth. Principal investigator Allen stern says while it's more challenging than when the spacecraft flew past Pluto in two thousand fifteen the team is confident, but I'd be kidney. If I didn't tell you that we're also, you know, on pins and needles to see how this turns out, we only get one shot at it. Nothing like this has ever been done before and with any enterprise like this. There comes risk. Scientists say they hope to get the first up close photos back shortly, but down linking the full results will take months because the probe transmits at the speed of a dialup modem for NPR news. I'm Dino Potter. He was once mocked by other lawmakers for his far right positions. Bizarre. Bolsonaro takes office as Brazil's new president today. The former army captain and longtime congressman rose to power on an anti-corruption and pro gun agenda his platform energize the country's conservative voters. Bolsonaro is the latest of several far right leaders from around the world who have come to power on promises to end the status quo. It was a dismal year for stocks in the US despite a positive day on Monday, two thousand eighteen was the worst showing for Wall Street in a decade markets set a number of positive records earlier in the year, but major US index fell sharply in October the SMP ended down Lear down by more than six percent. I Dale Willman NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations..

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02:22 min | 3 years ago

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"In Washington. I'm Dale Willman special military forces in Afghanistan have launched a new offensive against the Taliban. Today officials say more than twenty five militants have been killed. The action follows to overnight attacks by Taliban fighters in northern Afghanistan that killed more than fifteen policemen. The Associated Press has more than twenty other people were wounded NPR's Diaa Hadid reports residents fled the area fearing that get caught in the fighting Taliban insurgents have relentlessly attacked off gone forces and some twenty eight thousand have been killed since two thousand fifteen the attacks have come despite efforts by the United States to negotiate an end to the country's conflict. That's been complicated by reports that President Trump wants to withdraw about half the US troops stationed in Afghanistan. Patrick Shanahan started the new year today by becoming the acting secretary of defense is NPR's David welna reports Shanahan's succeeds former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis who. Leaves after nearly two years on the job. Both acting Defense Secretary Shanahan and the man he's replacing are from the state of Washington, but they seem to be cut from different cloths. Jim Mattis spent most of his life as a marine retiring as a four star general Shanahan spent three decades as an executive at Boeing a major defense contractor. He's never been in the military and prior to serving as Madison's deputy Defense Secretary. He'd never held a job in government Shanahan did oversee the Pentagon's. I audit ever this past year. And he's worked on president. Trump's proposed space force Mattis, ultimately parted ways with Trump over policy differences, and it's not clear how closely Shanahan's views aligned with those of the president, David welna NPR news, Washington. Members of the United States coast guard or among thousands of government employees working without pay during the shutdown on Monday. The Trump administration made an emergency one time payment for the forty two thousand active duty members of the coast. Guard the money make sure they're paid for all work in December. But as Connecticut public radio's Frankie Graziano reports one Senator wants to ensure that guardsmen are compensated throughout the government shutdown. The coastguard is a part of the department of homeland security which is not funded during the shutdown. Senator Richard Blumenthal is introducing legislation that would allow for the workers to be paid for this shutdown and future. Once they have the need for.

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