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"hansi" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

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"hansi" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"As NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reports. The state of Alabama has been challenging those plans in federal court. Under federal law, The Census Bureau cannot release personally identifiable information from the national headcount until 72 years after its collected Beer is putting in place privacy protections to try to keep people anonymous in the data about race, age and other demographic characteristics That's expected to be out by mid August here says its final privacy settings will ensure the accuracy of data necessary for redistricting and voting Rights Act enforcement. But in a federal lawsuit, Alabama's arguing the plans would make the data unusable The cases currently before a three judge court and is expected to be appealed to the U. S. Supreme Court Hansi Lo Wang, NPR NEWS NEW YORK An environmental group is marching with picketing Exxon workers at a plant in Beaumont, Texas. Today, Houston Public Media's Florian Martin explains the unusual alliance members of the Sunrise movement or joining with Exxon workers who have been locked out of their plan since May. 1st. The group's Roshni Khosla says they support oil and gas workers. Even though they're calling for a transition away from fossil fuels. We want to highlight the fact that the protections afforded by union work and health care and good wages will be a part of that and will be prioritized in that transition. Exxon and the United Steelworkers union are clashing over seniority policy and pay. The company says it's locked out union workers to prevent a strike and that it is committed to negotiations for NPR news. I'm Florian Martin in Houston officials say the White House This is now dropping the Trump era executive order that attempted to ban the popular apps Tiktok and we chat officials, saying the administration will conduct their own review aimed at identifying national security risks with software applications tried to China. On Wall Street, the Dow dropped 100 and 52 points. This is NPR. Western environmental groups are alleging that new laws in Idaho and Montana that make it easier for the public to kill wolves are in violation of federal wilderness law. NPR's Kirk Siegler reports. The groups are petitioning Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack to intervene. The far right controlled state legislatures in Montana and Idaho recently passed laws aimed at dramatically reducing the wolf population. The lawmakers say wolves are threatening the livelihoods of ranchers and also the state's lucrative elk hunting economies. Though the science continues to show that elk populations here are healthy In their petition to the U. S. Forest Service far left environmental groups like Earth Justice argue the new laws threaten the protection of wilderness areas. They also say allowing professional contractors to kill wolves and get paid for it resembles the 19th century wolf bounties. The government has not yet said whether it will consider tougher federal restrictions in response to the state laws. Kirk Siegler. NPR NEWS Boise Federal appeals court has blocked Missouri sweeping abortion law that bans the procedure honor after eight weeks of pregnancy. Three judge panel of the eighth U. S Circuit of Appeals in ST Louis, handing down the ruling today. And we heard arguments in September in the legal battle over the 2019 law, which also prohibited woman from having an abortion for fetus has down syndrome while she was found by reproductive health Services, which operates Missouri's lone abortion clinic in ST Louis, and the value Stories Republican Attorney General Eric Smith says he plans to appeal to the U. S. Supreme Court crude oil futures prices fell today, down nine cents a barrel to end.

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Cuomo refuses to resign amid sexual harassment claims

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00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Cuomo refuses to resign amid sexual harassment claims

"Says he will not be resigning following allegations of sexual harassment or misconduct involving at least three women. NPR's Hansi Lo Wang. Reports. Cuomo denies touching anyone inappropriately. Speaking at his first press conference since the allegations became public near governor, Andrew Cuomo says he will fully cooperate with an ongoing investigation by New York State attorney General Could intend no offense, but if they were offended by it, then it was wrong. And if they were offended by it, I apologize. Homer's the public to wait for the results of the investigation before forming an opinion. New York State attorney general is also looking into claims that Cuomo's administration has been dishonest about how many people living in nursing homes have died from Cove in 19. Is he the one NPR

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Cuomo faces growing pressure to resign over alleged sexual misconduct

All Things Considered

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Cuomo faces growing pressure to resign over alleged sexual misconduct

"Cuomo says he will not resign. The Democrat is under pressure from some members of his own party after at least three women accused the governor of sexual misconduct. NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reports. Making his first appearance at a press conference since these allegations became public near Governor, Andrew Cuomo said he will fully cooperate with an ongoing investigation by New York State attorney General I never knew At the time that I was making anyone feel uncomfortable. When I said kissing and hugging is a way of greeting people that he will change. His administration is also under investigation for allegedly being dishonest. But how many people living in nursing homes have died from Cove in 19? State lawmakers have revoked emergency powers coma was granted to respond to the pandemic. Hanzee Lo Wang

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Senate confirms Gina Raimondo as Biden's commerce secretary

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00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Senate confirms Gina Raimondo as Biden's commerce secretary

"Hansi Lo Wang. Reports the Rhode Island governor is now set to oversee the Census Bureau. Gina Raimondo is cutting short her second term as a governor of the country, smallest state to join the Bite administration, a Democrat and the first woman to lead word island reminder was set to take on an eclectic portfolio of Commerce Department agencies, including the Census Bureau. What a reminder is. Most urgent agenda items is overseeing the preparation of the 1st 2020 census results the new state population counselor used to determine representation in Congress and the Electoral College for the next 10 years. Those numbers are expected by the end of April. Godzilla Wang NPR NEWS NEW YORK President Biden's picked to serve his White House budget director

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6-Month Delay In Census Redistricting Data Could Throw Elections Into Chaos

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00:46 sec | 4 months ago

6-Month Delay In Census Redistricting Data Could Throw Elections Into Chaos

"Congress can distill. The U. S. Census Bureau has announced a six month delay in releasing the 2020 census data needed to redraw voting maps around the country. As NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reports, the bureau says it needs more time to run quality checks on the data. State and local governments were supposed to receive redistricting data from the 2020 census by the end of March, But the Census Bureau says it's now playing to deliver that information by the end of September. Pandemic and last minute changes under the Trump administration Up ended, the bureau's original schedule agency says it needs more time to sort through duplicate and incomplete responses, including many about residents in college dorms. This delay puts pressure on redistricting officials facing tight deadlines to prepare for elections. Some states have been planning ahead by amending their constitutions and getting court orders to push back deadlines

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Andrew Yang announces run for New York City mayor

All Things Considered

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Andrew Yang announces run for New York City mayor

"City. NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reports, the country's largest city set to vote for a new mayor this November. And your Yang is joining a long list of Democrats were trying to win a primary in June that will likely determine who will become the next mayor of New York City, which has been a Democratic stronghold. Before dropping out the presidential race. Yang rose to the national stage by proposing a universal basic income. I ran For president because I saw that the economy was not working for everyday Americans. For New Yorkers. Yang is calling for more high speed Internet access and for the city to run the subway, which is currently run by a transit authority that's controlled by New York's governor. Gang has faced criticism during the pandemic for quarantining outside of New York City. Hansi Lo Wang, NPR news, New York, and now they're opened down Trading day on Wall Street. With stocks ultimately closing lower. The Dow

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"hansi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:18 min | 6 months ago

"hansi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From NPR and W bur Antonya mostly it's here And now, the Census Bureau says it will not meet today's deadline to report the first set of results from the 2020 count of every person living here in the US those numbers matter because they influenced him in the amount of representation states have in Congress and the Electoral College. The delay could have political implications for President Trump and his push to exclude unauthorized immigrants. From that count on let's bring in NPR's Hansi lo Wang to explain all of this. Hey, Hanzee. Yeah. Well, first. Can you remind us what's behind this delay, which which is one of many this year for the census? That's right. But this delay has been expected for months, mainly because of covert 19. Plus the Trump administration Up ended the census schedule earlier this year, Ultimately, by cutting short the time for counting and for running quality checks on the census results. And right now the major problem is the Census Bureau has found irregularities in the census records, and it needs more time to make sure no one is counted twice or in the wrong place. Especially in a year when so many people, including college students have moved around because of the pandemic. Mm hmm. So check for errors. But why is there than an urgency to get these census numbers released A soon as possible and really held is the ending of the Trump Administration next month factor into this Well missing. Today's legal reporting deadline could throw off a syriza of other deadlines that air coming up for finalizing this first set of census results. But career officials at the Census Bureau also have a duty to put out accurate and complete numbers because if they're not accurate and complete That could result in an unfair distribution of congressional seats and electoral college votes among the states for 10 years, and one main reason the bureau is in this very tight spot is because the Trump administration has been pressuring the beer to get numbers out before Trump's term ends. That could allow the president to try to exclude unauthorized immigrants from numbers that the 14th amendment says must include quote. The whole number of persons and each state. The federal government has never excluded unauthorized immigrants who live in United States from this process. But if Trump makes this unprecedented change I'm expecting a new flurry of lawsuits in 2021..

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Census Bureau to miss year-end deadline to turn in population count

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01:10 min | 6 months ago

Census Bureau to miss year-end deadline to turn in population count

"To be the start of turning this year's census results into political power. But the Census Bureau announced the results will not be ready until early 2021. That delay will have big implications on how many electoral college votes and seats in Congress each state gets for the next decade. NPR's Hansi Lo Wang covers all things census related. He joins us from New York to explain what this means. Good morning, Hanzee. Hi, Leela. So this delay was confirmed to you by a source last night. Can you break down? Why this is so significant? What was supposed to happen today was new state population counts from the census. We're supposed to be reported to the president by the Commerce secretary who oversees a Census Bureau. These are the numbers used to determine each state share of seats in the House of Representatives. As well as electoral college votes for the next 10 years. But a loss is today's the last day to report those numbers. But this year, the Census Bureau is missing this reporting deadline. For the first time since I was put in place more than 40 years ago. There's no penalty for missing this legal deadline, but that does further complicate an already messy census process. So

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"hansi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:42 min | 6 months ago

"hansi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The House voted to raise the payments from $600 to 2000 after President Trump complained that relief was insufficient. Today's the deadline for the U. S. Census Bureau to report the first set of results from the 2020 national Headcount. Officials say they won't meet that that line. NPR's Hansi Lo Wang says that could jeopardize President Trump's push toe alter the count before he leaves office. Federal law says Thursday is the last day for the Commerce secretary who oversees a Census Bureau to report new state population numbers to the president. Numbers are used to determine representation in Congress and Electoral College for the next 10 years. But covert 19 and schedule changes by the Trump administration are forcing the bureau to miss that deadline. There's no penalty. But this delay could mean that President Trump may not get control the numbers that he wants to try to exclude unauthorized immigrants from despite the Constitution's requirement to include the quote Whole number of persons in each state. Hansi Lo Wang. NPR NEWS New YORK New claims for jobless benefits in the US dropped by 19,000 last week. Still, the Labor Department says first time claims are nearly four times higher than one year ago. This is NPR news. China's drug regulator is giving the go ahead for widespread use of the country's first Corona virus vaccine. The maker Sino Farm says it's proven to be effective in preventing disease. NPR's John Rule, which has more state on Sino farm reported this week that it's Carella virus vaccine had a 79% efficacy rate. And the national drug regulator acted quickly granting conditional market approval. It's unclear how fast the drug will become available widely in China, though. In the summer, Beijing granted emergency approval to the Sino farm vaccine and several others. State media say that millions of doses have already been administered. Health officials in Canada are reporting record numbers of new Corona virus infections in Ontario and Quebec. And carpet Chuck reports on the latest Staley figures for Ontario. It was a big jump from just over 2500 cases to more than 2900 and comeback kid and you record with a little over 2500 cases. Together. The two provinces account for two thirds of Canada's coronavirus cases. In Ontario. Health officials are warning that there are 323 patients in intensive care, which is beyond the threshold where non covert related medical care becomes almost impossible. Moments ago, the final day of trading on Wall Street for 2020 got underway in early moments of trading. It's mixed right now, the Dow was down 16, the S and P. 500 is down one. The NASDAQ is up six. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR News in Washington. So now is 6..

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New York City will shut indoor dining starting Monday, Gov. Cuomo says

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00:45 sec | 6 months ago

New York City will shut indoor dining starting Monday, Gov. Cuomo says

"The rise in the number of people going into New York City's hospitals because of covert 19, New York's governor is bringing back a ban on indoor dining in New York City, NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reports. The band is set to begin on Monday. Your governor Andrew Cuomo says New York City's restaurants can continue outdoor dining and take out literally every dollar of business loses. We lose a percentage of that dollar so Our calibration is as much economic activity As you can. In respecting the public health and the risk. A recent study by the Centers for Disease Control Prevention found that adults who have tested positive for the corner virus were about twice as likely to have eaten at a restaurant within two weeks before becoming sick.

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Trump official subpoenaed by House panel for Census documents

The World

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

Trump official subpoenaed by House panel for Census documents

"Has issued a subpoena to Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross. That's after Ross failed to turn over all internal documents about 2020. Cents a schedule changes NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reports. Democratic lawmakers are investigating how changes by the Trump Administration could hurt the accuracy of the national head count. The House Oversight Committee has been trying to track a recent push the scale back quality checks on the 2020 sentence results. Numbers shape representation in Congress and the Electoral College for the next 10 years. The Commerce Department, which oversees the senses, has turned over some documents. But Democrats on the committee say many are heavily redacted and the files do not include two documents that were already leaked to the committee. Secretary Ross refused to release census documents last year and was held in contempt by the House and still faces a federal lawsuit for not complying with an earlier subpoena. Hanzee Lo Wang

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"hansi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:09 min | 7 months ago

"hansi" Discussed on KCRW

"All coming up in the next hour. First things news update. Lie from NPR news. I'm Laxmi saying the acting secretary of defense has just ended a news conference announcing a significant drawdown of military forces in Iraq and Afghanistan before President Trump leaves office without taking journalist questions. About whether the steps being taken to end a 19 year old war are happening too fast in Afghanistan, the Taliban and other insurgents are still staging deadly attacks. Acting Secretary Chris Miller issued a brief statement. January, 15th. 2021 R forces their size and Afghanistan. Will be 2500 troops are four size and Iraq will also be 2500 by that same day. This is consistent with our established plans and strategic objectives. Supported by the American people and does not equate to a change in U. S policy or objectives. National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien says the president hopes the remaining troops will all be home by May. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has reservations about this, saying quote a precipitous drawdown in Afghanistan or Iraq would be a mistake and quote The Census Bureau's internal watchdog group says it's looking into the quality of the results of the 2020 cents is NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reports the Trump administration's push to cut short the schedule for the national Head count. Has raised questions about the accuracy of the census numbers. Inspector General's office for the Commerce Department, which oversees the Census Bureau is conducting the evaluation of the census results. The first set of numbers are legally do by year's end. They're used to determine representation in Congress and in the Electoral College for the next 10 years. Ministrations has been pushing and get those numbers to President Trump during his current term in office and ensures Trump could have the opportunity to exclude unauthorized immigrants from the count. The Supreme Court is expected to issue a decision by December on whether Trump can do that. Si Lo.

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Cuomo to deploy National Guard troops to New York airports for COVID-19 enforcement

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00:51 sec | 8 months ago

Cuomo to deploy National Guard troops to New York airports for COVID-19 enforcement

"On there to rise in the number of people testing positive for the Corona virus around the country. New York is sending Mohr National Guard troops and police officers. In New York City's airports to help enforce travel restrictions. NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reports, state officials are worried about the coming Thanksgiving holiday going to New York's current guidelines. Travelers who have spent more than a day in a state that is not next to New York must provide a negative test before entering the state governor Andrew Cuomo says New York is increasing enforcement at airports to let people know that quote we're serious. You should not land. If you do not have proof of a negative test upon landing travelers With that proof are still required to quarantine for three days, Nick City's mayor is urging people to avoid how they travel and large family gatherings. Lindsay Lohan, NPR NEWS

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Census changes raise questions for states holding 2021 elections

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02:42 min | 10 months ago

Census changes raise questions for states holding 2021 elections

"Judges in New York aggressively questioned the Trump Administration today about its plan to exclude undocumented immigrants from the final census tally used to determine congressional seats and much more. The lawsuit against the president's memorandum, which came out in July, was filed by New York state on behalf of more than 20 other states as well. A cities like Chicago and immigrant groups to NPR's Hansi Lo Wong covers the census and he listened to the virtual hearing. Nancy. Thank you so much for joining us this afternoon. Thank you for having me. Jamie, can you remind us first? What the president's July memorandum actually says it calls for an unprecedented change. Toothy apportionment count. This is the set of census numbers used to determine how many seats each state gets once every 10 years that redistribution of congressional seats. The Constitution. 14th amendment specifically calls for the whole number of persons in each state to be included in that count. Resident trumps memo that he put out in July calls for unauthorized immigrants to be excluded from that count, and it specifically directs the Commerce secretary, Wilbur Ross, who oversees a Census Bureau to come up with information to provide to the president. That would allow the president to carry out that policy. Well, that gives us a bit of a sense of what went on in court today, but drill down on it a bit. What did each side argue? And how did the judges react? It was a fairly speedy hearing. But the main issue here the judges were trying to figure out how quickly and when. Exactly, they have to rule on this that the clock is really ticking. And these plaintiffs are arguing that they need a ruling as soon as possible because they say that this memo is already hurting ongoing census efforts and the trouble administrations attorneys with the Justice Department. They're arguing that The judges don't have to rush and that any decision should really wait until the president receives any information from the commerce secretary. But another part of the equation here is that the 2020 census forms have you taken a look at them? There's no question about a person's immigration status, so the Census Bureau has been collecting information for this year's count. Without knowing. What a person's immigration status is so judges were really pushing hard on the Justice Department attorney to explain Does this promise you should have a plan? Justice Barman said. No. Nothing definitive yet. There was really tough questioning, and it sounded like based on the questions that the judges were really skeptical of the Trump Administration's arguments. Well

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"hansi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:04 min | 10 months ago

"hansi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Trump's call to vote by mail and in person is raising fears of illegal double voting and to a restriction off his posts about that on Facebook. I'm Jamie Floyd. This is all things considered. Democrat Joe Biden travel few Kenosha, Wisconsin and talked about why he wants to defeat Donald Trump. If we have four more years, four more years of the exact same thing only gonna impact us for a couple of generations. Fighting also met today with the family of Jacob Blakemore this hour, and a federal court today heard arguments about Trump Administration's plan to exclude immigrants from the final census tally. Hansi Lo Wang listen to the hearing and joins us after news headlines. Live from NPR News. I'm Jack Spear. Former Vice President Joe Biden is in the battleground state of Wisconsin Today. Less than two weeks after a white Kenosha police officers shot Jacob Blake, a black man in the back, walking protests and violence there. My on silver with member station W. W M in Milwaukee, reports the states Republicans are calling Biden's interest in the unrest in Kenosha, entirely political This is Joe Biden's first trip to Wisconsin during the campaign on the itinerary, a visit with Jacob Lakes family, an attorney and a community meeting, But former Wisconsin governor Scott Walker is accusing Biden of ignoring Wisconsin until it was politically necessary. It's amazing that after you know two years Almost two years of being away from Wisconsin. It took these kind of riots to get a job in a show of President Trump visited Kenosha two days ago. He praised law enforcement and called the actions of protesters quote domestic terrorism. Wisconsin Democrats like US Senator Tammy Baldwin say. Unlike the President Biden is delivering a message of unity and healing for NPR news. I'm Ayan Silver in Milwaukee and his latest claim without evidence that the upcoming presidential election in November will be awash with fraud because so many people choose to vote by mail. President Donald Trump says people who vote early that way should also show up with the Poles and vote again. Their ballots haven't been counted. It's a slight walk back from earlier remarks where Trump urged people to vote twice to test the mail in system. Many people are playing to vote by mail as result of the Corona virus pandemic. North Carolina's attorney general Josh Stein, called the president's request. Quote, outrageous. York City's Maris threatening to sue the Trump administration if it moves ahead with President Trump's call to cut federal funding to Democrat lead cities. NPR's Honza Wang has more Resident. Trump issued a memo Tuesday that directs the head, the White House Office of Management and Budget issue guidance to the heads of other federal agencies on limiting certain cities. Eligibility for federal grants trumps memo targets what it calls quote. Anarchist jurisdictions and names. The New York City is a potential location, speaking to MSNBC Mayor Bill de Blasio pushback against the president's threat. He's going to find out that you know, either he'll try it and then we'll go to court. We'll beat him or, like so many of his other blustery threats. He's just going to let it go and help people forget about it in fiscal year 2017 federal grants for specific programs made of about 9% New York City's budget. Manziel along. NPR NEWS. New York Democrats and the Trump administration say they're taking a key step to avoid the possibility of a government shutdown in September 2 sides telling The Associated Press they've been formally agreed to keep a stopgap funding measure free of any controversy or conflict. Nation grapples with the Corona virus pandemic. Tech sector stocks have been big winners in recent weeks, but they turned sharply the other way. Today. The NASDAQ fell 598 points. You're listening to NPR. And this is WN Y C in New York. I'm Jamie Floyd. The NYPD says it will put more officers in communities with increased gun violence over the Labor Day weekend. New York City has experience more than a 150% increase in shootings this summer. Compared to last year. Chief of Department Terrence Monahan says the NYPD is recalibrating how it targets shooters after it disbanded its controversial plainclothes anti crime unit. In June. Monahan says those officers now work in uniform in close contact with field intelligence officers. It took us some time to reevaluate how we ran. Randy's patrol functions to get guns, but we're starting to reap the benefits of it. The increased police presence this weekend comes even without the West Indian Day parade and juvie celebration this year. Those events typically draw massive crowds but have been marred by several violent several violent incidents. In the past. Both events have been canceled due to Cove. It Many New York City teachers, say officials or neglecting students with disabilities and their plans to reopen the public schools. Lisa Pines is a special education art teacher and she testified in a City council hearing today. Many kids because of their disabilities will not be able to wear a mask. There is no safety plans for any of these classrooms to protect either the adults are the kids. Mine's also says she worries about students who require more hands on support from teachers and those who rely on buses to get to and from school officials say contacts contracts rather with bus companies are still being negotiated. And L train writers can now make calls and browse the Internet under the East River Governor Cuomo announced a TNT customers will be able to use their phones between First Avenue and Bedford Avenue. After the empty launched full connectivity in the tunnel. It's the first under the river tunnel in the system to receive compatibility. The work was done at the same time as the repairs for the L Train project agency officials were touting the move is a jump into the 21st century. Currently 84 degrees. It's partly.

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Census Workers Going Door-To-Door

Morning Edition

00:55 sec | 11 months ago

Census Workers Going Door-To-Door

"U. S Census Bureau is sending workers into more areas of the country. NPR's Hansi Lo Wang says they'll be knocking on doors of households that did not complete a 2020 census form either online by mail or over the phone. Roughly four out of 10 households nationwide have not yet participated in a constitutionally mandated headcount. Masked workers from the Census Bureau are heading out to neighborhoods in eastern Connecticut, southern Indiana, Bosa Kansas, Central, Pennsylvania and Northern Virginia, plus in and around Tacoma, Washington. Results of the count help determined amount of federal tax dollars each community gets for Medicare, Medicaid and other public services. Door knocking is set to start nationwide on August 11th But some census advocates are worried the Corona virus outbreaks could stop door knockers from making in person visits. That could result in major undercounts and affect federal funding and local representation over the next decade Long

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"hansi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"hansi" Discussed on KCRW

"Dorothea Lange's photographs it's six thirty five it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Rachel Martin we've heard a lot about how we need contact tracing if we're gonna move to the next phase in the corona virus outbreak in New York they are trying to make that happen public health officials there are looking to hire as many as seventeen thousand investigators for what could become one of the largest contact tracing programs for covert nineteen here's NPR's Hansi lo one in New York City after more than two months of covert nineteen ravaging New York and killing around twenty seven thousand people in the state public health workers are preparing to make a lot of phone calls that start like this I'm an official from the department of health I understand that you have a positive test for coronavirus only Henning is an epidemiologist who leads a public health program at former New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg's charitable foundation which says is committing more than ten million dollars to New York state's new contact tracing efforts if we don't start the context racing we're going to have to shelter in place for longer periods and I think that's something that most people are not wanting to do obviously and so the idea is to try to open as safely as possible and to do that officials with New York state's program say they need to call people who test positive for the corona virus if they can get tested as well as people with whom they are in close contact from two days before symptoms start to show and until the patient is isolated close contacts include anyone who for at least fifteen minutes was within six feet of a person who test positive if they've been in high risk locations like nursing homes or homeless shelters or other places where there's very high risk it allows public health to really zero in on those locations the key to contact racing is to collect information from people who may be infected as soon as possible it's especially important with a corona virus because some people who have it don't have symptoms your governor Andrew Cuomo says his state health department is trying to build up an army the he estimates so far is you need thirty contact races for every one hundred thousand people to start over the next few weeks hundreds of contact tracers with the state's program may be deployed to call around York after the undergo online training that includes video of actor showing how the contact tracing interview might play out since you were around someone who tested positive and there's a possibility that you're positive too we strongly recommend that you point to yourselves so I'm just back to staying at home alone without going anywhere yeah that's that's right New York City is providing free hotel rooms to anyone who tests positive and cannot self isolated home for two weeks still contact tracing has raised concerns about privacy Sir brown Steen who's the director with the city's health department says investigators with the city's own local efforts for covert nineteen would only share limited information with people who may have been in close contact with the person who test positive we would never mention a name it would be someone you know or someone you were in close contact with tested positive for rotavirus and you may have been potentially exposed Brunson says for now New York city's context research will not be using smart phones to try to track people's exact locations they're going to rely mainly on humans so far the city has received seven thousand applications four thousand contacts recent jobs including from Shawnee done call me loose I am a student from Brooklyn College and steady and health and nutrition science with a concentration on public health who says she used to make dozens of phone calls a day as a case manager for Haitian immigrant students enrolled in New York City schools and that she says could come in handy good thing is your wife to go sure because sometimes people don't want to share information with you like that you know what I mean for public health officials in New York though it's information they say they're counting on as you prepare for a possible second wave of the corona virus zero long NPR news New York the auto industry is returning to work Michigan's governor authorized General Motors Ford and Chrysler factories to restart with social distancing measures in place Tesla operates under different authorities in Fremont California and Tesla founder Ilan mosque is not happy that those local authorities have yet to change their guidance he defied those officials by saying he's going to reopen his factory anyway Camilla domonoske covers the car industry for NPR and she's on the line good morning good morning okay so did that the Tesla factory re open yeah a lot of people showed up for work yesterday the parking lot was full and then CEO Elon musk confirmed on Twitter that production had resumed although the county had not approved yet he said quote I will be on the line with everyone else if anyone is arrested I ask that it only beat me and I should note here the county has not been going around arresting people for violating the shelter in place order attending out warnings and citations for the most part well what our government officials saying about what musk did well Alameda county officials say that they have notified Tesla it cannot operate like normal yet and they hope that that will do the trick with no further enforcement they also really emphasize that there's a process for re opening businesses make a safety plan that the county approves and it's not that they have denied Tesla's request to reopen their working on approving a plan that just needs to be submitted and then given the okay and then there's the governor got that California governor Gavin Newsom is said that manufacturing can resume in California but it's up to individual counties to make good decisions about how and when that happens exactly yesterday he was asked about this and he praised the line must but he was also evidently surprised to Tesla is back in operation my understanding is when I walked up to the podium today that wasn't the case he says he's respecting the rights of local health officials to make decisions for their communities and he expects Tesla to be approved to re open as little as a week I guess this dispute is maybe a little less than it seems it's just about the exact day in the exact motive the re opening but hasn't there been tension between Ilan mosque and health officials in California for some time yeah when the pandemic began Tesla initially stayed open in defiance of the same local health officials and in the weeks since he's started calling the shelter in place order an assault on freedom here he is on a call with investors last month the retention of the shop her place or write the alkaloids forcibly imprisoning people in their homes against over constitutional rights but my opinion and breaking people's freedoms and ways that are hard won and wrong Tesla has sued the county over this delay is the is the the company thinks of it and reopening and musk has also threatened to move the company out of California over this which would be a a fairly extreme decision he seems to be making fairness argument run on fairness arguments saying that only Tesla is still shut down even as its rivals get going yeah I mean at this point Tesla is the only major carmaker in California other carmakers are in other jurisdictions covered by the rules plants in the south are open already and like you mentioned Ford General Motors and fiat Chrysler are looking to restart this coming Monday and this is this was paused for a while in part because the state of Michigan needed to give that approval also note you know a lot of businesses have been devastated by this pandemic and a lot of business owners are very frustrated by shut downs but if you listen to the executives of other car companies they're talking a lot about safety measures to reopen and Ilan musk is really remarkable in this emphasis on anger at the government and public health officials thanks for the update thank you I'm gonna ask this.

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1 in 5 New Yorkers May Have Had COVID-19, Antibody Tests Suggest

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00:53 sec | 1 year ago

1 in 5 New Yorkers May Have Had COVID-19, Antibody Tests Suggest

"Preliminary testing results suggest around one out of five people in New York City has been infected with the coronavirus and beers Hansi lo long reports the estimates come from preliminary results of the first round of New York state's antibody tests your state test around three thousand adults shopping a grocery stores and other locations preliminary results suggest the corona virus has infected close to fourteen percent of New York state residents including more than twenty one percent of those in New York City you're getting into Cuomo says he wants to see more testing this basically quantifies what we've been seeing anecdotally and what we have known but it puts numbers to it comma says so far the antibody testing has not involve Yorkers isolating at home or working essential jobs the governor says the city is trying to ramp up more testing in black in line next communities who have been disproportionately affected by the

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"hansi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"hansi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Correspondent Hansi lo **** who's based in New York and in pure science reporter Rebecca Hersher who's been reporting on the Alfredo Kansi Rebecca welcome to you both good to hear from you both thanks good evening Michelle our first question is from chef Jeremiah stone he co owns two restaurants in New York chef welcome my name's Cody anything I'm from South Pacific not that wasn't the chef chef right after my are you wearing hi are you good good well thanks for joining us well first of all can you just tell us a little bit about what you're up against during this pandemic yes so me and my partner have we on for businesses if the restaurants and then a wine shop with a partner Darryl on the Lower East Side neighborhood of New York City we we decided to close I think maybe two days before it was mandated from the exit restaurants to close and since then you know we have to lay off pretty much ninety five percent of our staff that's hard to do sorry about that and hello and I can actually hear it in your voice I know that's not easy to do because you know you work closely together and you care about the people do you have a question for us that we can answer yeah yes the the big question that that's on my mind and actually you know a lot of chefs and restaurant owners of the talking to is what the best you know thing to do in this in this time as I know like you know for us our restaurant is it's a bit of a of a luxury because it's it's a tasting menu and it's the higher price point but you know we've held off for about a little over a week on getting delivery and take out going and what kind of it would be really weighing the options between you know one of supplying our regular is the neighborhood people who who you know been coming the restaurants and and and have that services hospitality and generosity and also to keep our staff space and just kind of understanding you know are we doing the right we're we we put a bunch of steps in place and and precautions to make sure that you know the staff and south Korean team that you know they're all arriving in in private cars and and not taking public transit but you know just weighing between the two of you know trying to provide for potentially people's memories and well being versus other safety well thanks for the question chef and I'm going to ask our reporters to weigh in here and this has to be a question that's on the minds of it has to be what hundreds of thousands of people I mean restaurants are among the major small businesses in this country so Hansi Becky when you say yeah this is a very tough question facing a lot of new Yorkers right now especially because there is this executive order that your governor Cuomo signed and it's been in effect since Sunday night only restaurants the only restaurant that can stay open in the state are one seven declared essential and those are ones I do take out and delivery is which you know like for for businesses like Mr shows this is a very big change you know it's not clear how long this order will last how long other restaurants so we'll have to stay closer in this waiting period over the next three weeks in your cases of of covert nineteen could really peak the food situation it's really hard for business owners to plan in the long term and really think what's best for sustainability that could you have thought about the fact that some stones I have a question about whether take out moving to a takeout model is really a good idea yeah I think the issue is brought up are ones that I've heard a lot of restaurant owners concerned about I think he's right to really think about how his employees are getting to the restaurant whether he is asking them to put themselves at risk and if he is whether he has a good reason to do that and I think unfortunately there is there are no easy answers here I have talked to restaurant owners who have decided to close down entirely permanently because they can't switch over to a take out menu or they don't feel like they're in a position to see freedom calling on please right now there are others who have been able to do it and so I think I would I know it's a hard time but I would I applaud Mr stone for really thinking about these issues before he makes a decision I'm not sure that society but this we're in uncharted territory for all of us so you know thank you for calling and you know best of luck to you and we'll keep a part for you thanks so much traffic so let's answer some of your questions next we have Cody my name's Cody anything I'm from south bend Indiana and my question is why are we only seeing your numbers at work why are we not seeing the same jump in cases in other large cities the short answer is we don't know for sure but something to keep in mind is that testing right now for covert nineteenth is not uniformly available around the country and so it could be that because more testing is happening in New York we know about more cases in New York and no no then keep in mind about the numbers out of New York state about sixty percent of those numbers are coming specifically from New York City which is the most densely populated major U. S. city your twenty seven thousand people live per square mile in New York City and it's of course a major travel hub and new York's governor Andrew Cuomo is called New York you know Canary in a coal mine that this what's happening right now in New York is likely to repeat itself in other places and other seating you know California in other states and other cities coming up let's go to a question from a different part of the country this is Adam from New Orleans let's listen I was wondering where H. you mean that per capita numbers rather than raw numbers should be the most effective way to determine the impact of the fires on the community but is there a reason acts working in media look at raw numbers instead of per capita in the larger city like New York are sitting with a more normal infection rate going to spread the virus more than a smaller tourism center city with a higher infection rate like morons let's see who wants to answer that Becky Hans I'm not sure which he wants to aid them in their Michelle okay sounds yet I think it's really hard to compare infection rates right now in different parts of the country because again testing is not widespread enough but you're wrong numbers really do give us a sense of the scale and as we see numbers continue to climb here in New York no one then keep in mind that each new case may mean that hospitals need to prepare an extra bed or in extreme cases a ventilator and those are really really hot commodities right now there are not enough ventilators there are not enough beds and we're trying to track whether the you know the number of cases really match up with the resources that New.

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"hansi" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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03:53 min | 1 year ago

"hansi" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"As as he pack a inhaler used to ease breathing and the information that's commonly associated with cold and here's what I consider to be the secret weapon hi Hansi Corcoran this is a common antimalarial drug that has been used with great success in career in their fight against the coronavirus yeah and several other people I saw over the weekend we're talking about this you like what we should be doing this research yes you know what if this is as desperate as everybody says we throw everything gets alone he would stick we want people to die people dying anyway we're gonna get to do that a little bit later on is the disease worsen the cure it's very interesting I understand without you trying to do he's got to be a realist in this right he's got his letter trump has to be something different he's got to give people hope Hey you walk a fine line of of of telling people the truth and at the same time not doing it to the point where it's the media chaos and craziness was what we're seeing and yes this is a drug that the president mentioned the other day it is also the drug the doctor Anthony Fauci cautious about he said that evidence that the drug was promising is anecdotal and that is correct it means a lot of studies and it's only based on personal accounts will add my name to those personal accounts because I am feeling better I won't say that it's secure and I won't say definitively that you should go out and use it but what I will say is that I believe it was crucial to my recovery there you go was it who knows maybe has a placebo effect we don't know about with some people there's a very real body does a lot of crazy things body can do a lot of crazy things the mind can do a lot of crazy things people are in their fear the looking for hope as much as they're looking for for stability because with that hope comes stability I think we need to remind ourselves that every day right we need to remind ourselves every single day there is hope out there that we're gonna come through the other side of this that at the other side will be stronger better prepared for when something else comes along absolutely what we love the look back in six weeks ago wow we did a lot wrong we panicked a little bit too much at the end of the day we we we were lucky with the way that we handle things that is also a possibility could look back in six weeks and say well this thing has done things we never thought there is another possibility that but help people want hope especially in a time when the uncertainty is at a level we have never seen in our country never nine eleven wasn't as uncertain as this it wasn't on nine eleven the nation took a gut punch and we looked around and after coming out of the fog and the shock life got back to some normalcy rather quickly and then we were looking around this isn't like that this is much different and we're all in a position where we're feeling things in a much different way and we need to relax three two three five three twenty four twenty three at Chad Benson shows your Twitter tweet ME hope you had a good weekend again did nothing I rented the movie the Hans will talk about it later very interesting very very interesting I would say that was Hey if you don't know what it is it's it's it's satire in today's world of red and blue with the action little bit of violence but it was very very interesting three two three five three twenty four twenty three at Chad Benson shows your Twitter you probably a credit card you looking at me like I don't even know what to do at this moment in time with my credit right you you got decent credit you're worried about everything he had a bunch of credit card you pay ridiculous amounts of interest rates how about this talk to my friends at livestream it is.

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Census Bureau: No Middle Eastern Or North African Check Box

Morning Edition

03:09 min | 1 year ago

Census Bureau: No Middle Eastern Or North African Check Box

"Here in this country the twenty twenty census is rolling out nationwide this week now for decades the U. S. government has categorized people with roots in the Middle East or in North Africa as white despite an ongoing push from some advocates that is not changing for this year's census we're bringing you an updated report about the controversial decision first may two years ago here's NPR's Hansi lo one this scene kabbadi left Yemen as a young girl with her family seventeen years ago and after they settled in New York City she noticed that when you fill out an official form here in the U. S. they're always seem to be a question about race and ethnicity everywhere you can see when you go to a doctor will schools you always get this option and but he said she wasn't sure which check boxes for her honestly it was hard for me to pick I was like oh my god what should I push I put Asian or the other about he says because Yemen is on the continent of Asia she settled on Asian and when she can on form she writes in Arab but she says on the twenty twenty senses she would have like to mark a box for middle eastern or north African it should be there because they had many nationalities so why is not there is unbelievable in twenty eighteen the U. S. census bureau decided against adding a middle eastern or north African category now because officials said they need to do more research that disappointed Mohammed Barakat he works at the Arab American family support center based in Brooklyn every member is grappling with the race question as a first grader my parents came from Palestine I didn't really know English and so whenever there is paperwork I had to do it and on one of those forms I remember seeing white and then in parentheses anyone from the Middle East or North Africa which are the regions along with Europe that the U. S. government defines as white the better catch was perplexed he went to school in acid teacher if you could answer Asian is like well if you want to put a single had reading you should polite and so I went around asking other teachers and they all set your white your what I like but look at me that I can't says he doesn't look white and he's culturally not white but sometimes he marks white if he sees the Middle East and North Africa listed next to it or he looks for a box for others so we can write in Arab this makeshift way of answering surveys means that information about people with roots in the Middle East or North Africa is often hidden within data about other groups the fight right now is to say the category should be there because it will arrive at a better account Maya berry is the executive director of the Arab American institute which is trying to get a category added to the twenty thirty census form it's an issue that touches on a sensitive topic especially after president trump's travel bans against countries such as Iran Libya Syria and Yemen federal law prohibits the census bureau from releasing census responses identifying individuals for seventy two years but many in the middle eastern or north African communities in the U. S. worry about giving the federal government more personal information that's the burden that our communities had to they're trying to make a determination about do you advocate for the inclusion of a category or not Terry says getting a middle eastern or north African check box on the

Climate Change Threatens Alaska Census Count

Environment: NPR

04:46 min | 1 year ago

Climate Change Threatens Alaska Census Count

"Now News. to Alaska where some communities are on the front lines of the impact of climate change warming temperatures and thawing. Permafrost are forcing some Alaskan native villagers to look for firmer ground on which to live. And that's also making it harder to get an accurate population. Count for the twenty twenty cents in parts of the state. NPR's Hansi Lawan has been traveling to some of these remote areas for this report once a decade the US government's largest peacetime mobilization officially begins with a trek to the most northern state in the Union Census Bureau officials crossed the Tundra of Southwest Alaska by Bush plane last month to reach the fishing shing village of took Sook Bae Ba. I community in the country to be counted for the twenty twenty cents. Is You land on a strip of Ice Jessica Amazon she coordinates the bureau outreach to tribal governments in Alaska the airport terminal is essentially. It's not even building. It just hasn't mention their blocks the wind. And then you go go up to the actual village typically by snow machine after each villages counted census workers often hop back attack on a snow machine. Or if you're in the lower forty eight a snowmobile or sometimes into a dog sleigh to journey across miles of frozen ground and ice roads to reach the next village village temperatures in Alaska though have been heating up twice as fast as the global average making counting in some parts of the state more complicated we seen gene landmasses just disappear overnight and we're talking a big chunk Alan up twenty feet or so Romi caddy anti is a relocation coordinator for village northeast of took bay called new talk. Many residents. There have been forced out by erosion and rising waters that seep through floorboards and lead to black mold and homes. There are leaning telephone poles all over the village structures are beginning to fall from their foundation. Dacian the two thousand ten census counted just over three hundred fifty people. Living in new talk and the community has used that number to get its share of an estimated more than one and and a half trillion dollars a year in federal funding guided by Census Data Ba last fall a third of new talks residents relocated into new homes in mocked Avik. It's replacement village. That's on higher ground and this year. The Census Bureau is planning to count the community as to villages would separate population counts. So I asked Romi Taty Day. Hey what does that mean for. How much funding the community receives over the next decade? That's a very good question and a very scary question. There's gotta be a way Eh. For communities that spurious these kinds of threats to have additional funding in the transitionary period recent global warming and how slowed affect in coastal areas rivers and. It's not just one village in all the villages back in took set bank tribal administrative Robert. Pit Gus says. Climate change brings a particular challenge to Alaska native villages that rely on funding tied to their census numbers. What are you worried about about over the next ten years? I'm just worried that there may be lack of funding to fix all kinds of erosion occurring in many villages indescribable for Diana Turkic. It was partly forseeable. Turkic is the operations manager for the took base of regional clinic. And she's worried about the ice road. Other villages rely on to get to took suck base health clinic and research winters. It's sometimes been too warm to drive over a nearby river it hasn't frozen Over and it's made it more typical to get seen over here so they rely on. Claims Moore Turkic says the rising temperatures reminder of what you elders have long predicted and she wonders census workers who often have to use ice roads to get around may encounter a vastly different Alaska by the next count in twenty thirty. The way things are going. Maybe they won't maybe they will not have winter. That's like so many years from now and I just don't know Romi Cayenne Tei says in new talk. Many residents are not waiting to see what else climate change brings. There are so many people that are scared about the weather so a lot of people have been seeking shelter with their relatives all over the region. So you're GonNa see that census number drop a little bit ten years from now though. County wants to see new talks community reunited on solid ground in their new village of mocked Avik population. Three hundred fifty by the twenty thirty cents is he hopes or maybe even higher

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New York Synagogue Attack: The community responds to recent violence

Morning Edition

05:28 min | 1 year ago

New York Synagogue Attack: The community responds to recent violence

"Five people were injured this weekend after man attacked them while they were celebrating Hanukkah at the home of the his CITIC rabbi in Muncie New York Muncie is a suburb northwest of the city and your sons the low one went to Muncie yesterday and he's on the line now from New York City come morning Hansi the morning well so this suburb Muncie is home to a big Jewish community I know you are on about yesterday talking to people what did they tell you I talked to folks who live on the same street of that home of their rabbi where the attack occurred lot of people feeling very vulnerable after the attack and are very concerned about their personal safety is a community that's been talking about how to defend themselves for weeks on for months this is thinking the poor people are thinking about the recent attacks not just in from this weekend but also the recent shootings at a kosher grocery store in Jersey city New Jersey the left people dead and and also folks are thinking about volunteering with their neighborhood street patrols and some were even thinking of getting licensed to carry firearms in order to defend themselves right what do we know about the five people who were injured in this attack how are they doing well near governor Andrew Cuomo told NPR that as of Sunday evening two of the five victims were in critical condition one with skull fractures they survived an attack in which in the attack apparently used a long machete looks like a sword and that people inside of this home to furniture at the attacker try to fend for themselves and ultimately the tanker try to go next door to a synagogue but it was locked this story is developing as we would expect and will continue developed to develop over the next few days but I wonder about the suspect in this case what do we know about this man so far what are people saying police identified him as graft in Thomas and he has pleaded not guilty to attempted murder and burglary charges and his family has released a written statement through his attorney and time just family has said that quote was raised in a home which embraced and respected all religions and races and that he has quote no known history of anti semitism the families asked the attorney Michael Sussman to request a mental health evaluation because they say that Thomas has a long history of mental illness and hospitalizations and times is due back in court this Friday okay and here's Hansi low long from New York country thanks so much you're welcome the attacker in yesterday's attack was arrested in Harlem in New York City which is about thirty miles away from Monsey New York City is home to the largest population of Jewish people outside of Israel so what is the city doing to protect Jewish communities there I'm online now with new York's mayor bill de Blasio good morning Mister mayor good morning have you talked to anyone in Muncie New York I've talked to so many people in your community of New York City who are very very close to their colleagues in Muncie is that it's a very tight relationship it's not that far away Susan a surge of anti semitic attacks in New York governor Cuomo says there been at least thirteen in the state since December eighth then there was that horrific attack in New Jersey on the kosher grocery store in New York City specifically Mister mayor what are you doing about this well we we consider the crisis really there is a growing antisemitism problem in this whole country is taking a more more violent forms we are doing three things in particular with this is what I announced to the committee SA I stood with community leaders of all different communities who who stood in solidarity with the Jewish community in Brooklyn yesterday so one piece of course is very physical and media intensified NYPD presence police presence along with things like security cameras will be putting into key locations in the community additional light towers so that people know that there's eyes on the situation that there's clear vigilant to prevent attacks we have made a habit when the Jewish community is attacked anywhere in the world to reinforce key to use community locations in New York City board do it now on a much bigger scale but typically in Brooklyn where we think the most important vulnerabilities are second is an effort to bring together a variety of communities incoming calls with the Jewish community can unity safety coalitions we call them and this will be in key neighborhoods where you'll see type of committee patrol but it will be multi ethnic on purpose it will be people of different backgrounds warding off attacks the connecting vertically with young people and we had a problem with some is this is for young people acting on anti semitism sometimes without a great ignorance we want the people of all different communities intervening connect with young people stopping these attacks before they happen and then lastly is the education piece the equation again focused on young people in our school starting when school comes back in a few days of intensive I curriculum focusing on anti semitism and the danger that is created by hate and how any acts of hate ultimately are not only destructive unto themselves when they come back there for all communities and that domino affect and he just breeds more hate and more violence that's what we need to teach our young people you were talking about some very concrete steps there I want to ask you something my colleague Kansi low one who I was on the line with just before you he was in Muncie yesterday he talked to a man named laser Klein this is what the man told him I

"hansi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"hansi" Discussed on KCRW

"Line now from New York City come morning Hansi the morning well so this suburb Muncie is home to a big Jewish community I know you are on about yesterday talking to people what did they tell you I talked to folks who live on the same street of that home of the rabbi where the attack occurred lot of people feeling very vulnerable after the attack and are very concerned about their personal safety is a community that's been talking about how to defend themselves for weeks on for months this is thinking the poor people are thinking about the recent attacks not just in from this weekend but also the recent shootings at a kosher grocery store in Jersey city New Jersey the left people dead in and also folks are thinking about volunteering with their neighborhood street patrols and some were even thinking of getting licensed to carry firearms in order to defend themselves right what do we know about the five people who were injured in this attack how are they doing well near governor Andrew Cuomo told NPR that as of Sunday evening two of the five victims were in critical condition one with skull fractures they survived an attack in which in the attack apparently used a long machete looks like a sword and that people inside of this home through furniture at the attacker trying to fend for themselves and ultimately the attacker try to go next door to a synagogue but it was locked this story is developing as we would expect and will continue to fail to develop over the next few days but I wonder about the suspect in this case what do we know about this man so far what are people saying police identified him as graft in Thomas and he has pleaded not guilty to attempted murder and burglary charges and his family has released a written statement through his attorney and time just family has said that quote was raised in a home which embraced and respected all religions and races and that he has quote no known history of anti semitism the families asks the attorney Michael Sussman to request a mental health evaluation because they say that Thomas has a long history of mental illness and hospitalizations and times is due back in court this Friday okay and your sons a little long from New York country thanks so much you're welcome the attacker in yesterday's attack was arrested in Harlem in New York City which is about thirty miles away from Monsey New York City is home to the largest population of Jewish people outside of Israel so what is the city doing to protect Jewish communities there I'm online now with new York's mayor bill de Blasio good morning Mister mayor good morning have you talked to anyone in Muncie New York I've talked to so many people in your community of New York City who are very very close to their colleagues in Muncie is that it's a very tight relationship it's not that far away there's been a surge of anti semitic attacks in New York governor Cuomo says there been at least thirteen in the state since December eighth then there was that horrific attack in New Jersey on the kosher grocery store in New York City specifically Mister mayor what are you doing about this well we we consider the crisis really there is a growing antisemitism problem this whole country it is taking a more more violent forms we are doing three things in particular with this is what I announced to the committee SA I stood with the community leaders of all different communities who who stood in solidarity with the Jewish community in Brooklyn yesterday so one piece of course is very physical and media intensified and white PD presence police presence along with things like security cameras will be putting into Q. occasions in the community additional life powers so that people know that there's eyes on the situation that there's clear vigilance to prevent attacks we have made a habit when the Jewish community is attacked anywhere in the world to reinforce key to use community locations in New York City board do it now on a much bigger scale but typically in Brooklyn where we think the most important of all abilities are second is an effort to bring together a variety of communities incoming calls with the Jewish community can unity safety coalitions we call them and this will be in key neighborhoods where you'll see type of committee patrol but it will be multi ethnic on purpose it will be people of different backgrounds warding off attacks the connecting vertically with young people and we had a problem with some is this is for young people acting on antisemitism sometimes without a great ignorance we want the people of all different committees intervening connect with young people stopping these attacks before they happen and then lastly is education piece of the equation again focused on young people in our school starting when school comes back in a few days of intensive I curriculum focus sing on antisemitism and the danger that is created by hate and how any acts of hate ultimately are not only destructive unto themselves when they come back to hurt all communities and that domino effect and he just breeds more hate and more violence that's what we need to teach our young people you were talking about some very concrete steps there I want to ask you something my colleague Cantillo one who I was on the line with just before you he was in Muncie yesterday he talked to a man named laser climb this is what the man told him I would say.

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Trump abandoned the citizenship census question, yet thousands still have to answer it

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00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Trump abandoned the citizenship census question, yet thousands still have to answer it

"A federal judge in New York is permanently blocking the trump administration from adding a citizenship question to the twenty twenty U. S. census still as N. P. R.'s Hansi low long reports the census bureau is sampling public reaction to the question around a quarter million households have been randomly selected to complete twenty nineteen census test forms with a citizenship question some senses advocates are worried the testing will confuse the public the census bureau had said that it will continue testing public reaction through mid August even after was confirmed that the question will not appear on twenty twenty census forms last week president trump said his administration is relying on government records instead of the question citizenship information based on those records could be used by state officials to draw voting districts in a way that a GOP strategist concluded with politically benefit Republicans and non Hispanic white people until along NPR news

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Department of Justice shakes up team handling 2020 census-related cases

Latino USA

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Department of Justice shakes up team handling 2020 census-related cases

"The justice department says is appointing a new team of lawyers to find a way to add a citizenship question on the twenty twenty census is expected to file court papers today to make the change NPR's Hansi along reports any new changes to the census form now could jeopardize preparations for the upcoming national head count printing has started for census forms that do not include this question is this person a citizen of United States the Supreme Court has kept it off for now but the justice department says it may make a filing soon to the court with a new reason for adding the question this legal uncertainty could throughout the final preparations for the constitutionally mandated head count which determines how many congressional seats each state gets meanwhile the trump administration is fighting off re opened allegations that by adding the citizenship question ministration officials intended to discriminate against immigrant communities of color in Maryland a federal judge's allowing plaintiffs to start questioning administration officials under oath soon on the long

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"hansi" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"hansi" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Because he is crap. I don't know how he he has a job. There is a couple of years ago in Miami kimbro was on the mound in a. WBZ game against the Dominican. And he's he literally called a ball that was halfway into the right handed batters box a strike, and like almost blew the guy up like you're out. Straight to anyway. But yeah, he's he's terrible. And it's not like for me. You know, I give a lot of empires benefit of the doubt. Not when I'm in the game. Because it's like they have more, you know, safe. But now in seeing how they do things. But. He doesn't for me. Hansi Buckner to me are two guys that are so bad that I don't understand how they're making like some of the most critical calls in playoff games. I don't I don't get it. I mean, don't they get graded? It's based on seniority. Right. It's based on a grade. And that's how you get to the playoffs. Right. Yes. Yes. And some of these guys you're just going to wait. I I watched like two game. I've had conversations with Montague. And he's he's the best. I wish he was still like doing games because he he talked to me the whole time, and we will talk, and then, you know, now have a relationship with them and talking to him. And he goes these guys get graded out there like ninety five percent right during games on him. Right. It's a four thing. He's blown three calls. And like I said that one wasn't in. It wasn't even. Where's the umpiring again? Right. Yankees Red Sox. Exactly where. Field. First base first base. I mean other than home plate. That's I mean, that's it's massive massive series. And here this guy is a fourth inning. He's was three calls. Magic. Or before replay. Ball was like it was it was like halfway to first days..

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Sessions backs Rosenstein and rebukes GOP for attacks on DOJ

Indivisible

03:37 min | 3 years ago

Sessions backs Rosenstein and rebukes GOP for attacks on DOJ

"Surly as October NPR's Hansi. Lo Wong reports US district. Judge Jesse Furman wrote in his opinion that the decision to add the citizenship question may have been motivated by quote, discriminatory, animus and decision was made by commerce, secretary Wilbur Ross overseas. A census he has said the Justice department initiated the requests for the question to better enforce the Voting Rights Act, but internal emails released as part of the lawsuits show that Ross wanted to add the question soon after he took over the Commerce Department and Ross did show by overruling warnings about the question from the census bureau still judge Furman did note that the commerce secretary does have broad authority over the census. The plaintiffs he wrote quote, may not ultimately be able to prove that he exercised that authority in an unlawful manner. Ozzy Lewan NPR news, new York Attorney General Jeff Sessions is defending his deputy rod Rosenstein, Philip Martin of member station w. g. b. h. reports sessions used an appearance in Boston today to stand by Rosenstein who's facing an. Impeachment effort by House Republicans rod Rosenstein overseas special counsel Robert, Muller's, Russia investigation would sessions recused themselves from, last year Rosenstein has. Been a target of criticism from President Trump and House Republicans with members of the house freedom caucus looking to push, the deputy g. out of office over what they say has been a lack of cooperation in their counter investigation of the Muller probe but sessions applauded Rosenstein and urge congress to focus on the border instead my deputy rod Rosenstein is highly capable I have the highest confidence in him sessions was in town. To announce the arrest of, unauthorized immigrants accused of fraud and other crimes I'm Phillip Martin for NPR news in Boston. Vice-president Pence is demanding, Turkey release an American pastor who is now under house arrest accused, of supporting a failed coup two years ago release pastor Andrew Brunson now or be prepared to face the consequences Brunson was held in Jail for nearly. Two years President Trump is, threatening sanctions encore, calls the, threat unacceptable, this is NPR from k. q. e. d. news. I'm Jeremy Siegel governor Jerry Brown is declaring a state of emergency in Mariposa county due to the, massive wildfire there the blazes forced Yosemite officials to close Yosemite valley and the won't area of the park until Sunday you're seventy spokesman Scott Gettleman says the evacuation, of the parks most popular area will likely have a significant financial. Impact, on a busy typical summer day like. Today we'd have over three hundred campsites Paul up campers we'd have all the hotels and lodges Paul, restaurants given the fact that none. Of that is happening is both an economic. Impact in an impact to the, visitors the Ferguson fire has now scorched more than, forty three thousand acres and it's twenty seven percent, contained the Muny system in San Francisco is experiencing a high level. Of delays and cancellations This summer because the agency hasn't kept up with driver training. Needs that's according to a, report from the San Francisco. Examiner here's reporter Joe FitzGerald Rodriguez there were transit. Planners who. Knew hey. We're buying new trains we're buying new buses and we're gonna shut down one hundred year old. Twin peaks tunnel for two months and run buses instead the transit division sought common and yet the. Training division it. Just didn't gel they didn't train enough people, in time and now there's a shortage about Rigas says things may improve when the twin. Peaks tunnel reopens at the end of next month but some..

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"hansi" Discussed on She Didn't Text Back Podcast

She Didn't Text Back Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"hansi" Discussed on She Didn't Text Back Podcast

"I was like oh thank you thank goodness dying but one win this is the one chris brown and soldier boy we're going to going to fight i've never wanted a fight so bad high allow it doesn't matter who wins it doesn't matter who wins it's just like it's it's pure entertainment you want every punch chris brown would a woukd hansi would ask oh my god like i wanna see that's what i'm saying is wrestling it's really wrestling like back when i was out on watching now even the mike tells me it's even crazier and it's like three hours long and it's three times a week or some shit like that but wrestling has always been like the your big allowed yeah you don't give a fuck you come out to this bad ass song in front of one hundred thousand people going crazy and you just just on these mother fuckers and if they it's a narrative show if they write you to be the winner because they see that the audience starting to like you whatever that's it you're the start doesn't matter if you're a good wrestler not about the character and that's what this is about i also think rap is so similar to anime hits it's like everyone's like i'm the best i'm the best hold on it's one of my hope you can't begin calls oh you mother i'll get back to that person later but yeah yeah i love it for that aspect and is just like one piece lucy i want to be the king of the pirates i want to be the king of the rap let's just need.

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"hansi" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"hansi" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Five three nine six now before we get started let's go to our mystery success quote emma remember at the end of the show if you think you know who made the quote colin we're going to celebrate your life on the air so get ready here's the quote we are all broken and that's how the light gets in now who wrote and make that statement i it's test colin now back doors special guests nancy nelson is an author she's written two books blueberry river apple and blue river apple second harvest second harvest thank you so much and hansi are really roy appreciate that nancy to give you some background she was self employed an independent contractor in the world of insurance she was a dynamic leader executive and for ten years this is what you did nancy is a firm believer first and foremost that dementia translate translate to a private mine having his key committing his is key hope is paramount by helping you she helps herself so now without further ado to listen to this incredible iconic woman's story and how.

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"hansi" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"hansi" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Phones and ansi ism tarzana next call hansi hi michio thanks for hanging on what can i do for helping my better lowered oh my gosh i so sorry you very patient thank you anyway what i wanted to ask you to know what about the difference between uh echo and the gugo home i have an an early and i would also in a diet for my kids and they have i owe so that doesn't matter although because you have android you might know a little bit more about what the echoed uh the go home does cause essentially the gugel home is the same thing as the glue assistant in your android fond you ever talk to your android fun uh and little yeah yeah you say you know you say okay go rule and ask you a question that's basically the exactly the same as the google hall so anything you it's a good way to practices see if it's useful there is a significant difference and capabilities amazon's echo came out two years before ghulam did the idea is basically the same their little little device with a speaker and a and a what they call it a ray microphone six or seven or sometimes even more microphones that are designed for picking up your voice even at a distance so you can talk across the room to it in their very accurate they both have trigger words a hey google are okay will for the goodwill home f for the amazon echo there's a variety of them including alexa echo oh amazon and computer you get to choose so you say the trigger word and then uh depending on how you said it sometimes they go blue sometimes they don't you can have it either way and then you speak usually i just will say onesentence i will say.

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"hansi" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"hansi" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"You want to hear about the stock market you have one choice in portland the money station am 1410 kbnp i've been travelling around i i don't see people dying it's look to the doctors they fifty three patients in the hip a person who is septic the nobody dying i i wonder who i the continue right if you don't get faith for seven days and your child's are so you wish you had characterized that a little more it is i senate the way it is utter hansi correct drives anything i in any way that is not the reality that is the truth he who has eyes we'll be able to see it he who has an open heart we'll be able to feel it does that two thirds of the blinded sue injustice that's there is should i have no time for that our which are listening to of the mirotic musings of san juan mayor carmen ulan crews who's just been caught in a big fat lie and is responding with tear sherry measures because she can't handle the primary one classic sofas three that's what you have gone on your folks ever years alan nathan the militant moderate once again this is the waste is for those who have an aversion to the left right black white twodimensional approach and the reality is while the governor of puerto rico and virtually all the other mayors in puerto rico have been praising trump for his maria response the leftback media for whatever reason is behind this dumb ass a san juan bear carmen you cruz who was caught redhanded lying out of her back side she's been insisting that people are dying all over the place left right and centre over an all people are dying all over the place and what she's caught in that law she uses a series of word association bridges to try to characterize ally as truth noncompliances compliance falsehood is accuracy come on i it cannot be done in this case she's trying to characterize uh try up as if it were failure because again virtually everybody else throughout puerto rico of of any official capacity even.

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"hansi" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"hansi" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Have you made any progress with this weirdness to find out why in what the root of it is well i mean i really doubt not every i don't know waving a tell me i have found hansi then had pocket a few kind time without and i need to feel that he why keating and came up with the hope pen excu and now clamping panties picked people i oh i just i lost your question you have to help me out four months later do you think your husband cheating on you it in the back of my head down that there aren't i made of renault 100 percent the co guard down this crew i am i'm trying to think back in their new but i'm trying to think there are new but i'm trying to think back dean we need think he was not cheating you just had this we're better yeah and now you actually think he's still may be well i may be married to the world's greatest fire would you haven't made any progress since argue man it sounds like it's only got into wars since we talk to you consider how things really and and i and there's no railing on getting into that it doesn't rely on an incredible i i i'm sorry that no progress has been made here would be my view on this and that is disgrace then you still don't have what you think gert sounds like to me peace of mind trust clarity and you can it's been four or five months you cannot go on for the rest of your life living in that space so you're gonna have to make a decision either going to believe we've him that he's not cheating or you're not going to believe him and you've got to make a move you cannot just stay in this area of unknowing is not fair to your soul kristan it's just nine all right well i'm gonna let you stay on hold for second and put you in two patti couple of thought so we have but that's really those are the headlines for me this is not good for you you're so so you've got you've got to make a pickup path either he's not cheat he's got this were fetish and i can live with it or i don't trust him but there's no in.

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"hansi" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"hansi" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Now e you see obviously cancelled it two thousand eleven through two thousand seventeen now they said it's not political they said it's happily dicle motivate were you think of that no no they're not taken off even though it's the abc's as second most watched comedy but they're not you know and that's that's the sad thing with with the concern over the conservative shore because that's how i go look amazed at what i think my dad you said pictures of ronald reagan around you know now wayland hansi but he but i i mean a lot of his grew up with conservative families work hard save money you will do the things you're supposed to do invest wisely in some how that's been thrown out the window what do you think of that yeah the first second with our ronald reagan was actually in the in the room with us hill enhancing there was a it was pretty good yeah so again you know it it it's down to you taking control of of what you have you know if if you're letting somebody else do this for you then you can't complain if you're not getting the returns of the results you wanna you know we have a lot of people that come into our workshops that realized that there is a gap between where they want to be from an income standpoint or from a retirement standpoint we can help them bridge that bridge that gap uh most of the people that come in end of trading something that they have never heard of before have no idea what you know what the asset is uh for example the foreign exchange market futures options but those are the assets that the professionals are trading and they're making a lot of money trading those assets regardless of what the position of the market is that's how you become defensive and offensive at the same time and if you want to really be consistently profitable you have to learn how to do those uh you know the politics is always going to have an impact i think on on the market and what what happens to us economically but i like the idea of.

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"hansi" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"hansi" Discussed on KOMO

"Facts turned to the people could trust i've of what i'm hansi barrick i'm jeff pohjola i'm rick van cise stay connected stay informed komo news 1000 fm 97 7 this is komo news stay connected stay informed this is 20 minutes of nonstop news traffic on the fours the home of the huskies this is komo news authorities say as many as one hundred people were inside of a tractor trailer found in a parking lot in san antonio texas nine of them have died several others have lifethreatening injuries all were victims of ruthless humansmugglers indifferent to the wellbeing of their fragile cargo u s attorney richard durbin he says those responsible will be brought to justice on twitter president trump described the russia probe as the floatie rushing witchhunt meanwhile the white house press secretary sarah sanders on abc's this week said the media's paying too much attention to the russia's story there's a ton of focus on what i like to call russia favour which is a the total laid out story about the president trying to take away the legitimacy of his victory in november 30s and china have dropped charges against that american college student who was arrested there for reportedly injuring a taxi driver during an argument and dunkirk led the weekend box office earning more than fifty million dollars at its day abo ryan clark abc news stay connected stay informed this is komo news 330 while you're in seattle thank you for being with us i mark christopher urged asia black is our technical director now top local stories makoma twenty four seven news center bought at the nation's toughest distracted driving laws is now right here in a state of war washington in washington state it is now illegal to even hold your phone while driving the only thing that's allowed is a single tap or swipe on amounted mobile device when governor jay inslee signed a bill into law earlier this year he vetoed what would have been a year and a half delay put the number of our family members died because of distracted driving i think it's great that were act here on is in addition to cell phones smoking eating and putting on makeup are also banned but those are secondary offenses jeff pohjola komo news the father of.

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