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04:10 min | 9 months ago

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"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly Authorities in Texas say 19 children were among 21 people killed at an elementary school and Yuval yesterday after a man walked into the school and started shooting At least one of the adults killed was a teacher at rob elementary school NPR's Ashley Lopez says the gunman was killed after officers arrived at the scene The gunman is reported to be a young man 18 years old According to state officials he lived and Yuval di and attended the local high school One of the other pieces of information we heard yesterday about the shooter is that he allegedly shot his grandmother before he entered the school and local officials have also said he appears to have acted alone You've all day is about 85 miles west of San Antonio Georgia's governor and Secretary of State won their Republican primaries yesterday defeating candidates backed by former president Donald Trump NPR's child Snyder reports The former president had sought to unseat Republican governor Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad raffensperger over their refusal to help lock the results of the 2020 election in Georgia but Trump's candidates failed camp will face Democrat Stacey Abrams as fall and raffensperger as advancing Georgia voters did however choose the Trump backed former football star Herschel Walker The challenging combat democratic senator Raphael Warnock In Arkansas former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders won the Republican gubernatorial nomination In the it's WNYC in New York at 6 32 Wednesday May 25th 56 and partly sunny out there this morning mostly sunny today in a high near 72 We have delays this morning on the a two and 5 trains in the city and NJ transit's main Bergen county line In the news the MTA's new head of trans and Richard Davy says he's revamping a program that began during his popular predecessor Andy byford's time doubly NYC Steven Nelson reports on the effort to improve subway stations When byford started at the MTA in 2018 he created a new role the group station manager it put one person in charge of a handful of stations gave them a budget and the authority to choose what projects they needed to improve their stations You may have seen posters at your local station with the face and email of your local group station manager The MTA says the program never went away but Davy plans to revitalize it meeting with the managers once a month This comes as the MTA is trying to bring writers back and while it attempts to address a homeless and mental health crisis that is converged on the subway as well as several fatal shootings in the transit system this year Mayor Eric Adams is urging state lawmakers to pass legislation that could convert thousands of public housing units in the city to section 8 housing That means private landlords would lease the units instead of the government supporters say the plan would help the New York housing authority access billions of dollars in new funding to make desperately needed repairs to buildings but the planets raising fears for many nitro tenants and housing advocates they say it could threaten the protections residents now enjoy Marquise Jenkins cofounded residents to preserve public housing In other words there will be no more public housing than New York City If this plan goes through the bill would create a trust that could then raise more money from private investors The New York City health department is investigating a community cluster of legionnaires disease in The Bronx ten cases now confirmed to the severe form of pneumonia in the hybrid neighborhood up from four cases last week The infection spreads when a person inhales vapor containing the bacteria typically from stagnant water cooling towers are a common source this time of year as central AC units kick on for the summer Mostly sunny a high near 72 today cooling in deny mostly cloudy tomorrow a high near 71 Once again 56 in partly sunny at 6 34 Support for NPR comes from member.

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02:01 min | 1 year ago

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"Putin responds with his own warning for Biden The Census Bureau will soon have its first Latino leader but an NPR analysis reveals a lack of diversity in the agency responsible for tracking demographics And some parents struggle to get kids tested for COVID before school resumes it's December 31st gymnast Gabby Douglas turns 26 happy New Year's Eve First the news Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly The White House says President Biden urged Russian president Vladimir Putin to deescalate tensions with Ukraine when the two spoke by phone yesterday NPR's Dave miss ditch says Russian troop buildups in areas near the border have raised concerns about plans for a Russian invasion of its neighbor A senior White House official described the tone of the talks between Biden and Putin as serious and substantive and says Biden made clear the U.S. and its allies will respond decisively if Russia further invades Ukraine The U.S. says Biden did express support for ongoing diplomacy with Putin in the Thursday's call was primarily to set the tone and tenor for playing security talks between the two nations next month Putin is called for written assurances that Ukraine won't be admitted into NATO The U.S. and its allies have refused any such guarantees But White House officials say they are open to hearing Russia's concerns Dave missed it NPR news Authorities in Colorado say hundreds of homes a hotel and a shopping center have been destroyed by fast moving wildfires they're burning between Denver and boulder when gas topping 100 mph spread the flames quickly and force thousands of people to evacuate areas about 20 miles northwest of Denver close to 600 homes are believed to have been destroyed Colorado's governor has declared a state of emergency downed power lines were responsible for sparking the fires Officials say 90% of boulder county is in.

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03:36 min | 1 year ago

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"Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. President Biden will be in New York and New Jersey this afternoon to get a look at the damage caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida. Record rainfall triggered flash flooding that killed more than 40 people in those two states. NPR's Windsor Johnston has more president Biden is scheduled to meet with state and local officials to discuss ways the federal government can help with recovery efforts. Biden's trip comes as the House prepares to vote on bipartisan legislation that would fund billions of dollars and upgrades to the nation's infrastructure. Those improvements could help states better prepare for extreme weather events in the future. The administration and congressional Democrats are also working on a larger budget resolution that includes measures to combat climate change, which scientists attribute to the severity of recent natural disasters. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington The remnants of Ida are also blamed for deaths in Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia. I'd a killed at least 17 people in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama when it came ashore along the Gulf Coast. On the streets of Kabul today, Hundreds of anti Taliban protesters took to the streets of Afghanistan's capital, Taliban gunmen dispersed the crowds by firing into the air. This is NPR news from Washington. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the Biden administration is working with the Taliban to get more Americans out of Afghanistan. Speaking earlier today at a news conference in Doha, Blinken said the U. S has identified about 100 Americans who want to leave the country. The Taliban spokesman says several chartered flights waiting for days to leave the airport in Mazari Sharif will be allowed to take off. This is Independence Day in Brazil. NPR's Philip Reeves says security has been stepped up as supporters of the country's president, Jair Bolsonaro plan. Large demonstrations. Convoys of trucks, vans and buses have arrived in Brazil's capital, Brasilia, where one of the largest pro bolsonaro demonstrations is expected. His supporters were already on the streets last night. Some broke through police lines near the Supreme Court and Congress. This has heightened concerns that those bolsonaro supporters who want a military coup might attack those buildings. Bolsonaro is hoping for a huge turnout at today's demonstrations in Brasilia and in Sao Paulo, proving to his opponents that he is far stronger than they say. But it's a strategy that could easily backfire if the turnout is lower than the hopes. Philip Reeves. NPR NEWS Brazilian Hundreds of environmental groups are calling for the UN's November climate conference in Scotland to be postponed because of concerns about the spread of covid 19. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR News in Washington. On this Tuesday after Labor Day you are listening to KCRW. I'm Cherry Glazer. Good to have you here. Money is still to come on morning edition, including the bipartisan infrastructure bill includes the largest ever federal investment in carbon capture. Coal states hope that could prolong fossil fuel use. And that has many environmental groups opposing the bill as you'll hear coming up. Well.

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05:50 min | 1 year ago

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"In Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. President Biden will travel to New York and New Jersey today to get a look at the damage caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida. More than 40 people were killed in those two states as record rainfall triggered widespread flooding. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports President Biden is scheduled to meet with state and local officials to discuss ways the federal government can help with recovery efforts. Biden's trip comes as the House prepares to vote on bipartisan legislation that would fund billions of dollars and upgrades to the nation's infrastructure. Those improvements could help states better prepare for extreme weather events in the future. The administration and congressional Democrats are also working on a larger budget resolution that includes measures to combat climate change, which scientists attribute to the severity of recent natural disasters. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington The remnants of IDA are also blamed for deaths in Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Maryland. More than a half million homes and businesses in Louisiana are still without power, nine days after hurricane item made landfall along the Gulf Coast. The state's public service Commission says nearly all customers and five parishes west and south of New Orleans are still without electricity. A nighttime curfew remains in effect in New Orleans. I'd elect at least 17 17 people dead in Louisiana and Mississippi. Crews battling the Cal door fire in the mountains of northern California are continuing to make progress. Officials say that fire is now almost 50% contained. Calmer winds over the weekend helped firefighters to halt the fire spread towards South Lake Tahoe. Mandatory evacuation order was lifted there on Sunday called or fire has burned at least 338 Square Miles. The Justice Department says it will protect women seeking an abortion in Texas and those providing them under a federal law. At the same time, Attorney General Merrick Garland says federal prosecutors are exploring options to challenge the Texas law that bans abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy. Jerry Clayton with Texas Public Radio has more. Garland said his department will urgently explore all options to challenge SB eight and in the meantime, will continue to protect the rights of people seeking access to abortion under the face act. That law prohibits the use or threat of force and physical obstruction that injures, intimidates or interferes with the person seeking to obtain or provide reproductive health services. It also prohibits intentional property damage to a facility providing reproductive health services. Garland went on to say his department would reach out to the U. S attorney's offices and FBI field offices in Texas and across the country to discuss enforcement authorities. I'm Jerry Clayton in San Antonio. This is NPR news from Washington. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the Biden administration has identified what he describes as a relatively small number of Americans seeking to leave Afghanistan from the airport in Mazar e Sharif. Speaking at a news conference in Doha today, Blinken commented on reports that charter planes have been blocked from leaving that airport, he said the issue with some Afghans lacking appropriate documents. The British government says it will extend a post Brexit grace period for trade between Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK as Villa Marx reports from London. This is the third such extension. The UK Brexit minister Lord David Frost told parliament that to create quote space for potential further discussions with the European Union, British authorities would allow businesses to continue sending goods Northern Ireland without additional paperwork. The demarcation of Ireland and Northern Ireland complicates the future trading relationship between Britain and the EU, since neither side wants physical border checks to occur there. Last year, Brussels signed an agreement that instead required checks on goods traveling from England, Wales or Scotland to Northern Ireland. Frost calls the current situation unsustainable, but gave no expiration date for this latest grace period that the EU says it will not block for NPR News. I'm Villa marks in London Hong Kong is easing some of its coronavirus travel restrictions beginning tomorrow. Those arriving from China will no longer need to quarantine Travelers from China will still need a negative covid 19 tests prior to arrival in Hong Kong and be tested while they're that announcement was made today by Chief executive Carrie Lam. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR News in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation for more than 90 years, supporting efforts to promote a just equitable and sustainable society. More at my dot org and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. You're listening to W n my C Good morning. I'm Sean Carlson with a look at our weather forecasts. Another lovely day today in our area. It will be sunny by the afternoon. High near 80 degrees sometime today, mostly clear tonight Love about 68. And then rain is likely to return tomorrow. It'll probably started in the late afternoon. It will be mostly sunny tomorrow I near 83 degrees showers. Possible thunderstorms tomorrow night. Mostly cloudy loaf about 68, with more rain possible on Thursday. With a high near 79 degrees. On the next All of it. Recipes for Russia. Shana with chef Jay Cohen, author of The cookbook, Jew Ish, Reinvented Recipes from a modern match plus a listening party with musician Aaron Destiny of Big Red Machine. His collaboration with Bonnie. There's Justin Vernon for their new album. How long Do You Think It's Gonna Last? I'm Alison Stewart joined me for all of it. We.

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01:52 min | 1 year ago

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"In Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. President Biden will travel to New York and New Jersey today to get a look at the damage caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida. More than 40 people were killed in those two states as record rainfall triggered widespread flooding. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. President Biden is scheduled to meet with state and local officials to discuss ways the federal government can help with recovery efforts. Biden's trip comes as the House prepares to vote on bipartisan legislation that would find that billions of dollars and upgrades to the nation's infrastructure. Those improvements could help states better prepare for extreme weather events in the future. Administration and congressional Democrats are also working on a larger budget resolution that includes measures to combat climate change, which scientists attribute to the severity of recent natural disasters. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington The remnants of IDA are also blamed for deaths in Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Maryland. More than a half million homes and businesses in Louisiana are still without power, nine days after hurricane item made landfall along the Gulf Coast. The state's public service Commission says nearly all customers and five parishes west and south of New Orleans are still without electricity. A nighttime curfew remains in effect in New Orleans, Ida left at least 17 17 people dead in Louisiana and Mississippi. Crews battling the Cal door fire in the mountains of northern California are continuing to make progress. Officials say that fire is now almost 50% contained. Calmer winds over the weekend helped firefighters to halt the fire spread towards South Lake Tahoe. A mandatory evacuation order was lifted there on Sunday. The caldera fire has burned at least 338 square miles..

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01:56 min | 1 year ago

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"In Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Conditions in southeast Louisiana are slowly improving eight days after hurricane item made landfall along the Gulf Coast. NPR's Brian Mann says power is slowly being restored. Though dangerous heat is expected this afternoon. New Orleans evacuated more seniors over the last day because the heat and lack of air conditioning made their living conditions unsafe. There are utility crews everywhere in Louisiana more than 23,000 workers trying to restore power. But destruction from the storm is intense over a vast area jewels. Baldwin was inspecting damage his vacation camp on Grand Isle, where many homes were shredded by wind. Just Unbelievable destruction, building debris, furniture, the sand from the Gulf and the and the levy. The Coast Guard is investigating an oil spill nearby, apparently linked to damage to a pipe caused by IDA. Brian Mann. NPR NEWS GRAND ISLE, Louisiana. The National Weather Service has posted the heat advisory today for areas that include New Orleans and Baton Rouge. IDA is blamed for at least 17 deaths in Louisiana and Mississippi. President Biden was in Louisiana three days ago to survey some of the damage left by IDA. Tomorrow The president will get a look at damage caused by the remnants of IDA in New York and New Jersey. At least 44 people were killed in those states, many by flash flooding. This is NPR news from Washington. Live from KQED News. I'm Brian What? In San Francisco, Tens of thousands of South Lake Tahoe area residents are allowed to return to their homes for the first time since they were pushed out last week because of the massive Cal door fire. Favorable weather over the weekend allowed crews to strengthen containment lines. State fire officials announced this morning that the fire is 44% contained. Several evacuation orders were downgraded to warnings yesterday.

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02:59 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Dave Mattingly. Millions of people in the U. S. Will be losing expanded unemployment benefits this week, once passed by Congress in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The $300 weekly jobless benefit expires today. Nearly nine million people were collecting that also coming to an end is the pandemic Unemployment assistance program that's for those gig and contract workers. Those part time workers That typically aren't eligible for unemployment. So those folks are not going to be seeing any of those benefits. So first and foremost, that's a huge group of folks that is now going to be impacted. After this day after these benefits expire. That's Kristen Myers, editor in chief of the personal finance website. The balance, speaking to NPR's morning edition. California Governor Gavin Newsom is urging voters to reject efforts to remove him from office in this month's gubernatorial recall election to simple no. No. On this recall, no sends a powerful message that was the governor. Speaking at an event yesterday, vice President Harris is expected to travel to California this week to campaign for Newsome. Republican candidate hasn't won a statewide election in California. Since 2006. The GOP has been critical of Newsom's handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Crime and an expanding homeless population. That election is September 14th. This is NPR news. You're listening to K C R w I'm Cherry Glazer. With this news update. New covid case numbers continue to flatten in L. A county Right now, the delta variant remains the dominant strains circulating in the area. The county reported about 2100 new coping cases yesterday and 11 more deaths from the virus. There were 16% pure infections last week than the week before. Another positive sign. Hospitalizations continued to decline, as well as the number of patients in intensive care units, but Health officials are concerned about a new threat, a variant called Mu, which is thought to be highly contagious and could potentially evade vaccines. KCRW's Tara Atran has more on that story. L a County public health officials say they're closely tracking developments around them, you variant, and they're not the only ones. The World Health Organization just added it to their list of variants of interests, which are those strains with genetic changes that could impact characteristics like how quickly covid spreads from person to person or how sick they get from it. While Mu isn't quite at the variance of concern level like Delta, it could become a threat, if not curtailed. The mu. Very it was first identified in Colombia at the beginning of the year. It has since been reported in dozens of countries. Scientists believe the variant has key mutations linked to greater transmissibility and the potential to evade antibodies. But further research is needed to figure out whether it's more contagious and resistant to the current lineup. Vaccines here in L. A county public health has identified nearly 170 mu variants. The majority of them were found in July. Officials say the new variant highlights the.

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02:26 min | 1 year ago

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"In Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. The Taliban reportedly are preventing a number of chartered flights from leaving Afghanistan. The New York Times says three flights approved by the U. S are set to evacuate hundreds of people from the airport in Mazari Sharif to an air base in Qatar. The Times cites documents it's reviewed, indicating dozens of those passengers are Americans. Afghanistan will be the focus this week when Secretary of State Antony Blinken holds talks with officials in Qatar and Germany. Germany's ambassador to China has died less than two weeks after he took up the post. NPR's Emily Fang in Beijing says it's not yet clear how 54 year old Jan Hecker died before becoming Berlin's envoy to Beijing. Hecker was best known as German Chancellor Angela Merkel's chief foreign policy advisor. He was a prominent figure in crafting European foreign policy. Especially in contending with China's economic and political rise that familiarity with European politics would have given Germany and by extension, the European Union continuity and its China policy after Merkel finishes her last term. Becker was also very familiar with American politics, helping shepherd numerous multilateral statements in exchanges across the Atlantic. His last event as ambassador to China was only three days ago and the German Embassy in Beijing Berlin has not yet stated what his cause of death was. Molly Fang. NPR NEWS Beijing This is NPR news. Millions of people in the U. S. Will be losing expanded unemployment benefits. This week, NPR's Scott Horsley says Congress passed the added benefits because of the coronavirus pandemic. Early on in the pandemic, Congress authorized several major expansions of unemployment insurance benefits were extended a gig workers and the self employed as well as those who've been out of work for more than six months. Benefits were also increased at first by $600 a week and later by $300. All of that emergency aid is coming to an end this week. Benefits have already been cut in about half the states. Many employers complain the aid discourages people from going back to work. Although economists have found little evidence of that. Benefits do help the unemployed to pay their bills and continue spending, though spending power that may be lost in the last of the payments dries up. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington President Biden is expected to travel to New York and New Jersey tomorrow to get a look at some of the damage.

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00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Senate Passes Democrats' $3.5 Trillion Budget Blueprint

"Dave Mattingly. The Senate has approved a $3.5 trillion budget resolution backed by President Biden. Passage came early this morning on a party line vote. The House is expected to return from its summer recess. Early to approve the measure. Democrats, Democrats controlled the house by a slim majority. This follows yesterday's Senate passage of a roughly trillion dollar bipartisan infrastructure. Bill 19 Republicans, including GOP leader Mitch McConnell, joined Senate

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04:00 min | 1 year ago

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"In Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is in Egypt's capital today for more talks designed to bolster the current cease fire between Israel and Hamas. Lincoln has been meeting with Egypt's president, foreign minister and intelligence chief at the Presidential palace in Cairo, Egypt, brokered the cease fire. It followed 11 days of fighting and has been holding for nearly a week. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas has expected to testify today Toe a house committee. NPR's winter, Johnston says he's expected to address covert 19 vaccinations and cyber attacks on infrastructure. In prepared testimony, Secretary Mayorga says the department remains committed to the equal distribution of the cove in 19 vaccine to defeat the pandemic. He says the Federal Emergency Management Agency has helped administer shots to more than five million people at community vaccination sites and will continue to assist government and nonprofit groups. Mayorga says the department is also working to protect critical infrastructure from ransomware attacks like the one that crippled the colonial pipeline. Earlier this month, President Biden issued an executive order to strengthen cyber security. My organs, says the order will allow the DHS to better detect and help prevent future attacks. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington This is NPR news. Former Republican Senator John Warner of Virginia, has died at the age of 94. Warner served five terms in the Senate and was once married to actress Elizabeth Taylor. Later today, Amazon convenes its annual shareholders meeting. NPR's Shannon Bond says votes were expected on a number of proposals, including one that presses the company to address pollution from its warehouses. More than 600. Amazon workers signed the petition calling on the company to curb pollution, They say disproportionately hurts communities of color near its big logistics hubs. They want Amazon to commit to zero emissions by 2030. Amazon has pledged to become carbon neutral by 2040. Group of employees who advocate for climate justice, organized the petition after Amazon rejected putting their proposal about pollution up for a shareholder vote. At the annual meeting, Shareholders will vote on other proposals, calling for more transparency about Amazon's use of plastic. It's facial recognition products and racial and gender pay gaps. Amazon is among NPR's financial supporters. Its board is urging investors to oppose the proposals. Shannon Bond. NPR NEWS Space X is preparing to launch more Starling satellites into orbit of Falcon nine Rocket is scheduled to lift off from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida this afternoon with another 60 of the satellites. They're part of an effort to provide worldwide broadband Internet. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR News in Washington. On this Wednesday. You are listening to KCRW in Cherry Glaser. Good to have you here. More and more people are returning to the office, and it may be a challenging transition for some pets and their owners. Coming up, You'll get some tips from a veterinarian about how to make the change a bit easier. Speaking of challenging, that's what we've got out on the freeways this morning, a couple real rough drives right now, starting out in Anaheim, off full closure there due to police activity South found five You got all and shut down at Lincoln North Bound five at Harbor and no word when they hope to get that reopened. You know. On the eastbound tens were Baldwin Park between France Mosquito and Pacific some late running construction work in the carpool in the left two lanes up ahead. He's found Tenet. Kellogg on Lane's closed as cruise deal with the injury wrecked there..

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03:17 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Dave Mattingly. The latest round of Middle East diplomacy has shifted from Jerusalem to Cairo. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is in the Egyptian capital today for talks with that country's president, Foreign minister and the head of Egypt's intelligence service. Talks or at the presidential palace are designed to shore up a cease fire between Israel and Hamas. The current truce was brokered by Egypt and has been holding for six days. Biden administration is calling for more international cooperation and transparency and dealing with the Corona virus pandemic. NPR's Jason Beaubien says that appeal was made at the ongoing meeting of the World Health Assembly. Speaking to the annual oversight meeting of the W a show, Health and Human Services Secretary Javier Becerra said countries must work together to end this pandemic without directly criticizing China. He said the world needs to better understand the origins of this health crisis in order to prepare for future outbreaks. Phase two of the Cove in Origin study must be watched with terms of reference. That are transparent science based and give international experts the independence to fully assess source of the virus and the early days of the outbreak. Officials also said that the 80 million doses of vaccine that the US is making available abroad will be distributed primarily through the international program, known as Kovacs. Jason Beaubien. NPR NEWS This is NPR news from Washington. This is w. N. Y. C in New York at 7 32. Good morning. I'm David First New York City Council is expected to pass a bill tomorrow that will increase the value of housing vouchers for homeless families. W when I sees Morella overact reports Advocates say one reason homeless New Yorkers frequently struggle to leave city shelters and find apartments is that the vouchers they receive aren't high enough to pay rent under a bill. The council is expected to pass a family of four that currently gets $1600 will see their voucher increased to $2200. That's expected to dramatically increase the number of apartments available to program participants. The measure is estimated to cost more than $40 million in its first year of implementation. Mayor De Blasio oppose the bill in the past, but now says he supports it. New Yorkers meeting up with friends in the park or heading out on hiking trail should remember that tick season is starting up again, especially on Staten Island. Maria Duke Wasser heads the ICO Epidemiology Tick Lab at Columbia University. She says that an island has seen a large and growing population of the Asian Longhorn tick, which lives in short, long grass and likes clinging to pets in dear, this steak is spreading, so it's not necessarily that it's AH, Hi, year in general. It's just that In areas where we didn't find it at all. Like in the middle of Staten Island, it's the most common one no more common than the deer tick. You know the Atlantic, she says. So far, they haven't found diseases spread by the Longhorn tick, except for one specific to cattle. 66 degrees. Now going up to 88 today, It's w N Y. C. Support for NPR comes from W. N. Y C members and from HBO Max with hacks. A New Mac's original Serie is exploring the dark mentorship that forms between the legendary comedian and a 25.

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03:20 min | 1 year ago

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"6 30. Live from NPR News in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Colonial Pipeline says it will take several days for deliveries of gasoline to return to normal along much of the east coast of the U. S. The company says it restarted pipeline operations yesterday following last week's RANSOMWARE attack. The governors of several states in the Southeast, including Virginia declared states of emergency because of fuel shortages and long lines of vehicles at gas stations. Triple A, says regular gas is averaging $3.2 a gallon nationwide. Infrastructure will be the topic today when President Biden meets with the group of Republican Senators. NPR's Windsor. Johnston says Biden wants Congress to approve trillions of dollars for his infrastructure proposal. Both Republicans and Democrats say they first need to agree on the definition of infrastructure before moving ahead. Republicans air pushing to narrow the bill to focus on traditional projects like roads, bridges and railways. Democrats are using broader parameters to include investments in clean energy, affordable housing programs and job training efforts. Today's meeting follows yesterday's talks at the White House involving Biden and House and Senate leaders from both parties. The Labor Department says new claims for unemployment benefits in the US dropped last week to 473,000. That's the lowest mark since the Corona virus pandemic began. This is NPR news. Live from KQED News. I'm Brian what early education advocates are reacting. The Governor Newsome's plan to make the early kindergarten program known is TK. Universal KQED S Vanessa Ron Kanye has more. Newsome's proposal would open the extra year of learning toe every four year old in the state by the 2024 school year. Not deep. Your wall works with early childhood educators in her role at the Alameda County Office of Education, She says Transitional kindergarten is key to closing achievement gaps between disadvantaged students and their peers. We have more time with them to work on their literacy, Numeracy social emotional development. What we're hoping for is that we just have it on early start with these students to ensure that they excel. But Teresa Lozano is the executive director of early Edge, California, a nonprofit that advocates for early learning. She says. TK has long term benefits, too. You know, we know based on research investing early will help kids, too, You know, graduate high school get better job, so just put you on the right track as a bonus, she says. There's evidence it could help get women back into the workforce. TK Expansion is part of a package of ambitious education spending proposals Governor Newsome put forward in his $100 billion plan to rebound from the pandemic. I'm Vanessa and Kanye KQED news, and I'm Brian What in Oakland. There's more California and Bay Area news at KQED dot org's and support for KQED comes from Sheppard Mullin, a global law firm with 900 lawyers handling corporate and technology matters. Key litigation. And complex financial transactions for companies in the Bay Area and beyond. Sheppard Mullin..

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02:51 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Dave Mattingly. President Biden will give his first address to a joint session of Congress tonight. On the eve of his 1/100 Day in office. Biden is expected to promote his American families plan. It costs $1.8 billion and includes spending on universal preschool child care and two years of community college at no cost to students. That's in addition to Biden's more than $2 trillion infrastructure proposal, The U. S. Supreme Court hears arguments today in a case involving student speech in public schools. As NPR's Nina Totenberg, reports said issue is whether school discipline extends to online messages considered disruptive that originate off campus. This case can be summed up as a mean girls meet the First Amendment. It involves speech most adults would deem quite trivial compared to the landmark case on student speech in 1969. Back then, the case involves students who were suspended for wearing black armbands to school to protest the Vietnam War. The court ruled then that the students did have First Amendment rights to free speech and expression of school as long as it's not disruptive. This case was brought by a 14 year old cheerleader who was suspended from the JV team after she posted online. Ah, photo of herself flipping the bird and an F bomb laced message about the school. Nina Totenberg. NPR NEWS Washington This is NPR news Live from KQED News. I'm Brian what the East based largest water district has declared a stage one drought and will begin asking customers to use less water voluntarily. Yesterday's unanimous vote by the East Bay Municipal Utility District Board Means it's 1.4 million customers will be urged to cut water use by 10% board President Doug Lynnie said the move aims to preserve the district's windless dwindling supply. Made some of the driest conditions in history. I hope our customers will react in the way they have in the past and support ways. Toe trim their water budgets, a zoo, much as they can. East Bay Mud has made contingency plans to buy water from the federal Central Valley Project late this summer. That last time the district asked customers to reduce consumption was during the worst years of the state's last drought in 2014 and 2015. Meanwhile, Sanoma County supervisors have adopted a resolution declaring a local drought emergency. The board is asking Governor Newsome to seek a drought declaration for the county from the federal government. Last week, Newsome proclaimed a state of emergency in cinema and men Casino counties. That's due to drought conditions in the Russian River. Watershed, County officials say. Lake Cinema Is it 62% of capacity. Cinema supervisors say the drought conditions could hurt the region's economy..

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Biden Administration to Impose Tough Sanctions on Russia

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Biden Administration to Impose Tough Sanctions on Russia

"From NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. The Biden administration is placing sanctions on Russia over cyber hacking and election interference. That's according to the White House. The actions include designating six Russian tech companies, the U. S believes provide support to Russian intelligence.

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8 killed in shootings at 3 metro Atlanta spas. Police have 1 suspect in custody

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01:55 min | 2 years ago

8 killed in shootings at 3 metro Atlanta spas. Police have 1 suspect in custody

"Area. Many of the victims appear to be women of Asian descent. Police have a suspect in custody and are investigating a motive on morning edition from NPR news jury selection in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Vin is now in its second week. I'm Noel King Me Martinez how recent developments have complicated the process of finding impartial jurors. India is the world's largest vaccine producer. This hour, we hear how in his role in producing covert 19 vaccines is getting even bigger. It's Wednesday March 17th are your work from home swept pants green while they better be because it's ST Patrick's Day. The news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. A suspect is under arrest in Georgia in connection with a string of deadly shootings in the Atlanta area. NPR's child. Snyder says Eight people were shot to death at separate massage parlors. Atlanta police have issued a statement saying they have video. That place is a vehicle of the suspect in a deadly shooting at a massage parlor and Cherokee County. In the area of the city, where four people were killed, three respond northeast Atlanta and one at a separate spot across the street. The bodies were discovered after the Cherokee County shooting in which four others were killed. Police have not definitively linked the shootings, but say that the video evidence suggests it's extremely likely. Most of the victims are women of Asian descent. A white moment in a white man are also among the dead. Last week, President Biden used a nationally televised speech to condemn a surge and violence against Asian Americans amid the Corona virus pandemic.

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1 killed and 4 wounded in shooting at Minnesota clinic

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1 killed and 4 wounded in shooting at Minnesota clinic

"Motive for yesterday's shooting at a health clinic and Buffalo, Minnesota. Five people were shot. One person was killed and three others critically wounded. 67 year old man is under arrest. Investigators say they believe the suspect, Gregory you'll, Rick, was unhappy with the care he'd received at the clinic. Bomb technicians were later brought in to examine a suspicious device left at the clinic and others at a motel where you'll work had been staying. I'm Dave Mattingly.

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"dave mattingly" Discussed on KQED Radio

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02:04 min | 2 years ago

"dave mattingly" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Now it's 6 30. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. The Biden administration says the U. S. Is formally extending the new start nuclear treaty with Russia for five years. The extension was announced this morning in a statement from Secretary of State Antony Blinken. The Arms control treaty was due to expire this week. Republican leaders in the House are under pressure over to GOP lawmakers from opposite ends of the party. Here's NPR's CHILD. Snyder, Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney is fighting to hang on to her leadership position after voting to impeach former President Trump. Marjorie Taylor Greene. It's her committee assignments that are on the line. The party steering committee is to meet again after no decision last night. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy met with Green last night. He's under pressure to act over her behavior. Her support for conspiracy theories. Chaney was one of 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach them. President Trump House managers accused Trump of inciting insurrections at the U. S. Capitol on January 6. In paperwork filed yesterday. Trump's attorneys argue a Senate impeachment trial of an ex president is unconstitutional. The trial is scheduled to begin next week. China's government says it plans to provide 10 million doses of covert 19 vaccine to developing nations. The Foreign Ministry in Beijing says it's doing so at the request of the World Health Organization. This is NPR news from Washington. Live from KQED News. I'm Brian what in Oakland workers at large grocery stores in Oakland will immediately start getting $5 more an hour in hazard pay. That's after the City Council passed an emergency ordinance. Mandating the temporary pandemic wage increase. An estimated 2000 workers would be covered council member Nikki Fortunato Bass Arthur the legislation her chief of staff, is Mia Psych, a chin If a large grocery employer is already paying hazard pay. This emergency ordinance gives them credit for doing the right thing..

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"dave mattingly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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02:03 min | 2 years ago

"dave mattingly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Dave Mattingly. NPR News in Washington. This is w N. Y. C in New York at 6 33. Good morning. I'm David 1st 27 degrees. Now, some light snow falling at the moment in New York City. Today's a snowstorm will be heavy at times it's expected to dump up to 18 inches of snow in our area. Mayor de Blasio says residents should stay off the roads so sanitation crews can clear the snow. Let's give them the freedom of maneuver and get this city cleaned up so we can move forward on Tuesday. The mayor declared a state of emergency due to the snow storm. That means roads are restricted for non essential travelers. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has also declared a state of emergency. Freeing up more resource is to respond to the storm. Governor. Cuomo did not declare a state of emergency for New York, but he is also urging people to stay off the roads. New York City public schools are going all remote today due to the snow No in person learning will take place. And students in grades six through 12 will have no school at all. Right now. 27 degrees expecting a high just around 30 this afternoon, It's w N Y. C. Support for NPR comes from W. N. Y C members and from Procter and Gamble, maker of the line probiotic, a daily supplement to support digestive health containing a probiotic strain developed by gastroenterologists with 20 years of research. More at a line probiotics dot com and see three c three dot ai software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence and enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable business problems. Learn more at sea three dot ai It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm no well, King. Good morning. The good news about the Corona virus vaccine 25 million Americans have now gotten at least one dose is competing with the bad news about the virus itself. There are new variants to contend with now. NPR's Allison Aubrey is with us as she often is on Monday's following this story. Good morning,.

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Regulators Urge Tesla to Recall Around 158,000 Vehicles

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Regulators Urge Tesla to Recall Around 158,000 Vehicles

"To recall about 159,000 vehicles sold in the U. S because of potentially defective touch screens. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says the screens pose a safety risk by allowing backup cameras to go dark and window to fraudsters to malfunction. Thus far, Tesla has not agreed to a recall involving certain model s and model X vehicles. I'm Dave Mattingly in

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"dave mattingly" Discussed on KQED Radio

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04:54 min | 2 years ago

"dave mattingly" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Georges to Senate runoff elections have resulted in it least one win for Democrats, The Associated Press says Raphael Warnock defeated Republican incumbent Kelly Leffler. Or not, will be the first black senator from Georgia. We were told that we couldn't win this election, but tonight We prove that with hope Hard work and the people by our side, Anything is possible. The other runoff between GOP incumbent David Perdue and Democratic challenger John A soft remains too close to call. The result of that race will determine which party controls the Senate. Some Republican lawmakers are expected to object today when Congress meets to affirm Democrat Joe Biden's wind and the 2020 presidential election. At the same time, supporters of President Trump and far right groups her planning large rallies in the nation's capital, Makayla Lefrak with member station W. A. M U says demonstrations are expected outside the capital, the U. S Supreme Court and near the White House. City leaders have called in the National Guard to assist with crowd control and repeatedly asked Washingtonians to stay away from downtown has similar protests in November and December turned violent D C. Police will be focused on arresting people who illegally bring firearms to the rallies. They'll also provide additional security at black churches. Some of which were vandalized last month by the proud boys, a male show Veniste organization with ties to white nationalism, a judge his band to the leader of the proud Boys from D. C. He was charged with property destruction for burning a church is black Lives matter. FLAG for NPR NEWS. I'm Mikaela Lefrak in Washington The World Health Organization says China won't allow an international team of scientists into the country to investigate the origins of the covert 19 pandemic. NPR's Michaleen Duke Cliff has more For over six months, The World Health Organization has been trying to send scientists to China to figure out where the coronavirus first jump from an animal into people. And then how it spread from there. Several scientists were already in route to Wuhan when they learned they weren't allowed to enter the country. W Joe director General Ted Rose adenomas gave racist says it's because the Chinese government hadn't finalized their visas. I'm very disappointed with this news, given that two members had already begun their journeys. And others were not able to travel at the last minute. Wh O says it's working to fix the problem to the investigation can begin as quickly as possible. My clean Do Clough NPR news Decision is expected today on whether the European Union will authorize the emergency use of Madonna's covert 19 vaccine and all 27 EU nations. This is NPR news. Variant of the Corona virus that's been spreading in Britain has been identified in it least five states in the U. S. Georgia is the latest Helen Eldridge with Georgia Public broadcasting reports. Georgia's Department of Public Health says the variant has been detected in an 18 year old man with no travel history. Variant dubbed Be 117 is highly contagious, but not more deadly. DPH commissioner Dr Kathleen to me says the emergence of this variant in our state should be quote a wake up call for all Georgians. To me, says Georgians must not let down their guard and continue basic prevention measures. Those include wearing a mask, social distancing and frequent hand washing. In addition to Georgia, the variant has been reported in Colorado, California, Florida, New York and dozens of countries for NPR News. I'm Ellen Eldridge in Atlanta. The district attorney in Kenosha, Wisconsin, says he won't bring charges against a white police officer who shot and seriously wounded a black man in the city Last August. The shooting left Jacob Blake paralyzed. He was shot as police responded to a call that Blake was armed with a knife and attempting to steal a vehicle. D a says he could not disprove that the officer acted in self defense, fearing he might be stabbed. The shooting sparked protests that resulted in more than 250 arrests in Kenosha in the days that followed Wall Street futures are mostly lower this morning. Dow futures are up 73 points. NASDAQ futures are down more than 200. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Annie E. Casey Foundation, using research and evidence to develop solutions that help families and communities create a brighter future for young people..

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"dave mattingly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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03:23 min | 2 years ago

"dave mattingly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Dave Mattingly, control of the Senate is at stake today in Georgia, where to run off elections are being held. MEAL. Moffett with member station W. A B, says Republicans air hoping to maintain control of the Senate, more than three million votes have already been cast ahead of Election Day, a record for a Georgia run off Democrats John Asaf and Raphael Warnock Cope Joe Biden's win in November in the state will help carry them to victory over GOP incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Leffler. Republicans, however, need to defend just one seat. In order to maintain their majority in the Senate. President Trump and Biden were both in Georgia yesterday to rally support for the Republican and Democratic candidates involved in the run offs. Colorado congresswoman Lauren Bo Burt says she will carry a handgun on Capitol Hill made Heggie with the Mountain West News Bureau says Bo Burt is a first term Republican member of Congress. Robert calls Washington D C of violent city and says she wants to protect herself. So the congresswoman plans to carry a Glock handgun holstered around her waist. 1967 rule exempts members of Congress from fire armbands on Capitol Hill, but it doesn't allow them to carry a gun in the chambers or other nearby areas. Some House Democrats wrote a letter recently asking Speaker Nancy Pelosi to repeal that rule. But they were unsuccessful. S and P futures are up five points this morning. This is NPR news from Washington. And this is W N. Y. C in New York. It's 5 32. Good morning. I'm David. First. Mostly cloudy today high of 42 degrees. It's 37 now in Central Park. After running on a platform of reform. Mimi Roca has taken charge of the Westchester County district attorney's office. WN Y sees George Joseph reports. In her inauguration speech, Broken nodded to the summer protests which helped carry her into office. We are in the midst of an unprecedented movement for criminal justice reform. We cannot let this moment pass us by the DEA announced new ethics guidelines designed to curb prosecutorial misconduct. During her campaign, Rocca attacked her predecessor for failing to take on police corruption allegations in Mount Vernon, which were captured in secret tapes aired by W. N. Y. C. She has promised to investigate those claims within her 1st 100 days in office. Despite the outrage over President Trump's weekend phone call, pressuring Georgia state officials to overturn the election results. Congressman Hakeem Jeffries says it's time to focus on President elect Biden's inauguration. And ending the covert 19 pandemic. Jeffries represents parts of Brooklyn and Queens and chairs the House Democratic Caucus. When asked if Trump should face impeachment or other legal action over the phone call, he said he hasn't seen a transcript of it. Chaos, confusion. Conflict and corruption that Donald Trump Has inflicted upon this country is something to be evaluated. The historians at this particular point in time. In leaked audio of the phone call. Georgia's second secretary of state can be heard debunking Trump's false claims of stolen votes. The first health care worker in New Jersey to get vaccinated against the coronavirus received her second dose of the Fizer vaccine. Maritsa. Benitez has an emergency room nurse at University Hospital in Newark, and she was cheered after getting shot..

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"dave mattingly" Discussed on KQED Radio

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04:42 min | 2 years ago

"dave mattingly" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. This is Election Day in Georgia, where control of the Senate is at stake. With the results of to run off contests. Republican incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Leffler, her facing off against Democratic challengers, Jonah Softened Raphael Warnock. The GOP is hoping to maintain control of the Senate wins by a softened war. Noch would give Democrats the majority president Trump and President elect Joe Biden were each in Georgia yesterday to rally supporters. Here's the president at an event in Dalton. It's a big countries, depending on you. The whole world is watching the people of Georgia Stephen Fowler with Georgia Public broadcasting reports on Biden's efforts to get out the vote at a rally in Atlanta. Biden said that giving Democrats control of the Senate would quote make an immediate difference in people's lives once he takes office. With the block in Washington. That $2000.10 minutes Jack that money they would go out the door immediately tell people hoard real trouble. The closing message from us often Warnock is that they will work to improve health care, the economy and recovery from the coronavirus. Ausaf faces Republican Senator David Perdue. Warnock challenges Senator Kelly Leffler. Polls open at 7 A.m. on Tuesday for NPR News. I'm Stephen Fowler and Atlanta. Aydin's win in the 2020 presidential election is expected to be affirmed tomorrow by members of Congress. Supporters of President Trump are expected to turn out to protest. Ahead of the demonstrations. Police in the nation's capital arrested the leader of the far right group known as the Proud Boys, Henry and Re Kate Haria was wanted on weapons and destruction of property charges. Oklahoma continues to set records for new coronavirus, hospitalizations and deaths as the state steps up efforts to get people vaccinated against Cove in 19 Jessica Gallaher has more from Oklahoma City. In an attempt to get the coronavirus under control. Oklahoma has moved into phase two of distributing the cove in 19 vaccine, It should be available to first responders people over the age of 65 health care workers. Not in a hospital setting. Unfortunately, Keith Reid, the deputy commissioner of the Oklahoma State Department of Health, says Accessing the vaccine isn't a level playing field are quicker on the draw are likely to get the vaccine quicker. I needed to get more vaccine in the state receives about 30 to 40,000 doses a week, Reid says. The health Department can on Lee distribute them weekly. Depending on inventory for NPR news. I'm Jessica collar her in Oklahoma City. Health officials in Southern California say Los Angeles County is on pace to soon have 1000 covert 19 related deaths each week. This is NPR news from Washington. Britain is in its third cove in 19 lockdown due to Spike's in new infections. People are being ordered to stay home. Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the lockdown last night. He says a variant of the virus continues to spread rapidly in the UK and threatens to overwhelm hospitals and health facilities before the end of the month. To vaccines are currently being administered in Britain, one made by Fizer and buy on Tech and the other developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford University. Attorneys with the Trump administration say it'll be the end of January before the U. S. Census Bureau completes quality checks on the nationwide 2020 head count. NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reports on the latest delaying the census schedule and what it likely means for President Trump. According to the 14th amendment, the quote whole number of persons in each state unquote must be included in this census numbers that determined representation in Congress and the Electoral College for the next decade. President Trump wants to try to exclude unauthorized immigrants from those numbers for the first time in U. S history. But Justice Department attorneys told a federal judge Monday that the Census Bureau does not expect to release the first results from the head count until February, 9th at the earliest. It's because of your needs more time to try to fix irregularities in records for a census that's been complicated by the pandemic. On Si Lo Wang. NPR NEWS New YORK stock markets in Asia ended the day mostly higher. China's Shanghai composite closed at its highest level in 5.5 years. Now futures are up 69 points. NASDAQ futures are up 25. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR News in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations..

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Amid 'yellow vest' rebellion, Macron woos business leaders

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01:02 min | 4 years ago

Amid 'yellow vest' rebellion, Macron woos business leaders

"The speed limit last year on rural roads from fifty five miles an hour to forty eight. Was actually one of the things that set off the yellow vest movement political analysts Kristoff Bobby says for people living in rural France without public transport. Their car is everything Virpi falling deep France in the countryside. My car is my liberty Nafi, but my car Bobby says when people could no longer drive fast and had to pay higher gas prices. They cracked Eleanor Beardsley, NPR news Paris. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington. I'm Richard Hake on WNYC in New York. Now a month into the partial government shutdown. New York Senator Kirsten gillibrand says the president is holding public servants hostage by offering to extend temporary protections for some immigrants in exchange for billions of dollars for the border wall. Speaking on ABC news, the democratic presidential candidates said the so-called dreamers who came to the US children deserve a better deal. People need a pathway to citizenship, and

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Ex-Senate Intel security chief sentenced for lying to FBI

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Ex-Senate Intel security chief sentenced for lying to FBI

"As the airlines tried to clear a backlog of flights. Police are still looking for those responsible for violating the restricted airspace. South of London, British Prime Minister, Theresa May was asked about it. I feel for all passengers whose travel plans have been disrupted by this drone activity officials at Gatwick say roughly seven hundred flights are scheduled to take off before the end of the day. A new report says the federal government is doing not enough to support native American tribes in the US Brian bowl with member station. K L C C says the findings come from the U S commission on civil rights. The report cites called insufficient federal spending and areas such as education housing and healthcare. For example, says Indian health services expenditures per page. Patients are a third of what spouts on the rest of the US population. Cheryl Kennedy, chairwoman of the confederated tribes of the grand Ronde says congress ascending a troubling message. We don't matter is that it even though the treaty started in the eighteen fifties. Even today, we're still viewing new as less than second class citizens. We don't have to really pay attention to how well we fund you the civil rights commission recommend that congress review shortfalls and pass a spending package to address unmet needs. For NPR news. I'm Brian bowl in Eugene, Oregon. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the George gun foundation, working to make Cleveland and northeast Ohio more, globally, competitive, livable, sustainable, and just more information available at gun foundation dot org and the corporation for public broadcasting. I'm Nora

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British Airways to resume Pakistan flights after a decade

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British Airways to resume Pakistan flights after a decade

"Years old. British Airways says it plans to resume flights to Pakistan next June. They were suspended a decade ago. After a deadly truck bombing at the Marriott hotel in Islam Abbad, it left more than fifty people dead and injured dozens British Airways says it'll have three flights a week to Pakistan. Pakistani officials are welcoming the news. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington, and I'm Cheri Glazer. And you are listening to KCRW starting to see few busy spots out on the freeways this morning. But nothing major if you're making your way through Carson headed up into the south bay northbound four zero five at Wellington getting reports of a spin out. There sounds like that's been taken care of pretty quickly. Now too far away though, southbound one ten at spallina boulevard a two car collision in the right lane. And it sounds like that's going to take a little while to straighten things out Glendora earlier crash clearing westbound to ten baseline all the activities been over to the right shoulder. Westbound. Ten starting to get busy as you make your way out of west Covina from grand over to bow pointing while you probably heard about the big waves

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Blockaded Qatar to pull out of Saudi-dominated OPEC

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Blockaded Qatar to pull out of Saudi-dominated OPEC

"Of students are going back to class today in northern California for the first time since the campfire left widespread destruction some of the more than thirty thousand students in Butte county will be relocating to different schools because of the fire damage and destruction that fire broke out on November eighth that left eight people dead. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Sierra, Nevada brewing company, family owned operated and argued over since one thousand nine hundred eighty proud supporter of independent thought whether that's online over the air or in a bottle, more at Sierra, Nevada dot com. It's

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U.S. judge to weigh temporary halt to Trump's asylum order

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U.S. judge to weigh temporary halt to Trump's asylum order

"Jewish home party withdrew its threat to quit and topple the government. British Prime Minister, Theresa may is lobbying business leaders for supportive her Brexit deal today. She speaking to industry executives in London. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington. The

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EU scrambles to defy US Iran sanctions

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EU scrambles to defy US Iran sanctions

"The government of continued its crackdown on protests. Arrests were made of mortars perceived to be making political statements like marathon runner. Alex Vanegas who brought blue and white political science and a cardboard dove to the Milagro that you're cemetery in Managua, heavy police and military presence was reported in cemeteries around. He got our for NPR news. I'm Marie Martin gasoline. Prices continue falling across the US with the summer driving season. Over the latest Lundberg survey shows nationwide the cost of regular is down eight cents a gallon over the past two weeks. It's averaging two eighty five analyst trilby Lundberg says cheaper. Crude oil is the main reason for the price drop. Aaa says it's tracking shows regular averaging two seventy six a gallon across the US stock. Analysts say investors remain concerned about ongoing trade tensions between the US and China the markets in Japan, China and South Korea lost one percent or more today. Hong Kong, they fell more. Than two percent. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the William and flora Hewlett foundation, committed to supporting ideas and institutions to advance education for all preserve the environment and promote vibrant performing arts. More information is available at Hewlett dot org.

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Trump administration asks Supreme Court to halt trial over census

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Trump administration asks Supreme Court to halt trial over census

"Senior Trump officials to be considered the plaintiffs however, say the depositions of commerce secretary Wilbur Ross and Justice department official John gore are. Improving their claims Ross misuses the thirty over the senses and discriminated against immigrant communities of colored by adding the question Ross, it said the question is needed to better and force the Voting Rights Act, Hansie will NPR news, New York. Boston is getting ready to celebrate the Red Sox four th World Series title and fifteen years the city's victory parade begins tomorrow morning at Fenway park. Boston beat the Los Angeles Dodgers four games to one in the fall classic. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington.

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Airstrikes blamed for 21 Afghan civilian deaths in 2 days

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Airstrikes blamed for 21 Afghan civilian deaths in 2 days

"It's a spare the air day for the bay area will have sunny skies and highs to the mid nineties live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. President Trump is chairing his first meeting of the UN Security Council. This morning. He's addressing efforts to combat the threat of nuclear chemical weapons. Trump has mentioned Iran and Syria in his early remarks ahead of the Security Council meeting Trump repeated his accusation that Democrats on the Senate

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Cynthia Nixon Loses Democratic Primary for New York Governor

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00:56 sec | 4 years ago

Cynthia Nixon Loses Democratic Primary for New York Governor

"NPR news and the New York conversation. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Water rescues are ongoing this morning and parts of North Carolina where hurricane Florence has come ashore it made landfall near rights Phil beach, not far from Wilmington as a category. One storm in new Bern north of Wilmington more than one hundred people have been rescued from their homes. Some from rooftops because of heavy rains and storm. Search gene Hodges is the assistant manager of craven county had a mandatory evacuation was it. If you do decide to stay. We can't promise you that. We will be able to respond to you. So we tried to make that abundantly clear. We're trying to best to to help as many people as we can more than one and a half million people were told to evacuate ahead of Florence in the Carolinas and Virginia

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Inside the massive Russian ‘war games’ involving 300,000 troops

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00:25 sec | 4 years ago

Inside the massive Russian ‘war games’ involving 300,000 troops

"Thirteenth twenty five years ago today, the Oslo accords were signed, Israel and Palestinian seemed on a road east will look back on what's happened since. Here's the news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Forecasters say hurricane Florence remains on track to come ashore near the border between north and South Carolina as early as tomorrow afternoon. Florence is

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Supreme Court nominee steers clear of Trump criticism

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Supreme Court nominee steers clear of Trump criticism

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Employers in the US added two hundred one thousand jobs last month as the nation's jobless rate held steady unemployment remained at three point nine percent. That's near an eighteen year, low hourly wages rose and are two point nine percent higher than this time a year ago. Wells Fargo senior economist Sarah house says that's significant wages are rising at the fastest pace. We've we've seen this expansion. And so I think that's a straight of of the fact that the labor market is in fact, tightening and workers are getting a little bit more and their take home pay. The job gains were spread across many industries.

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China denies Trump's claim it hacked Clinton's emails

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China denies Trump's claim it hacked Clinton's emails

"China is denying a claim by President Trump that Beijing, hacked Hillary Clinton's emails in two thousand. Sixteen here's NPR's rob Schmitz China's foreign ministry spokeswoman watch winging told reporters that China is firmly opposed, to all forms of, cyber attacks and espionage early Wednesday on Twitter President Trump claimed China, had hacked the emails of then presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and suggested the FBI. And the department of Justice investigate the matter he, failed offer any evidence to support the claim Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election in the hacking, of democratic campaign Email lent a, special, counsel Robert Mueller's

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Man arrested after jumping fence at Los Angeles airport

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Man arrested after jumping fence at Los Angeles airport

"Exciting Hi tech, environments Wisconsin Democrats say. Foxconn has been reducing its jobs commitment in recent weeks for, NPR news I'm Chuck, Hornbach in, Milwaukee. Foxconn says it plans to employ up to thirteen thousand people in Wisconsin police in Los Angeles say a man. Who jumped a fence and ran onto a runway at the l. a.. International airport yesterday has mental, health

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