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FAA inspectors say they've been pressured to ignore critical plane problems
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Aired 7 months ago 2:27
Russian Police General Poised To Become Next President Of Interpol
The international police organization Interpol will choose a new president on Wednesday. The position has little influence on the daily activities of the professional secretariat.
NPR's World Story of the Day
Aired 2 months ago 87:26
Sue Biniaz on the Trump Administration and International Climate Policy
From 1989 to early 2017, Sue Biniaz was the lead climate lawyer and a climate negotiator at the State Department. She was also a key architect of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, a UN-negotiated agreement designed to mitigate global warming, which went into effect in November 2016. In June 2017, President Trump announced his intention to withdraw the United States from the agreement. Sue sat down with Lawfare's Jack Goldsmith to talk about the early days of U.S. and international climate action, how the Paris Agreement came into force and the predecessor agreements that gave rise to it, how it was supposed to operate, and what impacts Trump's actions have had on international climate policy.
The Lawfare Podcast
Aired 2 months ago 12:37
"So Long, Farewell: Julian Assange, Sudans President, and Nipsey Hussle"
There were a couple of big arrests today in London and Sudan. And both men could be leaving on a jet plane to face charges. The U.S. wants Wikileaks founder Julian Assange stateside to face a conspiracy charge. Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has an open invite to the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity and genocide. Also on today’s episode: Nipsey Hussle’s funeral in Los Angeles and signs of voting in India.