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UK signs trade deal with Canada to prepare for Brexit

It's Been A Minute

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

UK signs trade deal with Canada to prepare for Brexit

"Canada and Britain have reached an interim trade pact agreement. As Dan Carbon Chuck reports, The new deal replaces the current agreement. If no agreement had been reached by the Brexit deadline of December, 31st new tariffs would have been triggered on a range of Canadian exports. The interim deal will address that until a formal agreement can be negotiated next year. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called it a good moment that sends a strong message about the importance of global trade. His British counterpart, Boris Johnson said it would help both countries rebuild their economies after the Corona virus pandemic. He added that it also offers the opportunity to tackle climate change. And create hundreds of thousands of jobs and greener

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90.3 KAZU

01:44 min | 5 months ago

"dan carbon chuck" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Listening to NPR news. Cooler temperatures. Air helping California firefighters battle some of the largest blazes in state history, the worst of them are burning in the San Francisco Bay area, prompting authorities to issue evacuation orders. Affecting more than 100,000 people. Canadian lumber producers are celebrating a decision by the World Trade Organization. It said Washington was wrong to slap countervailing duties on Canadian softwood exports in 2017. Dan Carbon Chuck reports, the U. S Department of Commerce in the U. S International Trade Commission had concluded that Canada's regulated forestry industry amounted to an unfair subsidy for Canadian producers. So in 2017 Washington imposed the duties but the world Trade body said Washington made a number of errors in determining how Canada set timber prices. Canadian producers say they paid billions of dollars in duties over the past three years that should never have been paid and that the U. S process was biased twice before international tribunals have sided with Canada in a Siri's of lumber disputes that have spent 40 years US trade Ambassador Robert Lighthizer called the ruling flawed and the dispute settlement system biased against the U. S. For NPR News of Dan Carpet Chuck in Toronto Environmental groups are suing the Trump administration to stop it from allowing oil and gas drilling in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. They say that such drilling would cause irreparable damage to a pristine ecosystem that's home to polar bears, caribou and more than 150 species of birds. I'm Nora Rahm NPR news. Support.

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WestJet, Air Canada will end physical distancing on flights

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

WestJet, Air Canada will end physical distancing on flights

"Canada's two major airlines say they will end physical distancing on flights by the end of next week. Dan Carbon, Chuck reports Hair, Canada and West jet now join American Airlines in booking flights to full capacity. West jet says it will remove seat distancing protocols on domestic flights beginning on July the first Western officials say their flights have heap air filters installed to help clean recirculated air. They add that the airflow and cabins goes from ceiling to floor, so an extra barrier isn't necessary. Officials also say the seatbacks provide protection for passengers. WestJet says it is beefed up cleaning and sanitizing as well as introduced mandatory temperature checks of all passengers with a requirement that all passengers and crew wear masks. Air Canada says it will also end seat restrictions at the same time is West

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Via Rail lays off 1,000 employees amid Canada rail protests

Pacifica Evening News

02:03 min | 11 months ago

Via Rail lays off 1,000 employees amid Canada rail protests

"The Canadian passenger train service said today it's temporarily laying off one thousand employees due to the continued Holton service on C. N. Canadian national rail tracks in eastern Canada that's because by real way blockades pro testing a British Columbia pipeline the government corporation has suspended passenger trains on the Montreal Toronto and Ottawa Toronto routes for nearly two weeks due to the protests that have disrupted rail service across the country layoffs come amid growing pressure on prime minister Justin Trudeau's government to take action against the blockades that are in support of five with sweat ten hereditary chiefs opposing a natural gas pipeline through their unseeded land C. N. is canceled more than five hundred and thirty train since blockades began earlier this month on February sixth earlier this week Canadian National Railway company temporarily laid off about four hundred and fifty workers from its operations in eastern Canada after canceling more than four hundred trains since protests arose trajo called it an acceptable situation that needs to be resolved in the weeks and months to come demonstrators have set up blockades in British I'm pia and Ontario in solidarity with opponents of the coastal gasoline pipeline project that crosses the traditional territory of the wet so wait ten first nation and northwestern British Columbia reporter Dan carbon Chuck has more freight cars are sitting idle consumer goods are not getting to market grain and other commodities are not getting the ports for shipping overseas there are fears the economy will take a hit tempers are running short and in the house of Commons opposition parties attack prime minister Justin Trudeau who called for dialogue with the protesters do we want to become a country of irreconcilable differences where people talk fuselage were politicians are ordering police to arrest people a country where people

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"dan carbon chuck" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"dan carbon chuck" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In the evening at two points during the day people in parkland will observe a moment of silence at ten seventeen AM in honor of the seventeen people who died and seventeen more were injured and again at the minute the shooting began two years ago two twenty one PM this is NPR news from Washington authorities in Kentucky say a rockslide triggered by days of heavy rains is what caused a fiery train derailment early yesterday two crew members aboard the CSX train were rescued by boat after they manage to escape their burning locomotive along the edge of the big sandy river five rail cars left the tracks about one hundred sixty miles southeast of Lexington disruptions to rail service in Canada are continuing as demonstrators protest construction of a natural gas pipeline in British Columbia as Dan carbon Chuck reports the protests have cancel passenger and freight trains for more than a week the protest began after police in northern British Columbia and forced a court injunction against what's what ten hereditary chiefs and their supporters who have forced a halt to construction of a natural gas pipeline across the country supporters protested in block rail lines imports see and rail is obtained court orders in hopes of ending the blockades and says it is shutting down its operations in eastern Canada until the blockades of ended and via rail says it is no other option than to cancel almost its entire passenger service federal cabinet ministers of reached out to some of the protesters asking for meetings to try to resolve the issue and concern is growing about the effects of the blockades on the Canadian economy for NPR news I'm Dan carbon Chuck in Toronto Canadian manufacturer bombarding AA says it will exit the commercial aviation industry by selling its remaining stake in the air bus eight to twenty jetliner is valued at about six hundred million dollars the announcement was made as mom party a reported a loss of more than one and a half billion dollars last year I'm Dave Mattingly NPR.

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"dan carbon chuck" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"dan carbon chuck" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Issue sports that said his comments were diversify and do not represent the network's values for NPR news I'm Dan carbon Chuck in Toronto much of the country getting a blast of wintry weather drivers have had to scrape ice and snow from their windshields in the Chicago area where more than one thousand flights were canceled but with temperatures dropping commuters including Diane van Wormer at least kept their humor it's quite invigorating to say the least you get a little a little nature facial National Weather Service expects record cold in the Midwest through tomorrow the snow meanwhile is moving into the northeast today forecasters say up to a foot could fall in parts of the region the weather is being blamed for three traffic fatalities from Michigan and one in Kansas I'm trial Snyder NPR news from Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include a little passports their new science junior subscription for kids aims to inspire curiosity designed to bring projects to life while utilizing new science concepts more a little passports dot com good morning is three oh six with public hearings in the impeachment acquiring set to star on Wednesday we examine the evidence to recently released testimonies indicate a presidential abuse of power about that coming up on morning.

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Photo shows Justin Trudeau wearing brownface at 2001 party

All Things Considered

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Photo shows Justin Trudeau wearing brownface at 2001 party

"Minister Justin Trudeau was apologizing for twenty year old photo of him wearing brown face at a party is Dan carbon Chuck reports his political opponents were quick to take advantage as the leader are well into a national election campaign a couple of party leaders of already responded calling the incident deeply saddening and insulting the photo published by time magazine shows Trudeau at an annual dinner in two thousand and one for the private school in British Columbia where he was a teacher the dinner had an Arabian nights the Trudeau says he's disappointed with himself for the incident and has apologized for doing it Dan Koppen carbon Chuck reporting from

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"dan carbon chuck" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"dan carbon chuck" Discussed on KCRW

"S. navy ship took out one of its drones in the straight informers president trump says the USS boxer was forced to take defensive action president trump says he plans to nominate the son of a former US Supreme Court justice to be his next labor secretary here's NPR's Tamera Keith Eugene Scalia is a fifty five year old lawyer in a firm in Washington DC where he specializes in cases related to labor and employment the other thing to know about him is that he is the son of the late Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia labor secretary Alexander Acosta resigned last week amid renewed criticism of his handling of a two thousand a plea agreement with financier Jeffrey abstain who was indicted this month on charges of sexually abusing girls in Florida Canada's prime minister Justin Trudeau and the president of the European Council Donald Tuesday are denouncing this week's comments by president trump aimed at four freshmen or minority democratic congresswoman Dan carbon Chuck reports Trudeau said trump's rhetoric was hurtful wrong and completely unacceptable and should not be allowed or encouraged in Canada to school was in Montreal meeting with Trudeau said he has to react when something is so totally unacceptable adding that sometimes values are more important than business interests the two leaders discussed the Kennedy even trade deal as well as ways to preserve the world trade organization's appeals panel this is NPR news the man known as the godfather of the modern anti immigration movement in the U. S. has died NPR's Tom Chilton reports on John Tanton the passage of a new immigration law in nineteen sixty five open America for the first time the immigrants of color shortly afterward Tanton a physician and conservationists from rural Michigan began organizing the movement to curb that immigrant flow an early advocate of zero population growth he later argued that the new immigrants were poor cultural fit in America he was a founder of several of the most important organizations working too restrictive immigration among them the federation for American immigration reform in his later years Tanton allied himself with white supremacists and some of the organization she founded tried to distance themselves from his legacy John Tanton was eighty five when he died.

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"dan carbon chuck" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"dan carbon chuck" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This kind of conduct magistrates recommendation must be approved by a US district judge to take affect for NPR news I'm Nikki will let this is NPR news from Washington flood watches and warnings remain posted this morning in a number of states as the remnants of hurricane Barry continue moving northward away from the Gulf coast the National Weather Service says areas of Louisiana have received up to seventeen inches of rain from the system dozens of water rescues have taken place there as well since the weekend portions of Arkansas Tennessee Kentucky and Missouri you're dealing with heavy rains and flooding no deaths or serious injuries have been reported there are renewed calls in Canada to end to some of the races at the Calgary stampede has Dan carbon Chuck reports six horses died during this year's event three horses were injured during the weekend on the final day of the Calgary stampede it was during the Chuck wagon races all three were immediately tended to by veterinary teams but there was no option for treatment and all three were euthanized six horses have died during the popular western Canadian derby this year in an earlier race incident officials determined that a Chuck wagon driver was at fault he was fined ten thousand dollars as well as given a lifetime ban from future competition stampedes officials say they will conduct a review of Chuck wagon safety ahead of next year but animal rights activists want the Chuck wagon races band saying seventy three horses have died since nineteen eighty six for NPR news I'm Dan Carter check in Toronto it's been a mixed day for stocks in Asia following yesterday's latest record highs on Wall Street the Dow the S. and P. five hundred and the nasdaq closed at all time highs again as more investors anticipate the federal Sir reserve will soon cut US interest rates I'm David Mattingly NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from NPR.

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"dan carbon chuck" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"dan carbon chuck" Discussed on KCRW

"Plans to sign an agreement making Guatemala what's called a safe third party country for migrants seeking asylum in the US which is what president trump reportedly wants tropical storm Barry is dousing the Gulf coast though it hasn't been as destructive as anticipated the national hurricane center says the tropical storm warning will likely be discontinued later today but it warns berries heavy rain could trigger life threatening flooding as it moves across parts of Louisiana into Arkansas major stock indexes closed at record highs Friday the S. and P. five hundred ended above three thousand for the first time this as investors expect the federal reserve to cut its benchmark interest rate later this month Steve Beckner reports that cut is anticipated because central bankers consider inflation currently is too low when labour announced a June rebound in the consumer price index there was a sigh of relief even though the fed's two percent inflation target is based on the commerce department's price index for personal consumption expenditures that's been rising well below target now labor's producer price index shows less inflation in the pipeline the P. P. I. rose a tenth of a percent last month leaving it up at its slowest pace in two and a half years the fed fears falling inflation we'll leave it less room to cut interest rates as needed not everyone is worried if extreme oil and other price moves are excluded Atlanta fed president Rafael Bostick says the fit is very close to its target for NPR news I'm Steve Beckner this is NPR New York city's energy company con ed is investigating a major power outage that plunged parts of Manhattan into the dark for several hours last night including time square more than seventy thousand homes and businesses had no electricity for up to five hours con ed says there was a problem at a substation power has now been restored the Canadian government has announced it will compensate victims of a gate purge that lasted from the nineteen fifties to the nineteen nineties Dan carbon Chuck reports seven hundred eighteen victims will receive recommence the historic settlement is considered the cornerstone of the Canadian government apology delivered in November of twenty seventeen for decades of discrimination against the LGBTQ community the overall compensation packages up to one hundred and ten million dollars those eligible will receive between five thousand and one hundred and seventy five thousand dollars based on the severity of their cases from the nineteen fifties federal agencies investigated sanction and even fired lesbian and gay members of the armed forces the national police and the public service.

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"dan carbon chuck" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"dan carbon chuck" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm jail Snyder. Even after Pakistan's release of an Indian pilots shot down and captured this week shelling continues over the India, Pakistan, border, NPR's, Laura and fair reports from Mumbai the death toll since last night is now up to eight India and Pakistan, both accused the other of firing mortars and guns over the line of control. That's the defacto border that divides the Indian and Pakistanis owns of Kashmir a Himalayan territory. The two countries have fought three wars over already the ongoing exchange of fire comes despite the release of an Indian pilot in what Pakistan called a peace gesture the pilot was shot down over Pakistani administered. Kashmir last Wednesday. The shelling has been going on sporadically for weeks ever since a February fourteenth suicide car bomb killed forty Indian troops on the Indian side of Kashmir. And plus. Lunged the two nuclear-armed neighbours into crisis. Lauren fryer NPR news Mumbai Canada has announced that the extradition hearing against a senior Chinese executive can proceed Dan carbon Chuck reports a case will go before the British Columbia supreme court next week. This came just before a midnight deadline for auto water formerly proceed with the case against Moung one Joe while as chief financial officer. She was detained three months ago on an extradition request from Washington, the US alleges wall way conspired to violate international sanctions against Iran. Ottawa says the decision to go ahead with a case came after a thorough and diligent review of the evidence. Cheers at SpaceX headquarters.

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"dan carbon chuck" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"dan carbon chuck" Discussed on KCRW

"News in Washington. I'm jail Snyder. Even after Pakistan's release of an Indian pilots shot down and captured this week shelling continues over the India, Pakistan, border NPR's fair reports from Mumbai the death toll since last night is now up to eight India and Pakistan, both accused the other of firing mortars and guns over the line of control. That's the de facto border that divides the Indian and Pakistani zones of Kashmir a Himalayan territory. The two countries have fought three wars over already the ongoing exchange of fire comes despite the release of an Indian pilot in what Pakistan called peace gesture. The pilot was shot down over Pakistani administered. Kashmir last Wednesday. The shelling has been going on sporadically for weeks ever since a February fourteenth suicide car bomb killed forty Indian troops on the Indian side of Kashmir. And plunged the two nuclear-armed neighbours into crisis. Lauren fryer NPR news Mumbai Canada has announced that the extradition hearing against a senior Chinese executive can proceed Dan carbon Chuck reports a case will go before the British Columbia supreme court next week. This isn't game just before a midnight deadline for Ottawa formerly proceed with the case against Moung one Joe while ways chief financial officer. She was detained three months ago on an extradition request from Washington, the US alleges Waalwijk inspired the violate international sanctions against Iran. Ottawa says the decision to go ahead with the case came after a thorough and diligent review of the evidence. Cheers at SpaceX headquarters.

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Canada Allows Extradition of Huawei Executive to Proceed

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Canada Allows Extradition of Huawei Executive to Proceed

"Canada has announced that the extradition hearing against a senior Chinese executive can proceed Dan carbon Chuck reports a case will go before the British Columbia supreme court next week. This isn't game just before a midnight deadline for Ottawa formerly proceed with the case against Moung one Joe while ways chief financial officer. She was detained three months ago on an extradition request from Washington, the US alleges Waalwijk inspired the violate international sanctions against Iran. Ottawa says the decision to go ahead with the case came after a thorough and diligent review of the

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"dan carbon chuck" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"dan carbon chuck" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The jerome l greene foundation from npr news in washington i'm windsor johnston commerce secretary wilbur ross is expected to face tough questioning on capitol hill today npr's dustin dwyer reports it's his first appearance before the senate finance committee after president trump impose new tariffs on canada mexico the european union and most recently china the white house has already issued tariffs on imported aluminum and steel and it's threatening to impose more tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars worth of products from china critics say the cost will ultimately be paid by american consumers and there are concerns the tariffs could spark a global trade war all that will be on the table when commerce secretary wilbur ross sits down for a hearing this morning before the senate finance committee canada's recreational cannabis law has passed its final hurdle as dan carbon chuck reports could soon become law is taken more than a year for the legislation to make its way through the house of commons and the senate now that it's passed in the senate it only needs royal has sent to become law that could be given as early as this week but the government will likely wait a couple of months before having it come into effect it allows adults in canada to legally buy possess in use mall amounts of recreational marijuana starbucks says it will close one hundred fifty underperforming stores in the us next year that's three times the normal figure the seattlebased company is looking to cut expenses and explore strategic options to licensed company operated stores this is npr this is.

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"dan carbon chuck" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"dan carbon chuck" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is npr news from npr news in washington i'm windsor johnston commerce secretary wilbur ross is expected to face tough questioning on capitol hill today npr's dustin dwyer reports it's his first appearance before the senate finance committee after president trump impose new tariffs on canada mexico the european union and most recently china the white house has already issued tariffs on imported aluminum and steel and it's threatening to impose more tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars worth of products from china critics say the cost will ultimately be paid by american consumers and there are concerns the tariffs could spark a global trade war all that will be on the table when commerce secretary wilbur ross sits down for a hearing this morning before the senate finance committee canada's recreational cannabis law has passed its final hurdle as dan carbon chuck reports it could soon become law is taken more than a year for the legislation to make its way through the house of commons in the senate now that it's passed the senate it only needs royal has sent to become law that could be given as early as this week but the government will likely wait a couple of months before having it come into effect it allows adults in canada to legally buy possess in use small amounts of recreational marijuana starbucks says it will close one hundred fifty underperforming stores in the us next year that's three times the normal figure the seattlebased company is.

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G7 leaders set to clash with combative Trump over tariffs, trade

All Things Considered

01:45 min | 2 years ago

G7 leaders set to clash with combative Trump over tariffs, trade

"Npr news washington president trump has do quebec today for the g seven leaders summit as dan carbon chuck reports it could be a combat a visit since trump has accused canada's prime minister justin trudeau of being indignant trump's personal attack will exacerbate was already expected to be testy meeting one which some are calling the g six plus one though six have lined up against trump over his latest trade measures twentyfive percent tariff on steel imports and ten percent on aluminum trump took to twitter to criticize trudeau on several ongoing trade issues canadian officials say the fact is there are strong differences of opinion and that means some tough discussions during the g seven trudeau and french president emmanuel macron offered some support to trump over his coming historic meeting with the north korean leader following the g seven but they also made it clear that trump's partners in the group would keep pushing him to end the tariffs describing them as illegal and bad for everyone's economy for npr news i'm dan carpenter in toronto hawaii kennedy's mayor harry kim now says lava from killer way of volcano has destroyed more than six hundred homes on the big island since may third lava has been pouring out of large fissures in the earth and down to the ocean you're listening to npr news a deputy director at the centers for disease control and prevention says it's time to expand suicide prevention in the united states dr anne shchukin says the focus should include factors other than mental health issues such as loss of job or loved one and other life stresses the cdc's most recent data on the topic shows a sharp rise in suicide rates nearly every state from nineteen ninety nine through two thousand sixteen there's heightened attention on the.

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"dan carbon chuck" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"dan carbon chuck" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To find a way to work with putin on syria but typically the russian interests have not been aligned with us interests because russia is allied with assad in the us has said assad needs to go npr's temer key there are unconfirmed reports of a missile attack on an airbase in central syria the pentagon denies involvement and now the russian defense ministry claims it was to israel at fifteen warplanes that carried out the strikes a trump administration official says north korea is signaling it's prepared to discuss its nuclear arsenal at talks between leader kim jong un and president trump that could take place next month in paris shannon van sant has more increases the chances that a summit between north korea's leader kim jong and president trump will happen how north korea defines denuclearization is unclear the us wants north korea to give up its nuclear weapons program and has reportedly maintained backchannel communications with the north korean regime as it prepares for the meeting which is expected to take place by the end of may the summit will be the first time as sitting us president as accepted an invitation to meet with north korean leader shannon ben sent npr news washington and toronto canada hundreds of people gathered in a small hockey arena last night to remember the young players and others who died in a bus crash late friday as dan carbon chuck reports fifteen people died fourteen were injured when the team bus collided with a transport truck the vigil was held in the same arena where the humboldt broncos played their games people laid flowers in a circle around center ices family and.

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Republican Representatives' Redrawn Pennsylvania Congressional District Map Awaits Court Ruling

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 3 years ago

Republican Representatives' Redrawn Pennsylvania Congressional District Map Awaits Court Ruling

"Live from NPR News in Washington on Barbara Klein European Union negotiators are in Brussels, discussing President, Trump's new tariffs on imported steel Teri Schultz reports the EU's top trade official is meeting with the US Trade Representative to personally express the blocks displeasure with the move EU officials say they expect the new steel tariffs will not apply to European producers. The President Trump only announced Canada and Mexico would be excluded. His use of national security concerns as justification for the new tariffs has led European allies to insist the policy can't apply to them. The Japanese trade minister is also part of the talks. Japan wants an exemption to. It appears Australia will be exempt from the new tariffs. Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull says, Trump confirmed the exemption during us phone call yesterday. But in a tweet, Mr Trump's suggests it could depend on what he calls. A security agreement, California Governor Jerry Brown is ordering flags at the state capital, be flown at half staff in memory of three mental health workers who were killed during a hostage standoff at a veteran's home in Napa County Yesterday, Alex hemlock of member station KQED reports. The alleged gunman is also dead. The suspect attacked the Yoggu veterans home shooting at police before taking three hostages who worked for the pathway home. An organization that helps vets deal with issues like post traumatic stress disorder. The suspect has been described in dispatch audio as an army veteran in media reports indicate he was part of the pathway home program, CHP assistant chief. Chris Troud says authorities discovered the four bodies just after six o'clock Pacific time. Dragic piece of news one that we really hoping it wouldn't happen to them before the public to give jobs didn't give further details on a possible motive. For NPR News. I'm Alex Ahmic. A federal court in Pennsylvania has. Weighing arguments over congressional redistricting case that could have ramifications. Nationwide is Katie Meyer of member station W I T F reports. The plaintiffs claimed Pennsylvania's Supreme Court violated federal law by redrawing the state's congressional map Lawyers for to Republican state Senate leaders and eight GOP congressmen are arguing the state court usurped legislature's power and violated the US Constitution. They say the justices step dim before giving lawmakers enough time to redraw the map themselves. The other side to election officials and Democratic governor Tom Wolf said ministration argues the General Assembly had plenty of time to redraw the maps but sat on its hands. They also say the federal court doesn't have authority to rule on the case because it's a state issue. Both sides acknowledged the case doesn't have any direct precedent. Meanwhile, a virtually identical cases pending before the US Supreme Court, which could rule at any time for NPR News. I'm Katie Meyer In Harrisburg. This is NPR. The National Rifle Association is suing the state of Florida over the bill Republican Governor, Rick Scott signed yesterday that imposes new restrictions on gun sales. The NRA says, raising the age limit for buying a gun to 21 is unconstitutional. Thousands of demonstrators are expected to turn out in British Columbia this afternoon to protest plans to expand an oil pipeline. Dan carbon Chuck reports. The project has sparked legal challenges and opposition from environmental activists and native groups. The trends won't in pipeline explosion by the Canadian arm of Texas bruised Kindermann organ is expected to triple the flow of oil from Albert as oil sands to the west coast. It would also dramatically increase the number of oil tankers using the waters between Canada and Washington State Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said the project is in Canada's best interests. Opponents say moral oil means warships and more risk of oil spills and impacts deficient other wildlife. Yesterday, a judge in British Columbia issued an injunction aimed at preventing activists from protesting within one hundred fifty feet of shipping terminals under construction in Burnaby B. C opponents called that and intimidation tactic. The project still need several local permits and federal approvals before construct. In can begin For NPR News, I'm Dan carping Chuck in Toronto. It's that time of year to spring forward daylight saving time begins and most of the US tomorrow, which means clocks need to be set an hour ahead tonight in order to avoid any surprises tomorrow morning. I'm Barbara Klein, NPR News.

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"dan carbon chuck" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"dan carbon chuck" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Three weeks to reach an agreement emily wendlinger of member station ko as hugh reports from oklahoma city state republicans and democrats have been in a stalemate for months over how to raise taxes to increase oklahoma teacher pay which currently ranks 50th in the nation on wednesday the president of the oklahoma education association alicia east said in a facebook video that lawmakers have until april first to pass a budget if that much doesn't include a meaningful pay raise for teachers and support professionals and the additional funding to restore cuts to oklahoma classrooms only a calls for statewide school closures beginning april ii state lawmakers are discussing plans to eliminate the state income tax for teachers in lieu of a raise for npr news i'm emily when ler in oklahoma city the suspect in the parkland florida school shooting has been formally charged with murdering seventeen people the indictment coming on the same day that florida's legislature gave final passage to a gun safety bill introduced in response to the attack the measure imposes restrictions on purchases and allow some school employees to be armed at worth a spokeswoman for governor rick scott has says the governor has not decided whether to support the bill which comes law within fifteen days unless scott vetos it this is npr news the international committee of the red cross today postponed an aid delivery to besieged areas near damascus syria because of violence the first convoy in weeks was able to reach the rebelheld eastern gouda region earlier this week but nearly a third of those trucks were not fully unloaded because of concerns security concerns outrageous flaring in a montreal neighborhood over a jewish communities use of school buses as get dan carbon chuck reports several people were yellow badges to protest against.

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7th set of remains linked to alleged 'planter pot' serial killer, police say

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 3 years ago

7th set of remains linked to alleged 'planter pot' serial killer, police say

"Live from NPR News in Washington on core of a Coleman in Florida. The state Senate has passed a measure on guns lawmakers say will improve school safety and peers. Greg, Alan reports, it puts some restrictions on gun purchases and would let some School employees be armed The bill, narrowly passed Florida Senate The Honore oppose provisions that banned, bump stocks, impose a three-day waiting period, and raise the aged, twenty one for all gun purchases. So Republicans voted 'no. Most Democrats also opposed the bill because allow some School employees to begin carrying guns. Lauren book a Democrat, who represents a district that is home to some of the school students and parents said while she wanted more from bill, she was voting. Yes, we have been elected to represent the will of the people there will is clear. Let's get something done. The bill also include some four hundred million dollars to expand mental health services to hire more school resource officers and upgrade school security. It now moves to Florida's House. Greg, Alan NPR News Tallahassee, Lawyers for entertainer, Bill Cosby are in court. His prosecutors ask a judge to let nineteen women testify who've accused him of sexual assault. Bobby Allen of member station WHYY reports Cosby's lawyers say the additional witnesses will make jurors biased in his criminal re-trial prosecutors said in court that Cosby had a decade-long pattern of drugging and molesting women. Something government lawyers called a quote, sadistic sexual scrapped. So they're hoping a judge permits, nineteen other women to take the stand against Cosby, including actress Janice Dickinson. Prosecutors, said the additional accusers will help defend the credibility of the main accuser, Andrea Constand, who will be likely subjected to intense cross-examination as she was during the first trial that ended in a hung jury last summer. But defence lawyer Tom as a row as expected to argue that the other incidents are unsubstantiated and will distract the jury from the one episode at the heart of the trial. For NPR News, I'm Bobby Allen in Philadelphia, UN Secretary, General Antonio Guiterrez has appointed former. New York City Mayor, Michael Bloomberg as his special envoy for climate action. Linda Kasulo reports. The appointment comes a year in advance of a UN summit on global warming UN Secretary, General Antonio Guiterrez said that he appointed Michael Bloomberg to the post to help him persuade governments and businesses to accelerate implementation of the two thousand fifteen Paris Climate Accord. Bloomberg who has called on nations not to emulate President Trump's decision to pull the US out of the agreement, expressed hope that the president would change his mind. Linda FISU low reporting, the National Weather Service says, blizzard conditions are hitting the Northern Plains and upper Midwest. Parts of the Dakotas could get more than a foot of snow. By the end of the day today, there's significant accumulation as far south is Iowa. The Weather Service says, this will turn into a nor'easter as it tracks into the northeast this week affecting the mid-Atlantic states up to New England. Some cities could get between six and ten inches of snow. This is NPR. Former Trump campaign official Sam Nunn Burke announced yesterday. He did not want to cooperate with a subpoena issued by special counsel. Robert Muller in the Russia investigation. Number made several TV appearances. He says, he's been summoned to appear before a grand jury Friday to turn over many e-mails related to the Trump campaign. But by last evening, Number reversed his statements and suggested he would cooperate. Number was fired from the Trump campaign and White House officials say he's never worked. There. Police in Toronto, Canada have released. Another set of human remains linked to the alleged serial killer. Bruce MacArthur, as Dan carbon Chuck reports of 30s have released a photograph of the victim, hoping someone can identify him the photos of a middle-aged bearded man with his eyes partially closed. It was released during a news conference were police announced. They had discovered a seventh victim investigators say the man was likely dead when the photo was taken, but refused to say how or when they got the photograph the lead investigator says releasing. The photo was a last resort. As they hope to identified the victim enclosed that part of their investigation Police, say the six previous victims at disappeared from Toronto's gave village or had ties to the LGBTQ community remains of all the victims, including the latest were discovered in platters where the Sixty-six-year-old MacArthur worked as a self-employed landscaper For NPR News and Dan carping, Chuck and Toronto. The United Nations says a humanitarian aid. Convoy unserious eastern Gouta enclave could not fully deliver supplies. The effort to get aid into eastern good comes after attempts continue to fail to secure a ceasefire that will at civilians flee the besieged area. This is NPR.

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"Canada has quietly begun to share information with us homeland security about thousands of americans who cross the border each day dan carbon chuck reports it's part of an exchange aimed at bolstering security canada and the us agreed in 2011 to set up a coordinated method of tracking the entry and exit information of travellers at border points on land the information that's being shared includes the person's name nationality date of birth engendered the country issuing their travel document and when and where they cross the border at first information was only shared about foreign nationals and permanent residence but not citizens of other country that's now changed allowing for data on american travelers ottawa has been slow to pass the lawn parliament so information about canadians is not yet being shared civil libertarians say the data exchanges go too far in monitoring people who haven't broken any laws for npr news i'm dan carpet chuck in toronto a district judge has determined that twelve members of a penn state fraternity will stand trial for a pledges death however today justice alan sinclair dismissed the most serious charges against the members of the beta theta pi fraternity including involuntary manslaughter and felony counts of aggravated assault the judge also dismissed charges against fort frap brothers prosecutor say heavily intoxicated nineteen year old tim piazza was seen on video falling several times in the hours after he and other pledges were run through a drinking gauntlett he incurred severe head and abdominal injuries that were not even discovered until the frap brothers called an ambulance the next morning piazza died a daily.

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"Britain's are paying tribute to the late princess diana on the eve of the twentieth anniversary of her death her sons prince william and prince harry visited a memorial garden dedicated to their mother for a charity work people have been paying tribute to the people's princess for weeks many leaving flowers lit candles and photographs outside the palace grounds princess di passed away the age of thirty six on august 31st 1997 from injuries sustained when her car crashed in paris as it was being chased by 'paparazzi her boyfriend doti fired and their driver on repulse were also killed two police officers in montreal patrolling on bicycles have been credited with nabbing one of the most wanted suspects in the united states dan carbon chuck reports the man is believed to had a criminal organization supplying illegal drugs in at least six states the quick linking officers were on a routine bike patrol when they stopped a man they suspected of drug possession he ran but was quickly apprehended in when his fingerprints were run through the police database he turned out to be the suspected boss of a largescale operation that included drugs money laundering and weapons kokov phones account a was wanted by the us department of homeland security me suspected of supplying ecstasy marijuana to distributors in michigan ohio illinois massachusetts georgia and new york is also wanted by police in ontario and by us immigration and customs sikanda has a history of violence he will be sent to on teruyo and could then face extradition to the us for npr news i'm dan chuck in toronto the dow is up thirty twenty one thousand 895 this is npr.

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"G twenty leaders have left hamburg germany but antiglobalization activists have not they protested for a third night in a row police say most of the demonstrations during the summit were peaceful and that a few hundred anti capitalist militants are responsible for rioting as as me nicholson reports hamburg officers were prepared for more riots last night the g twenty summit came to an end on saturday but police were out in force on the streets of humbug again last night deploying water cannons and iin roads against protestors according to hamburg authorities saturday nights demonstrations resulted in nearly two hundred arrests and more than two hundred twenty detentions they also report that almost five hundred police officers have been injured since thursday but have no information on the number of injured protesters on friday chancellor angela merkel condemned behavior of some activists saying i have full respect for peaceful protest but violent demonstrations are a threat to human life for npr news i'm as mickelson in by then this is npr news firefighters out west or keeping busy during this wildfire season as thousands are forced to evacuate the alamo fire in southern california now covers more than thirty seven square miles and his only ten percent contained it's a similar scene in western canada dan carbon chuck reports officials in british columbia have declared a provincewide state of emergency more than 1800 firefighters tackling more than two hundred fires video them out of control in the british columbia interior.

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"From npr news in washington i'm in johnston us attorney general jeff sessions is heading to philadelphia today npr's carry johnson reports hill meet with federal and local law enforcement sessions will address two of his top priorities during the visit to philadelphia i still so town with local police and other officials to discuss ways to cut violent crime neck sessions wants to keep up the pressure on socalled sanctuary cities those are jurisdictions that refuse to share information with federal immigration authorities the attorney general in president trump have threatened to cut us law enforcement grant money to cities that don't assist in gration and customs enforcement npr's carry johnson reporting an eight million us dollar settlement and apology by the canadian governmental a former guantanamo prisoner is sparking outrage across canada dan carbon chuck reports omar qatar pleaded guilty to war crimes in two thousand ten at included the killing of a you us soldier in afghanistan fifteen years ago gutter was repatriated to canada where he served out his sentence he also filed a lawsuit against ottawa claiming it colluded with the united states in his torture and the abuse of his rights he was fifteen years old when he was captured the settlement has become divisive in canada some calling it offensive now the lawyer for the widow of the us soldier killed in afghanistan has filed an application to have any mighty qatar receives go to the soldier's family dan carbon chuck reporting i'm windsor johnston npr news in washington this is wnyc new york i'm richard hake police are investigating after a man fired into a police car in the bronx early this morning killing one of the.

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"From npr news in washington i'm in johnston you as attorney general jeff sessions is heading to philadelphia today and pr scary johnson reports he'll meet with federal and local law enforcement sessions will address two of his top priorities during the visit the philadelphia i will sit down with local police and other officials did discussed ways to cut violent crime now sessions wants to keep up the pressure on socalled sanctuary cities those are jurisdictions that refuse to sharon version with federal immigration authorities the attorney general in president trump have threatened to cut us law enforcement grant money to cities that don't exist immigration and customs enforcement npr's carrie johnson reporting an eight million us dollar settlement and apology by the canadian government a former guantanamo prisoner is sparking outrage across canada dan carbon chuck reports omar qatar pleaded guilty to war crimes in two thousand ten at included the killing of a us soldier in afghanistan fifteen years ago oh gutter was repatriated to canada where he served out his sentence he also filed a lawsuit against ottawa claiming colluded with the united states in his torture and the abuse of his rights he was fifteen years old when he was captured the settlement has become divisive in canada some calling it offensive now the lawyer for the widow of the us soldier killed in afghanistan has filed an application to have anybody qatar receives go to the soldier's family dan carbon chuck reporting i'm windsor johnston npr news in washington i'm peter o'dowd photographing wildlife can be a dangerous job is specially if you have to dive deep into the ocean to take pictures of great white sharks as an underwater photographer have to get into the ocean unlimited by the air supply on my by and gotta get real close shark which all graffiti next done on here and now.

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