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New Jersey, Burlington County officials are stepping up their efforts to go after child predators online during the COVID-19 pandemic
"Child predators. Investigators have developed a new program cable Up yourself. Jersey Bureau chief David Mattingly fills us in prosecutor Scott Caffeine. This team has been busy with what's been dubbed Operation Safe Quarantine Our office has received. 52 cyber tips from March 17th of July 16 2020 compared to 29 cyber tips during the same time last year. Statewide. The numbers have tripled over the same time period with kids at home or their online Mohr and that's prime time for predators all too skilled with luring kids teaming up with federal agents based in Cherry Hill. They've arrested eight men age 27 to 71 from throughout Burlington County. Each is charged with possessing child porn and endangerment. The operation will continue. Bottom line CAFFEINE A says parents should be more vigilant than ever about what their Children, particularly teens, air doing on cell phones and video games these days. In Pemberton, David Mattan
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"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly Roger stone is in federal court in Washington this morning for sentencing president trump's one time twenty sixteen campaign adviser was convicted last year on seven counts including lying to Congress and witness tampering the charges stemmed from former special counsel Robert Muller is investigation of Russian election interference for justice department lawyers recently withdrew from the case after the DOJ overruled the recommendation that stone serve seven to nine years in prison South Korea is reporting its first death from the corona virus and a spike in new cases to at least eighty two Jason Strother in Seoul says health officials believe one person may have spread the virus to dozens of others south Korean authorities say a sixty one year old woman and may have infected close to forty members of her church they're not sure how she contracted the corona virus as she hasn't traveled abroad recently and isn't known to have come into contact with other patients the outbreak is centered in around the city of Daegu about one hundred fifty miles south of Seoul it's home to about two and a half million residents Japan is reporting two deaths from the corona virus both were Japanese citizens in their eighties or were hospitalized following their quarantine aboard the diamond princess cruise ship in Tokyo hundreds of passengers on that ship contracted the virus this is NPR news from Washington from KCRW on cherry Glazer was state and local headlines the homelessness and housing crisis took center stage in Sacramento during governor Gavin Newsom state of the state address the governor devoted almost all this forty minute speech yesterday to those issues the state of California can no longer treat homelessness and housing and security as someone else's problem very below in on other priorities that are much easier to win or better suited for sound bites so responsibility and it must be the top of our agenda the state is taking some steps immediately it's offering hundreds of state.
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"And young affluent let next professionals are part of that four out here trying to decide American dream like my get ever my me Buffy but then the process sometimes you realize like as you know with capitalism some of your actions may start to affect the very people that you love hold so dear the lab mix creators of the new Netflix series tend to five today at noon on press play on case it's four thirty news headlines are next live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly Vermont senator Bernie Sanders has opened a wide lead nationally among the democratic presidential candidates that's according to the latest poll from N. P. R. the PBS newshour and Marist here's NPR's to medical Montanaro Sanders leads with voters under forty five people who live in cities he leads with women college graduates he leads with us suburban and rural voters and is second only to Joe Biden the former vice president with black voters and by and by the way is falling off considerably now in third place in this poll after two disappointing showings in Iowa New Hampshire the poll finds former New York mayor Mike Bloomberg in second place behind Sanders something that qualifies him for tomorrow night's democratic presidential debate in Nevada early voting for Saturday's Nevada caucuses ends today China is reporting another ninety eight deaths linked to the corona virus and more than nineteen hundred new cases NPR's Daniel Estrin in Jerusalem says Israel is banning entry to foreign nationals who recently visited China Israel's refusing entry to foreign visitors who have been in Thailand Singapore in China plus Hong Kong and Macau in the last fourteen days Israelis are being advised not to travel to those areas and also to avoid travel to Japan South Korea and Taiwan so far there have been no reported coronavirus infections inside Israel this is NPR news from Washington the Boy Scouts of America is seeking chapter eleven bankruptcy protection as it deals with hundreds of sexual abuse lawsuits several thousand men say they were molested my scalp masters and other leaders in the U. S. when they were scouts the filing puts the lawsuits on hold for now the Boy Scouts lists assets of between one and ten billion dollars retailer pier one says it's going to close all sixty seven of its stores in Canada as it seeks bankruptcy protection in the US has Dan carbon Chuck reports the company is also looking for a buyer in a brief statement Texas based here once it is pursuing the sale of the company in the U. S. amid chapter eleven proceedings and because of that it's closing all stores in Canada it's thank Canadians who shopped at those stores over the years the company C. E. O. added that the move gives his home decor company more time in financial room Robert respects at pier one in recent months had taken steps to cut costs and streamline its operations in January the company announced it was closing about half of its Canadian and U. S. stores analysts say the retailer has been struggling for years and it's failed to adapt to a changing retail market especially with the growth of online shopping for NPR news I'm Dan carbon Chuck in Toronto HSBC bank says it's planning to eliminate thirty five thousand jobs over the next three years as part of a restructuring the Lunda spate London based bank says it wants to focus more on faster growing markets in Asia I'm David Mattingly in Washington you're listening to KCRW on Larry Parral next time on All Things Considered Venezuela's president has decided to allow the use of US dollars to boost the country's economy but that's not working for poor people who are still hungry also have a look at more effective doomsday properties as they get more popular and expensive and can a recent victory by conservatives in the U. K. offer lessons for the Democratic Party plus local news weather and traffic it's All Things Considered from NPR and Casey are W. a Tuesday edition starts at three seven California whether we'll have lots of sunshine today and tomorrow with areas of morning low clouds and fog well the locally dense with the visibility one quarter mile or less at times it will be clear this evening then areas of low clouds and fog overnight hi today from the.
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"NPR news Hong Kong this is NPR news hundreds of people in Jackson Mississippi are out of their homes this morning because of flooding from the rising Pearl River authorities went door to door over the weekend urging people to leave track we all turn the moon by is the mayor of Jackson we are still in a critical situation an evacuation order is still in effect the river is forecast to crest in Jackson today at more than thirty seven feet the record there is a more than forty three feet the mayor says about twenty four hundred homes and businesses are vulnerable to flooding the National Weather Service says the Jackson area will see more rain and showers through Thursday search teams in Colorado say they've recovered the bodies of two men killed in an avalanche near Vail Stina sick with Colorado public radio says they were found under about twenty feet of snow they were in a group of three men riding motorized snow bikes in the back country in rural eagle county in western Colorado the Colorado Avalanche information center says one man was able to dig himself out and go for help after getting caught in the slide but the other two were quickly buried and killed one of those killed was twenty eight years old the other was thirty authorities in Midland Texas say a shooting that left one person dead and three others injured yesterday involved rival motorcycle gangs at a bar suspects are still being sought I'm David Mattingly NPR news in Washington on the next fresh air president trump really call his top military commanders a bunch of dopes and babies we hear from two Pulitzer Prize winning reporters from The Washington Post Philip Rucker and Carol Lennix did more than two hundred interviews for their inside account of the trump administration which is titled a very stable genius hope you can join us and you can hear fresh air at one and repeated again at seven PM overnight partly cloudy with patchy fog lows in the upper thirties to mid forties and presidents day partly cloudy in the morning and we'll see sunshine by afternoon highs in the mid sixties sentient for both Tuesday and Wednesday and still a dry February ad of us is on the Sacramento Valley partly cloudy lows in the mid forties overnight and later today mostly sunny highs in the mid sixties to low seventies good morning I'm Marla Davies and you're listening to KQED public radio morning edition continues it's three thirty three support for NPR comes from this station and from my drive maker of remote PC providing remote access to computers anywhere for remote assistance and featuring remote PC vision and augmented reality.
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"To develop leads duration the question is is it adequate okay compliments that question will have to be decided by Danville residents like Lou picky so I do a lot of hiking trail running I had put the kids in the family so I'd love to have access to the private plans but he also does a lot of cycling along Diablo road I am concerned about the topic and then bicycle safety even if measure why passes it will be up to the city and park district to follow through on creating trails and keeping biker safe I'm by Mars Roddy KQED news and I'm Brian white you're listening to morning edition on KQED the time six twenty nine traffic time again with Peter finch back to this to the San Jose area yeah that's right Dave north bound one oh one near capitol expressway they're still working to clear a fender Bender involving about half a dozen vehicles the backup now to blossom hill road bay bridge heading into the city past Treasure Island exit there is a broken down motorcycle in the left lane causing some back up there bart it is day two of the new schedule all trains running on time I'm Peter finch for KQED traffic support comes from San Matteo credit union support for KQ we do comes from T. mobile for business T. mobile has invested nearly thirty billion dollars on their five G. network designed for workforce mobility keeping businesses connected where they are today more a T. mobile for business dot com more N. P. R. news and keep you reading years next at six thirty live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly New Hampshire is the focus.
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"Conversation live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly New Hampshire is the focus of the twenty twenty democratic presidential race today as voters head to the polls in the nation's first primary NPR's Scott dentro has more from Manchester New Hampshire's primary results could amplify the results of the Iowa caucuses or it could totally muddy the democratic presidential field the question is how well former south bend Indiana mayor Pete judge does whether senator any club which are seeing a real surge as polling numbers and fundraising in crowd sizes indicate signs point to another strong showing for senator Bernie Sanders as well he won the New Hampshire primary four years ago president trump was in Manchester last night where he highlighted his impeachment acquittal in the Senate and predicted he'll be reelected and Republicans will regain control of the house in November the corona viruses now blame for more than one thousand deaths in China NPR's Meredith Rizzo says the virus has been confirmed in more than two dozen countries and territories most cases of the novel coronavirus have come from the food bay province where the outbreak was first detected two months ago the World Health Organization says that the majority of those who contract the virus will suffer mild symptoms with around two percent resulting in death however public health authorities say there are a lot of unanswered questions about how the virus is spreading Meredith Rizzo NPR news Hong Kong this is NPR news from Washington this is WNYC in New York I'm Richard Hey compared Lazio continues to criticize the New York bail reform law but has cited no statistical evidence that links violent crimes to the lack of cash bail for some offenders speaking in Albany blasier's told Gothamist reporter Christopher robin's that he would like more judicial discretion to be use when it comes to bail he really had no specific answer to the question of what would your bail reform reform look like Lazio still praise bell reform for keeping low income people out of jail New York City police officers reported an increase in the use of stop and frisk last year here's W. N. Y. C.'s Yasmin Kahn officers recorded nearly thirteen thousand five hundred stops in twenty nineteen a more than twenty percent increase from the year before legal advocates say the numbers confirm what their clients and mostly poured non white neighborhoods were already telling them police stops are on the rise police officials contend the increase represents more accurate reporting the NYPD has been under a federal monitor for it stop and frisk practices since the judge ruled in twenty thirteen at that police mis used the tactic and a racially discriminatory and unlawful way the monitor has flagged repeatedly over the last few years that police officers were failing to record all stops New York state education officials are seeking more input on rules proposed for private schools WMI sees Jessica gold reports officials are considering tightening regulations for private schools including more detail on what needs to be taught and more oversight this comes as dozens of ultra orthodox schools are under investigation for failing to teach students basic skills but the issue was and other schools are pushing back claiming the new rules would threaten their autonomy and add red tape many of the one hundred forty thousand comments were against the changes meanwhile advocates for more secular studies at U. Shiva's see the process has dragged on long enough the investigation into your Shiva's started in twenty fifteen with the spread of the coronavirus overseas New Yorkers of Asian descent say they continue to face hostility in public some videos posted on social media shown subway passengers physically and verbally attacking people Joanne you is the executive director of the Asian American federation she said on the Brian Lehrer show that she and her colleagues fear for their safety we know we sort of choked that were free to cough on the tracking because people are looking at us funny and you know people look at you funny they do make racist comments and other brats I'm afraid to clear my throat thank you is encouraging people to patronize Chinese food restaurants and visit the city's.
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"Right side of history to be on I support equality for all races all genders equality is the message I think we should leave to our daughters each chamber still has to approve the others version of that year eight resolution for NPR news I'm Meghan poly in Richmond Virginia this is NPR news from Washington authorities in the Virgin Islands are suing the estate of the late financier an alleged sex trafficker Jeffrey abstain is NPR's Greg Allen reports prosecutors say abstain brought girls as young as eleven years old to the U. S. territory the lawsuit filed in the U. S. Virgin Islands focuses on extenze activities on as a state on a private island their little Saint James at a news conference in the Virgin Islands Attorney General Denise George said Epstein was involved in human trafficking bring girls to the island where they were subjected to sexual abuse and forced labor available flight locks establish that the obscene enterprise transported young women and under age girls to the Virgin Islands but these unlawful purposes everything was found dead in a New York jail cell last year where was waiting to face charges that he sexually exploited girls in Florida and New York George says the lawsuit and the Virgin Islands six penalties and punitive damages including forfeiture of absence a state and private island Greg Allen NPR news the state of Georgia is preparing to execute a man convicted of killing a convenience store clerk more than thirty years ago last week a judge denied a defense request for DNA testing on the gun used in the fatal shooting the judge said the evidence of Jimmy matters guilt was overwhelming he will be the first death row inmate executed in Georgia this year and twenty nineteen the state executed three of them Wall Street is coming off another record high close for the Dow gained ninety one point yesterday to close above the twenty nine thousand mark for the first time I'm David Mattingly NPR.
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"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly nearly a month after the house passed two articles of impeachment against president trump they were expected to be sent to the Senate today a vote in the house is to be followed by house impeachment managers walking them across the capital in a box to the Senate NPR's Kelsey Snell says some Republican senators are open to the idea of allowing new witness testimony but not right away they don't want to have a witness conversation before this trial get started they're saying they would potentially both for witnesses like say a former national security adviser John Bolton to come and testify but they want to do it after the White House and the house and presented their case to the Senate and the senators have presented their arguments and that's something that could take weeks so we may see this witness I play out more than once in the Senate trial the articles accuse trump of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress in Guatemala critics of former president Jimmy moralis clashed with riot police late last night as moralis and his former vice president were on their way to be sworn in as new members of a regional parliament Maria Martin has more protesters demanded authorities arrest what S. on charges of receiving illicit campaign funds and for his part in the got sick with a scandal one forty one teenage gross burnt to death in a state orphanage after a long standoff what Alice was finally sworn in this is NPR news you're listening to KCRW on cherry Glazer federal authorities are investigating why a delta jet with engine trouble dump fuel over densely populated area southeastern LA county among the people affected yesterday school children who were doused in the stuff I got this I told my friend area and then I I was we do it is it's you that girls speaking to KTLA was among dozens of students on the playground at Park Avenue elementary school and cut a Hey when the fuel vapor began raining down shortly before noon all told thirty one children and adults at Park Avenue were treated by paramedics for symptoms like skin and lung irritation and light headedness dozens more were treated at several nearby schools like San Gabriel elementary in south gate in Jordan hi in Long Beach no one was hospitalized all the affected schools are scheduled to reopen today but not before getting us thorough scrub down here's kind of Hey mayor Elizabeth el contar speaking about Park Avenue will be cleaned up of fully on the outside and the inside including the playground area the forty say for children to attend the question now is why the pilots decided to dump fuel over populated area dumping fuel is a common practice with aircraft experiencing an emergency it makes the lighter and safer to land but it's supposed to be done over water or at least away from people one Park Avenue parent told KABC she doesn't understand what the pilot was thinking the same and I mean you would think they would know where they're where they're flying over where they're flying over a school the emergency that force delta flight eighty nine to return to LA actually after take off was described as a compressor stall and while the engines the plane did manage to land safely and this year's inductees into the rock and roll hall of fame have been announced and they include some household names we're talking Whitney Houston the Doobie brothers notorious B. I. G. Depeche Mode Nine Inch Nails and T. rex along with rock journalist and artist manager Jon Landau they were chosen from a ballot of sixteen finalists artists like the Dave Matthews Band Soundgarden Pat Benatar.
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"Point nine quake on Saturday tomorrow Caro was one of the volunteers handing out blankets and other supplies to people in San Juan she says many residents are still traumatized by hurricane Maria in twenty seventeen things IT the combination of white people went from four thirty go two years ago after Maria but also the lack of a coordinated and responsible funds from the government this is NPR news from Washington tornadoes and icy roads are blamed for at least eleven deaths in the U. S. from the south to the northeast tornadoes killed at least six people in Louisiana and Alabama a tornado did extensive damage to a high school near Columbia South Carolina icy conditions are blamed for highway fatalities in Lubbock Texas and in Iowa severe winter weather is blamed for more than forty deaths in Pakistan and Afghanistan NPR's D. ahead deed in Islamabad says the two countries have been hit with heavy snow fall and flash flooding one of the worst affected places was a southwest Pakistani province of Baluchistan what twenty five people died mostly when their homes caved in they included a family of six in Afghanistan flash flooding in the southern province of Kandahar because the deaths of eight people earlier in January a senior adviser to the pox on prime minister said the extreme cold weather was partly because of climate change Pakistan's meteorological department says the heavy snow and sleet will continue throughout Monday it's one that heavy rains and snows may trigger landslides did date NPR news Islamabad in the Philippines thousands of people are continuing to evacuate because of a volcanic eruption about sixty miles from Manila ash and lava have also forced the cancellation of more than five hundred airline flights the main airport in Manila is partially reopened today I'm David Mattingly in Washington coming up this morning on foreign governor Gavin Newsom announces two hundred twenty two billion dollar budget last week it includes funding to create a state owned generic drug label and directs more than one point four billion dollars in helping states homeless population forum discusses the California budget you'll hear that at nine o'clock at ten o'clock after nearly fifty years reporting for television news outlets in the bay area veteran journalist Vic Lee is retiring leave us it's foreign to reflect on his career and you'll hear that at ten at ten thirty.
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"The area they hi jacked a UPS truck and kidnapped the driver that's F. B. I. special agent George bureau when the chase ended at an intersection in Miramar the two suspects were killed during the exchange of gunfire with law enforcement the UPS driver was also killed as was a motorist in another vehicle the latest numbers on employment in the U. S. are due out later this morning this is NPR news from Washington the Minnesota National Guard says a Black Hawk helicopter that crashed yesterday killing the three soldiers aboard was on a maintenance test flight at the time a spokesman says the pilot issued a mayday call about nine minutes after takeoff from Saint cloud moments later the guard lost contact with the helicopter it crashed about sixteen miles southwest of the city a death row inmate executed in Tennessee last night was put to death by electric chair not lethal injection Samantha Max with member station W. P. elan says the prisoner who was blind chose electrocution for killing his girlfriend in nineteen ninety one by setting your car on fire Tennessee is backing up multiple national trends when it comes to the death penalty not only is it one of just seven states have executed someone this year but it's also what the only state that to use its electric chair in recent memory death row inmates in Tennessee can opt for electrocution if they were convicted of a crime committed before nineteen ninety nine several have recently made that choice amid concerns about the state's lethal injection protocol twenty three death row inmates recently sued the department of correction they argue Tennessee's new drug cocktail amounted to cruel and unusual punishment but both the state and federal Supreme Court denied their request to pause executions for NPR news I'm Samantha Max in Nashville DOW futures are up seventy one points this morning I'm David Mattingly in Washington and I'm Richard hake on WNYC in New York the MTA says its new contract with the transport workers union will say the agency forty four million dollars a year but W. NYC Stephen that's reports budget walked out watch dogs they well that's not that much the MTA says the new contract will save millions in health costs but there's no increase in workers in you'll health care contributions the contract does have a new overtime agreement which is expected to save seventeen million dollars a year Maria do list vice president of the citizens budget commission says none of it's enough to change the financial outlook for the agency which spends more than eight billion dollars a year on labor alone it does take baby steps in the right direction on some important measures but it doesn't go far enough transit workers will see their salaries increase by more than ninety percent over the course of the four year contract union members and the MTA board still needs.
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"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly a federal appeals court is weighing arguments in a lawsuit filed by prosecutors in New York City who were seeking years of president trump's tax returns Andrea Bernstein with member station W. N. Y. C. says the president's attorneys argue trump is immune from investigation while in office the argument came in a case over whether the Manhattan D. A. is allowed to review trump's tax returns in an investigation of business fraud in New York translators went to court to prevent that a federal judge dismissed the case calling it quote repugnant to the constitution but trump appealed his team is arguing that a sitting president and his business have absolute immunity from investigation so long as the president in office in a court hearing in Manhattan trump's lawyer was asked is he a mutant even in a hypothetical Fifth Avenue situation yes the lawyer said while in office he can't be investigated for any crime the case is now before the second circuit court of appeals all parties agree it's headed for the Supreme Court for NPR news I'm Andrea Bernstein in New York defense secretary mark asper is in Brussels today where he's criticizing Turkey for its recent military assault on Kurdish fighters in northeast Syria esper calls the incursion unwarranted and says that threatens to reverse years of games and made against ISIS yesterday the president announced he was lifting US sanctions on Turkey this is NPR news British police say the thirty nine bodies discovered yesterday in a truck container at an industrial park east of London were all Chinese citizens a truck driver is under arrest on suspicion of murder police say the truck cab came from Northern Ireland well the containerized in England from a port in Belgium British prime minister Boris Johnson is promising to prosecute human smugglers to the fullest extent of the law India and Pakistan have signed an agreement allows Indian pilgrims to travel across the border to a Sikh shrine in Pakistan as search me to pot talk reports from Mumbai the agreement has been in the works for years and follows several rounds of negotiations the deal would allow Indian Sikhs visa free access to the place in Pakistan very good Nanak the founder of Sikhism is believed to have died the road to the shrine is set to officially open in November ahead of the five hundred fiftieth anniversary of the good news birth the signing of the agreement is a rare friendly gesture between India and Pakistan it comes amid rising tensions between the two nuclear armed rivals over the disputed Himalayan that'd she of course we'd but just split between them in early August India put restrictions on movement of push me civilians got phones and internet and revoked this music on me Pakistan has denounced the move for NPR news I'm search me to partake in Mumbai authorities in Egypt say flooding in and around Cairo has left eleven people dead I'm David Mattingly in Washington.
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"California health officials have a new warning don't vape that's after a few people have been treated for lung disease and a small handful of even died but not everyone's on board with a warning I know they're definitely the risks you know involved with anything that we do but the same thing can actually smoking cigarettes actually drinking alcohol institute take is clearing the air about a relatively new phenomenon greater LA today one on KCRW. the time is three thirty news headlines are next live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly there's word today from Paris that former French president Jacques Chirac has died he was eighty six the acting director of national intelligence will be on Capitol Hill today Joseph Maguire will be questioned by members of the house intelligence committee about a whistle blowers complaint involving president trump's July phone call with Ukraine's president trump says he did nothing wrong and asking the Ukrainian leader to look into the activities of former vice president Biden and a son hunter is the focus of an impeachment inquiry my house Democrats Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren was asked about it she campaigned in New Hampshire yesterday how about not even the president of the United States the FDA is working to remove flavored vaping products from the market here's NPR's Richard Harris acting FDA commissioner Ned Sharpless faced a congressional panel and the questions were often pointed one common theme is why products that appeal to kids have been allowed on the market for so many years Sharpless said the agency was lulled into inaction by an apparent plateau in uptake of youth vaping back in twenty seventeen you should have begun regulating these vices sooner Sharpless says the agency is now working on plans to address youth addiction by removing flavored products on the market that policy could take a couple more weeks he said followed by a brief period for public comment Richard Harris NPR news this is NPR news. Boeing says it's making major changes to its internal safety protocols following deadly crashes of MAX eight aircraft in Indonesia and Ethiopia they killed all three hundred forty six people aboard NPR's David Schaper says the changes are intended to improve transparency and accountability with crash investigators in part blaming Boeing's flawed design of a flight control system and prosecutors looking into whether the company cut corners to speed up development of the seven thirty seven Max and reduce costs Boeing says it is now restructuring its system of safety checks and balances a whole new safety organization will be created and a realignment of engineering is designed to strengthen oversight and accountability Boeing's Max Seitz remain grounded worldwide authorities in northern California say they're lowering the death toll on the state's deadliest wildfire on record they say last year's campfire was responsible for eighty five deaths and analysis of an unidentified bone fragment shows that belong to a previously counted victim the fire destroyed about fourteen thousand homes mostly in the town of paradise in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada an investigation found faulty equipment owned by Pacific gas and electric was responsible for that fire stocks in Asia ended the day mostly higher following a day of gains on Wall Street the Dow added one hundred sixty two points the nasdaq gained eighty three. I'm David Mattingly in Washington..
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"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly there's a special election today in North Carolina for a house seat Republican Dan bishop is facing Democrat Dan Macready in a race that stems from the twenty eighteen mid term elections president trump was in Fayetteville last night campaigning for bishop urging his supporters to help the GOP regain control of the house a federal judge in California is reinstating a nationwide ban on the trump administration's effort to block most migrants from seeking asylum at the US Mexico border president trump is criticizing the ruling has is mark Morgan the acting commissioner of customs and border protection who says the president is having to navigate Lee illegal immigration through the courts because Congress won't act this president this administration we keep having to go outside the box within the current legal framework to come up with new initiatives new policies new regulations because this Congress won't do their job the department of homeland security says hurricane evacuees from the Bahamas arriving in the US will need a valid passport those coming by boat will also require a visa that contradicts earlier guidance from Morgan who said anyone would be accepted for humanitarian reasons Google is the focus of an anti trust investigation being launched by the attorneys general of forty eight states the district of Columbia and Puerto Rico. this is NPR news from Washington. Japan's Tokyo electric power says it's running out of room to store radioactive waste water from the Fukushima nuclear plant which was largely destroyed eight years ago by an earthquake and tsunami the BBC's Michael Bristol has more the contaminated water more than a million tons now has been used to cool the melted reactors the international atomic energy agency says a decision what to do needs to be taken gently Japan's environment ministry said the only option was to drainage into the Pacific Ocean but that would probably lead to protests from neighboring countries in local people the government said a final decision had not yet been taken a member of Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan's ruling political party says he plans to form a new party is NPR's Peter Kenyon former deputy prime minister Ali Baba John was a loyal member of the A. K. party but resigned over what he called deep differences Bob John made the announcement in a newspaper interview he and former president Abdullah Gul have both talked a challenging air to one's party so far above the gents as cool isn't part of this effort the A. K. party lost mayoral races in Istanbul and Ankara earlier this year and concern over the economy unemployment and the burden of hosting millions of Syrian refugees has continued to weigh in Turkey's leadership the next opportunity for voters to weigh in won't come until twenty twenty three Peter Kenyon NPR news estable Dow futures are down twenty points this morning I'm David Mattingly NPR news in Washington. good morning.
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"On this Labor Day holiday it's the last fling of summer and Labor Day beach parties on hunting island Fripp island in Hilton head are going as planned but the county has implemented the emergency operations center to get ready for what might happen sheriff PJ Tanner says that sometimes it's difficult to move people away from the coast because we only use five ways to do that and we're moving traffic in words at the same time the Florida in Jordan is also trying to Tanner reminds residents to only pay attention to trusted sources at this time as false rumors about stations running out of gas etcetera are popping up for NPR news I'm I lean the block in Beaufort South Carolina police said Odessa Texas are still investigating the motive for Saturday's deadly shooting by a gunman who hijacked the US postal service truck and shot people at random over a ten mile area seven people were killed twenty two others injured before law enforcement shot and killed the gunman outside a movie theater he's been identified as a thirty six year old man from Odessa the city's police chief says he believes the suspect is planning to shoot more people inside that theater the latest round of US tariffs on Chinese imports went into effect over the weekend and P. R. Shannon van Sant says the fifteen percent tariffs were imposed on products such as shoes and what products the US is charging a fifteen percent tax on more than a hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods while previous terrorists targeted industrial products from China this time American consumers are likely to also feel the impact imports of diapers dishwashers clothing and food will be taxed and some retailers say they're passing the higher cost on to shoppers the next round of terror of some consumer products will kick in in December the fifteen percent tariff hike supersedes the ten percent originally planned it was announced last week as tensions between the two countries escalated China has begun imposing additional terrorists on seventy five billion dollars worth of US goods in retaliation Shannon band sounds NPR news this is NPR news from Washington analysts say the latest round of US tariffs imposed on Chinese imports weighed on investors in Asia today stocks ended the day mostly lower shares in Japan and Hong Kong were down stocks in China and that higher there is no trading today on Wall Street because of the Labor Day holiday the latest pro democracy protests in Hong Kong or disrupting trains and bus service in the city passengers could be seen arriving at Hong Kong's International Airport yesterday on foot with luggage in hand amid sporadic flight delays train service to the airport was suspended for a time yesterday because of demonstrations it involves several hundred protesters the World Health Organization is launching an international registry as part of an attempt to prevent scientists from misusing new gene editing techniques and P. R.'s rob Stein says those techniques are raising ethical and moral questions the registry is part of the WHO's response to a stunning announcement last year by a Chinese scientist that he created the world's first genetically modified babies the W. H. always trying to develop new ways to control how scientists use crisper the powerful gene editing technique used to make the babies and announcing the creation of the registry the WHO's said international oversight of new gene editing techniques have only become more urgent starting plants at a Russian scientists recently announced to try to create more Jeanette it babies rob Stein NPR news Justin Verlander of the Houston Astros is celebrating his third career no hitter and a to nothing win over Toronto I'm David Mattingly in Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the John D. and Catherine T. macarthur foundation supporting creative people any effective institutions committed to building a more just burdens and peaceful world more information is that mac founded dot org and the any eat Casey foundation it's that Ted radio hour from NPR I'm guy rise and on the show today the unknown brain the mystery of how billions of neurons make us who we are in the one brain that you think you might know your own that might be the biggest mystery of all could you ever imagine that your brain will be the one that would come to define your life and your career now this is doctor jumble to Taylor I'm a trainer anatomist and about twenty years ago Jill was doing lab work at Harvard she been researching other people's brains for years particularly brains with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder brains that just didn't seem to function properly and she was.
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"We decided to come in today but it don't matter as long as we come in I respect to this for people that do know it's horrible the mayor's office is planning a city wide public vigil on Wednesday meanwhile children will return to a familiar routine today's the first day of classes at el Paso public schools the NASA Romo NPR news el Paso authorities in Pennsylvania are investigating the deaths of five children at home and eerie which operated as a daycare center officials in southern India say nearly one hundred people have been killed by flooding and mudslides triggered by days of torrential rains trust me to pot talk has more from Mumbai hundreds of thousands of been evacuated along in this southwest coast a major International Airport in the southern Indian state of Kayla that was closed due to water logging has been re opened India's home minister I'm a child conducted an aerial survey of the affected areas authorities announced financial aid for the victims that stress free to pop tart reporting from Mumbai this is NPR news from Washington the search for escaped prison inmate in Tennessee is over the state bureau of investigation says Curtis ray Watson was captured yesterday five days after he went missing authorities say Watson sexually assaulted and strangled the department of corrections employee at the West Tennessee state penitentiary before making his escape he's expected to be arraigned this week on charges that include first degree murder aggravated sexual battery and escape Simone Biles is celebrating her six national women's gymnastics title as Greg Echlin reports smiles is just twenty two years old from her opening routine on the balance beam Simone Biles sent a message to our challengers that she would not relinquish your position as the best women's gymnast she won the beam the vault and the floor exercise will she upgrade the degree of difficulty for upcoming international events including the Olympics Biles says stay tuned going into next year you kind of just want to say consistent with your teens and if any upgrades com you'll see but I think right now you kinda solidify your teens in the uneven bars vials finished third but she says she was more satisfied with the performance than in the first round next up are the October world championships in Stuttgart Germany for NPR news I'm Gregor cleaning Kansas city stocks in Asia and that the day mostly higher following Friday's losses on Wall Street amid ongoing concerns about US China trade disputes the Dow the S. and P. five hundred and the nasdaq ended with losses to close out last week I'm David Mattingly in Washington support for NPR comes from the ECM see foundation celebrating five years of philanthropy and supporting efforts to improve post secondary education for underserved students learn more at ease C. M. C. foundation dot org and the listeners who support this NPR station.
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"Is NPR news and this is KQED public radio let's go to the roads with Joe McConnell but the biggest jams on eight eighty in Oakland south on and it's because of road work just like yesterday they've got lanes blocked between about sixteen and down towards twenty ninth and traffic is backed up almost a nine eighty on eighty south on north bound is okay so far the bay bridge toll plaza backing up to just about the overpasses now pretty thick for this early on Friday morning but that's really a well in San Jose also they're still recovering from an earlier stall north one one eight eighty it's not clear if it's clear but it's pretty clear that it's slow from the key Joe McConnell forty committee okay thank you Joe his report brought to you by unbound dot org support for KQED comes from digital foundry software consulting partnering with world class design teams to actualize digital innovation more online at digital foundry dot com and Mekelle tourism forty minutes from Hong Kong and with the rich Portuguese history like hell is filled with unique culture art and food more information can be found at visit Macau China dot com time now five thirty live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly North Korea is describing yesterday short range missile tests as a solemn warning to South Korea state media in Pyongyang are denouncing souls plans for joint military exercises with the US president trump and north Korean leader Kim Jong woon recently agreed to restart talks on denuclearization SpaceX cargo ship is on its way to the international space station it was launched late.
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"Noted that during the second quarter it did not have fresh episodes of its original series the crown and stranger things Monday leave them Barkal NPR news Tennessee governor bill lease says flooding in his state is causing problems for farmers not seen in decades the governor got a look at the flooded fields in two counties yesterday following heavy rains from the remnants of hurricane Barry state agriculture officials say about a quarter of the counties in Tennessee are experiencing some degree of flooding I'm David Mattingly NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include Sierra Nevada brewing company family owned operated and argued over since nineteen eighty proud supporter of independent thought whether that's online over the air or in a bottle more at Sierra Nevada dot com this is W. NYC good morning I'm John Carlson with a look at our weather forecast we could see some rain this morning we will probably see some rain this afternoon thunderstorms as well those storms could be heavy at times mostly cloudy through the day today high near eighty four degrees and then tonight about a thirty percent chance of more showers and thunderstorms mostly before midnight it'll be mostly cloudy tonight low seventy four and then tomorrow Friday mostly sunny high ninety two with the humidity as high as one hundred and two at W. NYC we rely on listener support but what exactly does that mean hi am Jacquelyn some kind of the program director W. NYC to meet listener support means your partner with us the news.
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"Millions of women on the move on Saturday generations of females where United for equality, you're in Philadelphia. W Saddam's close knit says that despite internal turmoil and controversies plaguing the national women's March the local women's March on Philadelphia had a huge turnout problems. But we left our egos out of it that's women's March board member deja Lynn Alvarez. And this is the result of making sure that we remember this isn't about any one of us. This is about all of us thousands turned out for the third annual March. I think I forget how incredible that energy is every year until I get here. And you feel just how amazing it is. So what motivated so many people that come out women's rights are at risk right now with the government has a fans, and I feel like we don't need to revert back to the nineteen. Fifties change does not just occur organic lay. There has to be catalysts when we all come together with a big group of people like that's when changing really happen at the art museum. Hadas Kuznits, KYW NewsRadio political leaders in New Jersey have hammered out a deal that could take the minimum wage to fifteen bucks an hour by twenty twenty four. KYW's? David Madden has more on a hurdle states. Business lobby vows to fight the plane tooth and nail. Michelle Secaucus CEO of the New Jersey business and industry association. She insists small business already has a burden just making ends meet. Now, putting this mandate on top of everything else is gonna hit those with the smallest profit margins the hardest and they're going to struggle. They're going to stagnate they just might even simply fail jersey policy. Perspective on the other hand has long called for this and lauds the agreement spokesman lewd Apollo I definitely expect a fight. But the fight's been happening in back rooms in the state house, and in legislative offices all across the state, and he not only predicts passage, but hints it could come as early as next month. David Mattingly KYW NewsRadio now sports spot you by septa..
Number Of Pregnant Women With Opioid Use Disorder Quadrupled In 15 Years
"Health experts, say one consequence of the opioid epidemic in the US is more pregnant women giving birth with dangerous drugs. In their systems NPR's Richard Harris reports the centers for disease control And prevention says the rate of. Women testing positive for opioid drugs when they delivered their babies quadrupled between nineteen ninety nine and twenty fourteen on average out of every thousand deliveries six women tested, positive for, heroin prescription opioids or similar drugs
Decontamination continues near steam pipe explosion in Flatiron District
"From NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly the White House says President. Trump was responding to Iran when he warned Tehran not to. Threaten the US here's NPR's Serra mccamman press secretary Sarah Sanders says he was responding, to remarks by Iran's president who warned that going to war with Iran would be the mother of all war Sanders says the president is focused on. Keeping nuclear weapons out of Iranian hands he recently pulled the US, out of, the Iran nuclear deal a deal many US, allies have said is important for reducing that threat the family of the man identified as the gunman, in Sunday night's attack in, Toronto says the twenty nine year old. Battled psychosis and depression for, years police say he, killed two people and wounded thirteen others in the Greek, town neighborhood when he opened fire at an area filled with shops and restaurants. Dan carpenter Shaq has more from Toronto among the dead a ten year old girl, whose name has. Not been made public in, an eighteen year old girl a recent high school graduate the suspect Shooter was also killed, after an exchange of gunfire with police the other victims ranged in age from seventeen to fifty nine all were rushed to hospital Sunday night at least. Three were given life saving operations five remained in serious or critical, condition Canadian, authorities are still investigating a motive for the, attack terrorism has not been ruled out nearly fifty people have been killed by force fires in Greece, I'm David Mattingly NPR news, in Washington And this is morning edition on WNYC in New York at five twenty good morning I'm Kerry Nolan the area of Manhattan's flatiron district where a steam pipe exploded last Thursday is slowly. Coming back to life New York City officials say seventeen. Of the forty four buildings closed after the incident have been reopened to their occupants officials. Expect to open about fifteen more buildings. Today they say they've identified between ten and twelve buildings. That are contaminated with us bestest and are. Still being cleaned most roads and sidewalks in the. Area are now open to the public A group of women who say they've been sexually harassed at the New York state capital a Carling for public. Hearings and, they say forty six, lawmakers have already signed a petition Karen DeWitt reports Leah a bear is former chief of. Staff to former assemblyman, Vito Lopez as a. Condition of employment veto required that I have a romantic relationship with him that I share hotel rooms and even an apartment in Albany Lopez, ultimately. Resigned his. Post over the. Scandal and later died others including Eric of Latimer who has accused former independent Democratic Senate leader Jeff Klein. Of forcibly kissing her, say they are still waiting for Justice attorney general candidate zephyr teach out joined the women she says if she's elected AG she wants a. Permanent, criminal and civil referral to investigate sexual harassment cases in state government mostly cloudy this morning partly sunny this afternoon we'll have a slight chance of showers maybe a thunderstorm with highs in In the lower eighties right now we've got, cloudy skies in New York City and, it's seventy five degrees this is WNYC support for NPR comes from WNYC members and from the George Gund.
Steph Curry dazzles from deep, Warriors take 2-0 NBA Finals lead
"From npr news in washington i'm david mattingly a new survey of business economists suggest continued strong growth in the us economy in the months ahead economists are pretty positive very much for this year and for next year twenty nineteen as well the panel is looking at a growth of close to three percent this year which is very strong two point eight percent is the exact number and next year a little bit slower but still two and a half percent which is a very very good growth rate for the economy that steve cochran with the national association for business economics stocks in asia ended the day higher due in part to last friday's us employment report job growth accelerated in may with the nation's jobless rate declining to an eighteen year low in the nba finals the golden state warriors lead the cleveland cavaliers two games to none last night in oakland the warriors beat cleveland one twenty two to one zero three golden state's steph curry led the way with thirty three points he set an nba finals record by make nine three point shots i never woke up and was like all right let's go get nine threes and get the record there's more so just about playing the game the right way having good intentions out there on the court and and good things happen so pretty special night and hopefully some more special things happen to get two more wins game four of the stanley cup finalists tonight in washington the capitals lead the vegas golden knights two games to one i'm dave mattingly in washington this is morning edition on wnyc in.
Proposal on Palestinians heads to UN Security Council
"From npr news in washington i'm david mattingly hiring in the us picked up last month the labor department says employers added two hundred twenty three thousand jobs in may unemployment declined to an eighteen year low president trump says he's considering at least two more pardons one for lifestyle celebrity martha stewart and another former illinois democratic governor rod blagojevich he serving fourteen years in prison for corruption yesterday trump pardon conservative commentator dench desouza who pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations desouza was asked what trump said to him about the pardon i've been looking at the case i knew from the beginning that it was fishy but he on reviewing it he felt a great injustice had been done and that using his power he was going to rectify it sort of clear the slate desouza was speaking to fox news the us is planning to veto a resolution expected to go before the un security council calling for the protection of palestinian civilians as linda fassulo reports us ambassador nikki haley calls that proposal onesided and morally bankrupt ambassador haley strongly criticized the draft resolution stressing that it makes no mention of hamas it calls on the security council to consider measures to guarantee the safety of palestinian civilians earlier this week hamas militants fired more than two hundred rockets and mortars into israel i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington and i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york hurricane season starts today and puerto rican officials say the island's power greatest far from ready the us government has put nearly four billion dollars towards repairing the electric network since it was destroyed by hurricanes irma and maria last fall but associated press reporter michael weissensteiner says they're not ready for another one a storm of category one or two it's puerto rico with anything close to your maria i think we're looking at another blackout for certainly days possibly weeks or months the federal emergency management agency says it will install hundreds of emergency generators on the island to keep hospitals and water pumps powered in case of a blackout today is the.
China imposing new tariffs on U.S. products in retaliation of Trump tariffs
"Is wnyc good morning i'm richard hake it's six eighteen f trains are delayed right now to the police activity at church avenue we do have a winter weather advisory in effect snowing right now we should see some snow mainly before ten o'clock this morning total accumulation a three to five inches for the new york city area a little more to the north and west partly cloudy tonight lows around thirty eight degrees and rain is likely tomorrow support for wnyc comes from ifc films presenting the death of stalin a new political satire from the creator of veep and in the loop starring steve bush amee and monty python's michael palin now playing wnyc local public affairs reporting is supported in part by the new york community trust helping charitable new york make a lasting difference from npr news in washington i'm david mattingly china is imposing new tariffs on a number of american products today it's in response to president trump's decision to add tariffs on us imports of steel and aluminum here's npr's rob schmitz according to china's finance ministry the terrible target one hundred and twenty eight kinds of us products the biggest tariffs will impact pork products and aluminum scrap at rates of twenty five percents china's also imposing new fifteen percent tariff on one hundred and twenty other imported us commodities from all men's to apples berries and wine the new tariffs totalling three billion dollars will mostly impact products from regions of the us that voted for trump and the two thousand sixteen election public schoolteachers in oklahoma are walking off the job today they're headed to the state capitol to demand lawmakers restore education funding and improve teacher pay last week the legislature okay'd attack psych to help raise.
Navy F-18 fighter jet crashes into water near Naval Air Station Key West
"The new york conversation from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly the international red cross as an aid convoy is making its way into rebelheld eastern gouda today in syria twenty five trucks are involved in coordination with the un russia's un ambassador is questioning britain's motives after prime minister theresa may announced twentythree russian diplomats are being expelled over a nerve agent attack on an expired his daughter may blames moscow for the attack in southern england but ambassador of a selena benza is pushing back he's heard here through an interpreter don't forget the is well known as a state which uses targeted assassinations by drones and listening hearing from you invectives against us is something that is odd the us navy is investigating the crash of a fighter jet off the coast of key west florida as nancy klinger with member station w l are reports the two crew members aboard were able to inject but neither survived the faa eighteen super hornet jet was on final approach to the airfield at boca chica key part of naval air station key west wednesday afternoon search and rescue crews recovered the pilot and weapons system officer from the water about a mile east of the runway the crew was on a training exercise they were based at naval air station oceana in virginia wall street futures are higher this morning i'm david mattingly in washington i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york students in the region are speaking out against gun violence across the country students walk out of class yesterday for a national walkout calling for tougher gun control measures and honoring the seventeen people killed in the park land florida shooting last month at grace dodge career and technical education high school near the bronx zoo students gathered outside to make their demands.