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Chargers rally to beat turnover-prone Chiefs 30-24 in KC

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00:30 sec | 18 hrs ago

Chargers rally to beat turnover-prone Chiefs 30-24 in KC

"Two plays after given new life because of a pass interference penalty against Kansas city Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert threw the game winning touchdown pass in there thirty to twenty four win Herbert also made the best of four takeaways by the Chargers defense Herbert threw four TD passes without any interceptions chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes had three touchdown passes but was intercepted twice Greg Ackland Kansas city

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Dalbec's 3 Hits, 3 RBIs Lead Red Sox Over Royals 7-1

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00:27 sec | 3 months ago

Dalbec's 3 Hits, 3 RBIs Lead Red Sox Over Royals 7-1

"JD Martinez hit a two run Homer in the fifth wheel camper four run inning of the Boston Red Sox seven one win over the Kansas City Royals the Homer by Martinez was his one hundredth in a red Sox uniform it also extended his hitting streak to a season high nine games it was enough to give Martine Perez to win his first since he won his fourth in a row on June third Greg Ackland Kansas city

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"greg ackland" Discussed on KQED Radio

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03:35 min | 1 year ago

"greg ackland" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Into our despite a mandate issued by the city most of the people in attendance were not wearing masks after the rally Phoenix police declared an unlawful assembly of protesters near the venue and used flash bangs and pepper spray to disperse them for NPR news I'm Jimmy Jenkins in Phoenix more states have reported new surges of coronavirus infections they include Arizona California Mississippi Nevada and Texas the Associated Press reports they set single day records for new cases on Tuesday Texas recorded more than five thousand new cases in a single day for the first time NASCAR's says the FBI has closed its investigation into a potential hate crime against the only black driver on the Cup circuit Bubba Wallace Greg Echlin reports a news had been found in the garage that Wallace used down in Alabama speedway from video and photo evidence the FBI and NASCAR concluded that bubble Wallace was not the target of a hate crime NASCAR president Steve Phelps says the video and photos help to determine the timeline of the events the news that was in that garage had been in the garage usually the last race we had there in October that news was present Fels says NASCAR will continue its own investigation on wire rope was tied in the news in the first place last fall and left behind for NPR news I'm Greg Ackland meanwhile Bubba Wallace tells CNN in an interview that no matter when it was tied the object was a news this is NPR the trump administration is creating two top level political positions at the U. S. census bureau that includes a political appointee who will focus on policy some democratic activists are concerned the move is an effort to interfere with the twenty twenty senses North Korea says it has suspended planned military action against South Korea and piers Anthony kun reports from Seoul that the north has steadily ratcheted up tensions over the past week the Korean central news agency reports that leader Kim Jong un made the decision at a meeting of the central military commission his sister Kim yo Jong had threatened unspecified military action against the south on June thirteenth KCNA did not explain why military action was suspended experts believe it could be to avoid counter retaliation by South Korea or the U. S. or give soul time to offer concessions North Korea says it's punishing South Korea for allowing defectors to send propaganda leaflets into the north come young is recently blown up in inter Korean liaison office beefed up forces along the demilitarized zone and threatened to drop millions of leaflets on the south Anthony kun NPR news Seoul owners of Major League Baseball teams and the players have reached an agreement to start this year's baseball season it will begin on July twenty third or twenty fourth and last for just sixty games usually a season lasts for one hundred sixty two games games will be scheduled between teams in the same division organizers will keep team travel to a minimum and most teams will start late spring training in the round ball parks I'm korva Coleman NPR news support for NPR comes from focus features with irresistible written and directed by Jon Stewart a comedy starring Steve Carell and rose Byrne Washington DC operatives faceoff in America's heartland in theaters and on demand.

"greg ackland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"greg ackland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm winter Johnston congressional Democrats are planning to investigate the abrupt ouster of the US attorney for the Southern District of New York as part of an alleged pattern of political interference at the justice department and P. R.'s Amy help reports the house Judiciary Committee on Wednesday will hear testimony from two whistleblowers after first resisting Geoffrey Berman agreed to step aside and have his deputy takeover the U. S. attorney's office in the Southern District of New York has been investigating associates of president trump including personal attorney Rudy Giuliani Attorney General William Barr said president trump was firing Berman although trump tonight that Democrats say it's part of a pattern of politicizing the justice department and P. R.'s Amy held reporting users on the social media app that tick tock say a viral prank helped drive down a tendency at president trump's campaign rally in Tulsa Oklahoma on Saturday as NPR's Bobby Allen reports the trump campaign claimed more than one million people had reserve tickets the Tulsa city officials say only about six thousand showed up droves of tick tock users and Korean pop fans on Twitter signed up for trump's rally as a protest their goal was to flood organizer's with reservations of people who had no plans of ever going Mary Jo lab directs high school musicals in Iowa and her tech talk video directing people to register for the trump rally as a prank went viral do I know how much of a part of like not really it's I think it's like some part I know that those who got involved to do that's the biggest thing to me because you got teenagers and twenty somethings who now feel that they can make a difference that they can affect the outcome of the political world in their lives the trump campaign played down the tick tock antics saying fears over the pandemic and protesters led to the lower than expected turnout Bobby Allyn NPR news San Francisco the archbishop of San Francisco is criticizing can protesters for toppling a statue of an eighteenth century priest in golden state park over the weekend Joe fitzgerald Rodriguez of member station KQED reports with rope and their own strength native American protesters pull down statues of sainthood patter Serra in Los Angeles and San Francisco this weekend Sir I hope the Spanish call as California by building system of missions in the eighteenth century but Serra in sleeves native Americans to build those missions members of the bay area alone he tried have long called for statues to come down after activist finally toppled them they spray painted native lives matter and stolen land stolen people on the statue's base San Francisco archbishop Salvatore could really only criticized what he called an act of looting and vandalism and caution the healing moment for black lives had been hijacked for NPR news I'm Joe fitzgerald Rodriguez in San Francisco you're listening to NPR news in Washington more than a dozen states are reporting spikes in the number of new coronavirus cases as they continue to re open and that the pandemic health officials in Arizona say the state has more than fifty thousand confirmed cases of cold at nineteen Florida is nearing the one hundred thousand mark the state reported more than thirty four hundred new infections on Sunday NASCAR says it's investigating after a noose was found in the stall of NASCAR's sole African American driver in the Cup series Greg Echlin reports the incident took place at its race track in Talladega Alabama this weekend NASCAR issued a statement that the noose was found late in the afternoon the governing body of soccer racing added that it's investigating and will eliminate the person or persons involved from the sport Wallace drives for racing icon Richard Petty the five hundred mile race in Talladega Alabama is the second Cup race since the Confederate flag has been banned after Wallace called for earlier in the day a plane flew above the speedway with the Confederate flag and a banner that stated the fund NASCAR for NPR news I'm Greg Ackland the nation's capital is entering the next phase of its re opening plan amid the corona virus.

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KCRW

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"greg ackland" Discussed on KCRW

"We don't have any relationship with the officer like they're just there to intimidate us and there's been more times where the police officers has caused accidents harm then helped us student organizers are asking the superintendent and the mayor to meet with them at a virtual town meeting to discuss the full removal of police from city schools for NPR news I'm Ben James in Springfield Massachusetts China's reimposing some lockdown measures over fears of a second wave of coronavirus cases more than a hundred twenty new infections are confirmed in Beijing and NPR's Emily Feng reports all of them are linked to a wholesale produce market authorities have tested nearly six thousand people at the market and lock down eleven surrounding residential communities of the more than one hundred twenty cases confirmed since Friday nearly half exhibited no symptoms the scene for the market calls itself the largest produce market in Asia and supplies Beijing and its environs with much of its fresh vegetables and fruits authorities said Saturday Beijing is now to quote wartime emergency Chinese health authorities say at least two samples from the market were found with coronavirus strains more similar to a strain prevalent in Europe the suggested the new outbreak began from imported food handled at the market I'm only saying and hearing news Beijing this is NPR Johns Hopkins University is confirming more than two million seventy seven thousand U. S. coronavirus infections deaths now top a hundred fifteen thousand nationally new infections and deaths are slowing but they're on the rise in more than twenty states many of them across the south and west including Oregon Arkansas Florida and South Carolina some officials are reconsidering plans to push ahead with re opening in the PGA tour's first tournament since being shut down in March because of the corona virus pandemic there are plenty of big name golfers on the leader board but as Greg Echlin reports they're competing without fans in today's final round Xander Schauffele is the leader but there's a five way tie for second a group that has collected a total of five major championships travelers says it would be a crowd pleaser but not without fans present coming on the stretch you know if you're on the hunt lease leaderboards are up that kind of helps but it'll be really quiet and everyone's going to be you know my other business Chevrolet had to turn on that runner up finishes the season before play was halted because of the pandemic for NPR news I'm Greg Ackland Poland's right wing president Andre du da is calling the push for LGBT Q. rights and invasive foreign influence and an ideology more destructive than communism he made the comments in a campaign speech as he runs for reelection later this month I'm Barbara Klein NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the vital projects fund supporting the museum of modern art virtual views continue on moma dot org with exhibition explorations including Donald Judd's sculptures and Dorothea Lange's photographs this is the New Yorker radio hour W. NYC studios and the new Yorker's.

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"greg ackland" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"greg ackland" Discussed on KCRW

"Justified what other way is there to get a point across then decided we tried everything yes and it doesn't work that came only hours after Atlanta police chief Erika shields stepped down for NPR news I'm really Oppenheimer in Atlanta in southern California hundreds have turned out to protest in the name of Robert fuller a twenty four year old black man who was found hanging from a tree near city hall in Palmdale on Wednesday local authorities are suggesting his death may be a suicide and Josie Huang of member station KPCC reports that's upsetting fuller's family diamond Alexander stood feet from the tree were her brother's body was found Robert will get little brother to us and it's like everything that they've been telling they were right protesters like l'oreal Stewart say fuller staff needs to be looked into as a possible hate crime because for me I want to say like you slurs family has called for an independent investigation into his death by the state Attorney General city officials had put out a statement saying they did as well for NPR news I'm Josie Huang protesters tore down to pioneer statues on the campus of the university of Oregon last night saying they represent a racist history Rachel McDonnell of member station KLCC reports they came prepared with the ropes crowbars and other tools after teaching outside the oldest building on campus DD home name for a pro slavery early Oregonian the group headed for the pioneer statue they tied ropes around it and together pulled it off its pedestal then they drag it across the street to the administration building Johnson home the group then headed for another statue the pioneer mother and using similar methods tore her down the centers have been on campus since nineteen nineteen indigenous groups had requested the school remove them saying they symbolize the killing and removal of indigenous people from their land by white settlers for NPR news I'm Rachel McDonald in Eugene Oregon this is NPR south Korea's security agencies held an emergency meeting today as tensions increase with North Korea Pyongyang is cut all communication channels with the south and is threatening military action accusing Seoul of allowing defectors to send propaganda pamphlets into the north hundreds of demonstrators have marched peacefully in Tokyo holding black lives matter signs thousands turned out in New Zealand they say their own countries need to address discrimination NASCAR resumes its stock car racing schedule today in homestead Florida but as Greg Echlin reports the event will have a different look for the first time since NASCAR resumed its Cup schedule on may seventeenth there will be fans in the stands but it'll be limited to one thousand of track that seats forty six thousand driver Martin Truex said he had to get used to a new or experienced when he captured the win last Wednesday night you know it's kind of weird to you know get out of the car no fans drive to victory lane a makeshift victory lane take one picture by yourself the card and you got a leak this will also be the first Cup races NASCAR announced the ban on the presence of the Confederate flag at its races for NPR news I'm Greg Ackland the Major League Baseball Players Association is rejecting team owners counterproposal to start the season amid the pandemic and the union says further negotiations would be futile the players say ownership order a return to work I'm Barbara Klein N..

"greg ackland" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"greg ackland" Discussed on KCRW

"Gathered outside the Windies restaurant where Brooks was shot the Windies was burned to the ground last night police say Brooks resisted arrest after failing a sobriety test and he was shot after struggling with police said grabbing an officer's taser the Atlanta police department as a police officer has been fired another's been placed on administrative duty the moves were announced overnight following the resignation of Atlanta's police chief the police department has also released a body and dash camera footage from both officers in southern California hundreds protest in Palmdale an hour outside of Los Angeles in the name of Robert fuller fuller's twenty four yet but your old black man he was found hanging from a tree near city hall last week was a Quang from member station KPCC says friends and family are upset over local authority suggestion that fuller may have taken his own life diamond Alexander stood feet from the tree were her brother's body was found Robert what's a good little brother to us and it's like everything that they've been telling they were right we just want to know the truth protesters like l'oreal Stewart say fuller staff needs to be looked into as a possible hate crime because I want to say like if you need so I thought I could suggest the lancer fuller's family has called for an independent investigation into his death by the state Attorney General city officials had put out a statement saying they did as well for NPR news I'm Josie Huang Los Angeles county sheriff is expected to answer questions about the investigation into Robert Fowler's death tomorrow he is to host a virtual town hall meeting and you're listening to NPR news South Korea convened an emergency security meeting today amid renewed tensions with North Korea the north accuses its southern rival of failing to prevent activists from launching propaganda leaflets across the border the meeting was held hours after the north threatened to close the liaison office and take military action in the PGA tour's first tournament since being shut down in March because of the corona virus pandemic there are plenty of big name golfers on the leader board but they will be competing without fans in the final round today Greg Echlin has more Xander Schauffele is the leader but there's a five way tie for second a group that has collected a total of five major championships Sharaf Leh says it would be a crowd pleaser but not without fans present coming on the stretch you know if you're on the hunt lease leaderboards are out that kind of helps but it'll be really quiet and everyone's going to be you know my other business Chevrolet had to turn on that runner up finishes the season before play was halted because of the pandemic for NPR news I'm Greg Ackland the Major League Baseball Players Association is rejecting the owner's latest proposal to get the season started amid the corona virus pandemic the union is telling the league to set a schedule rather than offering a counter proposal saying further dialogue would be futile the union's actions could lead to a season even shorter than the eighty two games additionally proposed by the lead.

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"greg ackland" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"greg ackland" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Gathered outside the Windies restaurant where Brooks was shot the Windies was burned to the ground last night police say Brooks resisted arrest after failing a sobriety test and he was shot after struggling with police said grabbing an officer's taser the Atlanta police department as a police officer has been fired another's been placed on administrative duty the moves were announced overnight following the resignation of Atlanta's police chief the police department has also released a body and dash camera footage from both officers in southern California hundreds protest in Palmdale an hour outside of Los Angeles in the name of Robert fuller fuller's twenty four year old black man he was found hanging from a tree near city hall last week was the one from member station KPCC says friends and family are upset over local authority suggestion that fuller may have taken his own life diamond Alexander stood feet from the tree where her brother's body was found Robert what's that little brother to us and it's like everything that they've been telling us they were right we just want to know the truth protesters like l'oreal Stewart say fuller staff needs to be looked into as a possible hate crime because what I want to say yes the ones that I can suggest the lancer fuller's family has called for an independent investigation into his death by the state Attorney General city officials had put out a statement saying they did as well for NPR news I'm Josie Huang Los Angeles county sheriff is expected to answer questions about the investigation into Robert fuller's death tomorrow he is to host a virtual town hall meeting and you're listening to NPR news South Korea convened an emergency security meeting today amid renewed tensions with North Korea the north accuses its southern rival of failing to prevent activists from launching propaganda leaflets across the border the meeting was held hours after the north threaten to close a liaison office and take military action in the PGA tour's first tournament since being shut down in March because of the corona virus pandemic there are plenty of big name golfers on the leader board but they will be competing without fans in the final round today Greg Echlin has more Xander Schauffele is the leader but there's a five way tie for second a group that has collected a total of five major championships shuffle a says it would be a crowd pleaser but not without fans present coming on the stretch you know if you're on the hunt lease leaderboards are out that kind of helps but it'll be really quiet and everyone's going to be you know minor business Chevrolet had to turn on that runner up finishes the season before play was halted because of the pandemic for NPR news I'm Greg Ackland the Major League Baseball Players Association is rejecting the owner's latest proposal to get the season started amid the corona virus pandemic the union is telling the league to set a schedule rather than offering a counter proposal saying further dialogue would be futile the union's actions could lead to a season even shorter than the eighty two games additionally proposed by the league and sparked lengthy litigation over money on trial Snyder NPR news support for NPR comes from the Christie foundation expanding opportunities in America's cities through grantmaking and social investing more at Christy dot org and the listeners of KQED six minutes now past six o'clock welcome to Sunday.

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"greg ackland" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"greg ackland" Discussed on KQED Radio

"People March to the street towards a nearby park dozens of residents came outside to cheer them on police officers closed down traffic and step outside a precinct building but the demonstration remains peaceful frontier news Zachariah Hughes in Philadelphia in Lebanon protesters marched through the streets of Beirut in other cities for a third day Saturday they're demanding that the government resign as the country seeks deeper it sinks deeper into economic chaos this is NPR news health officials in China reported Sunday the country has fifty seven new confirmed cases of the corona virus the highest daily number in two months the national health commission said thirty six of the new cases were locally transmitted but with thirty of them and Beijing the capital has banned tourism and sporting events fearing another round of covert nineteen they'll be a different look when NASCAR resumes its stock car racing schedule Sunday in homestead Florida gray Eklund explains for the first time since NASCAR resumed its Cup schedule on may seventeenth there will be fans in the stands but it'll be limited to one thousand of track that seats forty six thousand driver Martin Truex said he had to get used to a new or experienced when he captured the win last Wednesday night you know it's kind of weird to you know get out of the car no fans drive to victory lane a makeshift victory lane take one picture by yourself the card and you got a leak this will also be the first Cup races NASCAR announced the ban on the presence of the Confederate flag and its races for NPR news I'm Greg Ackland the Major League Baseball Players Association has rejected the latest offer from the owners to get the baseball season going again in a statement issued Saturday night executive director Tony Clark said further dialogue would be futile it's time to get back to work saying tell us when and where the leak was proposing the players take a pay cut if teams will have to pay without fans in the stands which would reduce the revenue the union wants payment for games played I'm Nora Raum NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the Ford Foundation working with visionaries on the front lines of social change worldwide to address inequality in all its forms learn more at Ford foundation.

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03:56 min | 2 years ago

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"For tickets go to KCRW dot com slash broken record live live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly Germany is marking thirty years since the fall of the Berlin Wall the official anniversary is tomorrow secretary of state Mike Pompeii spoke about it today in Berlin no more but let us not take lightly the threats to our freedoms from James the rule instead of government which aims to crush rights instead of protect them re James for which this anniversary is a fearful warning not a cause for celebration later on pale warns NATO wrists becom ing ineffective or obsolete if members don't live up to their financial commitments it's been one year since the camp fire in northern California largely destroyed the town of paradise that fire was the deadliest in state history killing eighty five people NPR's Kirk Sigler says later today local officials and residents will pause to mark the day there will be eighty five seconds of silence in paradise in nearby Chico to remember those who died in the campfire many were elderly and lived in mobile home parks and couldn't get out the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history has led a lot of towns in the west to revisit their evacuation routes and warning systems it's also highlighted how towns in the fire prone mountains are full of dead end roads and one way and one way out streets the campfire was sparked by equipment belonging to Pacific gas and electric this is NPR news from Washington a judge in Colorado is to review evidence today against the man suspected of plotting to attack a synagogue in pueblo the FBI says Richard holes or plant a bomb temple Emmanuel with what he thought were real explosives supplied by undercover agents the US women's national soccer team defeated Sweden in the team's first match since head coach Jill Ellis retired following consecutive World Cup titles Greg Ackland reports early in the international friendly match the U. S. women appear to be in World Cup championship form while on their way to a three two win over Sweden the Americans jumped out to a three nothing lead in the opening half and when they finally closed it out Blanco and Dr skis says his team seemed determined to win one for their new coach they were excited for me I'm in the the genuinely happy for the for the win the only thing that we said in the huddle we we got to fix the the two goals I mean people that know me I'm not happy when when I get scored on the women's national team will close out the two thousand nineteen calendar with another friendly match on Sunday in Jacksonville qualifying for the twenty twenty Olympics begins in late January for NPR news I'm Greg Eklund in Columbus Ohio college football number one LS you visits number two Alabama tomorrow it's the first time in eight years the top ranked teams will meet in the regular season I'm Dave Mattingly NPR news in Washington and on this Friday morning you are listening to KCRW on cherry Glazer good to have you here the Friday morning commute getting off to a very bumpy start out there starting out in Pomona northbound seventy one if you're trying to make the connection to the westbound ten got a fender Bender there that could be making that transition row kinda tight looks like you're backed up on that nor seventy one coming away from the sixty then in San Gabriel westbound tenet walnut Grove injury collision there taking up at least part of the fast track lane sets the west ten at walnut Grove in Norwalk some found six oh five connected the west one of five got a four car wreck reported there looks like everybody over to the right shoulder had some low clouds and fog rolling overnight can be sunny later on today highs in the low to mid seventies if you're near.

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"greg ackland" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"greg ackland" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The severity of the vaping illness outbreak for CDC outbreak information go to tobacco free CA dot com good morning the time now is five thirty live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly Germany is marking thirty years since the fall of the Berlin Wall the official anniversary is tomorrow secretary of state Mike Pompeii spoke about it today in Berlin no more but let us not take lightly the threat to our freedoms from James the rule instead of government which aims to crush rights instead of protect them re James for which this anniversary is a fearful warning not a cause for celebration later on pale warns NATO risky coming ineffective or obsolete if members don't live up to their financial commitments it's been one year since the camp fire in northern California largely destroyed the town of paradise that fire was the deadliest in state history killing eighty five people NPR's Kirk Sigler says later today local officials and residents will pause to mark the day there will be eighty five seconds of silence in paradise in nearby Chico to remember those who died in the campfire many were elderly and lived in mobile home parks and couldn't get out the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history has led a lot of towns in the west to revisit their evacuation routes and warning systems it's also highlighted how towns in the fire prone mountains are full of dead end roads and one way and one way out streets the campfire was sparked by equipment belonging to Pacific gas and electric this is NPR news from Washington a judge in Colorado is to review evidence today against the man suspected of plotting to attack a synagogue in pueblo the FBI says Richard holes or plant a bomb temple Emmanuel with what he thought were real explosives supplied by undercover agents the US women's national soccer team defeated Sweden in the team's first match since head coach Jill Ellis retired following consecutive World Cup titles Greg Ackland reports early in the international friendly match the U. S. women appear to be in World Cup championship form while on their way to a three two win over Sweden the Americans jumped out to a three nothing lead in the opening half and when they finally closed it out Blanco and droughts he says his team seemed determined to win one for their new coach they were excited for me I mean the the genuinely happy for the for the win the only thing that we said in the huddle we we got to fix the the two goals I mean people that know me I'm not happy when when I get scored on the women's national team will close out the two thousand nineteen calendar with another friendly match on Sunday in Jacksonville qualifying for the twenty twenty Olympics begins in late January for NPR news I'm Greg Eklund in Columbus Ohio college football number one LSU visits number two Alabama tomorrow it's the first time in eight years the top ranked teams will meet in the regular season I'm Dave Mattingly NPR news in Washington lactose sucrose cans milk for sewing these are the questions answer asking about your baby formula I am I roughly though and this week on science Friday a look at the ingredients in infant formula what science says about plus why the NIH is worried about scientific espionage mainly from China it's on science Friday from W. NYC studios science Friday starts.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"greg ackland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Louise Schiavone president trump says he's ready for anything but he's confident the US will not have to worry about a recession he spoke to reporters Sunday as he returned to Washington I don't see a recession I'm in the world is in a recession right now and although that's too big of a statement but if you look at China China is doing very very poorly trump says American consumers are loaded up with money in a report released today by the national association for business economics thirty four percent of a condom is surveyed by the group say they anticipate a recession in twenty twenty one California governor Gavin Newsom this morning signed into law a new standard for when officers can use deadly force this comes a year and a half after the fatal Sacramento police shooting of stuff on Clark capital public radio's been Adler reports this whole debate boils down to two words necessary and reasonable right now deadly force is justified if a reasonable officer would have acted similarly in that situation community activists and civil liberties groups argued only unnecessary standard would force officers to change their behavior law enforcement said that will put officers lives in danger so under the deal the standard will change to when the officer reasonably believes deadly force is necessary then Adler of capital public radio crude oil prices are higher after a weekend attack on a Saudi oil facility Brent crude was up fifty five cents this is NPR New York Mets first baseman Peter Alonso was made a big splash in his rookie season and yesterday set a record Greg Ackland reports he'd Alonso put the finishing touch on an eleven five victory in Kansas city with his fortieth home run of the year that breaks the National League record for most homers by a rookie in one season the old record was set two years ago by Cody Bollinger of the Los Angeles Dodgers Alonso says he's been surprised by his record setting accomplishment to break this record and have a good season and just keep playing the way that I've been playing and just trying help this team win I mean in this season's been unbelievable his home run total is only one shy of the New York Mets franchise record the Mets are twenty four and ten since the all star break the best in the National League for NPR news I'm Gregor Clinton Kansas city China is the outrage by an offer from Taiwan to give political asylum to participants in Hong Kong's pro democracy movement Taiwan is self ruled that China rejects its independence a Chinese cabinet minister said Taiwan's action would quote cover up the crimes of a small group of violent militants on the streets of Hong Kong Sunday hundreds of thousands are estimated to have turned out to call for a formal withdrawal of an extradition bill and fully democratic elections I'm Louise Schiavone NPR news I'm Richard Hage on WNYC in New York a twenty six year old homeless man from West Virginia faces charges for allegedly placing two devices resembling pressure cooker bombs in a New York City Subway station police announced yesterday that Larry can Griffin has been charged with placing of a false bomb Griffin was taken into custody on Saturday a day after he was seen on surveillance video at Manhattan's Fulton strike us Fulton Street subway station he was picture holding one of the objects please later identified as rice cookers and determined they were not explosives Griffin was taken to a hospital for treatment an observation police did not specify what if any injuries or condition he was being treated for the mayor of Newark New Jersey says it could take at least a month before new filters to fight lead contamination in the water will work that's a significant increase from the original estimate Newark officials had initially said testing would take a week mayor raspberry aka revealed the change time frame on W. the LS radio yesterday the city will continue to distribute bottled.

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KCRW

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"greg ackland" Discussed on KCRW

"I mean the world is in a recession right now and although that's too big of a statement but if you look at China China is doing very very poorly trump says American consumers are loaded up with money in a report released today by the national association for business economics thirty four percent of economists surveyed by the group say they anticipate a recession in twenty twenty one California governor Gavin Newsom this morning signs into law a new standard for when officers can use deadly force this comes a year and a half after the fatal Sacramento police shooting of stuff on Clark capital public radio's been Adler reports this whole debate boils down to two words necessary and reasonable right now deadly force is justified if a reasonable officer would have acted similarly in that situation community activists and civil liberties groups argued only unnecessary standard would force officers to change their behavior law enforcement said that will put officers lives in danger so under the deal the standard will change to when the officer reasonably believes deadly force is necessary then Adler of capital public radio crude oil prices are higher after a weekend attack on a Saudi oil facility Brent crude was up fifty five cents this is NPR New York Mets first baseman Peter Alonso was made a big splash in his rookie season and yesterday set a record Greg Ackland reports seat Alonso put the finishing touch on an eleven five victory in Kansas city with his fortieth home run of the year that breaks the National League record for most homers by a rookie in one season the old record was set two years ago by Cody Bollinger of the Los Angeles Dodgers Alonso says he's been surprised by his record setting accomplishment to break this record and have a good season.

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03:12 min | 2 years ago

"greg ackland" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Right now and although that's too big of a statement but if you look at China China is doing very very poorly trump says American consumers are loaded up with money in a report released today by the national association for business economics thirty four percent of economists surveyed by the group say they anticipate a recession in twenty twenty one California governor Gavin Newsom this morning signed into law a new standard for when officers can use deadly force this comes a year and a half after the fatal Sacramento police shooting of stuff on Clark capital public radio's been Adler reports this whole debate boils down to two words necessary and reasonable right now deadly force is justified if a reasonable officer would have acted similarly in that situation community activists and civil liberties groups argued only unnecessary standard would force officers to change their behavior law enforcement said that will put officers lives in danger so under the deal the standard will change to when the officer reasonably believes deadly force is necessary then Adler of capital public radio crude oil prices are higher after a weekend attack on a Saudi oil facility Brent crude was up fifty five cents this is NPR New York Mets first baseman Peter Alonso was made a big splash in his rookie season and yesterday set a record Greg Ackland report seat Alonso put the finishing touch on an eleven five victory in Kansas city with his fortieth home run of the year that breaks the National League record for most homers by a rookie in one season the old record was set two years ago by Cody Bollinger of the Los Angeles Dodgers Alonso says he's been surprised by his record setting accomplishment to break this record and have a good season and just keep playing the way that I've been playing and just try to help this team win I mean in this season's been unbelievable his home run total is only one shy of the New York Mets franchise record the Mets are twenty four in ten since the all star break the best in the National League for NPR news I'm Gregor Clinton Kansas city China is outraged by an offer from Taiwan to give political asylum to participants in Hong Kong's pro democracy movement Taiwan is self ruled that China rejects its independence a Chinese cabinet minister said Taiwan's action would quote cover up the crimes of a small group of violent militants on the streets of Hong Kong Sunday hundreds of thousands are estimated to have turned out to call for a formal withdrawal of an extradition bill and fully democratic elections I'm Louise Schiavone and your needs underwater explorer and photographer Jill Heiner has dived into unmapped caves deep in the earth and beneath a giant iceberg she seen hidden creatures all those dinosaurs and witnessed scenes of surreal beauty okay so dangerous one hundred of her friends and colleagues have died in dives she has a new book and we talk with her on the next fresh air join us here the next fresh air and to one o'clock this afternoon and repeated at seven o'clock tonight.

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"greg ackland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"greg ackland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Have seen the face crisis differently around the world same prices and we need international cooperation on our office the glacier and west central I just wanted stretched six square miles president trump says he's bullish about the US economy telling reporters Sunday he doesn't see a recession on the horizon on US China trade issues he said a pause in a planned ten percent tariff increase on many goods from China was scheduled just for the holiday season world markets Asian shares rose today Japan's Nikkei up seven tenths of a percent Hong Kong's hang sang up one point nine percent this is NPR news in Washington former Louisiana governor Kathleen Blanco has died after a battle with cancer she was seventy six black I was governor during the assault of hurricane Katrina New York Mets first baseman Peter Alonso has made a big splash in his rookie season and seven National League record yesterday Greg Ackland reports from Kansas city Alonso put the finishing touch on an eleven five victory in Kansas city with his fortieth home run of the year that breaks the National League record for most homers by a rookie in one season the old record was set two years ago by Cody Bollinger of the Los Angeles Dodgers Alonso says he's been surprised by his record setting accomplishment to break this record and have a good season and just keep playing the way that I've been playing and just try to help this team win I mean in this season's been unbelievable.

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"greg ackland" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"greg ackland" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For long friend peonies I'm Alison Roberts in Lisbon I slimmed held a ceremony yesterday to note the death of a glacier the first of its hundreds of glaciers to melt during climate change prime minister Katrin Jakob's daughter rip predicts that more glaciers will go away unless governments to act you're seeing crisis differently around the world with the same prices and we need international cooperation on on that scale the glacier and west central I just wanted stretched six square miles president trump says he's bullish about the US economy telling reporters Sunday he doesn't see a recession on the horizon on US China trade issues he said a pause in a planned ten percent tariff increase on many goods from China was scheduled just for the holiday season world markets Asian shares rose today Japan's Nikkei up seven tenths of a percent Hong Kong's hang sang up one point nine percent this is NPR news in Washington former Louisiana governor Kathleen Blanco has died after a battle with cancer she was seventy six like I was governor during the assault of hurricane Katrina New York Mets first baseman Peter Alonso has made a big splash in his rookie season and seven National League record yesterday Greg Ackland reports from Kansas city Alonso put the finishing touch on an eleven five victory in Kansas city with his fortieth home run of the year that breaks the National League record for most homers by a rookie in one season the old record was set two years ago by Cody Bollinger of the Los Angeles Dodgers Alonso says he's been surprised by his record setting accomplishment to break this record.

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"greg ackland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"greg ackland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Board who since last calls for it to be shut down an internet service provider dropped the chan as a customer describing it as a cesspool of hate the issue at hand is if a chant under the guise of free speech is empowering violent extremism NPR's Artie Shaw honey reporting this is NPR news from Washington more details are emerging from Wednesday's stabbing rampage in southern California the killed four people and wounded two others in garden Grove police chief Tom to race as the suspect had a long and violent criminal record this suspect has been identified as a documented gang member this person should have been in prison and not allowed to be in our community committing these violent acts officials say they don't know a motive for the attacks one day after a former Michigan state dean was sentenced in connection with the USA women's gymnastics scandal the sport's governing body is holding its national championships in Kansas city Greg Ackland reports USA gymnastics is conducting its national championships in Kansas city but its leadership is still dealing with the ramifications of the Larry Nasser scandal he's the team doctor sentenced to life in prison for sexual abuse and child **** Sam a cool look took the lead in the first day of competition but it came on the heels of a former Michigan state dean being sentenced for his role in that answer scandal Greg when reporting governor economists in London say the British economy shrank by two tenths of a percent from April to June for the first time since twenty twelve this comes at a time of uncertainty in the U. K. as it faces a deadline of October thirty first to withdraw from the European Union with no agreement yet on how that should be done this is NPR news from Washington this is W. NYC from New York good morning I'm Richard Hage sixty nine degrees fair skies in New York City New Jersey governor Phil Murphy says he supports divest in the state's pension fund from gun and ammunition manufacturers development bill was first introduced last year in the wake of the mass shooting at a Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school but it stalled in the legislature here in New Jersey NJ spotlight budget reporter John right Meyer says this marks the first time Murphy's voices support for getting the state out of its investments in the gun industry last year he didn't go so far as to say we should shed every gun industry investment and he just now has gone that far and said can't me and when asked whether he thinks that should be a goal of the pension system Murphy support for divestment comes in the wake of last weekend's mass shootings in el Paso in Dayton it killed more than thirty people new Jersey's public worker pension funds currently have about twenty five million dollars worth of investments in the gun industry sunny skies highs near eighty degrees partly cloudy skies tonight lows around sixty eight tomorrow Saturday should be sunny with a high near eighty five degrees and then Sunday should be sunny to with a high near seventy eight right now sixty nine degrees in New York City support for NPR comes from W..

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"greg ackland" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"greg ackland" Discussed on KCRW

"Of the migrants arrested this week in raids at seven Mississippi chicken processing plants have been released the US attorney for the Southern District of Mississippi Michael Hirst says they were told to come back for court they released almost three hundred of those individuals back to because their communities and today I'm told that we still have about three hundred and seventy seven the tank Wednesday's raid was the largest immigration rate in the US in a decade Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he will now allow gun control legislation to be considered when Congress returns from its summer break last weekend last weekend thirty one people died in two mass shootings Congress has called on the owner of a chance to testify after the el Paso shooting where the gunman use the website to spread a hate manifesto NPR's Artie Shaw honey reports in a letter to the house committee on homeland security recited eight chance track record in five months three different mass shooters allegedly posted a white supremacist screens on eight chan a founder of the online message board who since left calls for it to be shut down an internet service provider dropped the chan as a customer describing it as a cesspool of hate the issue at hand is a chant under the guise of free speech is empowering violent extremism NPR's Artie Shaw honey reporting this is NPR news from Washington more details are emerging from Wednesday stabbing rampage in southern California they killed four people and wounded two others garden Grove police chief Tom to race as the suspect had a long and violent criminal record this suspect has been identified as a documented gang member this person should have been in prison and not allowed to be in our community committing these violent acts officials say they don't know a motive for the attacks one day after a former Michigan state dean was sentenced in connection with the USA women's gymnastics scandal the sport's governing body is holding its national championships in Kansas city Greg Ackland reports USA gymnastics is conducting its national championships in Kansas city but its leadership is still dealing with the ramifications of the Larry Nasser scandal he's the team doctor sentenced to life in prison for sexual abuse and child **** Sam a cool look took the lead in the first day of competition but it came on the heels of a former Michigan state dean being sentenced for his role in that answer scandal Greg when reporting governor economists in London say the British economy shrank by two tenths of a percent from April to June for the first time since twenty twelve this comes at a time of uncertainty in the U. K. as it faces a deadline of October thirty first to withdraw from the European Union with no agreement yet on how that should be done this is NPR news from Washington you're listening to KCRW I'm Larry Parral next time on All Things Considered there's a lot more than fried apple plant the Iowa state fair when it's also become a common pit stop for presidential candidates on the campaign trail also why some people in the black community in Saint Louis say things are looking up after recent reforms addressing racial inequity and have a girl stolen from her family has been reunited with her mother and twin sister.

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"greg ackland" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"greg ackland" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Marketplace morning report is supported by constant contact featuring email marketing tools to help small businesses connect with their existing customers and list growth tools for collecting new contacts learn more at constant contact dot com and by epson innovating the future of display technology with laser projection weather's business there's epson learn more at absent dot com slash four business the college football season is over that trophies have been awarded and so have hundreds of thousands of dollars in bonuses to winning coaches coaches who may already be making millions of dollars a year why so much casey you are as greg ackland reports from kansas kids a vans linked to travel for ballgames and spend money distance doesn't matter to kim and brad worcester who drove wichita to phoenix for the cactus full in december we go to all the ball games and all the case say brad worcester spence ballgame memory was the field to bowl in arizona where he was joined by plenty of others dressed in wildcat purple 2013 i think they estimated we added 42000 on air before bill snyder became kansas states head coach it wasn't like this sports illustrated in the 1980s labelled case date as futility you with only one ballgame but it's first ninety two years of football but the team has come a long way under snyder in his twenty six years as the cats coach and so has manhattan kansas snyder has led case state to eighteen bull games including its eighth straight appearance this season after the cactus bowl there was plenty of celebrating.

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