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"But the bill does nothing to help the uninsured Even though the measures passed in the democratic controlled House its future in the Senate is uncertain Critics say the bill would raise premiums and it fails to target pharmaceutical middlemen considered a factor in high pricing Iowa Republican senator chuck grassley says Democrats are just reaching for a campaign issue saying the GOP would agree to changes in prescription costs if the other side dropped its bid to allow Medicare to negotiate drug prices I'm Jackie Quinn Ukraine says Russian forces have seized food for Mario pole The Ukrainian government says the forces blocked 45 buses that have been sent to evacuate civilians from the besieged port city of mariupol and only 631 people were able to get out of the city in private cars Deputy prime minister Iran for rev shook added late Thursday the 12 Ukrainian buses with humanitarian aid had left melitopol for mariupol but the Russian forces had stopped them seizing the 14 tons of food and medicines on board I'm Charles De Ledesma Ukraine authorities say Russian troops have left the heavily contaminated Chernobyl nuclear site after returning control to Ukrainians Ukraine's state power company energy atom says the pullout at Chernobyl came after soldiers received significant doses of radiation from digging trenches in the forest in the exclusion zone around the closed plant the International Atomic Energy Agency says it can not independently confirm the exposure claim the company adds some Russian forces had set off towards the Belarusian border I'm Charles De.
"international atomic" Discussed on AP News
"Does nothing to help the uninsured Even though the measures passed in the democratic controlled House its future in the Senate is uncertain Critics say the bill would raise premiums and it fails to target pharmaceutical middlemen considered a factor in high pricing Iowa Republican senator chuck grassley says Democrats are just reaching for a campaign issue saying the GOP would agree to changes in prescription costs if the other side dropped its bid to allow Medicare to negotiate drug prices I'm Jackie Quinn Ukraine says Russian forces have seized food for Mario pole The Ukrainian government says the forces blocked 45 buses that have been sent to evacuate civilians from the besieged port city of mariupol and only 631 people were able to get out of the city in private cars Deputy prime minister arana for rev shook added late Thursday the 12 Ukrainian buses with humanitarian aid had left melitopol for Mario pole but the Russian forces had stopped them seizing the 14 tons of food and medicines on board I'm Charles De Ledesma Ukraine authorities say Russian troops have left the heavily contaminated Chernobyl nuclear site after returning control to Ukrainians Ukraine's state power company energy atom says the pullout at Chernobyl came after soldiers received significant doses of radiation from digging trenches in the forest in the exclusion zone around the closed plant the International Atomic Energy Agency says it can not independently confirm the exposure claim the company adds some Russian forces had set off towards the Belarusian border I'm Charles De Ledesma.
Russians leave Chernobyl; Ukraine braces for renewed attacks
"He he claimed claimed authorities authorities say say Russian Russian troops troops have have left left the the heavily heavily contaminated contaminated showing showing the the bill bill nucleoside nucleoside often often returning returning control control to to Ukrainians Ukrainians Ukraine Ukraine to to state state power power company company initial initial item item says says the the pullout pullout at at Chernobyl Chernobyl came came off off the the soldiers soldiers received received significant significant doses doses of of radiation radiation from from digging digging trenches trenches in in the the forest forest in in the the exclusion exclusion zone zone around around the the clothes clothes pond pond the the international international atomic atomic energy energy agency agency says says it it cannot cannot independently independently confirm confirm the the exposure exposure claim claim the the company company adds adds some some Russian Russian forces forces has has set set off off towards towards the the Belarussian Belarussian border border I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma
Ukrainians flee some besieged cities as conditions worsen
"Adding to the documentarian conditions Ukrainian space concerns about the safety of the Chernobyl plant in Ukraine which Russian forces seized last week Chernobyl's the side of the world's worst nuclear accident in nineteen eighty six Chernobyl's cranium grid operator citing the national nuclear regulator Sisko's images are without power I think the diesel generators have fuel just for forty eight hours without power a spokesperson says the parameters of nuclear and radiation safety cannot be controlled however the Vienna based international atomic energy agency says that while the development violates a key safety pin up on insuring uninterrupted power supply it sees no critical impact on safety I'm Charles the last month
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"By that actually Introducing DirecTV stream the best of live TV and on demand with no annual contract Get your TV together At DirecTV dot com Why is high speed Internet in the battle to buy his content Restrictions apply Agent of Ukraine has involved fighting around the country's nuclear power plants and that's raising concerns about their safety I'm Ben Thomas with the closer look Ukraine is heavily reliant on nuclear energy 15 reactors at four stations provide about half the country's electricity This apparition plant seized by Russian forces last week have 6 of those reactors the International Atomic Energy Agency sets the plant staffer now required to seek approval for any operation even maintenance from the Russians Normal communications there have been hampered with the Internet and some mobile networks switched off Ukraine's regulatory authority says phone lines emails and facts are no longer working In a nearly two hour call Sunday French president Emmanuel Macron told Russian president Vladimir Putin Ukraine's nuclear facilities must not be targeted or otherwise caught up in the fighting Putin replied that was not Russia's intent I'm Ben Thomas Authorities say 7 people including two children under the age of 5 were killed after tornadoes swept through Iowa Saturday in the deadliest storm in the state since 2008 the tornadoes struck Madison county were 6 were killed near the town of winterset and Lucas county where one died in an RV in addition several were injured Governor Kim Reynolds toward some of the areas and says the devastation was unimaginable but the response has been amazing Where I am once and that's what we do We show up We take care of our family We take care of our neighbors and we take care of our community The national weather service has preliminary.
Live updates: Russia interfering at nuclear plant, IAEA says
"Russia's invasion of Ukraine has involved fighting around the country's nuclear power plants and that's raising concerns about their safety I'm Ben Thomas with a closer look you crane is heavily reliant on nuclear energy fifteen reactors at four stations provide about half the country's electricity the separation plant seized by Russian forces last week had six of those reactors the international atomic energy agency says the plant staffer now required to seek approval for any operation even maintenance from the Russians normal communications there have been hampered with the internet and some mobile networks switched off the greens regulatory authority says phone lines emails and facts are no longer working in a nearly two hour call Sunday French president Emmanuel macron told Russian president Vladimir Putin Ukraine's nuclear facilities must not be targeted or otherwise caught up in the fighting Putin replied that was not Russia is intent on Ben Thomas
"international atomic" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Hope the people of Ukraine will be able to see this as a clear manifestation that we have friends who literally stay stand by us And colo also says he and blinken had meaningful conversations about weapons sanctions And the ongoing isolation of Russia on the international scene Oil prices are rising amid the war between Russia and Ukraine But some possible good news for those worried about higher prices as well Bloomberg's Courtney duda hall explains Denise Iran has agreed to provide international atomic monitors with documents that will help resolve a contentious investigation This can pave the way for a broader nuclear agreement with world powers and a potential return of Iranian oil to global markets The International Atomic Energy Agency's board of governors is scheduled to convene its quarterly meeting to discuss the Iran probe on Monday Denise Thank you Courtney And the IAEA is now also saying it expects Iran's foreign minister to travel to Vienna Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies among the winners amid the war in Ukraine Because Ukraine has already spent more than $15 million it got in cryptocurrency donations more on that from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet The Ukrainian government may have more to spend it thinks the donations will double the 50 million It's already received in the next few days The ministry has been buying everything from vest to food packages and night vision devices and it says almost half of the sellers have been willing to accept payment in cryptocurrency Thank you Charlie And global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake Powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries In the new surviving to these Pellegrini.
"international atomic" Discussed on WTOP
"Sports The top stories we're following for you today on WTO we've learned this morning that there were 14 people who were injured three of them seriously during yesterday's friendly garden apartment explosion and fire Montgomery county fire also reporting that all known residents have been accounted for although Cruz are still searching that area in case there were visitors to that building at the time of the explosion fire officials also think that some maintenance work at the building yesterday may have played a role in the explosion The fire is out at a nuclear power plant in Ukraine after it was attacked by Russian forces three Ukrainian soldiers died in the fight The International Atomic Energy Agency says no nuclear material was released during the shelling of that facility stay with WTO for more on these developing stories in just minutes 9 47 the help wanted sign is out at the Internal Revenue Service The IRS is rushing to hire 10,000 workers as it faces a backlog of nearly 25 million tax returns dating back to 2020 The agency doesn't expect to resolve the backlog until the end of this year The hiring search will be the largest at the IRS in decades That's CBS correspondent Jim crystal Coming up in money news Markets start the day lower again The desk salad is apparently back I'm Jeff label It's 9 47 9 48 it's traffic.
EXPLAINER: How dangerous was Russia's nuclear plant strike?
"Russian troops attacked the largest nuclear plant in Europe setting part of the plant on fire lifestream security video from Thursday night showed Russian armored vehicles driving into the parking lot of a nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine and opening fire the muzzle flashes followed by explosions smoke then flames the mayor of a neighborhood are in this translation police with the Russians to cease fire I ask you to come to your senses immediately stop firing at this up but eats a nuclear power plant a plant spokesman then broadcast a warning here's that translation via warning equipment of the Russian federation is firing on this apple beats a nuclear power plant there is a real threat to the nuclear danger at the biggest nuclear power plant in Europe the international atomic energy agency said the fire had not affected essential equipment and Ukraine's nuclear regulator reported no change in radiation levels as
"international atomic" Discussed on KOMO
"Trying to hold on to the country's second largest city kharkiv which has been mercilessly shelled the day Russian missiles striking the city's university another clear civilian target President zelensky addressing the nation claiming as many as 9000 Russian forces have been killed We are a nation that broke the enemy's plans in a week We stop them We beat them But that number much higher than the Russian claim of 498 dead troops As in all wars it's innocent civilians who are suffering the most 1 million people now driven from their homes and their land Ukrainian officials say more than 2000 have been killed in the Russian advance And here near the capital that massive Russian convoy appearing to stall 70 miles north of the city But U.S. officials warning they're taking time to regroup And a big reason why it stalled is Ukrainian resistance The International Criminal Court launching an investigation into possible war crimes But the popular resistance to the Russian occupation is growing Here blocking the road to Europe's largest nuclear power plant where officials deny Russian claims it's under their control But in the north the Russians do control Chernobyl the site of the nuclear disaster in the 1980s the International Atomic Energy Agency warning that the area needs to be protected asking for a no fly zone In the capital we go inside the country's largest children's hospital where the patients the children have been moved to the basement amid fears and attack could come at any moment This is what this.
Experts to visit Fukushima plant to check water release plan
"Experts experts experts experts from from from from the the the the international international international international atomic atomic atomic atomic energy energy energy energy agency agency agency agency will will will will visit visit visit visit Japan's Japan's Japan's Japan's wrecked wrecked wrecked wrecked Fukushima Fukushima Fukushima Fukushima nuclear nuclear nuclear nuclear power power power power plant plant plant plant next next next next week week week week to to to to review review review review plans plans plans plans to to to to begin begin begin begin releasing releasing releasing releasing more more more more than than than than a a a a million million million million tons tons tons tons of of of of treated treated treated treated radioactive radioactive radioactive radioactive water water water water into into into into the the the the sea sea sea sea the the the government government government hopes hopes hopes the the the mission mission mission will will will assure assure assure people people people of of of the the the safety safety safety of of of the the the release release release is is is expected expected expected to to to take take take decades decades decades to to to finish finish finish the the the war war war has has has been been been stored stored stored in in in about about about one one one thousand thousand thousand tanks tanks tanks at at at the the the plant plant plant these these these need need need to to to be be be removed removed removed to to to allow allow allow for for for the the the plant's plant's plant's decommissioning decommissioning decommissioning a a a massive massive massive earthquake earthquake earthquake and and and tsunami tsunami tsunami in in in twenty twenty twenty eleven eleven eleven destroyed destroyed destroyed the the the cooling cooling cooling systems systems systems triggering triggering triggering the the the meltdown meltdown meltdown of of of three three three reactors reactors reactors and and and the the the release release release of of of large large large amounts amounts amounts of of of radiation radiation radiation water water water used used used to to to cool cool cool the the the reactor reactor reactor cools cools cools who who who since since since leaked leaked leaked extensively extensively extensively the the the plan plan plan however however however has has has been been been fiercely fiercely fiercely opposed opposed opposed by by by fishermen fishermen fishermen local local local residents residents residents and and and Japan's Japan's Japan's neighbors neighbors neighbors including including including China China China and and and South South South Korea Korea Korea I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles last last last month month month
UN watchdog says Iran will allow new cameras at nuclear site
"The the United United Nations Nations nuclear nuclear watchdog watchdog says says Iran Iran will will allow allow new new cameras cameras I I think think she she nuclear nuclear site site the the international international atomic atomic energy energy agency agency under under Ron Ron have have reached reached a a deal deal to to reinstall reinstall cameras cameras damaged damaged as as a a site site that that manufactures manufactures centrifuge centrifuge parts parts however however inspectors inspectors remain remain limited limited on on what what footage footage they they can can access access that that the the agreement agreement will will see see come come was was put put back back out out to to Karaj Karaj which which came came on on to to what what Iran Iran describes describes as as a a separate separate charge charge attack attack in in June June Iran Iran since since house house of of fused fused I I A. A. E. E. A. A. teams teams access access to to replace replace cameras cameras damaged damaged in in the the incident incident part part of of an an ongoing ongoing hardline hardline tack tack taken taken by by two two round round of of negotiations negotiations it's it's tough tough to to to to twenty twenty fifteen fifteen you you could could deal deal with with world world powers powers I'm I'm Charles Charles the the last last month month
UN nuclear chief: Limited Iran access giving 'blurred image'
"The the chief chief of of the the United United Nations Nations says says limited limited access access in in Iran Iran he's he's not not giving giving experts experts a a full full picture picture of of its its nuclear nuclear program program Rafael Rafael Mariano Mariano grossi grossi warns warns the the restrictions restrictions placed placed by by his his inspectors inspectors in in Iran Iran threatened threatened to to give give the the world world only only a a very very blurred blurred image image of of Tehran's Tehran's program program as as in in which which she's she's you you William William closer closer than than ever ever to to weapons weapons grade grade levels levels speaking speaking in in a a wide wide ranging ranging interview interview to to the the Associated Associated Press Press because because he he says says he he wants wants to to tell tell me me wrong wrong there's there's no no way way round round his his inspectors inspectors at at the the international international atomic atomic energy energy agency agency the the U. U. N. N. warns warns Iran Iran deal deal negotiations negotiations in in Vienna Vienna I'm I'm not not making making progress progress the the chief chief of of Iran's Iran's civilian civilian nuclear nuclear program program has has insisted insisted his his country country would would refuse refuse the the IAEA IAEA access access to to a a sensitive sensitive centrifuges centrifuges simply simply plant plant I'm I'm Charles Charles Taylor Taylor this this month month
Iran to Allow UN Nuclear Watchdog to Service Monitoring Equipment
"Yesterday an agreement was reached between the head of the united nations nuclear watchdog and iran's nuclear chief. It's hoped this will prevent another crisis looming over the prospect of restoring. Iran's two thousand fifteen nuclear deal. The hastily-arranged meeting comes after the international atomic energy agency. The ira released to worrying reports sharing the agency's concern over iran's nuclear program. Holly digress is senior fellow at the atlantic council and curator of the iranian newsletter. She joins me now to discuss this. All you can you tell us what was within those reports. What are the. Ira ea specific concerns. Well these two reports were confidential and so what we learned about it basically. Was that the two issues. The international atomic energy agency had noted specifically was that iran had not given urgent access to some of its monitoring equipment to swap out memory cards and the other one. Was that There hadn't been any There there were actually still for the past year looking into investigating uranium traces. That were found at several old undeclared sites and iran had yet to provide answers for them. So these were too large concerns. The iowa had about iran's nuclear program and so there was some worries last week When these two reports came out because of course There hadn't been any talk since june. And the fact that raphael grassi there were talks that he would visit tehran and that these memory cards had actually ran out of space so they had they have to be switch every three months and without these memory cards on these security cameras. That monitor iran's nuclear program. They wouldn't be able to see what's going
Iran Nuclear Talks to Resume as IAEA Head Returns to Tehran
"Iran says the head of the international atomic energy agency is heading to tehran today for talks on reviving the iran nuclear deal. Raphael grassi is due to meet with. Iran's vice president and head of the country's atomic organisation. It's groceries first. Visit to iran since president ibrahim racy took
Iran Says U.N. Atomic Agency Head Arriving in Tehran for Talks
"Iran says the head of the international atomic energy organization is in the country for talks with Iranian officials Iran's envoy to the I. A. E. A. says in a tweet the Rafael grossi will travel to Tehran where he's scheduled to meet Iran's vice president and head of the country's atomic organization on Sunday the envoy added the two sides will subsequently issue a joint statement it will be because his first visit to the country since you president Abraham racy took office talks between Iran and world powers over limiting Iran's nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief had been idle since June and rice he took office in August I'm Charles through that month
IAEA Sends Experts to Japan to Review Fukushima Water Release Plan
"The international atomic energy agency. I a and japan have agreed on thursday to a time line on monitoring the treated water to be released from the fukami shot chai nuclear power. Plant an i. E. eighteen met with senior officials in japan to officially launch a review process of the water that became contaminated with radioactive elements after an earthquake and soon nami in twenty eleven. The first in a series of visits to monitor the treated water. That will be released in. Twenty twenty three is part of a es commitment to keep the process under observation before during and after the water discharge the i a special task force for water. Disposal will meet in the coming weeks to prepare the reviews. I chief rafael marianna. Welcome japan's invitation to conduct the first technical review by the end of the year
North Korea Appears to Have Restarted Yongbyon Nuclear Reactor, U.N. Body Says
"The U. N. atomic agency says it appears North Korea has restarted its main nuclear reactor the international atomic energy agency report since early July there are indicators including discharge water did suggest a five megawatt nuclear reactor north of Pyongyang is back in operation the reactor produces plutonium a key ingredient for building nuclear weapons the report says there are also signs a radiochemical laboratory is also back in operation North Korea had warned it plan to enlarge its nuclear arsenal with U. S. diplomacy having gone dormant the I. A. E. A. report calls north Korea's nuclear activities cause for serious concern I'm Jackie Quinn
"international atomic" Discussed on CNN 5 Things
"Through jewish storm this strong with the surge. The wind the rain that we were talking about hurricane ida. there's going to be devastating impacts and we have to do everything we can to to save lives. Meanwhile hospitals in parts of louisiana and three other southern states are running out of oxygen as cove in nineteen cases continue to soar don across a senior director at a healthcare performance. Improvement company told cnn that some oxygen tank levels are being allowed to drop lower than they would be otherwise and are coming back with less oxygen than they would normally have. The effected states are louisiana texas south carolina and florida on saturday florida had the highest covert hospitalization rate in the country. With seventy five patients per one hundred thousand hospital residents. One doctor told cnn that he's frustrated and quote tired of seeing people die in suffer because they did not take vaccine. North korea. pierce have restarted operations at a nuclear plant. That's able to produce weapons-grade plutonium and report from the international atomic energy agency. Evidence at the plant may be active. Includes the discharge of cooling water in early july the power plant and a nearby radio lab that also reportedly show signs of being active are located north korea's best. No nuclear complex inspectors from the agency were kicked out of north korea in two thousand nine that have been forced to monitor the country's nuclear facilities remotely the agency says north korea's continuation of its nuclear program is a clear violation of you and security council resolutions and is deeply regrettable and finally ed asner who rose to fame as lou grant on the mary. Tyler moore show died yesterday. According to his publicist asner was surrounded by his loved. Ones in los angeles asner was a veteran of the chicago. Comedy theater scene before landing the role of the gruff and snap a grant on mary. Tyler moore. His character was eventually spun off into its own hourly drama lou grant. Asner was married twice in survived by four children. You're up to date. We'll be back at nine. Am eastern with the latest headlines whenever you want them and wherever you.
European Powers Warn Iran Over Enriched Uranium Metal Production
"Iran has begun the process of producing enriched uranium metal. The un atomic watchdog said yesterday. A move that could help develop a nuclear weapon that three european powers said threaten talks to revive the twenty fifteen iran nuclear deal iran steps which were disclosed by the international atomic energy agency. And which tehran said were aimed developing fuel for a research reactor also drew criticism from the united states which called them an unfortunate step backwards. Us and european officials made it clear that iran's decision would complicates and potentially torpedo indirect us iranian talks seeking to bring both nations back into compliance with the two thousand fifteen deal which was abandoned by the former us. President donald trump the deal imposed curbs on iran's nuclear program to make it harder for tehran develop fissile material for nuclear weapons in return for the lifting of economic sanctions after trump withdrew. Iran began violating many of its restrictions. Theron already produced a small amount of uranium metal this year. that was not enriched. That is a breach of the deal. Which bans all work on. Uranium metal since it can be used to make the core of a nuclear bomb britain. France and germany said on tuesday they had grave concern about iran's decision which violates the nuclear deal formerly named the joint comprehensive plan of action.
UN Watchdog: Access to Key Iranian Data Lacking Since Feb 23
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the U. Y. nuclear watchdog says it hasn't had access to key Iranian data since February the international atomic energy agency reported Monday it has been unable to access key data monitoring Iran's nuclear program since February the I. A. E. A. as the United Nations atomic watchdog the confidential document distributed to member countries and seen by the Associated Press says the I AEA has not had access to data from its online in Richmond monitors electric seals or two measurement recording since February twenty third that's when Iran began limiting inspections in order to pressure the bite administration to lift sanctions that were re imposed by then president Donald Trump in twenty eighteen after trump pulled the U. S. out of the twenty fifteen nuclear deal with Iran hi Mike Crossey out
Iran Says Inspectors May No Longer Get Nuclear Sites Images
"Iran's parliament speaker says that international inspectors may no longer access surveillance images of the slump republics and you can't sites escalating tensions amid diplomatic efforts in Vienna to say Toronto atomic accord with world powers the comments by Iran's parliament speaker ad by state TV further underscored the narrowing window for the U. S. and others to reach terms with Iran this article public is already enriching and stockpiling uranium at levels far beyond those allowed by the two thousand and fifteen nuclear deal the international atomic energy agency has said its director general will brief reporters in Vienna the United Nations agency did not immediately respond to requests for comment I'm sorry a shockingly
Official: Iran to Enrich Uranium to 60%, Highest Level Ever
"An Iranian nuclear negotiator says Iran will begin enriching uranium to sixty percent purity higher than the program ever has been before off to an attack or is not towns nuclear facility the negotiators COMAND quoted by the state run on on in a news agency comes off Iran's foreign minister warned of god the weekend is sold on the town's could ongoing negotiations over its contents atomic deal with world powers those talks are aimed at finding a way for the US to reenter the agreement the goal of which is to limit Iran's enrichment of uranium in exchange gets relief on sanctions of Iran's latest move the international atomic energy agency says it was aware of the media reports but had no comment at the time I'm Charles the last month
Iran officially imposes curbs on UN nuclear inspections
"Iran has started restricting international inspections of its nuclear facilities at the same time the international atomic energy agency reports Tehran is now in reaching uranium to just below weapons grade the Associated Press has had a look at a confidential document the I. A. E. A. distributed to member countries which says Iran has added nearly forty pounds of uranium enriched up to twenty percent to its stockpile it's the first official confirmation of Iran's plans to enrich to greater purity just a technical step away from weapons grade levels and far past the level allowed under the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal with world powers in the meantime Iran has started restricting international inspections of its nuclear facilities it's seen as a bid to pressure European countries and president Biden to lift economic sanctions and restore that twenty fifteen deal world powers call it a dangerous move Ben Thomas Washington
Head of UN nuke watchdog meets Iran nuclear chief in Tehran
"Of the United Nations nuclear watchdog agency says Iran is giving inspectors less access to its atomic program, but will still allow the agency to monitor it. Rafael Grossi made the comment following an emergency trip to Iran and offered few specifics. But Iran's foreign minister says the International Atomic Energy Agency will no longer have access to footage from cameras at Iran's nuclear sites.
"international atomic" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Going in a very dark winner things they're going to get much tougher before they get easier, President elect Joe Biden says. If you can't coordinate on vaccine distribution with the Trump administration and his transition, more people will die as new cases hit me another near record, Fox's seven Brown has more live Dave. There were 166,000 new coronavirus cases reported yesterday across the U. S a big spike from a day earlier, according to Johns Hopkins University. There's also a record number of patients hospitalized with covert 19 more than 73,000, including more than 14,000 and ICUs matching numbers last seen during April. Surgeon cases. The rise and detected infections is prompting certain cities and states to once again implement lockdowns warning residents not to host large Thanksgiving dinners. Dave have a New York's governor is limiting gatherings to 10 people for Thanksgiving. But Fulton County Sheriff Richard Giordano says he won't enforce it. Telling Fox he told a worried grandfather going to a party of 14. I'm not gonna do that, you know, Enjoy your family. We're not going to do that. We're not gonna go door to door. We're not gonna arrest your son. The Trump campaign goes back to court today with another legal challenge in Pennsylvania. In Georgia. The president game 778 votes ever. Some ballots were found that were not tallied in the ongoing recount. But Joe Biden's lead there is still more than 13,000. Iran is warning of a crushing response if it is attacked, like President Trump had considered after a new report from the International Atomic Energy Agency, Finding Iran was producing 12 times the amount of uranium laid out in the 2015 nuclear deal. But after meeting with his acting defense secretary, the secretary of state and the top of Military general. The men reportedly convinced the commander in chief not to order a military strike in Iran against one of their key nuclear sites. That's Fox.
"international atomic" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Arc winner things they're going to get much tougher before they get easier. President elect Joe Biden says. If he can't coordinate on vaccine distribution with the Trump administration in his transition, more people will die as new cases hitting another near record, Fox's seven Brown has more live Dave. There were 166,000 new coronavirus cases reported yesterday across the U. S a big spike from a day earlier, according to Johns Hopkins University. There's also a record number of patients hospitalized with covert 19 more than 73,000, including more than 14,000 and ICUs matching numbers last seen during April's surgeon cases. The rise and detected infections is prompting certain cities and states to once again implement lockdowns warning residents not to host large Thanksgiving dinners. Dave have a New York's governor is limiting gatherings to 10 people for Thanksgiving. But Fulton County Sheriff Richard Giordano says he won't enforce it. Telling Fox. He told a worried grandfather going to a party of 14. Sir, I'm not gonna do that, you know, Enjoy your family. We're not going to do that. We're not gonna go door to door. We're not gonna arrest your son. The Trump campaign goes back to court today with another legal challenge in Pennsylvania. In Georgia. The president game 778 votes Everson. Ballots were found that were not tallied in the ongoing recount. But Joe Biden's lead there is still more than 13,000. Iran is warning of a crushing response if it is attacked, like President Trump had considered after a new report from the International Atomic Energy Agency, Finding Iran was producing 12 times the amount of uranium laid out in the 2015 nuclear deal. But after meeting with his acting defense secretary, the secretary of state and the top of Military general. The men reportedly convinced the commander in chief not to order a military strike in Iran against one of their key nuclear sites. That's Fox's Trey Yingst, America's listening.
"international atomic" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Covert keep surging. I'm Dave Anthony Fox news going in a very dark winner things they're going to get much tougher before they get easier. President Elect Joe Biden says If he can't coordinate on vaccine distribution with the Trump administration and his transition, more people will die as new cases hitting another near record, Fox's seven Brown has more live Dave. There were 166,000 new coronavirus cases reported yesterday across the U. S a big spike from a day earlier, according to Johns Hopkins University. There's also a record number of patients hospitalized with covert 19 more than 73,000, including more than 14,000 and ICUs matching numbers last seen during April's surgeon cases. The rise and detected infections is prompting certain cities and states to once again implement lockdowns warning residents not to host large Thanksgiving dinners. Dave have a New York's governor is limiting gatherings to 10 people for Thanksgiving. But Fulton County Sheriff Richard Giordano says he won't enforce it. Telling Fox he told a worried grandfather going to a party of 14 or I'm not gonna do that, You know, Enjoy your family. We're not going to do that. We're not gonna go door to door. We're not gonna arrest your son. The Trump campaign goes back to court today with another legal challenge in Pennsylvania. The end Georgia the president game 778 votes after some ballots were found that were not tallied in the ongoing recount. But Joe Biden's lead there is still more than 13,000. Iran is warning of a crushing response if it is attacked, like President Trump had considered after a new report from the International Atomic Energy Agency, Finding Iran was producing 12 times the amount of uranium laid out in the 2015 nuclear deal. But after meeting with his acting defense secretary, the secretary of state and the top of Military general. The men reportedly convinced the commander in chief not to order a military strike in Iran against one of their key nuclear sites. That's Fox's Trey.
"international atomic" Discussed on KQED Radio
"An International Atomic Energy Agency conference in Vienna today. Ali Akbar Salehi, who leads Iran's nuclear agency, said the Haram believes the agreement is worth preserving. But he also says keeping the global packed alive has been a struggle. Since President Trump withdrew the US from it in 2018. The US has since imposed more sanctions on Iran. US stocks are sharply lower this hour. The Dow Jones industrial average falling 766 points since the Open 2.7%. It's a 26,891. The NASDAQ is down 1.3%. This is NPR. Live from Kait Q. E D news on Brian what the mayor of East Palo Alto is calling on San Mateo County to provide additional support in addressing the city's Hiko vid 19 positivity rate, The largely black and brown community has been hit especially hard by the pandemic cooties. Julie Chang has more Covitz 19 positivity rate in East Palo Alto is over 15% more than three times higher than the county average. Nearly two thirds of the East Palo Alto population is Hispanic or Latino and the 10th is black, according to Mayor Regina Wallace Jones. We do supply the region with essential workers. That is a hallmark of our city, and it has been since it's Inc. That we have higher exposure. Wallace Jones says the high density housing as well as the undocumented and uninsured populations who lived there also contribute to the higher positivity rate. She says. The city has been focused on ramping up testing since May to get a clear look at how the virus is affecting their population. I'm Julie Chang Four men were stabbed and seriously injured in Fremont over the weekend. This happened on Stockton way early yesterday morning. Police say the stabbings were the result of an ongoing dispute. They said members of one group of men confronted another group. The two sides argued in a fight broke out. The hospitalized victims were stabilized and are expected to survive. In sports. The Giants beat the A's 14 to 2. So the AI still haven't clinched the American League West. The eyes are off today. The Giants host Iraqis at 6 45. The 40 Niners beat the Jets 31 2 13, but several players left with injuries, including Nick Bosa and Jimmy Garoppolo. I'm Brian Watt Media News. Support for NPR comes from see three c three dot I software and April's organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale. Solving previously unsolvable business problems. Learn more. It's C three Dottie I and by the listeners and supporters of VD Public radio. It is day one of our fall fundraiser Support Forum right now, If you haven't any amount will work. $5 a month is a sustaining member 1 809 378850 make a one time gift or a monthly gift you could do so online. Adq.
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"Headed toward New York Avenue with Lane's reported to be available to you and no other issues there. Rob Stole worth w T o p TRAFFIC R w GOP four day forecast with storm team forced Chuck Bell all is quiet in the weather apartment for the rest of your Wednesday. All sunshine northwesterly breezes today will keep the humidity levels down in the comfortable range highs today will be in the mid to upper eighties but again a nice day to be outside tomorrow, the niceness goes away because the humidity comes back in a big jump in temperatures, too. Today will be in the mid to upper eighties tomorrow 95 to 97 degrees and the Heat index with all that sunshine tomorrow could jump over 100 degrees Friday will also be hot with eyes near 95 a heat index near 100, but clouds will start to spread into the area on Friday. There's a least a small chance for rain later on Friday afternoon Saturday, temperatures will stay in the eighties. It'll be cloudy all day, and there's a chance for some rain earlier on today, but a risk unfortunately of some heavy rain, which will have a flooding concern. Saturday night. I'm storm team for meteorologist Chuck Bell for w T O P 78 Sunny right now in the nation's capital temperature is heading to the mid to upper eighties. It's 11 51 new this morning, the U. N nuclear watchdog agency says. Tehran has agreed to allow inspectors into two sites where Iran is suspected of having stored or used undeclared nuclear material. The International Atomic Energy Agency says Iran was voluntarily providing the IAEA a with access to those locations. It says dates, though for the inspections had been agreed. One. We're not certain yet when they will take place. Iran had been resisting providing access to the sites, which were thought to be from the early two thousand's. Before it's signed the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers Iran had been maintaining that the IAEA had no legal basis. To visit those sites. Russian opposition leader Alexey.
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"From the international atomic energy agency which monitors Iran's nuclear facilities earlier today vice president Mike pence offer this warning under president Donald Trump America will never allow Iran to obtain a nuclear weapon that's pence speaking at a conference in Washington earlier today and joining us now to discuss Iran's nuclear activities is NPR's Jeff from people who cover science and security forces Jeff hi there let's start with the vice president's comment there is that what Iran is trying to do get a nuclear weapon well at the moment it looks like the answer to that question is no so you need a little in restaurant one no one here by color only a tiny fraction of the uranium they get stuck out of the ground can actually be used for things like nuclear power reactors and nuclear weapons and so what the process of in Richmond is doing is actually concentrating that level if you're rich to about five percent that's good for reactor closer to ninety percent is what you really need for nuclear bomb now under the nuclear deal around promised to keep it pretty low at three point six seven percent just over the weekend around announced it was going to be going up to around four and a half percent that's still way below Barton great so they're not sprinting in that direction towards a nuclear weapon what are they actually doing what they're doing is sending a message the US pulled out of this nuclear agreement last year and they've been making around life pretty miserable ever since they've reimposed a ton of sanctions and they've also impose sanctions on anyone who does business with the wrong but the US isn't the only party to the nuclear deal Europe China and Russia were also supposed to provide a Ron economic benefits and so around is crossing these lines in the deal to really try and ramp up the pressure on those other parties to give them some sort of economic benefit to remain at the deal and they've said that they're going to cross another line in sixty days if they don't start seeing those benefits although it's unclear exactly what that line would be so some of this is signaling using uranium enrichment to send a message but technically it does also get around closer to having with the need to build a nuclear weapon right it does I mean I would call it a baby step most of the experts I've spoken to about this were actually concerned we knew around what's going to make some sort of announcement they were concerned that it might be their run going all the way to twenty percent right away or near twenty percent in Richmond that will be a big step toward getting a nuclear weapon so Rhonda showing restraint here they're clearly trying to slowly ratchet up the pressure so how do we know if Iran does decide to start racing toward a nuclear weapon what signs would we see well the enrichment levels could go up much much higher the other thing to watch first right now they're all these nuclear inspectors crawling around Iran's facilities and they're the ones who can say yes they've gone over this limit no they haven't around may decide to kick them out and that would be a very very serious step that would indicate that maybe their intentions were changing and PR stuff from feel thank you thank you fifty years ago this month astronauts left their footprints on the moon what they brought home was rocks nearly half a ton of moon rock was collected by the six Apollo missions to the lunar surface NPR's nail grant Nell greenfield voice looks at what happened to those rocks my scientists still want to go back and get more when Darby Dyer was a kid she remembers watching the Apollo astronauts return she'd see their capsule bobbing in the ocean as the astronauts emerge with some precious cargo they climbed out and then they very carefully to the lunar samples and put them in the little river boat you were watching on TV absolutely the box holding the rocks look like an igloo cooler she never thought that someday she would study those rocks I was growing up in Indiana in the nineteen sixties girl didn't do science I never saw a woman scientist she set out to be a journalist but ended up majoring in geology as a college student she started working for a researcher who'd gotten some of the newly arrived moon rocks she remembers how he kept them under lock and key we all knew that the filing cabinet in his office was the safe you know I remember my hands shaking the first time he said well you know crying this up and put it in the sample holder and I was like are you sure Dyer is still studying moon rocks she's a researcher with the planetary science institute who is also a professor at Mount Holyoke College at her lab there she shows me a bunch of lunar samples Somers thin translucent slices of rock on microscope slides others look like gray pebbles in tiny glass vials a few vials look empty if you had the microscope you could look at these vile that seem to be empty and in them you would find tiny single crystals of lunar samples which we carefully save because we have to return every speck of this the Johnson Space Center when we're done Johnson Space Center in Houston Texas is the chief repository for Apollo samples the rocks and dirt are stored in special cases involves Ryan Ziggler is the curator he says the Apollo astronauts collected eight hundred and forty two pounds of lunar material eight hundred forty two pounds is couple refrigerators worth of samples in terms of sheer volume and wait he says a tiny fraction of all this was destroyed in analytical experiments some of it is on display like in museums but the vast majority is available for study there were two thousand two hundred individually numbered samples that came back and we looked at two thousand one hundred ninety four of them so we only have six understudied samples from the moon I love the unstudied ones a few are pristine they were vacuum sealed on the moon and have never been opened NASA was waiting for technology to advance and now the agency says it's time to open one it's not exactly because it's the fiftieth anniversary but it sort of is NASA recently picked six science teams to study these precious rocks one of the lucky scientist is dire I think we knew that there had been some samples put away for future uses and what I remember as a graduate student thinking man I went I wonder what that could be what we were doing in forty years what she'll be doing is studying tiny glass beads that forms during ancient eruptions to learn about volcanic activity already lunar samples of told scientists a lot about how the moon formed when a giant body hit the early earth but they've also learned about the rest of the solar system by dating rocks from lunar craters they could tell when different sized meteorites hit the moon which help them understand the history of other planets they were being similarly bombarded so it's really the underpinning of a huge amount of planetary science just being able to relate the size of the crater to how old it was NASA is aiming to go back to the moon maybe as soon as twenty twenty four I asked dire if she could go to the moon and get any rock what what she wants she says in the South Pole there's a giant crater where some massive impact seems to have punctured through the moon's crossed and exposed rocks that we don't see anywhere else on the surface of the moon I would love to go there and it would be really really important to understand is the interior of the moon really what we think it is she sometimes marvels at how far the study of lunar materials has come over her lifetime I've also been known to get the samples out on the night of a full moon and stand there in my office when I can see the moon out my window in thank look you know I got party here you know.
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"Nationwide number here on Schnitt enough for the fast food, fun and games now onto nuclear bombs, and Iran. Hey, how's that for a segue that's an award winner, right there? Damn writers. So what's happening here. We have a report from in his Rayleigh publication. That the Iran could be just months away from a nuclear weapon. Now, my printout is from Israel national news dot com. And if among stay can was out, roots Sheva is the actual news source here, but according to this report. Ali Hyman, who headed the International Atomic Energy agency's. I a EA security team and served as the organization's deputy director, general this morning. Wednesday, June fifth twenty nineteen told Israeli army radio that is rallies on the whole are not aware of the severity of the Iran in threat. He said, is rallies need to be worried, and the Gulf states also every for concern. How will you be able to ensure your security of a Iran achieves nuclear abilities? So in the full interview, which was set to be aired tomorrow morning. This Heinen said that the spite the I E as claims Iran can develop nuclear weapons in up to six to eight months. So a pretty serious story. Yeah. I'm waiting for this claim to be verified from other sources. But he said that the Israelis were not really in the no, I would imagine he's talking about the, the citizenry as to what the actual threat is that the Iranians pose at how quickly they could ramp up and build a new. I gotta believe that Isreaeli intelligence. I gotta believe the massad. I've got to believe the Netanyahu. They must know what these capabilities are. But I think he's suggesting that that the Israeli population whole might not know. He said that the is wrong claims that Iran is not enriching uranium. Now. Of course you can enrich uranium only a couple of percent to be used in a nuclear reactor for peaceful purposes. But. We're talking about the belief by many that the Iranians have cheated for years and have secret facilities where they're enriching uranium or have enriched uranium to a much higher percentage for a weapons-grade products somewhere in the upper eighty percent too. Low ninety percent of enrichment in order to be used in a nuclear weapon. He also went on to slam the EA, of course, is the UN agency the he slammed them for saying that. That the Iranians did not want to achieve nuclear weapons. So he this is a guy that worked for the eye, and he's claiming that the is turning the, their cheeks that they're looking the other way. And they're not aknowledging that Iran, that Tehran has an absolute desire and goal. To build nuclear weapons. Now, let's see if this develops into anything else he stayed of the Ayatollah can handle the new sanctions and in the meantime, they're making new centrifuges. Not comforting.
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"Was not vide- Optimus tick and does not provide optimistic. Perspective, put a future government. This is what I believe is happening to the national community. That's his people think twice before they talked to the United States because they know that what the agreed today, may not hold tomorrow. The International Atomic Energy agency said Iran is in compliance with the original nuclear deal. But the EA is also raising questions about new centrifuges in Iran, and the US has accused Iran or its proxies of sabotaging four oil tankers near the Persian Gulf charges. A reef disputes, if the United States decides to declassify some of its intelligence if they show images which some officials say system of cruise missiles being put on small Iranian boats, will you simply dismiss that enough believe it not you see this place? The Persian footed reason. It's next was, we have the right to defend. Just imagine if it on to come to California over to come to Florida coast. How do you feed? How would you treat that these ships are located very close to our voters? We have the right to put whatever missiles, we to put on you've talked about esscalation, and that there would be Dana. Juris consequences. What kind of consequences? Are you talking about United.
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"Watched President Trump out of the Ron deal not lost expert witness works so hard to negotiate the Iran deal is defective at it's cool, if we do nothing we know exact the International Atomic Energy agency says Iran had been complying with the Thames the deal and the other signatories stuck with it. So why do the Americans pull out? What do they want to understand that there are three people in the American administration? We have to look at first John Bolton. John Bolton has been the loudest voice. He's the national security adviser and he had frequently called for regime change in Iran. Look, the people Horon, I think deserve a better government. There's absolutely no doubt about it. The trouble is, it's not just a theological dictatorship. It's a military dictatorship to. That's very, he said the only way to rid Iran of the bomb or the potential for a bomb was to bomb, Iran. And so he's very much a hawk on this issue. And once basically a counter revolution in Iran. Then this Mike Pompeo, the US secretary of state, who says he wants to comply with twelve demands, including halting development of ballistic missiles withdrawing from Syria where it's backing President Assad and ending support for non-state groups across the Middle East, like Hezbollah, which America accuses terrorism in effect a coal for toys. The reversal in many of Iran's basic policies, and they might even require the change of many of Iran's policymakers. But he is not in this job demanded an overhaul, or change in the entire government, still Pompeo's, lists of demands is a long one asking fath- or of Tehran simply a commitment to end its development of nuclear weapons and about Trump himself since withdrawing from the deal the president has been sending mixed messages, while firing off incendiary tweets, attacking Tehran and its leaders. He's also been cooling for diplomacy, this even a phone number this embassy in Tehran, where the Americans can be reached..
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"Correspondent Warren Levinson reports. The freeze any assets that those targeted may have in US jurisdictions and bar Americans from any transactions with them. The new American sanctions target thirty one Iranian scientists technicians and companies that have been affiliated with the country's nuclear weapons program. They also subject anyone outside Iran doing business with thirty one to US sanctions, Tehran agreed in two thousand fifteen to give up atomic weapons research and the International Atomic Energy agency says it's abiding by that promise, but the US pulled out of the court and Washington claims a secret Iranian archive shows it preserves the results of its nuclear weapons research. The announcement comes. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo on a visit to Lebanon, where he is warning against the influence of the Iranian-backed group Hezbollah I'm Warren Levinson, North Korea could be on the verge of a major food crisis. According to international aid organizations, and the government the warning comes even as North Korean factories. Fill city store shelves with ever better and fancier, snack foods and sugary drinks. North Korea's UN ambassador issued an unusual appeal for urgent food assistance last month. He said record high temperatures drought and flooding that cut the harvest this year by more than ten percent. The government says it's stepping up imports working to increase the output of early in basic crops such as we in barley North Korea expert at the university of London says supplies from all sources might only stretch to feed about three quarters of the population at the most basic survival level this year. An actress on game of thrones is opening up about a serious health issue. The details from AP entertainment, editor Oscar wells Gabriel. She plays the mother of dragons, but in real life Amelia Clarke had to slay a potentially life-threatening situation. Not just once but twice clock tells the New Yorker, she has twice.