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"Lou Dobbs Tonight" has been canceled after a decade
"Network has cancelled. Lou dobbs show. Npr's giles snyder reports. It was announced after dobbs was named in a two point. Seven billion dollar lawsuit against fox fox news says a telegraph to cancelation of lou dobbs tonight in october saying it's part of a routine reworking of the program schedule following the november election for the time being dob show is being replaced by fox. Business tonight lou dobbs tonight here for the final time. Friday night with a guest host dobbs tier word
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"Lie from NPR News on Giles Snyder President Biden is dividing some Republican senators to the White House today to discuss the next round of pandemic relief. Biden's invitation came in response to a letter from 10 Senate Republicans offering a compromise for the next coronavirus package. It's a $600 billion package and NPR's state missed it. Reports. The Republican lawmakers say they are aiming for a more targeted approach. The proposal from the 10 Republicans is much smaller than the $1.9 trillion plan put forth by the Biden administration. However, the senators say they've maintained $160 billion for vaccine distribution, testing and tracing in P ped. The letter makes no mention of state local aid. One element that's been a sticking point in previous really packages. White House has signaled a willingness to compromise on some parts of the plan. The Republican Group of Senators air to meet with President Biden at the White House later today. Former President Donald Trump has named two lawyers to the defense team that will represent him at his Senate impeachment trial. Attorney David shown and Bruce Castor have been named to lead. His defense announcement came after his prior team unraveled over the weekend. Boston's Fenway Park, home to the Red Sox is becoming a vaccination center today from member station GBH Story. BEDFORD. Reports at Health officials plan to distribute 500 Cove in 19 vaccinations per day. First responders, shelter and corrections facility staff, health care workers and people over 75 years old can head to the historic ballpark for a dose of the Fizer vaccine. But unlike the long lines, you might see it a ballgame or concert. Rodrigo Martinez of Partners See, I see Health says a strict appointment schedule should keep the lines flowing, and no one should wait outside with a huge blizzard on its way to the Northeast. We're ready. We know there's gonna be a weather. We live in New England and we've made a score precautions. Fenway joins the home of the New England Patriots Gillette Stadium, which opened as a vaccination center earlier this month. For NPR News. I'm Tori Bedford in Boston, Chicago now where the public schools have canceled plans to resume in person learning today, But the school district, moving closer to a major showdown. The teachers and staff Sarah Carpets with member station WBZ. Chicago Mayor Laurie Life with said she hoped that the school district and the teachers union could come to an agreement and that by Tuesday In person. Learning could start but she also issued an ultimatum. Let me say again. We expect all of our teachers and those who who do not report to work, and I hate to even go there, But we're gonna have to take action. Yes, Chicago Teacher. Union members say they won't go back to work until a deal is reached. And if they're black from their remote classes they could strike. The two sides have yet to reach an agreement on how many staff should be allowed to work from home. The timeline for reopening and the health metrics used to determine opening and closing. For NPR news. I'm Sarah Carp in Chicago and you're listening to NPR news. The White House says President Biden has been briefed on the situation in Myanmar, where the military has taken over seizing power from the elected government of Nobel laureate on Song Souci. Military claims fraud in November's election. It has declared a state of emergency for one year and sushi along with other leaders of her party have been detained. India's government is proposing a sharp increase in its health care spending. That's one of the proposals included in the new budget being presented today in parliament. As NPR's Lauren Frayer reports. Speaking in parliament, India's finance Minister Nurmela Sita Rahman, put forward new measures a doubling of health care, spending more funds for vaccine development and a lifting of caps on foreigners investing in India's insurance market. They're all designed to lift India out of a cove, it induced recession, she told lawmakers after introduction. 100 speaker. The opposition lawmakers heckled her. They boycotted another session of parliament last week in solidarity with Indian farmers who've been protesting the government's agriculture policy. Months of demonstrations erupted into clashes with police last week. Lauren Frayer. NPR news mom by the East Coast is getting hit.
McConnell optimistic for COVID relief deal
"Congressional leaders are sounding more optimistic about coronavirus relief legislation. But NPR's Giles Snyder reports. There's no deal yet. The time for lawmakers in Congress left to capital last night without announcing a deal. The meeting was their second of the day Tuesday, leading to speculation that an agreement is within reach. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told reporters he is optimistic about a deal sometime soon. Both House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer reported progress. Congress is under pressure to come to an agreement on coronavirus legislation before breaking for the holidays. It would likely be attached to a huge year in government spending bill. The most contentious issues holding up a deal include liability protections for businesses out by Republicans. In a two state and local governments a democratic priority. Royal Snyder. NPR NEWS
Congressional talks escalate on a new COVID-19 relief bill
"House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is inviting top congressional leaders to resume negotiations today on the next coronavirus relief package. NPR's Giles Snyder reports, Lawmakers have been discussing a pair of bipartisan measures that could help break the monthlong stalemate. The group is proposing a $748 billion coronavirus relief package that could be attached to a huge government spending bill that lawmakers are hammering out. The measure includes money for unemployment aid for small businesses and vaccine distribution. The two main sticking points are in a separate bipartisan bill. The liability protections for businesses of Republicans are seeking. And eight for state and local governments. Democratic priority. NPR's Giles Snyder reporting
Biden announces new cabinet nominees
"Marsha Fudge to lead the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Former Iowa governor Tom Vilsack is being tapped for agriculture Secretary as NPR's Giles Snyder reports by this expected to formally introduce retired General Lloyd Austin today. As his nominee for secretary of Defense. General Austin would be the nation's first black defense secretary. But there are concerns in Congress about maintaining civilian control of the military. Jim Mattis four years ago, Austin will need a congressional waver because he has not been out of the military for the required seven years measure designed to ensure civilian oversight at the Pentagon. Austin could also come under criticism for his post retirement service on corporate boards, including the weapons maker Raytheon Technologies. Resident he, like Biden is already making the case for why Austin should be confirmed by the Senate. Writing in the Atlantic, Biden said Awesome would work to put the civil military balance back on track. Kyle Snyder. NPR news More than 15 Million Covert 19 cases have been confirmed in the
Trump fires election security official who disputed fraud claims
"Top U. S. Cyber security official in charge of protecting the nation's elections. NPR's Giles Snyder has more Chris Crabs, is believed to have found out about his firing the same way Others who have been fired by the president have through his Twitter feed. Trump tweeted that Krebs firing is effective immediately, accusing him of making what Trump claimed was a highly inaccurate statement about the election security since the election crabs has repeatedly pushed back against claims that it was marred by widespread fraud. And he's won high praise for his work. Twitter itself. Flag. Trump's tweets for promoting misinformation. NPR's Giles Snyder
Trump fires Chris Krebs, who oversaw election cybersecurity
"The government's top cybersecurity official in charge of protecting the election from hackers is out of a job. President Trump has abruptly fired him as NPR's Giles Snyder reports. Chris Krebs is believed to have found out about his firing the same way Others who have been fired by the president have through Trump's Twitter feed. Trump tweeted that Krebs firing is effective immediately, And he repeated the sort of unfounded claims about the election that crabs has sought to debunk Twitter itself. Flag. Trump's tweets for promoting misinformation crabs was a trump appointee who headed the Homeland Security Department, Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency. He's one wide praise for his work, and since the election has repeatedly pushed back against claims that it was marred by widespread fraud. Perhaps firing comes as the Trump campaign presses lawsuits challenging the election. With little success TRIAL. Snyder NPR
Supreme Court Once Again Considers Future Of Obamacare
"The U. S. Supreme Court hears arguments today. In a case challenging the Affordable Care act. The Trump Administration and Republican attorneys general in 18 states want the law struck down They argue it became unconstitutional when Congress eliminated the penalty for not having health insurance three years ago. Later today, NPR's Giles Snyder says President elect Joe Biden is expected to defend the The 10 year old law is one of the president. He likes top priorities. He campaigned on promises to build on it, making the case that the was on the ballot. And arguing that President Trump and Republicans were trying to gut the law. Biden has said he wants to expand subsidies make premiums more affordable, is also talked up a public option, creating a program that would be much like Medicare. It opened anyone.
Trump to resume campaigning with in-person event at White House
"Live from NPR news. I'm Giles Snyder. President Trump is preparing to host his first in person events and testing positive for the Corona virus. The event will be held today at the White House, where more than a dozen staffers have contracted the virus as NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. Today's event comes exactly two weeks after a White House rose Garden ceremony that is now being widely referred to as a super spreader. President is expected to address another large crowd, this time from the White House balcony for an event on law and order trumps. Doctors on Thursday said that they quote anticipated the president's safe return to public engagements as soon as Saturday. The president is expected to return to the campaign trail on Monday with a rally in Florida Presidents Democratic rival Joe Biden is wishing those who plan to attend today's White House offend good luck, saying they should wear a mask and social distance. He spoke to reporters following a day of campaigning in Las Vegas. He plans to be in Erie, Pennsylvania,
McConnell says Trump's Supreme Court nominee will receive a Senate vote
"Fly from NPR news. I'm Giles Snyder. Several Republican senators are lining up in support of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is plan to vote on the nominee to replace Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. NPR's Kelsey Snell reports. McConnell has not given a timeline for replacing Ginsberg, who died yesterday from complications of cancer majority leader McConnell hasn't said if he plans to hold a vote on an eventual nominee before the election in November. Much of the timing will depend on how quickly President Trump announces his pick. Supreme Court nominees undergo a lengthy process before an eventual vote on the Senate floor. Typically that involves one on one meetings with senators completing a lengthy questionnaire and extensive background checks all before public hearings and a vote in the Senate Judiciary Committee. McConnell says Republicans were elected on a promise to fill federal court vacancies. Republicans have overseen a broad reshaping of the federal bench in recent years, approving more than 200 of President Trump's judicial nominees. Kelsey Snell. NPR NEWS Washington Top Democrats say Senator McConnell set a historical precedent when he refused to allow a vote in
Ginsburg's death ushers new battle into chaotic 2020 election cycle
"NPR News on Giles Snyder. President Trump has said to campaign this evening in North Carolina with the Supreme Court in the spotlight, Political battle is shaping out following the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at age 87. She died of cancer. Yesterday. Ginsberg was a champion of women's rights, both as a law professor and as a Supreme Court justice here, she is explaining why In this interview from last year. I do think that I was born under a very bright stone because you think my life I get out of law school. I have come grieves. No law firm in the city of New York will hire me and teaching that gave me time to devote to the movement for Evening at the rights of Women and men crowd gathered outside the Supreme Court last night. Two more injustice. Ginsburg from member station W. AM you Jenny Gathright reports America, Murphy says she was one of the first people to come to the Supreme Court to reflect on the news that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg had died. Then the crowd swelled to hundreds. Murphy says she thinks it's important that people showed up as a visual reminder of their support for women's reproductive rights and other ideals. Ginsberg stood for We're not going anywhere, regardless of who is placed In her in her spot and who was elected that we're not gonna move That was the night of many in the crowd say they're bracing themselves for the political battle over Ginsberg, successor on the bench. For NPR News. I'm Jenny Gathright in Washington. Democrats
Trump campaign raises $20 million in virtual fundraiser
"The Trump campaign has completed its first virtual fundraiser prompted by the pandemic as NPR's Giles Snyder reports. The campaign says it raised $20 million for the president's reelection effort last night. President Trump's reelection campaign says it took in that $20 million from 300,000 donors from across the country, putting the average donation at around $67 beating the total of any of Democratic rival Joe Biden's virtual fund raisers. Still, Biden leads the national polls and, according to the Federal Election Commission, his campaign out raise the president's in June for a second consecutive month.
Amazon warehouse workers plan nationwide protest to demand coronavirus protections
"Hundreds of warehouse workers at Amazon are planning nationwide protests this week and P. R.'s Giles Snyder says employees at fifty Amazon facilities are demanding stronger on the job protections from the virus the labor groups involved in this week's call out say it's the biggest job action yet following strikes over safety concerns at Amazon facilities on Staten Island and in Chicago and Detroit media reports say more than three hundred warehouse workers have pledged to stay away from their jobs a separate sick out is planned for Friday among Amazon tech
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"From NPR news in Washington I'm Giles Snyder president trump is firing the inspector general for the intelligence community and Ayers Tamera Keith reports Michael Atkinson played a central role in trump's impeachment in a letter sent to the congressional intelligence committees president trump gave notice that he intends to fire Atkinson saying he's using his power as president to remove the inspector general because he no longer has confidence in him after determining that it was urgent and credible Atkinson notified Congress in September of the whistle blower complaint about trump's call with the president of Ukraine which then set off trump's impeachment congressional Democrats say the firing is an effort by trump to undermine the intelligence community and amounts to retaliation against Atkinson for doing his job numerous people who testified in president trump's impeachment have either been fired forced out or moved into different roles since he was acquitted Tamar Keith NPR news is coronavirus infections spread among the incarcerated the head of the justice department now directing some of the worst it presents to quickly release vulnerable inmates to home detention and piercing he held a tourney General William Barr is prioritizing inmate release at three federal prisons in Louisiana and Ohio were several prisoners have already died of the virus and another in Connecticut where cases are spreading fast last week Barr told the bureau of prisons to work on identifying and releasing certain inmates like those who completed the bulk of their sentences now his emergency directive expands eligibility to all at risk inmates like the elderly and those with underlying conditions nationwide more than one hundred and forty thousand people are locked up in federal facilities this week they were ordered to stay in their cells for at least two weeks as of late Friday at least ninety one inmates and fifty staff were confirmed positive for coronavirus Amy held NPR news the total number of confirm coronavirus infections in the United States now exceeds a quarter of a million in California cases are approaching twelve thousand six hundred and pierced Wiley cycle tell reports that state health officials say at least two hundred eighty five people have died with the rising cases and more deaths reported each day in the state Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti says the next few weeks will be critical adding this is not the time to become complacent this is a moment to continue pressing on the accelerator we put this in perspective we have a thousand new cases they've been identified just in the last forty eight hours a thousand more Angelenos who have come forward positive with covert nineteen he's urging Angelenos to continue to wear facial coverings when going out in public in related code nineteen news prosecutors have filed criminal charges against four stores refusing to close in violation of the city's safer at home order to a holy site count tell NPR news Los Angeles this is NPR news and this is WNYC in New York I'm David first made laws here was calling for a national and listening program for doctors and nurses to handle an expected surge in corona virus cases in New York City we're dealing with an enemy that is killing thousands of our fellow Americans a lot of people are dying who don't need to die who should not die if the right medical help and equipment were there for them diplomacy also says private companies in possession of any kind of personal protective equipment or key supplies like ventilators must turn them over to the city and that he's authorizing the NYPD to make sure those items are brought to city hospitals both the mayor and the governor Cuomo say New York will run out of ventilators next week at least sixteen thousand small businesses in New Jersey rush to apply for five million dollars in grant funding yesterday quickly exhausting the available pot of money the program is the first of several the state is rolling out to aid businesses hurt by the mandated closures prompted by the covert nineteen outbreak and help them weather the crisis Tim Sullivan is the CEO of the state's economic development authority and says only about one to two thousand of the businesses will get the money on a first come first serve basis we'll hopefully make awards as early as next week and have like trying transfers of money to their grant recipients by the end of next week the first pool of money is only for businesses that employ a ten workers were last companies will receive up to five thousand dollars each forty seven degrees right now in central park we're going to jump up another ten degrees today to a high fifty seven with mostly cloudy skies it will stay mostly cloudy overnight tonight with a low of forty six this is WNYC support for NPR comes from the Alfred P. Sloan.
Coronavirus has claimed six U.S. lives; patients being treated in at least 15 states
"More than a dozen states are now reporting patients with the new coronavirus later this morning a Senate committee will be hearing from members of the White House task force on the corona virus NPR's Giles Snyder has more there have been concerns about the administration's coronavirus response with some lawmakers expressing frustration about the pace of testing but at a Monday evening briefing Stephen Honda head of the food and drug administration said policy changes are helping the estimates were getting from industry right now by the end of this week close to million tests will be able to be performed there are questions however about whether public health labs will be able to keep up on is among those scheduled to take questions from Senate lawmakers sos Dr Anthony found she's the head of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases last week found he denied being muzzled saying events were taken out of context after vice president pence was tapped to lead the
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"From NPR news in Washington on Giles Snyder in Iran today well the fact the streets in the city of Ahvaz marking the beginning of the official mourning period in the wrong with a prominent military commander custom Salah Mahdi who was killed in the US drone strike ordered by president trump last week Iran is condemning president trump calling him a terrorist in a suit after the president posted a series of tweets this weekend threatening to target fifty two Ronnie and sites including those of cultural significance if to Ron retaliates he said the fifty two targets represent the fifty two Americans were held hostage in Iran following the seizure of the US embassy in nineteen seventy nine the west is bracing for retaliation and peers Peter Kenyon has more from Istanbul analysts say the retaliation might not come from around itself and may not be aimed at a U. S. target they note that custom so the money spent years building up Shiite militias around the region at Levi is director of the Iran project at the international crisis group says Yemen's who the rebels for instance could choose this moment to strike as they've been getting pounded by US ally Saudi Arabia and the rebels in Yemen and their own motivations to retaliate against the Saudis and at this moment in time they might just feel that they have an automatic green light from Tehran Iran backed Hezbollah militia in Lebanon could be another source of retaliation and there are multiple U. S. bases and other assets within reach of Aronian missiles Kenyon NPR news system believe Iraqi parliament is meeting today convening an emergency session they are in lawmakers the rocky lawmakers expected to vote on a resolution calling for the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq back in the US anti war protests held around the country this weekend Julie Chang from member station KQED reports from San Francisco hundreds took to the streets in downtown San Francisco calling on the US government to pull its forces out of the Middle East and lifted sanctions on Iran the rally was organized by national anti war groups including answer coalition and code pink Donna five art of the national Iranian American council addressed the crowd condemning the air strike attack as being quote entirely preventable you organizers have accused the president of escalating tensions between the two countries and risking a potential war the trump administration says it's a la Monte was plotting attacks on American diplomats for NPR news I'm Julie Chang authorities in Mississippi say one of the two prisoners to escape from the state penitentiary at Parchman is back in custody the Mississippi department of corrections posted a tweet overnight saying forty two year old David may it's been recaptured and you're listening to NPR news health officials in Libya say the death toll from an air strike that hit a military academy in the capital has climbed to at least thirty and officials say most of them were students more than thirty others were wounded there has been an increase in air strikes and shelling around Tripoli in recent weeks as you and support a government their faces an offensive by eastern forces led by general Khalifa Haftar in Cambodia but at least a thirty six people have been killed and dozens injured when a building under construction collapsed tracking were trapping workers underneath Michael Sullivan reports from neighboring Thailand the seven story building collapsed in the coastal province of cap on Friday rescue crews have been searching the rubble for survivors ever since that task ended on Sunday at least thirteen women and six children are among the dead women are often employed at construction sites in Cambodia and frequently bring their families at a news conference prime minister hun Sen said to Cambodians who owned the building have been detained the prime minister also visited the hospital where the injured are being treated Cambodia is in the midst of a construction boom fueled in part by Chinese investors and tourists a Chinese owned building under construction in Sihanoukville collapsed in June killing twenty eight for NPR news I'm Michael Sullivan in Chiang rai Thailand Japan's justice minister is calling the flight of former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn inexcusable and has ordered an investigation the statement the first public comment by a Japanese government official after going fled to Lebanon last week I'm trial Snyder NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the rain foundation in support of N. P. R.'s continued mission to create a more informed public one challenged and invigorated.
Judiciary Committee to hold first impeachment hearing
"The house Judiciary Committee will open its first hearing in the impeachment inquiry today with law professors they'll discuss what makes up an impeachable offense now that the house intelligence committee has released its investigation the Judiciary Committee will decide whether to draft articles of impeachment against president trump the top Republican on the house intelligence committee is facing renewed scrutiny because of the committee's report NPR's Giles Snyder tells us Democrats obscene phone records of California congressman Devin newness and his links with the president's personal lawyer the call records from eighteen anti and Verizon are raising questions about whether California congressman Devin newness should have recused himself from the intelligence committee's investigation the records show he was in contact with Rudy Giuliani and let partners guiliani's Ukrainian associate during their efforts in Ukraine Democrats fall down is for not disclosing his contacts but house Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy says the calls don't raise
Former U.S. President Carter hospitalized in Georgia with urinary tract infection
"Former president Jimmy Carter is back in a hospital near his home town in Georgia and beer as Giles Snyder reports that Carter was admitted over the weekend after his release from another hospital the day before thanksgiving the statement from the Carter center says the former president is being treated for urinary tract infection at the Phoebe Sumpter Medical Center that he feels better now and that the next statement will be issued when his release for further rest and recovery at home just last Wednesday Carter was released from Emory University hospital in Atlanta he had a procedure they are to relieve pressure on his brain caused by recent falls he fell twice in October the first time requiring stitches the second time suffering a minor pelvic fracture yeah def hip replacement surgery after a fall last spring Carter's ninety five years old the longest living former
House passes short-term spending bill to avert Friday shutdown
"The house has passed a short term government funding bill and advance to to the Senate and beer as Giles Snyder reports the federal government runs out of money at midnight Thursday the Senate is aiming to approve the spending measure before the Thursday midnight deadline and send it to president trump it's a second stop gap funding measure since September it would keep federal agencies from running out of money while Congress works to come to an agreement on a series of must pass appropriations bills NPR's Giles Snyder
Trump travels to Louisiana to rally supporters
"President trump will travel to Louisiana for a campaign rally tonight and P. R.'s Giles Snyder reports voters there are preparing for the year's final contest for governor the president is to travel to northeast Louisiana to the city of Monroe or he will seek to strengthen support for any responding the Republican challenger locked in a tight race with democratic incumbent governor John bel Edwards to emerge as the top vote getters in the first round last month but neither received enough support to avoid a runoff early voting ends this weekend ahead of the second round of amber
Trump, New York prosecutors to square off in appeals court over tax returns
"The fight over president trump's tax returns is moving into a federal appeals court today in Manhattan NPR's Giles Snyder has more this case is one front in the wrangling over the president's tax returns this one involves a criminal investigation launched by Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior last month fan subpoenaed eight years worth of trump's personal and business records as part of an investigation to hush money payments made to adult film star stormy Daniels and former playboy model Karen McDougal the president's lawyers want the federal appeals court in Manhattan to reject a lower court's decision a truck must turn over his returns to prosecutors they're expected to argue that the constitution shields of sitting presidents from criminal investigations trial Snyder NPR news
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"From NPR news in Washington. I'm Giles Snyder tension today long Venezuela's border with Colombia position supporters want the Venezuelan military to defy the wishes of President Nicolas Maduro and allow them to bring in emergency supplies that had been stockpiled in Colombia at least three members of the national guard every pointedly deserted their posts and sought help from Columbia. But the guard also responded by firing tear gas at a group throwing rocks and bottles anthem reporter, John Otis is on the Colombian side of the border opposition is trying to use thousands of volunteers to move eight across the border. They wanna do it here by truck or people actually carrying the eight on foot about Maduro president Maduro of Venezuela's closed all three of the border bridges here. And there have been some clashes between protesters were burning tires and throwing rocks and Venezuelan troops fired tear gas to keep people away from the bridges. Madero has refused to accept the food and medical supplies saying as part of a US plot to force him to step down. President Trump plans to nominate Kelly night craft have become US ambassador to the United Nations craft is currently serving as US ambassador to Canada. That's NPR's. Scott Horsely reports the UN envoys post has been vacant since the end of last year when ambassador Nikki Haley step down, the president initially tap State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert to replace Haley. But the former Fox News host withdrew from consideration last week. Now it reportedly hit employed a foreign born nanny without a proper work permit and failed to make timely tax payments craft has already been vetted for assignment as ambassador to Canada. The Kentucky native who's married to a coal company. CEO has stirred controversy. However when she voiced doubts about the scientific consensus surrounding climate change. Scott Horsely NPR news, Washington. The Catholic diocese of Evansville, Indiana has released the names of twelve priests accused. Of sexual abuse or misconduct involving children Zia cyber from member station. W N I N reports. The Evansville dialysis is the last in the state to make its list public eleven priests on the list where used of sexual abuse of a minor. The other pleaded guilty to child pornography. The dicey says, none are still in active ministry. One priest off my Schrader had eighteen credible allegations against him. According to the diocese trader who died before any allegations became public served in several parishes and was a minister to the boy scouts for a couple of decades. The dicey says a review board made recommendations for the list based on the findings of a third party private investigator who come through records dating back to the founding of the diocese in one thousand nine hundred forty four Evansville Bishop Joseph Segel announced in September, the diocese would publish the list. The dicey says it's still investigating allegations against two other priests for NPR news, cyber in Evansville, Indiana. The Evansville dialysis made its list public as Catholic church leaders from around the world or at the Vatican. This weekend for a summit on clergy of. Abuse a conference ends tomorrow. This is NPR news. US and Chinese negotiators have extended their trade talks into this weekend. The latest round of negotiations now expected to ramp up tomorrow as the two sides work to resolve the trade dispute by March first deadline has already slap steep tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars in Chinese imports. And they are set to more than double Canada's national energy regulators given conditional approval for the expansion of a controversial pipeline from Alberta to the west coast. Dan carpet, Chuck reports it's the same pipeline that Ottawa bought from Texas based kinder- Morgan last year, the national energy board did acknowledge that the expansion of the trans mountain pipeline would lead to an increase in tanker traffic caused significant adverse environmental effects on killer whales hurt related indigenous culture, and increased greenhouse gas emissions. But the any be said those issues could be justified in light of the benefits of the project and measures to mitigate the effects those benefits include jobs spending on pipeline materials revenue to various levels of government and new markets for Canadian. Oil Alberta has been pushing hard for the expansion which would triple the capacity of the existing pipeline to nearly nine hundred thousand barrels of oil a day. Native and environmental groups say the decision is flawed. Adding they will continue to fight the project for NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter in Toronto group of bike resolved employees demanding the company cancel a contract to develop augmented reality headsets for the US military. They've sent a letter to top company officials saying the contract crosses the line into weapons development letter is the latest example of workers in the tech industry protesting their company's business decisions..
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"From NPR news in Washington I'm Giles Snyder members of the armed forces preparing to move the late Senator John McCain spotty from the US capital. Where he has been lying in state, MPR Scott detro- reports of motorcade is to take McCain's casket to the Washington National. Cathedral for a memorial service McCain is being sent off with, the pomp and, circumstance? Usually reserved for a commander in chief McCain's casket will be driven through Washington. Past the Vietnam memorial to the National Cathedral he's just the thirty first? American to be, granted the honor the I was. Henry, clay like McCain he. Was someone who tried, and failed multiple times to reach the White House but who left his Mark in congress as one, of the most iconic. And important lawmakers of. His era Scott detro- NPR news the, capitol former presidents Brock Obama, and George W Bush to be among the speakers when the service. Gets underway in a few hours Yesterday Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell called McCain a generational leader in the Senate he treated every issue with the intensity the people's business deserve He would fight tooth and nail. For his vision of the common good, depending on the issue You knew John would either be your staunchest ally Or your most stubborn opponent McConnell was among the congressional leaders who paid. Tribute to McCain at the capitol yesterday to California now where, lawmakers are sending, new net neutrality rules to governor Jerry Brown's desk California state Senate approved a Bill Friday to put the new regulations in place to prevent. Internet service, providers from favoring certain, websites over others NPR's shame stupak reports at backers say they hope the governor will enact what they. Call, the strongest net neutrality protections in the country Democrats. Scott Weiner who co wrote the Bill said. Net neutrality, is important for activists and small businesses this Isabelle a level playing field internet where we as individuals, against the side where we, go on the internet the measure stops internet providers like Comcast in AT and t. from blocking. Slowing down or speeding up access to certain, websites but the industry called, the Bill heavy-handed saying the internet needs one Nash Policy. Instead of, state by state approaches, California Democrats portrayed the legislation as a rebuke of President Trump earlier this year the FCC repealed net. Neutrality, rules imposed under the Obama administration California's governor hasn't. Said if he'll sign the Bill James Dubec. NPR news, the Trump administration is cutting nearly three hundred million dollars in funding for the United Nations agency that, helps Palestinian refugees the move, ins decades of support in a statement the State Department called the agency irredeemably flawed but there. Are fearsome move could further destabilize the region, you're listening to NPR news Fans from across the nation joined celebrities in music and other arenas and honoring Aretha Franklin in. Detroit Friday NPR's Debbie Elliott reports a funeral for, the Queen of soul lasted for the better. Part of the day there have been musical tributes.
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"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from trans union with trans union credit monitoring all it takes his a couple of clicks to lock your trans union and equifax credit reports get credit lock your credit score and so much more at trans union dot com slash npr from npr news washington on giles snyder the us ambassador to the united nations nikki haley is welcoming north korea's announcement that it has suspended nuclear and long range missile tests and she's giving the un security council some of the credit the case of north korea you can see the security council really came together and was able to enforce sanctions on north korea isolate them until they had good behavior of now we're sitting there wanting to come to the table spoke to reporters today in sweden at an informal working meeting of security council ambassadors weren't syria also expected to be on the agenda meanwhile the team of inspectors on the chemical weapons watchdog the opcw expected to visit the syrian site of an alleged chemical weapons attack that prompted missile strikes by the us uk and france russia's four ministries says the team leifer duma today the trip has been delayed for several days there's potential debt crisis looming over two dozen of the world's poorest countries several already defaulted on their loans vast at high risk and pearson eisenman reports at officials of the international monetary fund we'll be discussing the problem today as part of the organization's annual spring meetings in washington there are fifty nine low income developing countries in the world and forty percent of them are now either in debt distress or at high risk of tipping into it that's nearly twice as many as just five years ago most of these countries are in sub saharan africa and a large share of the money they've borrowed comes not from us and european governments and banks but from a relatively new player china experts say this means china's government will need to take a lead role in heading off catastrophe by working with other creditors to.
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"Support for up first and the following message come from the showtime documentary series the circus political insiders john heilmann alex wagner and mark mckinnon take you beyond the headlines of the wildest political show on earth watch the circus sundays only on showtime live from npr news washington on giles snyder china's among those welcoming north korea's stated intention to halt nuclear and missile testing npr's anthony kuhn reports from beijing the announcement comes just days before a summit of north and south korean leaders foreign ministry spokesman liu cong says pyongyang decision will help in the quest for a political solution to the north korean nuclear issue he also welcomes pyongyang stated intention to shift its focus to economic development north korea's apparent change of courses led to a thon ties with china after seven years of tensions over the nuclear issue japan is more cautious prime ministers prime minister shinzo abe's dress vigilance in remarks he made in tokyo today on twitter president trump said the announcement shows progress is being made another potential victory for syrian president bush rl assad there's been no comment from rebels but syrian state tv is reporting today on the withdrawal of rebel fighters from the three towns northeast of damascus state tv says several buses are carrying the rebels end their families to opposition held territory northern syria president trump again raising questions about the investigation into russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election npr's windsor johnston reports as comments latest series of tweets about former fbi director james komi on twitter last night president trump accused komi up leaking classified documents to the media in order to generate a special council investigation he also questioned whether the special counsel was based on an illegal act tweeting quote does everybody know what that means the president's latest tweet raises new speculation about him possibly firing special counsel robert muller trump has repeatedly slammed the probe as a witch hunt on thursday he tweeted newly released memos written by komi clearly show there was no collusion with russia in two thousand sixteen.
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"Live from npr news in washington on giles snyder authorities are on the scene this morning of a train crash near columbia south carolina amtrak says a train carrying about one hundred thirty nine passengers and eight crew members collided with a freight train operated by csx lexington county sheriff j kuhn has just finished speaking with reporters saying at least two people are dead and at least seventy people are injured two seventy injuries range obviously in variety we have anything from small's scratches in bombs two more severe broken bones saturday kinda run the gamut in between that the amtrak train was travelling between new york miami when it hit the other train and derailed overnight house democrats are going on the offensive amid the controversial memo that argues the justice department men and the fbi abuse their surveillance authority new york congressman jerrold nadler has released a six page democratic rebuttal saying the republican bemba was deliberately misleading he has ranking member on the house judiciary committee for people remain hospitalized in central italy after this weekend's driveby shooting targeting african migrants witnesses say the gunman was draped in the italian flag and that he raised his arm in the fascist salute when police arrested him as christopher lifts say reports italy for italians that's what twentyeightyearold luc at that i any was shouting in the center of much it out that when police arrested him for firing a handgun on six victims each one of african origin one remains in serious condition the rampage came just days after the dismembered remains of an 18yearold local woman were found inside two suitcases and i jerian man has been in arrested in that case is african background seems to have triggered the weekend shooting spree the suspect told police he was listening to his car radio when he heard the story of the.
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"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from go to meeting businesses count on go to meeting for simple reliable online meetings with nearly sixty million friction lists meeting supported each year go to meeting is where real work gets done at goto meeting dot com live from npr news in washington on giles snyder in iran progovernment demonstrations are being staged today after two days of antigovernment protests that spread to a number of major cities in pierce peter kenyon reports that officials are warning antigovernment protesters to stay home videos posted a twitter showed armed police confronting protesters in several arroni in cities friday the demonstrations began in mashhad over rising prices and stagnant wages but quickly spread to other cities including tehran and took on a more general antigovernment tone on saturday progovernment demonstrations were added to the mix with statesanctioned marches marking the putting down of massive street protests in two thousand nine following the controversial reelection of then president mahmoud almodena john the white house and state department warned tehran to respect the right of peaceful expression peter kenyon npr news istanbul president trump tweeting his support of the protests in iran posting a message overnight urging the iranian government to respect the rights of the people including their right to express themselves he warned iran that the world is watching a criminal court in cairo has sentenced the ousted egypt's and president mohammad morsi to three years in prison for insulting the judiciary moores he was overthrown in 2013 by military coup.
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"I from npr news in washington on giles snyder the nuclear threat from north korea's on president trump's mind this week as he meets with us allies in japan and south korea npr scott horsely reports trump is warning north korea's leader kim jong woon not to test the united states result president trump held a private dinner sunday with japanese prime minister shinzo ave in advance of more formal talks on monday aides say trump will urge japan to beef up its military defences to help counter kim jong owns nuclear threats earlier trump spoke to american and japanese troops met yokota airbase in tokyo you are the greatest hope for people who desire to live in freedom in harmony and you are the greatest threat two tyrants and dictators who seek to pray on the in trump and obey also enjoyed a friendly round of golf on sunday aides say the two leaders did not keep score scott horsely npr news tokyo the us military says a service member has been killed in fighting in eastern afghanistan and separately local officials say an air strike by us forces has caused civilian casualties pti ahead deed is in islamabad to us military said the fallen servicemen but died of wounds sustained during operations on saturday in the logar province near the capital kabul and another s strike in northern afghanistan has killed several people local officials gave different estimates the casualties there has been intense fighting in that area so it's hard to obtain exact information the us military says it is investigating the reports of civilian casualties from an operation in the northern city of kunduz.
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"Live from npr news in washington on giles snyder security is tight in australia today after police disrupted a suspected terror attack authorities say they have four men in custody they believe the men were planning to to bring down an airplane prime minister malcolm turnbull upon the receipt of advice from all security and intelligence agencies the government moved swiftly in order to protect the public while operations were underway and additional security measures will put in place at sydney airport on thursday these and further measures have been extended to all major airports at domestic and international terminals around the country the combined or not the commissioner of australia's federal polices raids carried out in the sydney suburbs uncovered material that could be used to make an improvised explosive device the us assent to supersonic bombers over the korean peninsula in a show of force following north korea's latest longrange missile test us air forces in a statement that the bombers were escort it by japanese and south korean fighter jets there have been more clashes between antigovernment protesters and the security forces in venezuela in pierce philip brief says he happened last night the eve of today's controversial election in which president nicolas maduro is seeking to consolidate power machado is calling for a massive turnout for the elections and there are many reports that government employees being threatened with reprisals if they don't vote this election will create an assembly empowered to rewrite venezuela's constitution and annihilate the remnants of democracy including the elected parliament where the opposition has a majority the rules for the elections ensure the new assembly will be government controlled.
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"Live from npr news in washington on giles snyder president trump is celebrating the procedural vote in the senate to begin debate on a health care bill in pierce samra keith reports he talked enough at a campaign rally in youngstown ohio the rally wasn't specifically redesigned to sell the healthcare bill to the public and president trump didn't get into any specifics about the legislation instead it was a classic trump campaign rally with the difference being that he's already president of the united states among other things he mocked those who say he doesn't act presidential enough saying that's easy with the exception of the late great abraham lincoln i can be more presidential than any president has ever held this office that i can trump said rallies like this allow him to speak directly to the american people and go round the filter of the press temer keith npr news the white house senate moved forward on the republican healthcare legislation by the slimmest of margins vice president pence had to cast tiebreaking vote arizona senator john mccain also castro crucial vote returning to the senate for the first time since his cancer diagnosis the house voted tuesday to tie the president to to tie president trump's hands on russia voting overwhelmingly for a sanctions bill that would also forced the president to seek congress's permission before easing any sanctions texas republican congressman michael mccall back in october wires to your the higher the presidential campaign as brief our intelligence community they told me that russia engaged in of blatant effort to meddle in our domestic affairs and specifically our democratic process i was an outspoken supporter of the need for a strong response then and i remain so now house bazzars clears away for the senate to act and taxes the state legislature has taken a step toward restricting transgender bathroom access and public schools republican led state senate gave its preliminary approval to the.
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"Live from npr news in washington on giles snyder president trump is using twitter today to respond to a published report about attorney general jeff sessions he calls report from the washington post a new intelligence leak and says the leaks must stop the post cites anonymous a us officials for a story on sessions contact with russian ambassador sergei kislyak during a presidential campaign white house has also responding to a report by the washington post and the new york times at lawyers for president trump are trying to undercut special counsel robert muller's russia investigation the post report cites sources with knowledge of the situation is npr's jeff bennett reports the white house is reportedly scrutinising members of muller's team for potential conflicts of interest that could be used to discredit them about which new white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders says the president has an absolutely nothing take do with any of the allegations that are being made i think he's maintained that but earlier this week president trump told the new york times that some members of muller's team did have conflicts and that the proof would be released at some point jeff bennett npr news washington former cia director michael hayden says the obama administration could have done more to deter russian hacking last year than carried johnson reports that the intelligence community is still debating the response to russia socalled active measures campaign at the asked insecurity forum michael hayden said he sympathetic to the challenges of on the face from russia last year that he said with this one the former president probably should have emptied up a little bit the former cia director also offered criticism to republican congressional leaders who refused to sign onto his statement condemning russia last year hayden set the russian effort was the most successful covert influence operation in his henry carry johnson npr news boland senate has approved a measure that will give the country's ruling party control over the country's supreme court mpr seraya sarhadi nelson reports of the polish president is expected to sign the bill into law despite domestic and international opposition russian mass protests in poland in recent days failed to change the minds of the ruling lawn justice party it's leaders say the measure which among other things also the current supreme court judges is aimed at reforming the judicial system and to ensure any vestiges of communism her perched but in washington.
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"Support for this podcast comes from the logging need is brewing company helping keep the hub in public radio online enough learn more at laga need us dot com live from npr news in washington on giles snyder on capitol hill demonstrators rallying monday against the republican health insurance overhaul got their wish the bill has seemingly been dealt a fatal blow with two more republican senators announcing their opposition bringing the total to four but while democrats are optimistic michigan senator debbie stabbing alice cautious had felony stop start waving the house of course i pull their vote came back in voted in path dumping which had dart popkin at that deal different me senate majority leader mitch mcconnell now says he will push for the senate to simply repeal the affordable care act also known as obamacare with a two year delay the state department has issued new instructions to embassies about who is eligible for visas and the six muslim majority countries covered by the trump administration's travel ban impairs mayor kennedy reports at the instructions widened the definition of a close familiarization chip the supreme court ruled last month toilet parts of the ban take affect the travellers from the six countries can't be exempted if their close family to someone in the us to administration has had close family includes apparent spouse fiance childers sibling but last week a federal court in hawaii said that definition was too narrow and should include grandparents aunts and uncles nephews nieces and cousins.
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"This our three countries facing an uncertain future beginning with afghanistan president george w bush had promised not to get caught in an unwinnable war last fifteen years later it that is exactly what happened i'm rachel martin and i'm david greene also ask if the conflict in syria has reached a turning point after us forces shot down a series fighter jet and iran on launched missiles at isis and the future of cuba were some fear a new sense of economic independence will disappear because of president trump's policies that his monday g ninety paula abdul is fifty five straight up now tell me what's going on newscast live from npr news in washington on giles snyder police in london say in appearance attack outside a mosque has all the hallmarks of terrorism but they say it's too early to speculate on the suspects motivation witnesses however are suggesting the driver steered the van into worship shippers outside a mosque on purpose sobbed dual rachmat wazir and was one of those who helped subdue the driver he spoke to the bbc greek out of me outside the mall iron breeder are unfair tom curran and guy came from rwanda he was saying i want to i want we can remove him i hit him on on his stomach he fell down on the flow under on the ground with paul him until the police came a people were seriously hurt and police are investigating whether one man's death was a result of the attack they say the man was already receiving firstaid when the attack on folded day after french president emmanuel macron's party one of a geordie in the french parliament macron's off office says he has spoken with the president of mali were gumbiner attacked a luxury resort just outside bamako at least two people were killed government officials say some thirty people.
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"Who's in washington on giles snyder the bodies of a number of sailors missing after a us navy destroyer collided with container vessel off the coast of japan have been found the collision happened about sixty miles southwest of the japanese port city of yokosuka the bbc's ruperto wingfield hayes is in tokyo the us navy is not saying how many bodies have now been recovered from the u s s fitzgerald but they have now called off the sea search for the seven missing sailors the bodies were found when navy divers managed to enter compartments that had been frothy during the collision with the philippineregistered cargo ship the commander of us naval forces in jail pan says the damage the uss fitzgerald is significant with a large gash below the waterline he says the ship had been in danger of sinking but was saved by the prompt action of its crew move ning now to afghanistan where at least five policemen have been killed more than a dozen have been entered in a taliban attack on a police headquarters jennifer glass has more from kabul the taliban has claimed responsibility for the early morning assault on police headquarters in garden city the capital of potty a province a powerful carbomb went off soon after dawn epa gave the complex then several suicide bombers stormed in launching a firefight with the policeman inside this kind of complex attack the hallmark of the taliban which continues to battle afghan security forces across the country the taleban controls or contests more than thirty percent in afghanistan the pentagon is expected to announce soon that it plans to send about four thousand american troops to afghanistan to support the afghan army and police in our fight against the taliban islamic state and about a dozen other extremist groups operating in the country for npr news i'm jennifer glass in kabul the iraqi military says it's begun pushing into the islamic state held old city of mozell after a monthslong campaign to retake mozell district the old city district is the last cylinder ias control embassy new goosen its new star host megan kelly coming under increasing criticism for tonight interview with conspiracy theorist an internet radio host alex jones in paris david folk affleck jones's rightwing libertarian propelling wild and often cruel conspiracy theories.
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"In washington on giles snyder in france today a much anticipated meeting french president emmanuel macron receives russian president vladimir putin anne pierce elnour beardsley reports the new french leader is promising to be tough with putin os hosting putin for launch at the palace of versailles extensively to open an exhibit on the free hundredth anniversary of czar peter the great visit to france putin openly supported mac os opponent marine le pen and russia is suspected of being behind massive tax to micron's campaign in the closing days of the presidential race but russia is increasingly isolated on the world stage and putin is looking to revive relations with france while mackall will give putin a regal welcome the french president plans to take a hard line bringing up russia's involvement in eastern ukraine syria and human rights abuses in chechnya in an interview sunday makov said france would make no concessions to leaders like putin trump and turkey's aired awan who he said clearly love powerplays eleanor beardsley impair news paris president macron meets with president putin german chancellor angela merkel is warning that europe can no longer completely rely on traditional allies merkel describes the weekend g seven summit is very difficult at unsatisfactory here she is speaking through a bbc interpreter via oh we repeat lines miss really take fate into our own hands of course in friendship with the united states of america in friendship with great britain and as good neighbors wherever that's possible also with other countries even with russia but we have to know that we must fight for our own future on our own fraud destinees europeans and that's what i want to do together with you miracles comments follow the g seven summit which president trump declined to endorse appears climate treaty white house says president trump.