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Federal court rules in favor of Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe

Native America Calling

03:46 min | 1 year ago

Federal court rules in favor of Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe

"This is National Native News Antonio. Gonzales the Mashpee womp og tribe, the National Congress of American Indians and the United South and eastern tribes are urging the Department of the Interior to reaffirm the status of the Massachusetts tribes reservation after a federal court, Friday ruled in favor of the tribe. The Interior Department had intended to disestablish the tribes reservation. The US District, court for. For the District of Columbia found the Interior Department's two thousand eighteen decision. The tribe did not qualify under federal jurisdiction was arbitrary, capricious and contrary to law in a statement Chairman Cedric Cromwell said the court righted. What would have been a terrible injustice and committed to fight if necessary to ensure their land remains entrust as the interior department is ordered to reevaluate its decision. Minnesota Department of Health. Officials say they're increasing the amount of COVID, nineteen testing among people who have attended protests over the death of George Floyd Melissa Townsend reports. Thousands of people have been gathering together across Minnesota for nearly two weeks. Floyd was an African American man who died after a white police officer knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes. Health, officials say these gatherings put many at risk for contracting covid nineteen. Mario and is a at physician and head of the center of American Indian and minority health at the University of Minnesota Medical School in Duluth while I'm really fearful of impact. The protests are going to have on rising rates of Cova and I have to admit. I went down to one of them myself because they just felt like they needed to be there. And also just let African American people in particular. Know about the solitaire. But I do worry Minnesota's Commissioner of Health Jan. Malcolm says her department will step up testing. The coronavirus takes about a week to incubate so Malcolm is encouraging people to get tested about a week after they'd been at large gathering for national. Native News. I'm Melissa Townsend. The Canadian government has delayed its promised National Action Plan to tackle systemic racism, facing the country's indigenous people down carpet has more recently announced the delay in implementing the plan because of the covid nineteen pandemic, the plan followed last year's inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women and girls. That inquiry presented its final report in June, and it concluded that decades of systemic racism and human rights violations had contributed to hundreds of missing. Missing in murdered indigenous women and girls over the years, Sheila North is a former grand chief of northern Manitoba. She says she's disheartened. By the delay in the action plan against systemic racism, north also takes exception to comments made by at least one Canadian political leader that systemic racism does not exist in Canada as it does in the US I go meet that the mothers and the sisters and family members of the ones. Ones that have been taken a very very sensitive and touchy subject, and for people to be blatant, and to be so dismissive like that is just reminiscent of what they've been dealing with for many generations and very hurtful to here, and it's very concerning to know that this this kind of thinking still persistent Canada North says indigenous people make up just over four percent of the Canadian population, but more than twenty four percent. percent of the country's prison population. She says there are parallels in what's happening to black Americans and indigenous Canadians. Especially in their interactions with police, she says the biggest difference between the two countries is that the death of George? Floyd was caught on camera. She adds racially motivated. Incidents take place daily to Canada's indigenous people, but out of the public's eye for national native news. I'm Dan Kerpen. Chuck and Damian Tonio Gonzales.

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KQED Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"dan kerpen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Listening to NPR news in Washington. The big three tobacco companies in Canada have been given a temporary reprieve in a fifteen billion dollar lawsuit against them as Dan Kerpen. Check reports they've been granted creditor protection by anti-real court Rothmans Benson and hedges Imperial Tobacco and JTI McDonald lost their appeal of the multibillion dollar class action lawsuit in Quebec appeal court in early March in Ontario court is now stayed legal proceedings against all three companies until early April and executive for Rothmans Benson. And hedges says creditor protection could allow the company to resolve all pending Canadian litigation Peterloo Longo, the managing director says while the company, disputes liability. He's optimistic that an arrangement can be reached to resolve pending litigation and allow it to focus on the future. The Canadian Cancer Society says the companies are looking for a deal to avoid paying the bulk of the fifteen billion dollars. They were ordered to pay for NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter in Toronto. A day after declaring military victory. Us-backed Syrian fighters cleared explosives in by goes on Sunday, the forces also arrested a number of militants hiding in tunnels. The US led coalition said the clearing operations will continue until the area is secure Swiss police say one hiker has died and another has been injured following an avalanche high in the Alps in southwest, Switzerland. Four helicopter teams deployed rescue squads and found a thirty seven year old man dead after he got buried under five feet of snow two companions were able to extract the fourth hiker who had been buried under the snow all four were wearing specialized radios that can transmit the location of avalanche.

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KQED Radio

06:34 min | 2 years ago

"dan kerpen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"President Trump will hold a second summit with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN next month. But we'll also maintain economic sanctions Trump met with Pyongyang's top nuclear negotiator on Friday to set the date for sometime in late February the exact date and location have yet to be announced. The summit was agreed to even though there has been no indication of any narrowing of differences over US demands that North Korea abandon a nuclear weapons program and Pyongyang's demands for a lifting of punishing sanctions. You're listening to NPR news. News in Washington. A Toronto area. Man faces extradition to the US after an FBI investigation as Dan Kerpen. Check reports the man is accused of recruiting women from China to take part in an international prostitution ring. US authorities alleged that forty six year old Marc Chen heads up the criminal organization behind the prostitution ring. Washington wants China extradited to face charges in Oregon, the FBI alleges at the ring operated in the US, Canada and Australia Chen and five others were arrested this week by Toronto's human trafficking enforcement team and Toronto police have launched their own investigation into Chen's activities. US agents, say Chen's operation relied on middlemen who arranged dates between sex workers and customers. Computers used to coordinate. The dates log tens of thousands of phone calls from past customers for NPR news. Dan, carpenter can Toronto to Russian fighter jets collided. Friday during a training mission over the sea of Japan, leaving two crew members dead that defense minister. Said crews bailed out of the two issue thirty four jets with the search for a missing pilot, continuing and bad weather. The ministry said the jets were not carrying weapons the issue. Thirty four is a twin engine Strike Fighter the scene extensive use during Russia's campaign in Syria. Police in England have located and return to stolen penguins missing from a local zoo since November twenty three year old man has been arrested on suspicion of burglary and theft in the case, but police have not explained the motive for the unusual theft. The Humboldt penguins were found Wednesday on a residence in Nottingham one hundred thirty miles north of London. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include k bucks bound and support of the David Gilkey and zombie ulitimatum memorial fund established to strengthen NPR's commitment to training and protecting journalists in high risk environments and the Annie E Casey foundation. From NPR news. It's all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelley if you have spent any time at all following special counsel, Robert Muller's Russia investigation, you may know this. He doesn't talk his shop almost never says anything on the record. They do not weigh in on the avalanche of news reports. Dropping nearly every day about President Trump and Russia. Well, Muller's team broke that rule tonight with a one sentence statement shooting down a report by BuzzFeed news, a report headlined, President Trump directed his attorney Michael Cohen to lie to congress about the Moscow tower project. All right. We're going to walk through this step by step with our White House, correspondent tamra keys. Hey tam. Hello. So this BuzzFeed report blew up Washington today. Because if it is true, it would Mark the first known example of President Trump explicitly telling someone who works for him to lie. About his own dealings with Russia. Right. And not just lie, but lied to congress and Michael Cohen is already pleaded guilty to lying to congress about the Moscow tower project. But this BuzzFeed report connected the dots. And and said that they had evidence and sources, and and that that Muller's office had a whole bunch of documents and evidence that backed up this claim and not just the testimony of Michael Cohen who is pretty unreliable as a narrator having pled guilty to lying and having changed story a few times. Okay. So which part of this exactly is the molar camp knocking down. Well, let me just read you the statement from Peter car. He's the spokesperson for the special counsel's office. The nearly silent spokesman up until now the quotas buzzfeed's description of specific statements to the special counsel's office and characterization of documents and testimony obtained by. This office regarding Michael Cohen's? Congressional testimony are not accurate. And that's all we know. They're not saying what bits are not accurate, and whether the overall story is is holding up or not. Yeah, they they aren't and my guess is that the silence of the Muller team will resume and that we will be left to wonder whether they are just disputing aspects of the story or whether they are saying the the entire premise of the story is incorrect, I will insert in here. Buzzfeed says it is standing by its story there editor in chief been Smith has tweeted that in response to this statement from the special counsel. Spokesman he says we stand by our reporting and the sources who informed it and would they would like the Muller team to make clear what what exactly they're disputing Tim. What is the White House saying about all of this? So the president has has tweeted a lot. He hasn't actually tweeted his own words, but he has since this statement from from Muller's office came out, the president has re tweeted eight different times, various statements from people, including from the RNC chairwoman saying she said that the entire premise of this story which. Received bald wall coverage was based on evidence. The reporters admitted they never even saw not clear that that is accurate either. But also, Sarah Sanders, the White House press secretary earlier today before that report came out. Very much disputed disputed the BuzzFeed report. That's absolutely.

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"dan kerpen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"dan kerpen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Let the world slip into chaos and must guide it on the road to peace Macron's. Visit to Berlin comes a week after he and German Chancellor Angela Merkel took center stage in Paris with commemorations marking the hundredth anniversary of the ending of World War One those commemorations highlighted how France and Germany once bitter enemies reconcile to form the basis for a United Europe as President Trump has pulled the US back from its multilateral engagements Macron has been pushing for greater European leadership on the world stage in trade security and the fight against climate change. Eleanor Beardsley NPR news, Paris, pro Brexit, members of British Prime Minister Theresa May's cabinet or giving her an ultimatum get a better divorce agreement with the European Union or be forced out of office. But as NPR's Frank Langfitt reports from London says getting rid of her won't make getting a deal and easier cabinet members say may needs to push for a deal that doesn't force the United Kingdom to submit to EU customs regulations with no end in sight. Dominic Robb who resigned is May's Brexit secretary last week told the BBC the Brussels was bullying the UK. Meanwhile, may told Britain's Sky News there were still weren't enough. Members of parliament inner conservative party who had formerly written to oppose to trigger. No confidence vote and the dumping wouldn't solve anything. The Brexit withdrawal agreement has been criticized from all sides, but no UK official has proposed. Another plan the U is likely to endorse at the moment. Frank Langfitt, NPR news, London. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he's trying to prevent his government from collapsing. But most of his political partners are calling for new elections as NPR's Daniel estrin reports from Jerusalem, the political crisis began when Israel's defense minister step down last week protesting a ceasefire with militants in Gaza after a round of violence. The defense minister wanted a stronger response that left Netanyahu with a very narrow majority in parliament most of the political parties in Tanya whose coalition said that would make it hard to. Govern and they've called for early elections. And his cabinet meeting Netanyahu said it is a quote sensitive time for Israel's security, and it would be wrong to have elections. Now. A vote is expected in a few days on whether to dissolve the government, Daniel estrin NPR news Jerusalem. Volunteers continue searching for the remains of victims of a devastating northern California wildfire before rains forecast this week complicate their efforts the remains of seventy seven people have been found so far with hundreds more still missing. This is NPR news. Rotating walkouts by Canada's fifty thousand postal workers will continue as Dan Kerpen. Jack reports the union has rejected the latest contract offer union leaders say the latest offer from Canada Post fails to address core issues, including health and safety and equality. One union official says that offer was not even worth putting to the members for a vote. There is already a backlog with more than one and a half million pieces of undelivered mail as well as thousands of parcels and after almost three weeks of rotating strikes across the country. There are fears that black Friday and Christmas deliveries could be affected. The federal minister of labour has been in contact with both sides, prime minister Justin Trudeau says his government believes in collective bargaining but adds that all options are on the table for NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter can Toronto just south of San Diego. Hundreds of Tijuana residents gathered on Sunday, the protests, the thousands of Central American migrants who are arriving the caravan in hopes of seeking asylum in the US. Tensions of billed as nearly three thousand migrants. From the caravan poured into Tijuana in recent days after more than a month on the road. Some of the protesters accusing the migrants of being messy ungrateful and the danger to Tijuana US border inspectors, meanwhile, or processing only about one hundred asylum claims per day at Tijuana's main crossing to San Diego, astronauts aboard the international space station are awaiting a resupply ship that launched over the weekend from Wallops island Virginia, the cygnus cargo spacecraft is due to be grabbed by a robotic arm. Just before six AM eastern this morning. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the size SIMS foundation since nineteen eighty five supporting advances in science education and the arts towards a better more just society. More information is available at sei SIMS foundation dot org..

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KQED Radio

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"dan kerpen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"News. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. President Trump says the federal government is investigating the seven suspicious packages sent this week to democratic leaders billionaire philanthropist, George Soros and the New York offices have CNN Trump was at a campaign rally in Wisconsin last night. He says politicians need to start comparing opponents to historical villains. There's much we can do to bring our nation together. For example, those engaged in the political arena must stop treating political opponents as being morally defective last week. Trump praised a Montana congressman who attacked a journalist last year as his guy in last night's remarks. Trump insisted the media must set a civil tone, stop endless hostility, and quote Foltz attacks and stories one of the pipe bomb. Packages was addressed to former CIA director John Brennan, although it was delivered to CNN. N Brennan does not work for the news outlet. He has frequently criticized the president for offensive language and decisions he thinks hurt the United States, if I and others are being targeted because we're speaking out, and we're living up to our responsibilities as citizens, I think again is a very fortunate turn of events law enforcement officials say the pipe bomb packages have all been sent to an FBI laboratory for analysis. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is looking at ways to cancel a multibillion dollar arms deal with Saudi Arabia. This follows the death of Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi, gene. Dan, Kerpen Chuck has more Canada has a fifteen billion dollar deal to sell light armored vehicles to Saudi Arabia Trudeau says his government is looking for ways to get out of the contract without paying penalties. One possibility is for Ottawa to suspend export permits something it has done in the past. Dan, carpenter shock in Toronto. The joint typhoon warning center says one of the years. Most powerful cyclones has passed over the Mariana Islands a U S territory in the Pacific Ocean..

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"dan kerpen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"dan kerpen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is WNYC ninety three point nine FM HD. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. President Trump says the federal government is investigating the seven suspicious packages sent this week to democratic leaders billionaire philanthropist, George Soros and the New York offices of CNN Trump was at a campaign rally in Wisconsin last night. He says politicians need to start comparing opponents to historical villains. There's much we can do to bring our nation together. For example, those engaged in the political arena must stop treating political opponents as being morally defective last week. Trump praised a Montana congressman who attacked a journalist last year as his guy in last night's remarks. Trump insisted the media must set a civil tone, stop endless hostility and quote, false attacks and stories one of the pipe bomb. Packages was addressed to former CIA director John Brennan. Although it was. Delivered to CNN Brennan does not work for the news outlet. He has frequently criticized the president for offensive language and decisions he thinks hurt the United States if I and others are being targeted because we're speaking out, and we're living up to responsibilities as citizens. I think that's again as a very unfortunate tournament, this law enforcement officials say the pipe bomb packages have all been sent to an FBI laboratory for analysis. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is looking at ways to cancel a multibillion dollar arms deal with Saudi Arabia. This follows the death of Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi. Dan, Kerpen Chuck has more Canada has a fifteen billion dollar deal to sell light armored vehicles to Saudi Arabia Trudeau says his government is looking for ways to get out of the contract without paying penalties. One possibility is for auto water suspend export permits something it has done in the past. Dan, carpenter shock in Toronto. The joint typhoon warning center. Says one of the year's most powerful cyclones has passed over the Mariana Islands, a U, S territory and the Pacific Ocean..

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"dan kerpen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"dan kerpen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ugh. Our will be the usual political news roundup and then at ten o'clock the discussion of California's Proposition seven which would allow the state legislature to adopt daylight saving time year round. Meaning we went spring forward and fall back like we're going to do in a couple of weeks. San Francisco kqei north Highland Sacramento. Midnight in Saudi Arabia, a powerful prince is shaking things up when it comes to coverage of Saudi Arabia. In fact, most of the Middle East reform is always on the horizon from WNYC in New York. This is on the media. I'm Brooke Gladstone an argument over what constitutes identities renewed native communities say a DNA test does not make you one of them their voices. Don't seem to matter who we are as people in ourselves is not important. We are only tokens that help most Americans feel comfortable in the land. That's been stolen. But when the lake ac- of slavery has Sean you entirely of your roof DNA can be a marker and a consolation if you know, nothing at all the ability to even be able to get a genetic inference filling in a lot of information talk coming up after this. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk Ottawa is being urged a ban. China's state run. Telecommunications giant from taking part in developing Canada's next generation wireless network is Dan Kerpen. Jack reports a former defense minister sites, espionage and security concerns. Former defence minister Peter MacKay says being a state run company while we could potentially be ordered to use its equipment to spy or even to disabled devices and infrastructure in Canada while way is the world's biggest telecommunications equipment manufacturer and a leading smartphone maker earlier this month. Two US senators also urged prime minister Justin Trudeau to ban while away from Canada's wireless networks, Dan carpet. Jack reporting Jordan says it will not renew Israeli Lisa's onto tracks of land between the neighboring countries which are part of a nineteen Ninety-four peace agreement as NPR's Jane Arraf reports Jourdain's king. Abdullah says he now wants. Full sovereignty. Jordan state news agency, quoted king of della saying he had decided it was in the best interests of Jordanians to end the lease agreement. The two areas held Cora and alpha. Mer our few square miles of agricultural land used buys rarely farmers. The lease agreement expires in less than a week and Jordanian members of parliament as well. As protesters have urged the king not to renew it. Some have also called for Jordan to scrap the entire peace treaty. Jordan, though has made clear it is committed to the peace agreement with Israel. Jane, Arraf, NPR news, AMAN, Jordan. Leaders in Iraq have signed onto a lucrative arrangement with General Electric and the German company Siemens to develop Iraq's power infrastructure. NPR's Shannon, vents reports the tentative agreement comes after intense international maneuvering Siemens had been the front runner for a reported fifteen billion dollar deal with Iraq to supply the country with power generation equipment. But after pressure from the Trump administration Iraq's government may give some of the work to US-based GE. According to Bloomberg news than the financial times. US officials warned Iraq's prime minister not to move forward with seamen's. And that if he did so US Iraq relations would be at risk alongside the GED deal. The US has also reportedly signed a broader agreement to help Iraq build out its energy sector and make the country energy, independent, Shannon. Vincent, NPR news, Washington. In a sign of growing pressure on Saudi Arabia. Turkey says it will announce details of its investigation into the. Killing of journalist Jamal kashogi on Tuesday Turkey's, president vowing to go into detail about the killing Saudi Arabia contends he was killed in a fistfight. But pro government media and Turkey have reported a different narrative saying Saudi hit squad. A fifteen people traveled to Turkey to kill the columnist for the Washington Post before leaving the country hours later in private jets. This is NPR news. President Trump continued to blast the independent Federal Reserve for raising interest rates this past week. But a Steve Bucknor reports fed policymakers give no indication they will bend to the pressure in past administrations. Most fed criticism came from cabinet members. But Trump himself has bashed the central Bank, though, it's led by his nominee Jerome Powell this week Trump called the fed his biggest threat for raising rates too fast. He had previously called the fed crazy and far too stringent. But when fed policymakers raise rates last month for the third time this year, they planned further gradual increases, former chairman Alan Greenspan says fed officials should quote put air muffs on. And just don't listen Powell seems inclined to take that advice saying they don't consider political factors in judging. What's best for the economy.

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"dan kerpen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"dan kerpen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk president. Trump says the US is asking Turkey for audio and video relating to a missing Saudi journalist Trump confirmed it during a brief A with reporters. Intelligence at the church. We have as for it. If it exists best. We've asked for if it exists the president on Wednesday repeated that Saudi Arabia as a major ally. Knowning also is an important customer for US military experts in the inner in an interview with the Associated Press on Tuesday. Trump warned against a rush to judgment comparing condemnation of Saudi Arabia to the allegations of sexual misconduct against supreme court Justice Brad Kavanagh as many Canadian celebrated the first full day of legal recreational marijuana. Several issues emerged as Dan Kerpen. Jack reports the day was marked by long lines and heavy online traffic for cannabis as many had predicted some retail outlets were faced with customers lining up in government operated websites were either slow or crashed because of the demand in British Columbia. Some popular strains of marijuana quickly sold out in Ontario, the government run website handled nearly forty thousand orders since it was launched some sites getting more than one hundred orders a minute. It's now legal for adults nineteen and older to possess grow in use. Small amounts of recreational cannabis speaking in Ottawa prime minister Justin Trudeau said the prohibition of marijuana has not worked in Canada. But the government acknowledges there is still much to do on regulations for edibles and the approval of more drug detecting devices for NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter concerto. Early voting has begun in Tennessee where people will be selecting a governor and the US Senator Serio Martinez BELTRAN of member station. W P L N says the stakes are high since Democrats. See this race has one of their best chances to flip a Senate seat Republican Marsha Blackburn and democrat feel Renison I running for an open seat in a close race that has been classified as the most expensive one in the history of the state window Bolton cast his ballot Eddie national library. A farmer. He says he thinks about how the decisions made in Washington directly affect tennesseans. I just want people who won makes sense and to keep their word if they can do those two things that can make a good choice. The governor's race is not as close. With democrat Carl dean trailing far behind Republican leap Republicans are expected to hold onto their big majority in the state legislature for NPR news. I'm said he'll Martinez in Nashville stocks ended slightly lower on Wednesday trading remained choppy with sharp drops for IBM and other technology stocks. The Dow Jones industrial average gave up ninety one points after being down as much as three hundred nineteen earlier the NASDAQ composite slipped two points, the s&p five hundred index fell less than one point. This is NPR news from news. I'm Tara Siler. The California Supreme Court today. Rejected a conservation. Groups lawsuit that sought to drain the hetch hetchy. Reservoir. Anna customer reports the Berkeley based conservation group. Restore hetch hetchy sued to remove a century old dam and restore the valley to its natural splendor the reservoir and Yosemite park provides water to two and a half million people in the bay area. A state court ruled against them in July. They appealed and that appeal was just rejected San Francisco city. Attorney spokesman John Koh says the court made the right choice. This lawsuit was misguided. From the start in California needs right now is to jeopardize source of Christine drinking water for millions of residents. Restore hetch hetchy executive director spread rosecrans says he's profoundly disappointed and plans to take the case to the US supreme court. I'm Ana customer Dini's. Mayor Linden breed is.

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KQED Radio

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"dan kerpen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"An interview. President Trump criticized the criticism of Saudi Arabia, comparing allegations against the kingdom to sexual assault allegations against supreme court Justice, Brad Kavanagh. Trump says cavenaugh is innocent the Taliban have claimed responsibility for a bombing in Helmand province that killed a parliamentary candidate three days before the election. Jennifer glass reports from Kabul, the bomb was placed in the officer Abdul Jabbar Carmen, Lashkargah the capital of Helmand province in southern Afghanistan. The Taliban control much of the province and say they killed the parliamentary candidate on the last day of campaigning AFC. Gan president Ashraf Ghani called carmont martyr and brave son of the country. He has at least the tenth candidate killed in the run-up to parliamentary elections scheduled for Saturday, the Taliban and Islamic state have vowed to disrupt the vote and Colin Afghans to boycott it distribution centers election workers and polling sites have all been attacked with more than two hundred seventy people killed or wounded for NPR news. I'm Jennifer glass in Kabul. Officials in Canada's say they'll move forward with a plan to pardon Canadians, convicted of simple pot possession charges as Dan Kerpen. Chuck reports the move coincides with the legalization of recreational marijuana which came into effect today. The government will issue pardons, not an amnesty or the experiment of records. The pardons will apply to anyone charged with thirty grams or less of marijuana. The main cabinet ministers on the candidates file public safety Justice health and border security will lay out the plan in broad terms. At a news conference in Ottawa sources say the pardons won't be granted right away. And there will be several options that. Could be used a facilitate the process one is to have people fill out a form to qualify. Prime minister Justin Trudeau had promised to address the pardon issue as soon as legalization of recreational marijuana came into force. It's estimated that hundreds of thousands of Canadians carry possession charges on their records for NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter in Toronto. On Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrial average is down two hundred eighty four points or more than one percent. You're listening to NPR news from Washington from K Q E D news in San Francisco. I'm Brian watt. PGE says it has restored all power to the San Francisco Bay area, the utility on Sunday cut electricity in some areas, including Napa and Sonoma counties due to the risk of wildfires. The outages affected about fifty nine thousand customers in the San Francisco housing authority has a shortfall of about twenty five million dollars. He Eric Aguilar reports San Francisco officials say. Deficit is due to an accounting error, the housing authority thought it had lots of money. And so they spent it on homeless housing projects before realizing it made a mistake. The twenty five million is needed to pay rent to landlords with section eight tenants in the short term, San Francisco and federal HUD officials say they'll come up with a plan to cover those programs, but in the long term mayor London breed says something's got to change. I mean for many years, I've lived there for over twenty.

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04:50 min | 3 years ago

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"On ability for an mountaineer shears what it feels like to stand atop the highest mountain in the world that and more coming up on my team USA McCain of Horsa, stay with us. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk catastrophic flooding from what's now tropical depression, Florence spread across the Carolinas on Sunday as tens of thousands of residents were ordered evacuated from communities along five of the state's steadily rising rivers. Mike sprayberry's director of emergency management in North Carolina. We've rescued over I think we rescued over nine hundred folks at this time. And so as the tropical depression continues to move west and dump high levels of precipitation into our rivers. We know that they're gonna be folks that are going to be continued to need to be evacuated muddy river water has been swamping entire neighborhoods miles inland from where Florence made landfall. The storm's death toll climbed seventeen on Sunday residents. Meanwhile, returning home in three towns north of Boston that saw fires and explosions late last week from over pressurized. Natural gas from member station. W GBH Maggie penman reports in Lawrence, Massachusetts, people are trying to get back to life as usual cleaning out fridges where food has spoiled after days without power talking to neighbors letting their kids play outside, but as resident jeans on says, the isn't easy to shake. It's just like do we wanna have gas anymore? You know, everything is my gas stove, you know, gas hot water tank like, yeah. It's very scary Zahn in her son noticed a gas mill in their home just moments before an explosion around the corner. Killed an eighteen year old boy officials are still working to determine the exact cause of the excess natural gas and subsequent explosions. Frontier news, I'm Maggie penman in Boston. The Hungarian parliament is set to decide how it will respond to European Union actions against the country. Teri Schultz reports you lawmakers have voted to sanction Budapest for failing to uphold the rule of law. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's says there will be a serious legal debate in the national parliament. As to what steps it should take to challenge. The European Parliament's ruling last week's vote by the European parliament to invoke the so-called article seven was the first time the mechanisms been used against a member country. It could lead to Hungary being stripped of it's e you voting rights Orban's says the e u decision was all about migration and his opposition to letting more asylum-seekers into Europe. One of his most controversial moves was criminalizing all assistance to undocumented migrants. You leaders will debate the next step regarding Hungary at a summit the end of this week were or bond himself will be present. For NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz. In brussels. A ten year veteran of the US border patrol is being held onto and a half million dollars bond accused of killing at least four people and injuring a fifth who escaped thirty five year old one David Ortiz was arrested Saturday after one investigators are portraying ten day string of violence against women believed to be prostitutes. You're listening to NPR news. News in Washington. Police in Barcelona intervened Sunday to keep a group of Catalan separatists away from a March supporting more teaching Spanish and local schools and the greater cause of Spanish unity. There were no reported incidents of violence. Both Spanish and Catalan or spoken by the seven point five million residents in the bilingual region. The Toronto film festival is wrapped up and as Dan Kerpen. Jack reports there were some surprise award wins during the eleven day movie marathon, one of the biggest surprises was Peter Farrelly's Greenville starring Meyer. Shallow Ali in Vigo Mortenson the road trip comedy drama beat out some big titles to take the people's choice award the movie made its world premiere at the Toronto festival and received critical acclaim as it gained momentum. The people's choice. Award is often an indicator of Oscar success several winners in the past went on to take best picture such as twelve years, a slave, the king speech and Slumdog millionaire other films. Getting hype include a star is born directed by Bradley Cooper and Roma by funds. Oh quad on. And women were highlighted this year more than a third of the three hundred and forty two films screened at the festival were directed or co directed by women for NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter. Check into Rondo an observatory in the mountains of southern New Mexico that had been closed since early September. Because of an undisclosed security concern is set to reopen later today, the group of universities that runs the possibility put out a statement saying it can't talk about what happened because it quote would alert the suspect and impede the law enforcement investigation. The association has hired a temporary security team to patrol the observatory..

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"dan kerpen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Often in cars don't drive across. Standing or moving water utility crews are working to restore electricity to the hundreds of thousands of customers who lost power Windsor. Johnston. NPR news a series of home explosions and fires in Massachusetts that killed one person and injured ten others may have been caused by too much pressure in a natural gas pipeline National Transportation Safety board chairman Robert some all telling reporters on Saturday. The over pressure was monitored at a Columbia gas pipeline control center in Ohio. There's a control room where the pipeline controller is for this pipeline. And there was a pressure increase noted at his console certainly we will interview that pipeline controller and some wild says the company's response to the over pressure will be a key part of the investigation. He also says a final report on what happened could they up to two years to complete after slamming into the northern part of the Philippines, leaving at least twenty five people dead. A powerful typhoon is now heading. For heavily populated south western China and Hong Kong lies in its path. The BBC's Alina Jenkins reports the storm still poses a major threat. It's being the biggest storm with the year so far and after battering the north of the Philippines with destructive winds and around six hundred millimeters of rain Typhon Mangat now has his eyes set on south west China. It looks likely to make landfall early Sunday evening local time to the southwest of Hong Kong and Macau with winds in excess of one hundred and thirty kilometers an hour. The storm will weaken as it moves inland. But as ever with these storms, even though the winds will ease they'll be farther torrential rain over the coming days for Guangdong province an area, which is already seen severe flooding in recent weeks, the BBC's Alina Jenkins reporting a man has died after being attacked by a shark off Cape Cod in Massachusetts, the twenty six year old man was taken to Cape Cod hospital in Hyannis where he was pronounced dead. The last fatal shark attack off the coast of Massachusetts was back in nineteen thirty six. This is NPR news. Cannabis companies in Canada are on a hiring spree ahead of next month's legalization of recreational marijuana. But as Dan Kerpen, Jack reports, many Canadians who work in the industry fear being denied entry to the US. The worries come in the wake of a US website, which is reporting that American border officials will continue to enforce travel. Rules, relating to the drug that could mean anyone who works in the cannabis industry or invest in. It could face a lifetime travel ban, some travelers from other countries as well as from western Canada who have invested in cannabis have already been denied entry cannabis advocates and lawyers are warning that pot investors even in publicly traded companies could raise red flags with border officials the fears are also being reflected in the stock market where two of the biggest part company saw their shares fall by nine and fourteen percent for NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter into Rondo Israel attacked Damascus international airport with missiles Saturday night, according to Syrian state media. And the Britain based Syrian observatory for human rights said the attack targetted an arms depot near the airport where new weapons recently arrived the monitoring group had no immediate word on casualties. The Trump administration will send a message to all US cell phones on Thursday testing previously unused alert system that aims to warn the public about national emergencies. The messages will bear the headline presidential alert and cell phone users will not be able to opt out the text message is scheduled for two eighteen PM eastern daylight time on Thursday..

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"What an honor to be here, and a. Part of this Celebration of Queen of soul We love we love Aretha Franklin Aretha Franklin, died on August sixteenth at the age of seventy six from. Type of pancreatic cancer Canada's foreign affairs minister says it's time for some high level decisions on the future of a free trade agreement for North, America as. Dan Kerpen Chuck reports the minister's comments came as u s and Canadian negotiators raced to reach an agreement. On a trade deal Christa Freeland says intense bargaining by negotiating teams has reached the point where some concrete calls have to be made free. Linden US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer held meetings into Thursday night to find. Areas of common ground, she called their. Talks constructive and productive adding that the two sides have moved into a very intense rhythm of negotiations in preparing issues for some high level decisions, talks resumed Friday morning at least two major sticking points still, need to be addressed opening Canada's dairy sector and. A dispute resolution mechanism President Trump is threatened tariffs. On Canada's auto sector if there is no agreement by the, end of the week For NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter interro you're listening to NPR news from Washington President. Trump is seeking to cancel a scheduled. Pay, increase next, year for federal workers he sent a letter to house. Speaker Paul Ryan saying the federal budget cannot sustain the increases at two point one percent members. Of the military are still expected to receive their salary increase of two point six percent critics say the president increase the US deficit by, supporting, the big tax increase and by boosting federal, spending prison officials in Arkansas Ohio and Pennsylvania. Are investigating illnesses related smuggle drugs Pennsylvania put its prisons on lockdown after twenty nine employees were sickened in recent weeks from member station w. e. s. a. on Lee hearing has more the. Jug in, Pennsylvania and Arkansas, appears to be k. to a synthetic cannabis Pennsylvania corrections secretary John Wetzel says it's. A clear odorless liquid that entered prisons on papers and books in the. Mail the notion of. Something that's difficult to detect coming in And even like drug test don't keep up with some of this stuff. This is one of the more difficult challenges that I can certainly think of Wetzel says staff members have difficulty breathing and sometimes break out, in, rashes or faints when they simply touch the, substance inmates meanwhile have violent reactions when they. Ingest the drug for NPR news I'm only herring and Pittsburgh officials in New Mexico say at least seven people have been killed in a bus crash on interstate forty near the border with. Arizona police, say their initial, information shows that a tractor trailer blue tire sending the truck across the median and. Into oncoming traffic I'm korva Coleman NPR news in Washington Support for NPR comes from t. Rowe price offering a strategic, investing approach for their clients investment and retirement goals, institutions advisers, employers and individuals choose t. Rowe price for over eighty. Years t. Rowe. Price invest with confidence On Friday. Mornings morning, edition in the upcoming segment Rachel Martin is going to talk with Mark, Salter, Salter worked with Late Senator John McCain for three decades as a, speech writer biographer. And chief of staff.

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02:14 min | 3 years ago

"dan kerpen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Summit he's gone from it will be easy to denuclearize to it might take a while it might take several meetings this is just to getting to know you session he was asking canada how will he know if the north koreans are serious about denuclearizing he said he would know it very very quickly npr's mara liasson reporting canadian political leaders from all parties are denouncing the trump administration's unprecedented attacks against prime minister justin trudeau as dan kerpen jack reports that support is even coming from some of trudeau's toughest critics the leader of the federal conservative party in the newly elected conservative premier of ontario say they stand with trudeau as he tries to head off an all out trade war and former prime minister stephen harper questions trump's obsession with trade relations with canada in the wake of the g seven trump unleash twitter attacks against trudeau calling him dishonest and week his top economic advisors piled on one saying he made the president look weak ahead of the singapore meeting while another said there was a special place in hell for trudeau support for trudeau is coming from senator john mccain fbi director james komi as well as european members of the g seven trudeau himself has refrained from the rhetoric saying only that he supports the g seven communique for npr news i'm dan carpenter in toronto washington state officials protested this weekend outside of a federal prison where over eighty undocumented immigrant mothers were separated from their children at the us mexico border casey martin of member station k u o w reports congresswoman pramilla giant paul went inside the federal detention center in seatac to meet with mothers from sixteen different countries some of the women told john paul that they heard their children's screaming as they were taken away and they haven't been told where they are now john paul says the families made great sacrifices to come to the us one mother salvador had to leave her her son who was blind behind but she just wanted to try and get at least one of them to safety because they had been under threat of violence from gangs attorney general jeff sessions says it's necessary to separate families who come into the us illegally the northwest immigrant rights project is working to get the detainees legal assistance for npr news i'm casey martin in seattle the head of the.

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NPR News Now

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"dan kerpen" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Support for planet money and the following message come from i shares because the best preparation for tomorrow is building for your future today i shares by black rock inspired to build live from npr news in washington i'm jim hawk president trump welcome back in american man who had been held in a venezuelan prison for two years after his release on saturday npr's asia rasco has more on the white house welcome president trump met with utah missionary josh holt in his family in the oval office shortly after his return to the united states holt had been detained in venezuela on weapons charges since twenty sixteen trump called hosts detainment a tough situation you've gone through a lot gun to a lot more than most people couldn't do trump says seventeen americans who are being held abroad have come home since he became president he says his administration is in negotiations now to free more americans aisha roscoe npr news south korea's president moon jae and says north korean ruler kim jong un still hopes for talks with the us jason strider in seoul says the to lead leaders met during an unexpected summit this weekend inside the demilitarized zone president moon says him and kim jong hoon reaffirmed their hope for talks between the us and north korea he said during a press conference held a day after his prize summit with kim that the north korean ruler is still committed to denuclearizing the entire peninsula moon says he's urging the north and the us to hold workinglevel talks to build trust ahead of a potential summit between trump and kim jason struther reporting from seoul the canadian government is being advised to push back against washington if nafta negotiations fail and president trump takes it out on trade with canada as dan kerpen check reports the advice is coming from members of canada's advisory panel on nafta rona ambrose is a member of canada's cross party nafta panel she says there were concerns that if a deal doesn't happen president trump could target canadian industries such as dairy wine in the auto sector ambrose says if trump can't make good on his pledge to bring back.

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

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"Video and blew up into a major embarrassment for the coffee company the new guidance applies to all eight thousand cafes operated by seattle based starbucks in the us on may twenty ninth starbucks plans to close all of its cafes for the afternoon so that workers can attend antibias training for npr news i'm tom banzi in seattle a year after president trump spoke to graduating seniors virginia's conservative christian liberty university it was former president jimmy carter's turn on saturday carter joked about what he says liberty president jerry falwell junior told him about the crowd size jerry told me i hate to say this that it was last year a lot of credit problem bit that are not to bid carter is the third us president and the first democrat liberty has hosted four commencement this is npr news there's been a let up in the heavy rains causing widespread flooding and southern british columbia but as dan kerpen junk reports new flood warnings are going up in some areas dozens of communities from the fraser valley to the elbert a border have been affected by the flooding one region already coping with thousands of evacuations is expecting another inch and a half of rain over the weekend the heavy rains and snow melt from soaring temperatures of swollen rivers to historic levels on thursday about three hundred soldiers from alberta were deployed in the region in response to a request from british columbia for federal aid about forty five hundred people have been forced to leave their homes another seven thousand are on standby alert officials expect the rivers to peak sometime saturday they're also concerns that eroded riverbanks could collapse as the waters recede for npr news i'm dan carpenter a gas leak caused an explosion and a brief fire at a chemical plant near houston resulting nonlife threatening injuries to nearly two dozen workers gas was.

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"Thing in the proper resources you can have a bench like of occurred elsewhere in the united states where deteriorates into civil disorder keenan says he's been in the business for more than thirty years and called saturday's rally a success law enforcement officials reported no injuries or damage property as a result of the rally and counter protests for npr news i'm ross terrell in atlanta the international monetary fund's policymaking committee said saturday that a strong world economy is threatened by increasing tension over trade and heavy debt burden the imf says the world's debt load has ballooned to a record one hundred sixty four trillion dollars in a statement at the end of three days of meetings the lending agency urged countries to take advantage of the broadest based economic expansion in a decade to cut government debt and to enact reforms that will make their economies more efficient the imf expecting the world economy to grow three point nine percent this year and next this is npr news a french nun who died this week at the age of one hundred three is being remembered as a war hero in canada as dan kerpen check reports she stood up for wounded canadian soldiers during world war two's illfated raid on yup agnes believe ottawa was nicknamed the angel of the app for defying the germans intriguing wounded canadians on the french beach more than six thousand soldiers most of them canadian took part in the disastrous raid within hours more than half had either been killed wounded or captured the germans had ordered her to treat their wounded i but val watt tweeted those who are most in need regardless of nation or rank she cared for hundreds of wounded canadians she was awarded canada's meritorious service medal and in two thousand twelve the city of windsor home of one of the units that fought at the app presented her with the key to the city for npr news i'm dan carpenter into ronco syracuse university has permanently expelled a fraternity over an offensive video that fraternity members say was intended to satire the fraternity apologized for the video.

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"dan kerpen" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Cosby on sexual assault charges has wrapped up a second week of testimony after jurors heard from his main accuser cosby's defense team plan to smear her reputation by alleging illegal drug use but as bobby allen of member station whyy reports they were stymied accuser andrea constant has testified that she only took the pills cosby offered her at his home in two thousand and four because she thought they were herbal she's testified that she lives a holistic drug free lifestyle cosby's lawyer tom mezro wanted to call a witness who had testified that constant was quote addicted to hallucinogenic mushrooms but the judge wouldn't allow it saying the drugs that constant may have taken in the past are not relevant the debate played out in open court but not in front of the jury the defense will call it's final witnesses monday before the jury starts deliberating last year a different jury deadlocked causing a mistrial for npr news i'm bobby allen in philadelphia former first lady barbara bush has been laid to rest at her husband's presidential library in texas about fifteen hundred people attended a funeral saturday and houston for the wife of former president george hw bush she was buried in a gated plot at texas am university and college station this is npr news toys r us filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy in september and officials will now begin auctioning off parts of the company on monday the company is liquidating american and uk operations while trying to remain open in europe and asia dan kerpen jack reports a financial holding company has made an offer on the canadian operations according to court papers canada's fairfax financial has taken on the role of a stalking horse ahead of the court approved auction that set for monday in new york fairfax offered three hundred million dollars but could still be outbid if others come in higher the offer is already higher than the two hundred and fifteen million made by isaac larry and in several other investors last week larry in his also offered six hundred seventy five million dollars for the two hundred seventy four stores in the us fairfax's a holding company that specializes in insurance and investment and has a reputation for investing in companies that believes are undervalued such as canada's high tech giant blackberry for npr news i'm dan carpenter shot in toronto.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

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"dan kerpen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of ending the practices the policies generally refer to the release of unauthorized immigrants while they await immigration hearings instead of keeping them in custody a bus carrying members of a junior hockey team in saskatchewan has been involved in a collision with a transport truck as dan kerpen chuck reports police say there are multiple fatalities police would not confirm the number of dead and injured the collision involved the humboldt broncos team bus in according to the team president family members are anxiously waiting to hear whether their relatives are among the dead and injured emergency services dispatch three era ambulance helicopters to the scene the bus was apparently tboned by the transport truck on a regional highway while on route to nip one for a game more than one hundred people including parents and grandparents of some of the players have gathered in a church and nipah one waiting for more information the humboldt broncos are part of this catch you in junior hockey league with players between sixteen and twenty one says gotcha wins premier scott most in a facebook post that words cannot describe the loss felt for npr news i'm dan carpenter back into patrick read shot a six under par sixty six to surge to a thirty six hole total of nine and the two shot lead after the second round of play at the masters tournament in augusta georgia australia and mark leash ben is alone in second place fourtime masters champion tiger woods finished thirteen shots behind the leader but at least he made the cut i'm jim hawk npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include the alfred piece loan foundation supporting stories of women in science such as margo lee shutter lease hidden figures and the new documentary bombshell the hetty lamar story more as sloan dot org wnyc independent journalism in the public interest ninety three point nine fm and am eight twenty npr news and the new york conversation.

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