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All Things Considered

00:55 min | 29 min ago

Fresh update on "david folkenflik" discussed on All Things Considered

"From NPR news. Before moderating Last night's debate, Fox News host Chris Wallace had said he wanted to be as invisible as possible. He didn't get that chance. President Trump was intent on disrupting Joe Biden, reducing biting at times to name calling. And Wallace ended up sounding like this. The country would be better served if we allowed both people to speak with fewer interruptions. I'm appealing to you, sir. To do this, sir, you'll be happy. I'm about to pick up on one of your points. I'd like you will have people on the moderator. In this debate, and I would like you to let me ask my question to talk about Chris Wallace's performance and what it suggests for future debates were joined by NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik. Let's start by acknowledging Wallace is a veteran journalist. He's moderated a presidential debate before he's even interviewed President Trump. How did he lose control of the debate last night? Well, I thought he'd lost it Pretty early on. You heard him atone one point by 8.5 minutes in, say, you know, and now we'll have open discussion, which you know, you might think. Might Segway the Lincoln Douglas debates, but the Lincoln Douglas debates It was not He then led to a question of one point Marquis Wallace a few minutes later asked the president about his plans to replace Obamacare and health care, and Trump essentially interrupted him. Might have been 12 13 times in row. It was very hard for Wallace to finish a sentence. Much less asked the question, And from that point on, it was pretty clear that Trump was going to trample any notion of order any notion of structure any notion of difference to allow his opponent to actually say something before knocking him down? Did Wallace have just cut President Trump's Mike? That wasn't a tool available with Wallace or the producers. Just this afternoon, the Commission on presidential debates, which is really bipartisan creation of the two parties. Released a statement kind of acknowledging this this tsunami of public criticism of the format of ultimately what was presented to the public and said that there would be a new structures put in place and new tools afforded effectively the moderator to ensure that this would be a more fluid and a more constructive event. Now I got to say that people should remember that the two campaigns negotiate with the commission on pretty much every rule from the height of the podium and lecterns. To the temperature of the air conditioning in the room. So the idea that these Khun B sort of an edict can be issued by the commission is just not true. And indeed, after the commission statement, the Trump campaign came out and said, Look, that sounds like it's moving the goal posts and changing the rules mid game. Ah, hardly fair way to proceed will see what kinds of changes the commission is able to wrangle. So if if Wallace used all of the tools he had to control this debate, Could anyone really do a better job? Considering the situation? You know a lot of really experience. Inventor and journalists had say, you take a moment and say they're for the grace of God go. I ve Chris Wallace is, as you mentioned the top tough. He's smart. He's a really good interviewer. He's been a good moderator in the past. I think he could have stepped out of his very nonpartisan self. Very fair minded, self and sort of said to the president. Mr President. Why do you feel able to such a, You know, striking degree not to adhere to the rules that you and your campaign agreed to for this very event, And it would have atleast place that question on the record in front of the million tens of millions of voters who may not have been paying attention, but I think it was a very tough assignment has approved the president a bulldozer. Yeah, with the 20 seconds or so I have with you What value was there in last night's performance? I mean, many people are talking about Should there even be others? Well, I think you could look at one of two ways. There was very, very little in the way of substantive policy or any any sense of what a second Trump Administration or Excuse me. A second term would do for the voters of America. On the other hand, I think certain truths about the candidates were revealed about their nature. Their character and how they wanted to address the American public that for.

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Fresh update on "david folkenflik" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:40 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "david folkenflik" discussed on All Things Considered

"To give me a definition because I really don't know where they are. I can always say they have to stand down. Let law enforcement do their work. Law enforcement will do the work More and more. As people see how bad this radical liberal Democrat movement isn't how weak the law enforcement's gonna come back stronger and stronger. The group has shown up at protests against police violence in the Pacific Northwest and clashed with some of those demonstrators. Democrat Joe Biden during last night's debate, called Trump a racist and accused the president of seeking to so racist hatred and division. Commission that sponsors the presidential debates says it will devise new tools to help ensure more constructive discussions This fall. NPR's David Folkenflik reports President Trump ran roughshod last night over his opponent, Joe Biden, and the moderator Chris Wallace of Fox News. Trump attacked Biden, his family and Wallace himself. Issues were often left on the sidelines. ABC is George Stephanopoulos called it the worst debate he's seen in his decades long life in politics and journalism. CNN's Jake Tapper called it a hot mess inside a Dumpster fire. CNN's Dana bash. Well, I probably can't repeat what she said live on the air unless I want NPR stations to incur huge finds. The commission says the debate quote made clear that additional structure should be added to the format to ensure a more orderly discussion of the issues. And it promised more tools from moderators to quote maintain order. Presumably, both candidates would have to agree, and Trump's campaign says that would move the goal posts and change the rules mid match. David Folkenflik. NPR NEWS The House is expected to vote today on a $2.2 trillion Corona virus relief measure that there have been sources on the Hill, saying that vote could be delayed. NPR's calc snow reports. The vote comes as Democrats and Republicans remain divided over the latest round of covered related relief. After their latest meeting at the Capitol, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin say they're still unable to come to an agreement. Both said they'd made some progress. But Pelosi announced that the House will move forward with a vote on the latest offer from Democrats. That bill includes money for state and local governments, more direct payments to individuals and a return of the expired $600 in weekly federal unemployment benefits. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has already dismissed that bill and has been skeptical that a deal could be reached. I think Dr Mnuchin on the speaker continue to speak. But we're very, very far apart. Lawmakers had hoped to approve new aide before the election in November. Kelsey Snell NPR NEWS Washington Senators approved to build funding the government through December. 11th. This is NPR. And this is WNBC in New York. I'm David. First, an estimated 4200 Children in New York state have lost a parent to covert 19. That's according to a new study from the United Hospital Fund. The group also estimates 325,000 Children are now living in or near poverty due to a parent losing work during the pandemic. Reports co author Susanne Brundage says those families will need extra help to meet their basic needs, and we're talking very basic needs support with rent support for food health insurance. Report says Black and Latino Children were more likely to be affected by death or job loss in their families. That's due to the disproportionate toll of the Corona virus on communities of color. New York City has about 3600 contacts, tracers reaching out to people who test positive for the Corona virus. But City Council Health Committee chairman Mark Levin says fewer than a half dozen of those contact tracers speak Yiddish. The main language for many in the Orthodox communities where the virus has seen a large uptick in recent days. It reflects a failure to adapt To the cultural needs militaristic needs of this community testing and tracing Corps head. Dr. Ted Long says he's working to hire more Yiddish speakers. In the meantime, he says, the agency is working with various local groups and religious leaders to get the word out. So that community members will get tested. New York City restaurants can welcome customers indoors for dining. Starting today, at a quarter capacity. Establishments must distance tables at least, 6 FT apart, and staff are required to wear masks. Narrative. Lazio says inspectors will be out in force to make sure businesses are in compliance. We want to have a situation where everyone follows the rules, and no one is penalized. We certainly don't want to see any restaurants shut down. But we need to be very rigorous everywhere in the city, but particularly in the ZIP codes in Brooklyn, Queens, where we're having a problem right now. Restaurants that enclose dining areas on the street will have to count that towards their indoor capacity. 68 degrees now, dropping down to a 58 overnight. Tonight will be mostly sunny and warm tomorrow. A high of 77. Support for NPR comes from Eric and Wendy Schmidt through the Schmidt Family Foundation, working together to create a just world where all people have access to renewable energy, clean air and water and healthy food on the Web at the Schmidt dot org's It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Tanya, mostly in Culver City, California and I'm Ari Shapiro in Washington. Even some Republicans are criticizing President Trump for being too hot during last night's wild debate, and the independent Commission that organizes the debates, says it is looking at additional structure and plans to announce new measures for a more orderly discussion in the next two debates..

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The World

00:40 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "david folkenflik" discussed on The World

"Against police violence in the Pacific Northwest and clashed with some of those demonstrators. Democrat Joe Biden during last night's debate, called Trump a racist and accused the president of seeking to so racist hatred and division. Commission that sponsors the presidential debates says it will devise new tools to help ensure more constructive discussions This fall. NPR's David Folkenflik reports President Trump ran roughshod last night over his opponent, Joe Biden, and the moderator Chris Wallace of Fox News. Trump attacked Biden, his family and Wallace himself. Issues were often left on the sidelines. ABC is George Stephanopoulos called it the worst debate he's seen in his decades long life in politics and journalism. CNN's Jake Tapper called it a hot mess inside a Dumpster fire. CNN's Dana bash. Well, I probably can't repeat what she said live on the air unless I want NPR stations to incur huge finds. The commission says the debate quote made clear that additional structure should be added to the format to ensure a more orderly discussion of the issues. And it promised more tools from moderators to quote maintain order. Presumably, both candidates would have to agree, and Trump's campaign says that would move the goal posts and change the rules mid match. David Folkenflik. NPR NEWS The House is expected to vote today on a $2.2 trillion Corona virus relief measure that there have been sources on the Hill, saying that vote could be delayed. NPR's Kelsey's now reports. The vote comes as Democrats and Republicans remain divided over the latest round of corporate related relief. After their latest meeting at the Capitol. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin say they're still unable to come to an agreement. Both said they've made some progress. But Pelosi announced that the House will move forward with a vote on the latest offer from Democrats. That bill includes money for state and local governments, more direct payments to individuals and a return of the expired $600 in weekly federal unemployment benefits. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has already dismissed that bill and has been skeptical that a deal could be reached. I think Dr Mnuchin on the speaker continue to speak. But we're very, very far apart. Lawmakers had hoped to approve new aide before the election in November. Kelsey Snell NPR NEWS Washington Senators approved a bill funding the government through December. 11th. This is NPR. Corona virus outbreak within a pro football team is prompting the National Football League for the first time to postpone a game due to the pandemic. NPR is Tom Goldman says the Tennessee Titans and the Pittsburgh Steelers will not be playing as planned this Sunday. The NFL says the Titans Steelers game is postponed until either Monday or Tuesday. The move quote will allow additional time for further daily covert 19 testing and ensure the health and safety of players, coaches and game day personnel. It comes after 1/4 Titans player tested positive. Yesterday, the NFL announced eight Tennessee players and personnel were positive, prompting a shutdown of team facilities. Meanwhile, the league has issued a strongly worded memo reminding coaches again toe wear facemasks during games. Several have been fined for not following that rule, which doesn't apply to players. The memo Warren's lack of compliance could result in suspensions and loss of draft picks. Tom Goldman, NPR News health insurance company Anthem is agreeing to another multi million dollar settlement over a cyber attack that exposed the personal information. Nearly 79 million people. Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance companies, saying today will pay 39 a half million dollars settlement investigation by a group of state attorneys general Anthem says it was the last open investigation into a 2015 cyber attack. Company provides health insurance for 42 million people. Repeating this hour's top story. The senator sent President Trump a bill to fund the government through December 11th, averting the possibility of a shutdown on Wall Street. Today the Dow is up 329 points. I'm Jack Spear, NPR news. Support.

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Fresh update on "david folkenflik" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:33 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "david folkenflik" discussed on All Things Considered

"And we have with us now, David Folkenflik to talk more about last night's presidential debate. Whether he David to talk about Chris Wallace's performance and what it suggests for future debates. Let's start by acknowledging Wallace is a veteran journalist. He's moderated a presidential debate before he's even interviewed President Trump How did he lose control of the debate last night? Well, I thought he'd lost it Pretty early on. You heard him at one point about 8.5 minutes in, say, you know, And now we'll have open discussion, which you know, you might think. Might Segway the Lincoln Douglas debates, but the Lincoln Douglas debates It was not It, then lead to Ah question At one point, Marquis Wallace a few minutes later asked the president about his plans to replace Obamacare and health care, and Trump essentially interrupted him. Might have been 12 13 times in row. It was very hard for Wallace to finish a sentence. Much less asked the question, And from that point on, it was pretty clear that Trump was going to trample any notion of order any notion of structure any notion of difference to allow his opponent to actually say something before knocking him down? Did Wallace have have just cut President tribes trumps Mike. It wasn't a tool that was available to him on and you know, you want some question whether Wallace or anyone else could have done more, And I think it's possible to have tried to do so with questions. But that wasn't a tool available with Wallace or the producers. Just this afternoon, the commission on presidential debates, which is really a bipartisan Creation of the two parties released a statement kind of acknowledging this. This tsunami of public criticism of the format of ultimately what was presented to the public on DH said that the there would be a new structures put in place and new tools afforded effectively the moderator to ensure that that that this would be a more fluid. In a more constructive event. Now I got to say that people should remember that the two campaigns negotiate with the commission on pretty much every rule from the height of the podium and lecterns to the temperature of the air conditioning in the room. And so the idea that these Khun B sort of an edict can be issued by the commission is just not true. And indeed, after the commission statement, the Trump campaign came out and said, Look, that sounds like it's moving the goal posts and changing the rules mid game. Ah, hardly fair way to proceed will see what kinds of changes the commission is able to wrangle. So if if Wallace used all of the tools he had to control this debate, could anyone really do a better job? Considering the situation? You know a lot of really experience. Inventor and journalists had say, you take a moment and say they're for the grace of God go. I ve Chris Wallace is, as you mentioned the top tough. He's smart. He's a really good interviewer. He's been a good moderator in the past. I think he could have stepped out of his very nonpartisan self on very fair minded self. Ah, and sort of said to the president, Mr President. Why do you feel able to such a, You know, striking degree not to adhere to the rules that you and your campaign agreed to for this very event, And it would have atleast placed that question on the record in front of the million tens of millions of voters who may not have been paying attention, but I think it was a very tough assignment is approved The president's bulldozer. Yeah, with the 20 seconds or so I have with you What value was there in last night's performance? I mean, many people are talking about should there even be others? Well, I think you could look at one of two ways. There was very, very little in the way of substantive policy or any any sense of what a second Trump administration or Excuse me. Ah, second term would do for the voters of America. On the other hand, I think certain truths about the candidates were revealed about their nature, their character and how they wanted to address the American public that for better for worse, we saw loud and clear. NPR's David Folkenflik..

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Here & Now

02:25 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "david folkenflik" discussed on Here & Now

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"david folkenflik" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:26 min | 2 months ago

"david folkenflik" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm David Folkenflik. A pair of recent events have put journalists covering protests at the centre of Investigations by law enforcement and the Department of Homeland Security. First in Seattle journalist from the Seattle Times and for local TV stations went to court to prevent the city's police department from viewing their unpublished photos and videos. Police say they want to see the material in order to identify people who set squad cars on fire and stole two police weapons in a May protest that turned chaotic. The Police Department subpoena and a judge's decision that the material must be turned over has drawn widespread criticism from media advocate groups who call it a violation of press freedoms. It was also revealed last week that the Department of Homeland Security had been compiling intelligence dossiers on journalists writing about protests in Portland, The Washington Post reported on these VHS intelligence reports, which were focused on two journalists who tweeted out leaked documents from the agency. Once more raising concerns about challenges to press freedoms. I'm joined now by one of the journalist named in those homeland security intelligence reports the editor in chief of the law Fair Blawg. Benjamin witness, Benjamin. Welcome. Thank you. And I'm also joined by Michelle Matassa Flores. She's executive editor of the Seattle Times. Welcome to you, Michelle. Thank you, Michelle Flores. I'm going to start with you. You've written that your objection to the Seattle Police department. Reviewing the 90 minutes of video footage they seek is twofold. You said your objections based on a philosophical foundation and also in protecting the physical safety of journalists. What you mean by that? Well, first of all, David, this subpoenaed by the Seattle police Department, it does in danger. The independence of the media were out there covering these protests Right now. This just happens to be the story of the day. But we're out independently covering organizations, public officials and private businesses every day. And we need to remain independent from those we cover and the subpoena can make it appear that we're an arm of law enforcement. So extending from that are journalists right now who are out there covering the protest, particularly photojournalist there very easily identifiable, and protesters who don't want to be photographed are resistant our people being on the scene and we've had photographers and videographers chased rocks thrown at their heads. They've been punched. Right now, The best we can do is tell those people that we are independent of law enforcement, contrary to their fears were not there trying to get them in trouble. The subpoena puts our people at risk on the street and I would add 1/3 element to our concerns. Which is that you know, there's a perception among some across the country and in the White House that the media are the enemy of the people instead of being the protector of the public and a proxy for the public. We are there to report the facts and to document current events and to record history. I want to turn now to the level of federal authorities. Benjamin, which I should mention the acting secretary of Homeland Security, Chad Wolf on Friday after the Washington Post story ordered that the intelligence shop at D Chess stopped collecting information on journalists. Said he was announcing investigation figure out what was happening and then reassigned the acting chief of the intelligence shop. So I want to be clear for listeners the story still developing yet you obtained the D. H s reports in which your name your activities are mentioned what was in them? Well, it's kind of odd, but what was in them was my tweets. My Twitter feed goes out to you about 400,000 people. And so it's hardly of private document. But DHHS seems to have prepared on intelligence report about each of two tweets that showed images of internal DHHS intelligence and analysis. Memoranda and emails and in each case, the intelligence and analysis unit, which is called a filed an intelligence report. Summarising the tweed and with an image of the tweet and authorized the dissemination of that to state and local law enforcement, as well as too far and intelligence partners. Details not only permitted but expected to collect and share information and intelligence about homeland security threats. What do you find so troubling about these reports? Involving the government's review of your tweets, which are obviously publicly posted. My problem honestly is not with the fact that my tweet was shared. That is to be expected, and it's perfectly reasonable. It's the fact that they were shared in the form of intelligence work product. And my concern about that is not on my own behalf. It's actually on the behalf of protesters, because if it's OK to do what they did to me, which is to take purely First Amendment protected activity I journalism And make it the basis for public record intelligence collection. I don't see why it's not okay to collect on people simply because they are engaged in protests, which is also a first Amendment protected activity. Same thing really. And so I'm concerned that if what they did with me is okay. It's actually the tip of a much larger iceberg. I want to turn down back to Seattle, Michelle Flores in Seattle. A spokesperson for the Police department tells NPR that in typical cases when police seek evidence they obtained a search warrant, but that in rare cases where evidence is held by the media state law requires evidence be gathered by way of a subpoena. They argue. They followed the exact process described by state law for this kind of situation. They did take the first step that's required, but under our shield law, they have to meet a four part test to get the material. Now. The judge in this case ruled that they did meet the four parts of this test across the threshold. We disagree. Those requirements are that the material is highly relevant and material. But it's critical and necessary to the investigation that there's a compelling public interest and that the police have exhausted all other measures to solve their case. We are arguing that they did not exhaust all those measures, and one or two of the other elements are arguable also, so we will be appealing the case. And lastly, I wanted to ask each of you in turn, perhaps starting with you, Michelle Matassa Flores. Do you see any through line between what you've experienced in recent days in these two episodes? Is there anything that Ties together. The experiences journalists are going through. Yes, absolutely. You know, I think we're at a critical point in history right now, when you look at the role of the media Found what our protections are. You know, this industry was protected in the Constitution that was written into the Constitution for a reason. Our role is fundamental to democracy. It sounds kind of schlocky, but it's true. And I think whether it's a city law enforcement agency going after unpublished material or a federal government building dossiers on journalists. Yes, these things are definitely all connected. Benjamin witness. What would you say? I would say the through line is that the federal government and for that matter, a CZ, Michelle points out. The state governments are having trouble deciding who journalists are. And so in one situation, there's a confusion about whether the journalists are the arm of the state. And in the other situation, there's a confusion about whether the journalists or the arm of the protesters, and I think what Michelle is eloquently. Said, is which she's neither and I would feel the same way and I don't want to be collected by the government, and I also don't want to be grouped in with the protesters for purposes of surveillance. Benjamin witnesses. A senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and editor in chief of the Blogged Lawfare. He was one of the journalist named in intelligence dossiers that were compiled and then disavowed by the US Department of Homeland Security. We've also heard from Michelle Matassa Flores, She's executive editor of The Seattle Times. The paper has been in court along with four local TV stations, fighting a subpoena from the Seattle Police Department for access to unpublished photos and videos. Thank you both for joining me. Thank you, David..

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James Murdoch resigns from News Corp board over editorial differences

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

James Murdoch resigns from News Corp board over editorial differences

"Murdoch Murdoch has resigned from the board of directors of News Corps, the publishing arm of his family's media empire. As NPR's David Folkenflik reports. It's very public evidence of the rupture within the Murdoch Family News Corp owns The Wall Street Journal, The New York Post and major papers in the UK in Australia. It's sister company, Fox Court on Fox News. It was all built by Rupert Murdoch, who pitted his two sons, Lachlan and James, against each other to succeed him. Lachlan, who's more conservative, prevailed in resigning, James sighted unspecified editorial choices by the company. He earlier criticized the Murdochs Australian papers for discounting the role climate change is played in deadly wildfires there. More recently, The Journal's opinion section sparked objections in its own newsroom over claims about the pandemic and black lives. Matters protests. While Fox News is technically separate. Some of its recent segments have been widely denounced his racist even by some Fox news staffers and its provided strong support for President Trump.

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Former Fox News host Ed Henry accused of rape in lawsuit

All Of It

01:01 min | 2 months ago

Former Fox News host Ed Henry accused of rape in lawsuit

"Culture of sexual harassment at the Fox News Channel. The case implicates some of the networks. Major stars. NPR's David Folkenflik reports that Fox rejects the allegations. Except for those against recently fired host at Henry. The most grave accusations were made by former Fox Business Network producer Jennifer Eckhart. She says that Henry repeatedly sent her graphic texts and images. Promising to propel her career and that she initially yielded to his advances. She also alleges that on other occasions, Henry sexually assaulted and raped her. Fox terminated her last month. This month, Fox News fired Henry, citing willful sexual misconduct in the workplace. Henry's lawyer says the two had a provably consensual relationship. Fox contributor, Kathy Aru alleges she was propositioned by Henry and separately by Tucker Carlson and Howard Kurtz. Fox has a thorough review by an outside law firm found Arosa allegations quote false, patently frivolous and utterly devoid of any merit except those against Henry, whom the network noted it fired. David Folkenflik,

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Tucker Carlson writer resigns after racist posts revealed

All Things Considered

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Tucker Carlson writer resigns after racist posts revealed

"A top writer at the Fox News Channel, has resigned after it was revealed that he had written a Siri's of racist and sexist post under a pseudonym. NPR's David Folkenflik reports, Blake Neth wrote for a primetime show hosted by Tucker Carlson. The writer Blake Neff posted about blacks, Asian Americans and women for years, suggesting whites needed to defend themselves against a society increasingly defined by people of color. Among the ways CNN identified him a selfie Neff posted online showed him in the reflection of a window taking the picture. Fox confirmed Neff's resignation but would not comment. Carlson has repeatedly been condemned for flirting with racism and sexism, or according to critics even embodying them. Most recently, Carlson question the patriotism of Senator Tammy Duckworth's a double amputee from her U. S Army days when Iraqi insurgents blasted the helicopter. She was flying out of the sky, she's of Thai descent. Crossing did not come in about Neff. But in a segment Friday night, he complained of an online mob, especially, he said CNN. David Folkenflik. NPR

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Tucker Carlson writer resigns after racist posts revealed

Radiolab

01:06 min | 2 months ago

Tucker Carlson writer resigns after racist posts revealed

"The top writer for Fox News star Tucker Carlson's Primetime Show, has resigned after CNN revealed he'd written a Siri's of racist and sexist posts under a pseudonym. NPR's David Folkenflik reports. The incident brings fresh scrutiny to Carlson over his commentaries. The writer Blake never posted about blacks, Asian Americans and women for years, suggesting whites needed to defend themselves against a society increasingly defined by people of color. Among the way CNN identified him a selfie Neff posted online showed him in the reflection of a window taking the picture. Fox confirmed Neff's resignation but would not comment. Carlson has repeatedly been condemned for flirting with racism and sexism, or according to critics even embodying them. Most recently, Carlson question the patriotism of Senator Tammy Duckworth's a double amputee from her U. S Army days when Iraqi insurgents blasted the helicopter. She was flying out of the sky. Issues of Thai descent. Crossing did not come in about Neff. But in a segment Friday night, he complained of an online mob, especially, he said, CNN. David Folkenflik. NPR NEWS

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Bloomberg News Killed Investigation, Fired Reporter, Then Sought To Silence His Wife

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:47 min | 6 months ago

Bloomberg News Killed Investigation, Fired Reporter, Then Sought To Silence His Wife

"Mike Bloomberg's presidential bid led to tough scrutiny particularly about his company's frequent reliance on nondisclosure agreements for employees. One of the people under a nondisclosure agreement is a former employee who years ago worked on an investigative story about Chinese leaders. Bloomberg News killed that story. It also tried to silence his spouse. Npr's David Folkenflik reveals. What happened at debate? Elizabeth Warren Challenge Bloomberg. What about complaints about him Mr Mayor? Are you willing to release all of those women from those nondisclosure agreements? So we can hear their side of the story. Bloomberg tried to move past it. We have a very few nondisclosure agreements. Finish Bloomberg's blase response outrage the writer late. Hong fincher full disclosure award supporter finger points to the widespread use of such as by the company. Bloomberg founded the company uses them to handle complaints of sexual harassment and hostile work environment. According to reports ventures complaint is not that. I don't know exactly what happened to those women but I do know how incredibly terrifying it is to be threatened and bullied into signing a nondisclosure agreement in two thousand thirteen ventures husband. Michael Forsyth was a reporter for Bloomberg News in Beijing Bloomberg had already published his team's investigation into the wealth of the families of Communist Party leaders. The Chinese Ambassador had warned the company against publishing death threats followed venture and forsyth moved to Hong Kong yet. The team kept reporting. He continued to do an investigation and it was that story. This story on longed in China's honest man and his ties to senior Chinese Communist leaders including Jinping Z. Had just become president of China and I saw these emails from the editors praising it meaning the reporting saying that. Yeah it's it's. We're really excited about this. We can't wait to move it forward. Three former Bloomberg journalists verified this account after that however radio silence. The story never ran Serrao Mike. Her husband Mike and some of the other reporters. And Editors who had been working on this story. Just we're asking for answers about why. Why was this story killed the famously intense founding editor in chief of Bloomberg News finally weighed in? That's Matthew Winkler back then. To Editors told me the story needed work. That's not the reason we are cited for killing it. It is for sure going to invite the Communist Party to completely shut us down. Take us out of the country so I just don't see that a story that is just divide. This recording winkler on in October twenty thirteen conference call weekly praised the team but warned about covering the Chinese regime which he called it everywhere and who they are and we should have no illusions that the Chinese authorities had search Bloomberg's bureaus delayed visas for reporters and ordered state owned companies not to sign new leases for Bloomberg terminals the terminals offer subscribers specialized financial data and are the most important source of the company's profits and China was seen as a growing market and a strategic priority again. Matthew Winkler is the information they do have away that enables car to report but not Elsa Prophet Bloomberg News N Winkler. Who's retired as editor in chief declined to comment in two thousand thirteen? Mike Bloomberg was mayor of New York City and denied Bloomberg News Killed The China Story. Two months later back at the company he founded asked about the China controversy again. Mike Bloomberg said it was arrogant to impose American values on others if a country gives you a license to do something off with certain restrictions. You have two choices either. Accept the license and do it that way. Well you don't do business there. Npr also obtained audio of these remarks. Mike Bloomberg to his global newsroom Bloomberg said the newsroom should be proud of its China coverage then said all organizations have bad apples. Some staffers thought that was aimed at the China. Investigative team. Bloomberg News fired Mike Foresight. He was accused of leaking news of the killed project other outlets. He landed at the New York Times and would not comment for the story. He signed a nondisclosure agreement with Bloomberg LP lawyers for Bloomberg's company pressured someone else to sign one foresights wife later Hong fincher. The company's lawyers threatened to force her to pay a six figure sum if she didn't agree to keep silent about her husband's work. Here's venture. There was no reason why I should have to sign a nondisclosure agreement. Because I didn't possess any damaging material about the company venture recalls being summoned to the high rise offices of Bloomberg's Hong Kong lawyers. Her husband was there too. And then this lawyer from New York on that. I mean giant image of his face on the video screens said but what about all the evidence? That's in her head venture says. She walked out of the conference room and left the building. They assumed that because I was the wife of their employees. I was the wife I was just an appendage of their employees I was not a human being ventures former CNBC correspondent who was finishing up PhD. She bristled and hired top-flight lawyers and finally the company let it go now. Mike Bloomberg has returned to his company. Wants more but venture isn't letting her question go. What else in his newsroom she asks is hidden by those nondisclosure agreements.

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"david folkenflik" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"david folkenflik" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"You are Boston, I'm Kimberly Atkins in for David Folkenflik. And this is on point. President Trump told ABC's George Stephanopoulos, that there's nothing wrong with accepting campaign, dirt on political opponents from foreign actors if somebody called. From a country. Norway, we have information on your own. I think I'd wanna hear you want that kind of interference in our elections to fear. It's say have information I think I'd take it to oil tankers attacked and the Gulf of Oman, the US released a video purporting to show Iranians removing a mind after the explosion. Iran has disputed, the accusations secretary of state. Mike Pompeo spoke yesterday but offered no evidence to back up the claim of Iran's involvement fake as a whole these unprovoked attacks present a clear threat to international peace and security of lightness alt- on the freedom of navigation, an unacceptable campaign of escalating. Tension by Iran. President Trump and former vice president Joe Biden, traded barbs insults, and even name calling on the campaign trail in Iowa sleepy gel. President has literally an existential threat to America. He said my name so many times that people couldn't stand it anymore for years of Donald Trump will be viewed as an aberration Biden, who's deluge. Zor, eight years will fundamentally change, who we are the natio- Biden is a dummy join us, what do you make President Trump saying, he'll accept information from foreign powers. Join us anytime at on point radio dot org, or.

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CBS News announces anchor changes at "CBS This Morning," "CBS Evening News"

Morning Edition

03:50 min | 1 year ago

CBS News announces anchor changes at "CBS This Morning," "CBS Evening News"

"Morning. There is a shakeup underway at CBS news this morning. The network announced major changes to its flagship shows this Gayle king on CBS this morning. We are announcing some major changes today moving forward working to get even better at what we do. Those major changes come amid ratings concerns for CBS this morning and also for the CBS evening news. And also after a series of harassment revelations rocked this network in recent years joining us now with more NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik morning. David. Hey, do to what is happening CBS. And why why is it happening now? So let's first talk about what's happening. You're going to see Nora O'Donnell, leave CBS this morning. It's that's their their morning news show, and she's going to become the anchor of CBS evening news. You know, the newscast once host by Dan rather on kites storage show. She's replacing Jeff glor- who's been there less. Than eighteen months. You're going to see a little bit of rotating chairs happening on the morning show. She is doing that John Dickerson's going to leave the morning show and the coin correspondent for a sixty minutes. And you're going to see the remaining this show built around. Gayle king who's been there who's really a sword in recent years, but particularly even in the last year landing a bunch of news making interviews, including a memorable one with our Kelly's been accused of so many crimes memorable interview to say the least. Yeah, really intense and really brilliantly handled by king, and she'll be joined by Anthony Mason longtime Saturday morning show host. He's been a longtime evening news anchor Fillon at a correspondent for the network. Anthony Mason, we'll also be joined by a twenty dokoupil a correspondent for for the network, and those those figures will be rotating in and around these these major programs, and what about the timing is is there something. Significant that CBS is going through all the shuffling at this moment. What does it tell us will even seeing a lot of coverage in a lot of rumors and speculation about what was going to happen? CBS had won some audience and also gotten a lot of morale boost by pursuing harder news edge for its morning show and for the evening news, and yet ratings had sagged in recent years, Jeff chlorine, some ways was expected to be the solution. He replaced got Pelley after Kelly's ratings after initial boost had had declined and there've been some tension between Pelley, the former anchor and former CBS news president David Rhodes glare was supposed to solve onto this under under roads and had not done. So and there've been a question of what's going to happen to pairing of John Dickerson, quite brilliant. Former moderator of face the nation had not had the same level of success as the morning show. It had under Charlie rose. And so they said something's going to happen. Too risky was named at the beginning of the year to shake things up in the shakeup was hers. So is. Is it just about ratings or how much of this has to do with the the sexual harassment scandals that we've seen this network through? Well, you seen a network. The network rocked by sexual harassment scandal from the top les Moonves, the chairman of CBS the entire parent network Inc. As well as Jeff Fager, the former chairman of CBS news in the longtime executive producer, sixty minutes, which is far and away in some ways, the most important show, certainly money maker for CBS CBS evening news CBS this morning. Have sort of been perennial third rated shows Charlie Rose's departure from CBS this morning in late twenty seven teen really rocked the chemistry and rock the stability of CBS news, but they had hoped to Dickerson could stabilize that. This sentence is the latest domino to fall from that. They want to stabilize the show want to stabilize the network insurance scheme particularly wants to show it's hers, and she's going to find a path forward for CBS. All right. Big changes today at

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'National Enquirer' And American Media's Other Tabloids Are For Sale

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:13 min | 1 year ago

'National Enquirer' And American Media's Other Tabloids Are For Sale

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from the almond board of California working with almond farmers to improve water management practices. Learn more about the almond communities efforts to reduce the amount of water. It takes to grow each pound of almonds at almondsustainability dot org. The National Enquirer, you know. It's usually on sale at grocery store checkout stands with its sensational headlines. You might have read some as you've been waiting in line. Will it is now up for sale its parent company. American media Inc. Says it intends to sell several of its tabloids including the Enquirer and this comes after some controversial years for one thing. AM I reportedly tried to help President Trump's campaign by buying and suppressing a story from a former playboy model who claims she had an affair with Trump in February Jeff Bezos, the owner of the Washington Post and CEO of Amazon accused the Enquirer of extortion and blackmail, and now comes this potential sale. Let's talk to NPR's David Folkenflik about it. Hey, david. Hey, david. So there was Karen McDougal former playboy model. There was Jeff Bezos in his accusation. Some I mean, I just remind us about all these controversies the magazine is faced we'll think back to what we now know about the two thousand sixteen race. Karen McDougal had claimed to have a significant relationship. Extra marital affair with the president and were subsequently introduced the phrase catch and kill the the inquirer facilitated one hundred and fifty thousand dollar payout. Two McDougal extensively to paired right column for a sister publication men's journal actually to ensure that store never saw the light of day during the election season separately, Jeff Bezos in January took to medium posted a platform. And basically said, hey, by the way, not only have I been having an extramarital affair with my girlfriend, but the inquirer is all over it. And Furthermore, I became aware that they're all over it. And they have been trying to blackmail me and extort me into issuing a statement saying that no way was this politically motivated because of their ties to President Trump, and they were threatening to publish very intimate. Photographs of me. I'm not. Gonna stand for it. Here's what I have to say. I mean, and it's worth just pausing and reflecting it at at Trump's ties to all of this. I mean, he's close to to the guy runs the magazine right Detroit. This is not in any way, an accident. David pecker, the determine the controlling executive at American media Inc. The parent company has long had ties with Donald Trump. They consider each other friends and Trump grew up in the sort of more. Hey and morass of tabloid news here in New York City doing business with Murdoch's New York Post doing business with the National Enquirer ensuring favorable coverage and trying to tamp down on negative coverage of him. Will you saw that play out on its pages with cover story after cover story reason questions about Hillary Clinton's morality Bill Clinton about her health, and you saw that about positive and sort of glowing coverage of Trump and also the lack of coverage of the kind of scandals that the inquire usually traffics in so the company is saying this is a business decision. But I mean, there's a report in the New Yorker that as recently as twenty seventeen company was thinking about how to actually. Expand its its portfolio of magazines. So I mean is is this the controversies that that really changed fortunes for them. Or is this story more complicated. Well, you could say both, you know, in twenty ten parent company declared, bankruptcy, there's significant debt surrounding and hanging over national enquirers parent company, but you can't separate this from the scandals the Washington Post in its reporting claims that the hedge fund manager who sort of controlling owner. Now of American media says that he's disgusted by what he's learned. The this is not really anything new for the inquirer. But don't forget the legal trouble. The inquirer has been in. You know, it got dragged into the investigation. Michael Cohen and others. It had to essentially negotiate with prosecutors in order to avoid prosecution, and indeed the bazo scandal may raise the legal stakes once more. I mean, we we've probably all joked at the grocery store checkout stand like looking at the health who would ever by the National Enquirer. When now it's like a more serious question. Who would by the national inquirer will you know in a in a straight world, you might say TMZ that digital gossip site. It's hard to. No, it's damage brand. It is a notable brands somebody made by as a play thing. Or there's been speculation. Jeff Bezos would wanna strangle it by it and put it out while different kinds of catch. Another chapter of the story. Yeah. In paris. David folkenflik. Thanks, david. You bet.

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"david folkenflik" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"david folkenflik" Discussed on KCRW

"Correspondent David Folkenflik. Thank you. Ben. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro. Audie cornish. Find a compromise. And immediately end the partial government shutdown. That's the call from the national governor's association in a bipartisan letter addressed to the White House into leaders of congress. The governor say their national parks are overflowing with trash that coastal safety is at risk because of a reduced coastguard. And that states could end up losing money as well. Joining us now is the chair of the NBA. Steve Bullock, he's the democratic governor from Montana. Welcome to the program already. It's great to be with you. So have you gotten a phone call or a response from the White House or from any of the congressional leaders listed in the letter, we have now we just put out this letter. Because this, you know, this isn't a partisan issue governors all across our country are encouraging the president and congress to find a compromise media and the government shutdown, and as we can uniformly Democrats Republicans say that this is a real failure, governance and becoming a weight on our economy and American. People that they need to get something done. I wanna talk about Montana for a second. Is there anything the your state has had to cover that would normally be paid for by the federal government? I think from the perspective of we have local business people in west Yellowstone is an example that are cleaning toilets and providing supplies. We're getting to the point. My own executive assistant may lose the ability to buy a house because the sellers relying on an FHA loan. So the impacts of people are real what actions are you taking to make sure that federal employees in your state are looked after. Well, we as governors have to deal with real life impacts of what does happen or doesn't happen in Washington DC while they might think this is all just negotiating tactics were on the front lines. So part of it is coming together all of us in elevating sane this has to stop now. I guess what? I'm trying to understand is. Is there anything that you can do as a state leader to mitigate the shutdown from? From your state from the state level. Or are you stuck by and large? We're stuck. I mean, the we can't carry the burden of the federal government. If we get to the end of this month, is example when it comes to snap benefits. We can't be providing the dollars to keep the small business administration's open. That's what we rely on in the system of federalism that for Washington DC to work in an eight working right now. You're right that the debate over the wall can be dealt with at another time. But you have let's say house speaker Nancy Pelosi calling the idea of a wall immoral rate. So it's a nonstarter for her. What's your response to a White House? That says look this is the only way we can force this discussion. It's only way it'll happen. At this point have that discussion not without impacting though, like eight hundred thousand federal workers and people in every community across the country. I mean, these are negotiating tactics is opposed to say, let's be responsible. Let's get government back open immediately. And then get everybody around the table. You are as we mentioned a democrat in a state that has gone for President Trump. What is your message for Democrats in Washington who are trying to negotiate with this president? I don't know that I could give Democrats in DC sort of guidance on how to negotiate with this president. I don't know that I could give Republicans guidance. I mean, you saw before Christmas when the Senate unanimously passed an extension and then this president walked back on it. So it may be a daily thing. But the perspective is that no matter what I mean, both sides, the Republicans in congress, the Democrats in congress and the president should realize that people's lives shouldn't be the negotiating chip. Let's get government running because folks L cross country expected Montana governor, Steve Bullock, he's a democrat. Thank you for speaking with all things considered. Thanks so much for having me. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. KCRW sponsors include Walt Disney pictures, presenting Mary Poppins returns nominated for nine critics choice awards Mary Poppins returns, starring Emily blunt and Lin Manuel Miranda now playing..

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"david folkenflik" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"david folkenflik" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"I'm NPR media. Correspondent David Folkenflik. In other news this year climate scientists site increasing certitude of ties between extreme weather and climate change, November brought North Carolina northern California's deadly campfire more than fifty people died after hurricane Florence hammered the Carolinas yet the worst brought out the best in Myrtle Beach, innkeeper Jarrett, Houck's who sheltered and fed hundred. For free. He spoke here CBS correspondent, Steve Hartman compla- my house until you can go back to yours. Not really how. So it's a big seventy room house. It really is loose us. How it been lately in October a gunman opened fire and killed eleven at the tree of life synagogue in. Pittsburgh Rabbi Jonathan Perlman spoke at a vigil. This will not break us. It will not ruin us. We will continue to thrive and sing and worship. And learn together. And continue our historic Lennox legacy in this city with the friendliest people that we know among those prominent Americans who died this year was Senator John McCain, son grandson of admirals and eighty fighter pilot who served in Vietnam, a prisoner of war who merged physically broken, but with honor and Republican presidential nominee his daughter. Megan delivered appointed eulogy the America of John McCain has no need to be made great again because America was always great. Other notable deaths included former first lady Barbara Bush and president George H W Bush as well as Anthony bourdain. Billy Graham, Stephen hawking Aretha, Franklin Philip Roth and Kate Spade. What did we learn about Washington about the nation about the world about ourselves in two thousand eighteen with stories struck you that don't involve the name? Trump follow us on Twitter and find us on Facebook at on point radio. We're talking with Katherine ramp of the Washington Post on points on Jack Beatty and Jeff peg as of CBS news, Jeff I want to turn to the question of guns of what happened in parkland, Florida, what happened in the recent elections. And where we are as a society has anything changed in the latest spate of killings in after after Florida, and Pittsburgh is there any way in which the nation is thinking of bit differently about the power that the allure of guns has in our society and the power that guns has an our politics. I think depending on who you ask if you look at the midterm elections. That was a sign of change. Because many of the people who were elected to office in November, advocate, stricter gun moss. And part of that is a result of what happened in February after the shooting in parkland, Florida these teenagers were able to harness social media and the new cycle to create this new movement that they called March for our lives that advocated for stricter gun laws, and what you've had in the last almost what a year since the shooting is that, you know, twenty six states and Washington DC, according to some estimates have enacted a total of sixty seven new gun control laws this year. And so there there has been changed these active shooting incidents, you know, they have. In so frequently and that is sad. Because, you know, even in the media, we're at a point where, you know, do you cover this one, you know, sadly, only this number of people have been killed. Maybe this is not the kind of story that that you lead a newscast with. I remember, you know, having covered incidents like these over the last twenty years of my career that these are events that would always make news now, they don't always make news. And you know, sometimes that's a good thing. Because the FBI believes that you know, some of these incidents are copycat incidents of the more attention. They get the more in courage is other people to do the same thing. But it is so unfortunate to see this level of violence. You know, almost on a daily basis. You know, depending on the amount of people who've been killed, but you know, it is really unfortunate to see this happening. More and more and more in the FBI and other law enforcement agencies are trying to get a handle on it trying to figure out well, what is sparking this? The Trump administration created a school safety commission in the wake of the parkland mass shooting which issued a final report this month calls for expanding mental health coverage and ninety nine other recommendations, including arming school personnel. At the conclusion, the president agrees with a lot..

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"david folkenflik" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"david folkenflik" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"I'm NPR media. Correspondent David Folkenflik. In other news this year climate scientists site increasing certitude of ties between extreme weather and climate change, November brought North Carolina northern California's deadly campfire more than fifty people died after hurricane Florence hammered the Carolinas yet the worst brought out the best in Myrtle Beach, innkeeper Jarrett, Houck's who sheltered and fed hundred. For free. He spoke here CBS correspondent, Steve Hartman compla- my house until you can go back to yours. Not really how. So it's a big seventy room house. It really is loose us. How it been lately in October a gunman opened fire and killed eleven at the tree of life synagogue in. Pittsburgh Rabbi Jonathan Perlman spoke at a vigil. This will not break us. It will not ruin us. We will continue to thrive and sing and worship. And learn together. And continue our historic Lennox legacy in this city with the friendliest people that we know among those prominent Americans who died this year was Senator John McCain, son grandson of admirals and eighty fighter pilot who served in Vietnam, a prisoner of war who merged physically broken, but with honor and Republican presidential nominee his daughter. Megan delivered appointed eulogy the America of John McCain has no need to be made great again because America was always great. Other notable deaths included former first lady Barbara Bush and president George H W Bush as well as Anthony bourdain. Billy Graham, Stephen hawking Aretha, Franklin Philip Roth and Kate Spade. What did we learn about Washington about the nation about the world about ourselves in two thousand eighteen with stories struck you that don't involve the name? Trump follow us on Twitter and find us on Facebook at on point radio. We're talking with Katherine ramp of the Washington Post on points on Jack Beatty and Jeff peg as of CBS news, Jeff I want to turn to the question of guns of what happened in parkland, Florida, what happened in the recent elections. And where we are as a society has anything changed in the latest spate of killings in after after Florida, and Pittsburgh is there any way in which the nation is thinking of bit differently about the power that the allure of guns has in our society and the power that guns has an our politics. I think depending on who you ask if you look at the midterm elections. That was a sign of change. Because many of the people who were elected to office in November, advocate, stricter gun moss. And part of that is a result of what happened in February after the shooting in parkland, Florida these teenagers were able to harness social media and the new cycle to create this new movement that they called March for our lives that advocated for stricter gun laws, and what you've had in the last almost what a year since the shooting is that, you know, twenty six states and Washington DC, according to some estimates have enacted a total of sixty seven new gun control laws this year. And so there there has been changed these active shooting incidents, you know, they have. In so frequently and that is sad. Because, you know, even in the media, we're at a point where, you know, do you cover this one, you know, sadly, only this number of people have been killed. Maybe this is not the kind of story that that you lead a newscast with. I remember, you know, having covered incidents like these over the last twenty years of my career that these are events that would always make news now, they don't always make news. And you know, sometimes that's a good thing. Because the FBI believes that you know, some of these incidents are copycat incidents of the more attention. They get the more in courage is other people to do the same thing. But it is so unfortunate to see this level of violence. You know, almost on a daily basis. You know, depending on the amount of people who've been killed, but you know, it is really unfortunate to see this happening. More and more and more in the FBI and other law enforcement agencies are trying to get a handle on it trying to figure out well, what is sparking this? The Trump administration created a school safety commission in the wake of the parkland mass shooting which issued a final report this month calls for expanding mental health coverage and ninety nine other recommendations, including arming school personnel. At the conclusion, the president agrees with a lot..

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"david folkenflik" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"david folkenflik" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"From WBU are Boston end NPR. I'm David Folkenflik. And this is on if twenty seventeen was a year of in credulity, then two thousand eighteen year realization as in this is happening this week. We take on the rapid fire news that define the past year and beyond headlines. The you're someone questions about who we are about the world. We're leaving our children about our votes the values we project abroad, the nature of the people the president surrounds himself with and fundamental questions about the president himself these stories from just a single day in August. Michael Cohen cuts a deal and pleads guilty to a slew of crimes dilation of campaign finance laws, Bank fraud and tax evasion. Full Manafort, guilty of eight counts of fraud. The year includes dramatic and painful moments. Millions watched a surprise allegation of a long ago attack by a supreme court nominee. I believed he was going to rape me. I tried to yell for help. When I did put his hand over my mouth, stop me from yelling and to surge of student activism after a shooting massacre at a Florida high school, no laws could have been able to prevent the hundreds of senseless tragedy that have occurred. We. That kids don't know over talking about that were too young to understand how the government. We. We'll do our best to walk through what happened and what all means. And we'd like you to join us. How did we fair in two thousand eighteen join us anytime at on point radio dot org or Twitter and Facebook ad on point radio with us.

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"david folkenflik" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"david folkenflik" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"From WBU are Boston end NPR. I'm David Folkenflik. And this is on if twenty seventeen was a year of in credulity, then two thousand eighteen year realization as in this is happening this week. We take on the rapid fire news that define the past year and beyond headlines. The you're someone questions about who we are about the world. We're leaving our children about our votes the values we project abroad, the nature of the people the president surrounds himself with and fundamental questions about the president himself these stories from just a single day in August. Michael Cohen cuts a deal and pleads guilty to a slew of crimes dilation of campaign finance laws, Bank fraud and tax evasion. Full Manafort, guilty of eight counts of fraud. The year includes dramatic and painful moments. Millions watched a surprise allegation of a long ago attack by a supreme court nominee. I believed he was going to rape me. I tried to yell for help. When I did put his hand over my mouth, stop me from yelling and to surge of student activism after a shooting massacre at a Florida high school, no laws could have been able to prevent the hundreds of senseless tragedy that have occurred. We. That kids don't know over talking about that were too young to understand how the government. We. We'll do our best to walk through what happened and what all means. And we'd like you to join us. How did we fair in two thousand eighteen join us anytime at on point radio dot org or Twitter and Facebook ad on point radio with us.

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New CBS Report Says Les Moonves Misled Investigators And Destroyed Evidence

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:06 min | 1 year ago

New CBS Report Says Les Moonves Misled Investigators And Destroyed Evidence

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything the former head of CBS less moon. Viz stepped down from his post in September. After multiple women accused him of sexual harassment and assault. Now, he is accused of trying to cover it up. A report from lawyers hired by CBS says move as destroyed evidence and misled investigators he was supposed to walk away from the company with a hundred and twenty million dollars in severance pay. But if the allegations are true CBS could take that money away or joined now by NPR media. Correspondent David Folkenflik who's been covering this? Thanks for being here. David morning ritual. So destroying evidence misleading. Investigators those are big claims. What more do we know? Well, it's not good CBS board hired two major law firms. To look at this this draft report of teen by the New York Times, what they say that he, you know. This big media magnate, the last of the great Hollywood chieftains in some ways, you know, behaved like somebody screaming to protect themselves from indictment that he lied to the investigators for the law firms that he deleted taxonomy of techniques change with the manager of woman over the course of potato last year, a who had alleged that moon visited tried to essentially course, a sexual act from her a two decades ago when she was inspiring actress, and you know, to give you some sense of the scope that we're talking about not only did those things, but in small way, he was asked to hand over digital devices that the investigators could look at instead of handing over his own ipad. He handed over that of his son. So there are now new allegations against last move as right? What can you tell us about? What has recently come out? Right. Well, I we should say they they reached a eleven of the seventeen women who have made allegations that he sexually harassed them or worse. And they say they found them credible that they weren't able to prove it, but they found out some other things they allege in this draft report that at least four times. Or he secured forgive me, this a CD folks, but oral sex from a CBS employees that is his subordinates in ways that they called a transactional. And this is a quote, they say they're circumstance that sound transactional. Improper the extent. There was no hint of any relationship romance arrest property, especially given what we know about his history of more or less forced oral sex with women with whom he has had no ongoing relationship, and I want to insert here that his lawyer maintains that all of the sexual contact. He has had with CBS employees of wise has been consensual. But Furthermore, the investigators said there's an employee suspected on call a subordinate. Was essentially there so that he could have oral sex on demand. And this is again, something where his lawyer says all sexual contact was consensual. He's not denying that sexual contact Kurd. In addition aboard member of Arnold copen was told before joining the board that by woman who said that choose therapist who said that Moonves has had sexually assaulted her. And he didn't inform the rest of the board. He still took the board position and upon learning of two instances, or at least one instance where women alleged sexual harassment severe sexual harassment the communications she for CBS longtime Gil Schwartz drafted resignation letter. But when we invest didn't decide to resign. He didn't tell board members or do anything else about it. Wow. What has health as mean for moon visas future? I mean, just in the short term is it gonna keep severance packet. It seems very unlikely that the board would be able to to grant him those one hundred twenty million dollars as part of his severance. But it's also reflective of a culture where there was seemed to be no accountability were governance itself seems to fail at CBS not just on the part of invests. All right NPR's, David Folkenflik on this story this morning. Thanks so much, David. We appreciate it. You bet.

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"david folkenflik" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"david folkenflik" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Maybe you wanna store your guns for me for while. While you're going to this to force while you're going through this depression, just to make a little safer that's not about law. That's about gun owner is helping each other, and that's a real public health solution. And we don't talk a lot about those things. Like, we don't talk a lot about suicide even though those are two thirds of gun deaths. You know, there are really just good people from all perspectives who are working to save lives. And we tend to give too much attention to the people who are angry and yelling loudly and not the people who are doing the work. I'm David Folkenflik. And this is on point. Dr Becca Cunningham. It seems to me as though one of the questions. I get my day job is I'm also the media correspond for NPR. So I covered the world of journalism and one of the questions I get a lot every time something like this happens from from high school classmate from callers from listeners is the question of the media, it self that it gives so much attention both to these incidents, and it gives attention to these shooters. And it creates almost glamorization and demonizing moment at the same time. You know, what do you take from the kind of coverage that you see of such stark events is what happened in Pittsburgh, what happened in Thousand Oaks Newtown. And elsewhere sure, I think the those high profile events have done a lot to sort of raise awareness across the country that gun violence is a possibility in all of our daily lives, and are you yoga studios, and in our places of worship, what doesn't get as much coverage is this daily daily, bloody gun violence that the doctors have an outraged about over this past week that's happening in and out of regular lives. That often doesn't get any coverage at all fifty women month every month die by an intimate partner violent event by gun those rarely make the national news. That's more women in a single month in any one of these shootings. They're both incredibly important and need to be covered. But I'm that discrepancy in the coverage a few days ago. I had the honour of seen some of the youth from Chicago organization youth organization as well as the March for our live kids and the discrepancy. Also in news coverage that happens in urban America. I was a physician in Flint, Michigan staffing. Trauma bays there for many years gun violence that happens in those communities every day isn't covered nearly to the extent that it is in in in other communities, and I think that it's important for us to realize the think about the daily toll in all of the settings and to get away from this idea again that it's someone else's backyard. We know, you know, there's as many kids dying in rural America by gun violence by suicide as there are in urban America. These are problem for all of our kids, and our families and to the extent that the media can get that message out is really important. It's been interesting in in in recent times, I learned on social media and clicking on the links and reading further that question of sewage. Side links to to gunshot deaths. And also that that, you know, domestic violence. It self is often tag for that. That is there's often correlation. There it seems as though that this was for many years, I was political reporter starting late nineties that this was a red line issue. A third rail issue couldn't really touch survive electorally, and we are starting to experience at least some signs that maybe people are willing to go there, you we heard from congressman elect Joe Cunningham. He's a democrat from the state of South Carolina. He says he's a gun owner. And he does support some additional gun control. Of course, I got forty caliber at home. I've got my concealed weapon permit support the second amendment think there can be some common sense, you know, close in the Charleston, loophole background checks. I think these are things that the majority of Americans will accept angry on, you know, there have been recent studies that also shows that I think figures that might surprise a lot of Americans eighty four percent Americans favored closing loopholes for access to guns Cording to. The Pew Research Center in twenty seventeen that's ninety percent of Democrats. But also seventy seven percent of Republicans..

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"david folkenflik" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"david folkenflik" Discussed on Here & Now

"Let's turn now to that. Contentious White House press conference yesterday reporters pressing President Trump with questions the president telling them to sit down give the Mike and berating C N N's, Jim Mukasa. Well, let's not accustomed was told his White House credentials had been revoked because he'd laid hands on a female intern trying to take the microphone from him. Well, he and others there say he did not touch the intern will post the video at here now dot org. It seems to back that up. Let's bring in NPR media analyst, David Folkenflik, David. What's your sense of this? I think this was a very willful effort by the president to change the subject from the painful reality while the two parties split control of congress. What it means for Democrats take over the houses, it's going to be a very tumultuous two years with a lot of oversight in a lot of unwelcome inquiries into his behavior in that of his associates. This is a way to remind his supporters in the rest of the country that he defines a different political foe and finds them in the press corps. It's a way of diverting our attention, and it's successful most ardent. Supporters were cheering on this moment. But but let's listen to a little bit. And I I want to set it up. This is Jim Acosta got up to ask about why the president said that the caravan of migrants was an invasion as Jimmy Costa said, you know, it's as you know, it's not an invasion. It's a group of migrants making their way here. They're hundreds of miles away. Are you demonizing immigrants in the president said, no, I consider it an invasion. They have to come legally. We do need people to work, and then a cost to asked him about the ad that featured migrants, the president said they're not actors, and then said, you should let me run the country, you run CNN, and it came to this moment. That's that's that's one of the other folks that's enough. That's enough as president. I had one of only that moment there where Tim Akasa says, pardon me, ma'am. That's where he's saying to the own intern. Wait, I am going to finish my question. And then he went on to try to ask another question and exchange ended this what CNN should be ashamed of itself having you work in for them. You are a rude. Terrible. Person you shouldn't be working for CNN. David Folkenflik at right after that Peter Alexander from NBC tried to defend Jim Acosta. Join ask the question other said answer his question. There are others is we're going to hear in the room who were siding with the president. But your thoughts on that moment. What's incredibly ugly moment to call a reporter who's asking basically legitimate questions each and every time a terrible person? I think strikes a blow against the idea that journalists play a role in civil society as we've seen with shootings in Annapolis that were deadly attempted mail bombing sent to CNN in recent weeks. You know, the president gives comfort to thorough -tarian figures that would seek to stifle descent, but also stifle accountability through journalism in their own countries. I think this is problematic even as it is as I said earlier, something of attraction, here's Trish Regan on the.

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"david folkenflik" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"david folkenflik" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm David green. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Days before an election. President Trump continues his attacks without evidence on a favorite target. When I say the enemy of the people I'm talking about the fake news. That was the president yesterday on FOX again, the calling the media the enemy of the people. This comes just days after the arrest of a man who was accused of targeting prominent, liberals and CNN with potentially explosive devices and also after Saturday's slaughter of Jews at a Pittsburgh synagogue NPR's. David Folkenflik reports. Many journalists are condemning the president for his lacerating language against Democrats, his political opponents. Depress immigrants you name it, especially after this latest speed of violence, take CNN analyst and former NBC anchor David Gregory on CNN, Gregory pointed to Trump's actions end language against a caravan of Central American migrants suggesting that they're vermin, and they're infesting the country, you cannot ignore how that can be. I heard by people who hate emigrants who are afraid of anyone who they think is going to change their way of life and who hates Jews on Saturday. Trump hitting gauged in this exchange with reporters, and I'd have a much different tone. Frankly, if the press was even-handed, if the press was fair, I'd have a much different tone all the time. But I'm fighting the media, I'm fighting the the media is not being honest. Trump was speaking his subtext out loud. I have to have that. Otherwise, I'll never get my points across. We'll never get what we have to get across news reports had noted that the man charged with sending improvised explosive devices to CNN and many high profile Democrats had lived in a van bathed in pro-trump, an anti CNN decals. Journalists also reported the man arrested for killing worshippers in the Pittsburgh synagogue had embraced anti immigrant rhetoric and posted angrily about a Jewish organization that helped refugees settled here in tweets. Sunday and yesterday Trump claimed the media was unfairly blaming the attacks on Republicans. And instead, he blamed the press for the country's great anger. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders did not yield an inch yesterday. When you say he's trying to unite the country why he out there. The very very first thing that the president. Did was condemned the attacks both in Pittsburgh. And in the pipebombs, the very first thing the media did was blamed the president and make him responsible for these ridiculous. I asked it was Sanders. First press conference in nearly a month the first bomb mailings and the mass shootings reserve the term enemy for people who are actually the enemy of the United States rather than journalists. The president's shot referencing all media. He's talking about. The growing amount of fake news that exists in the country and the president's call it out. It's not that the media's without hyperbole this anecdote from Lesley Stahl suggest why Trump makes the press the issue back in may, the sixty minutes correspondent spoke to the deadline club and New York City journalism organization stall told it of meeting with the future president at Trump Tower in two thousand sixteen he's attacking the president. And there were no cameras. There was nothing going on. And I said, you know, that is getting tired. Why are you doing this? You're doing it over and over and his boring, and it's it's time to end that why do you keep hammering at this stall said Trump had already reply, and he said, you know, I do it. I do it to discredit you all. And meanwhile, so when you write negative stories about me, no one will believe you Trump is not back down from calling the press the enemy despite pleas of news executives who say his rhetoric is dangerous and despite most recently the targeting of CNN by would-be bomber. Instead, the president blames the press. For the nation's anger and for his own tirades..

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"david folkenflik" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"david folkenflik" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Planet money tip. Number seventeen. Sometimes the most important things need. Hype squad corporate corporate income tap. Tap. Planet money podcast about the economy very invis- podcast about the economy. This is on point. I'm David Folkenflik. We're looking at the anx aspirated of the NFL today. You can join our conversation. What does football mean to you? Speaking with Mark Leyva vich. He's the author of the new book, big game, the NFL and dangerous times. I'd like to bring in another voice into our conversation joining us now from Columbus, Ohio, Joshua Perry. He's a former NFL linebacker who retired from the NFL in July at the age of twenty four after suffering, his six documented concussion. Now, founder and CEO of the Joshua Perry family foundation, a youth empowerment, nonprofit Joshua welcomed on point. So you're you retired, and we've heard of players doing that. You're tying at the age of twenty four that's relatively early in a professional football career, at least as we think of your age, even if the average career doesn't last super long, explain to us your decision what was behind it? Yeah, I think when when you look at a football career, you gotta factor in all the elements. Right? So obviously the notoriety in the money's great, but the house aspect is probably the major negative. The major downfall playing professional football. And so for me, I always knew the calculated risk. I always understood that I would rather honestly sustain a tornado torn achilles broken arm, then a concussion. And so after having six, concessions my playing career that were documented and they started off in high school who knows what I might sustain a middle school. Literally, it was time for me to kind of pack it in. I wanna take a couple. You know, we've got a lot of people calling on on this issue. I wanna take a couple of calls and then and then bounce it off you. I take call from Gloucester, Massachusetts, Bob, you're on the air. Go ahead sir? Yes. Hi, David. Hi, Mark. Thank you both. I wanna address the choreographed battle aspect of football. I wanna tie this back comparison contrast to the Coliseum. I'm not gonna get into religion and all that. And the victims you talk about the the calcium in Rome in back in ancient Rome in Rome. If I didn't say that correctly in Rome is referring to, but I think that people have certain. In eight bloodlust on not suggesting people. Wanna see, people get hurt are like watching racing, not crashing, but I think that that is what I'm getting to the popularity of the sport in it is choreographed battle which has been compared to Belay in the past for the athletic moves. So you see them UCF as having kind of a gladiators approach. It sounds like in that people people are interested in that. Thank you so much. Thank thank you. Thank you so much for that. Bob. We've also got a call from from Boston, not so far away, Eric, you're on the air, a Tele, what the NFL represents to you. Hey, guys thinks taking my call on real quick. Just my pin is kind of the opposite of what I've been hearing a lot of so- I football entire life played up in the college. You know, sustained several concussions, broken legs, the whole nine yards. But in the I feel it's a certain kind of person that's built to play football. You know, like, you know, those risks going into it. And his turn me off to the NFL is I think they've really been overcompensating since all this concussion information came out and you know you, you see place called for unnecessary roughness where it's, you know, lot of these guys are covering ten yards. The second with their forty times. You can't, you know, receiver that flinches you know, if your head ends up hitting certain where you can't control that and just the flag their game throwing. It's completely up the NFL and I watched college football now because it's it's a pure form of the game. All right. Well, thank you for that. Eric feels that the purity the game has been. Affected. I think you know, in some ways I want to refer to something that's called in shorthand, c. t. e. that's chronic traumatic and set off and Cephalonia the.. Excuse me. It's a degrees, a disease that progresses patients experienced problems with thinking and memory, memory, loss, confusion, impair judgment, eventually, progressive dementia. Some common changes witnessed in this folks according to the concussion legacy foundation website includes impulse control problems, aggression, depression, paranoia, and one other disturbing nugget of information. Doctor, Ann Mckee, Boston University found a according to New York Times that one hundred ten of one hundred eleven brains from deceased.

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"david folkenflik" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"david folkenflik" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Group the nearly four billion dollar deal looked like it had a good chance of being approved by regulators when it was first. Announced in the spring of last year but in a lawsuit filed today Tribune claim that Sinclair's misconduct had torpedoed the deal joining us now is NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik hi David this is a real turnaround from a proposed merger to now one party suing the other what blew this deal up so it wasn't epic u-turn. And what was interesting was that the deal, seemed to be blessed by the, top regulator in this issue that's a Jeep pie he's the chairman of Federal Communications Commission and he. Had rewritten and reinstituted rules to such, a degree that it appeared to brush away all, the obstacles to Sinclair to be able to acquire all these other stations pending the sale. Of several stations the interesting thing is the way in which Sinclair. Structured the sale of several these stations seem to throw the whole thing into doubt and that is it seemed. To be selling a couple of these Stations to companies that it either effectively controlled or. Strongly influenced so kind of selling in name only kind of a selling in name, only and that was something that even a GI the chairman found he couldn't swallow he pointed to those deals in question the integrity of some of us in. Clears statements and claims in addition, it's worth pointing out that a GP himself is under investigation by the independent inspector general of his. Own, agency. A for the way in which he handled the front end of this in which he, tried to make it easier. For Sinclair to do this. So that's part of the context and background in which pine made his decisions now Sinclair owns or controls. One hundred ninety TV. Stations around the country mostly mid size, and smaller markets Tribune has forty two stations in mostly big cities is that why a lot of analysts thought this was going to work there are analysts who felt like as though this would be a. Great way for Sinclair to expand to get a bigger footprint in some of the nation's top markets New York Los Angeles Chicago Texas in particular although some of these stations were to be sold so That's fine it's certainly is a. Way. In which there, could be this incredible continuing consolidation and a way for sin clear to create effectively a television network NFL. Conservative one at that from the ground up rather than from top down there. Was a conference call yesterday where Sinclair executives said they were working with Tribune. On the best approach to get the. Deal approved then just twenty four hours later at blows up. Sounds like, these two weren't communicating while at all what's the way that song goes put on a happy face I think Sinclair was hoping against hope that Tribune wind scotch the deal I do think the lawsuit comes as something of a surprise to everybody concerned it. Shows the animosity and the way in which Tribune is trying to distance itself. From representations that the head. Of the FCC now says he feels may, have been dishonest and disingenuous is. This the end of it or is there any. Chance of resurrecting the deal in one form or another we'll Tribune hadn't. Made this nouncement this morning it was going to be heard by an administrative law judge which meant that it would have been subject to a very lengthy bureaucratic procedure, to try, to get, a, federal, okay at, this point it's either going to be resolved in, court Are tossed out or there's going to be? Some money that changes hands to you know. Make Tribune whole as it were but ultimately this outcome is a strong slap in the face to Sinclair which expected I think to get a pretty warm embrace from the. Trump. Administration it's NPR, media correspondent David Folkenflik thanks David you.

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Hamas and Israel ceasefire talks

All Things Considered

05:17 min | 2 years ago

Hamas and Israel ceasefire talks

"Not also the dipping unemployment rate has made it harder for some manufacturers to fill open jobs. There are very few employees available to hire right now and those that don't have jobs either don't want them or are not hire those stories after this news. Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jim hawk in south western. Virginia residents of one hundred fifty homes remain evacuated as thority check out a rain-swollen damn to Mitchell Lindbergh's director. Of water resources says the dam is currently stable but he's asking, people who were evacuated to stay out of their. Homes until there's dry weather we want to get past this weather, system is coming up before we allow people to return to their homes but once we get past. That, and determine the dam is safe we will prevail out of an abundance of caution we will be providing a twenty four hour seven day a week continuous monitoring of the dam just. To. Be sure that it's safe out of an abundance of potion again the college lake dam began overflowing Thursday when heavy rain swept through the region. In Gaza the Islamic group HAMAs says it's holding high level talks about a possible cease fire with Israel NPR's Daniel estrin says it's aimed at ending months of Violence HAMAs says it's holding a major meeting of its. Political leadership in Gaza including some leaders who are based in other parts of the region indicating the seriousness of. The talks a HAMAs website says Egypt has brokered efforts to reach, a ceasefire with Israel it's also attempting a reconciliation. Between HAMAs and the rival Palestinian Authority government in the West Bank, and trying to ease Gaza's humanitarian crisis which includes water and electricity shortages Israeli officials said Prime Minister. Benjamin, Netanyahu cancelled a trip abroad he's reportedly discussing the talks with his cabinet Sunday meanwhile there were renewed Palestinian protests at, the fence separating Gaza and Israel Palestinian health officials say Israeli troops. Killed. At least one Palestinian Daniel estrin NPR news Jerusalem A federal judge in New York. City has dismissed to lawsuits against Fox. News channel over its botched coverage of the death of a young, Democratic Party staffer named Seth, rich as NPR's David. Folkenflik reports, the judge said the plaintiffs failed the state of valid. Legal claim FOX's story alleged that, an FBI, source and a private investigator working on the case had found evidence Richard been linked to the leaking of Democratic Party emails during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign and suggested his death might. Be related to the, leaks the private investigator is rod Wheeler he'd been hired. By Dallas investment manager intent on rebutting official findings that Russia had the emails hacked to help candidate Donald Trump Wheeler sued saying FOX, put words in his mouth FOX. Withdrew the story, after an, outcry the, judge said Wheeler could. Not avoid his own role in quote perpetuating a. Politically, motivated story not having any basis in fact the judge dismissed the second lawsuit by, Seth, rich parents they intend to appeal David Folkenflik NPR news New, York On Wall Street Friday stocks closed, up after a solid jobs, report the s&p five. Hundred index, gained thirteen points the Dow climbed one hundred thirty six. The NASDAQ composite up nine points, this is, NPR news Houston's police chief says. A man accused of killing one of former President George h.w Bush doctors killed himself when confronted by police, authorities say sixty two year old Joseph James Pappas died from a single self inflicted shot. Friday morning he'd been the subject of an intense manhunt since July twentieth the pro football. Hall of fame in canton Ohio will. Enshrine eight new members on Saturday from member station w. k. SU Kabeer body I reports it's a class that's. Generated interest both on and off the field wide receiver Terrell Owens will not, be in canton for, this year ceremony citing a perceived lack of respect for having to wait till his third year of eligibility Ray Lewis Welby there. Honored for an impressive seventeen seasons with the Baltimore Ravens but during his career he also pleaded guilty to obstruction of Justice in connection with the. Stabbing deaths of two men during a Super Bowl after party the senior committee this year selected. Jerry Kramer who played for the Green. Bay Packers team that won the. First two Super Bowls Robert doctor doom Brazil rounding out this year's class are linebacker Brian. Urlacher receiver Randy moss defensive back Brian. Dawkins and executive Bobby Beth for NPR news I'm Kabeer Bhatia in canton Ohio eight places in Portugal broke local. Temperature records Friday as a wave of heat from North Africa swept across the, Iberian peninsula forecasters are, predicting the scorching temperatures could get even worse over the weekend temperatures built to one hundred thirteen degrees Friday and many inland areas. Of Portugal and we're expected the top one hundred sixteen degrees in some places on Saturday I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington Support for. NPR comes from the Lemelson foundation committed to improving lives through invention in the US and in developing countries and working to inspire and enable the next, generation of inventors more information is available at Lemelson dot org and the Robert. Wood Johnson foundation at RWJF dot org.

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New York brings internal charges against officer in Garner chokehold death

All Things Considered

03:02 min | 2 years ago

New York brings internal charges against officer in Garner chokehold death

"Comcast forced a bidding war the new frontier is the British-based satellite TV giant sky FOX's at the tail end. Of a years. Long process to acquire the sixty one percent of the firm it does not already own and would, be poised to convey that to Disney in the sale Comcast launched a bidding war for the sixty one percent of, sky to and it's still on the hunt David Folkenflik NPR news Stocks finished lower across the board on Wall. Street today the. Dow dropped one hundred thirty four points the NASDAQ lost twenty nine points the SNP fell eleven points, or, four tenths of a percent this is NPR, news and this is WNYC in. New York I'm David I forty nine buildings have been evacuated and their occupants will have to find, other places to sleep for the. Next couple of nights due. To this morning's steam pipe explosion in Manhattan's flatiron district mayor de Blasios census Bastos was found. In the pipes enclosure and then it will probably take a couple of days to decontaminate the buildings closest. To the blast site Brief exposure is. Not a. Problem through the air but if this material is in a building if it's on clothing that is a real concern we do not want anything that might cause repeated exposure five people sustained. Minor injuries the stretch of Fifth Avenue between nineteen and twenty second, is expected to stay close to pedestrian bike and motor vehicle traffic for the next few days as well The board charge of investigating police misconduct in New York City is. Moving forward with charges against the officer who apply, to fatal chokehold to Stanton island man Eric, garner four years ago, the civilian complaint review board. Says it was informed this morning that the federal government, has released, its hold on. The investigation into NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo the board says it has been ready to prosecute Pantaleo and is now in the process of formerly filing charges against him The town of Babylon on. Long Island has acquired eight properties destroyed in hurricane sandy, and intends to leave them as open space w. s. h. us Terry Sheridan, reports the parcels of land near the water on Venetian promenade and Granada Parkway in Lyndon Hurst well bought by the town as part of the state's enhanced buyout program under the program the properties are needed. To be forever undeveloped Babylon's waterway supervisor Brian satanic says two of the. Properties will be incorporated into an adjacent park the other six, properties are along one of our creek. And that's an opportunity where we'll looking into letting it go back to nature but we're going to help the state bought all the properties from the, original, owners for just over two, million dollars and removed all structures and debris before selling them to the town for a nominal fee New York City's largest solar power system. Is now open on Stanton island nine thousand panels will generate four million kilowatts for Fordham university and it's prep school in the Bronx The state government and con Edison helped finance the project it is part. Of governor Cuomo's plan to generate fifty percent of.

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Comcast, Israel and Sky FOX discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Comcast, Israel and Sky FOX discussed on Morning Edition

"Made a splashy offer but Comcast forced a bidding war the new frontier. Is the British-based satellite TV giant. Sky FOX's at the tail end of a years long process to acquire the sixty one percent of, the firm it does not already own and would. Be poised to convey that to Disney in the sale Comcast launched a bidding war for. The sixty one percent of sky too and it's still, on the hunt David Folkenflik NPR news The Israeli parliament, passed a law defining Israel's identity as the nation state of. The Jewish people that's caused controversy with critics, arguing the law undermines equality for Israel's of the hats non-jewish citizens NPR's Daniel estrin. Has more much like a, constitutional amendment the law enshrines.

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"david folkenflik" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"david folkenflik" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"From wb are boston and npr i'm david folkenflik and this is on point the public's right to know what the government is doing and how it reaches its decisions forms the core of what we do here on npr journalism that right is not only important to journalists it's important to all of us it helps us evaluate what government officials do in our name and with our tax dollars there's a tug of war over the floor flow of information with every administration the tug of war appears to be particularly intense with the current white house from the oval office on down this hour on point transparency in the age of trump you can join us on air or online how much do you value knowing what's going on behind the scenes and how transparent do you think this administration has been join us anytime on point radio dot org or on twitter and facebook ad on point radio this isn't a partisan issue but a fundamental one over the course of this hour we'll talk with three people have sought transparency from both democratic and republican administrations for many years but first joining me now from bryans road maryland is solomon larget until very recently he worked in the white house's office of records management as an analyst one of his responsibilities involved tipping scraps of paper that had been torn apart back together for posterity these weren't just any papers salman thanks for joining me hi david i'm doing all right thank you sir so at tell me what was it that you are actually taping back together and how was it that you are asked to do it.

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AT&T, Justice Department await decision that could determine future of media

Morning Edition

01:33 min | 2 years ago

AT&T, Justice Department await decision that could determine future of media

"This is morning edition from npr news good morning i'm david green and i'm rachel martin today may mark the beginning of some big changes in the american media industry a federal judge will hand down his decision on whether at and t is free to take over time warner time warner owns warner brothers studios and numerous cable channels at and t provides broadband and telephone services and also owns direct tv the justice department opposes this deal steve inskeep talked with npr's david folkenflik about what's at stake so why would the justice department be opposed the justice department has said that it's too big too big is too much that consumers are gonna be throttled by the idea of these it's almost two halves of the same industry the people who create the content the people who funneled to you getting together it's too much problems with it they want to protect the consumer that's the argument trump made that claim on the campaign trail and he also at times seemed to tie it to his critique of cnn which of course is one of time warner's major properties so the implied not quite explicit shit but heavily implied threat is that trump didn't like cnn's coverage and therefore he was going to go after cnn's corporate parent because they had this vulnerability they wanted approval for this merger that's right now to be fair the head of his antitrust unit is widely respected by lawyers on both sides of this case in both sides of this issue but even though the judge barred discussion of trump's statements on this it looms over the entire case with that said there is this real question right i mean the question of cnn or hp our tnt getting into my house over an at and t broadband connection and is that too much power in one place that's the issue.

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Ceo, Hasbro and Us discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Ceo, Hasbro and Us discussed on NPR News Now

"He said was quote based primarily on speculation and conjecture it capped a good week for fox which named a new female ceo and reach settlements resolve eighteen accusations of bias and retaliation david folkenflik npr news new york one of childhood's most enduring sensory memories has been trademarked toy maker hasbro says the scent of playdoh now has an official registered trademark with the us patent and trademark office hasbro describes the scent of play doh as quote sweet slightly musky vanilla with light overtones of cherry combined with the smell of assaulted week based oh i'm louise schiavone npr news washington.

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"david folkenflik" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"david folkenflik" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And perhaps even at the time it was seen as him hitting on them the report found that no one was punished for not responding positively to them and that in the cases they found that he didn't persist but nonetheless that this was something that because there were no consequences to this kind of conversation that people didn't feel comfortable reporting they also said they thought hr was perceived as working hand in glove with news leadership and that one symbol of that was the fact that hr executives were located near news executives in glass walled offices that is not offices conducive to private or confidential conversations so this report is essentially saying that there's not a cultural problem at nbc when it comes to abuse and at the same time they have a second major figure retired nbc news anchor tom brokaw who's just accused of sexual harassment by three former colleagues so what's going on here well these accusations came up very late in the review they're very recently lodge two of them on the record all of them dating back decades one of the fifty years brokaw vigorously denies the woman who's the former nbc correspondent making the most serious accusation has declined so far to cooperate with the look at it by the network itself so it just left dangling there against the networks most legendary figure does any of this pave the way for matt lowers return in some manner nope there is no a series of conditions i can envision from having talked to people up and down the hierarchy at nbc at which matt lauer would be welcome back at the network let us recall that lower was accused among other things of a sexual acts with a more junior colleague that were so severe she was sent for immediate medical care afterward he's denied some of these allegations but the review found those accusations to be credible against him i don't see it happening that's npr media correspondent david folkenflik speaking to us from new york david thank you you bet.

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"david folkenflik" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"david folkenflik" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"This podcast and following message are sponsored by college vine mentors selected from columbia rice brown and more help with college lists and the application process learn more at college vine dot com from wbu are boston and npr i'm david folkenflik and this is on point you see support it yes we can those chance coming from porterfield state park in california yesterday as hundreds of central american migrants hit a literal wall and a metaphor at one to asylum seekers the caravan president trump has railed against told they have to wait the us is full customs and border protection saying it's reached capacity those migrants are now in limbo and the trump administration says fraudulent asylum claims will be prosecuted this hour on point the right to asylum in the us you could join us on air online what do you make up the caravan and of there being halted at the border should these people be granted asylum returned away join us anytime at on point radio dot org or on twitter and facebook and on point radio later this hour we'll discuss the opening of a new museum and memorial to lynching victims that's an alabama but first asylum and the southern border joining me now from san diego is gene guerrero she's frontiers reporter for ktbs and covers immigration and the us mexico border she was in tijuana to destiny with a caravan gene guerrero welcome to on point hey david great to be here i'm so set the scene for us what did what what would you have witnessed what would we have witnessed had we been there with you in tijuana yesterday.

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Tom Brokaw Accused of Sexual Harassment By Former NBC Anchor

Here & Now

02:12 min | 2 years ago

Tom Brokaw Accused of Sexual Harassment By Former NBC Anchor

"Nbc news is again at the center of a storm to women including a former nbc correspondent have accused retired anchor tom brokaw of sexually harassing them in the nineteen nineties and former today show host and curry said she warned nbc about matt lauer four years before his firing for sexual harassment and joy reed a host of on sister channel msnbc she's also in hot water for a past blog post that demeaned gay people she claims the comments were actually the work of hackers to frame her as a homophobe so let's dig in here let's bring an npr media correspondent david folkenflik david hey robin little disclosure here tom brokaw was a mentor of mine of sorts i subbed for jane pauley at nbc cohosted the today show with tom for years you know people are probably gonna this is probably going to feel familiar he was thought of as the salt of the earth from south dakota married his college sweetheart sweetheart and then we have this interview with a variety with former correspondent linda investor describing a time when brokaw invited himself to a hotel room where she was staying he took the same hand reach behind my head and tried to force me to kiss him i pulled back with all the strength i could muster and stood up and i said tom i do not want to do this with you david this is shocking to a lot of people tell us more about the allegations will veterans spoke with variety shell spoke with the washington post she said she was making these allegations public not because she wants every anything from it she's not gonna sue the networker sue brokaw but she claims that she has not seen the network address these issues seriously enough she said she wanted this to be known she said there were two instances in particular in which brokaw effectively sexually harassed her and that he sort of aggressively flirted with her on what's called the top line system it was kind of early rudimentary texting or email system within the network and she told friend about it at the time that's boca additionally with the washington post she provided samples of her diary from that era in the nineteen nineties and so there is you know seeming if not con.

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'A historic moment': 'Black Panther' breaks Saudi's cinema ban, minus some kissing

01:07 min | 2 years ago

'A historic moment': 'Black Panther' breaks Saudi's cinema ban, minus some kissing

"A lot better than the start of this case i certainly the justice department lawyers do not seem to have been able to make the case strongly that there was the dire desire to work over their competitors the comcast and spectrums and others by saying we're gonna just jack up our prices in terms of getting our content on our competitors fears and benefit our own on direct tv what i think you're seeing is that they're making a case in the justice department had hard time rebutting npr's david folkenflik thanks a lot you bet black panther was shown last night at a movie theater in saudi arabia it was an invitation only event that marked the end of a three decade old ban on cinema in the ultra conservative kingdom and more theaters are supposed to open soon npr's jackie northam went to the city of jeddah for a look at saudi showbiz she says filmmakers are eager to light up the screens and a sensor is ready to check their work you need to climb three flights of stairs to reach cineplex production company it's rooms are bright and cluttered with film posters in one room there are sagan coaches and a large white wall.

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Michael Cohen hearing: What falls under attorney-client privilege?

All Things Considered

02:16 min | 2 years ago

Michael Cohen hearing: What falls under attorney-client privilege?

"Early last week president trump's longtime personal attorney michael cone just had his office his home in his hotel that he was staying in raided by the fbi today in an early morning raid now what that means is muller's witchhunt investigation is now a runaway train that is clearly careening off the tracks and for the past week hannity has hammered special prosecutor robert muller for his treatment of cohen and coen's clients viewers already know that hannity is trump advisor the to dine together but how would viewers possibly know of hannity's ties to cohen as the fox star defended the lawyer on the air hannity has gotten too close to the people he's talking about before he was twice rebuked for raising money for tea party causes and told in two thousand sixteen he could no longer appear in ads supporting trump now back to hannity explaining the whole michael cohen thing i've known michael along longtime cure hannity was on his radio show yesterday i assume that those conversations were attorney client confidential but hannity wants to have it both ways protected by attorney client confidentiality yet not a client here's harvard law professor emeritus alan dershowitz on hannity zone show well first of all sean i do want to say that i really think that you should have disclosed your relationship with cohen when you talked about him on this show you could have said just that you would ask them for advice or whatever after hanging back for a day fox news issued a statement this afternoon saying the network was surprised by handy's relationship with the president's lawyer but stood by him left unsaid fox ceo rupert murdoch is a strong trump supporter and like hannity a frequent confidante david folkenflik npr news china today announced it's easing its rules on foreign carmakers over the next five years the chinese auto market is one of the largest and most lucrative in the world but because of tough trade barriers it's also been one of the hardest markets for foreign companies to enter to understand how today's announcement changes that we're joined by npr sonora glendon haste nari hails so what have been the restrictions china has imposed up until now so right now if you're a foreign car company china expert into china you have to have.

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"david folkenflik" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"david folkenflik" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"This is on point i'm david folkenflik we're unpacking the political fallout from speaker of the house paul ryan's surprise announcement that he will not seek reelection what is his departure mean for the gop for this president for the nation for the upcoming elections follow us on twitter and find us on facebook at on point radio might guest our lisa desjardins she's congressional correspondent for pbs newshour and the republican strategist kim alfano thanks for sticking with us i wanted to read a one of a number of comments that we've gotten on our site lars grant west posters comment he says hard to listen to people talking about how great paul ryan it's it's difficult he may be a nice guy but the fundamental disconnect between his personality and delivery and the line rand mentality that leaves a lot of the working class people always at the precipice of failure is hard to square we also have some callers here i'd like to work in here's jim crow calling from charleston south carolina i thank you for calling for taking my call house speaker ryan as well as other conservative fiscal hawks spent the career honing their knives and cutting every social program they can't medicare medicaid social security any benefit any hard working class person eat it and yet he's going to retire in january and he's going to take his federal pension with them after twenty years how hypocritical he and these other so called budget hawks are well thank you jim hill care.

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"david folkenflik" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"david folkenflik" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Obviously and so when brian stelter first reported the segments we're going to come out you had a copy of the original script and the script hasn't it didn't change very much in the weeks between when he first reported this was happening and wench segments actually began to air one thing that did change is there's somebody the david folkenflik at npr actually spoke with a clear executive about the scratch and he has their defensive descriptive basically again gas it's a totally innocuous is it's like if you don't like the script this means that you are that you want media to be biased essentially sort of a mind game situation and he also took he's sort of challenged the idea that they were attacking mainstream crafts or national press as a whole and so in the final script they manage to change that so that the word national look no longer coupled with the word media and everything else is pretty much the same and sinclair have really stuck to its guns in the days since everybody has started seeing these videos and ben pretty creeped out by them they're responsive largely to do exactly about again to say oh if you don't approve of this kind of segments which is a standard promotional type of then does that mean that you want are you want us to be biased right right and we should say i mean it just gives you a sense another sense of of sinclair media are our audience and other sons clint sinclair media i don't know if people remember in bozeman montana there was a congressional race back i think it was in a special election back in may of two thousand seventeen you had republican congressional candidate greg gm forty on the night or to me a couple of nights before the election assaulted and i'm not this is i'm using this term in in the legal sense because he was convicted of this assaulted a report he body slammed a reporter and sinclair media the sin claire media outlet there was the only one that did not report this so we have a sense of just sort of like how deep their agenda runs when you do not report that a congressional candidate has just assaulted a reporter that's a pretty high bar to ignore in the context of a congressional race so.

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Fox's Ingraham to take week off as advertisers flee amid controversy

All Things Considered

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Fox's Ingraham to take week off as advertisers flee amid controversy

"Vitality of the arts for everyone ideas that wallace foundation dot org it's all things considered from npr news i'm ari shapiro nelson chang the cable television host laura ingram has had a bad forty eight hours it began when the fox news personality called out david hogg a survivor of the parkland shooting on twitter for quote whining about being rejected from four colleges ingram was widely criticized for the tweet but the object of criticism david hogg responded differently he tweeted to ingram asking her to name her biggest advertisers numerous twitter followers obliged and in the ensuing hours at least eight of those advertisers have pulled their sponsorship from her program the ingram angle to talk more about what that means for ingram and fox joined by npr media correspondent david folkenflik hey david hale's so cute just briefly walk us through some of the advertisers who pulled their sponsorship as of now.

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Rick Saccone concedes to Conor Lamb in Pennsylvania congressional race

02:31 min | 2 years ago

Rick Saccone concedes to Conor Lamb in Pennsylvania congressional race

"Service time warner's one of the nation's leading media and entertainment companies it owns hbo cnn and warner brothers studios among other properties in recent decades the federal government has not sought to stop blockbuster deals combining companies that don't compete with one another the justice department says they may not compete but these two companies will add up to one that's too large controlling both content and the way people consume it if the deal is blocked it could discourage future corporate mergers president trump has weighed in against the deal while attacking cnn and other media outlets but the presiding judge says that's not relevant to this case david folkenflik npr news the fourth winter storm to hit the northeast this month is exiting the region the nor'easter dropped about a foot of snow from parts of maryland up to maine you're listening to npr news congressional leaders have unveiled a one point three trillion dollar spending bill lawmakers have until friday night at midnight to pass spending legislation or the federal government faces another partial shutdown it's a huge bill about two thousand pages it spends more on military readiness and domestic programs such as early childhood education and money for opioid treatment and abuse prevention congressional negotiators have also agreed to spend more than one point six billion dollars on border security including fencing on the us mexican border more than a week after constituents in pennsylvania's eighteenth congressional district cast their votes republican rick sokoto has conceded defeat to democrat connor lamb from member station w e s a in pittsburgh kylie kaczynski reports in a tight race conner lamb captured the seat by fewer than eight hundred votes in a district easily won by donald trump in two thousand sixteen after a phone call with his opponent laminates his victory on his twitter page last night lamb's tenure will be short as the current eighteenth district will be dismantled under state supreme court ruling pennsylvania's congressional map will be redrawn and both lamb ansa cone will be running in different districts in the fall for npr news i'm kylie kuczynski in pittsburgh prosecutors in peru or asking a judge to stop outgoing president pedro kaczynski from leaving the country because inskeep has resigned over a corruption scandal he's company is accused of taking money more than a decade ago that was while he was in office from a brazilian firm that is embroiled in yet another corruption scandal i'm korva coleman npr news in washington support for npr comes from.

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