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02:07 min | 1 year ago

"dan carp" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Observe a controversial election review ordered by Arizona State Senate Republicans from member station Cage's in Phoenix. Ben Giles reports. This comes admit Republican calls for similar vote on its in other states, the Pennsylvania Republicans will meet with GOP lawmakers at the Arizona Capital and Tour Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Where a hand recount of nearly 2.1 million ballots cast in Maricopa County is underway. We'll also get a briefing from Cyber Ninjas heavily criticized private firm running the audit that said in court filings they expect to perform similar work across the country. Multiple audits have already confirmed the accuracy of the vote in Maricopa County election experts say the Senate's review is nothing more than a grift and have warned of it spread to other states. For NPR News. I'm Ben Giles in Phoenix. Canadian lawmakers discussed last night last week's discovery of the remains of 215 indigenous Children. The Children were found buried at the side of the former Canadian residential school. It's in British Columbia. Dan Carp in Chuck Reports from Toronto. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that Canadian citizens must acknowledge the country failed in its duty to these Children and their families. The undocumented remains were discovered using ground penetrating radar at the site of the former Kamloops residential school. Residential schools operated for more than a century from the late 18 hundreds. They were funded by the government and run by churches to assimilate native Children into White society. Thousands were abused. It's believed as many as 4000 died of neglect and abuse. Dan Carp in check reporting. This is NPR. What? W A B C news in Atlanta on Good morning. I'm the saree. Um activists continue to call for changes of George's Department of Labor as the meal. Moffett reports some out of work, residents, labor leaders and Democratic lawmakers remain frustrated over delayed benefits. Labor Commissioner Mark Butler argues the state is leading the way in paying claims. But the unemployed Georgians who gathered outside the department's downtown Atlantic career center.

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03:30 min | 1 year ago

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"Session long and all 67 members of our caucus are completely in vehemently opposed. To these Republican vote suppression bills. Both lawmakers spoke to NPR news stocks opened higher at the beginning of a holiday shortened week on Wall Street. NPR's Scott Horsley reports, The Dow Jones industrial average rose about 170 points in early trading. Investors are eagerly awaiting a report from the Labor Department later this week on last month's job gains. April's hiring was much weaker than expected. So May's figures when we watched even more closely than usual, many employers say they're anxious to find Maura workers to keep pace with growing demand from consumers, especially for the kind of in person services that were off limits during the worst months of the pandemic. Stocks in Asia were mixed overnight in Nexus Rose and Shanghai, Hong Kong and Seoul. But Japan's Nikkei average and it down for the day and as members of OPEC, another big oil producers, me today, the price of Brent crude topped $70 a barrel. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington In Canada, the number of coronavirus cases continues to drop. But as Dan Carp and Chuck reports from Toronto Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he won't be rushed into reopening the border with the U. S. Auto, what has faced growing calls in recent weeks to come up with a plan for reopening the border and has been coming from business groups, lawmakers and families in both countries. The border has been closed to non essential travel since March of last year. Trudeau says he understands many are eager to see the border re open. But it must be done carefully and safely, adding that his government will make its decision based on the interests of Canadians and not on what other countries want. Kudo also says he wants to see 75% of Canadians vaccinated against covered 19. The closure to non essential travel has separated many families who live near the border. Even those who have been fully vaccinated for NPR News and Dan Carp in shock in Toronto on Wall Street, the Dow was up 155 points. This is NPR news. 64 degrees at 904. Good morning. I'm Mary Dixon. With WB. Easy news. The Daily Covert 19 case count inhale annoy has dropped to 521. That's the lowest point in nearly a year. Illinois public health Data show. The state reported 462 cases on June 22nd of last year. Public health officials yesterday reported 33 more deaths. They've previously said the weekend case counter generally lower, more than half of Illinois adults have been fully vaccinated. Illinois lawmakers have passed the state budget delayed next year's primary election until June and loud bets to be placed on Illinois College sports All this happen in Springfield overnight at the Mai 31st adjournment deadline, they failed to reach a deal on a few major issues, including an energy package that could see the state giving. Hundreds of millions of dollars to excellent to rescue its nuclear power plant. Some lawmakers are due back to the capital later this morning. Illinois is closer to making Juneteenth, a state holiday legislation making June 19, a paid day off for all state employees and a school holiday was unanimously approved by the Illinois House. The measure would take effect immediately. If Democratic Governor J. B. Pritzker signs it, a nationally recognized Mexican American folk singer from South Chicago has died. Jesus, China, Greta No Great day was renowned for the ballads he improvised. They often told the story of current and historic struggles of Mexican people and workers know Greta was 72. Whites exploded doubleheader with Cleveland. The Cubs beat the Padres.

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02:15 min | 1 year ago

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"Camilla Domino SKI NPR NEWS Several newspapers in the United Kingdom are reporting that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Married his fiancee in a small secret ceremony last night As Philip Marks reports from London, Boris Johnson became the first prime minister in two centuries to marry one in office when he went his fiancee, Carrie Simmons, in a small, secretive ceremony inside the Catholic Westminster Cathedral, close to his Downing Street home. Among the reported 30 attendees. Limited by covert restrictions were several of Johnson siblings on his father Marks reporting there and you're listening to NPR news. To Canada now, where work is underway in British Columbia to identify and eventually repatriate the remains of more than 200 native Children buried at the site of a former residential school. The schools were in operation from the late 18 hundreds with the aim to assimilate native Children into white society. Reporting from Toronto. Dan Carp in Shock has more on what happens next. Remains were discovered a week ago. With the use of ground penetrating radar. Native leaders in British Columbia are making plans to identify and return home the remains of 215 Children found at the site. Se to help bring peace to their families. A candlelight vigil was held overnight in a local artist place 215 pairs of Children's shoes on the steps of the Vancouver Art Gallery. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said it was a painful reminder of a dark and shameful chapter in Canada's history. Residential schools operated from the late 18 hundreds to the mid 19 hundreds across Canada. Native Children were forced to attend the schools that were paid for by the government and run by churches. Thousands were abused. For NPR News. I'm Dan Carp in Chuck in Toronto. President Biden is at odds with taxes Republican lawmakers who are preparing for a final vote on new election laws. The bill would eliminate drive through voting, reduced polling hours and scale back Sunday voting. In a statement. Biden call's a bill Wrong and UN American. The Texas legislative session wraps up at midnight tonight so House lawmakers are likely to vote on the changes today following approval by the state Senate. Republican Texas Governor Greg Abbott has said he will sign the bill. Joyal Snyder..

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Canadian tried in China on spy charges, no verdict announced

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Canadian tried in China on spy charges, no verdict announced

"Justin Trudeau says China is practicing course of develop diplomacy, calling it a threat to relationships with West as Dan Carbon Chuck. Reports for those comments came is two Canadians detain for more than two years based charges of spying in China, Trudeau calls China's lack of transparency surrounding the trials for Michael Spatter and Michael coverage completely unacceptable. Spammers trial in private concluded Friday coverage has said from Monday the Chinese court will announce verdict set a later date. The tour arrested shortly after Chinese Wall Way executive Mang Juanjo was detained in Vancouver in December of 2000 and 18 on an extradition request from Washington. US wants her to face fraud charges. Trudeau says Ottawa will continue to work for their release. He says Beijing needs to understand it's not just about the two Canadians but about respect for the rule of law and China's relationships with Western countries. For NPR News. I'm Dan Carp in Chuck in Toronto, ending a

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02:03 min | 1 year ago

"dan carp" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Set up testing sites at 16 border crossings and has asked for help from the military and other federal government departments. That aid includes military personnel for planning and logistics. Talks around going as to the exact type of assistance the armed forces will provide and staffing those sites, But the public safety minister says it's not currently planned for the service members to take on the job of testing, quarantine or enforcement. Border controls went into effect Monday requiring anyone entering Canada at land border crossings to have a covert 19 test with a negative result taken three days before they arrive for NPR News. I'm Dan Carp in Chuck in Toronto, a little known Shiite militant group is claiming responsibility for yesterday's rocket attack nearer Beals International Airport in northern Iraq. Civilian contractor was killed. A U. S service member was among more than a half dozen people injured. The U. S led coalition says more than a dozen rockets hit areas near the airport and a base where U. S troops are present. The contractor is described only as not an American. It was the first attack targeting the airport in Erbil in five months. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the U. S. Is outraged. Trading resumes on Wall Street this morning following the President's Day holiday. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR News in Washington. Support for NPR comes from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, supporting efforts to promote a just equitable and sustainable society in its hometown of Flint, Michigan, and communities around the world. Maura at might die dork. And the listeners who support this NPR station. Morning edition about to get underway with the news brief. That's how they kick off the show. Every morning here on KQED Public radio coming up a new covert 19 strained, appears to have evolved in the United States. Also the entire state flown Star State.

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03:17 min | 1 year ago

"dan carp" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ultra low complex storage conditions. So there are some practical advantages and clearly we don't have enough of the Madonna. And Visor made vaccines to write at this point deal with the pandemic in the US, let alone the world. Johnson and Johnson says preliminary data from a massive clinical trial. Shows its vaccine is effective in treating moderate to severe cases of cove. It Health panel is her testimony about the January 6th insurrection against the U. S. Capitol as NPR's Brian Naylor reports, lawmakers also discuss legislation to combat domestic terrorism. Did not reach a consensus. At a hearing called to examine the threat of domestic terrorism. Witnesses warned what happened on January 6th will resonate for years to come. Elizabeth Newman, a former Homeland security official, and the Trump administration says right wing extremist groups see January 6th as a victory and an inspiration. Sadly, I do believe that we will be fighting domestic terrorism that has its roots of inspiration, points from January 6 for the next 10 to 20 years. The chairman of the House Homeland Security panel, Mississippi Democrat Bennie Thompson, says he expects there will be agreement on legislation to combat domestic terrorism, but the panel did not get into specific proposals. Brian Naylor. NPR NEWS Only 11. Republicans joined Democrats yesterday to take away Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greens committee assignments Green is being punished for endorsing racist and violent social media postings. The Georgia Republican says she no longer believes that the 9 11 attacks and some school mass shootings were staged. This is NPR news. President Biden is leading out his foreign policy ideas, declaring that diplomacy is back. In a speech at the State Department yesterday, Biden said his administration is ending U. S support for the Saudi led military offensive in Yemen. On Russia. The president said that the days of rolling over for Vladimir Putin are over. Ban on cruise ships arriving in Canada is being extended for another year in order to stem the spread of coronavirus. Dan Carp in Chuck has more from Toronto. The ban is now extended until the end of February of 2022. It applies to all commercial cruise ships carrying more than 100 passengers. It also includes pleasure craft operating in the Arctic, With the exception of those used by local residents. Canada's transport minister says the decision is necessary to reduce the spread of the virus and variants too vulnerable communities in the North. Omar Algebra says it will also allow local health officials to focus on the vaccine roll out. Some cruise ship operators had already canceled the crew's season because of a lack of tourists. The multi billion dollar industry has been hit hard on both of Canada's coast. With the loss of hundreds of thousands of cruise ship passengers for NPR news. I'm Dan Carp in Chuck in Toronto. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is demanding that city's school officials and teachers reach agreement on Kobe 19 safety protocols. She's suggesting the teachers union is not being forthcoming about its demands. Thousands of Chicago students were supposed to resume in person learning on Monday, but the city's teachers say that the district safety plan is inadequate..

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05:29 min | 1 year ago

"dan carp" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You've been in a list of pardons and commutations ranges from a top Republican donor toe. Lil Wayne. It's morning edition from NPR News. President elect Biden held an event last night, marking all that we've lost to the pandemic. I'm Noel King. And I'm Steve Inskeep. How will a new administration attacked the coronavirus? We question a member of the new covert task force. Also, students in Georgia received packages in honor of new vice president Kamila Harris. An American flag on a string of pearls. It's Wednesday, January 20th Day, Barack Obama became president in 2009 the day Donald Trump became president in 2017. And today, Joe Biden takes the oath of office on schedule. News is next. Bye from NPR News on Corvo Coleman. President elect Joe Biden is poised to sign 17 executive orders today. After he takes the oath of office. The orders will address the Corona virus pandemic, the stuttering he was economy, climate change and racial justice initiatives. These actions range from rejoining the Paris climate accord to revoking President Trump's order, excluding undocumented migrants from the 2020 senses. Biden will take the oath of office six hours from now, as the nation's 46th president. NPR's Windsor Johnston has more. Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris will take the oath of office on the West side of the U. S Capitol building at noon today. Is President Mike Pence will attend the inauguration along with former presidents Barack Obama, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington This morning, Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris will attend Mass at ST Matthew's Cathedral in Washington, D. C. They'll be joined by congressional leaders, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. And House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. President Trump will leave the White House before Biden is sworn into office. NPR's Aisha Roscoe reports he will skip Biden's inauguration. President Trump will attend to send off ceremony a joint base Andrews before flying on Air Force 11. Last time, Trump is expected to head to Florida, where he'll live in his Mar a Lago Club. Trump has repeatedly and falsely claimed widespread voter fraud. He's refused to give a traditional concession speech or meet with President elect Biden. After pro Trump riders stormed the capital to interfere with the certification of the electoral college vote trumping knowledge that he would be leaving office and there would be a new administration. But even in his farewell address released on Tuesday, Trump did not mention buy them. ICE. Roscoe NPR news In the last few hours of its presidency, Trump has announced pardons and commutations for 143 people. Some included former close allies such as former White House strategist Steve Bannon. He had been charged with fraud. Others included the rapper Lil Wayne charged with illegally possessing a gun and ammunition and Republican Party fundraiser Elliot Bridey. He took money to secretly lobby the Trump Administration for Chinese interests. Canadian officials say deliveries of a covert 19 vaccine from drugmaker Fizer will be suspended next week. Dan Carp in Chuck reports. The pharmaceutical maker is upgrading a European plant that makes the vaccines. Ahead of Canada's vaccine rollout. Major General Danny Photos says cannot have received only 80% of scheduled deliveries this week and next week. There will be nothing but Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the delay is temporary deliveries are expected to ramp up in February, and Fizer is obligated to ship four million doses to Canada by the end of March. Dan Carp unchecked reporting This is NPR. It's been exactly two weeks since pro Trump rioters violently attacked the U. S. Capitol, neighboring states of Maryland and Virginia sent National Guard troops to the capital that day to help protect it. Since then, the Trump administration has rejected requests by their governors to help with the costs of that protection, the Maryland and Virginia governor's plan to ask incoming President Joe Biden to overturn the Trump decision. Nearly three million Children in the U. S. Have been diagnosed with a serious emotional or behavioral health condition. The pandemic has limited or cut treatment for many of them. NPR's Corey Turner reports that's led to a surge of emergency room visits. Public health experts say the Corona virus has spurred a mental health crisis data show in the spring. Kids got far less therapy and in home support than they did the year before. Then, in the summer and fall, many landed in the hospital. The CDC found a 24% increase in the proportion of mental health emergency visits for kids ages 5 to 11. And a 31% increase for teens. The problem, according to interviews with dozens of parents, doctors and advocates is a Gordian knot made of cuts to mental health spending, a shortage of child psychiatrists, the shutdown of schools and an explosion of pandemic driven stressors on families. Cory Turner. NPR news Public health officials in Maine are investigating how several shipments of the modern a cove in 19 vaccine were spoiled. They were exposed to too warm temperatures. But Darrin um and U. S. Health officials are.

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03:27 min | 1 year ago

"dan carp" Discussed on KCRW

"And thrown out of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and forever banished to the dustbin of history. And some Republicans, like Senator Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania say they believe Trump committed an impeachable offense for his role in inciting the insurrection of the Capitol, where five people died. But to me questions whether logistics would allow for a speedy trial to remove Trump from office before Joe Biden's inauguration. Trump was first impeached in December, 2019 at very pressured Ukraine's president to launch an investigation into Biden. Dave Mystic NPR news And it's closing days that Trump Administration has approved the nation's first request to run a state Medicaid program. Under what's known as a block. Grant Blake Farmer of member Station W. PLN, has details. It's entirely possible that the next administration will undo what the centers for Medicare and Medicaid services negotiated with Tennessee. But administrators Seema Verma says she hopes not federal government has made a commitment to the state of Tennessee, and they're going to be making significant investments to implement it. And so this program, I think should not be subject to political winds. Even though the Trump Administration supports block grants to save money, Tennessee found a way to argue it's already saving the federal government by running a fairly bare bones program. Now it will get to keep most of that money to expand benefits for low income people. Still, the expansion possibilities are not easing the fears of patient advocates who say Tennessee has not proven itself trustworthy to act in the best interest of patients rather than its bottom line for NPR news. I'm Blake Farmer in Nashville. Texas hospitals are treating an all time high number of covert 19 patients. Texas Public Radio's Camille Phillips reports. There are now nearly 14,000 covert 19 patients in Texas hospitals. About 1000 more patients than a week ago, state officials reported it 381 new deaths on Saturday. Almost 29,700 people in Texas have died of complications from covert 19. More than 1.7 million people have tested positive for the coronavirus in Texas since March. I'm Camille Phillips in San Antonio. This is NPR news. Planned curfew went into effect in Quebec last night as the province imposed tougher measures in the struggle against the spreading coronavirus as Dan Carbon chuck reports, the curfew came on the same day, the province broke the old record for the number of daily cases of covert 19 3127 people tested positive in the province with the total number of cases since the pandemic began. Topping 226,000. The curfew will run from a P M to 5 A.m. eastern time and heavy police presence is expected to enforce it. Those who break the curfew without a good reason face fines of up to $6000. There are a few exceptions for people leaving their homes, healthcare or humanitarian reasons, obtaining medicine or keeping a medical appointment or visiting a sick or injured parent to name a few gas stations and pharmacies can remain open. All grocery stores Most closed by 7 30 restaurants can offer delivery only for NPR news. I'm Dan Carp in Chuck in Toronto. President Trump has been stripped of his Twitter and Facebook megaphones for inciting violence at the Capitol. And now his supporters air finding the ground shaking under there far right friendly alternative social media platform parlor, Google.

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01:42 min | 1 year ago

"dan carp" Discussed on KQED Radio

"India Serum Institute has been stockpiling the AstraZeneca vaccine on will supply half of all its sources to India. The government says it plans to vaccinate 300 million people by summer. You're listening to NPR news. It is. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is warning of tougher lockdown restrictions as a country deals with a Corona virus variant that has caused infection rates despite to record levels. UK recorded more than 57,700 case new cases on Saturday Tomorrow. UK is planning to accelerate vaccinations using that vaccine developed by AstraZeneca in Oxford University in Canada, a nonprofit group is calling for military intervention to help control outbreaks of the Corona virus and Ontario's long term care homes. And carpet shark reports. Natalie Mirrors the executive director of the Ontario Health Coalition, she says options are few and there are so many long term care homes with rapidly growing outbreaks. It's estimated that nearly 30% of all the provinces, long term care homes are experiencing an outbreak. Hero says the numbers of dead are growing in hospitals are overextended. As of Thursday, there were more than 1200 people in hospitals with covert 19 337 of them in ICUs. During the first wave of the pandemic. The military was deployed to seven of the homes in Toronto. Report by the military led to an independent commission to look at the disproportionate spread of covert 19 in the facilities for NPR news. I'm Dan Carp in Chuck in Toronto. Today is the first anniversary of the U. S drone strike that killed the top Iranian general Qasem Soleimani. And a senior Iraqi militia leader, among others. Thousands joined a mock funeral on the highway.

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Canada surpasses 15000 deaths related to COVID-19 with 37 new deaths in Quebec

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Canada surpasses 15000 deaths related to COVID-19 with 37 new deaths in Quebec

"Has now surpassed 15,000 covert 19 related deaths. The latest numbers were announced as vaccines began to slowly roll out and some provinces imposed tighter health measures. Dan Carp in check reports. The grim milestone was reached after Quebec reported 37 deaths on Monday, pushing the national total past 15,000. Alberta. Officials also say more than 100 people have died in their province over the holidays. Health experts say the death toll is a reminder of just how serious the corona viruses Dr Gerald Evans and infectious disease expert at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, says Canada is seeing the large numbers of deaths from the virus that are being seen around the world. And Evans says the statistics should be a wake up call to anyone who believes the dangers of covert 19 are overhyped. Several provinces, including Quebec and Ontario, the country's two most populous have imposed tougher restrictions and lockdowns over the holiday period.

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02:55 min | 1 year ago

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"Mattingly. The FBI says it's still examining a motive for the Christmas Day bombing in downtown Nashville that injured three people and damaged dozens of businesses. Authorities believe it was carried out by 63 year old Anthony Quinn Warner, who died in the explosion set off in the man's RV. Samantha Max with member station W. P. Ellen has more officials. Sedna evidence has confirmed that Warner was at the scene of the explosion and that he died in the blast. Curfew was ongoing. His agents continue to investigate a massive crime scene. They say vehicle debris from the site helped them match mourner to the RV used in the blast, but officials hope to work through the evidence and start opening up surrounding blocks in coming days. The $900 billion coronavirus relief package passed by Congress last week has been signed by President Trump. He did so yesterday despite objections that it doesn't provide enough direct relief to Americans. NPR's Frank or Dona says the relief measures, including direct payments are part of a broader $2.3 trillion spending package that prevents a government shutdown. Passed by Congress with sweeping majorities. Trump waited almost until the last minute to sign the measure after calling the package of disgrace and fought so far unsuccessfully to raise direct payments from $600 to $2000. This is NPR news from Washington. A new strain of covert 19, seen in Britain is showing up in Canada, his Dan Carp in Chuck reports. At least four people have been diagnosed with the variant in recent days by doctors in Canada. The new cases are in Ottawa and in British Columbia, Ontario, had already announced that a couple in Durham region just east of Toronto, had tested positive for the new strain of the Corona virus, which has swept through parts of Britain. Both new cases in Canada were of individuals who had recently traveled to Britain. Health experts are concerned about the new variant because it can spread faster and more easily than the original version. It is, however, not believed to be more deadly. So far the variant has been detected in several other countries. They include France, Belgium, Denmark, Australia and the Netherlands. Meanwhile, Canada has extended to travel ban with Britain until January, the sixth For NPR News. I'm Dan Carp in shock in Toronto, a post Brexit trade agreement with Britain is a step closer for countries in the European Union. They've given their unanimous approval. The deal is still subject to the endorsement of the EU legislature before it can take effect on New Year's Day. Britain's House of Commons is expected to approve the agreement later this week. The search is ongoing. In the northern Barents Sea, where Russian fishing trawler sank earlier today, 17 crew members are still missing. Two others were rescued. Russian news agencies say several ships and at least one aircraft are taking part in the search. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington. Mm hmm..

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03:38 min | 1 year ago

"dan carp" Discussed on KQED Radio

"PLN, says 18 T reports it's restored most phone and Internet services that were interrupted by the blast. A TNT says The damaged building was a hub for regional Internet and local wireless service. When an RV exploded right outside the buildings. Temporary battery power kicked in. But fire and water damage eventually took out the generators that we're providing emergency power. Over the weekend, crews battled in additional fire and pumped out more than 3 Ft of water from the building. It's still not clear whether this facility was the target of the bombing. The mayor John Cooper, has called it an attack on infrastructure. The damage caused outages across a wide swath of the region, even two parts of the Midwest. It also knocked out many 911 networks for NPR news. I'm Emily Siner. The number of new Corona virus infections in southern California continues to rise. His head Aylin heard These reports more than 13,000 cases were reported in Los Angeles and the latest 24 hour period. That number from the county Department of Public Health, which also reported 44 new deaths from the virus, 144 since Christmas Day to the south in Orange County, almost 6000 new cases and dozens more deaths have been reported over the holiday weekend. Orange County is also setting records for covert hospitalizations. Close to 2000. Public health officials worry that the new strain of coronavirus discovered in the UK last week could be partly responsible for the recent spike in the number of new cases. And while they say there's no evidence the new strain is more deadly, it is considered to be more contagious. For NPR News. I'm heady Lynn hurt. He's in Los Angeles stock markets in Asia closed higher today as investors welcomed President Trump's decision to sign that coronavirus relief package. This is NPR news. That new strain of covert 19 seen in Britain is showing up in Canada, his Dan Carp in Chuck reports. At least four people have been diagnosed with the variant in recent days. My Canadian doctors The new cases are in Ottawa and in British Columbia, Ontario, had already announced that a couple in Durham region just east of Toronto, had tested positive for the new strain of the Corona virus, which has swept through parts of Britain. Both new cases in Canada were of individuals who had recently traveled to Britain. Health experts are concerned about the new variant because it can spread faster and more easily than the original version. It is, however, not believed to be more deadly. So far the variant has been detected in several other countries. They include France, Belgium, Denmark, Australia and the Netherlands. Meanwhile, Canada has extended to travel ban with Britain until January, the sixth For NPR News and Dan Carp in Chuck in Toronto. 10 people are on trial today in China on charges of illegally crossing the border as they attempted to flee Hong Kong by boat, then was during a government crackdown on dissent. Miners are also facing court hearings. The boat was stopped by China's Coast Guard in August as it was heading for Taiwan. If convicted, the group could face up to a year in prison for crossing the border illegally. Those who organized the effort could face up to seven years behind bars if found guilty. Rescue teams in Iran say they've ended their search for survivors following a serious of avalanches in the mountains north of Tehran. At least 12 people were killed. The avalanches occurred three days ago and separate areas following fresh snow falls and strong winds. On Dave Mattingly NPR News in Washington. Support for NPR comes from Carnegie Corporation.

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02:29 min | 1 year ago

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"After Christmas. Dan Carp in check reports fresh outbreaks of the Corona virus are threatening to overwhelm the provinces healthcare system. The lockdown will last for 14 days for the northern part of the province in 28 days for the southern part, it's the latest bid by the Ontario government to curb the growing number of cases of covert 19. Provinces scene in excess of 2000 cases a day for the past seven days, Premier Doug Ford says If his government fails to take action now the consequences could be catastrophic. He says the number of people in the hospital because of covert 19 is increased by 70% and in intensive care by 80% for it says the burden on the health care system is unsustainable. Yann Cariou Hospital Association is welcomed the lockdown but asks why it won't take effect until the end of the week for NPR news. I'm Dan Carp in Chuck in Toronto. You're listening to NPR news. In Washington. The next round of coronavirus relief funding will establish two national museums in Washington, D. C. NPR's NEDA Olivi Reports. Advocates of both Latino and women's history have long pushed for legislation authorizing both to be included in the year and deal. The National Museum of the American Latino and the Smithsonian Women's History Museum were blocked earlier this month by Senator Mike Lee of Utah. He just missed their creation as identity politics that would, in his words, further divide and already divided nation. Museums. Advocates pointed to the widely documented lack of Latino and female representation in museums already on the national mall. Support of the museum's was broadly bipartisan. Both have been decades in the making. The president of friends of the American Latino Museum s territory. Dugas told NPR that after a year that's highlighted both economic disparities and the hard work of Latinos across the country. It's a great moment with which to end the year. That Libby NPR News. A new report shows Black service members in the Air Force are more likely to be investigated, arrested and be discharged from his conduct. A study by the Air Force inspector general also says black members of the Air Force and Space Force are less likely to be promoted to higher ranks and one third believe they do not get the same opportunities as their white peers. The report did not focus on root causes for any racial disparities found during the review..

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04:13 min | 1 year ago

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"Is calling for a strong U. S response to a major cyberattack. He spoke on ABC s this week. We shouldn't call it attack it Z old school espionage campaign with new tools. Is wide spread. So we know currently of 40 compromised high value targets, especially government agencies, but there might be as many as 18,000 targets is actually really hard to get the specific number but a fair a fair amount of targets that cyber security specialist Thomas rid of the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. Here's top Senate Intelligence Committee Democrat Mark Warner. We have narrowed this Two companies and agencies that we know the bad guys got in, but they got in and they were in for a long time. So they're very deep. It may be ongoing. We have not discovered How we will ferret them fully out. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said that this looks like the cyber attack was mounted by Russia. President Trump yesterday challenged the conclusion and says that it may have been China. The government's operation. Warp speed is on track to ship 20 million Corona virus vaccine doses by the end of the year as MPR's Selena Simmons Duffin tells us the second government approved vaccine. This one produced by Moderna is now shipping having to vaccines and distribution is going to give a big boost to the effort to get lots of people vaccinated and help Slow the spread of the virus and ultimately end the pandemic. And Madonna's vaccine is also easier to handle than the fighter by on tech vaccine that we were talking about last week. It is kept at regular freezer temperatures, and it comes in smaller shipments, which helps with planning. NPR's Selena Simmons Duffin. British police are putting more officers at train stations and on highways to enforce a Christmas coronavirus lockdown in London and the East and south east of England. NPR's frank Langfitt reports. Police are being deployed after thousands fled the British capital Saturday, risking further spread of the virus. People flooded London train stations to beat the lockdowns Midnight Saturday deadline. So they can spend Christmas with family members and other parts of the country. UK Health Secretary Matt Handcock expressed anger on the BBC. Those scenes were totally irresponsible. And you know the best gift that you could give somebody this Christmas is to stay at home and not transmit the virus. Officials say The spike in cases here is driven by a new, much more infectious strain of the virus. Italy, The Netherlands and Belgium have responded by announcing plans to hold flights in and out of the UK Frank Langfitt. NPR NEWS London This is NPR. Canada has now recorded more than half a million cases since the beginning of the pandemic. Dan Carp in Chuck has details. The numbers continue to increase and faster more than 100,000 cases were added in the past two weeks. As of Saturday, the number stands at more than 500,000 to compare it took Canada six months to reach its 1st 100,000. Ontario and Quebec continue to report daily numbers in excess of 2000 cases. The rapid acceleration has prompted several provinces and regions to issue tougher measures and lockdowns ahead of Christmas. And even though the first vaccines have been administered, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is urged Canadians to limit the size of their holiday celebrations. Health officials also warned that the number of people in hospitals with severe symptoms of covert 19 Is also on the rise for NPR news of Dan Carp in Chuck in Toronto, Israel has begun its Corona virus inoculation drive, with Prime Minister Netanyahu publicly going first. The goal is 60,000 day, starting with health workers. Israel says it's has secured sufficient doses for much of the country's nine million people from both Fizer and Moderna. After 10 months of tightening pandemic restrictions, People are desperate to be with family and friends. But health officials are calling on them. To be honest with the people they love about their health status with infections and hospitalizations, soaring, health officials say, Do it yourself Tracing has proven not to be ideal with contact, tracing and overwhelming and sometimes slow process. They say if you test positive for the coronavirus,.

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"dan carp" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"dan carp" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Nurses. And in those places, even one or two nurses that air out Is maybe half of their staff on a normal day. But update says they haven't received the phaser vaccine partially because they can't store it at the necessary ultra cold temperatures. For NPR News. I'm Dominic Anthony Walsh in Waco President elect Joe Biden introduced key members of his climate teams Saturday, calling climate change and existential threat in a crisis. He'll take office after four years in which the Trump administration reversed scores of environmental regulations. NPR's Juana Summers. Reports. Biden says the climate crisis demands urgent action and the climate policy would play a critical role in the bidet administration Folks. We're in a crisis. Just like we need to be unified Nation in response to covert 19. We need a unified national response to climate change. Biden says he will restore environmental regulations rolled back during the Trump administration. That the team he has chosen will put clean energy jobs and environmental protection at the center of his economic plans. He's also signaled that he will prioritize environmental justice, including the communities of color and low income communities that have been disproportionately impacted by climate change and pollution. Juana Summers. NPR news You're listening to NPR news. President Trump commented Saturday for the first time on the widespread cyber breach in the U. S government. He downplayed the seriousness of the hacking and said without evidence. That it may have been China, not Russia behind it. His own secretary of state, and multiple lawmakers say it was Russia. The National Hockey League and its players have reached a tentative deal to return to play. As Dan Carp and Chuck reports. Now the league is trying to determine if Canadian teams will only play in Canada. The proposed deal would include a 56 game scheduled for the 2020 2021 season and will begin on January 13th. There would be no exhibition games. Under the agreement, league divisions would be realigned to include a 17 all Canadian division that would play on Lee in Canada. With no cross border travel for that to work, it would need approval from health authorities and Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta and British Columbia. Discussions are still underway on that issue. But if the NHL is not allowed to play north of the border because of Canada's health measures, the teams would have to relocate to the U. S. The players Association has approved the deal. The leagues Board of Governors has yet to vote for NPR news. I'm Dan Carp in shock in Toronto. The state of California is denying a request that a few 100 fans be allowed to watch the Rose Bowl in person on January 1st because of pandemic restrictions, so organizer's air moving the college football playoff semifinal. Arlington, Texas, the home of the Dallas Cowboys. The last time the Rose Bowl was moved from Pasadena was a 1942 after the bombing of Pearl Harbor..

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57 Women Accuse Fashion Designer of Rape, Sexual Assault and Trafficking

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00:50 sec | 1 year ago

57 Women Accuse Fashion Designer of Rape, Sexual Assault and Trafficking

"Designer who's wanted in the U. S. Is under arrest in Winnipeg. His Dan Carp in Chuck reports Peter Nygard is facing a long list of charges. 79 year old Nygaard faces nine charges, including racketeering, conspiracy, sex trafficking by force, fraud of coercion and transportation for the purposes of prostitution and illegal sexual activity. I got it appeared in the Winnipeg court on Tuesday, his lawyer argued for a publication ban. But that was denied the charges of the latest troubles for Nygard, who also faces a class action lawsuit in the U. S. 57 women have accused him of rape, sexual assault and human trafficking. Two of the women alleged they were as young as 14. That lawsuit was stayed earlier in the summer. Nygard, who has denied the claims remains in custody. His next court appearance is in mid January for NPR news. I'm Dan Carp in Chuck in Toronto. No

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"dan carp" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"dan carp" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Doses of fighters Coben 19 vaccine or being shipped the hospitals across the U. S. This follows the Food and Drug Administration's decision to authorize its emergency use, Frontline health care workers and residents of nursing homes and long term care facilities will be the first to receive the shots. White House adviser says 100 million people nationwide could be vaccinated by the end of March. The head of the FDA is defending the agency's process for reviewing fighters vaccine As NPR's Joel Rose reports, the FDA commissioner came under pressure from the White House to speed up the process. Dr. Stephen Hahn, the FDA commissioner, denied President Trump's claim that the vaccine could have been available a week sooner. Hahn said in multiple interviews that the FDA is decision to authorize the vaccine for emergency use was based on science, not politics. Here. He is speaking to CNN. Nothing guided Decision, no external comments, no external pressure other than the science and data guided our decision making. Han was asked several times whether Mark Meadows, the White House chief of staff, had threatened his job. Hahn said that was an inaccurate description of their conversation, but declined to go into details. Joel Rose. NPR NEWS Washington Canada has received its first shipment of fivers Coben 19 vaccine, His Dan Carp in Chuck reports. Quebec is expected to be the first Canadian province to administer shots. The shipment arrived at the Montreal International Airport late Sunday night with some of the first of 30,000 doses of the Fizer Bio Antec vaccine. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tweeted that this is good news. But the fight is not over. And now more than ever, Canadians must keep up their vigilance the vaccines and now headed to 14 distribution sites across Canada. Health authorities in Quebec say they're preparing to begin inoculating residents of two long term care homes as early as possible. One in Montreal, the other in Quebec City, Other provinces will begin vaccinating long term care residents and frontline health care workers later this week for NPR news. I'm Dan Carp in Chuck in Toronto, many hospitals and California are reporting their ICU beds are full or nearing capacity. Alex Hall with member station KQED reports. State health data show. California's 12 County San Joaquin Valley region is now it's 0% ICU bed availability, the lowest of any region in the state. Local health officials in Fresno County said Friday they plan to reactivate an alternative care site in the area to help relieve overwhelmed and understaffed local hospitals. Struggling to meet the demand. The lack of ICU beds has triggered a state mandated stay at home order in the region that is expected to last through at least the next two weeks. For NPR News. I'm Alex Hall. This is NPR news from Washington. Later today, Electoral College votes are to be cast for president and vice president in each state and the District of Columbia President elect Joe Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris 1 306 electoral votes based on the results of the 2020 election. California and Hawaii will be the last two states to begin the process, the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security or investigating the hacking of computer networks used by the Treasury and Commerce departments. It's being described as a large scale penetration of federal agencies, cyber security officials with the DHS or trying to determine the extent of the damage. Russian hackers are believed responsible. Some veterans groups in the U. S air calling on via Secretary Robert Wilkie to resign over his handling of a sexual assault case. NPR's Quil Lawrence reports. Report by the VA's inspector general found Secretary Robert Wilkie tried to discredit a Navy veteran who said she was groped and sexually harassed at the Washington DC via. The report said that Wilkie and senior staff attempted to smear the veteran with false stories in the press, even while the VA's official policy is to stamp out harassment there where women are the fastest growing veterans demographic. Wilkie denies this but did not completely cooperate with the investigation. Congressional leaders from both parties have condemned Wilf. He's handling of the case and now groups including the American Legion and the V F W say Wilkie should resign immediately. The A spokeswoman said..

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"dan carp" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"dan carp" Discussed on KCRW

"Negotiators still needs approval from parliaments on both the U. K and you sides before the end of the year to avoid tariffs and barriers going up January 1st This is NPR. Record breaking heat wave is gripping parts of Australia, though summer there doesn't officially start until Tuesday, December 1st Sydney and New South Wales has recorded its hottest night in November ever Followed by a daytime temperature of 116 degrees. Canadian researchers say the country's last ice area in the high Arctic needs to be permanently protected. Dan Carpeting, Shuck reports It has the thickest and oldest ice in the entire region. And Intuit. The region is called to Viju. It took the place where Isis never melts 123,000 square miles of frozen ocean off the northern coast of Ellesmere Island. The area is protected until 2024. But researchers like Derek Mueller at Ottawa's Carleton University say the Arctic is warming so fast. The region needs to be permanently protected. In July, 40% of the nearby mill I shelf collapsed within two days that was more than 30 square miles of ice that had been stable for thousands of years. Inuit associations are also calling for protection for the region and a say in studying in managing the resources that might lie there. For NPR News. I'm Dan Carp in shock in Toronto. In the NFL. The Denver Broncos face the New Orleans Saints today without any of their usual four quarterbacks and investigation found they'd violated Lee guidelines by spending time together without wearing masks, and now one is tested positive for Corona virus. I'm Barbara Klein. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Netflix with Dance.

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"dan carp" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"dan carp" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats are considering taking steps to ensure a smooth presidential transition. We have details for NPR's Kelsey Snell speaker. Pelosi says the continued delay of the official transition process is quote mystifying. She says she sees an expanded role for House Democrats if the Trump administration continues to block the transition. I'm not one to show my hand, but nonetheless, we're ready. I really, Pelosi says. Democrats have asked for a briefing on the situation from the General Services Administration, the federal agency in charge of signaling the start of a transition. GS. They must formally ascertained the winner of the election in order for official briefings and federal transition funding to begin Kelsey Snell. NPR NEWS Washington Now to Canada, where Dan Carp in check reports, the border will remain shut for at least another month because of the pandemic. Extensions of the border shut down for non essential travel have happened every month since it was closed in March. Now. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the latest extension will be until December 21st The announcement comes as the country's chief public health officer, Dr Teresa Tam, says the second wave of the pandemic is far worse than the first and in December, Canada could see upwards of 60,000 new cases of covert 19 a day. Sam says the situation is urgent. With the epidemic growing at a rapid pace 15% more this week over last, health experts estimate that unless Canadians reduced their number of contacts that will be at the end of this month, more than 366,000 cases across Canada. For NPR News of Dan Carp in Chuck in Toronto. The Dow Jones industrial average is down 147 points, or roughly half a percent since the opening 3 29,035 This is NPR. Live from KQED News. I'm Brian what more than 100 workers at the Golden Gate Fields horse race track at the Berkeley Albany border have tested positive for covert 19 Berkeley side reports. The outbreak has led to the single largest one day coronavirus spike in Berkeley since the city's first case was reported in late February. Many of the race tracks employees are from Mexico. They live in motel style rooms. Besides stables, live horse racing there has been suspended through the end of this month. University of California leaders have approved a set of ambitious goals to tackle widespread food and housing insecurity among students. KQED is Vanessa Ron Kanye reports. About 40% of University of California students are food insecure. The goal is to cut that in half by 2025 while also having the number of housing insecure students to 8%. Region. Lark Park and her colleagues spent two years studying the issue of students basic needs and put forward their final recommendations this week. The goals are ambitious. We did not shrink away from trying to be bold in these goals because we knew that they were very worthy. Other recommendations include accurately estimating local housing costs for students..

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"dan carp" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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01:57 min | 1 year ago

"dan carp" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is local. And he says there was one place in Ireland, where President Trump was most popular in County Clare, where his golf resort is located. For NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz. Some flooding is reported in South Florida from Tropical Storm ADA. It made landfall in the Florida Keys last night after bringing deadly floods and mudslides to Central America, so mobile home and RV parks and campgrounds and the keys were evacuated. Streets and homes have been flooded in the keys as well. In Miami, the storm snapped a tree that fell onto an apartment building May friar since nine year old grandson was trapped for a time. I ran to the kitchen and his mom ran out screaming to get him get him And he was very scared. Ada is forecast to dump up to another foot of rain on South Florida before the store moves back out into the Gulf of Mexico late tonight or early tomorrow. That's when it's expected to regain hurricane strength of more than 74 MPH. This is NPR news from Washington. Canada is reporting a record number of new Corona virus infections over a single day Dan Carp in check reports from Toronto officials reported more than 4000 cases of the novel Corona virus on both Saturday and Sunday being previous single day records And since the beginning of the pandemic, there have been nine days with more than 3000 cases. All of them within the last 10 days, infectious disease specialists say the situation has become more dire, and people must restrain themselves from unnecessary socialization. It's a pattern many countries are experiencing. The U. S. Is nearing a total of 10 million cases in Europe. Some countries have started to reinstate lockdowns and tougher restrictions in Canada. Five provinces have set daily records within the past week. Country has now recorded more than 267,000 cases since March for NPR News. I'm Dan Carp in shock in Toronto. Comedian Norm Crosby.

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Montana court blocks ballot collection law

Native America Calling

04:00 min | 2 years ago

Montana court blocks ballot collection law

"This is national native news I'm Antonio Gonzalez a Montana court has blocked a ballot collection on the state which tribes a native advocates say restricts the right to vote for native Americans Yellowstone County District Court granted a preliminary injunction Tuesday halting the. Montana Bala Interference Prevention Act Tribes and native vote. Soon saying the law would disenfranchise native voters, especially those in rural areas by ending the practice, a ballot collection by vote organizers who transport ballots to tribal election offices, native groups and British Columbia to fight on after a major legal defeat as down, carpenter reports the Supreme Court of Canada has dismissed an indigenous appeal of the Trans Mountain pipeline of all the dismissal. Dismissal came as usual with no explanation from Canada's highest court, and a now effectively upholds a lower court decision, approving the project as sound was also the last known legal option to overturn federal government approval of the project government leaders say they worked hard to accommodate concerns that native communities had, but they welcome the court's decision, saying it's an important project for. For Canada but several first nations in BC say they will keep the fight against the Trans about pipeline expansion, going chiefly at George Wilson is with the sale with tooth first nation, it is a major setback for a reconciliation in reduces consultation to a purely procedural requirement. George Wilson says the ruling is not the end she will consult with their community before deciding. Deciding on the next step, other opponents say they will continue to push back some vowing that the expansion will never be completed. Government leaders say the project will provide nearly forty nine hundred jobs, and will triple the amount of Alberta oil, flowing to terminals on the West, coast, and then by tanker to overseas markets for National Native News I'm Dan Carp Chuck. The US Supreme Court's refusal to reinstate water crossing permits for the keystone pipeline puts construction on hold as environmental studies are conducted, an attorney says those studies should have been done years ago Victoria. Wicks reports a Montana. Federal Court ruled in May that the US army. Corps of Engineers use of a fast track permit was insufficient for oil and gas pipelines. Judge Brian Morris's decision applied to all new oil and. And Gas Pipelines in the country Morris isn't junction nationwide permit. Twelve was affirmed by the ninth circuit. Court of Appeals last month, and the corps of Engineers then asked the US Supreme Court to overturn that Decision Doug as a senior attorney with the Sierra, Club. He says it's important to note that both higher courts have now affirmed Judge Morris decision in the K. Excel case there's no doubt so far. Far In either the ninth circuit opinion or the supreme. Court decision that that ruling was cracked. So you know we're confident that that the night circuit will find the same on appeal. Hayes says the core now has to complete a thorough environmental study for the K. xl before it can be built I'm Victoria wicks in rapid city. South Dakota. The United National Indian Tribal, Youth Organization or unity has gone viral. Viral this year and light of the ongoing pandemic. The gathering continues this week as Christine Trudeau Reports Unity Executive Director Mary. Kim Titlists says as native youth continue to play a vital role and tribal communities combating covid nineteen. It's important for them to take time to connect with peers at workshops, shirt, talents and build on self care techniques to help navigate stress and anxiety management amid lockdowns and isolation what? Conference has to offer is a message of hope and empowerment, just connecting with each other I think that's really important. During this pandemic is that we connect with each other and we inspire each other registration is free at Unity Inc Dot Org, those with limited WIFI access can still participate by telephone or received content via thumb drive I'm Christine, Trudeau and Antonio Gonzalez.

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"Black Panther" reaches $1 billion at global box office

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04:59 min | 4 years ago

"Black Panther" reaches $1 billion at global box office

"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message come from REI What is your but that's the question REI coop is asking this season with gear classes, expert advice and adventure trips RE I can help you overcome any excuses to find your way outside. Live from NPR News in Washington. I'm Jim Hark President Trump was in western Pennsylvania, Saturday campaigning for Republican congressional candidate Wreksa Cohen who was in a tight race against Democrat, Conner Lam heading into Tuesday's vote in a wide ranging hour-long speech Trump used the appearance to town his willingness to hold talks with North Korea, and he thanked China for its role. They've done more John has done more for us than they have ever done for any other president or ever done for this country. And I respect that. You need a date for the summit with North Korea has not been said. The Pentagon has released the broad outlines of a military parade ordered up by President Trump last month and Pierre's John Stemp and reports. The parade is due to be held on Veteran's Day in annual military parade is an all that unusual American allies, and foes have them Mr Trump got the idea attending a Bastille Day parade in France. Last year Pentagon planners want to integrate the parade with the District of Columbia, his pre existing Veteran's Day parade marching from the White House to the Capitol. The Pentagon says wheeled vehicles. Only nothing with a tank treads will be paraded down city streets. So as to not damage, the blacktop the emphasis will be the price of freedom. The Pentagon expects to highlight Medal of Honor recipients, veterans, service organizations, and military women at the end planners envision what they call a heavy air component, including vintage aircraft Johnston NPR News walk. Washington, thousands of demonstrators marched in the Vancouver suburbs, Saturday, protesting plans to expand and oil pipeline as then Koerppen Jack reports. The project has sparked legal challenges and opposition from environmental activists and native groups. The Trans mountain pipeline expansion by the Canadian arm of Texas-based candor Morgan is expected to triple the flow of oil from Alberta's 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 more 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, protesting within one hundred fifty feet of shipping terminals under construction in Burnaby B. C opponents call that and intimidation tactic. The project still need several local permits in federal approvals before construction can begin For NPR News. I'm Dan carping Chuck. Toronto, The Trump administration is proposing banning bumps stocks, which allowed guns to mimic fully automatic fire and were used in last year's Las Vegas massacre, the Justice Department's regulation, and on Saturday with classify the device as a machine-gun prohibited under federal law, The move likely sets the stage for what could become prolong legal battles with Gun Manufacturers. You're listening to NPR News in Washington. British government security ministers held an emergency meeting Saturday to discuss the poisoning of a Russian who spied for Britain. Meanwhile Home Secretary, Amber Rudd said after the meeting. It was still too early to say with certainty who was behind the poisoning. Rudd said more than two hundred forty pieces of evidence had been collected. And two hundred witnesses have been identified. But these have not released details about the specific nerve agent used in the attack. But the BBC reports traces of the chemical were found at a local restaurant, were the man eight just before falling ill Black Panther has surpassed one billion dollars and global box office sales NPR's Windsor Johnston reports the latest superhero. Blockbuster from marvel and Walt Disney is continuing to draw a record crowds to movie theaters around the world. Black Panther is the first Marvel movie to earn one billion dollars Since Captain America's Civil War cleared a one point one billion dollars in ticket sales two years ago. The action flick featuring black Superheroes was pushed over the mark on its opening day in China earning nearly 23 million dollars. But it may have some competition. This weekend. Newcomer and fellow Disney film A wrinkle in time is making its debut. The film directed by Eva Duvernois has been highly anticipated since Disney made her the first ever black woman to direct a movie with a budget over one hundred million dollars. Windsor Johnston NPR News. I'm Jules Mark MP your views in Washington.

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Republican Representatives' Redrawn Pennsylvania Congressional District Map Awaits Court Ruling

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04:40 min | 4 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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7th set of remains linked to alleged 'planter pot' serial killer, police say

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04:40 min | 4 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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