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01:36 min | 2 years ago

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"The program. Stick around for that Holly Adams is checking traffic right now across southern California. I'm looking at a map that shows Sunset Boulevard is closed right now for the president's visit to personal residential home in Beverly Hills. So we've got a closure sunset what is between Benedict canyon or even further east than that. Right now has d-actually. Oh four. Oh fuck. Yes. And it's also looks like it's closed at on Barrington and sunset. So they're diverting traffic of that area. If you were heading. Say eastern set it looks like you're gonna be having to go south on Barrington. So Wilshire one way to navigate through that writers, kind of Santa Monica boulevard. No. But they're horrible. I know I'm just trying to give some options that are open right Olympic boulevard. You can even dip to Venice boulevard. Pico boulevard seems to be the best choice out of all of. All right. Yes. Duly noted in the four oh five is open at this point. But won't be for long. No, he's going to get your travel done now or wait. Now, if you're not on the west side in Elision park right now in the northbound one ten at the five, they just cleared a Sigler. They're all lanes are now open from an earlier crash in traffic is recovering. Suppression traffic is recovering support for NPR comes from Twentieth Century, Fox entertainment with vice directed by Adam McKay, certain Christian bale, Amy Adams, skeeve Carell and Sam Rockwall now available in digital and Blu Ray and DVD entire rack of the past forty years tirec remained committed to helping people find the right tires wheels and performance parts, tirerack dot com. Helping drivers find.

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08:41 min | 2 years ago

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"Holly Adams right now. Again, look update on the road. Tila, holly. Hello, we now have a Sigler in Hawthorne on the eastbound one of five before prairie avenue. A crash is blocking the carpool lane, and you are stopped from Nash street also in west LA northbound four zero five of Santa Monica boulevard, we have a collision with a motorcycle. That's taking the carpool and two left lanes. Adding to that busy stretch, right? They're going over getting ready to go over the past Holly Adams, I know you. You have a lot of choices. Thanks for taking us along this evening as we move on with the news on KCRW five thirty five from NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish. And Elsa Chang. A number of legal experts are taking issue with attorney general Bill bars conclusion that President Trump did not obstruct Justice Barr declared this finding on page three of the four page letter that he delivered to congress yesterday about the Muller investigation special counsel, Robert Muller, specifically left unresolved the issue of whether President Trump obstructed Justice. So the question now is how did bar draw a conclusion within forty eight hours that Moeller did not after twenty two months? One of the lawyers raising that question is Neal Katyal a former acting solicitor general, welcome. Thank you so toes. I why is obstruction of Justice a difficult charge to prove section of Justice requires a corrupt intent and presumably Muller has been valuating. The last twenty two months did Donald Trump act with a corrupt intent fire Jim Komi, namely to stymie the Russia investigation. What was it done for other reasons? Remember, Donald Trump? I said he did it because Komi had been fair to Hillary Clinton, which obviously nobody believed. And now, it's you know, I think everyone agrees that Russia had something to do with it. Now, the question is was the recouped intent on the firing Comi dot is a very fact read in inquiry and something that would be surprising for anyone to result in a month or two let alone forty eight hour. Another reason that bars sites that supports why he found. No, obstruction of Justice is because there was no evidence that the president was involved in an underlying crime conspiracy with Russia is that settled law that when there isn't an underlying crime. There can't be obstruction. I don't think even attorney general bar quite made that argument that if there's no underlying crime cannot be. Obstruction? You said it might be a factor in that is the most of the law says, and certainly is prosecution after prosecution of obstruction of Justice cases in which there hasn't been NANDA relying crime. But someone has an affair is intent and tries to stymie an investigation. But did you get the sense in the letter that bar Wade, the fact that there was no underlying crime in determining that there was no corrupt intent on President Trump's part to obstruct Justice. The letter certainly says that that is one factor, but it is striking to me that a prosecutor could ever reach the determination. But there is no corrupt intent without even bothering to try to in Turkey subject of the person who's intent trying to evaluate now bar rights that many of the president's actions that go to this question of did he obstruct Justice that those actions took place in public view. Why should that matter? I don't think the fact that something occurs in public or in private matters at all. To obstruction of Justice. I mean, if I publicly threatened the prosecutor who's investigating me. I don't think it'd be a particularly compelling defense to say, oh, I did it in public. I mean, it also suggests that bar is noting. There were certain actions taken by the president in private that could arguably be deemed problematic. I'm so glad you raised on outside. Because in bars letter is an oblique reference to the fact that there have been other parts of the obstruction of Justice investigation involving Donald Trump conduct. That has not yet been made public the American people don't know what that is the congress doesn't know what that is. Then you, and I don't know what that is. You would be incredibly premature for the president to claim total exoneration when you have a line like that in the ball report. I mean, why even weigh in as the attorney general did on this question of obstruction rather than just leave it up to congress entirely one way of understanding what Robert Mueller Jim by not deciding wants to leave it up to congress be attorney general bar just grabbed it for. So instead, I guess you decide this. I think one of the reasons we have to see Muller court is to know what Muller actually thought about that was he reading it up to congress. Where did he think the attorney general could go and reach such a determination himself? So if you get your hands on them. The report what is the thing that you are most going to be looking for if I don't my hands on the motor court. The thing. I'd wanna see is what are the reasons why barmaid made the conclusion about obstruction of Justice that he did wasn't it. Because of the facts if so why didn't he try and interview Trump is it the law if so is this really a legal interpretation of the obstruction of Justice statute that anyone besides barberie. Neil caught y'all teaches law at Georgetown University. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you. It's been a pleasure. The community of parkland, Florida is reeling from the news that two young people have died on Friday nineteen year old Sydney ILO was buried five days after she died by suicide ILO was a senior at Marjory stoneman Douglas last year at the time of the mass shooting a day later, another student died, the high school sophomore whom authorities haven't identified apparently took his life NPR's. Greg Allen reports from parkland people in parkland, call it a close knit community one that pulled together after the tragedy. These new deaths are new trauma to community. That's hurting. Absolutely heartbreaking. Ryan Pettis the father of Elena petty a freshman killed in the high school shooting following the new deaths post to his Twitter account read seventeen plus two with a broken heart. This is something that we recognized with the possibility early on and tried to drive awareness. I'm hoping that as a community, we we we we now recognize the threat is very real. It's impossible to. Exactly what led these two young people to take their lives. Sydney was close friends with metabolic one of the students killed in the attack. Her parents say she struggled with survivor's guilt shortly after her graduation. She shared a post about suicide prevention on our Facebook page with a hashtag asking for help is not a weakness less, Gordon. A family therapist who counsel students and former students of Marjory stoneman. Douglas, high school says survivor's guilt is a problem for many of his clients. They wonder why they're alive and their friend is not why her family can continue to grow. And liz. And make a wife, and why this other family can't they just feel terrible on Sunday. School officials mental health professionals parents and others held an emergency meeting on how to respond to the suicides and reach others may be at risk. All right. Thank you. Shopping center just a mile from the high school today. Volunteers were moving in furniture and supplies for health and wellness center for the community. It was supposed to open there about a month director, Sarah Frankel says because of the suicides. It's opening ahead of schedule. Now with a critical message. Well, we're asking parents to do is on a daily basis to sit down with their children who are middle and high school age and asked them if they have any thoughts of dying are any thoughts of suicide and hurting themselves the wellness center dubbed eagles haven after the Marjory stoneman Douglas, high school mascot is being funded by department of Justice grant and is modeled after similar programs. Started after school shootings in Columbine. And sandy hook Frankel says besides being available through the drop in center counselors are reaching out to students and others affected by the tragedy to connect them. With therapists, Ryan petty says following the death of his fourteen year old daughter Elena, he and his family have seen counselors, and it's helped, you know, we're not there yet. We have good days when we have bad days, but I can. Just tell everyone how important it is to seek help. And for those that were concerned about, you know, friends, family neighbors students, let's help them get the help that they need. That's that's my message to everyone today, therapists, say more than a year after the tragedy only a fraction of those affected by the shootings have sought counseling. The recent suicides a reminder, they say that for many the trauma still fresh and healing requires help breakout. One NPR news parkland, Florida, we wanna pause here to note and say that suicide is preventable. If you're in crisis.

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01:58 min | 2 years ago

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"This program. The seven thirty seven max eight and nine that have been grounded in the United States. You're gonna hear more about that decision. Coming up what went into the skit Sison, and what some pilots are saying about it as well. Stick around all things considered yours and just a few minutes. Holly Adams right now, looking at the roads of southern California on a Wednesday turning into Wednesday evening. What's happening Holly? Well, the westbound one eighteen just west of the one seventy a couple of car slam together now blocking the carpool lane and also on the southbound four or five of Carson, it looks like we have a vehicle stuck in the center divider, and that's a slow right already. All right. A slow ride. Those aren't words that we want to hear. But we're going to help you through it as we move on. With the news. We'll have traffic and weather all ahead on KCRW four eighteen now. This is marketplace, I'm KAI Ryssdal of the common macroeconomic refrains in this country right now, the idea of a super tight labor market is probably the most common unemployment is at just three point eight percent at the moment. So a lot of companies are having a tough time finding the workers they need and among the most desperate our trucking companies the American trucking association's plural in the original, by the way so situations. They figure we are sixty thousand truck drivers short nationwide. And they say that gap is likely to grow with baby boomers, retiring and younger people reluctant to take on the long hours in weeks away from home life long, haul trucking can bring they are reluctant even though can go upwards of eighty thousand dollars a year from our bureau in Portland, Oregon, Mitchell Hartman has that one. To mayor MICH ever Yanni just pulled his tractor trailer into this busy travelcenters of America truck. Stop off I eighty four east of Portland. He's just twenty seven which makes him a bit of an outlier among the mostly middle aged men here to refuel or grab a bite to eat before hitting the road. Again. He's worked a lot of blue collar jobs and driving a truck. I love it. You're you're basically on your own time, you're on your own boss,.

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02:10 min | 2 years ago

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"We've got marketplace with Cairo's dial in just a few minutes in about ten minutes or so Holly Adams in the meantime is checking traffic for you on a Wednesday. And we've had a pretty rough week on the roads. Holly what's going on today today? It's actually the sun is out. And so are the people there's a lot a lot of traffic. Want to go outside such a great ride through Hollywood right now on the one on one in either direction, however on the Vermont on ramp to the northbound one zero one there is a collision there and that's causing some surface street back backup in that area. Holly Adams that sunshine, by the way will continue for a few more hours until the sun goes down. We'll dip tonight upper forties, low fifties tomorrow back into the mid sixties. Even see some low and mid seventy s across the area. I'm Marco werman. You're with the world turned to check in again with the world's Caroline Bieler. She's been sailing for the last six weeks on a research ship, traveling to Antarctic is massive Thwaites glacier as part of a five-year international effort to figure out how climate change might be affecting the glacier, and what that might mean for global sea level rise over the next hundred years or so Caroline where are you? Now. We are off of some ice shelves to the north of tweets. Glacier. But until recently we were looking at pine island, glacier, which is the sister tooth weights part of this giant west Antarctic ice sheet, and for the past several days there's been a lot of sediment core and going on so dropping a big metal tube down into the sea floor to pull up sediment that is sort of a record of what's happened here in the past. So that's what we've been doing on the science side of things. But on the our on our side of things the great twenty nineteen nine hundred annual b Palmer ping pong tournament. Finally, just wrapped up. All right a ping pong tournament. I remember a couple of weeks ago, you mentioned that the ship had to turn around for a medical emergency. You lost a week of sailing? People on board were going stir crazy is this ping pong tournament. A result of the stir craziness. Yeah. So it started when we were doing that transit. And it's the final kept getting postponed because we got into the period where scientists rectory really busy working. So there actually was a lot of anti. -ticipant building for this final one day last week after dinner, we all Trump down to the cargo hold where the ping pong table.

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02:29 min | 2 years ago

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"And our state leaders should be mad. To them to help this process along and hold them accountable. Brockovich is representing a group of people who lost their homes during the two thousand seventeen wildfires northern California PG, and he announced it will file for bankruptcy. Earlier this month saying a cannot afford the roughly thirty billion dollars in damages that it does related to those wildfires. You might recall Brockovich took PG and to court and won back in the nineteen ninety s maybe you saw the movie that case stemmed from allegations at a facility owned by the utility, contaminated drinking water in a small town in the Mojave desert of Hinckley many in that town claim they got cancer from the dirty water in the PG, and he knew about it and tried to cover it up. One of president. Donald Trump's sons is accusing the chairman of the house intelligence committee of leaking information in his 2017 testimony about Russian interference in allegations of collusion in the presidential campaign from the year before on Fox News. News. Donald Trump junior claims Burbank down accredit congressman Adam Schiff released information concerning his contacts with WikiLeaks after an Email hack of the DNC and Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, which Wicky leaks released. They said, oh, Donald Trump junior had the WikiLeaks information because presumably Adam Schiff leaked it right after my testimony now that closed door testimony took place in September of two thousand seventeen and it centered on Trump junior's back and forth. Direct message exchange on Twitter with the WikiLeaks account messages that covered an anti-trump website even floated the idea of releasing preemptively a small portion of candidate Donald Trump's tax returns to appease critics among other things now for his part shift denies the claim. No, I don't leak, but I do talk about witnesses who are not willing to cooperate while I don't go into the substance of what they have to say, I do expose when they're making fraudulent claims of privilege, that's executive privilege shift says of a younger Trump claims to have. Had with his father the president which he says is stonewalling. And investigation that shift says Americans have a right to know more about six thirty five. It's traffic time right now. Holly Adams is looking at the roads of southern California. Hello. Well, Hello, southbound one ten just north of the one oh five or three to four vehicle collision blocking the number one lane and southbound four five at El Segundo. It looks like we have a stalled vehicle and number three lane that trip from ten to the six five and that southbound four five is one hour and twenty five minutes. Oh,.

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01:52 min | 2 years ago

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"Available to talk because of the partial government shutdown. We'll play referee here deciding what additional work if any has to be done. Their final answer is expected this year, and whichever way they rule it likely be tested by a lawsuit this debate. And the science emerging from the Hudson cleanup are being watched closely around the country officials are preparing other big dredging projects on rivers contaminated with PCB's, Brian man, NPR news. Hudson falls, New York. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. I voted for Donald Trump. I voted for Hillary Clinton. I was not able to vote because I am not a US citizen. Six Americans have recorded their lives since Trump took office two years ago here how their stories have changed the one word that I'm feeling about politics would be hope for our government is a dumpster fire. I don't think I'm going to be interested at all anymore politics. Get this special audio documentary at KCRW dot com slash two years. Five forty eight of KCRW with more of all things considered to come the news of the day and still to come on the program in the next hour. We're gonna talk more about President Trump's proposal over the weekend. Undocking he made a special announcement saying that he would extend DACA trying to extend some sort of an olive branch to Democrats. Democrats said no, we're not going to talk about this until you open the government some more on the back and forth between the president and the congress coming up Democrats in congress more on that is the shutdown continues now into its fifth week. Support for NPR comes from you. Thank you for your support in the John D and Catherine T MacArthur foundation, recognizing exceptionally creative individuals. This year's MacArthur, fellows and more information of macfound dot ORG, Holly Adams joining us right now update on traffic, but we've got some issues on the metro lines to. Yes, we do have a writer.

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03:39 min | 2 years ago

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"Matthew born returns to the Amundsen transforming the classic tale into a wartime romance with a twist of Hollywood glamour that the times of London calls a dazzling spectacle perform to a score by Prokofiev. Matthew, Bornes Cinderella is a timeless tale of the power of love performances, begin February fifth tickets at Ahmanson theatre dot ORG three twenty a KCRW, and it's a Monday edition MLK day edition of the world and Holly Adams he for Caja on this afternoon and looking at traffic, what's happening, Holly, letters, quite a bit of traffic out there actually right now intestine on the northbound five before the fifty five we have a collision that's been cleared, but you're backed up from Jeffrey also in El Monte on the northbound sixty five at valley boulevard. Have a collision there has you. Stop and go from peck road, windy, conditions, Holly. And we're going to see that continue mostly sunny for the rest of the day with daytime highs upper sixties, I'm Marco werman, you're with the world for six weeks. Now protesters have been taken to the streets in Hungary's capital Budapest. Their anger is aimed at a new government law. Regulating overtime, critics call it the slave law because it expands how much overtime an employer can demand from workers. The latest anti-government demonstrations took place over the weekend, the world's Orla Barry was there. And she joins us now from Budapest are these protests really just about over time. Or is there something else going on behind them? They've become something much more in the beginning. Perhaps it was to do with the overtime law. But certainly over the weekend, you could see they'd become much greater than that. I was at the protests in Clark Adam square in Budapest on Saturday. And guess what they've become and what they're becoming are anti government and anti Orban protests Victorian, the prime. Ministry, an anti Fidesz protests, which is the government party Victorian one for the third time round in the last elections in twenty s so they have a huge majority vote here, and they have huge support here. But at the same time there is increasing concerns about a crackdown on media freedom and representation in the courts and representations. In judiciary does a lot of concern over those. So this is a real concern for people here. So many of the protests have become in many ways anti-government protests who is leading them. It's a mixture of people really it started with the trade unionists calling on workers to come to the streets. But also, you have the opposition parties, you've students groups of women's groups coming together old, I guess concerned with the direction that the country is going and concerned with the kind of power that the government has. So when it comes to the trade unions were people listening to their encouragement and did they turn out in big numbers in the same. It's hard to say. So you're in Budapest, and you ask somebody what do you think of the numbers here today, and they will say, well, I think it's pretty good because around the country. Many people have turned out in their local town city, which is what they were looking for for the protest not to be just centered in Budapest. However, I was at the one on Saturday where you know, you're talking about a few hundred two thousand people overall taking part, and that's nothing in comparison to the thousands who took to the streets in December the numbers that we saw protesting in those weeks leading up to Christmas. There is a feeling certainly in Budapest of the numbers have been dwindling. The government doesn't appear to be to protect by all of this. So you mentioned the role of young people in these protests, or LA there's one high school student a woman named Blanca nauseous kind of become the face of that youth movement. What she all about what's her story? She's very interesting character. She's nineteen she's going to high school and she spoke out in December at Lopin rally.

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01:52 min | 2 years ago

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"With Holly Adams, Holly tummy, gimme the good news. We need it right now. Well, the good news is the traffic isn't as bad as it was last week at this time. That is the good news. The bad news is there's a couple of problems like the eastbound one zero five at the one ten now, here's a vehicle on its roof. It's in the fast track lanes, and it's on that transition road. So watch out there. Also, the eastbound one thirty four San Fernando road looks like a vehicle probably at a gas. That was in the center divider. Not sure how they're going to get that out of there. And also, we have some problems that we have a Sigler in west Covina on the westbound ten before zoos avenue that eastbound drive getting out of downtown LA is not so much fun. The ten is probably the worst. Maybe the second best is the sixty. Well, thanks, Holly. You'll keep us posted throughout the evening here on KCRW public radio. It's five twenty. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro, and Mary Louise Kelley a new president is about to take office in Brazil show Bolsonaro a former army, captain with extreme right-wing views will be sworn in January. First NPR's, Philip briefs reports his record for homophobia has triggered a surge of same sex. Marriages in the. Palo the new year was going to be very special for Lucas, nasty Minto and his partner they to marry in April, then shy Bolsonaro was elected president of Brazil, and the young men changed that plans we're gonna marry today because we want security we are in a room full of LGBT couples getting ready to be brides and grooms as a mass wedding ceremony. Now Cementos having his face powdered by volunteer makeup artist his partner, Philippi Lima is sitting beside him looking this same sex, marriages became legal in Brazil in two thousand thirteen nasty mentos worried this law could be overturned once Bolsonaro takes.

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08:26 min | 2 years ago

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"Traffic with Holly Adams, Holly. I would imagine it's kind of light out there. But I'm not sure it's pretty light. Although if you're traveling east safe from downtown, Los Angeles trying to get to the fifteen freeway, for example, there are some pockets of slow traffic on the sixty also on the ten and the two ten I would probably recommend the sixty if I had to to pick out of the three. But of course, it depends on where you are also now in Sherman oaks northbound four zero five two seven Ventura boulevard is solo vehicle spun out and got a couple of other cars involved. Now, there's one on the right shoulder a couple in the carpool lane. Thanks, Ali three fifty. I'm Marco werman. You're with the world, you may call it. The Muller investigation, but count them there are actually seventeen investigations into President Trump and Russian meddling many led by special counsel, Robert Muller. Not all if you've lost track. Don't worry. Sometimes I think you need one of those law and order pin boards with photos of all the players in red string to connect the dots to really see the big picture. So he turned to someone who's got his head around. This to remind us how the investigations went in two thousand eighteen Garrett Graff with wired went through the various dossiers. It was an interesting experiment to go through to trace all of them and add them up because it made me realize that we're probably thinking about this wrong that we sort of shorthand what the president is facing as Muller's investigation or the Russia probe, and what it actually appears when you lay this all out is a much broader legal assault. Really, unlike something any modern. President has seen that is investigating the way that money flowed in and out of every aspect of Trump's organization his business his campaign his transition his White House across actually a wide number of different countries. And how they tried to influence him. Not just Russia but Turkey Saudi Arabia, potentially UAE Israel, and maybe even others really what this is is. It's a financial investigation. It's not a Russia investigation. Why is investigation so multilayered? Well, so this is part of what is so interesting when you pull all of this together is remember last summer. Donald Trump said that he thought that Muller diving into his personal finances would be a red line something, which he couldn't stand. We're figuring out. Now is that it's Trump's fault that prosecutors are diving this deep into it that it was Donald Trump who so intermingle. Gold all of these enterprises that it's impossible to an examine one without examining the other. And so now you have these investigations not just by Robert Muller. But by total of at least seven different prosecutors. Yeah. Well, as you point out there. Trump's finances are all over the globe. And there's this entirely new brand to the investigation that opened up just the other week a separate probe on the Middle East. That was not a pin on the board before was it. Well, it's not something that we've seen Muller make any public court movements over, but it's something that we've known that. He's been interested in all year long. There's been this would be Middle Eastern powerbroker named George neater who Muller has been working with who's cooperating with investigators and that's been ongoing almost this entire year. And we know that it's something that Muller has sustained interest in remember one of the things about the way that Muller is pursuing this investigation is it's actually far from a witch hunt. He's. Pursuing a very conservative legal strategy where he's been very careful to refer out to other. Prosecutors any unrelated crimes that he is coming across which is how Michael Cohen's campaign finance violations ended up in court in New York. So the fact that Muller has been viz interested for this long in this Middle Eastern connection actually lends itself to the supposition that this is somehow related in a pretty direct manner to the core questions about Russia's influence in the two thousand sixteen campaign Garrett, you suggested recently that we might be entering the territory of worst case scenario, tell me about that. What what are you getting out? Well, what we have come to understand over just this period. Since thanksgiving in the last month is that this investigation is bigger, and broader and more troubling than we had been led to believe the idea that Michael. Cohen has now pleaded guilty to lying about the fact that the Trump Tower Moscow project continued well into the two thousand sixteen campaign means that the Russian government has known for the last two years that Donald Trump was lying to the American people about the extent of his business dealings in Moscow. And if you're thinking about this case as a counterintelligence case that is how other countries might be able to leverage the information that they have. That's exactly where we now find ourselves. And that's a worst case scenario for a head of state. There is a lot of speculation about the political momentum for Democrats in the new session of congress. When they become the majority in the house is there a danger that Democrats could overreach and stir up more support for this beleaguered president. I think what you're beginning to see actually is almost the opposite Republicans beginning to turn on the president now that they? They realize that this bargain that they had struck over the last two years where they got tax cuts in federal judges in exchange for looking past Donald Trump's scandals no longer holds in a scenario where Democrats control at least one of the houses. And I think that the dawning awareness that the president is now in at least one of these investigations the campaign finance investigation with his hush money payments to cover up extramarital affairs, a literal unindicted co-conspirator of this criminal conspiracy. That's going to weigh on Republicans, and you actually see Democrats so far like Jerrold Nadler, the incoming chair of the House Judiciary committee who would lead impeachment hearings, taking a very wait and see approach on this. He understands that. There's a lot more evidence still to come. I it seems to me that the investigations and their revelations are speeding up. Do you think we'll know when the end is inside or will Muller continued to kind of like, slowly, drip out the information? I do think we are entering at least the beginning of the end that if you look back Michael Cohen has now pleaded guilty in two criminal conspiracies. He's really a one man walking Rosetta Stone to the Trump world, which when you couple that with the knowledge that the Trump organization CFO Alan Weisselberg is also cooperating with investigators. The president is looking like he's facing some pretty serious legal jeopardy from people who know where all of the bodies are figuratively. Buried Muller is pretty clearly laying out some building blocks of a conspiracy. And he has long understood that he would be under new political pressure post midterm election. So I think we're going to continue to see pretty rapid developments in this investigation with so many different investigations moving so quickly where are you looking for the next shoe to drop in the new year? Well, I think we are going to see some movement on things like this Middle Eastern connection, but trying to figure out what the next shoe that drops is I think overlooks that there are seventeen of them just the sheer breadth and depth of illegal assault that the president faces is really the most dangerous part of this for him. Even if he is able to escape impeachable or in dateable offenses in sixteen of those investigations, which seems unlikely at this point there's still a seventeenth waiting to catch him. Gary Graff, the author of Robert Muller's FBI in the war on global terror. He's also a contributing editor for wired magazine. Great to have you on the show. Thank you. Bye pleasure. From the and Bill Harris studios at WBZ in Boston. I'm mark. Werman? We'll be here.

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"I'm Steve Chia. Take us. We've got more of all things considered to come. I'm gonna give you an update on traffic right now. Because if you are still, and we we've seen that some of the evacuations have been lifted particularly in some incorporated parts of Gora hills. But we're also seeing still road closures along PCH and Malibu so anywhere from Los Pozos Las posts. I always get those confused all the way down to Kane and doom and even beyond that. Florus right. We've got PCH closed as well. Do you have something else worse? Yes. Also in the city of orange right now. Southbound fifty-five before no ranch. We have a collision that's taking the car. Carpool lane and the house you literally stopped from the ninety one right? Holly Adams keeping us updated. Thank you five. Fifty. You're listening to the news on KCRW. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro. Elsa Chang the wildfires. Ravaging parts of California have led to intense scrutiny of the state's largest, utility companies Pacific Gas and electric and Southern California Edison, both report there were problems with their infrastructure in the moments before two meter fires erupted last week from member station K Q E D in San Francisco. Tackle Burke reports the most destructive and deadliest wildfire on state records started early last Thursday in a remote area of the Sierra foothills north of Sacramento it was near the site of a PG knee electrical transmission line moments after the campfire started dispatchers were discussing dangerous power lines. And high winds across the high power lives there. They possible powerline hazard. Live on the west side of the river. Underneath. Thirty five miles an hour. Potential for that afternoon. PG filed a report with the California Public utilities commission. There was an outage on a transmission line. Fourteen minutes before the fire started, southern California. Edison filed a similar report. There was a disturbance on a circuit near the start of the Wolsey fire north of Los Angeles, two minutes before it began, both companies emphasized the reports are preliminary but state fire officials blame PG for sixteen wildfires in northern California last year for that reason in part some residents near the campfire are already pointing fingers at the utility PG. And he did this and lots of people feel that way. Durell Miller is a resident of the town of Cherokee PG and E is a rich company a monopoly, and they started this spire and it's wrong, and they need to pay for it. Neither PG nor so Cal Edison would agree to be interviewed PG ni says it's cooperating with investigators assisting customers affected by the fire on Tuesday. A group of residents. And business owners found a lawsuit against PG accusing it of negligence. I mean at some point we have to say enough is enough. And I think we need to seriously look at whether an investor owned utility model is good for California state Senator Jerry hill is a critic of PG any he says he's looking into legislation that would break up the company or make it a government agency. When Popovich are the reason that you're doing your job that creates your questions in especially in light of the safety aspect of it. It's unclear how California's next governor will hold utilities accountable. That man is current. Lieutenant governor Gavin Newsom who takes over from Jerry Brown in January. Necess-.

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02:16 min | 2 years ago

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"What's happening right now traffic land, Holly Adams with their clipboard looking at what's happening on the road. So Holly there's so much going on. Unfortunately right now in Kohima pass. There's a Sigler northbound one zero one before Barham boulevard, a stalled trash truck is blocking the right lane. They're trying to get that towed out of there. But you're still backed up from Silverlake boulevard. Now, the southbound one zero one before Tampa, there's a collision that's taking up the left lane. Is you backed up from two soda and in downtown LA. The southbound one ten before Olympic the have a collision blocking the second lane from the left, by the way. I praise you Holly for having a clipboard in this technological age six twenty men PR news. This is all things considered. I'm Elsa Chang. And I'm Ari Shapiro. Amazon conducted a national search for city to build a new headquarters in. Today. The company announced that it will have two more one in Long Island City, New York, the other and the DC suburb of Arlington Virginia NPR's Alina sell Euch reports on the mixed feelings about the company's expansion Amazon. Search lasted more than a year and drew two hundred thirty eight bids from across the country. But in the end, the company decided it could not do with just one new headquarters and settled for two so now Amazon will be based in Seattle as always, but also in queens and in northern Virginia. Here's Amazon executive Jay Carney driving factor for us. Was access to talent. And the ability to have more balanced. It would make the most sense divide. Two. Carney says the company seriously considered all of the bids from across the nation and going forward. Amazon is likely to continue negotiating for smaller projects and other places. Like a new corporate office in Nashville the company also announced today, but ultimately Kearney says for a new HQ Amazon needed a place that would be easy to sell to potential new hires. So now, it's New York northern Virginia that are each getting more than twenty five thousand jobs being an average of more than one hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year, a note, Amazon is one of NPR's sponsors. We will the opinion that no city in the US can support this project based on the timeline of the criteria set out for.

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04:52 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Steve shiitake and marketplace continues in just a moment the latest from those fires here in California coming up in just a few minutes as well with all things considered. We'll get the latest from the camp wildfire in the northern portions of the state that destroyed much of the town of paradise killing dozens of people you're gonna hear that coming up. And also an update on the fires in our own backyard to in Malibu, and the seamy valley Santa Rosa valley places such as more on that coming up as well. Holly Adams right now looking at traffic. Aloha Hello in Burbank right now. Westbound one thirty four before Hollywood way looks like we have a crash is blocking the carpool and left lane. Has you backed up literally stopped from the five and another place you stopped in Hollywood on the northbound one one before Gary street, stalled vehicle that runs in the second lane from left, but you are literally stopped on that northbound one away. All right. Holly Adams, thank you. For eighteen. It's KCRW. This is marketplace, I'm KAI Ryssdal. Healthcare, of course, was the big issue in the midterms last week, but immigration driven in large part by the inflammatory way. The president used it in his campaign speeches was a very close second one place where the immigration debate is playing out in corporate practice is inside seven eleven convenience stores. Michael Smith wrote about for Bloomberg BusinessWeek. Michael welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. Tell me about this war inside seven eleven it's all about immigration, and and ice and the folks who work at this company. Right. That's right. This is a story about a sort of a American dream story. If you will of immigrants coming to the US starting our business, and it's called seven eleven time and time again, they described to me the franchisees that this was the American dream for them. And that's the way they always all seven eleven. They poured their life into this company and into their stores. And now they just feel like they've been sort of betrayed at the center of it all is really immigration ice agents. Actually going into stores, and and demanding documents and asking the questions about where you born. And and how long have you worked here and all that? That's right. We saw that this year. It's starting the beginning of the year when just before dawn agents fanned out across the United States almost one hundred stores in multiple states. And they basically went in and asked the store owners where they're from world employees from show me your ID. Are you American and they demanded a years employment records to see whether they've been complying with the law. There have been multiple rates of these types targeting the franchisees, which are the people who actually own the store is not the company itself, and you document or lay out a series of pieces of evidence that that seemed to corroborate a an uneasy relationship between corporate headquarters, the company itself and a lot of these franchisee owners franchise owners, rather many of whom are immigrants. It's just been an ongoing sort of conflict. That's. Been played out in the courts and been played out in this sort of integration arena. If you will and it all boils down to the company itself wanting to get a bigger piece of the revenue coming from the franchisees and franchisees. Have pushed back on that. Is it a good living to own a seven eleven franchise. Well, the franchisees complained that it's not. And if you look at the numbers, you can see why they feel that way several has become much more sophisticated as has the retail market if you will. So they are selling a lot of fresh foods pizza stuff like that also other items that are sort of costs a lot more to stock and maintain and they just feel like the economics are going to get worse and worse until you just can't make a living running a seven eleven believe it or not the hammer here, of course, is that if they're caught in in violation of labor law to to a certain degree. They could lose their franchise that that voids the agreement in the company could take it back. That's correct. In fact, they just took back eight store. Owned by a leader of the franchisee association, Chicago, and and they cited immigration issues as one of the reasons for doing it. So when they take back the stores, by the way, they don't have to pay the store owner a penny. So you basically lose your life savings. If if you lose your store to the company, obviously, you called seven eleven when they had to say about all this. Well, they say they're just trying to comply with the law. They say they don't target franchisees for takeover for reasons. Like being outspoken opponent to their policies. They deny having sort of ratted storeowners out to ice. Which is what a lot of them seem to think has happened store owner say that, you know, there's always been sort of understanding you're running your own business. You can let family members work there. Whatever, you know. I it was sorta tolerated that you would run to the way you needed to to make enough money to survive. And then there was this crackdown that revolved around the very thing that brought into this country, which is immigration, Michael Smith. He writes for Bloomberg. Businessweek most recently in a piece called the war inside seven eleven.

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01:46 min | 2 years ago

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"It is six forty eight a KCRW. My name is Larry Parral. Thanks so much for joining us. Some news on the northern California. The fire burning in northern California also known as the campfire report now that the day before the fire destroyed paradise Pacific Gas and electric reportedly got in touch with Betsy Ann Cowley utility allegedly said they needed access to her property because their power lines were causing sparks caused the fire is still under investigation. But what is known as the fire started Thursday near Kelly's property in the tiny town of Polga, then moved into paradise to become the most destructive fire in the state's history. Take a look at traffic now with Holly Adams, Holly, Hello, well, through the San Fernando Valley that went to one has been reopened. However, all off-ramps remain closed between liberty canyon and valley circle. Also, the Canaan road exit at the southbound went on one remains closed. You can try raise adobe to exit from the southbound one on one Sigler cancelled in the eastbound one eighteen two right lanes reopened now between Kunar in rocky peak. And of course, Pacific Coast Highway remains closed between Sunset Boulevard. LS posts all closed all canyon reds as well. All right, Holly. Thanks so much red flag warning extended until at least five PM on Wednesday. It's six fifty. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro melted. Shang former first lady Michelle Obama ads the title author to her resume this week. Her new memoir becoming is out tomorrow. Our co host Audie Cornish talked to Michelle Obama about the book in her hometown of Chicago. Michelle Obama was reluctant to get into politics. It's as much of a surprise to her as anyone that she ended up married to a president MO hear more about that transition in another part of the program, but throughout her career, she has always embraced the role of mentor and advocate for young people. So we invited three young women from her high school to join the conversation..

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01:33 min | 2 years ago

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"Hedges, Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe. Based on the true story of a son who must overcome the fallout of being outed to his parents known select theaters and T Rowe price offering strategic investing approach that examines investment opportunities. Firsthand institutions advisers, employers and individuals, choose T Rowe price. Invest with confidence coming up on all things considered as we move on with the news. Well, a lot going on. And we're going to tell you more about the aftermath of one. Stay night's shooting massacre at the borderline barn grill in Thousand Oaks that story coming up as the investigation continues. That shooting was followed another one at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, which followed another one at a waffle house in Tennessee, followed another mass shooting a newspaper in Maryland the capital gazette so on and so on and psychologists are looking at a condition called compassion fatigue. There are actually is a condition where we become numb to these kinds of events. It has to do with the fact that the emotional part of our brains doesn't really process numbers. Very well. That's ahead. A little later this hour an update on the fires to forthcoming Holly atoms. Looking at traffic right now, Hulo Holly. Well, we'll do some other traffic for just a minute here. There's a Sigler in hacienda boulevard, two miles, just south and Draper. The number one lane is closed for the next thirty minutes. I'm not sure CHP is not clear why northbound on when it looks like a two vehicles on the number two lane and northbound four zero five at San Fernando mission boulevard, unknown debris in the car. Pool and number one lane. So big swerve alert there. All right. Holly Adams keeping us. Updated more news right now KCRW six twenty.

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13:59 min | 2 years ago

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"To stay safe and keeping things tried to keep con-. I see the truck in your driveways loaded up with essentials. Yeah. We actually loaded up our two other vehicles with stuff and not take our last final question. I'll let you go. Why are you here because fires right there? I know. So my mom is in the hospital. I came home day just grab a few things. But my husband and I'm leaving leaving very quickly. Obviously a lot of people didn't have a whole lot of time to get out. Did they saw five minutes later because five minutes later the Cape abandoned for evacuations, but she got out of along long. And I think now that neighborhood that was packed with people up twenty minutes. They all should be got at the knock on already what about traffic control, Saul? Because and and we talked to some folks in Malibu, some of whom you will here in just a few moments. But as far as getting people out, you know, the the infrastructure in those areas, those are some pretty small roads that lead to bigger roads. But it's really difficult to maneuver about. When you're in a hurry and trying to get out. Yeah. I think it's really neighborhood by neighborhood. I've been in fires. Uh-huh. Airy. He's not like that for neighborhood. I was in Rome could Avenue's actually it'd be a problem for these folks certainly by neighborhood, white what whatever your neighborhood here. Tell you to get out get out. No fooling around is threatening yourself, and you're threatening a firefighter Saul have you seen? I know. We were we were we played the chainsaw tape. But we had all of that information about what firefighters are really trying to do to get to to get a handle at least get this surrounded. But I understand that. There are no airdrops or there have been very few at least up until now do we see more of that happening retardant water things like that. Yeah. I'm on a very high point now seamy valley of a great view from. I do not. I don't see a play to the sky helicopter in the sky. Might be related to win. I wasn't gonna talk to you standing outside. But it's so overpowering. I think they have a lot of those vehicles aircraft after stay grounded these kind of conditions. And then there's just the smoke of the fires were AM. It's pretty clear, but as I look a few miles away it is fair. It's just a wall of smoke. I mean, it looks like the surface of Edith looking after action. So I think what they can't be there. They will get. Yeah. It's difficult to fly. When you've got fifty mile an hour winds up against you, certainly how close are those homes to the flames, Saul do we have. I mean, do you see you said it's a wall of smoke and you see flames. Oh, yeah. Quite clearly from here. I could see smoke everywhere with the navy. I was in which is by park on the south side CD valley on the air. I mean, it was crazy community festival a purse. Along each other taking soapies with a flame or things change immediately evacuate. What would eventually evacuation was cold? And every and everybody looked pretty quickly. I think you know. No seriously prepared to leave. So I saw a lot of card loaded up people people work and family photos. All the things you're supposed to take convey left pretty quickly. I think the question now for the figures are there more mandatory evacuations called in that particular. Who the others here in southern California affected by this fire? It's interesting to me because I know the vernacular can vary from from place to place we get mandatory evacuations in some parts where you are. But also voluntary evacuations and other parts has anybody been confused about whether they have to go or whether they need to go. There was confusion about that. And actually people in the neighborhood. Right within microcosm exchange. They were by Abraham. But the people I talked to said. It till they got the mandatory evacuation warning while I was there. They had heard anything from any authorities. But of course, they do the fire. I think at some point you just have to be rational like anything, but I see the smoke and fire. It's coming this way. Maybe I should lead. And I I just think, you know, people have to sell to either they don't get that phone caller that the door. I should say that does the fire back people left their their their their their their their is open. So they can access backyard and cut back cut back whatever they could. And those guys were working really really hard on the on the a lot of work, and certainly more work to be done this weekend. And in the days to come as the winds don't appear to be dying down KCRW saw Gonzales joining us from seamy valley this afternoon and you'll update us, right? Yeah. Absolutely. So thank you so much stay safe out there as well. Please. Thank you. KCRW Holly Adams right now because we're looking at traffic in that area. And I I mentioned the Saul Holly that we've had so many issues of people trying to get out from one place to another. We'll talk about Malibu and just a minute. But I wanna talk about that area of the Kanawha valley. So the one on one is shut down at this point. Isn't it? It is. Yes, and people are just trying to get around the best that they can on side streets must've side streets are closed as well. So, you know, he's just gotta stay in place wherever you are in in in a case like that you use the side streets, and they're obviously, I I would imagine law enforcement officials are in those places trying to guide people through those areas. Do we know like from what point two one point the the one on one freeway shut down? It looks like it's shut down from about from just a little bit north of Woodland Hills through Westlake village. So it looks like that whole area is blocked off in both directions. So this is west of the kane'ohe great or between. I think this is between Calabasas and the canal great in that area. Yeah. It's around a gory hills Calabasas Calabasas liberty canyon is like that. Or at KCRW is Holly Adams with adult bring Benjamin back in because we're talking more about the situation in Malibu as well and Benjamin how many homes just in the Malibu area. We're talking thousands of homes there. That's the thing. It's tough. To know. Exactly. How many homes have been destroyed this fire has been moving so radically specially the Wolsey fire and a lot of that has to do with the high winds. I was looking at some of the win totals over here in Ventura County upwards of fifty miles per hour, in some cases, so really reports here indicate at least dozens dozens of homes in oak park Thousand Oaks, bell canyon, some other Ventura County communities and also moving down into maladies. Let's keep an eye on that Malibu. I know the evacuation order there has PCH jammed or for much of the afternoon was John probably still is and sitting in much of that traffic right now as Malibu city council. Member Laura Rosenthal. Who's city was earlier today was? Evacuated and she joins us right now. Hi, laura. Oh, my pleasure. How do you evacuate an entire city, especially when PCH is pretty much the main way in and out? With a lot of difficulty. PCH actually is a lot better right now. Earlier this morning. I had a lot of friends evacuated and the traffic was completely stopped all the way by Zuma beach, four to five hours to get into Santa Monica right now, I've been on the road probably a little over an hour. And I'm not too big rock yet or panga, I guess would be an area that a lot of people know about. So it's bumper to bumper. Again, they were supposed to be opening up all four lanes going eastbound or southbound, but I have yet to see that. This is a contra flow traffic, right? The other lanes that that you would normally go into Malibu now police or law enforcement are supposed to be opening that up to travel to get out. Harassed and showed it is. There's nobody coming the other direction that has been closed for quite a while. And so I'm not quite sure what the difficulty has been to get people out. But I think one of the issues right now is that hanged with just a vacuum waited also. So some of those people will be coming down to PCH would go the other direction, you would hope that with two paying being evacuated as well to paying a canyon boulevard will take you all the way to the one on one, but the resources there, I know the one a one especially as you head toward the canal valley in those parts of the canyons of the mountain passes. There are also jammed because we have fire crews trying to really hit these fires. Correct. And it's been I've lived in Malibu for thirty years, and we've certainly been evacuated before, but this is the worst that I've seen it. And it's an different part. This is in the you know from our Civic Center north or west whole neighborhoods are on you know, on fire, and I finally left. My neighborhood was okay. At least for them, but you could not brings and we have had no power since this morning, and that gets to be very scary scenario, especially as nightfall our firefighters going door to door pounding on doors getting people out of their how how is this evacuation working? So they do that in certain areas where there is were there a flames and where they think the flames are coming. I have a number of friends a canyon. And so the firefighters go house to house there and the star or the sheriff's deputies if there's no flames right in a neighbor that they're not going to do it. But the fire moved so quickly. That I I don't know of anybody that did not get out. But I do have a lot of friends that have lost their homes, and we're not we're not able to get anything out of their homes. You mentioned council member that this has happened before there have been evacuations of Malibu before. And certainly I I can remember fires that have that have hit the area wildfires, but but in a situation like this. I mean is this something that you prepare for does the city put something together as far as go that this contra flow on PCH should happen or or we try and find different ways out for people to really get out of the city. Well, the. PCH is really that's all done by our sheriffs and our fire department. But this city we have a lot of emergency evacuation plans. We do a lot of education with our community and actually very used to this people are used to evacuating they have things packed. They nowhere to take their pets. A large animals are usually taken down to the beach. When I was down there earlier, I probably saw between forty and fifty horses and people with you know, with other livestock chicken and things like that a lot of dogs down there. So people know about this in my community. They know what to do that doesn't mean that everybody's listen style. What do you tell your constituents? Then if if if somebody perhaps hasn't listened in the past what do you say to them right now? Well, I actually have a friend right now who's staying in his house, and we begged him to leave and he wouldn't do it. So, you know, his girlfriend left and everybody else laughed, but there's only so much that you can do he wanted to protect his house. So I mean, that's all you can do is just beg people and say, hey, this is a different kind of fire. It's moving so quickly. Please leave nothing is worse. You know, Shane for take your family, take your pets and get out. What do you what do you say to constituents after the fire after the fires are put out? They will eventually go out. Who knows what kind of damage there will be at that point. But what will the city do what kind of resources does the city have? Well, actually our city. You know, we're really just a small town. Even though we're well known to everybody, and we really come together. I remember after the ninety three fire in the two thousand and seven fire. We come. Together. And we help people that have lost their homes and the city will provide whatever resources that we can to help. Our resident council member Laura Rosenthal from the city of Malibu. Thank you for your time. I know it's a busy day for you. We're glad you took a little time out to talk to us. Thank you. And thank you for getting the word out to everyone. No problem. And I'm gonna bring KCRW is Holly Adams back in and we talked about Holly. The the fact that the PCH is closed as a council member said. But also if you're headed west on the ten you're not going to be able to go through the McClure tunnel. They are funneling actually you can't you have to get off at Cloverfield. They have the Lincoln exit has closed as well. My goodness. Freeways, just jam-packed packed. It's backed up all the way to Cloverfield. So it looks like that's your only option. And if you're heading eastbound on the ten and your somehow got on you can get on eastbound at Lincoln, and but you can't exit at twentieth street. Shuffle as many people to the east as possible and the side streets are says, well, he can't even imagine on a Friday afternoon to KCRW's Holly Adams. All right. We'll keep you updated on all of this information have more for about ten minutes with up to the minute information on the fires here in southern California. You're listening to KCRW at three twenty. The world is supported by babble a European-made language.

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01:47 min | 3 years ago

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"Right now holly adams is looking at the roads of southern california will holly lalo unfortunately we have to start with a sigler in irwindale on the northbound six five at lower road a big rig crash blocking the two right lanes has you backed up all the way from the sixty in lynnwood also eastbound five at long beach boulevard we have a collision there that's taking up the right lane and in santa ana on the northbound five at grand avenue stalled vehicle in the center lane has you backed up from jeffrey road we're already getting busy early anthrax friday afternoon we continue with the news right now sunshine across the area today with advertise mid upper sixties maybe some low seventy s in the valley where seventy two right now van nuys we're sixty five in downtown los angeles and seventy and even seventy and monte as we continue with the news and politics on kcrw welcome back to left right and center i'm josh barrow your center and senior editor at business insider on the right is rich lowry editor of national review on the left is ana marie cox political columnist and host of the crooked media podcast with friends like these it's been quite a week for foreign relations president trump hosted his first state dinner for french president emmanuel mccall mccone delivered an address to a joint session of congress in defensive multilateralism he's tried to position himself as the one european leader who can influence trump but he left washington warning that he expects president trump to withdraw from the iran nuclear deal a large mistake in his view as we take on friday german chancellor angela merkel is in washington to meet with trump and the heads of the two koreas had a summit where they agreed to move toward a peace treaty continuing what at least appears to be a significant de escalation of tensions on the korean peninsula onto it feels like we've come a really long way from president trump shouting at the australian prime minister and his first days in office has the trump foreign policy surprised you i think that's it's one consistent element.

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02:27 min | 4 years ago

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"The rotella mohali well hello add let's saigon meanrith bend 405 the ads sunset boulevard we have a a vehicle blocking the number one lane cell as her already getting a little extra backed up their seek alert on the north bend six some five it rose hills the carpool lane is closed due to injury collision and eastbound six it garfield that's like a car outta gas in the centre divided are at holly adams thank you you're up to date on news aency to take his nelson politics owing two thirty six welcome to left right and center i'm josh barrow senior editor at business insider on the right his rich lowry editor of national review on the left is katrina vanden heuvel editor and publisher of the nation magazine and we are joined by alec story he's part of the team covering the crisis in puerto rico for the miami herald a alex your in washington what are you seeing that the federal government is doing to respond to this storm and how's that going now in uganda in where there are eur four different entity that have jurisdiction over some of it often reco obviously lead lead fell schutte angel problem of having i many people in charge and not enough people taking orders and the question is how much happening at the government have two coordinator on out if talk to trump administration official in a corner wreaking governor and after that a meeting back on in federal she'd better off during what on the ground that would be my and the military as well well we're hearing from some folk better marco rubio probably most notably at your aaa it really calling on the trump administration having military charge in puerto rico be argued that such a unique situation ending again correspond ain't in a typical formative accurately where the governor or local taking the lead on paying working do you is that something that you think the officials in puerto rico want the president keeps repeating this line basically saying that the governor's telling him he's doing a great job to do the did a porta ricans want the military to to be more in the lead i i'm not sure of the answer that question and turned out if older ornery going governor fellow has repeatedly sacking the trump administration on uh and in working off often we can in the.

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