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Japan's former princess leaves for US with commoner husband
"A Japanese princess who gave up her royal status to marry her commoner college sweetheart is now a New Yorker Paris fashion reporters jailed but the former princess Masako and her husband K. Comaro didn't stop to speak as they boarded their plane in Tokyo Sunday leaving behind a nation that has criticized their romance the newlyweds touched down at JFK airport later in the day to start married life in New York he's a graduate of Fordham University law school has a job at a local law firm but still has to pass the bar exam the former princess declined the offer of a hundred and forty million yen that's one point two three million dollars payment to which she was entitled for leaving the imperial family palace officials said Julie Walker New York
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"Listener supported w nyc studios this week on the experiment weaker. Refugee asena tahir. E skill is having a hard time connecting with kids her own age in the us. They talk about like tech dog. Things i think about. It was genocide international policies. Listen wherever you got podcasts. Hey this is. We've got a bonus episode for you because as of this week. New york state has a governor. Kathy hotel has just been sworn in as the first woman. In the governor's office. Andrew cuomo resigned after a state attorney. General's investigation found. He sexually harassed eleven women many of them young women who were working for him. Pomo is a massive figure and personality but this whole saga in new york. Politics is about a lot more than him and his whole decade long. Tenure as governor offers a steady in a particular kind of gendered leadership. So i sat down with someone who has long been one of his most vocal critics and who challenged him in the democratic primary back in two thousand fourteen suffer teach out is a professor at fordham university law. School and is actually a specialist in corruption. She wrote an essay way back in march in the nation magazine. Calling on cuomo to resign. We talked about why our conversation is coming right up. This is the united states of anxiety. The show about the unfinished business of our history and its grip on our future. Entire nation of desperate limbs and media figures is throwing themselves of the new york governor in an embarrassing way homosexual after. I'm like got to go see my celebrity crush right now. Sorry you're going to be held accountable for what happens in ways that you just can't do it.
"fordham university law school" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Exams. That's the test that aspiring lawyers have to pass in order to be allowed to practice exams are usually taken in big groups. But this year because of concerns about the Corona virus, more than half of states have delayed or cancelled their bar exams, leaving many law school graduates in limbo. Gentiles of member station, Cage's and Phoenix reports. Fordham University Law School Graduate Mary Kate Cunningham has a job lined up defending social workers in New York City family court. Or at least she did before New York cancelled its bar exam after initially delaying it for a couple of months. I have to have my bar licence. Some states like Oregon, Washington and Utah are allowing recent law school grads to be licensed without sitting for the bar. If they earned diplomas from school certified by the American Bar Association. It's an option. Cunningham, which is New York offered, so we're not talking about just any old person can come up and become a lawyer. These are people who have already sat through three years of law school who have often taken smaller, license your exams and pass those exams. It's unclear what New York will do next. But if they require applicants to take the bar in person Cunningham says she has no choice but to take it. People who are making the choice. Teo haven't in person bar exam are having applicants choose between license sure, or exposure to a deadly Disease that has lifelong consequences if You even if you recover from it in Kentucky, Emily Croucher was ready to take that risk. After graduating from UC Irvine, she'd moved across the country to pursue her dream job and spent 400 hours studying for Kentucky's bar exam in July. Then Kentucky cancelled its bar and became one of a handful of states that have turned to digital tests as an alternative. I'm high risk for Kobe tight asthma, and I was willing to die to take this test, which I think is a lot about How much this exam means and how it your entire career depends on this moment. Croucher is currently on her first week on the job is a public defender, a job she took with the understanding she'd only have limited responsibilities until she passed the bar. Some states are reluctant to administer the bar online over concerns about monitoring it for cheaters. And some test takers have their own worries like access to a computer with a good Internet connection. California plans to kick test takers out of their online bar exam if they lose their connection for longer than 10 minutes. And won't allow them to complete it. But the online option looks good to Jocelyn Taoism, Otto in Tucson. So both of my parents, you know diabetes. My dad has high blood pressure may be my mom does, too, and then have a couple of new risk factors. That means Taoism. Otto is going to skip Arizona's regular in person bar exam next week and wait until October when it's offered online. Arizona is one of five states that's offering both in person and online options. Taoism. Otto, who lived with her mother during law school, says she's lucky because her first job as a judicial law clerk Doesn't require her to pass the bar immediately, but for the hundreds of Arizona and still planning to sit for the exam, she said, the state's assurances of social distancing during the test aren't that assuring in a state that's become a hot spot for the virus for NPR news. I'm Ben Giles in Phoenix. You're listening to all things considered from NPR News in at 5 48 There's some traffic.
"fordham university law school" Discussed on KCRW
"Of first justice and two other opposition parties, with politicians friendly to Maduro. Alvarado claims these new party bosses were paid off to switch sides. First, they persecute the literature off our party. Then they tried to divide us on DH. Then they replace the leadership of our party with new months that received the money off Maduro. The Venezuelan government ignored NPR's requests for comment. Chef Ramsay of the Washington office on Latin America, says Maduro wants to weaken but not eliminate the opposition. It is ultimately useful for the regime to point to the existence of opposition politicians in Venezuela, as it allows them to say that they live in a democracy. Maduro controls nearly every government institution. Except for the National Assembly, which is led by Juan Guido. But now the opposition is talking about boycotting this year's legislative elections because of fears of vote rigging. If the opposition does boycott why, though, will no longer be president of the Legislature. Jeff Ramsey notes that this post is the basis for his claim to be Venezuela's legitimate head of state. The international community is going to be at a crossroads where they'll have to decide whether to continue recognizing one way, although as interim president Venezuela at a recent rally in Caracas. Why, though, tried to buck up his followers, But if there's a political physical office, you know He acknowledged that they're worn down and frustrated. But he insisted the opposition would outlast Maduro. No, only are the wellbore idea. They are not going to defeat us. Why, though, proclaimed, We are still here for NPR news. I'm John Otis. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. July is the month when most states administer their bar exams. That's the test that aspiring lawyers have to pass in order to be allowed to practice exams are usually taken in big groups. But this year because of concerns about the Corona virus, more than half of states have delayed or cancelled their bar exams, leaving many law school graduates in limbo. Ben Giles of member Station Cage's Easy and Phoenix reports. Fordham University Law School Graduate, Mary Kate Cunningham has a job lined up defending social workers in New York City family court, or at least she did before New York cancelled its bar exam after initially delaying it for a couple of months. I have to have My bar licence. Some states like Oregon, Washington and Utah are allowing recent law school grads to be licensed without sitting for the bar if they earned diplomas from school certified by the American Bar Association. It's an option. Cunningham wishes New York offered, so we're not talking.
"fordham university law school" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Shows talk show host one now Dan mereka tweeted out earlier today learn tonight's the night comrades with a black power fist tonight we say blank the city is in the aft bomb and we move into the residential areas the white hoods and we'd hate what's ours then a picture of fire black lives matter blank F. America with the middle finger protests not protest writers doing writing all over the country and mayors that used to be hard core about lawn order when it came to cope with nineteen have completely back down to these riders because the politics because you can't come down hard on people that same approach testing and the name of a man that was clearly murdered by the police but it doesn't mean that you should have gotten beat the hell out of people give you a great example Rochester New York looters pummeled a woman with this analog Burke a group of riders were caught on tape viciously beating a woman outside a Rochester New York business has your husband desperately tried to defend her footage shows the woman confronting a group of young men outside of the Rochester fire equipment company Ording to W. H. A. M. the woman yelled at the group of people who were apparently trying to loot the jewelry store next door now they're asking for help finding any of the men who did this the men violently attacked the store owner and her husband you were trying to protect your business from being looted this is maddening but of course the media because I'm protesters as they beat a woman with sticks as her husband screams and fights back all they were trying to do in Rochester was to protect their business which has been the community since nineteen forty three just curious why governor Cuomo isn't doing a press conference about this the group continued hurling objects at the storefront in turn on the woman punching her beating her with a large piece of lumber a two by four want to sell grabbed her by the neck then threw her against a brick wall as he continued to pummel her head this is a little old woman that's when the woman's husband tried interview shouting get away from my wife all we had to fend him self as a golf club the individuals continued in the ruthless attack turning on the man in the process the woman or husband or tenants who lived above the Rochester fire equipment Joe painter tells local news that he was out grocery store shopping when he came upon the scene and started taking video on a cellphone painter says he is a veteran of the war in Afghanistan says it was one of the worst things he'd ever witnessed he said he stopped recording abruptly because some of the people who attacked a woman in the video started running towards him turn around so they were trying to break into some stores registered filming he said to local W. ROC husband wife came out they were trying to reason with them then all the sudden it turned violent and escalated they just went after the woman the husband trying to fend himself with a golf club and they just went after him with two by fours the woman's in the hospital trying to recover from her injuries but yes please let's call them peaceful protesters a semi trailer didn't want to become the next victim he was being surrounded and he sped towards a crowd of protesters on the Minneapolis bridges they started climbing on top of his big rig of course now that driver has been arrested from what we understand even though they were surrounding him because Hey you got to surround that guy Brooklyn lawyers including Ivy League attorney is now facing federal charges because of a Mazel Tov cocktail attack on the New York police department that's right Brooklyn lawyers including Ivy League attorney now facing federal charges thankfully the attackers made the mistake of using toilet paper instead of rags in their cocktails three people have been arrested by the New York police department today to book on the Brooklyn lawyers including an Ivy League graduate a corporate attorney and in upstate New York woman are facing federal charges after throwing these fire bombs at New York police department vehicles according to the charging documents a thirty one year old through eight exporting cocktail at an empty police cruiser that was packed parked outside the eighty eighth precinct station shortly after one AM yes what the man is the registers an attorney in New York who graduated from Fordham University law school surveillance video captured the men running into it Tanit mini van driven by another lawyer and member of the committee board in east fifth New York who allegedly graduated from Princeton University and the New York University School of law the two sped off police officers gave chase and arrested both of the men police found a lighter a bottle filled toilet paper and liquid believed to be gassed in the passenger seat and a gas tank in the back of the van the two lawyers now face charges of being in possession of explosive devices and components again this eighteen Wheeler I has been arrested the driver they say because he should have stopped and I guess let people come after unbelievable absolutely unbelievable it this is what happens when you have a lawless society at the hands of liberals who were the same people and I go back to Los Angeles mayor threatening in March to cut power and water for businesses that reopen saying quote we must punish your response once I was behavior where's that logic to nightmare in recent days he's acting courage mass gatherings which means you're breaking your own rules on cove it I will always protect our citizens right to make their voices heard and we can leave the movement against racism without fear violence or vandalism they're even giving out masks these people but beforehand if you open your business they were gonna cut power and water mayor of Washington DC about five thousand dollar fine ninety days in jail for anyone violating state home orders this weekend he defended the protests even though they were violent Bangor mob of riders even turn on news crews yesterday but don't worry the mayor is with you Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frye had warned that in person worship services just a week ago would be quote a health disaster yes regarding constituent's concerns that he was violating the first amendment rights he said basically shut up now is a ministrations ministered remaster writers even though public gatherings of ten or more still banned in Minneapolis when the good things that we see this in the end of your grab this real quick I'd appreciate it former N. double ACP Saint Paul president India's let me know when you have this ready has actually come out and told the violent protesters to go home that's right former India is let me know when you got it it make sure you're gay C. P. St Paul president has told the violent protesters to go home also in Houston tonight curfews have been imposed in some areas National Guard has been called an we're gonna tell you more about that in a moment first the former nine double ACP Saint Paul present had this to say the protesters the writers take a listen what is it one give a damn about one you need to quit burning this stuff and go home let me get your phone calls one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three two I want to get your reaction to this hi I have these mayors lost control of their cities giving a lot of leeway to these anarchists I have no problem.
"fordham university law school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Brian but I will say since were of referring to you okay it does feel like deja vu all over again you and I are old enough where we can recall the Nixon impeachment process the Clinton impeachment process and I'm I'm struck by a feeling of the solemnity of it all and the sadness of it all as we watch it on fall day to day drip by drip all of these developments and like you I'm watching with great interest so tomorrow night you will be talking to Cass the Fordham University law school at six o'clock we should say that that's a one fifty west sixty second street that stop Fordham campus it's not the one in the Bronx was sixty second between Columbus in Amsterdam what can people expect if they go there can expect the sort of every edition and scholarship and thoughtfulness that we heard this morning from professor Sunstein he is the best of the best as you said is one of our great public intellectuals and a preeminent expert on impeachment and we're grateful it is going to favor us with his time and expertise and cast before you go can I ask one question relevant to your position in the Obama administration as administrator of the White House office of information and regulatory affairs I don't know how much that meant you got into the nuts and bolts bolts of regulation but president trump says and if he gets to run for reelection will certainly be running on promises kept up with respect to massive deregulation since he's been in office I'm curious if there's anything regarding that that you've had your eye on as a real dramatic change from the Obama years for better or worse well the president has not issued a ton of new regulations so he succeeded and slowing the flow of new ones I think a Democrat would have been also cautious about new regulations concern within the Obama administration look wherever would make sense to try to do one and the ones that we didn't to didn't make sense so I wouldn't have expected to see a ton of these years the notion that we've seen massive deregulation let's call that fake news we've seen some deregulation most of the ones on the book the overwhelming majority has been kept on the books and a lot of them and then quietly reaffirms of the ones that have been taken away in some cases are ones that shouldn't have been taken away and I'm thinking of climate change regulations in particular that's the area where president trump has been genuinely aggressive and taking away regulations and if you like cars with bad people Connelly you should be applauding because if he gets his way we're gonna have a lot more cars without fuel economy Cass Sunstein Harvard Law School professor and author of impeachment a citizen's guide and Henry Greenberg president of the New York state Bar Association and partner at Greenberg Traurig thank you both so much thank you Brian thanks a lot this is WNYC FM HD and I am New York W. N. J. T. FM eighty eight point one Trenton W. N. J. P. eighty eight point five Sussex W. N. J. Y. eighty nine point three Netcong and W. NGO ninety point three Toms River we are in New York and New Jersey public radio where it's time for the latest news with Richard Hey hi Brian Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Lindsey Graham says he'll meet with president trump today and plans to discuss sanctions against Turkey over its invasion into Syria the South Carolina senator last week was critical of the president's announcement about removing US troops from Syria the house panels leading the impeachment inquiry into the president are soon to hear from Fiona hill a former National Security Council expert on Russia he'll arrive this morning to talk to the panel later this week the committees will hear from US ambassador that his text message reassuring another envoy that there was no quid pro quo in their interactions with Ukraine was based solely on what the president told him police here New York continue to investigate an incident at an alleged gambling club on Saturday morning in Brooklyn when gun violence erupted killing four people and injuring three others W. N. Y. C.'s Yasmin Kahn reports the sign outside seventy four Utica Avenue says triple aces private and social rental space police say there was a small illegal gambling spot on the first floor of the building John Smith lives in the neighborhood he used to live just two doors down from the place this is where it was all the family you have something like that again this far he says he's never been in gambling is in his thing but he says he's not surprised by the violence the mass shooting in crown heights is Brooklyn second in less than three months in July and shooting at a music festival in Brownsville left one person dead and twelve others wounded Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams and other community leaders will hold a vigil this evening to honor the victims the Yankees bring the American League Championship Series back to the Bronx for game three tomorrow night after playing the first two in Houston W. N. Y. C.'s lance lucky has more in game one the Yankees put on a clinic on both sides of the ball shutting out the astro seven nothing behind Masahiro Tanaka six nearly perfect innings twenty two year old labor Thorez drove in five of the Yankee seven runs on three hits including a Homer and Giancarlo Stanton homered four innings after injuring his right quiet running out a single that kept the twenty seventeen National League MVP out of the lineup for game two but he could be back for game three in the Bronx multiple injuries limited stand to just eighteen games during the regular season in game two last night the Yankees fell to the Astros three to two in eleven innings tomorrow the Yankees will sent Luis Severino to the mound against the Astros ace Gerrit Cole the Columbus day parade steps off this hour it runs from eleven thirty to three thirty today through mid town and parts of the Upper East Side the route follows Fifth Avenue from forty third up to seventy second that stretch is closed to traffic seventy second to seventy nine streets will be closed to vehicles after the parade as well so.