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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.
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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"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..
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.
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.
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.
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. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is rejecting pressure from Democrats and President Trump to boost the direct coronavirus relief payments passed by Congress. The House voted to raise them from $600 to 2000 after Trump complained they were insufficient. McConnell insists higher relief payments be linked with two other GOP proposals that something Democrats don't support. California is the second state in the U. S to diagnose someone with the cove in 19 variant affecting people in Britain. The first was a man in Colorado. Claire Cleveland with Colorado Public Radio says health experts are trying to trace how the variant made its way to the U. S from Europe. A National Guardsman tested positive for the new variant of the Corona virus after assisting at a nursing home southeast of Denver. The Guard member was one of six at the facility and is now isolating at home in Colorado, a second guard member is also suspected to have the new strain and his quarantining at a hotel. Colorado governor Jared Pola says the status seeking federal approval to pause in person visitation at nursing homes while potential contacts are investigated. The UK strain is believed to be more easily transmitted. Its discovery has led to new shutdowns in England. For NPR News. I'm Clark Cleveland in Denver. This is NPR news from Washington. In Minnesota. Police say they will release body cam Video of yesterday's deadly traffic stop in Minneapolis of felony suspect was shot and killed by officers in an exchange of gunfire. The city's police chief cites witnesses who say the suspect fired first. That shooting occurred about a mile from where Minneapolis police officer killed George Floyd seven months ago. Police in Pakistan say they've arrested two dozen people in connection with the destruction of a Hindu temple. NPR's DEA indeed in Islamabad says that temple was attacked by a mob and set on fire. Footed shed online showed dozens of men bashing down the Hindu temple in shrine with the large pole.
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"I'm Dave Mattingly, Oregon's governor, says the deal's been reached with the Trump administration to remove federal law enforcement from downtown Portland. Conrad Wilson with Oregon Public Broadcasting says federal agents have been guarding the federal courthouse from sometimes violent demonstrators amid ongoing protests over racism and police brutality. Under the deal, Oregon State police will take over defending the federal courthouse. They said that they're going to work with federal law enforcement and the Portland police. The idea is to get federal law enforcement to leave, also ensuring the safety of the courthouse and those who work. Their protests in Portland have been occurring nightly for more than two months. Negotiators remain far apart on another Corona virus. Aid bill in Congress. Expanded unemployment benefits officially expired tomorrow. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says masks are now required on the House floor to guard against the Corona virus. The chair expects all members and staff to adhere to this requirement as a sign of respect for the health safety and well being of others present in the chamber and surrounding areas. The mandate comes a day after Republican Congressman Louis Gohmert of Texas tested positive for the Corona virus. Gohmert often has not worn a mask. Amid the pandemic. At least 10 members of Congress have become infected since March. This is NPR news from Washington. Members of Congress say the world's largest technology companies should be regulated because they're now monopolies. NPR's Bobby Allen says the CEOs of four of the largest companies in Silicon Valley spent much of yesterday defending the state of their industries to members of the House subcommittee. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, Apple's Tim Cook, Google, Sundar Pichai and Amazon's Jeff Bezos, each other turn in the virtual hot seat, but members of Congress were not persuaded by their appearances, Democratic representative David says Cellini, who chairs the Judiciary Committee's antitrust panel, said laws that applied to industrialists like John D. Rockefeller and Andrew Carnegie Need to be updated for the digital age. Today. The men are named Zuckerberg Cook for Chai in basins. Their control of the marketplace allows them to do whatever it takes to crush independent business expand their own power. This must end Sicilian E will release a report in about a month outlining what the first major federal regulations of the tech industry could look like. Bobby Allen. NPR NEWS SAN Francisco NASA Rover is on its way to Mars. The perseverance lifted off from Cape Canaveral in Florida amount 40 minutes ago 554 Engine ignition to.
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"Other side. On Sunday, the congressman's body will be carried over the bridge for a final journey to Montgomery for NPR News. I'm Kyle Gass it in Troy, Alabama. Hawaii is bracing for Hurricane Douglas. It's expected to hit the island sometimes Sunday with strong winds, heavy rains and a dangerous riptide. However, forecasters say Douglas is expected to weaken before moving through the area. Officials say evacuees at shelters in Honolulu will have their temperatures taken before entering as a precaution against the Corona virus. Currently, Douglas is a major Category four hurricane with top sustained winds of 130 miles per hour. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Ecmc Foundation, working to improve postsecondary educational outcomes for underserved students through evidence based innovation. Learn Mohr CMC foundation dot or GE and Americans for the Arts. This is w n y C and w n y c dot or GE. Good morning. I'm Lance. Lucky with a look at our forecast for this Friday about 76 degrees early this morning, and it will be mostly cloudy today. 87 the high about a 40% chance of showers and thunderstorms through midday. 75 tonight and our weekend will be mostly sunny will be around 88 on Saturday 93 on Sunday and mostly sunny and 95 Monday. On the next all of it. Therapist author Lori Gottlieb discusses her bestselling book. Maybe You should Talk to someone a therapist, her therapist and our Lives reveals, plus a celebration of Louisa May Alcott..
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"I'm Dave Mattingly, the nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci says he doesn't believe a federal mask mandate in the U. S. Is needed to combat the Corona virus. But he is glad to see President Trump now endorsing the idea of wearing one I was very pleased to see the president wearing a mask and tweeting about Mass. The vice president does that consistently, So I think we turned the corner around the road of a consistent message felt she was speaking to NPR's morning edition. The White House's resuming regular corona virus briefings beginning today amid spikes in new infections in states such as Florida and Texas. Head of Georgia's Democratic Party states, Senator Nicky Mo Williams will run in the November election to fill the seat of the late congressman John Lewis. Wall Street opened higher this morning, extending yesterday's gains. Here's NPR's Trina Williams. Early gains are being driven by a better than expected quarterly earnings report from IBM, Coca Cola, Lucky. Martin and United Airlines released results later today. And this is also our optimistic about the potential for another stimulus package as the nation grab Ls with the Corona virus. Trump Administration officials and congressional Democrats will meet today to discuss more potential relief efforts and agreement among you member states to bail out their economies hard hit by the pandemic. Also pleased investors. This is NPR news. And at 7 31 This is case here. W News. I'm Matt Gillom, California has joined with 22 other states in the lawsuit challenging new Trump administration rules that strip anti discrimination language from the Affordable Care Act or OBAMACARE. Lawsuit says the policy shift leaves LGBTQ residents and other people at risk of mistreatment by health care providers and insurance companies. A sort of Darryl SATs man has more. Change announced last month involves a section of the affordable care act that bars insurance and health care companies from discriminating on the basis of sex, race, national origin, age and disability. California Attorney General Javier Becerra and the other agencies accused the Department of Health and Human Services of Rolling Back parts of the rule that shield LGBTQ you residents, pregnant women and people who aren't fluent in English. Because the new rule was released in the middle of a pandemic. The lawsuit says it will impose quote unjustifiably barriers to health care on vulnerable populations at a time when access to care is as crucial as ever. In a statement, But Sarah called the shift mean unconstitutional and unbelievably immoral. A lawsuit was filed in New York. All of the states that joined in have Democratic attorneys general, including New York, Massachusetts, Oregon and Hawaii. Four k C. R w I'm Darryl sat Simon. A new study shows that fewer Latino applicants are being chosen for the commission that draws district lines for state and federal elections escaped serious castle reports..
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"I'm Dave Mattingly, the U. S. Supreme Court is striking down on Louisiana law that places restrictions on doctors who perform abortions. The vote was 5 to 4, with Chief Justice John Roberts siding with the majority. NPR's Amy held, says the law required doctors toe have hospital admitting privileges. A federal District court judge struck down Louisiana's law passed in 2014 requiring doctors to have hospital admitting privileges. In 2016 The Supreme Court struck down a nearly identical Texas law, saying the requirements create an unconstitutional obstacle to abortion access. This is the first major abortion case heard by the court, whose justice is now have a majority anti abortion rights judicial record since Justice Anthony Kennedy retired in 2018. Later this week, European Union countries will begin allowing in some tourists, um in the Corona virus pandemic. As Teri Schultz reports those travelling from the U. S won't be allowed to enter. While the U. Hasn't officially confirmed who will be granted the right for nonessential travel into the block this week. It's already clear what countries won't be on the list, and the U. S is among them. That's because the main factor in approving a country is the national epidemiological situation, compared with Europe's and US infections continue to climb. In addition, the Trump Administration has maintained its ban on European travelers lifting such bands is another condition. This is NPR news. Live from VD News on Brian what Governor Gavin Newsom has ordered the closure of bars in seven California counties and recommended their closure in some others. Ladies Queen Achim reports. Citing spikes in Corona virus cases, the governor and the state Department of Public Health mandated the closure of bars to limit community spread. Several Central Valley counties were on that list, including Fresno. Where the hospitalizations have gone up, and the number of cases per 100,000 increased by 114% in the last two weeks and closer to home. The state has recommended that Santa Clara and Contra caustic counties shut down their bars. While the number of confirmed cases has held steady in both counties. Hospitalizations have increased. I'm Queen Achim. The news, the peninsula based maker of a drug shown to help severely ill Covad 19 patients says it will charge people thousands of dollars. Those who take the treatment Gilead Sciences is thief, Foster City based company behind the drug ring Desert Year. The company announced today that it will charge more than $2000 to people covered by government health programs in the U. S and other developed countries. Juliette says it will charge more than $3000 to patients with private insurance. Critics swiftly attack the price. That's because taxpayers have funded much of the drug's development and because Rendez severe has not been shown to improve survival on Brian What? VD News More Morning edition Ahead in a few moments on CD Coming up this morning of Florida data scientist says she was fired by the state after refusing to manipulate covert 19 figures. He says the push to reopen Florida took precedence over the fax that story and more ahead artists. Nicholas.
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"I'm Dave Mattingly mourners will be gathering in Texas today for George Floyd's funeral and P. R.'s David green says the man who was killed by Minneapolis police and whose death sparked nationwide protests over police brutality will be laid to rest in Houston this is gonna all take place today at fountain of praises to a make a church here in Houston and they're gonna be celebrities there and decision to friends and family you'll you'll see the reference I'll start in the actor Jamie Foxx the rapper Ludacris former vice president Joe Biden did travel here to Houston he met with the Floyd family Monday Biden reportedly is going to pick on a video at the funeral but is not gonna be there in person there was concern that the secret service might distract from these events and then in a private ceremony George Floyd is going to be laid to rest we should say right next to his mom Attorney General William Barr tells fox news the funding police departments is not the solution to police brutality Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell agrees well even if some left wing leaders fall for this nonsense I have a feeling the American people are too smart for that that's McConnell on the Senate floor after congressional Democrats introduced a bill to overhaul police procedures and accountability nine members of the Minneapolis city council have pledged to support disbanding that city's police department this is NPR news from Washington the founding member of the pointer sisters Grammy winner Bonnie pointer has died.
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"Dave Mattingly the latest corona virus aid package before Congress tops three trillion dollars house speaker Nancy Pelosi says a third of the money would go to states and cities it also includes more direct payments to individuals and families and hazard pay for essential workers vote in the house is expected this week governors in more than two dozen states have begun easing their coronavirus restrictions Virginia's governor is doing the same this week but as NPR Sarah McCammon reports some counties near Washington DC will remain restricted Virginia governor Ralph Northam has outlined a phased reopening plans that will allow some business activities to resume on Friday for example retail stores can operate at fifty percent capacity and restaurants can offer limited outdoor dining but the governor says municipal leaders in northern Virginia have asked to push that timeline back to may twenty eighth because of a higher coronavirus infection rate in the region while no region may move faster to ease restrictions we're open to some regions moving more slowly officials say northern Virginia which borders Washington DC accounts for about seventy percent of the Commonwealth's positive corona virus tests on a typical day Sarah McCammon NPR news Virginia beach officials in Nebraska say nearly four hundred thousand people voted by mail in ballot and yesterday state primary that's a record this is NPR news and this is WNYC New York Shawn Carlson one of the largest nursing home trade groups in New York state says it's concerned about the rollout of clover nineteen testing for people who work there governor Cuomo is requiring the states six hundred and fourteen nursing homes to test their employees twice a week Stephen Hansen is the president of the New York state health care facilities association he says more testing is a good thing but the number of tests require exceeds the state's capacity this is speech to date has tested approximately one point two million and under this executive order over three hundred seventy thousand test would have to be done for a week with eclipse the state's number relatively quickly governor Cuomo's office I said the state will work with any facility that can't meet the requirement nearly a dozen churches in minority neighborhoods will offer testing for covered nineteen starting today it's part of a state initiative to expand testing among communities of color who have been hit hardest by the coronavirus churches.
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"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly an experimental drug is expected to receive emergency approval from the food and drug administration after showing positive results in the treatment of covert nineteen NPR's Joe Palca says the drug from Gilead sciences shorten patient recovery times by four days under severe is an anti viral drugs it works by gumming up the molecular machinery of virus uses to make copies of itself in the study more than a thousand hospitalized patients received either the drug or an inert placebo although the final results from the trial are still weeks off an independent committee overseeing the trial took a look at the data from the first four hundred or so patients and saw a clear signal that ran does appear was shortening hospital stays from fifteen days to eleven days it also seems to be preventing deaths from covert nineteen all of that signal was less clear cut Joe Palca NPR news the White House is social distancing guidelines are set to expire today and president trump says he won't be extending them the president notes many states have begun easing their coronavirus restrictions and more are set to do so next week the mayor of Los Angeles as any city residents seeking a corona virus test can have one at no charge regardless of symptoms mayor Eric Garcetti says those showing symptoms will have priority this is NPR news from Washington the chairman of the federal reserve Jerome Powell says the fed will continue to do whatever's necessary to support the U. S. economy he says that includes keeping short term interest rates near zero the fed wrapped up its latest policy meeting yesterday a federal judge has unsealed four pages of documents related to president trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn they pertain to the F. B. I.'s interview of Flynn more than three years ago NPR's Ryan Lucas says the documents include a hand written note they were written in January of twenty seventeen one of them is a hand written note it's not entirely clear who wrote it or the exact circumstances under which was written and it appears to show that in internal debater core talking points of some sort within the FBI about how to handle the Flynn case and Flynn interview and that includes whether what it would be useful to use the investigation to confront plan if he lies to agents in their interview about his contact with the Russians the agent writes quote what is our goal truth admission or to get him to lie so we can prosecute him or get him fired Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI his lawyers are now seeking to withdraw Flynn's guilty plea moments ago the labor department reported the latest numbers on new claims for unemployment benefits in the U. S. they jumped by more than three point eight million last week that ad that's added to the more than twenty six million over the previous five weeks I'm Dave Mattingly and on this Thursday morning you are listening to Casey R. W. I'm cherry Glazer good to have you here as you just heard from NPR new jobless numbers out and they are definitely a doozy will have more coverage on that coming up throughout the show and hear about the possible implications for the job market meanwhile.
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"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly Georgia governor Brian Kemp is defending his decision to begin easing corona virus restrictions statewide meal Moffett with member station W. A. B. E. in Atlanta says camp was among the first to do so Kinfay sharp criticism from many when he announced the hair salons gyms in bowling alleys could re opened last Friday followed by dine in restaurants among those who chastised the conservative governor was president trump camp downplayed the president's remarks he knows like on we cannot continue this way economically we're looking at depression like unemployment we are you know facing hardships now of trying to feed everybody Kim said the increasing availability of code nineteen tests and hospital beds in Georgia factored in his decision to partially reopen for NPR news I'm a meal Moffett in Atlanta the governors of more than a dozen states are easing restrictions this week president trump has issued new guidelines for states to ramp up testing for the corona virus with a focus on governors being able to ease those restrictions we are continuing to rapidly expand our capacity and confident that we have enough testing to begin re opening and the reopening process we want to get our country open the president's blueprint calls for states to step up testing over the next week hard hit states such as New York would be able to test at double the rate of other states the centers for disease control and prevention is expanding the list of people considered a priority for testing they include those who show no symptoms of covert nineteen but who work in high risk settings such as nursing homes the federal government's loan program for small businesses hurt by the virus ran into more problems yesterday NPR's Giles Snyder says there were computer problems has the system resume taking new loan applications president trump ignores the for album at Monday's coronavirus briefing I heard there was a glitch will find out whether or not that so certainly it did work out very well for the original amount of money this is the second time outs and I'll find out about that we'll find we're relying on the banks to go out and do an accurate job trade groups including the American bankers association the industry's largest said lenders were frustrated because they had trouble accessing the system run by the small business administration the SBA says changes it made to the way it accepts applications appear to have caused the problem the system also had trouble during the first round with the initial three hundred forty nine billion dollars in funding was quickly depleted trial Snyder NPR news Wall Street futures are higher this morning following another day of gains the Dow added three hundred fifty eight points yesterday or one and a half percent the S. and P. five hundred and the nasdaq each gained more than one percent this is NPR news from Washington adidas says first quarter earnings were down sharply because of the corona virus the pandemic forced the maker of sports apparel and shoes to close seventy percent of its stores worldwide including many in the US and in Europe the centers for disease control and prevention says it's sending teams to Virginia Maryland and Delaware to try to contain outbreaks of the corona virus at poultry plants then pave your with member station BPM reports from Richmond these outbreaks are centered on two plants that employ about three thousand people Virginia governor Ralph Northam many of them do not speak English as their first language and the close quarters of the house and makes measures such as isolation and quarantine even more difficult poultry plants along the peninsula in Maryland and Delaware have also seen outbreaks a trade group for the region's plants told the Baltimore sun the plants would have to destroy nearly two million chickens because of staffing shortages caused by the virus some workers say they've been given little information or protective gear by their employers the team from the CDC will assess the outbreak and try to ramp up testing for NPR news I'm Bente year and Richmond in Wisconsin police say they're investigating the shooting deaths of five people at a house in Milwaukee the city's police chief says officers responded to a nine one one call yesterday morning where they discovered the bodies the dead ranged in age from fourteen to forty one police say the person who called police was taken into custody they believe the gunman acted alone I'm Dave Mattingly NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the Andrew W. Mellon foundation guided by the belief that the arts and humanities are essential to the well being of diverse and democratic societies learn more at Mellon dot org and the Annie E. Casey foundation good morning this is W. NYC I'm Kristin as.
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"I'm Dave Mattingly severe storms and tornadoes are blamed for at least nineteen deaths in Mississippi Arkansas Georgia and South Carolina tornadoes killed eleven people in Mississippi and Cleveland Tennessee pastor Dennis Hicks says his church was destroyed we're looking forward to sometime in the future maybe to start building it back in doing the repairs necessary the National Weather Service has posted tornado watches this morning from northern Florida to southeast Virginia Dr Anthony Fauci says it's conceivable parts of the U. S. could begin opening up next month as part of what he calls a rolling re entry as new coronavirus infections go down and areas emerge from restrictions on nonessential travel the leading expert on the White House coronavirus task force says that's provided health officials can quickly identify and isolate those likely to become infected NPR's Tim mak says president trump still has critics of how he's responding to the global pandemic the president said he would waive license requirements so that doctors could practice in different states but medical licensing is a state issue when the president does not have the authority to waive this he said he would purchase large amounts of oil for the U. S. strategic reserve but he has not yet secured funds from Congress to do so and that still hasn't across the US the virus has killed more than twenty two thousand people this is NPR news from Washington live from KQED news I'm Devin Katayama governor Gavin Newsom announced over the weekend at his office plans to divert one hundred million dollars to supplement child care for central workers KQED Susie Neilson gives us the breakdown of how the money will be distributed the funds would be split fifty fifty the first fifty million will provide vouchers for families who meet certain requirements they can use those at a range of settings but it's unclear when the funds themselves will kick in or how many for parents would help centers they can't open anyway during the lockdown we've been trying figure sleep for about ten years to build up an emergency fund that's a less low executive.
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"In Washington I'm Dave Mattingly British prime minister Boris Johnson remains in intensive care at a hospital in London his spokesman says the prime minister is in stable condition and receiving oxygen to deal with the corona virus Johnson is not on a ventilator NPR's Frank Langfitt says Johnson seems to be maintaining his upbeat nature even after he was admitted to the hospital yesterday he tweeted that he was in good spirits and you know it had this sort of rallying cry we're gonna fight this virus and keep everybody safe so it is a little hard to tell exactly what his situation is right now and and that's probably the biggest thing on the minds of the people here in the United Kingdom Johnson is fifty five years old this is primary day in Wisconsin where the National Guard is running polling sites because of the virus thousands of election workers resigned to head up the voting over health concerns NPR's Giles Snyder reports Wisconsin's democratic governor Tony Eberts had tried to postpone the election for two months over safety concerns and a lack of poll workers but the state Supreme Court sided with Republicans willing Evers does not have the authority to postpone in person voting despite stay at home orders and a ban on public gatherings in a separate case the US Supreme Court rejected an attempt to extend absentee voting in Wisconsin on Wall Street the Dow was up four hundred fifty two points this is NPR news from KCRW on cherry Glazer with state and local headlines millions of Californians are staying home and that appears to be flattening the curve but California's number of Kobe nineteen cases is not expected to peak for several more weeks and governor Gavin Newsom says to keep those numbers low we all need to keep staying home the models mean nothing if we begin to step back and change our behavior by getting cabin fever and no longer practicing physical distance the physical distancing is working there more than fourteen thousand confirm covert nineteen cases in California but not enough testing to ensure that number's accurate Newsome says he's working on lining up thousands of additional hospital beds to meet an expected surge in the number of patients California court officials have agreed to halt proceedings that could lead to addictions are foreclosures during the corona virus and to eliminate bail for misdemeanor a low level felony cases in all the judicial council the policy making body for the state court system approved eleven of merchants he measures yesterday to keep essential services and protect people from the novel coronavirus KCRW's Darrell Samson has the details it usually takes months of debate and deliberations to make even one of the changes approved by the judicial council but officials say the pandemic eliminated the luxury of time the move to end cash bail for relatively minor cases is designed to keep defendants safe it echoes a similar policy that was enacted in LA county by district attorney Jackie Lacey last week dozens of inmates in jail and prison workers have contracted the novel coronavirus and officials fear a health catastrophe if the virus spreads widely in the inmate population meanwhile governor Gavin Newsom has already called for a moratorium on the fictions but this judicial order goes further by suspending all court summons judgments and walk out orders one proposal that was debated but not adopted would have revoked the rights of criminal defendants to appear in person at pre trial proceedings but it was opposed by defense attorneys California Chief Justice Tani Cantil soccer a said that court rooms were now so empty that hearings could be held with appropriate distancing for Casey R. W. I'm Carole saxman and crime has dipped substantially in LA as most Angelenos stayed home last month due to the pandemic police chief Michael Moore says the city saw reductions in crime in almost every category except auto theft for an overall drop of twenty three percent compared to a year ago support for NPR comes from T. Rowe price offering a strategic investing approach with a long term perspective aimed at helping investors feel confident through a variety of market conditions.
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"I'm Dave Mattingly president trump is disputing a watchdog report that finds many hospitals in the US are facing severe shortages of corona virus testing supplies NPR's child Snyder reports on the president's comments at the latest White House task force briefing the president told reporters at the report's findings are wrongly suggested politics may have played a part and demanded to know when health and human resources acting inspector general Christie Graham was appointed the IG's report is based on a telephone survey of more than three hundred hospitals conducted in late March it paints a dire picture of hospitals facing equipment and testing shortages as well as burnout among staff new York's governor Andrew Cuomo says he's extending the state's stay home order through the end of April with new data suggesting social distancing is working president trump and democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden spoke by phone yesterday about the country's response to the corona virus pandemic and P. R. sauce McAuliffe reports trump described the conversation as wonderful and warm dividing campaigns at the former vice president offered several suggestions the trump administration could take now to address the ongoing pandemic the context for this call goes back to last week when one of trump's advisors questioned why Biden was criticizing the president rather than calling the White House to offer support this is NPR news from Washington California's governor says his state will loan hundreds of ventilators to the national stockpile to help other states dealing with large numbers of covert nineteen patients NPR's to Wayne brown reports ventilators are one of the most important tools hospitals used to keep covert nineteen patients in the most critical condition alive but many hospitals in New York and elsewhere won't have enough available for certain patients in the coming weeks governor Gavin Newsom is loaning out five hundred ventilators from California where the virus is expected to peak in may because of the delayed federal response Newsome is hoping more states will work together to share supplies so far New York status and for more than forty seven hundred deaths the most in the country Duane brown NPR news Los Angeles British prime minister Boris Johnson remains in intensive care at a hospital in London cabinet minister Michael go says Johnson is conscious and has been receiving oxygen but he says he's not on a ventilator Johnson is fifty five years old Britain's Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab is in charge of the government with Johnson hospitalized Tokyo in six regions of Japan under a state of emergency because of the corona virus the designation came earlier today from prime minister Shinzo Ave the prime minister is vowing there will be no sweeping lockdowns there I'm Dave Mattingly NPR news in Washington time now is three thirty three it's KQED public radio what can you do with a tin of sardines in a can of chickpeas are you bored with your own cooking yet on the next fresh air we talk about cooking at a time of social.
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"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly president trump continues to promote an anti malaria drug as a possible treatment for the corona virus has health officials caution it's not been proven safe or effective for covert nineteen patients percent P. R.'s Franco were down yes president trump said the federal government has stockpiled twenty nine million doses of hydrochloric when to treat the corona virus trump repeated a line he has used many times before what do you have to lose when discussing the controversial treatment I've seen things that I sort of like so what do I know I'm not a doctor I'm not a doctor but I have common sense when a reporter shot past Dr Anthony Fauci a member of the task force who has said there's no evidence of the drug's benefit against the virus president trump interrupted before doctor felt she could answer Franco or Dona as NPR news many governors say they're frustrated with the federal government's response to the corona virus pandemic as NPR's Joel rose reports the governor say they're not getting enough help from the trump administration to secure a central medical supplies to treat covert nineteen patients the nation's governors have complained for weeks that they've been forced to compete with each other and FEMA to buy crucial supplies like masks and ventilators here's Illinois governor JB Pritzker I've given up on the federal government honestly you know really showing up in the way that I think we all would have expected them to the trump administration argues that the states should play a bigger role in finding the medical supplies to combat the corona virus epidemic the Pritzker says the crisis is too big for states to handle individually it's called the Federal Emergency Management Agency for a reason he said toll roads NPR news officials in New York say a tiger at the Bronx zoo has a confirmed case of covert nineteen and P. R.'s Hannah Hageman says it marks the first known coronavirus infection of an animal in the U. S. S. their limited reports of animal infections worldwide and according to federal officials this is the first ever tiger to contract the virus and the only documented animal in the U. S. to test positive for corona virus the Bronx zoo said in a statement that in a symptomatic care taker infected the four year old female Malayan tiger six other big cats have since developed a dry cough this first confirmed case opens up questions on how the virus spreads between animal populations but the big cats are expected to recover Hanna Hagerman NPR news gasoline prices in the U. S. continue falling because of the effects of the corona virus on commuters school systems travel tourism and other businesses triple a says nationwide gas is averaging about one ninety three a gallon it's down about eight cents a gallon from a week ago triple a says it's forty seven cents less than one month ago this is NPR news from Washington stock markets in Asia finished higher today after Italy and France reported smaller increases in their daily death tolls from the corona virus Japan's Nikkei index gained more than four percent stocks in South Korea added more than three and a half percent Hong Kong's hang Seng rose more than two percent markets in China were closed today Wall Street futures are higher this morning Dow futures are up almost eight hundred points nasdaq futures are up more than three hundred the intelligence community's inspector general who was fired last week by president trump is pushing back saying he did nothing wrong the president says Michael Atkinson did a terrible job NPR Scott Newman reports Michael Atkinson is the one who alerted Congress last year of the whistleblower complaint that was filed about president trump's controversy phone call with Ukraine's president he's been given thirty days notice by trump who says he lost confidence in the inspector general but in a statement on Sunday the inspector general pushed back suggesting that the president's decision to dismiss him was because he was doing his job that's N. P. R. Scott Newman the Taliban are accusing the U. S. and the Afghan government of violating a peace agreement the militant group signed with the trump administration in February the Taliban are warning they will resume violent attacks if the violations continue in particular the group cites US drone attacks against civilians a spokesman for the US military denies the Taliban's delegation calling it baseless militant group is also criticizing that that the delayed release of five thousand Taliban prisoners I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington.
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"And ice driving this weather takes some getting used to it's been quite awhile since we've had heavy snow in the middle of a commute they're gonna be some spots on the roads that are gonna be slippery and in some cases probably very slippery thinker says the state's transportation department plans to deploy more than twenty seven hundred plows throughout the remainder of the storm for NPR news I'm Tory Bedford in Boston this is NPR news from Washington damaged homes and power outages are reported in the Philippines were a typhoon made landfall earlier today NPR's Julie McCarthy in Manila says the storm came ashore with top sustained winds of nearly one hundred miles per hour Philippine forecasters predict continuous heavy rains with isolated intense showers over the capital and central Luzon the country's main island the storm moved across the archipelago postponing hundreds of flights closing government offices and suspending classes the Coast Guard has canceled commercial see trouble pictures posted on social media show homes damaged by falling trees corrugated roofs ripped off and electricity poles down the store has disrupted the southeast Asian Games being staged near Subic Bay were water sports including surfing and kayaking were delayed the typhoon is on track to pass out of the Philippines by late morning Wednesday Julie McCarthy NPR news Manila there are no immediate reports of damage or injuries in Chile following a strong earthquake struck off the country's northern coast this morning the US Geological Survey says the quake had a magnitude of six point now state TV in Iran is acknowledging the country's security forces shot and killed what it calls rioters in several cities during recent protests over sharp hikes in gasoline prices the Iranian government isn't saying how many Amnesty International says it believes at least two hundred eight people were killed in the demonstrations Iran's mission to the U. N. disputes that number gasoline prices Enron recently rose by at least fifty percent I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington support for NPR comes from the Gruber family foundation supporting NPR's.
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"In Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. The national weather service says dangerous record cold is moving into the upper mid west overnight. Lows of twenty to thirty degrees below zero are expected in northern Illinois and parts of Wisconsin. And Minnesota that's over the next couple of days public schools in Minneapolis are closed through tomorrow. Chuck Hornbach with member station. W W M has more from Milwaukee. Milwaukee public schools are remaining closed today. Those staff are being asked to report to their school a state university. Wisconsin whitewater plans to halt classes late this afternoon and not reopened until Friday weather. Forecasters say parts of Wisconsin may stay below zero through Thursday. Forecasters say wind chill temperatures of minus sixty or possible warnings are posted over a wide area. No change in US. Interest rates is expected at this week's meeting of the Federal Reserve Steve Beck nurse. Reports. Wall Street will be watching for signals from fed chairman Jerome Powell last month fed policymakers not only raised short-term rates for the fourth time of the year. They said further rate hikes will be needed Wall Street reacted so badly Powell pledged patients, so fed watchers would be surprised if rates are raised again this soon, but they hope for clear signals from Powell on win more hikes might come. This is NPR news from Washington. Roger stone is due in federal court today in Washington. President Trump's former campaign adviser is expected to plead not guilty to charges that include lying to congress and witness tampering though stem from special counsel Robert Muller's investigation of Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election, they deal with hack democratic emails obtained by WikiLeaks. California's Senator comma Harris was in Iowa last night a day after launching her twenty twenty democratic presidential campaign. Klay masters with Iowa public radio reports Senator Harris answered questions from an audience at Drake university in Des Moines, she says she will not vote for a wall along the southern US border under any circumstances. Harris was asked by a deferred action for childhood arrivals recipient how she would protect people like her in their families. We should not be trading on your your life for the sake of the political games that this president is playing in trying to vilify young. People like you who are doing nothing except being productive and believing in and living. The American dream. Here is also says she supports a Medicare for all proposal and the green new deal. That's a plan that focuses on reforms to the country's energy system and addresses climate change, the Iowa caucuses will be held in a little more than a year for NPR news. I'm claim masters in Des Moines in Hawaii police say a suspected drunk driver crashed a pickup into pedestrians at a crowded intersection in Honolulu last night, three people were killed. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington, and I'm Cheri Glazer. And you are listening to Casey are downtown Los Angeles north wanted Alvarado gang reports of a car fire. There apparently blocking the off ramp.
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
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
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
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
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
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.
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.
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
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
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
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.
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
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