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"dallas npr" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:35 min | 7 months ago

"dallas npr" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And endorsing Joe by former presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar charges moments ago joining fellow democratic presidential hopeful Pete booted judge in her doors when a former vice president Joe Biden Biden is campaigning in Texas ahead of super Tuesday from Dallas NPR's Wade Goodwyn reports there is little doubt Klobuchar's and booted judge's decision to throw their support to Joe Biden will help him in Texas the problem for bite and is it too late polls last month showed him with a narrow lead over Bernie Sanders but by last week the polls had shifted reflecting Sanders momentum and showing him in the lead now the question is has the former vice president's overwhelming victory in South Carolina swung big mo back in his direction the South Carolina effect will be blunted by the fact that Texas has twelve days of early voting and more than a million Texas voters have already cast their ballots Wade Goodwyn NPR news Dallas what is it more than a dozen states are casting their choice for the democratic presidential nomination tomorrow is Emily Siner reports from member station WPLN Tennessee has gotten way more presidential primary attention this year than in two thousand sixteen several candidates have visited the state in set up active campaign offices in Tennessee trying to woo it's democratic and moderate voters Mike Bloomberg any clover shar and people to judge have all come to Tennessee just within the past few days but of course to those candidates are now out of the race meanwhile Joe Biden and Jane Sanders have also been campaigning here on behalf of their husbands reporter Emily Siner ward six people have died in the U. S. from covert nineteen in Washington state the head of the food and drug administration now says will be a flood of new Cronus corona virus test available nationwide Richard Harris reports on the long delayed testing system the CDC tried to develop a test for the corona virus but ran into problems it took weeks for the agency to sort out the snags and by the time the did the virus was starting to spread through a few communities FDA commissioner Steven Hahn says his agency instituted a new policy over the weekend inviting companies and certified labs to make their own tests with this new policy we've heard from multiple companies in multiple academic centers and we expect to have a substantial increase in the number of tests this week next week and throughout the month the estimates were getting from industry right now by the end of this week close to million tests will be able to be performed but the test take time to perform and require expertise so testing programs can't instantly ramp up their response Richard Harris NPR news stocks soared on Wall Street today amid hopes on the part of traders the federal reserve and other central banks worldwide will rush to the rescue amid the corona virus outbreak the Dow was up nearly thirteen hundred points this is NPR This Is WNYC in New York I'm lance lackey the New York legislature is poised to pass a forty million dollar appropriation the last governor Cuomo to fight any outbreak of covert nineteen in the state the funds could go toward additional personnel equipment and supplies travel costs and training with a portion going toward municipalities for services and expenses related to any outbreak the state is also increasing its testing capacity and telling people to expect the smell of bleach from cleaning in public areas including subways meanwhile some new Yorkers are stocking up on food after the first case of covert nineteen was confirmed in New York City yesterday Danny hunt was shopping at the park slope food coop to prepare for a lot of days at home he says he's not really fearful but wants to follow the crowd it's like a group mentality.

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Joe Biden Accepts Endorsements at Dallas Rally the Night Before Super Tuesday

Marketplace

04:17 min | 7 months ago

Joe Biden Accepts Endorsements at Dallas Rally the Night Before Super Tuesday

"Okay as we approach super Tuesday there is a lot of campaign activity to keep track of people to judge the former mayor of south bend Indiana has endorsed former vice president Joe Biden the judge suspended his own presidential bid last night also today Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar plans to suspend her campaign and she also endorsed by them they're set to appear together in Dallas NPR political correspondent Asma Holland has been traveling with the biting campaign she joins us now has some other there are let's begin with this booty judge endorsement what did he say tonight well it just happened a few minutes ago here in Dallas and he said he was delighted he endorsed by did in part because you feel like you know this is not just about winning the presidency it's about winning the local Senate and house races and he made some sort of I think coded references to Bernie Sanders suggesting that being the loudest is not always about being right he also mentioned that he feels like Joe Biden it's just a particularly decent person he sees that he said would you run against him but also when you start your wedding comes with own hometown of south bend while he was vice president okay just a step back for a moment though I mean we see endorsements from the judge from club which are along with an endorsement from former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid which also came today for Biden how big a deal do you think are all these endorsements put together today I mean it's tricky I mean for Joe Biden said get news right you had a pretty rough opening to this primary season finishing in fourth place in fifth place he's I hope you had a remarkably strong last seventy two hours not only would that resounding victory in South Carolina but they're just getting us we would contortionist and really what we've seen is we've seen a moderate candidate in this race decide that they were going to coalesce around one single alternative to Bernie Sanders and they decided that that best alternative is Joe Biden you know on the other hand though Bernie Sanders had run at the anti establishment figure in some way not really he's in North Dakota bolstered his theory of the case which is that the democratic establishment it is not for him and they have never supported him and didn't you know he's not always been a part of a long time member of the Democratic Party right so if you're on the Sanders campaign right now I guess how might you be feeling seeing all these endorsements coming in for a bite and I mean it's a tricky thing to say what they wanted an endorsement from someone like beauty get you Bernie Sanders has really ideologically Gifford with substantively on the debate stage you know both provided an empty dejected suggested that Sanders Medicare for all vision which is too radical it was not in sync with what a vast majority of Americans wanted their queue and and really I think it's gonna Sanders campaign you're hot again the establishment and most of the north is that we've seen today well really good for Joe Biden in terms of you know consolidating the traditional democratic establishment support you know what Bernie Sanders I would argue it makes it a stronger as well so I I really would say you need a clarifying vision will be what we actually start counting votes I'm super Tuesday went fourteen states will vote right and speaking of super Tuesday I mean what do you think the effect will be tomorrow on super Tuesday and going forward of both the judge and any call which are not being in this race anymore I mean look Joe Biden certainly has much to gain specifically because we see these two candidates who dropped out of the race go ahead and line themselves up behind Joe Biden impact judge tonight here said that he was endorsing but any hopes that his supporters would join in and that I think would be most interesting out there is that when we look at some of the polls earlier in the week last week it looks like Joe Biden was really on the cusp of being viable in some of the states that means he needed needs to get fifteen percent in order to accrue any delegate to win clover shard JH no longer in the race at all it seems likely that he'll get at least a moderate this and at least that way you'll be viable and be able to get delegates and to me that is the biggest difference is that really will likely see many more places where bite in across the board is able to recruit delegates mark all right that is NPR's us Mulholland thank you so much

"dallas npr" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:04 min | 11 months ago

"dallas npr" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR news in Washington I'm Jax beer of former White House national security official was on Capitol Hill today in the latest phase of the impeachment inquiry to Morrison discussing with the lawyer to conversations he had with ambassador to the European Union chords song want more ginseng silent hold him Ukraine needed to announce an investigation and a former vice president Joe Biden and his family to free up US military aid by that point did you understand that the statement related to the biting into two thousand sixteen investigations I've got to get a yes and that that was a a essentially a condition for the security assistance to be released I understood that that's what investors on believed after speaking with president trump that's what he represented Morrison says when he recounted the discussion to his boss the national security adviser John Bolton Bolton told him to quote tell the lawyers from U. S. special representative Ukraine Kurt Volker also testified in another blow to Boeing the national transportation safety board is recommending thousands of seven thirty seven NG planes undergo a redesigned to the engine outlets seven thirty seven next generation is a precursor to the now grounded seven thirty seven Max from Dallas NPR's Wade Goodwyn has more the NTSB recommendations are a consequence of a catastrophic engine failure on a southwest flight last year from New York to Dallas a fan blade broke off in Pierce the seven thirty seven jet killing a mother of two who was partially sucked out of the plane and had to be pulled back in by passengers the safety board urged the front of the engine be redesigned to improve debris containment for instance broken fan blades as many as seven thousand jobs could be impacted and Boeing stock fell on the news the NTSB urge the F. A. A. to demand older seven thirty seven in Jeez be updated with the facts and requires a repair on new plays as well Wade Goodwyn NPR news Dallas the NTSB says a fatal.

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"dallas npr" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"dallas npr" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Shea Stevens US house Democrats a secretary of state my compare was considered a witness in the impeachment inquiry of president trump among them is Illinois congressman Roger Krishnamoorthy who sits on the intelligence committee question more the tells NPR lawmakers are concerned about reports that pump pale was involved in the July phone call in which trump allegedly sought Ukraine's help to investigate Joe by the question is is the you know potentially blocking testimony from others in a in a time to protect himself and quite frankly maybe he should be recusing himself for purposes of responding to the inquiry and someone else should be responding and stuff secretary Pompeii accuses house Democrats of trying to intimidate current and former state department officials meanwhile former US envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker confirms that he will appear before three house committees in closed door hearings on Capitol Hill this week president trump insists his phone call with Ukraine's president was not improper in a tweet late Tuesday trump said the impeachment inquiry is actually a cool he calls it the greatest witch hunt in US history. prime minister Shinzo Ave is strongly condemning North Korea's latest ballistic missile test one part of the projectile fell into the sea of Japan speaking through an interpreter Ave calls it a violation of UN resolutions as her here on the BBC. hi I'd like to convene the National Security Council and discussed the situation on what measures to take. we'll continue to cooperate with the international community especially the United States. I will take all possible measures to protect the safety of nationals as we stay on alert. south Korean security council said it is possible that North Korea tested a submarine base missile for the first time. the murder trial of former Dallas police officer amber conquer has entered the sentencing phase Geiger has been convicted of murdering a neighbor in his apartment last September Dallas NPR's Wade Goodwyn has more the jury had three choices when they retire to deliberate amber Geiger's face they could find her guilty of murder guilty of manslaughter or innocent of all charges that Geiger was found guilty of murder means that she now faces a sentence of up to ninety nine years in prison well both of John's family quietly rejoiced the former Dallas police officer look shattered on the nine one one call she'd made that night after she shot both him John in his apartment she repeatedly worried to the dispatcher that she'd lose her job because of what she does instead she faces the prospect of spending decades of her life in the Texas prison cell Wade Goodwyn NPR news Dallas and from Washington you're listening to NPR news. a federal judge is refusing to strike down Harvard university's race conscious admissions policy US District Court judge Alison burrows rejected claims that the policy is biased against Asian American applicants the case was brought by students for fair admissions which plans to appeal the group was founded by Edward bloom who unsuccessfully brought a similar case on behalf of a woman who was denied admission to the university of Texas at Austin..

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"dallas npr" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"dallas npr" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Mary Louise Kelley. And I'm Audie Cornish coming up, we profile the man who helped propel the Toronto Raptors into their first ever NBA final. He is not a player. He's the GM can't change Tara world, but my lane and my been basketball, and I can maximize that we'll have more after this news. Live from NPR news in Culver City, California. I'm Wayne Brown. A federal ethics agency says White House counselor Kellyanne Conway's broken the law against politicking on government time broken it so often in fact, the agency recommends President Trump fire her NPR's Peter Overby reports. This involves the eighty year old hat, which is meant to keep executive branch workers from playing partisan politics. It's enforced by the small office of special counsel, narration to the Muller investigation special counsel Henry Kerner admonished Conway last year for making partisan pitches as a White House official. And now he tells President Trump in a letter that Conway has kept on doing it Kerner told NPR, she scoffed at the law, we've had some prior violations, including onto the Obama administration. But I'm unaware of any multiple offenders on that level. The White House spokesman said Colonel offices, weaponising, the hatch act, and White House counsel, pet sip baloney said, colonels action is unconstitutional. Peter Overby, NPR news, Washington. Governments in maritime agencies urging caution for ships operating in the Persian Gulf region after a parent attacks onto oil tankers near the strategic strait of Hormuz twenty one crew members rescued from the damaged tankers in the Gulf of Oman. Secretary of state. Mike Pompeo believes Iran is responsible NPR's. Tom Bowman says there are reports a sailor aboard one of those tanker saw what looked like a limpet mine. It's an explosive device that's tach to the ship. Now just a few weeks ago was senior Pentagon, official vice Admiral Mike day said at attack on a taker off the United Arab Emirates in may was from Olympic mine. And the Admiral said the US directly attributes those limpet mines to Iran's revolutionary guard corps, but again, neither the Pentagon nor the White House has offered any proof yet. Eighty hard evidence to support their claims going back. Well over a month. That's NPR's Tom Bowman. You're listening to NPR news. Southwest Airlines says it's taking the Boeing seven thirty-seven max off. It's scheduled through Labor Day from Dallas. NPR's Wade Goodwin reports south west airlines has the largest.

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"dallas npr" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"dallas npr" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Are we dealing with form. We're also still paying attention to what happened with the water rising, heavy spring, rains have saturated the land, and many rivers and tributaries are full for NPR news. I'm Christopher you said, this is NPR news from Washington. The house, overwhelmingly approved a Bill Thursday to make it easier for small businesses to offer retirement plans. The legislation also makes it easier for workers to transfer retirement plans, when they change jobs and allow part-time workers to say for retirement. The measure now goes to the Senate McDonald's workers protested and more than a dozen US cities Thursday, some of them are hoping to get the attention of the company's shareholders meeting in Dallas NPR's. Yuki Noguchi reports the employees are getting support from some prominent politicians, Vermont Senator and democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders held a town hall meeting by video conference with the protesters elected president prospect everywhere in this country will make at least fifteen dollars an hour and people will have the right to join unions. The Nick Donald's cursor calling for a union to advocate for higher wages and better protections against sexual harassment and workplace violence. But blue Rayner. Of Tampa said they weren't giving an audience among shareholders, we have no idea of what they're talking about inside of their meeting. There's like a lot of security. Mcdonald's says it has made changes to provide a safer and more respectful workplace you Gucci NPR news. The Federal Reserve issued a report Thursday showing that three quarters of American households say they were living comfortably in twenty eighteen about the same as the year before. But about a third of the household said they were either unable to pay their bills. Where are one financial setback away from hardship. And about twelve percent said they couldn't pay for unexpected expense of four hundred dollars. I'm Nora raum, NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Cy SIMS foundation since nineteen eighty five supporting advances in science education, and the arts towards better more just society. More information is available at sei, SIMS foundation dot.

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"dallas npr" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"dallas npr" Discussed on KCRW

"Of calls from his own party to resign and has resumed public appearances Northam has acknowledged wearing black face during his college years. This is NPR news from Washington. The national weather service says it received thirty seven reports of tornadoes yesterday in Oklahoma Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska. It's unclear how many were confirmed or duplicate sightings, the storms are blamed for two highway deaths in Missouri, along with damage to a number of homes and buildings and several high water rescues in Oklahoma. The national weather service is warning of major flooding along the Arkansas river. It's expected to hit twelve feet above flood stage tomorrow morning and Webbers falls, the US postal service is going high tech over the next two weeks. Self driving trucks will be transporting letters and packages from Phoenix to Dallas. NPR's Camille, Domino's ski says five round trips are planned these aren't your neighborhood mail trucks. They're big tractor trailers, driving a thousand miles from one postal facility to another Chuck price is the chief product officer at two symbol, the company partnering with the postal service for this pie. Program. It is a twenty two hour one way run about two days to complete the entire run driving day and night in whatever weather conditions. We confront price says it's difficult to recruit drivers for these long haul routes during this pilot. There will be two people in each truck monitoring the vehicle, and they'll be swapped out in shifts to keep them. Fresh.

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"dallas npr" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"dallas npr" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of calls from his. Own party to resign and has resumed public appearances Northam has acknowledged wearing black face during his college years. This is NPR news from Washington. The national weather service says it received thirty seven reports of tornadoes yesterday in Oklahoma Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska. It's unclear how many were confirmed or duplicate sightings, the storms are blamed for two highway deaths in Missouri, along with damage to a number of homes and buildings and several high water rescues in Oklahoma. The national weather service is warning of major flooding along the Arkansas river. It's expected to hit twelve feet above flood stage tomorrow morning and Webbers falls, the US postal service is going high tech over the next two weeks. Self driving trucks will be transporting letters and packages from Phoenix to Dallas. NPR's Camilo domino, says five round trips are planned these aren't your neighborhood mail trucks. They're big tractor trailers, driving a thousand miles from one postal facility to another Chuck price is the chief product officer to symbol the company partnering with the postal service for this. Program. It is a twenty two hour one way run about two days to complete the entire run driving day and night in whatever weather conditions. We confront price says it's difficult to recruit drivers for these long haul routes during this pilot. There will be two people in each truck monitoring the vehicle, and they'll be swapped out in shifts to keep them. Fresh Camille domino. Sqi NPR news. I'm Dave Mattingly, NPR news in Washington ahead on..

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"dallas npr" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"dallas npr" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The funds I special master after news headlines. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer. A North Korean human rights. Activists says she is disgusted by President Trump's praise for Kim Jong own NPR's quil Lawrence reports on reaction to the latest summit between Washington and Pignon park is a defector from North Korea. Who now lives in the US she had high hopes during the beginning of the Trump administration that Washington would hold North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN accountable for his country's concentration camps and assassinations. Instead, she says President Trump now says he likes Kim Jong-Un confusing. What he's doing, you know, he going on in public saying that he didn't love redid hitter. And how can he possibly love Madras? Mortar, the human rights activists says she is relieved that the president walked away from a deal that would have lifted US sanctions, but she was saddened that Trump appeared to believe that the North Korean leader had nothing to do with the death of American auto warmbier quil, Lawrence NPR news. The US has announced sanctions against half a dozen high level officials in Venezuela as it seeks to ratchet up pressure for President Nicolas Maduro to step down the six include officials with the national guard and police blamed for their roles in blocking international aid and relief supplies from entering the country. The sanctions were announced by the treasury department. Your special envoy for Venezuela. Elliot Abrams today told NPR's all things considered the us will keep up the pressure as long as necessary. We're willing to get whatever. It's a matter of time it takes because this is not primarily in American question. This is a question of the Venezuelan people wanting a democracy US has strongly supported opposition leader one Guido and his called from Doral to step down labor dispute between south west. Airlines and its mechanics union is further devolved as the carrier sued the aircraft mechanics fraternal association in federal court from Dallas NPR's. Wade Goodwin has more the contract negotiation between Southwest Airlines, and as mechanics has dragged on an interminable seven years and the lawsuits and slowdowns and dueling press releases are clear evidence of it. This is the second time the carrier has sued its mechanics this time accusing them of a system wide campaign of obstruction riding up safety defects to improve their bargaining position the mechanics deny it southwest pilot's union publicly took the mechanic side earlier this week accusing executives of trying to stoke fear and the passengers when management declared an operational emergency. The pilots blamed the carrier of bad, faith, and of wanting to outsource more maintenance work Wade Goodwin. NPR news. Dallas stocks verse. Two three session losing streak at week's end amid renewed optimism on the part of. Investors about a potential resolution to the U S China trade dispute the download of the week up one hundred and ten points at twenty six thousand twenty six the NASDAQ closed up sixty two points.

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"dallas npr" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"dallas npr" Discussed on KCRW

"News in Washington on Giles Snyder. Both sides remain deadlocked over President Trump's demand for border wall funding, but to go she Asians aimed at ending the partial government shutdown are continuing this weekend. President Trump has suggested he is willing to keep the government closed for months, but during his road cars rose garden press conference yesterday. He indicated a quick resolution is possible. We put together a team of people that will work over the weekend. And they'll be negotiating on the border on the look on different things having to do with border security, including at the ports of entry. Talks are scheduled to resume in about an hour with vice president Pence hosting congressional staffers. Russia's deputy foreign minister Sergei up cough is not willing to consider a prisoner. Swap involving Paul Whalen, the BBC Serra rains for reports we own was arrested in Moscow over a week ago on suspicion of spying coffins at this stage. Talk of swap poll, we any Russian detainee was inappropriate counter-productive and politically unjustified. His comments came after days of speculation that the former US marine may have been arrested to exchange Maria boots. And he's pleaded guilty in the US to conspiring to act as an unregistered agent of Moscow, sacred cough said there is no link between Mr. Huilan's arrest here in Moscow and other detentions NPR's. Learn California's largest utility Pacific asking electric has. Plans to put its natural gas division up for sale this spring utility facing numerous lawsuits involving in involving wildfire losses NPR's. Eric westervelt reports according to a senior official inside the company the plan is called project falcon, and it's to sell off its gas arm later this year, this is backed up by documents. And a former company official who all say, this is the company's main plan to try to stave off potentially crippling liability damages from both twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen wildfires PGA could face billions of dollars in potential liability involving those wildfires. Critics of Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orban's planning more protests this weekend against an unpopular overtime law to advocate kisses reports in it's the first significant challenge faced by Orban who's been called the Donald Trump of central Europe, even Orban's own supporters hate the new law, which allows employers to ask for four hundred extra hours of overtime per year and delay payment for. Up to three years. The outcry has United Hungary's fractured opposition who call two thousand nineteen year of resistance, but analyst Gabor Gyorgy notes that or Bonn is formidable victim or bone is famous for his view. Dan, politics is war and the logic for him means that this is destroy or be destroyed or has become Europe's most powerful autocrat by changing the constitution and controlling most media for NPR news. I'm Joanna kakissis. This is NPR yellow vests. Protesters are back on the streets of Paris and other French cities today, they're seeking to keep the pressure on president Emmanuel Macron government their numbers, however appear to be down from previous protests. It remains unclear what led to a shooting overnight at a bowling alley in Torrance, California, but witnesses are being quoted as saying it started with a fight that then escalated the Torrance police department says officers responded to calls of shots fired. That the cable house bowling alley shortly before midnight. Police say three men are dead and for others are injured. NFL playoffs star today with two games in the wildcard round Indianapolis plays Houston. Seattle plays. Dallas NPR's, Tom. Goldman reports. All four teams made it to the postseason after slow starts this season. The first game of these playoffs is all about comebacks. Houston lost its first three games of the regular season. And then won eleven of thirteen. Indianapolis started one and five before winning nine of its last ten games colts quarterback. Andrew luck missed all of last season with an injured shoulder, but he's playing very well. So is Houston quarterback DeShaun Watson who missed most of last season with an injured knee. Indeed. A key today is which offensive line can protect its quarterback better. The colts have the edge. Luck was sacked only eighteen times the season Watson sixty two times in the late game. Dallas and Seattle love to run the ball. Seattle led the NFL in rushing yards. The Cowboys Ezekiel Elliott was the top individual rusher. Tom Goldman NPR. Our news. I'm joy Snyder. NPR news from Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations..

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"dallas npr" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"dallas npr" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. President Trump is said to me with congressional leaders again this morning to discuss ways to end the partial federal shutdown. Today's media would come hours after house lawmakers passed to spending bills to resolve the standoff, but the measures do not contain the border wall funding. President Trump is demanding NPR's. Scott Detrow reports that there is no indication that the matter will be resolved anytime soon in one of the first few votes of the new democratic majority the house approved to funding those that would end the shutdown but only provide money for the department of homeland security for about a month. Seborga talks could continue Trump says he would veto those bills, but that likely won't happen since Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says he won't call them to a Senate vote. NPR's Scott detro- reporting, the co founder and chairman emeritus of Southwest Airlines has died. Her Kelleher was eighty seven years old from Dallas NPR's. Wade Goodwin reports that Kelleher pioneered a radically different kind of relationship between management and employees, the Texas tale of how Southwest Airlines was founded on the back of a cocktail napkin and San Antonio in nineteen sixty seven was pure herb Kelleher, if you knew herb you knew the details had to be true. A lawyer who utterly transformed the airline industry Keller rebuilt, the world's largest low cost carrier with fifty eight thousand employees serving more than one hundred million. Passengers a year he helped create an employee friendly company with a corporate culture rooted in a particular kind of Texas mirth jokes were not only welcomed but encouraged a cigarette in one hand and a drink in the other Keller was a Mavericks. EEO whose willingness to innovate and take risks has resulted in forty five consecutive years of profitability. Wade goodwin. NPR news Dallas there are cracks in one of the enduring dynasties in sports the women's basketball team at the university of Connecticut under coach, Geno, Auriemma the Yukon women had one twenty one hundred twenty six straight regular season games until last night as Greg Allen reports number eight Baylor ended that winning streak Valer ended the streak on its home floor with a stunning sixty eight to fifty seven win over the top ranked huskies it was Baylor's first victory ever against a number one ranked team. The huskies eleven and one this season lost their first regular season game since November of two thousand fourteen against Stanford. Kalani Brown had an outstanding game for the lady bears under coach Kim. Mulkey Brown score twenty points and had seventeen rebounds. The huskies were plagued by colds shooting making. Only twenty nine percent of their shots from the field for NPR news. I'm Gregg Klin on Asian stock market shares closed mixed with Japan's Nikkei losing over two percent. This is NPR. Alabama's employee pension fund is now the sole owner of one of the largest local newspaper chains in the country. C H I LLC.

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"dallas npr" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"dallas npr" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Super typhoon U2.'s top sustained winds are one hundred sixty six miles per hour the equivalent of a category five hurricane away. Public radio's Bill Dorman reports the super typhoon has caused significant damage super typhoon YouTube tore through the islands of tinian inside pan with maximum sustained winds of one hundred eighty miles an hour there part of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. Let's say US territory about thirty eight hundred miles west of Hawaii wins a ripped roofs off houses and blown out windows. Trees and power lines were reported down around the archipelago as the storm moves west flooding is expected to continue and may also affect Guam Nassar's calling super typhoon you to the most intense storm to ever strike the islands for NPR news. I'm Bill Dorman in one Lulu. You're listening. Thing to NPR. Most stock markets in Asia were sharply lower today. Japan's main index fell more than three and a half percent. Hong Kong's market was down more than one percent. These followed steep losses Wednesday on Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average lost more than two percent. The Dow has now lost all the gains. It has made in two thousand eighteen Texas based Exxon Mobil has been sued by New York's attorney general alleging the energy giant defrauded shareholders by misstating the risk of greenhouse gas emissions to the company from Dallas NPR's. Wade Goodwin reports the legal action is the result of a four year investigation by attorneys, general I in New York, and then other states and to other Exxon Mobil engaged in a long-running fraudulent scheme. What was the alleged scheme, essentially, the company claimed that the cost of combating carbon emissions would be so high that no meaningful. Government restrictions could or would ever be. Implemented therefore investors didn't have anything to worry about. And the company could pull as much oil out of the ground as it could procure Exxon call the legal action against it. Meritless untainted blaming Al Gore Democrats and environmentalists Wade Goodwin. NPR news, Dallas, the national weather service says the first nor'easter of the season we'll develop this weekend frontal systems, are absorbing the remnants of hurricane willa and will spread thunderstorms across much of the southern east coast by tomorrow as the storm moves into New England. Forecasters are predicting wintry precipitation along the coast, I'm korva Coleman. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Charles Schwab who believes a modern approach to wealth management starts with asking questions and providing straightforward answers. Charles Schwab own your tomorrow. Learn more at Schwab dot com and the Annie E Casey foundation. A former deputy director of the FBI tells NPR's Noel king what investigators will likely be looking for in the investigation into suspicious packages, mailed to.

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02:11 min | 2 years ago

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"Super typhoon U2.'s top sustained winds are one hundred sixty six miles per hour the equivalent of a category five hurricane away. Public radio's Bill Dorman reports the super typhoon has caused significant damage super typhoon YouTube tore through the islands of tinian inside pan with maximum sustained winds of one hundred eighty miles an hour there part of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. Let's US territory about thirty eight hundred miles west of Hawaii wins a ripped roofs off houses in blown out windows. Trees and power lines are reported down around the archipelago as the storm moves west flooding is expected to continue and may also affect Guam Nastase calling super typhoon U2. the most intense storm to ever strike the islands for NPR news. I'm Bill Dorman in one Lulu. You're listening. To NPR. Most stock markets in Asia were sharply lower today. Japan's main index fell more than three and a half percent. Hong Kong's market was down more than one percent. These followed steep losses Wednesday on Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average lost more than two percent. The Dow has now lost all the gains. It has made in two thousand eighteen Texas based Exxon Mobil has been sued by New York's attorney general alleging the energy giant defrauded shareholders by misstating the risk of greenhouse gas emissions to the company from Dallas NPR's. Wade Goodwin reports the legal action is the result of a four year investigation by attorneys, general I in New York, and then other states and to other Exxon Mobil engaged in a long-running fraudulent scheme. What was the alleged scheme, essentially, the company claimed that the cost of combating carbon emissions would be so high that no meaningful. Government restrictions could or would ever be. Implemented therefore investors didn't have anything to worry about. And the company could pull as much oil out of the ground as it could procure Exxon call the legal action against it. Meritless untainted blaming Al Gore Democrats and environmentalists.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"dallas npr" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"More this morning. About an opioid, crisis different from the one we usually cover this one is playing out, in hospitals around the country anesthesiologists and other doctors are. Facing shortages of injectable opioids these drugs like liquid morphine and feno are used to control pain in critical care settings like surgery intensive care units and hospital emergency departments from Dallas NPR's Wade Goodwin has more in the pediatric intensive care unit at a major Dallas hospital nurses attend to their small, patients he don't okay These are critically ill children with both medical and surgical problems the injectable pain medications morphine hydromorphone and, Fenton hill are the mainstays. Of intravenous pain control and sedation in critical care settings and. Across the country hospitals and other medical facilities had been running low and out of the supplies they need it, escalated late, this spring when we didn't have any morphine Dr read Starks is a pediatric anesthesiologist who's been practicing for twenty. Six years when we create morphine but we didn't have. The lauded in two weeks later we've got a little, trickle of Dilaudid but we didn't have any morphine and you're just thinking Hello am I on the, twenty first century stark says that while there have. Been periodic shortages of pain medications in the past it's never been this serious patients remain largely unaware of these obstacles to. Their pain. Management Hi, there I just wanted to let you know we've been? Running low, on pain meds is not the conversation starter anesthesiologists are going. To use with their patients, in, preoperly of course it's not just anesthesiologists who were affected the number of medical situations where physicians use injectable opioids. Is considerable but it's the anesthesiologists who are most distressed because it's their job to mitigate. Patient pain Dr Jim grant is president of the fifty three. Thousand member American society of anesthesiologists now we have it every day we go in what do we, have today what don't we have today it's not unusual, for me to get a call from, the pharmacist we have x. number of this left we're, working, on a somewhat of a contingency plan grant says in addition to the lauded morphine and fentanyl all his members report shortages, of buke pivot Kane a. Local anesthetic and the license leaving drug epinephrine why well pharmaceutical Industry consolidation means where once there were many manufacturers now there are few so our production interruption. At any one plan can cascade into a serious shortage. Remain need, more than one or two factories and the country of our size to be producing some of these essential, drugs you might think that if one drug manufacturing company is having serious production problems it's. An obvious opportunity for competitors but the industry says that's not the way it works. Here's Matthew Coon with the global pharmaceutical giant vicinity, Kabi for a company like? Fresenius Kabi to try and? Pick up the production slack from another company is complicated sterile injectable drugs are complex manufacturing process to begin, with and then you have to increase production you're you're essentially, you're competing within your own factory for space, and time still for Cineas copy says, it's trying, to help in the case of the injectable opioids we? Have, increased Production we have extended shifts we have added workers but one company is not going, to be able to completely fulfil all the market needs for for clinicians and, their patients visor is one of those manufacturers that's had some production issues of late visor believes it's now got its problems. Resolved and in a statement to NPR said we recognize the importance of these, medications to patients and physicians and, are committed to resolving, these shortages as quickly as possible. So where's the federal government on all, this on. The one hand the DA is trying to get a grip on an opiate addiction and overdose crisis that is. Killing, thousands of Americans so the DA is trying to, control supply on the other hand the. Food, and Drug administration is getting an earful from thousands of doctors dozens of hospitals and. Last but not least sixteen US senators who wrote a stern letter demanding, the FDA do Something about this, drug shortage which the FDA would like to do if it could here's Valerie Thompson the associate director of the FDA's drug. Shortages department I think one thing to remember? Is FDA doesn't control, how much manufacturers make and can't order a manufacturer to make any product so it's really up to the market to. Decide which drugs to make and how much..

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NPR News Now

01:59 min | 2 years ago

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"Live from npr news in washington i'm korva coleman president trump will address members of the national rifle association today in dallas npr's windsor johnston reports trump's appearance at the nra's annual convention is drawing criticism from antigun organizations the president speech comes amid renewed debate on gun control after the deadly school shooting in parkland florida in the aftermath trump suggested he was open to stricter gun control measures but later seem to walk that back andrew patrick of the national gun coalition to stop gun violence says trump has caved to pressure from the gun lobby going to try to keep them happy until here a lot of red meat but this president is kind of up in the air this issue and i think he's going to try to solidify their support going forward even in the wake of park land so so much for standing up to the nra spent more than any other outside groups on trump's presidential campaign more than thirty million dollars windsor johnston npr news washington geologists are tracking the lava flow from kilowatt volcano on hawaii's big island steam and lava have poured out of a crack near what's called the volcanoes east rift zone authorities evacuating nearby residents of the town of hoa no one's been heard michael poland is a geophysicist with the us geological survey he says people can get away from lava but it will destroy anything in the way flows they're like bulldozers they don't really stopped or anything in their path so houses agriculture roads power lines and so forth are going to be consumed by this flow and destroyed hawaii's governor has activated the national guard to help with the vacuum asians many arizona teachers will head back to class today following a six day walkout the strike ended after state lawmakers approved a budget that includes more school funding for member station k j z z in phoenix jimmy jenkins reports that includes a twenty percent pay raise.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

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"In music as allegations hit the canadian music industry you'll hear three artist talk about how the industry needs to change coming up on cue his live from npr news in washington i'm jack spear a powerful nor'easter continues to hammered the east coast bringing with it strong winds drenching rain and flooding the storm's now blame for at least five deaths a result of falling trees it's causing damage and power outages from washington dc to coastal new england a million people are more without power after the stormlashed some areas including cape cod massachusetts with winds gusting to as high as eighty miles an hour those high winds are shut down airports and cancelled thousands of flights amtrak a suspended rail service in the northeast between washington and boston the polls are now closed for early voting in texas primary democrats have turned out in large numbers from dallas npr's way good one as more trying to read and elections thiel leaves by looking at early voting turnout can be something of a fool's errand it's like trying to predict who's going to win a basketball game at halftime in texas democrats have a tendency to want to get out of the way while republicans prefer to wait until election day still the numbers could be a bit concerning if you're a republican candidate as of the end of the day on thursday democratic turnout was up ninety two percent over two thousand and fourteen while republican turnout was up eighteen percent while those numbers may move a bit after friday is counted the big tell will be on election day this coming tuesday and of course this is just the primary the general election is in november wade goodwin npr news dallas one in two weeks after the school shooting in parkland florida there were lingering questions about how sheriff's deputies responded to that attack than yours jole rose reports the union representing deputies is calling on the county share for more transparency one broward county sheriff's deputy has already resigned after surveillance video showed that he waited outside the school instead of rushing in to confront the shooter other deputies formed a perimeter around the school possibly following orders from a supervisor now the broward sheriff's office deputies association is calling for the release of those surveillance videos and the dispatch logs from.

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02:04 min | 2 years ago

"dallas npr" Discussed on KQED Radio

"One tool used by 13 russians charged with illegally trying to influence us elections we get the latest on where the muller investigation goes from here they were hoping to make americans feel more angry more divided west trusting in the government and it seems like based on looking back at held in split out in 2016 there was more than enough of that to go around plus we get an update on pennsylvania's congressional matt makeover for 2018 and the story of the precarious state of red wolves the recent decline i would qualify as largely a political failure not a biological widen the takeaways ready for you after these headlines tweet us at the take away to get in on the conversation live from npr news in washington on lakshmi sang the special counsel investigating russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election is charging an attorney with lying to federal investigators about his communications with a former trump campaign aide alexander swan was expected to plead guilty during his court appearance today the charges connected to special counsel robert muller's investigation into former campaign chair paul manafort and his right hand man rick aids for alleged conspiracy and money laundering they are accused of doing so on behalf of pro russian ukrainian interests both have pleaded not guilty to those charges dallas city councilman has asked the nra to move its annual convention out of his city dallas mayor protem dwayne caraway warned the national rifle association of large demonstrations that forced the city to bear the cost for law enforcement protection from dallas npr's wade goodwin has more the nra convention was already of delicate subject because of the killing of five police officers and the wounding of nine others two years ago this summer the shooter who was eventually blown up by a police robot after refusing to surrender used assaultstyle rifled during his murderous rampage but despite dallas city councilman dwayne caraway's pleased.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"dallas npr" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The ring with actor allison brie the star the new netflix show glow talks about going from mad men the body slamming women also coming up musician beth ditto of punk band the gossip shares the playlist we get our piet mondrian on and the great character actor giancarlo esposito talks about his work and do the right thing and better paulsaul but first this why from npr news in washington i'm louise schiavone tragedy at bronx lebanon hospital in new york city this afternoon mayor bill de blasio says of former employees of the hospital walked in with a concealed gun killed one doctor and wounded six others thank god this was not an act of terrorism as an isolated incident nearest to be a workplace from related matter by that makes it no less tragic are no less horrible the head of the nypd says the shooter turned the gun on himself after tried to set himself on fire doctor henry belo is being identified as the shooter they're federal agents in chicago police launched a new effort to crack down on the gun violence that plagued some areas of patchy and pr cheryl quarterly reports the announcement came after president trump sent out an early morning tweet calling chicago violence an epidemic president trump regularly singles out chicago's violent crime problem and a tweet referencing the city seventeenhundred shootings he said he was sending in federal help the chicago crime gun strikeforce is a collaboration between the federal bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives and local and state police the idea is to target illegal guns and repeat offenders acting us district attorney joe lavigne says there's already been significant progress fighting chicago crime but the level of violence continues at an unacceptable level and it is a battle which can only be fought with all hands on deck plenty more atf agents had been sent to chicago to join the crimefighting effort cheryl coralie npr news chicago in a unanimous decision that tax the supreme court ruled today that there is no established right to spousal benefits in gay marriages from dallas npr's weighed goodwin reports the texas case concerns a 2013 decision by houston's mayor to grant benefits to samesex spouses of city employees who got married and other stage the city saw oh for conservatives then helped bring a lawsuit but in the midst of this case us supreme court handed down its decision legalizing samesex marriage nevertheless texas republicans have given up and.

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