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01:44 min | 10 months ago

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"The White House is urging companies to be on the alert for cyber attacks over this Labor Day weekend. NPR's Franco Ordo Nia's reports, U. S officials warn. That hackers sometimes take advantage of long weekends when offices are closed, And Neuberger, the deputy national security advisor for cyber, told reporters that the FBI as well as the cybersecurity and Infrastructure security Agency, we're on the lookout for any signs of potential cyberattacks and ready to respond if necessary. We have no specific threat information. Information regarding attacks this weekend, but we do have is history. Neuberger says in the path that Attackers have taken advantage of holiday weekends when security operations centers maybe understaffed. Biden officials note that the cyber attack on the colonial pipeline as well as the attack on one of the world's largest meat processors were both conducted on long weekends. Franco or Dona as NPR news, the White House Chain of nursing homes in Louisiana is now closed down, and the state attorney general says an investigation is underway after seven elderly residents died in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida NPR's Brian Mann reports from New Orleans ahead of Ida's landfall, a company operating seven nursing homes in Louisiana. Shipped residents to a shelter in a warehouse in the town of independence Doctor Courtney Phillips, who heads the State Department of Health, said in a statement. The level of care at the warehouse was reprehensible. The state has permanently closed the homes operated by the company and a video statement, Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry said a probe is underway. And our goal will be to determine who decided.

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06:25 min | 1 year ago

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"But then again, we look at Cory Gardner. There was a lot of confidence there that he was going to lose. Democrats were going to defeat him with Hickenlooper. He was a great candidate for them, but this is where some of their highest hopes are. So I think they're doing some deep breathing in terms of what's coming in these other Senate races. Ron give us some perspective because although Democrats may be doing deep breathing, waiting for results from all of these states, in order for President Trump to win this race, the polls would need to be off by an even wider margin than they were often 20. 16 right. Except that there are two things being measured here. The Poles measure by and large people's votes. They looked to how many percentage points are going to go to one candidate or the other? Nationwide. Largely now the state by state polls have been much tighter all along those eight and 10 point margins. That's for the national poll. And while Biden probably won't win by eight, or 10 He's probably going to win by something pretty close to that in the popular vote, piling up votes in California, New York, Illinois and hither and yon and let's say getting far more votes in places like Texas than a Democrat has had since the 19 seventies. So that is going to make his Lead in the popular vote looked very much like those poles, but it doesn't get him the presidency unless he distributes that big big win in the popular vote. Across the tossup states in such a way as to win them. And that's why Donald Trump got elected by the Electoral College four years ago with losing the popular vote by several million votes. I want to jump in with a couple of results from Texas, according to The Associated Press. Senator John Cornyn, a Republican, has held on to his Senate seat in Texas and also Republican Ronny Jackson, who served as the White House physician has won election to an open seat in the House in Texas is 13th congressional district. That's, according to The Associated Press. His name. Rani Jackson may ring a bell because President Trump nominated him to serve as veterans affairs secretary. But he withdrew that nomination after allegations surfaced about inappropriate issues at the physician's office during his tenure, and he retired from the Navy in 2019 Claudia. Interesting result there in Texas. Tell us what the state looks like, politically right now in the 2020 because Democrats have made a play for it. We sure have. Over the years, Texas's trended a little more purple in some sections of the state. They've been talking about it becoming potentially competitive in the 20 twenties, or maybe even later because of the demographic shifts in that state. So each presidential election. We see them in a little bit closer, but we do have to keep in mind. It's been more than 40 years than for them. The status picked a Democrat for president, for example, and Republicans have remained in those Senate seats. For decades. So yes, this is not quite a surprise. His competitor in that state. Mary Hager was running a very tough race against corn. And I spoke to him last week about this and he was saying he was being outspent 2 to 1 on television, and he knew he was facing a tough matchup. But in the end, he felt confident he was going to pull it out. And this is part of the state's red stronghold. We're seeing that here with John Cornyn, and we may see more of this's the night continues for Texas. Let's go to two of our correspondents who were covering the campaign. Franco Ordo Nia's is at the White House tonight in that little NPR booth in the basement High Franco Hello and NPR's Scott Tetro is covering the fight in campaign. Hi, Scott. Hey, Good evening. Alright. We've heard that we expect Biden to speak tonight. Do we expect President Trump to speak tonight? No matter what happens, Franco. I mean, that's unclear. The president has, you know, spoke at the Re election campaign headquarters earlier today. He had said at that time that he did not yet have a concession speech or a winning speech done yet, But look look cool hat. There is a pool of reporters here. They have been tested for the virus. Esso, I think everyone is ready. For the president to to speak If he has something to speak about that, of course, you say if he has something to speak about the fear has been that he will declare victory before there is a victory to declare. What do we know about the potential for that? Yeah, And he He talked about that today. He talked about that this morning on Fox and friends saying, Justus. You just did. That he will declare victory when there is a victory. It was a little bit of a pullback from earlier comments that he made over the weekend, saying that he was goingto rush in with lawyers earlier after you know, after today. There's been a lot of questions about that. But the reality is both sides. Republicans and Democrats have their wall of lawyers ready to go in case there is a contested election. 2000 you know, the contested election of 2000 and the questions about Florida is very fresh in the minds of many politicos here in Washington, D. C. And I think no one wants to be caught flat footed. Give us the scene there at the White House. Before we ask for the scene in Delaware, where Biden is. There is a lot of energy here. There are a lot of people here at the White House. I can't. It's been months since pre Cove it days that I've seen so many here. People here at the White House. All the reporters are wearing masks, thankfully. You know, but you know they have a The campaign itself has a war room in the Executive office building where they are, you know, pumping out alerts. You were having a lot of excitement from Republicans who are excited about how the president is doing so far. They're expressing a lot of confidence, saying he's beating the polls and in Delaware, where the Biden campaign is based. SCOTT Detroit. What's the scene there? You know, I was in the Javits Center in 2016, and this is nowhere near that, And I think that's important to point out. I think right now there is a pretty big gap between Democratic base who is mentally very much back in 2016 and professional Democrats. I've been talking to and texting with people who ran presidential campaign office holders. Lots of people who know what they're thinking about. And this is not. This is not the eight point national lead for Joe Biden that a lot of the national polls indicated. This is not going to be a way of presidential election where Biden runs the table on the swing states, and that's what a lot of Democrats hoped, and there's a lot of disappointment..

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06:12 min | 1 year ago

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"But then again, we look at Cory Gardner. There was a lot of confidence there that he was going to lose. Democrats were going to defeat him with Hickenlooper. He was a great candidate for them, but this is where some of their highest hopes are. So I think they're doing some deep breathing in terms of what's coming in these other Senate races. Ron give us some perspective because although Democrats may be doing deep breathing, waiting for results from all of these states, in order for President Trump to win this race, the polls would need to be off by an even wider margin than they were often 20. 16 right. Except that there are two things being measured here. The Poles measure by and large people's votes, They looked to how many percentage points are going to go to one candidate or the other nationwide? Largely now the state by state polls have been much tighter all along those eight and 10 point margins of that's for the national poll. And while Biden probably won't win by eight or 10, he's probably going to win by something pretty close to that in the popular vote, piling up votes in California, New York, Illinois and hither and yon and let's say getting far more votes in places like Texas than a Democrat has had since the 19 seventies. So that is going to make his Lead in the popular vote looked very much like those poles, but it doesn't get him the presidency unless he distributes that big big win in the popular vote. Across the toss up states in such a way as to win them. And that's why Donald Trump got elected by the Electoral College four years ago with losing the popular vote by several million votes. I want to jump in with a couple of results from Texas, according to The Associated Press. Senator John Cornyn, a Republican, has held on to his Senate seat in Texas and also Republican Ronny Jackson, who served as the White House physician has won election to an open seat in the House in Texas is 13th congressional district. That's, according to The Associated Press. His name. Rani Jackson may ring a bell because President Trump nominated him to serve as veterans affairs secretary. But he withdrew that nomination after allegations surfaced about inappropriate issues at the physician's office during his tenure, and he retired from the Navy in 2019 Claudia. Interesting result there in Texas. Tell us what this state looks like, politically right now in the 2020 because Democrats have made a play for it. We sure have. Over the years, Texas's trended a little more purple in some sections of the state. They've been talking about it becoming potentially competitive in the 20 twenties, or maybe even later because of the demographic shifts in that state, so each presidential election. We see them in a little bit closer, but we do have to keep in mind. It's been more than 40 years than for them. The state has picked a Democrat for president, for example. And Republicans have remained in those Senate seat for decades. So yes, this is not quite a surprise. His competitor in that state, Mary Hager was running a very tough race against corn, and I spoke to him last week about this, and he was saying he was being outspent 2 to 1 on television, and he knew he was facing a tough matchup. But in the end, he felt confident he was going to pull it out. And this is part of the state's red stronghold. We're seeing that here with John Cornyn, and we may see more of this's the night continues for Texas. Let's go to two of our correspondents who were covering the campaign. Franco Ordo Nia's is at the White House tonight in that little NPR booth in the basement High Franco Hello and NPR's Scott Tetro is covering the fight in campaign. Hi, Scott. Hey, Good evening. Alright. We've heard that we expect Biden to speak tonight. Do we expect President Trump to speak tonight? No matter what happens, Franco. I mean, that's unclear. The president has, you know, spoke at the Re election campaign headquarters earlier today. He had said at that time that he did not yet have AH concession speech or a winning speech done yet, But look like pool hat. There is a pool of reporters here. They have been tested for the virus. Esso, I think everyone is ready. For the president to to speak if he has something to speak about. Of course, you say if he has something to speak about the fear has been that he will declare victory before there is a victory to declare. What what do we know about the potential for that? Yeah, and he know he talked about that today. He talked about that this morning on Fox and friends saying, Justus. You just did. That he will declare victory when there is a victory. It was a little bit of a pullback from earlier comments that he made over the weekend, saying that he was goingto rush in with lawyers. Aah earlier after you know, after today, there's been a lot of questions about that. But the reality is both sides. Republicans and Democrats have their wall of lawyers ready to go in case there is a contested election. 2000 You know, the contestant election of 2000 and the questions about Florida is very fresh in the minds of many politicos here in Washington, D. C and I think no one wants to be caught flat footed. Give us the scene there at the White House before we ask for the scene in Delaware, where Biden is There is a lot of energy here. There are a lot of people here at the White House. I can't. It's been months since pre Cove it days that I've seen Eso money here. People here at the White House. All the reporters are wearing masks. Thankfully, you know, but you know they have a the campaign itself has a war room. In Ah, in the Executive office building where they are, you know, pumping out alert. You're hearing a lot of excitement from Republicans who are excited about how the president is doing so far. They're expressing a lot of confidence, saying he's beating the polls and in Delaware, where the Biden campaign is based. SCOTT Detroit. What's the scene there? You know, I was in the Javits Center in 2016, and this is nowhere near that, And I think that's important to point out. I think right now there is a pretty big gap between Democratic base who is mentally very much back in 2016. And professional Democrats. I've been talking to and texting with people who ran presidential campaign office holders, lots of people who know what they're thinking about, and this is not..

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05:22 min | 1 year ago

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"They're doing a lot of deep breathing At this point, I think they were hoping to get a lot clearer answers. At this point they had been pulling for Jamie Harrison in South Carolina. That would have been upset if you would have pulled that off. And now seeing Lindsey Graham pull that out. Even with that incredible fundraising, Harrison had that record third quarter where he raised $57 million against grams. 28 million. On DH. There were hopes set there, but we were remember Graham during the confirmation hearings for Amy Cockney Barrett, basically asking for donations from the Senate Judiciary Committee chairman. See it exactly. He did this repeatedly. We saw him on a loop. He was worried he was clear about that. But he stayed the course and he remained a strong trump ally to the end of this run, and it looks like it has paid off. He's been carried with that state win. But then again, we look at Cory Gardner. There was a lot of confidence there that he was going to lose. Democrats were going to defeat him with Hickenlooper. He was a great candidate for them, but this is where some of their highest hopes are. So I think they're doing some deep breathing in terms of what's coming in these other Senate races. Ron give us some perspective because although Democrats may be doing deep breathing, waiting for results from all of these states, in order for President Trump to win this race, the polls would need to be off by an even wider margin than they were often 20. 16 right. Except that there are two things being measured here. The Poles measure by and large people's votes. They looked to how many percentage points are going to go to one candidate or the other nationwide? Largely now the state by state polls have been much tighter all along. Those eight and 10 point margins of that's for the national poll. And while Biden probably won't win by eight or 10, he's probably going to win by something pretty close to that in the popular vote, piling up votes in California, New York, Illinois and hither and yon, and let's say getting far more votes in places like Texas than a Democrat has had. Since the 19 seventies. So that is going to make his lead in the popular vote looked very much like those poles, but it doesn't get him the presidency unless he distributes that big big win in the popular vote. Across the toss up states in such a way as to win them. And that's why Donald Trump got elected by the Electoral College four years ago with losing the popular vote by several million votes. I want to jump in with a couple of results from Texas, according to The Associated Press. Senator John Cornyn, a Republican, has held on to his Senate seat in Texas and also Republican Ronny Jackson, who served as the White House physician has won election to an open seat in the House in Texas is 13th congressional district. That's, according to The Associated Press. His name. Rani Jackson may ring a bell because President Trump nominated him to serve as veterans affairs secretary. But he withdrew that nomination after allegations surfaced about inappropriate issues at the physician's office during his tenure, and he retired from the Navy in 2019 Claudia. Interesting result there in Texas. Tell us what this state looks like, politically right now in the 2020 because Democrats have made a play for it. We sure have. Over the years, Texas's trended a little more purple in some sections of the state. They've been talking about it becoming potentially competitive in the 20 twenties, or maybe even later because of the demographic shifts in that state. So each presidential election. We see them in a little bit closer, but we do have to keep in mind. It's been more than 40 years than for them. The state has picked a Democrat for president, for example, and Republicans have remained in those Senate seat. Four decades. So yes, this is not quite a surprise. His competitor in that state. Mary Hager was running a very tough race against corn. And I spoke to him last week about this and he was saying he was being outspent 2 to 1 on television, and he knew he was facing a tough matchup. But in the end, he felt confident he was going to pull it out. And this is part of the state's red stronghold. We're seeing that here with John Cornyn, and we may see more of this's the night continues for Texas. Let's go to two of our correspondents who were covering the campaign. Franco Ordo Nia's is at the White House tonight in that little NPR booth in the basement. Hi Franco. Hello and NPR's Scott Tetro is covering the vital campaign. Hi, Scott. Hey, Good evening. Alright. We've heard that we expect Biden to speak tonight. Do we expect President Trump to speak tonight? No matter what happens, Franco. I mean, that's unclear. The president has, you know, spoke at the Re election campaign headquarters earlier today. He had said at that time that he did not yet have AH concession speech or a winning speech done yet, But look like pool hat. There is a pool of reporters here. They have been tested for the virus. Esso, I think everyone is ready. For the president to to speak If he has something to speak about that, of course, you say if he has something to speak about the fear has been that he will declare victory before there is a victory to declare. What what do we know about the potential for that? Yeah, And he you know, he talked about that today. He talked about that this morning on Fox and friends saying, Justus. You just did. That he will declare victory when there is a victory..

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03:51 min | 1 year ago

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"News. I'm nor Rahm. The commission on presidential debates is making a rule change so that no candidate can be heard talking over the other during the opening of each segment of Thursday's event. NPR's Franco Ordo Nia's reports, one candidate's microphone will be muted while the other is speaking. Under the new rules, Each candidate will have two minutes of uninterrupted time to speak at the beginning of each 15 minutes segment of the debate. The commission says. Quote the only candidate who's microphone will be open during these two minute periods, is the candidate who has the floor under the rules. After that time, there will be discussion with both candidates. Microphones open The change comes amid calls for a more structured debate. The first debate was widely criticized for being chaotic due to frequent interruptions by the candidates. The commission says both campaigns have agreed to the two minute uninterrupted rule. Franco or DONA as NPR NEWS. Unevenly divided Supreme Court has denied a Republican effort to limit mail in ballots in Pennsylvania. NPR's Gile Snyder reports on the decision that allows mail in ballots to be counted up to three days after the election. The Supreme Court voted for 24 on the issue, with Chief Justice John Roberts voting with the court's liberal justices and leaving in place a ruling by Pennsylvania's top court. It said last month of mail in ballots can be counted so long as they're postmarked by election Day and are received by the close of business. On the following Friday. Republicans had sought to stay after the state court sided with Democrats who raised concerns about postal delays amid the krone virus pandemic. Pennsylvania is a key state for both the Trump and Biden campaigns. Trump won the state by a narrow margin and 2016 and Assad to cast doubt on mail in voting this year. Kyle Snyder. NPR News House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had set today as the deadline for Congress and the White House to agree on another pandemic relief package in order to get something passed by Election Day. She says she spoke with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin for nearly an hour yesterday, and they made some progress on narrowing their differences. Pelosi told MSNBC. The two sides will reassess the situation today to see if they can go forward. Corona virus cases are surging in the US with new infections approaching the levels they were at in early August. Will stone reports cases have jumped about 30% nationwide, Every region is grappling with a spike in cases from the northeast to the Southwest. But the epicenter of the outbreak is still the Midwest. Indiana, Michigan, The Dakotas, Ohio, all have seen a 60% growth in cases on average over the last two weeks. It's even worse in Illinois. Public health experts warned. This is just the start of a false surge that could bring record hospitalizations and deaths. Will stone reporting This is NPR news. Thousands of people are out of their homes in Colorado because of a wildfire burning near Boulder officials say it appears some homes have been lost, but fire crews haven't been able to reach the area. Meanwhile, the largest fire in state history, which started in mid August, continues to grow near Fort Collins. Tonight, a familiar moment in an otherwise strange baseball season. It's game one of the world's Siri's between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Tampa Bay Rays. NPR's Tom Goldman reports Baseball has almost made it through this season. Shortened, at times threatened by the pandemic. Getting to the world. Siri's is a pretty big deal. Considering early season covert outbreaks almost scuttled baseball's plan L A Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner, credits players for being responsible and making good choices and Joint everything that we had to do to.

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05:55 min | 1 year ago

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"Of rain falls. That's dangerous. Hurricane Delta is expected to quickly weakened to a tropical storm after it comes ashore. Forecasters say it will move toward northern Mississippi and the Tennessee Valley this weekend. President Trump's campaign wants next week's virtual debate with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden to go on as originally scheduled in person. NPR's Franco Ordo Nia's says both campaigns have started sparring over the issue. The Trump campaign is pointing to a memo from Trump's doctor that says he should be able to return to public events. Starting Saturday, President Trump told Fox News is Sean Hannity that a virtual debate was a waste of time. No, I'm not interested in doing a A virtual I'm not Joe, but I'm not going to do a virtual debate sit behind a computer screen, and that gives him the answers. Joe Biden is pushing back while campaigning in Phoenix. We set the dates I'm sticking with the dates. I'm showing up. I'll be there, and in fact if he shows up flying if he doesn't find, but his team is already scheduled a town hall for the same night, and the Trump campaign says they'll likely hold a rally. Franco or don't Yes. NPR NEWS Michigan governor Gretchen Widmer says President Trump must do more to stop domestic terrorism. This comes as FBI agents foiled a plot by alleged domestic terrorists to kidnap her trumps and on Twitter yesterday he does not tolerate any extreme violence. He also berated Wittner for being a terrible governor and said she should thank him. The winner of this year's Nobel Prize for Peace is the World Food Programme. NPR's Rob Schmitz reports the WFP associate it with the United Nations Nobel Peace Prize Committee chair Barrett Reese Anderson announced the UN's World Food program has been awarded the prize for its efforts to combat hunger. It's contribution to bettering conditions for peace and conflict affected areas. In protecting as a driving force and efforts to prevent the use of hunger as a weapon of war and conflict. The World Food Programme is the UN's largest agency in the world's largest organization, addressing hunger and promoting food security. Last year provided assistance to more than 97. Million people in 88 countries. Re Sanderson says the Corona virus pandemic has contributed to global hunger and given the budget of the World Food Program has today. It will be around 265 million starving people within the year, she said. This award was a call to the global community, not tow underfund the program. Rob Schmitz. NPR NEWS Berlin On Wall Street, The Dow Jones industrial average is up 114 points at 28,540. This is NPR. It's 804. I'm Cherry Glaser with K C. R W News. Police in Santa Monica are investigating after several dozen ballots and other male were found in two Dumpsters. They're Osvaldo Jimenez made the discovery in an alleyway. Yesterday. He told ABC seven that at first he thought it was a prank. But then he discovered a second trash can also filled with unopened ballot envelopes. You know another case? It was my ballot in there. I would want somebody to, you know, recover it. You know, every vote counts. You know, whichever party it is. All the mail was addressed to homes in the neighborhood. The ballots had not been filled out. This isn't the first incident of apparent male dumping in the area Last month surveillance video showed someone it's not clear who throwing out bags of mail in Glendale. You contract your ballots, mailing status online. If your ballot appears have been sent out, but hasn't shown up at your door. County election officials say to give them a call immediately. The growing conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over decades old territorial dispute continues to reverberate in Los Angeles Demonstrators have filled local streets almost every night for nearly two weeks and Salazar meeting community is planning several protests for this weekend. He's here. W's Benjamin Gottlieb has that story. The mountainous region Nagorno Carrabba, also known as art Sock, is home to ethnic Armenians who have declared their own independent republic. But it exists inside the nation of Azerbaijan, which claims it as its own. It's been tense there since the mid 19 nineties. But recently there've been reports of heavy fighting involving soldiers and civilians on both sides. And so I think it is truly a David versus Goliath battle. Shaun Sahakian sits on the Glendale Unified School District Board of Education and also heads the Armenian American Museum. Clearly they are attacking innocent. Human civilian lives and not a military force on indiscriminately murdering innocent people. But now see me Agayev, the Azerbaijani consul general in Ella says the government of Armenia is to blame and that the conflict has been distorted by Armenian Americans influencing elected officials, including L. A mayor Eric Garcetti and Democratic representative Adam Schiff of Burbank. The carriage Word by word. The army in official propaganda again. Black and white Armenians are angels as opinions are demons like county is home to the largest Armenian diaspora and also a sizable Turkish and Azerbaijani community. The key's here. W I'm Benjamin Gottlieb. Armenian activists are planning a rally on Sunday. They're calling on supporters to meet at Pan Pacific Park in the mid afternoon and then to March to the Turkish consulate. And the staff of the Mount Wilson Observatory are sending out a big thank you to firefighters for saving the historic site during the bobcat fire. The flames came within 20 Ft of the observatory last month. The facility was found in 1904 and has been the site of pathbreaking scientific research. Sam Hale, chairman of Mount Wilson, Board of Trustee says the observatory, 60 Inch and 100 Inch telescopes were in danger from the fire. Support for NPR comes from I drive with remote PC, providing remote access to peces, Max and servers from anywhere, assisting those working from home and also enabling remote assistance for.

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Biden campaign announces town hall after Trump rejects virtual debate

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Biden campaign announces town hall after Trump rejects virtual debate

"President Trump's campaign wants next week's virtual debate with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden to go on as originally scheduled in person. NPR's Franco Ordo Nia's says both campaigns have started sparring over the issue. The Trump campaign is pointing to a memo from Trump's doctor that says he should be able to return to public events. Starting Saturday, President Trump told Fox News is Sean Hannity that a virtual debate was a waste of time. No, I'm not interested in doing a A virtual I'm not Joe, but I'm not going to do a virtual debate sit behind a computer screen, and that gives him the answers. Joe Biden is pushing back while campaigning in Phoenix. We set the dates I'm sticking with the dates. I'm showing up. I'll be there, and in fact if he shows up flying if he doesn't find, but his team is already scheduled a town hall for the same night, and the Trump campaign says they'll likely hold a rally. Franco or don't Yes. NPR NEWS

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04:24 min | 1 year ago

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"Of rainfall. That's dangerous. Hurricane Delta is expected to quickly weakened to a tropical storm after it comes ashore. Forecasters say it will move toward northern Mississippi and the Tennessee Valley this weekend. President Trump's campaign wants next week's virtual debate with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden to go on as originally scheduled in person. NPR's Franco Ordo Nia's says both campaigns have started sparring over the issue. The Trump campaign is pointing to a memo from Trump's doctor that says he should be able to return to public events. Starting Saturday, President Trump told Fox News is Sean Hannity that a virtual debate was a waste of time. No, I'm not interested in doing a Virtual. I'm not Joe, but I'm not going to do a virtual debate sit behind a computer screen that gives him the answers. Joe Biden is pushing back while campaigning in Phoenix. We set the date. I'm sticking with the date. I'm showing up. I'll be there, and in fact, if he shows up he doesn't find, but his team is already scheduled a town hall for the same night and the Trump campaign says they'll likely hold a rally Franco or Dona Sze. NPR NEWS, Michigan governor Gretchen Widmer says President Trump must do more to stop domestic terrorism. This comes as FBI agents foiled a plot by alleged domestic terrorists to kidnap her. Trump's and on Twitter yesterday, he does not tolerate any extreme violence. He also berated Wittner for being a terrible governor and said she should thank him. The winner of this year's Nobel Prize for Peace is the World Food Programme. NPR's Rob Schmitz reports the WFP associate it with the United Nations Nobel Peace Prize Committee chair Barrett Reese Anderson announced the UN's World Food program has been awarded the prize for its efforts to combat hunger. It's contribution to bettering conditions for peace and conflict affected areas. In for acting as a driving force and efforts to prevent the use of hunger as a weapon of war and conflict. The World Food Programme is the UN's largest agency in the world's largest organization, addressing hunger and promoting food security. Last year provided assistance to more than 97. Million people in 88 countries. Re Sanderson says the Corona virus pandemic has contributed global hunger and given the budget of the World Food Program has today. It will be around 265 million starving people within the year, she said. This award was a call to the global community, not tow underfund the program. Rob Schmitz. NPR NEWS Berlin On Wall Street, The Dow Jones industrial average is up 114 points at 28,540. This is NPR Live from KQED News. I'm Brian what one of the country's leading experts on infectious diseases, told a UC Berkeley audience that some universities made quote dramatic mistakes in reopening campuses, Shannon Lin reports At a virtual event hosted by UC Berkeley on Thursday night. White House Corona Virus advisor Dr Anthony Fauci responded to a student's question, calling the decision for some colleges to bring students back on campus. Naive. The main problem, according to Dr Fauci was when students ended up testing positive for covert 19 and school officials decided to send them back home, infecting communities there when they get infected. Don't send them home. Keep them there, keep them comfortable when they recover, get them back to class universities in the bay, including Berkeley and San Francisco state are largely remote through the spring semester. If officials do decide to reopen campus, she says they should test students every couple of weeks. I'm Shannon Lin, take Edie News. The season is over for the ace. The Astros beat Oakland 11 to 6 taking the American League division. Siri's knocking the A's out of the playoffs. A center fielder Ramon Laureano, was once a Houston minor leaguer. And had some tough encounters with the Astros this year, he said. This loss hurts. It's about feeling, you know, but hopefully it doesn't happen next year. You gotta Keep your head up. Keep working kid by dream about moving forward, and we're now while Syria's the ayes have made it to the playoffs 11 times in the past two decades will have more on this season. Coming up at 8 20. I'm Brian. What news? Support comes from service Fertility center doctors, UVAs provides personal one on one customized treatments.

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"We've got three hours of music ahead on morning becomes eclectic, Matt, have a great day. I'm an let looking forward to joining up with you and explaining to you some really cool stuff about case here. W and looking for your support News is next from NPR. Live from NPR news. I'm Laxmi saying President Trump tweets. He's feeling great ready to face Former Vice President Joe Biden fora second debate next week in Miami. With just weeks to go before the election, But the Republican incumbent is in the middle of being treated with a cocktail of experimental drugs for cove in 19. His physician has been light on specifics about Trump's health, especially the condition of the 74 year olds, lungs. NPR's Franco Ordonez reports, Trump still appears to be downplaying the threat Krone virus poses after tweeting to his followers. Don't be afraid of Cove. It When it comes to public health advice. The president has been a lot less clear. He's even mocked people for wearing masks and you know last night he didn't even mention the 200,000 people in this country alone who have died from the virus or the more than seven million people who have contract it. But the staged, you know, return kind of works with his overall strategy to be optimistic to focus on beating this and reopening the country and not on the people who have gotten sick or who have died. NPR's Franco Ordo Nia's reporting. The fact that Trump was among more than a dozen people from his inner circle to test positive for Krone virus in recent days is likely to come up at next week's debate. If it happens, it's Trump predicts. His rival, former vice president Biden has had a lot to say about it, as he urged Americans not to listen to the president and to wear their masks. NPR's Asma Khalid reports on Biden's comments at last night's NBC News Town hall event. Biden said. Quite frankly, he wasn't surprised Trump was infected by Cove it. But he also said he hoped the president having dealt with this virus personally would emphasize to Americans that mass could save lives. His remarks came shortly after the president was seen removing his mask to pose for pictures and take videos, Biden said. There's a lot to be concerned about with over 210,000 covert deaths in the United States. No one walks away with the message thinking that.

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Trump mounts bizarre and misleading White House return despite warnings

"Trump is back at the White House. Having been discharged by doctors at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, The president spent nearly 72 hours at Walter Reed outside Washington for treatment of covert 19. NPR's Franco Ordo Nia's has more, It was clear that he knew this would be a moment that would be captured by cameras how they set up the flags on the South Portico for his arrival, the pulling off of his mask. The standing there to salute Marine One is helicopter as it left and even how he turned to walk back into the White House has cameras clicked away. When, by the way he was not wearing a mask is others were standing by. It was really all very dramatic, made for TV moment to send a message to the American people that you know like him. They could beat this. Upon his return to the White House. Yesterday, the president recorded a video message where he urged Americans not to be afraid of covert 19. Some doctors and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden have criticized the president's words and his decision to remove his mask. Amid the pandemic trumps, doctors say the president remains contagious for another week. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany says she's tested positive for the virus. Spokesman Judd Deere says the White House is taking precautions to protect staff working in the building consistent with CDC guidelines.

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04:55 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro. Good morning. The president is staying at Walter Reed Medical Center today. He spoke yesterday, saying he was better. His chief of staff. Mark Meadows, though, says the next few days will be critical. Many questions remain and conflicting information has led to conspiracy theories and mistrust on the right and the left. Meanwhile, across the world, people are still dying of covert 19. Sometimes in makeshift wards for old people who are confused, you know, opening your eyes and saying a ceiling of a parking garage but feeling like you're in a hospital, he's probably confusing. It's Sunday, October. 4th news is next. Live from NPR news. I'm Giles Snyder. White House chief of staff. Mark Meadows says fears that President Trump will not be able to fulfill his duties after contracting the Corona virus are irrational. But NPR's Franco Ordo Nia's reports, and Meadows also says he himself Have been really concerned about the president's condition. Friday morning, Mark Meadows address questions about the president's health lines of succession. And what would happen if you got more sick during an interview Saturday night on Fox News, While that they make for good clicks on the Internet or make for great hyperbole on TV, there was never a consideration and never even a risk of a transition power. Meadow said he had just returned from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. He repeated White House physician Sean Connelly's findings that Trump was quote not out of the woods and that the next 48 hours or so would be critical. Meadow says a four minute video the president posted earlier to Twitter was intended to address the nation and aimed at giving hope to people. Franco or Dona as NPR news. President Trump's illness has reshaped the presidential campaign, and it's called into question confirmation hearings for a Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett, Republican senators Mike Leigh and Thom Tillis are among those in the president's orbit who have now tested positive. Senator Ben Sasse tested negative. But he's self quarantining. All three sit on the Senate Judiciary Committee, whose chairman Lindsey Graham, says he's moving forward with the confirmation process NPR Susan Davis, it speaks to the level of dedication. Republicans have to push this nomination through before the election. In some ways, I think it also speaks to the lack of confidence they have about the party's ability to hold the White House in the Senate in this election. Democrats on the committee are protesting this. They sent a letter to Graham saying that this decision quote threatens the health and safety of all those who are called upon to do the work of this body. But right now, Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, has the math for the votes on his side. As long as this outbreak it stays contained. If there's more positives, it could affect these calculations to Texas. Now the state attorney general is being accused of taking bribes and abusing his office by several of his top deputies, Matt largely of member Station Kut and Austin reports. VIN leaders in Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's office reportedly wrote Thursday to the States Human Resource is director making allegations including bribery and improper influence. They didn't describe the details of the alleged crimes, the Austin American Statesman newspaper reports. Paxton claims the allegations were made to impede an investigation into crimes done by other state employees. Including some in his office. This isn't the first time Paxton has been accused of crimes. He was indicted for securities fraud in 2015. Shortly after he became attorney general. His defense team has repeatedly delayed the case, and it has still not gone to trial for NPR news. I'm Matt largely in Austin, and you're listening to NPR news. Be fighting is ongoing between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed enclave of Nagorno Karabakh. Fighting there broke out a week ago today and it's the worst since the end of a war 1994 threatens to drag it Russia and Turkey. Azerbaijan says its second largest city came under rocket attacks today, the government vowed to strike back. Voters in the South Pacific archipelago of New New Caledonia have decided against independence from France. NPR's Eleanor Beard, so he reports 53% of margin was tighter. In the previous referendum Two years ago in 18 2056% of voters chose to remain part of France. New Caledonia became French in 18 53 under Emperor Napoleon, the third, Napoleon Bonaparte's nephew and heir. The archipelago Some 2000 miles east of Australia, was used for decades as a prisoner colony. French citizenship was granted to all can AKs in 1957. Referendums are the final steps of a process that started 30 years ago after years of violence that pitched pro independence activists against those wishing to remain part of France. As part of France. New Caledonian Sze enjoy a higher level of prosperity with French government aid, investment and healthcare. Eleanor.

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05:02 min | 1 year ago

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"Many questions remain, and conflicting information has led to conspiracy theories and mistrust on the right and the left. Meanwhile, across the world, people are still dying of covert 19, sometimes in makeshift wards for old people who are confused, you know, opening your eyes and saying a ceiling of a parking garage that feeling like you're in a hospital is probably confusing. It's Sunday, October. 4th news is next. Live from NPR news. I'm trial. Snyder. White House doctor says he is very happy with the improvements President Trump is making. But NPR's Franco Ordo Nia's reports. At the optimistic assessment is in contrast with Cem concerning messages about the president's recovery. White House Dr Sean Connolly said the president was doing well, just 72 hours since his diagnosis. And that raised questions about the timeline of the president's diagnosis because it would have meant he was positive for the virus on Wednesday afternoon before he had a rally in Minnesota and went to a fundraiser in New Jersey. The White House quickly said he misspoke. But what was also no worthy is that soon after the doctor's briefing, another person familiar with the president's health raised more concerns, noting we're still not on a clear path to a full recovery. The Associated Press identify that person as chief of staff Mark matter, Franco Ordo, Nia's NPR News chief of staff, Meadows appeared on Fox News last night, saying he had really concerns about the president's condition Friday morning, and he repeated at the White House doctors finding that the next 48 hours or so would be critical. But he also said there was never a consideration or even a risk of a transition of power. Flying fears of President Trump would not be able to fulfill his duties irrational with a month to go before Election Day. Republican South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham defended his three term record on the debate stage last night. Against Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison in Colombia. South Carolina Public Radio's Gavin Jackson has more. The first debate between Graham and Harrison focused heavily in the Corona virus response and the pending confirmation of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett, which Grams Judiciary Committee will oversee while Graham accused Harrison of supporting a radical agenda. His opponent hit back, calling out Graham's shift to confirm a Supreme Court justice just weeks before election stands Gram previously opposed both highlighted their humble beginnings and desire to work across the aisle. But their differences were stark with Harrison even speaking behind a Plexi glass partition, citing concern over the deadly Corona virus. Both sides claimed victory, though Hairston's campaign said it raised $125,000 during the hour long debate for NPR news. I'm Gavin Jackson in Charleston. To Texas now, or top aides and the Texas attorney general's office or accusing their boss of taking bribes and abusing his office Man larges with member Station Kut and Austin. The reports of deputies for attorney general Can Paxton are asking federal authorities for an investigation Seven top officials reportedly wrote to the States Human Resource is department Thursday, accusing Paxton of a range of crimes without detail ing them. Allegations were reported by the Austin American Statesman newspaper, the aide said. They also reported their claims to federal law enforcement, Paxton told the newspaper. The allegations were made to stop an investigation into other state employees. He was already under indictment for securities fraud since 2015 This is NPR news. Heavy fighting is ongoing between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed enclave of Nagorno Karabakh. Fighting there broke out a week ago. Today. It is the worst since the end of the war in 1994 that threatens to drag in Russia and Turkey. Azerbaijan says its second largest city came under rocket attacks today, the government vowed to strike back. In Israel. Protests against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have expanded across the country after the Israeli government passed a law last week limiting large protests. NPR's Daniel Estrin reports from Jerusalem. Netanyahu claim the mass protests against him in recent months were a health hazard. A new Corona virus law restricts protesters to groups of 20. Up to 1000 yards from their homes, but this didn't reduce protests. It just made more of them. Saturday night, thousands held small protests of more than 100 spots. According to organizers. They call the Netanyahu to resign because he's on trial for corruption and because of his failure to rein in a new virus outbreak. Several demonstrators were attacked by onlookers. Israel's tourism minister, has resigned, protesting the new limits on demonstrating and accusing Netanyahu. We're focusing more on his trial that on the pandemic Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is defending his handling of the Corona virus pandemic, telling the BBC today that his government had to strike a difficult balance between saving lives and protecting the economy. He also warned of what he called a bumping winter ahead. Johnson's critics are calling for tougher social distancing requirements to stem a second way of the UK as Europe's highest corona virus..

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03:10 min | 1 year ago

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"Stay tuned. Our body politick will be on right after the news. Live from NPR news. I'm no RAHM President. Trump remains in a military hospital after testing positive for the Corona virus. His doctor says the medical team remains cautiously optimistic. What the president is not out of the woods yet. Dr. Sean Connolly says he remains fever free and has been moving around his hospital sweet without difficulty. President appeared on a Twitter video last night, assuring the American people he's doing well. NPR's Franco Ordo Nia's reports, The president posted a four minute video saying he was feeling much better. I came here wasn't feeling so well. I feel much better now. We're working hard to get me all the way back. I have to be back. Because we still have Tio make America great again. The president looked a little tired and his hair was a bit out of place. But he was upbeat and says the real test will be over the next 48 hours to see how his recovery continues. He said that his wife, Melania Trump was doing well. And added that he chose to go to Walter Reed Military Hospital instead of being locked upstairs in the White House. Franco Ordo Nia's NPR NEWS, Michigan Supreme Court, says governor Gretchen Whitmer does not have the authority to continuous state of emergency. Ooh to the pandemic. NPR's Jason Slotkin has more. Whitmore first declared a state of emergency in March, And when lawmakers fail to extend it past April, 30th Wittmer did it via executive order. That sparked a controversy with Republican lawmakers. They sued the Democratic governor, but Whitmer cited to state laws is giving her the authority. On Friday, Michigan Supreme Court ruled that wasn't the case and in fact one of those laws violated the state's constitution. Whitmore called the decision deeply disappointing and said she vehemently disagreed with the court's interpretation of Michigan's constitution. She also said she'd seek alternative source of authority for continuing the state's Corona virus measures. Jason's Larkin NPR News in North Carolina Senate race The Republican incumbent, Thom Tillis, Says he's tested positive for the Corona virus, and his Democratic opponent has apologized for sending sexual text messages. Steve Harrison from member station W. F A. A reports tell us a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said he's asymptomatic and feeling well. His infection appears related to last week's public unveiling at the White House of Amy Cockney. Barrett is President Trump's Supreme Court nominee. His Democratic opponent is attorney in Army Reserve Lieutenant Colonel Cao Cunningham, who is leading in the polls. Cunningham released a statement saying he has hurt his own family and disappointed his friends. By sending the text messages. He says he's deeply sorry. The text messages became known when a conservative website published them Thursday night. Cunningham, who's married, says he's not dropping out of the race. The race is considered one of the closest in the nation and could determine which party controls the Senate for NPR News. I'm Steve Harrison in Charlotte. This's NPR news. Several people have died and many more are missing in France and Italy after their border.

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Trump says he feels better, but his chief of staff says he is ‘still not on a clear path to a full recovery.’

"White House chief of staff. Mark Meadows says fears that President Trump will not be able to fulfill his duties after contracting the Corona virus are irrational, he told Fox News Saturday night. There's never been a risk of a transition. Meadow said he had just been to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to visit the president. At a briefing Saturday, The president's doctors said he was doing well. Later, the White House provided a less positive assessment. NPR's Franco Ordo Nia's has more right after the press conference, a source familiar with the president's health told White House reporters something that raised a lot of concerns, the source said, quote the president's vitals over the last 24 hours were very concerning and the next 48 hours will be critical in terms of his care and this part we're still not On a clear path to a full recovery now. The Associated Press identified that information is coming from White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, the White House said there will be further updates on Sunday so we will learn more than

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"Is honest? I'm not sure that it can't be. I don't know. I don't know that it can be with this whole situation, unsolicited ballots. The comments have the power to stoke existing controversy over whether he'd accept a transition in power. Earlier in the afternoon, his spokeswoman said Trump would honor the will of the people. The president has repeatedly argued against mail in voting, charging that is open to fraud. Experts say there is little evidence of this. Franco Ordo Nia's NPR News. The heads of two major pharmaceutical firms working on developing a covert 19 vaccine, say companies are working together to see how much information they can release to the public about their testing regimes. Effort comes at a time. Some members of the public of Express concerns over whether a vaccine is being rushed into production and whether or not it will be safe. Officials with AstraZeneca and Johnson and Johnson addressed to panel discussion today sponsored by the World Economic Forum, saying they recognize the pandemic demands transparency from developers about any vaccine that ultimately wins regulatory approval. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is directing committee chairs to come up with a fresh offer on a Corona virus relief measure to trying to jumpstart deadlock negotiations with the White House. Here's NPR Susan Davis. The latest Democratic offer is expected to cost around 2.4 Trillion, a scaled down version of the $3.4 Trillion bill. The House passed back in May. But it would include new aide to struggling industries, including airlines and restaurants. The bill is expected to be unveiled next week. It's unclear if it will get a vote in the house or just serve as the basis for what Democrats hope will result in a final deal before the election. The price tag is still much higher than what the White House and Senate Republicans say the nation can afford to spend to address pandemic related needs. Susan Davis NPR NEWS Washington After a night of violence, authorities in Louisville are pleading for calm. The call comes after angry protests over the charging decision that Brana Taylor case. Last night, shooting and wounding of two police officers. The round of demonstrations there erupted after a grand jury declined to bring criminal charges against any of the three officers specifically for their role in Taylor's death. Young black woman was shot half a dozen times in her own bed after police burst into our apartment back in March grand jury found the officers could not be criminally charged for returning fire after Taylor's boyfriend shot in them. Stocks gained ground today, the doubt 52 points the NASDAQ Rose 39 points. You're listening to NPR. Sales of newly built homes were up last month of their highest level in more than a decade. The housing market is a rare bright spot emits the ongoing Corona virus pandemic. But as NPR's Chris on the reports, economists would like to see a lot more homes being built. The Commerce Department says new home sales rose about 5% for the month before his low interest rates helped motivate Homebuyers. But in many parts of the country, there aren't that many homes for sale on that tight inventory is pushing up prices. The National Association of Realtors says the median price for an existing home is about $310,000. That's up more than 11% from a year ago. And that could eventually hurt sales if prices become unaffordable for too many people, But one obstacle to simply building more Hobbs. The pandemic and the wildfires mean delays for building materials and rising costs. Lumber prices of more than doubled since April. His sawmills can't keep up with the demand. Chris Arnold. NPR NEWS The German court is rolled. Former Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn must face trial on a second set of charges in the company's diesel emissions scandal. Latest charges related to alleged market manipulation. Outside by the German court follows a decision earlier this month The former VW chief must stand trial on fraud charges when the corners tonight any wrongdoing resigned days, not for the U. S Environmental Protection Agency announced a notice of violation in 2015. Alleging the company company had for years been using software that turned emissions controls off during normal driving in on during testing on Wall Street Today, the Dow closed higher oil was also up. You're listening to NPR. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include American Jewish World Service supporting human rights advocates worldwide as they respond to cope in 19 and defend democracies learn more at a J. W s dot org and Americans for the Arts. You're listening to all things Considered on 19.3 K easy You and Casey you, Donald. Good afternoon. I'm Michelle Luxton Sibyl, But this station comes from Cal State Monterey Base I e. D presenting the 2020 startup Investment in Community Capital Expo with a key note by Guy Kawasaki, September 28th to 30th Online details at S.

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"Coastlines on farmland. Mine was speaking in Wilmington, Delaware. President Trump discounted the impact of climate change during a briefing in California on the wildfires reaching across parts of the West Coast. Trump said that forest management is needed to combat the blazes. NPR's Franco Ordo Nia's reports that the president was also in Arizona Monday for an event where few attendees wore masks. President Trump travel to Phoenix Monday for an event being billed as a Latinos for Trump Roundtable that reporters on the ground are describing as a small campaign rally. He kicked off the event celebrating a court ruling that Pennsylvania's Corona virus shutdown was unconstitutional. We just had a great ruling. Doug and I were talking just literally minutes ago. A federal judge. A very prominent, A very respected federal judge came out and rule that they can't shut to stay down any longer is too much. This is the president's fifth visit to Arizona this year. Recent polls show Trump is trailing former Vice President Biden in this key battleground state, Franco or Dona as NPR news. A federal judge says government attorneys are not complying with her order to produce documents explaining the decision to wind down the national head count one month early on September 30th You A sister. Court Judge Lucy Coe says the information submitted so far was already publicly available Co. Is overseeing a lawsuit by several cities, counties and civil rights groups. Demanding that the October 31st deadline for the national population count be restored. This is NPR news. Elections. Officials in several states are warning voters to ignore postcards incorrectly stating that mail in ballots must be requested at least 15 days before the November 3rd election. The Postal Service says it's trying to comply with a federal judge's order to stop delivering notices with inaccurate information on voting. Voters in Washington state and Utah are being told to ignore instructions to request a ballot. Colorado's attorney general's office says it is making automated phone calls to ensure That residents there are not confused or miss informed about voting by mail. U S Customs and Border Protection has announced fresh measures to curtail imports from China's western region of Xinjiang. NPR's John Rule, which reports that the steps Target entities believed to be using state sponsored forced labor, the agency imposed for new withhold release orders against entities in Xinjiang and another aimed at a company in central China. The agency says One of the entities is a re education internment camp. It's part of a network of extrajudicial facilities in Xinjiang, where ethnic Uighurs and other Muslims have been held in the name of combating terrorism. The others used prison or forced labor to make products including garments, textiles and processed cotton. About 85% of China's cotton comes from Xinjiang, according to Chinese data. One company in on way province hundreds of miles from Xinjiang was believed to be sourcing forced labour from the region. John Rule, which NPR news on stock markets, and Asia, shares are mixed lower in Tokyo. U. S futures are higher following gains on Wall Street Monday. I'm Shae Stevens. This is NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Lifelock, reminding consumers that there was a victim of identity theft every three seconds in 2019. Learn more at Lifelock dot com slash NPR and the Annie E. Casey Foundation. Thank you for the latest news. Welcome back to Newsday, Lawrence and clear with you also virus vaccine and conspiracy theories. Bill Gates will be talking to us. He's a man at the heart of all that stuff. You were talking to us in just a moment in a snapshot of darkness at noon on the skies of flame and smoke. That's the apocalyptic vision we get from our guest in California. Asking, also, of course, what's responsible for the wildfires. They're also protest in Belarus and possible evidence of life in the atmosphere around Venus a lot coming up that's Newsday. Let's start with that report by the Bill and.

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05:36 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Jack Sphere. Nearly two dozen people are still confirmed missing in Oregon as firefighters make slow progress on a wave of wildfires burning in that state. NPR's Nathan Rod reports. At least 35 people have been killed in the broader fires that are burning along the West Coast. Dense smoke is hampering firefighting in search and rescue efforts in central Oregon. Air quality is hazardous from California to Canada as it has been in some places for days. Forecasters say air quality could see modest improvements in Oregon later in the week, which would be welcome news to the hundreds of thousands of people in the state who have been living under thick smoke. Medical clinics have reported increases in respiratory patients. Meanwhile, the fires themselves are still growing, though far slower than they did last week. Nathan Rot. NPR NEWS Roseburg, Oregon President Trump is forging ahead with indoor campaign events with no social distancing, and few people wearing masks, NPR's Franco or donate reports, The president was in Phoenix for an event where few attendees were wearing masks. President Trump travel to Phoenix Monday for an event being billed as a Latinos for Trump Roundtable that reporters on the ground are describing as a small campaign rally. He kicked off the event celebrating a court ruling that Pennsylvania's Corona virus shutdown was unconstitutional. We just had a great ruling. Doug and I were talking just literally minutes ago. A federal judge. Very prominent, a very respected federal judge came out and rule that they can't shut to stay down any longer is too much. This is the president's fifth visit to Arizona this year. Recent polls show Trump is trailing former Vice President Biden in this key battleground state. Franco Ordo Nia's NPR News, U. S Customs and Border Protection is ordering fresh measures to curtail imports from China's western region. NPR's John Rule, which reports the steps target, and he is believed to use state sponsored forced labor, the agency imposed for new withhold release orders against entities in Xinjiang and another aimed at a company in central China. The agency says One of the entities is a re education internment camp. It's part of a network of extrajudicial facilities in Xinjiang, where ethnic Uighurs and other Muslims have been held in the name of combating terrorism. The others used prison or forced labor to make products including garments, textiles and processed cotton. About 85% of China's cotton comes from Xinjiang, according to Chinese data. One company in Anhui Province, hundreds of miles from Xinjiang was believed to be sourcing forced labour from the region. John Rule, which NPR news clinical trials for the Corona virus, vaccine, being jointly developed by drugmaker AstraZeneca, an Oxford University have resumed in Brazil today after the country's health minister received confirmation over the weekend, its British equivalent at approved the restart. AstraZeneca had briefly posits clinical trials last week after an unexplained illness involving a participant in Britain Stock closed higher today. The Dow up 327 points. This's NPR and this is Casey AR W. On Larry Perella, Monday, September 14th. Here's what's happening at 70 for The bobcat fire burning in the San Gabriel Mountains is expected to move closer to the foothill communities deceiving as it burns downhill towards hundreds of evacuated homes. Nearly 900 firefighters on the ground are being backed up by nine water and retardant dropping aircraft. Residents of Monrovia, Bradbury, Altadena, Duarte, Pasadena and other San Gabriel Valley areas were advised to be ready to evacuate. If flames spread their way. All residents in the Angel's Oaks area have not yet evacuated are being asked to do so immediately to do the Eldorado fire burning in the UKIP area. Cal Fire tweeted the evacuation orders this morning, citing increased fire activity in that area. The Eldorado fire has burned more than 14,000 acres and was 44% contained as of earlier today was caused by a smoke device that ignited brush during a gender reveal party. A Sun Valley church has once again defied a court order by holding a packed morning service during during the Kofi 19 pandemic. Pastor John MacArthur of Grace Community Church began his Sunday sermon by reading aloud many of the health measures required by local and state authorities to prevent the spread of the Corona virus, MacArthur said following the rules would completely shut the church down. Obviously, this is not constitutional. More importantly, it goes against the will of the Lord of the church. Calls us together. Look at the person next to you and say I don't know who you are, but I'm so glad I'm sitting next to you. Last week In Lake Superior Court Judge Mental Beck Lof issued a temporary restraining order directing the church to refrain from holding indoor services. The church was about to appeal that order and could face penalties for disregarding him. And starting tonight, the TV academy kicking off almost a week of Emmy Awards recognizing the best of US TV over the past year. The entertainment industry has been under pressure to increase diversity for years now, but a new study has found when it comes to women landing some of the most powerful jobs not much, but not much progress is being made. Here is case here. W's Jerry Glazer of the top 10 TV shows that snag the most primetime Emmy nominations this year. The majority of them have plot lines that are focused on women. That's the good news when it comes to diversity. But it's a different story behind the camera, according to the nonprofit Women's Media Center. Women account for just 35% of the nominees in the most influential behind the scenes categories producing directing writing editing. That's up slightly from last year, but it still means about 65% of those recognized our men. Of those categories. Producing is the one getting closest to gender parity with more than a third of the nominees being women. Editing is the least with just over 10% of nominees being female. They.

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Trump heading to Kenosha, Wisconsin amid protests over police shooting

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"Today in Kenosha, Wisconsin, over President Trump's impending visit. The governor Kenosha mayor and other officials fear Trump's presence will stoke more unrest. Following the police shooting of Jacob Lake, subsequent protests and then a deadly shooting in which a teenage trump supporters accused there's NPR's Franco Ordo. Nia's. Kenosha is the latest city at the centre of racial unrest after Blake, a black man was shot by a white police officer. The president's planning to meet with law enforcement and business owners as well A survey damage in Kenosha President Trump is suggesting Kyle Rittenhouse charged with killing two protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin, allegedly acted in self defense. Voters in Massachusetts are

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"Not able to hear us. The president and first lady are slowly walking. And you know, a lot has been said about how unusual beyond unusual way have Franco Ordo Nia's with us, Franco. What do we expect to hear from the president tonight? What? We're expected to hear him kind of continue. What Vice President Mike Pence set, talked about yesterday were expecting to hear a lot about law and order were expecting to hear a lot about the contrast between what The Trump administration would be versus what a Biden administration would be, as AH, Vice President Mike Pence said yesterday are argued yesterday that Uh, that America would not be safe under a Biden administration. So I think you're going to hear a lot of that. That kind of focus. We're also supposed to hear a little bit about Kenosha, but it will be very in the the unrest. In Kenosha, Wisconsin. But what will be interesting to hear is how he addresses it. Well, he and beyond unrest in Kenosha. You know, during Ivanka's Trump, we could hear the horns and sirens of protestors here in Washington, not violent protests. We should be clear. But audible enough that we could hear them in the background of Ivanka Trump's remarks there. Absolutely. I mean, there's a lot of people, and there's a lot of concern not only in the major cities but also here in Washington, D. C. Surrounding the White House. There are large fences toe hold back some of these protests on and they've been there for months now because of the concerns and what's been going on in some of the efforts Time. Also, of course, Efforts to knock down some of those statues. All right, let's listen to what President Trump has to say..

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"To observe social distancing even if they're forced to flee their homes. Sarah McCammon NPR NEWS Virginia Beach Governor, Gavin Newsom says California appears to be making progress toward containing a resurgence of the Corona virus. But Newsome says the status far from ready to resume business, re openings, positivity rates hospitalizations. Now I see youse is showing a decrease from where we were over a week ago encouraging signs, but one week does not make Kind of trend that gives us confidence generate headlines. California has now confirmed almost 515,000 Cove it 19 cases with more than 9300 deaths. Figures from Johns Hopkins University show that US health officials have now confirmed more than 4.7 million Corona virus cases nationwide. With more than 155,000 deaths. President Trump is keeping up his attacks on mail in voting. NPR's Franco Ordo Nia's reports that Trump is now suggesting a do over of recent elections in New York because of problems there. Counting mail in ballots. President Trump again to cried Universal mail in voting and says the U. S Post office is not prepared to handle nationwide mail in voting. Universal mail in ballots is going to Be a great embarrassment to our country. Nearly six weeks after the election in New York, two congressional races remain undecided due to delays counting the mail in ballots. President Trump also singled out Nevada's newly passed plan for mail in ballots and threatened to sue to block it. Almost all states are expanding vote by mail as a result of the pandemic. But there is no nation wide turn to universal mail in voting as Trump claims, and as much as half of the electorate is still expected to cast ballots in person this November. Franco or DONA as NPR NEWS Wall Street stocks posted gains Monday following encouraging economic reports. And after hours trading US futures are mixed. This is NPR news. A federal judge has Puerto Rico residents cannot be denied access to three federal welfare programs, including one that benefits the elderly, blind and disabled. Judge William to Young calls the policy discriminatory, noting that Puerto Rico pays more federal taxes than six state and all U. S territories. Combined. He also granted the government a two month administrator stay of his decision, which currently applies to the nine plaintiffs in the case. A Justice Department appeal is expected. In Mexico schools will not reopen this fall amid a surgeon Corona virus infections As NPR's carry con reports. Mexico now ranks third in the number of deaths from Kobe, 19 behind the U. S. And Brazil. Mexico reports more than 47,000 deaths in the country due to Cove. It It's sixth in the world for a number of confirmed cases, just shy of 440,000. Experts say the actual numbers are probably much higher since Mexico does very little testing. With much of the country still on red in the government's traffic Like reopening scheme, the education minister says schools will remain closed. Instead, the Education Ministry announced at home Learning with lessons broadcast over open TV channels in all 16 channels will broadcast from 7 a.m. to eight at night.

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CDC delays school reopening guidance

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CDC delays school reopening guidance

"School officials face an agonising choice in the next few weeks. How, if at all, did they send their kids back to school? To them. It's a decision about public health and about the kids who are closest to them. The president alleges. The decision is really about him. He's urging schools to open and criticizing his own administration's guidelines for opening safely and claiming without evidence that governors in school leaders want to keep schools shut to hurt him. They think it's going to be good for them politically, so they keep the schools close. No way. So we're very much going to put pressure on governors and everybody else to open the schools to get him open District leaders in Los Angeles, Houston, Atlanta and many other communities have announced they will keep teaching remotely when school resumes. NPR's Corey Turner has been covering this and joins us now, Corey Good morning. Good morning, Steve. I want to mention that the White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany said behind the lectern yesterday. Science should not stand in the way of reopening. Now people mock. That is if she was dismissing science. But in context, she appeared to be arguing that the science supports reopening. That's what she said. But what is the research to actually say? Yeah, That's right. The the science suggests that kid's generally don't get very sick from Cove in 19 so the administration is not far on that one. But it is less clear how easily kids spread it, especially if they're clustered in schools. But we have to remember that the realist you here is that many states are right now seeing substantial community spread of the disease, and the science is not clear that reopening schools in that context is smart or safe. As for that CDC guidance you mentioned Steve, our colleague, Franco Ordo. Nia's reported last night that the agency is going to delay some new school reopening documents, although it's a little confusing here because CDC has said these documents are not a revision or a softening of the old guidance that President Trump doesn't like, just sort of an elaboration. Well, that's right. Because the president criticized the guidelines to toughen. The CDC essentially said Too bad the science is what it is these guidelines so what would make the guidelines contentious? I mean, some of them are really tough having kids where face coverings, staggering school schedules, But maybe the hardest is keeping kids six feet apart in the classroom, you know, do the math to do that you a have to divide kids into smaller classroom groups. B. Find more classroom space and see find more teachers on that stuff, And that's why some places like New York City say. They're going to have to do a hybrid schedule, bringing some kids in some of the time What our various school superintendents saying as they make these decisions, So they're saying that you know, in spite of President Trump trying to sideline the CDC, they're still very much working with and listening to local, state and federal public health officials and Levet. She heads the savanna Chatham County public schools in Georgia. She told me she's constantly checking in with the head of her public health department and looking over daily infection data for her community. Every day and look at the numbers and I'm like, Please, Please let him go down. Please let him go down and they're not going down. Which is why Levet says her hardest day in this pandemic was not when Georgia closed her school's back in March. I was just last week when looking at the numbers, she decided there was just no way for her to fully reopen at roughly the same time is when President Trump began his campaign to pressure school leaders into quickly reopening Accusing them of not doing what's best for kids. Anyone out there who's questioning whether not educated or at home and not doing the work that I young people need us to be doing the wrong. That's Louvel Brown, He's head of the Ithaca City School district in Ithaca, New York, were working even more now, and we can't wait to get these babies back in our spaces. Superintendents do at least share President Trump's sense of urgency. It is better. To have kids back in school every day. Paul Imhoff is the superintendent of Upper Arlington schools near Columbus, Ohio. All of us want that all of us are anxious for that. But then in half pauses as soon as it's safe, Michael Ina hosta who runs the Dallas Independent School District puts it this way. Sometimes parents forgive us if we commit educational malpractice. They will never forgive us if we let something happen to their Children, So what does it mean to open schools safely? Many school leaders are following. CDC is recommendation to space desks six feet apart, and Brown says that's forcing him to get creative will use everyone about spaces. We hope to be able to get outside and you those faces as well. But I still don't think we can get all of our young people in school at the same time in Dallas. Michael in a hostess says. We think we can have a pretty safe learning about him. But we're gonna have mask We're goingto have face shields. We're going to have a Plexiglas in the classroom. The plexiglass. He's Says, helps him fit more students into each classroom. Even with that, though, Dallas County is seeing substantial community spread of the disease. So in a hostess says he wants to delay the start of school by several weeks. Chad guest in the head of the Phoenix Union High School District, says this pandemic is forcing educators to become epidemiologists. We were spending so much time studying Respiratory droplets and measuring classrooms and how many kids fit on a bus and how to transition thousands of kids between periods that we lost track of the core of our work. And that core guest in says is teaching and learning. So Steve with infection rates skyrocketing in Arizona to guest in recently announced that for now, at least all of his students are going to keep learning remotely. And that way, he says he and his staff Khun Get back to focusing on you know how to be a great school. Well, sounds like the bottom line is that many schools maybe even most schools will not open on time in August of the start of September. At least not fully know. I think there's just too much uncertainty, especially with infection rates rising again in so many places. It's also worth noting, though, that several recent national polls show a majority of parents Really opposed schools rushing to reopen two parents are on the side of schools. In many places. I even heard from the superintendent in Ithaca, where infection rates are pretty low, Super intown Superintendent Brown told me. You know the key to everyone being able to return to school there. Really boils down to one word, vaccine them. And if you have different schools, making different decisions in different areas, you have parents looking around and saying, Wait a minute. What are we supposed to do here and wanting to be conscious with their own kids, right? Absolutely. I mean, it gets back to the same old line I've heard every day since covering schools, which is their controlled locally. Cory, Thanks for your work. Thank you. Steve, NPR's education

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"Very major immigration bill is an executive order which Supreme Court now because of the docket decision has given me the power to do that. In the interview, he focused on the fact that the Supreme Court says he has the power to make these kind of changes. But again, it's not at all clear what the details of this are. Well, then, I guess I'm not sure what the answer the next question is. What will this specifically need for document? Yeah, exactly. We're still trying to figure out the specifics, he said DACA would be included, though, and he said people would be quote. Very happy. He said It would give people a road to citizenship. But he also said that it would be a very big bill, including changes to the immigration system that he has sought to make before based on merit rather than family ties. Again a lot more questions need to be answered about whether he could even do this on his own without Congress. And if I can just one of her one more another question out there, and that's how this would fly with his base. Because I can tell you that they are already very concerned about this. R. J. Hamann. He's with fair. That's a group that wants to see Les immigration. He said that any effort by Trump to try to do this unilaterally would basically be quote Obama to point out. So then why do you think this interview this news is happening now? Because I mean, this is coming at the end of a week where The president has had a lot of events focus on the Latino community. I mean, what's your sense of why this is happening? Well, I mean, the Trump campaign is making a strong play for Latino voters. He had an event in the Rose Garden, where there was a very respectful tone between him and the Mexican president. There was another one focused on Hispanic economic prosperity. And today a discussion with Venezuelan Americans in Miami. You know, he needs some Latino voters to support him to win, According to the Pew Research Center, nearly 70% of Latinos disapprove of Trump and 2/3 say they support Joe Biden. Latinos, frankly, haven't forgotten his comments from 2016. You know, he launched his campaign calling Mexican immigrants, rapists and his administration is cracked down on undocumented immigrants from Latin America separating migrant Children from their family members, So it's really an uphill battle. So do you have any indication of when we might find out more about this? Well, there's already Ah blizzard of questions being asked of the White House from reporters like myself, so we'll see. I mean, I should say that the White House is trying to change the momentum from what's really been a rough few weeks for President Trump. His poll numbers are sinking. And his chief of staff, Mark Meadows has promised a Siri's of executive orders so we'll see what happens. All right? That is NPR. White House correspondent Franco Ordo. Nia's Thank you, Franco. Thank you. In March, Briana Taylor was killed in her home by Louisville police officers. Now her death has sparked a movement. But what happens when a movement turns into a mean my next guest writes that the central demand arrest the cops who killed Briana Taylor that it's gone from a rallying cry to a punch line on Social media. It appears in a comedian's tweet about the TV show friends. It's the caption to a graphic about house plants. They're self care posts, reminding you to drink plenty of water, wash your hands and arrest the cops who killed Briana Taylor just to explain how this works. A reader or viewer is set up to think they're looking at something innocuous, the House plants say. And then suddenly, there's a turn to justice for Briana Taylor, the idea being to keep her in the spotlight. But film and culture critic ate Young told me these names have shown a lack of reverence for Taylor. I'm not entirely sure when the ship captain, but it became really upon that. It had stopped being something that wass reminder for justice on was something more about finding the cleverest way to hide the message. It was A perverse kind of Rick roll almost It was frustrating to see because it felt very disrespectful to her. Mentally. I hear you arguing that you see these names says as being sometimes but disrespectful as trivializing her death. Is it possible for that to be true, and for it also to be true that some of these names are effective precisely because they might reach people who otherwise aren't talking about this? I think that's definitely possible. I mean, I am a huge proponent of the fact the two things could be true, but I think that whether or not they are effective For a small segment of the population. Should not override the fact. That it is a disrespectful way. To engage with her memory. I think there are lots of things that could be effective. It is necessarily mean that they're the best option. And if there are better options, then they should be taken. I mean, even this This phrase arrest the cops to kill. Who exactly is that full? Because the rest of us on social media don't have the power to make that happen. We can actually do the arresting. So who specifically are you talking to? So if the's memes aren't the right way to advocate for justice for Briana Taylor and other women, what is the right way? What? What should we do? Honestly, I'm not sure that I have that answer. I think the concrete things that we can do now include. You know, signing petitions on donating to her family's go fund me. But as I personally I'm struggling with you know these issues of abolition. I don't know what justice looks like. Outside of Prison system That's really interesting to hear you were someone who is thinking deeply and writing on these things. You're wrestling with it, too. I think a lot of people can identify with the fact that we are kind of having to gravel with a lot of new things very quickly. And it isn't easy. You know, there are people who devoted that their life to this, so the idea that we would just have the answers overnight is ridiculous. But I do think that it's work that is worthy and that we should be doing and that we should be pushing ourselves to do instead of defaulting. Too easy things like means because I mean, takes nothing out of you. He posted your double tap, You move on. But if we want to, actually Dismount all the systems that we are living with. And right Now I'm doing something that's actually just that actually serves everyone equally. Then we have to actually take a look at what the root problems are and figure out how we can disentangle them from our very specific ideas about criminality. And race on justice, and that is a project. That will take is decades. I mean, thiss country is 200 plus years old. Is that a lot too? And do And it's not something that's going to happen in a couple weeks, but it is work that can't happen if we commit to doing it. His film and culture critic Kate Young. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. This is NPR news.

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