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"hormuz tehran" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

06:16 min | 2 months ago

"hormuz tehran" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"It. Good morning. I'm ernie brown and mary record. I up iran. The new administration faces a list of daunting challenges including public health and the economic fallout from the lockdowns. So it's not likely that. Iran tops the priority list. But that could change right. Some experts say tehran may force its way onto the biden agenda. The rogue state test in administration it views as weaker than its predecessor is team biden. Ready world's jill nelson reports in may two thousand eighteen then president. Donald trump announced a major shift in us policy toward iran. I am announcing today that the united states will withdraw from the iran. Nuclear deal in a few moments. I will sign a presidential memorandum to begin reinstating. Us nuclear sanctions on the iranian regime and in january twenty twenty trump authorized the assassination of iran's most powerful military commander general qassem sulamani. These actions earn trump a reputation in the middle east as the tough guy. The militias. i'm on itself have more respect. The trump administration when it comes to track record at undertaking military retaliation. I don't know what the biden administration will be like you. Michael nights is a senior fellow at the washington institute for near east policy. He says iran will likely test president. Joe biden's determination and level of attention to iran in the first six months of his administration. Iran's presidential election is scheduled for june and night says iran's proxy groups are itching for revenge against the united states for money staff. Those militias have been restrained while the trump administration was an imposition position in case it retaliated against iran directly but perhaps won't be able to restrain those iraqi militias off the january twentieth and invite some of those militias have been saying exactly that we have to white to off the january twentieth To get our revenge. That could mean an attack on americans in iraq syria or the gulf region other signs of trouble brewing iran earlier. This month seized a south korean oil tanker in the strait of hormuz. Tehran has seven billion in oil payments frozen in south korea due to us sanctions nights says iran has a well established playbook for moving itself up the international agenda though in my begin to do things to attract one's attention to the iran portfolio and to the urgency of reentering nuclear negotiations onto taking sanctions. Really bite him. Wants to reenter the iran deal if tehran returns to full compliance that would allow lifting sanctions but israel and some arab states. Worry a return to the nuclear deal means. Washington will turn a blind eye to iran's bad behavior in the region nights says. Some of these concerns are warranted. The borden team is very hesitant to link the nuclear and non-nuclear issues together and say we can't have progress on the nuclear issue unless we have progress on the nuclear. But i think in reality the to all kind of linked others have pointed out the benefits of trump's maximum pressure. Approach jake sullivan president. Biden's pick for national security adviser. He was part of the original negotiations with iran for the nuclear agreement also known as the jcp. He acknowledged during an interview with the hudson institute. Last may that he was wrong. About some aspects of the trump administration's iran policy advocates and defenders of the jcp myself included. Thought when the trump administration pulled out in imposed unilateral sanctions that those sanctions were not likely to be as effective because the trump administration wasn't bringing the rest of the world along with them. That didn't turn out to be true. Actually those sanctions have been very effective in the narrow sense of causing deep economic pain in iran. But sullivan also pointed out a major drawback to leaving the nuclear deal. Iran is closer to a nuclear weapon today than when trump took office. And we no longer have a way to monitor. Tehran's quest for a nuclear weapon. Iran announced this month that its using bore advanced centrifuges and enriching uranium to twenty percent. That crosses a red line drawn by many european countries and israel former middle east negotiator. Dennis ross says iran has shrunk the timeframe it needs to reach weapons grade material. Gonna extend that time and and therefore reduce the nature of the threat. Ross spent twenty five years serving in senior national security positions for both democrat and republican presidents. He does not think a return to the nuclear deal is feasible for the biden team. You're gonna find it difficult to get republicans afford and you do clearly have doubts from some our regional partners. Ross proposes less less approach for example iran scales back its uranium enrichment centrifuges while the united states allows tehran to access some of its overseas accounts that would keep the sanctions in place so i view less for less arrangement as a way to get around some of the difficulties created by the jcp away while also building what is a more sustainable basis to buy time and preserve leverage at the same point. Maintaining leverage would allow the administration to deal with other issues like iran's regional destabilization human rights violations and missile program. Michael knight says rebuilding. Nuclear negotiations will likely take time but we should keep an eye on the clock. Some people wonder. If it's a very short window is safe. We've got it can't be done in the first six months of twenty twenty one but he kinda has to be done in the law. Six months of twenty twenty one otherwise that window might be lost forever because the iranians for instance push for with their nuclear program to the point where there is no turning back reporting for world. I'm jill nelson coming up next on the.

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"hormuz tehran" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:29 min | 3 months ago

"hormuz tehran" Discussed on AP News

"Ed Donahue. AP News. Good Morning I made do anything Georgia's secretary of state Brandt Rapids, Burger was asked about the phone call with President Trump over the weekend. The president deserved pressuring him to find enough votes to overturn Joe Biden's win in Georgia. For the last two months. We've been fighting the rumor worktable And it was pretty obvious very early on that. We've debunked every one of those theories that have been out there. But the President Trump continues to believe them. Rapids Burger was on ABC is Good morning America. Georgia counted it's votes three times before certifying Joe Biden's victory. President Trump will be at a rally in Georgia tonight, leading up to tomorrow's run offs into Senate races. At stake party control of the Senate President Trump is set to give one of the nation's highest civilian awards to two of his strongest allies. The AP Sandra Madani has the story A White House official confirms California congressman Devin Nunes today will receive the presidential Medal of Freedom. Fellow GOP House member Jim Jordan is expected to follow next week. Nunez was a staunch trump backer during the 2016 Russian election interference probe and the president's impeachment while Jordan's been among GOP leaders trying to undermine confidence in the 2020 election results. President's been rewarding loyalists in his terms, final days, naming supporters to federal commissions and issuing pardons, among other things. SOCCER MAHOGANY Washington Iran started enriching uranium at 20% to an underground facility and seized a South Korean flag oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz. Tehran has long maintained its nuclear program is peaceful. British judge rejected the U. S request to extradite Wikileaks founder Julian Assan to face espionage charges, saying he was likely to kill himself if held under harsh U. S prison conditions. The campaign to vanquish the Corona virus is picking up speed. Britain is starting to dispense the second vaccine and its arsenal. This is AP News Europe Wide survey conducted by animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals shows several automakers are not offering animal free vegan car interiors to buyers. Frank Schmidt is with Peter around. I think more than 40 Million Heights are used for letter interiors for the automotive industry annually, and this is like a huge amount and you cannot be sustainable Brand if you still use Like thousands of tons off leather each year. Editorial director Jim.

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"hormuz tehran" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:18 min | 3 months ago

"hormuz tehran" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Ed Donahue. AP News. Good Morning I made do anything Georgia's secretary of state Brandt Rapids, Burger was asked about the phone call with President Trump over the weekend. The president deserved pressuring him to find enough votes to overturn Joe Biden's win in Georgia. For the last two months. We've been fighting the rumor worktable And it was pretty obvious very early on that. We've debunked every one of those theories that have been out there. But the President Trump continues to believe Rapids Burger was on ABC is Good morning America. Georgia counted it's votes three times before certifying Joe Biden's victory. President Trump will be at a rally in Georgia tonight, leading up to tomorrow's run offs into Senate races. At stake party control of the Senate President Trump is set to give one of the nation's highest civilian awards to two of his strongest allies. The AP Sandra Madani has the story A White House official confirms California congressman Devin Nunes today will receive the presidential Medal of Freedom. Fellow GOP House member Jim Jordan is expected to follow next week. Nunez was a staunch trump backer during the 2016 Russian election interference probe and the president's impeachment while Jordan's venom on GOP leaders trying to undermine confidence in the 2020 election results. The president's been rewarding loyalists in his terms, final days, naming supporters to federal commissions and issuing pardons, among other things. SOCCER MAHOGANY Washington Iran started enriching uranium at 20% to an underground facility and seized a South Korean flag oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz. Tehran has long maintained his nuclear program is peaceful. British judge rejected the U. S request to extradite Wikileaks founder Julian Assan to face espionage charges, saying he was likely to kill himself if held under harsh U. S prison conditions. The campaign to vanquish the Corona virus is picking up speed. Britain is starting to dispense the second vaccine and its arsenal. This is AP News Europe Wide survey conducted by animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals shows several automakers are not offering animal free vegan car interiors to buyers. Frank Schmidt is with Peter around. I think more than 40 Million Heights are used for letter interiors for.

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"hormuz tehran" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"hormuz tehran" Discussed on The CyberWire

"Data tribe. I'm Dave bittner with your cyber wire summary for Friday, June twenty-first 2019 tensions between the US and Iran. Already high over attacks on tankers in the Arabian Gulf, and ongoing disputes over Iran's nuclear ambitions have risen significantly in the wake of Iran's shootdown of a US air force. Our cue for a Global Hawk reconnaissance, and surveillance drone on Wednesday. The US says the drone was in international airspace. Over the straits of Hormuz Tehran says the arc you for a was flying over southern Iran either might be right in the fog of war, but we're strongly inclined to go with the US air force on this one. The Global Hawk is a big capable and expensive platform, costing one hundred thirty one point four million dollars a copy leaving research, and development costs out of the reckoning it's forty seven and a half feet long has a wingspan just. Shy of one hundred thirty one feet and it weighs more than eight tonnes when it's loaded for emission. It's got a fourteen thousand mile range, cruises at about three hundred fifty miles an hour and has a sixty thousand foot service ceiling. It doesn't of course, have a pilot or crew on board. So no lives were lost when in Iran, Ian surface to air missile, probably a Siad SD to see knocked it down still Theron says it sent a message and Washington is unhappy with the shootdown those drones aren't cheap. And there are only so many of them to go around besides their US government property. And so the US government is understandably steamed, what's this got to do with cybersecurity? You may. Well, ask well, it's this as is so often, the case, Connecticut action is accompanied by cyber action, especially when there appears to be the danger of esscalation and cyber battlespace preparation appears to be underway. Wired says that the security firms Drago's and crowd strike have report. Added a surge in phishing emails, deployed against a range of American targets. The actor is said to be a PT thirty three also known as magnesium or refined kitten fire I without naming the threat. Actor says it seeing much the same at least some of the phishing attempts were baited with what appeared to be an announcement of a job opening at the White House's council of economic advisers the militias link opened an HTML application which in turn started visual basic script on the targeted machine that installed the payload the power ten remote access Trojan. All of these security firm say are consistent with how refined kitten has done business in the past. It's not known if any of the attempts have been successful, nor is it clear, whether their goal is reconnaissance of potential targets or the staging of malware against the possibility of future. Use crowd strikes at a Myers speculated to wired that the choice of fish, bait suggest that the campaign might be principally interested in gathering. Intelligence about US policy with respect to economic sanctions, but he points out that this is exactly that speculation the point of the campaign isn't known espionage is possible. But so are reconnaissance. And staging Dragos is Joe slowec told wired that, quote, you can't turn on a dime and save I need cyber now. And quote, that's what battlespace preparation involves getting the intelligence, getting the reconnaissance and staging capabilities, where you may need them. Under pressure to do something about abusive its platform to inspire violence in Sri Lanka and me on mar Facebook is trying something other than content moderation. Introducing friction Facebook will limit the number of times users around the region can share a message for now. The limit is five the hope is that this will help keep things from going viral that ought not to go viral, it will be interesting to see if it has the desired effect. Security companies are tracking crypto minors in the wild e set and malware, bytes are tracking similar cross platform. Crypto minors, respectively loud, minor, and bird, minor. They share some infection. Vectors Trend, Micro also has its Iona crypto minor. This one is satori like dot net that arrives via the Android debugged bridge, and finally, it's long been a truism that criminal markets behave in many ways, like legitimate markets, and that criminal enterprises, Abe some of the practices of legitimate biz. Mrs researchers at security company Gari have been looking at some of the west African cyber gangs, the people who gave the world, the now familiar, but still sometimes affective Nigerian prince scam a Gari tells axios that Email scammers run their operations like a business complete with consultants and lead generation systems, the gangs use regular lead generation services of the kinds that many legitimate businesses employ as the story in axios, puts it a Gari has seen the criminal groups use several lead generation firms, the lead generation sites offer, customizable searches, you want CFO's of companies in a given sector of a given size and a particular geographical region. You got him a Gari found that the crooks generally signed up for free trials using the g mail dot trick that lets them create accounts easily some of them are even more brazen. The London blue crew just went ahead and bought a fifteen hundred dollar annual subscription to a lead generation service.

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"hormuz tehran" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"hormuz tehran" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This. Wade will be in studio. Alison, Stewart all of it is coming your way right after the news. Asian after former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen, testified that the president had misrepresented his net worth committee, chairman Elijah Cummings is accusing the White House of unprecedented. Stonewalling in a court filing attorneys for Trump say the subpoena is unenforceable because it has no legitimate legislative purpose house majority whip Jim Clyburn says the heads of six congressional committees are launching more investigations based on the findings of the special counsel report on the Russia investigation. Their various roadmaps that have been laid out about Muller, and we'll following them committed back a minute Clyburn says impeachment remains on the table. But he says congressional Democrats do not want to reach any conclusions before laying case and then going through the process of investigation. He was speaking on NPR's all things considered the Iranian government says it will not be deterred by US sanctions into cutting off. Its oil exports is NPR's. Peter Kenyon reports. The sanctions will be imposed on any country buying oil from Iran, Iranian media seen as close to the revolutionary guard corps quota running officials as saying Washington's ending of sanctions waivers has no value in the US will never achieve its goal of blocking all around in oil exports. One general is quoted as saying if Iran and oil tankers denied use of the narrow street of Hormuz, Tehran will shut the vital marine. Passage down secretary of state, Mike Pompeo announced the country still importing Ronnie in crude including major consumers, China and India will not see their waivers extended beyond may second Japan. South Korea and Turkey will also see their waivers expire on that date. Peter kenyon. NPR news is the US court hears arguments Tuesday on plans to add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty census as NPR's Nina totenberg reports the case will test the most consequential Trump administration initiative since the two thousand seventeen travel ban, the census bureau estimates that the addition of citizenship question will mean. At minimum. Some six point five million people will not fill out the census form, and that number is spread over the country unevenly with undercounts concentrated in urban areas or immigrant groups live leaving rural mainly white areas. Unaffected the Trump administration contends the question is needed in order to enforce the Voting Rights Act and argument dismissed out of hand by administration. Critics who note that the voting law has been enforced for fifty years without the census asking a citizenship question. Nina, totenberg NPR news Washington on Wall Street stocks closed mixed on Monday. The Dow Jones industrials lost forty eight points. The NASDAQ composite index gained seventeen points and the s&p five hundred added to this is NPR news. Agency that oversees Medicare says the health insurance program will run out of money in seven years, if congress takes no action to prevent it. A new report show social security stance to become insolvent in sixteen years, which is a year later than previously estimated Medicare and social security together. Make up about forty five percent of the federal budget a horror movie won the Easter holiday weekend box office with more than twenty six million dollars in ticket sales NPR's Trina Williams has details. The curse of lie. Your own has.

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90.3 KAZU

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"hormuz tehran" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Today on one A treating severe depression. Ketamine is a veterinary anesthetic that causes intense euphoria and hallucinations in humans. It's also the foundation of a newly approved medication for people who are out of options to ease their depression. This raises big questions about the nature of the drug and illustrates just how hard treating mental illness can be we'll explore this new medication and meet people who've prescribe it and who've taken share what you know about unconventional treatments for depression. Like ketamine comment on our Facebook page or tweet us at one A. Our news in Washington, I'm Shay Stevens. President Trump has filed suit to block a subpoena for his financial records. The house oversight committee demand at the information after former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen, testified that the president had misrepresented his net worth committee, chairman Elijah Cummings is accusing the White House of unprecedented. Stonewalling in a court filing attorneys for Trump say the subpoena is unenforceable because it has no legitimate legislative purpose house majority whip Jim Clyburn says the heads of six congressional committees are launching more investigations based on the findings of the special counsel's report on the Russia investigation various roadmaps that have been laid out about Muller, and we'll follow them committed back amid Clyburn says impeachment remains on the table. But he says congressional Democrats do not want to reach any conclusions before laying out a case. Then going through the process of investigation. He was speaking on NPR's all things considered the Iranian government says it will not be deterred by US sanctions aimed at cutting off. Its oil exports as NPR's. Peter Kenyon reports. The sanctions will be imposed on any country buying oil from Iran, Iranian media seen as close to the revolutionary guard corps quota Ronin officials as saying Washington's ending of sanctions waivers has no value in the US will never achieve its goal of blocking all around and oil exports. One general is quoted as saying if Iran and oil tankers are denied use of the narrow street of Hormuz, Tehran will shut the vital marine. Passage down secretary of state, Mike Pompeo announced that country still importing run in crude including major consumers, China and India will not see their waivers extended beyond may second Japan, South Korea and Turkey will also see their waivers expire on that date. Peter kenyon. NPR news is the US supreme court hears arguments. Tuesday on plans to add a citizenship question to the. Two thousand twenty census as NPR's Nina totenberg reports the case will test the most consequential Trump administration initiative since the two thousand seventeen travel ban. This is bureau estimates that the addition of the citizenship question will mean at minimum some six point five million people will not fill out the census form, and that number is spread over the country unevenly with undercounts concentrated in urban areas or immigrant groups live leaving rural mainly white areas. Unaffected the Trump administration contends the question is needed in order to enforce the Voting Rights Act. An argument dismissed out of hand by administration. Critics who note that the voting law has been enforced for fifty years without the census asking a citizenship question. Nina, totenberg NPR news Washington on Wall Street stocks closed mixed on Monday. The Dow Jones industrials lost forty eight points. The NASDAQ composite index gained seventeen points and the s&p five hundred edit to this. Is NPR news. The agency that oversees Medicare says the health insurance program will run out of money in seven years, if congress takes no action to prevent it. A new report shows social security stance to become insolvent sixteen years, which is a year later than previously estimated Medicare and social security together. Make up about forty five percent of the federal budget a horror movie won the Easter holiday weekend box office with more than twenty six million dollars in ticket sales NPR's Trina Williams has details. The curse of lie. Your.

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"hormuz tehran" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"hormuz tehran" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And just go straight from the fridge to the trash all that food. We waste is a problem. But it's actually something we can change without a ton of effort. This is just eat it, why food waste matters, especially from American public media. I'm jed Kim. And this hour we meet at Minnesota mom whose family measures its food waste in onces with help from a tiny plastic bucket. There was a moment. When my oldest son was born, and he was eating his peas on his tray. And when he was done. I remember thinking, oh, my mom would have thrown this down the sinking. I'm like, but I don't want to throw this away. And we'll have some tasty ideas about what to do with your scraps banana peel cake anyone and just so, you know, we're not doing this to make you feel bad. I mean, we all waste food after this hour. Though, you'll look at your plate a lot differently. Stay tuned. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer. The House Judiciary committee has subpoenaed. Former White House counsel, Don Mcgann for a hearing next month and PR's Peter Overby tells us committee chairman Joe Nadler, sign the subpoena as the panel investigates alleged obstruction of Justice by the Trump White House net or called Magana critical witness to episodes of alleged obstruction and other misconduct. Mcgann gave thirty hours of testimony to special counsel Robert Muller's task force. And he appears as a key figure in the Muller report. He left the White House last October among the thirty six topics itemized in the subpoena. The efforts to deny that President Trump wanted Muller removed a special counsel potential pardons for Trump allies under investigation by the Justice department and attempts to weaken probes being conducted by federal prosecutors in Manhattan, never subpoenaed the full unredacted motor report last Friday. The hearing with McGee. Dan is scheduled for may twenty third. Peter Overby NPR news, Washington or conflicting reports regarding the number of foreigners killed in a wave of Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka countries torn administer puts the number thirty nine while the foreign ministry says thirty one foreigners died in the multiple attacks. State Department says at least four of those killed were Americans altho- nearly three hundred people were killed five hundred more were injured nine bomb blasts across the country, Sri Lankan officials say the main attacks were carried out by seven suicide bombers from our local moten Muslim group reports day, both US and Indian security services warned the government of the plan to tack weeks before the bombings Iran is taking a defiant tone after the us announced sanctions will be imposed on any country buying a Ronnie and oil NPR's. Peter Kenyon reports Tehran vomiting continue oil shipments despite US goal of reducing. Ron's exports to zero Iranian media seen as close to the revolutionary guard corps quota running officials as saying Washington's ending of San. Sanctions waivers has no value in the US will never achieve its goal of blocking all Iranian oil exports. One general is quoted as saying if Iran and oil tankers are denied use of the narrow straight of Hormuz, Tehran will shut the vital marine. Passage down secretary of state, Mike Pompeo announced the country still importing Ronnie in crude including major consumers, China and India will not see their waivers extended beyond may second Japan. South Korea and Turkey will also see their waivers expire on that date. Peter kenyon. NPR news is simple. The financial condition of the government's main retirement accounts for average Americans social security and Medicare remains shaky leaves based on the latest government analysis. Quinta report by three cabinet heads that oversee the program social security costs. Looks set to exceed income next year becoming insolvent by twenty thirty five Medicare looks like we'll be out of money by twenty twenty six a mixed close. On Wall Street today. The Dow was down forty eight points, the NASDAQ closed up seventeen points your list. Listening to NPR, and this is WNYC in New York. I'm Sean Carlson, mayor de Blasio is trying to ease concerns about a proposal to tear down to public housing buildings in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood. The plan was first reported by politico. I don't even know who had the discussion than what they said. And then it's been related by someone else's just the information's clearly gotten garbled. There's not any part of our plans for Nigeria where a building will be demolished. Unless a replacement is already built the mayor also insisted no tenants would be displaced. If it does go through the two nights buildings would be replaced by mixture of market rate and affordable housing nine other buildings in the Fulton houses complex would be transferred to private management. That's according to an elected official briefed on the plan. The plan is supposed to generate revenue to fix public housing, mayor de Blasio plants introduced a Bill banning new construction of glass skyscrapers. It's part of his efforts to cut citywide gig greenhouse gas emissions by thirty percent. The effort is part of. His own green new deal. The mayor says these types of skyscrapers are inefficient because so much energy escapes through their glass, facades. The Blasio says the Bill would require existing glass buildings to be retrofitted need, stricter new carbon emissions guidelines building emissions are the number one cause of greenhouse emissions in New York. The mayor's green you deal effort. Also includes plans to power all of the city's operations with clean electricity sources like Canadian hydropower mandatory organics recycling and the phasing out of city purchases of single use plastic food ware and processed meat for the rest of tonight here.

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"hormuz tehran" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"hormuz tehran" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Coming up on all things considered from ninety point three as a you. The death toll climbs following attacks on churches and hotels in tree Lenka and the White House threatened sanctions on allies who buy oil from Iran those stories coming up, but first the news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer. The House Judiciary committee has subpoenaed. Former White House counsel, Don Mcgann for a hearing next month. NPR's Peter Overby tells us committee chairman Joe Nadler, signed the subpoena as the panel investigates alleged obstruction of Justice by the Trump White House never called Magana critical witness to episodes of alleged obstruction and other misconduct. Mcgann gave thirty hours of testimony to special counsel Robert Muller's task force. And he appears as a key figure in the Muller report. He left the White House last October among the thirty six topics itemized in the subpoena. The efforts to deny that President Trump wanted Muller removed a special counsel, but Henschel pardons for Trump allies under investigation by the Justice department and attempts to weaken probes being conducted by federal prosecutors in Manhattan, Nadler, subpoenaed, the full unredacted mudder report last Friday. The hearing with Mcgann is scheduled for. May twenty third. Peter Overby NPR news, Washington or conflicting reports regarding the number of foreigners killed in a wave of Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka, the country's torn administer puts the number thirty nine while the foreign ministry says thirty one foreigners died in the multiple attacks. The State Department says at least four of those killed were Americans altho- nearly three hundred people were killed five hundred more were injured nine bomb blasts across the country, Sri Lankan officials say the main attacks were carried out by seven suicide bombers from our local moten Muslim group reports day, both US and Indian security services warned the government of the planned attack weeks before the bombings Iran is taking a defiant tone after the us announced sanctions will be imposed on any country buying Ronnie and oil PR's. Peter Kenyon reports Tehran is vowing to continue oil shipments despite US goal of reducing. Ron's exports to zero Iranian media seen as close to the revolutionary guard corps quota, Ronnie and officials as saying Washington's ending of sanctions waivers has. Has no value in the US will never achieve its goal of blocking all around the and oil exports. One general is quoted as saying if Iran and oil tankers are denied use of the narrow street of Hormuz, Tehran will shut the vital marine. Passage down secretary of state, Mike Pompeo announced that country still importing run in crude including major consumers, China and India will not see their waivers extended beyond may second Japan. South Korea and Turkey will also see their waivers expire on that date. Peter kenyon. NPR news. The financial condition of the government's main retirement accounts for average American social security and Medicare remains shaky lease based on the latest government analysis going to report by three cabinet heads that oversee the program social security costs. Looks set to exceed income next year becoming insolvent by twenty thirty five Medicare looks like we'll be out of money by twenty twenty six a mixed close. On Wall Street today. The Dow was down forty eight points, the NASDAQ closed up seventeen points. You're listening to NPR. Dr. President Trump today. Former presidential candidate Herman Cain is withdrawn his name from consideration for seat on the Federal Reserve Board amid a focus on some past scandals involving the former business leader McCain is the former CEO of the godfather spor Khaindrava. There's the former CO the Godfather's pizza chain. He left in two thousand twelve amid allegations of sexual harassment and infidelity those issues surf resurface to some extent after Trump's announcement. He was considering Cain for seat on the fed about twenty percent of kids and teens are not in the habit of drinking water every day and NPR's Alison Aubrey reports. A new study finds those who don't drink water consume more calories from soda and other sugary drinks visa analyze data. From a nationally Representative survey that included more than eight thousand kids H two and up study, author Asher Roth finger Penn State says he found that kids who did not drink any water on a given day consumed almost twice the number of calories from sugary drinks. He says given the. Link between sugary drinks, obesity and type two diabetes. The advice pediatricians give parents is this could drink water everyday. And it should be the first option they go to when their kids are thirsty. This study is published in JAMA pediatrics Allison Aubrey NPR news. Even though the military hasn't purchased F fifteen fighter jets from Boeing and more than a decade. The space companies now begun ramping up production of the fighter Boeing announced its beating up at Saint Louis production line after the airforce admitted nearly eight billion dollar budget request that included eight fifteen next year and seventy two in the.

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KCRW

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"hormuz tehran" Discussed on KCRW

"NPR news. I'm Audie Cornish. And I'm Ari Shapiro next. The political and cultural backdrop to the violence in stronger later secretary of state, Mike Pompeo says the US will put more sanctions pressure on countries that import oil from Iran today announcing that we will no longer grant any exemptions going to zero going zero across the board and on this Earth Day, look back at the past and future of the Clean Air Act. We've all become familiar with the idea of climate change denial. But I think what we're now seeing in. The Trump years is actually air pollution deny Google is trying to use artifice intelligence in medicine vow. The news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer. The House Judiciary committee has subpoenaed. Former White House counsel, Don Mcgann for a hearing next month and PR's Peter Overby tells us committee chairman Joe Nadler, signed the subpoena as the panel investigates alleged obstruction of Justice by the Trump White House net or called Magana critical witness to episodes of alleged obstruction and other misconduct. Mcgann gave thirty hours of testimony to special counsel Robert Muller's task force. And he appears his key figure in the Muller report. He left the White House last October among the thirty six topics itemized in the subpoena. The efforts to deny that President Trump wanted Muller removed a special counsel potential pardons for Trump allies under investigation by the Justice department and attempts to weaken probes being conducted by federal prosecutors in Manhattan, Nadler, subpoenaed, the full unredacted mater report last Friday, the hearing with Mcgann. Is scheduled for may twenty third. Peter Overby NPR news, Washington or conflicting reports regarding the number of foreigners killed in a wave of Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka. The country's torn minister puts the number thirty nine while the foreign ministry says thirty one foreigners died in multiple attacks. The State Department says at least four of those killed were Americans altho- nearly three hundred people were killed five hundred more were injured in nine bomb blasts across the country Sri Lankan officials say the main attacks carried out by seven suicide bombers from our local molten Muslim group. The report stay both US and Indian security services warned the government of the planned attack weeks before the bombings Arana's taking a fine tone after the US announced sanctions will be imposed on any country buying Ronnie and oil NPR's. Peter Kenyon reports Tehran has vowed to continue oil shipments despite the US goal of reducing. 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The financial condition of the government's main retirement accounts for average American social security Medicare remains shaky lease based on the latest government analysis to report by three cabinet heads oversee the program social security costs look set to exceed income next year becoming insolvent by twenty thirty five Medicare looks like it will be out of money by twenty twenty six a mixed close. On Wall Street today. The Dow was down forty eight points, the NASDAQ closed up seventeen points. You're listening. To NPR and this KCRW Larry Parral at five four on a Monday evening. Thanks for joining us. Here's what's happening should the voting age be lowered from eighteen to sixteen. That is the question before the school board this week L USD deal be hearing arguments in favor of a ballot measure studying whether to allow students sixteen or older to vote specifically in school board elections teller. Okay. K introduced the resolution before the board. 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"Immediately. So to his big global extremist networks, we don't have a claim of responsibility here to help us decipher this. The investigation begins entry long into the group responsible for the Easter Sunday attacked Monday, April twenty second, and this is all things considered from NPR news. An ATI Cornish. And I'm Ari Shapiro next. The political and cultural backdrop to the violence in Sri Lanka later. Secretary of state. Mike Pompeo says the US will put more sanctions pressure on countries that import oil from Iran today announcing that we will no longer grant any exemptions for going to zero going zero across the board and on this Earth Day, look back at the past and future of the Clean Air Act. We've all become familiar with the idea of climate change denial. But I think what we're now seeing and the Trump ears is actually air pollution tonight. Google is trying to use artificial intelligence in medicine vow. The news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer. The House Judiciary committee has subpoenaed. Former White House counsel, Don Mcgann for hearing next month and PR's Peter Overby tells us committee chairman Joe Nadler, signed the subpoena as the panel investigates alleged obstruction of Justice by the Trump White House net or called Magana critical witness to episodes of alleged obstruction and other misconduct Mcgann gave thirty hours of testimony to special counsel Robert Mueller's task force. And he appears as a key figure in the Muller report. He left the White House last October among the thirty six topics itemized in the subpoena. The efforts to deny that President Trump wanted Muller removed a special counsel potential pardons for Trump allies under investigation by the Justice department and attempts to weaken probes being conducted by federal prosecutors in Manhattan, never subpoenaed, the full unredacted Muller report last Friday, the hearing with Mcgann. Dan is scheduled for may twenty third. Peter Overby NPR news, Washington or conflicting reports regarding the number of foreigners killed in a wave of Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka. The country's tornado minister puts the number thirty nine while the foreign ministry says thirty one foreigners died in the multiple attacks. State Department says at least four of those killed were Americans altho- nearly three hundred people were killed five hundred more were injured in nine bomb blasts across the country, Sri Lankan officials say the main attacks were carried out by seven suicide bombers from our local not Muslim group reports day, both US and Indian security services warned the government the planned attack weeks before the bombings Iran taking a defiant tone after the US announce sanctions will be imposed on any country buying Ronnie and oil peers Peter Kenyon reports Tehran vomiting continue oil shipments despite US goal of reducing. 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NPR news Instanbul, the financial condition of the government's main retirement accounts for average American social security and Medicare remains shaky lease based on the latest government analysis going to report by three cabinet heads oversee the program social security costs look set to exceed income next year becoming insolvent by twenty thirty five Medicare looks like it will be out of money by twenty twenty six a mixed close. On Wall Street today. The Dow was down forty eight points, the NASDAQ closed up seventeen points. You're listening. To NPR Vancouver news. I mean, akin PG knee wants to raise customer rates by an average of twelve dollars a month. So it can pay investors a larger return when they lend the bankrupt utility money. He Cutie politics. Correspondent Marissa logos reports inner proposal filed with state regulators Monday PG and E proposes a sixteen percent return on equity for capital investors, far above the industry average of less than ten percent PG. Any officials say they won't be able to borrow enough money to make needed safety improvements, if they don't increase the return on equity, but the proposal appears political as well a utility spokeswoman says PG he would revisit the request. If state leaders, quote reach a sustainable and equitable policy solution to the wildfire crisis. PG and other utilities have been pushing for changes to state laws to help them defray the cost of wildfires. I'm Aretha Lagos. Katie news, San Francisco officials celebrated Earth Day today with. Move to raise the bar on clean energy. If passed by the board of supervisors knew ordinance would require commercial buildings over five five hundred thousand square feet to use only renewable energy by the year. Twenty twenty two some buildings like the one point four million square foot, Salesforce tower are already using clean energy. But supervisor Oshawa FAI who is sponsoring the ordinance says all commercial building should get on board. 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"Tuesday. It'll be sunny high near seventy two a slight chance of showers for tomorrow night. Otherwise, it will remain mostly cloudy. We'll see about fifty six and then by Wednesday. It'll be mostly cloudy early on then gradually become mostly sunny through the day with a high near sixty seven this is WNYC three PM. This is WNYC FM HD am New York. A series of suicide bombings in churches and hotels killed hundreds. And Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday. This is unlike anything the country has seen and this is a country that is used to experiencing suicide bombings, but not at this level of coordination. Not at this scale. I'm tansy Vega. And we start with that today on the takeaway also twenty years after the massacre at Columbine high school, we talked to two principals who've experienced school shootings from probably was first moments. I I knew this was going to be something that will change my life and the violence against women act is up for renewal and domestic abuse survivors are pushing congress to close the boyfriend loophole. I think that putting the onus violence on the victim is very naive because there's only so much you can do to stop someone from killing. The takeaway begins after these headlines. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Laurie London. Iran is taking a defiant tone after the US sanctions will be imposed on any country buying Iranian oil NPR's. Peter Kenyon reports Tehran is vowing to continue oil shipments. Despite the American goal of reducing Iran's exports to zero Iranian media seen as close to the revolutionary guard corps quota running officials as saying Washington's ending of sanctions waivers has no value in the US will never achieve its goal of blocking all running oil exports. One general is quoted as saying if running oil tankers denied use of the narrow street of Hormuz, Tehran will shut the vital marine. Passage down secretary of state, Mike Pompeo announced the country still importing Ronnie in crude including major consumers, China and India will not see their waivers extended beyond may second Japan, South Korea and Turkey will also see their waivers expire on that date. Peter kenyon. NPR news is symbol Florida's governor is asking President Trump to increase the federal government's portion of the cost of recovering from hurricane Michael. And paris. Greg Allen reports the request comes after meteorologists upgraded Michael to a category. Five storm governor Rhonda Sanish wrote a letter to President Trump just hours after the National Hurricane Center said it's post storm analysis showed Michael headwinds of one hundred sixty miles per hour, but it made landfall October on Florida's panhandle that makes it one of just four category. Five hurricanes to make landfall in the continental US since record keeping began. The saddest is asking the president to increase the federal share of recovery costs from seventy five percent to ninety percent a move. The governor says would save Florida hundreds of millions of dollars in his letter Disentis notes that after Hurricane Andrew in nineteen Ninety-two the federal government adjusted its share to cover one hundred percent of the cost hurricane Michael the governor rights should be no different. Greg. Allen NPR news Miami. Mexico's homicide rate is surging again with record numbers of murders. In the first quarter of the year James players reports from Mexico City, the violence is also reached parts of the country that are traditionally more peaceful. This stock I quote homicides statistic of almost eight thousand five hundred motives must connected to drug cartels is that cliff? Red flag indication magnitude of the crisis facing the Mexican government with low arrest rates, even low convictions because most people terrified to testify against organized crime president Andre manual Lopez. Oberdorf promised to reduce violence, but voters have grown since he took office in December. On Wall Street, stocks are mixed as investors await a long list of earnings reports on this busiest week of earning season. The Dow down fifty one points at twenty six thousand five five the s&p is flat. This is NPR. And this is WNYC in New York. I'm Sean Carlson. A judge has denied the defense. Motion to set aside the guilty verdict in the trial over the 2016 sixteen murder of queens. Jogger chanel? Louis was convicted earlier this month of killing Carina Tronto his attorneys have alleged juror misconduct. But after hearing testimony from several jers today, the judge decided that the verdict will stand Lewis will be sentenced tomorrow, his attorneys plan to appeal a Staten Island church and musk in Somerset, New Jersey are holding services this evening to honor those killed in Sri Lanka against been hearing. Hundreds of people were injured and killed in a wave of bombings at churches and hotels Easter Sunday yesterday. She Lankan Catholics will host vigil tonight at Saint adelbert church on Staten Island in New Jersey. The Franklin township interfaith council will also hold a vigil at a musk in Somerset that is also tonight. For the rest of the evening here in our.

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"Noon. A series of suicide bombings in churches and hotels killed hundreds in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday. This is unlike anything the country scene, and this is a country that is used to experiencing suicide bombings, but not at this level of coordination. Not at this scale. I'm tansy Vega. And we start with that today on the takeaway also twenty years after the massacre at Columbine high school, we talked to two principals who've experienced school shootings from probably those first moments. I knew this was going to be something that will change my life and the violence against women act is up for renewal and domestic abuse survivors or pushing congress to close the boyfriend loophole. I think that putting the onus violence on the victim is very naive because there's only so much you can do to stop someone killing the takeaway begins after these headlines. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Laurie London. Iran is taking a defiant tone after the US announce sanctions will be imposed on any country buying Iranian oil NPR's. Peter Kenyon reports Tehran is vowing to continue oil shipments. Despite the American goal of reducing Iran's exports to zero in media seen as close to the revolutionary guard corps quota running officials as saying Washington's ending of sanctions waivers has no value in the US will never achieve its goal of blocking all around oil exports. One general is quoted as saying if running oil tankers denied use of the narrow street of Hormuz, Tehran will shut the vital marine. Passage down secretary of state, Mike Pompeo announce that country still importing run in crude including major consumers, China and India will not see their waivers extended beyond may second Japan, South Korea and Turkey will also see their waivers expire on that date. Peter kenyon. NPR news is dental Florida's governor is asking President Trump to increase the federal government's portion of.

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Pompeo says U.S. will sanction any country importing oil from Iran

"Iran is taking a defiant tone after the US announce sanctions will be imposed on any country buying Iranian oil NPR's. Peter Kenyon reports Tehran is vowing to continue oil shipments. Despite the American goal of reducing Iran's exports to zero in media seen as close to the revolutionary guard corps quota running officials as saying Washington's ending of sanctions waivers has no value in the US will never achieve its goal of blocking all around oil exports. One general is quoted as saying if running oil tankers denied use of the narrow street of Hormuz, Tehran will shut the vital marine. Passage down secretary of state, Mike Pompeo announce that country still importing run in crude including major consumers, China and India will not see their waivers extended beyond may second Japan, South Korea and Turkey will also see their waivers expire on

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