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04:38 min | 1 year ago

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"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Nora Raum. People to judge is ending his bid for the White House. The thirty eight year old former mayor of South Bend Indiana cancelled a rally in Dallas and flew his hometown to make the announcement. Npr's Sam greenglass reports two days before Super Tuesday. The openly gain navy reserve veteran said he had a responsibility to consider the impact of staying in the race. He also recognized the historic weight of his candidacy. We send a message to every kid out there wondering if whatever marks them out as different means they are somehow destined to be less than to see that someone who wants felt that exact same way can become a leading American presidential candidate with his husband at his side. Buddha judge finished in a virtual tie for first in Iowa but struggle to gain traction with voters of Color Buddha judges exit could mean a boost for former vice president Joe Biden who has also been courting moderate voters Sam Greenglass. Npr News Dallas. The next votes take place tomorrow. When fourteen states hold primaries as well as American Samoa Americans who live overseas will also be able to cast ballots a second person has died in the US from the corona virus also in Washington state senior economic analyst. Mark Hamrick with BANKRATE DOT COM says. The outbreak is likely to affect the US economy for some time as the outbreak spreads in the US. It remains to be seen. What kind of impact? It will have on consumers and businesses. I think among the key questions are well we quarantines orwell consumers essentially shelter in place trying to avoid being exposed. I think the biggest concern. Globally of course has been on the supply chains or the ability to manufacture products in a globally interconnected economy and this has affected companies. Like Coca Cola and apple really depends on the extent of the outbreak and how governments react worldwide more than eighty eight thousand people have been infected with the virus the vast majority in China a federal judge in Washington. Dc says acting citizenship and Immigration Services Director Cancun. Cinelli was unlawfully appointed his position. Npr's James DUBEC reports anti immigration hard liner Ken Coochie. Nellie is one of many officials in an acting position in the trump administration he's been leading the US citizenship and Immigration Services Agency within the Department of Homeland Security since his appointment last summer. Now Judge Randolph. Moss SAYS THE WAY. Kuching took that position was illegal. The judge says that because Kuching really was not appointed lawfully. He did not have the authority to shorten the time. Asylum-seekers have to prepare for interviews with immigration officials. The Department of Homeland Security says. It disagrees with the court's and we'll be looking closely at the ruling. James DUBEC. Npr news this is NPR a fight over leadership of the Yoga Indian nation. In Seneca Falls New York lead to arrest this weekend Celia Clark from member station W. S. K. G. reports. The cause of this conflict goes back over a decade and involves the site of several buildings. The leader of the federally recognized Cayuga Nation Council. Recently ordered the late night takeover and demolition of a dozen buildings under the control of the Traditionalist Unity Council they included a schoolhouse and longhouse used for traditional ceremonies. That leader said it was done to reclaim properties. Stolen from KU nation. The traditional leaders called the destruction of the buildings acts of terrorism and treason against the Cuyahoga nation. New York. Senator Chuck Schumer has called on the Justice and Interior Department to investigate the destruction of the buildings for NPR news. I'm Celia Clark. In Ithaca South Korean military officials say North Korea fired two unidentified projectiles into the sea today. And what appears to be a resumption of weapons demonstrations they say? It's not clear whether the weapons were ballistic or rocket artillery North Korean leader. Kim Jong UN has been promising to bolster his nuclear deterrent because of the stalled nuclear talks with the US. Israel is holding another election the third in under a year. This fall is to inconclusive votes in April and September prime minister. Benjamin Netanyahu is Israel's longest serving prime minister opinion polls show neither his right wing. Likud party nor the centrist blue and white party will attract enough votes for a governing majority in parliament. I'm Nora Raum. Npr News in Washington..

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02:49 min | 1 year ago

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"Out of the race. This early. Some people said that they voted for judge already in early voting. Others are now trying to sort who they're going to vote when the primary comes on Tuesday. Npr's Sam greenglass reporting but a judge finished strong in Iowa and New Hampshire but he faltered in Nevada and South Carolina a federal judge in Washington. Dc says acting citizenship and Immigration Services Director Can Coochie. Nellie was unlawfully appointed to his position. And here's James DUBEC reports. The judge said to of Kuching alleys directives must now be set aside anti immigration hard liner. Kin Coochie. Nellie is one of many officials in an acting position. In the trump administration he's been leading the US citizenship and Immigration Services Agency within the Department of Homeland Security since his appointment last summer. Now Judge Randolph. Moss SAYS THE WAY. Coochie took that position was illegal. The judge says that because Coochie was not appointed lawfully. He did not have the authority to shorten the time. Asylum-seekers have to prepare for interviews with immigration officials. The Department of Homeland Security says. It disagrees with the court's Decision. And we'll be looking closely at the ruling. James DUBEC. Npr News never corona cases. Krona virus cases surged Italy. The country is reporting a fifty percent increase with one thousand six hundred ninety four confirmed cases at least thirty four deaths. Italy has the most cases of the virus outside of Asia and Delta Airlines suspending flights from the US to Milan starting tomorrow. The airline says flights will resume may first and that flights to Rome aren't affected meanwhile in the US Washington Illinois are both reporting. New Cases and Rhode Island is reporting. Its first case health and Human Services Secretary Alex as our says the trump administration is ramping up testing. We now have seventy five thousand tests available out there in the United States and over the next week that will expand radically on top of the seventy five thousand tests available as are speaking there on. Abc's this week is your markets are trading lower at this hour. The Asia Dow is down more than a half percent. The Nikkei the main market in Japan is down more than three point six percent. Us futures contracts are also trading lower. You're listening to NPR news from Washington. Thousands of migrants are amassed along. Turkey's border with Greece hoping to get into Europe. Joanna Kakissis in Athens reports that Greece though is trying to block them. Tv footage from the Greek side of the border shows riot police along a barbed wire fence. The migrants including women and children are massed on the Turkish side.

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02:58 min | 1 year ago

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"Donald Trump Buddha judge thinnest Iowa in a virtual tie for first with Bernie Sanders and has also been batting back attacks from Joe Biden. Who Released Kin- Yesterday questioning the former? Southbound Mayors Experience Sam Greenglass. NPR News Nashua Oscar. History was made Sunday night at the Academy Awards in in Los Angeles. The South Korean thriller parasite became the first film in a language other than English to win best picture. NPR's Glen Weldon has more in an award ceremony Ramona the win mostly as predicted. The evenings biggest surprise came at the very end when director on June hose. darkly funny satire of Class Warfare won best picture the world war one epic epic nineteen seventeen had been the favourite to take home the best picture. Oscar but parasite had a good night picking up three additional Oscars for original screenplay for best director and for best best international feature speaking through an interpreter producer. Coxoni accepted the Best Picture Oscar. I feel like a very opportune moment in history is happening being right now. Parasite is the first film from South Korea to be nominated for and to win any Academy Awards Glen Weldon. NPR News the Best Actor Oscar occur went to Joaquin Phoenix. For Joker Renee. Zellweger won the Best Actress Award for playing. Judy Garland this is. NPR news from Washington. New York police say they have a man in custody in connection with the shootings of two police officers in the Bronx this weekend. One of the officers was ambler. Saturday night will in a patrol car. The second was shot about twelve hours later at a police precinct. Both officers are expected to recover. Authorities described the. The suspect is having a lengthy violent criminal history NASA and the European Space Agency launched device from Florida Sunday night designed to give scientists and his new look at the Sun. NPR's James DUBEC has more scientists. Want to learn more about how the Sun's North and South poles effect space weather but up until now we've only viewed the sun straight on at its equator. The solar orbiter is set to travel around the Sun at an angle to view the two polls NASA scientist Horizon Evanston Shia says the mission will also help protect satellites and astronauts and space or call with. These mission is to understand our our son. I'm going forward to be able to predict by. Bt and protect solar orbiter is scheduled to make twenty two orbits around the Sun on its ten year mission mission James DUBEC NPR news Washington. The trump administration is expected to unveil its proposed budget for fiscal twenty. Twenty one Monday which begins October. I it calls for an immediate five percent cut in nondefense spending and reductions in safety net programs such as Medicaid and food stamps and administration's Budget is a blueprint for what the president would like to see and spending in a given year lawmakers have their own ideas. I'm Nora Raum N._P._R.. News in Washington..

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Solar Orbiter blasts off to capture first look at sun's poles

"And the European Space Agency launched device from Florida Sunday night designed to give scientists and his new look at the Sun. NPR's James DUBEC has more scientists. Want to learn more about how the Sun's North and South poles effect space weather but up until now we've only viewed the sun straight on at its equator. The solar orbiter is set to travel around the Sun at an angle to view the two polls NASA scientist Horizon Evanston Shia says the mission will also help protect satellites and astronauts and space or call with. These mission is to understand our our son. I'm going forward to be able to predict by. Bt and protect solar orbiter is scheduled to make twenty two orbits around the Sun on its ten year mission mission James DUBEC NPR news Washington.

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04:27 min | 1 year ago

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"And border city after clashes with Kurdish led militias Duri Karen reports from Istanbul the town of Russell sets on the northeastern part of the Syrian border official population of about thirty thousand people the Turkish Defence Ministry says the town's residential center has been taken over by Turkey and its Syrian opposition allies all surrounding villages have also been overtaken the United Nations estimates that one hundred thousand people have been displaced this week during Turkey's offensive along serious northern border Turkish air strikes have targeted several towns within the corridor raising concerns of security breaches at camps housing former Isis fighters and their families he says it is targeting Kurdish led militias which it considers a terrorist group for NPR news. I'm Jay Bruce Karen in Istanbul Arab League foreign ministers held an emergency meeting today and they condemned Turkey's operation as an invasion and demanded encore ended Acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kevin Matt kaleen is resigning NPR's Windsor Johnston reports president trump announced the secretary's departure on twitter last night in a tweet trump prays macalinsan for a job well done adding that he was leaving the position to spend more time with his family trump also credited macalinsan for re adducing the number of migrants crossing into the US illegally at the Southern Border Michelina took over for Kirstin Nielsen who resigned in April trump says he plans to name a new acting secretary next week Louisiana voters are casting ballots today for governor it's a primary the election but as Paul Braun of member station W. R. K. F. Reports Democratic incumbent John Bel Edwards could end the race early with a strong showing museum has what's called a jungle primary it pits all candidates against each other in the first round of voting the top two regardless of party will meet in a runoff election next month breath if no one earns fifty percent plus one vote recent polls show Edwards within striking distance of crossing that threshold and winning the second term if he doesn't he would be much more vulnerable in a one on one contest with either of the Republican challengers in the race Congressman Ralph Abraham and businessman Eddy responding president trump hasn't endorsed either candidate but he traveled to the state Friday to urge Conservative voters to unseat Edwards the only Democratic governor in the deep south for NPR news. I'm Paul Auberon in Baton Rouge a top negotiator for united auto workers striking against General Motors says he's waiting for a response to a counter proposal Terry dentist says if GM accepts it they'll have a tentative agreement to end nearly four week long strike this is NPR a powerful typhoon has slammed into Japan making landfall on Honshu with the heaviest rain and winds in six decades more than six million people are being told to evacuate the capital Tokyo the video game company Blizzard says it's reducing penalties for a player who spoke out in favor of democracy in Hong Kong NPR's James DUBEC reports the company came under fire from gamers and politicians in a statement Friday Blizzard Entertainment President J. Allen Brack said the company reacted too quickly when it suspended an e sports player for a year and made him forfeit Yankees play game one of the American League Championship Series Tonight I'm Barbara Klein N._p._R.. News in Washington

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As the fallout from #BoycottBlizzard continues, video game companies warn pro players and staff to keep politics private

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00:59 min | 1 year ago

As the fallout from #BoycottBlizzard continues, video game companies warn pro players and staff to keep politics private

"The video game company Blizzard says it's reducing penalties for a player who spoke out in favor of democracy in Hong Kong NPR's James DUBEC reports the company came under fire from gamers and politicians in a statement Friday Blizzard Entertainment President J. Allen Brack said the company reacted too quickly when it suspended an e sports player for a year and made him forfeit

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03:34 min | 2 years ago

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"Those days will be over Amazon is kicking small businesses who resell apple products off its site. NPR's James Dubec reports. Paul buddies basement shelves are filled with laptops, ipads, screens, cables and packing material. He makes a living selling used computers and accessories from his home in Saint Louis, but he buys old apple computers. Sometimes as many as fifty at a time and fixes them up. He even upgrade some for most people buying a new apple computers, expensive, most models run at least thirteen hundred dollars or more. That's why buddy says people often look into buying something used online. They can you know, look on Amazon and find something that's been refurbished. That's an older. One that still works. Good, and they can get into trying out of MAC book pro for like five hundred dollars resellers like buddy, say Amazon is a huge part of how they sell their stuff for him. It's ninety percent of sales. But starting January fourth he's poised to lose all of that last month. But he got an Email saying that because of a new deal between the two companies his apple products would be removed from Amazon store. He says he felt very frustrated upset just, wow, you know, what am I gonna do? Now, basically, dozens of independent apple resellers lit up Amazon seller message boards, dear Amazon, I would like to thank you for running me out of business with a single Email one person wrote it's not clear how many hundreds of businesses are affected. We reached out to Amazon and spokesperson wouldn't say, it's kind of something that's Amazon sellers. Like me have always feared that's John bomb. Stead of Minneapolis bumster. Says he sells about a third of his refurbished apple computers on Amazon, and he's not sure how he's going to make up for it. Apple resellers, say they're going to have to sell more of their stuff on EBay Craigslist and other sites, but those are small potatoes compared to Amazon which reigns. Supreme and online shopping in an NPR Marras pull this year. Ninety two percent of online shoppers said they've bought something on Amazon. But now apple has pushed small sellers off of Amazon's marketplace, it's a change that worries bumster who says apple could force other companies to drop independent sellers like him. What if apple forces this kind of agreement that made with Amazon what if it pushes this agreements onto the other marketplace players what if the rest of it becomes off limits as well. That's the release scary thought in my mind from now on companies that want to sell used apple products through Amazon have to shoot they sell millions of dollars worth each year. Apple says it wants to prevent counterfeit products from being sold on Amazon, which this will do but Paul buddy says all his sales are authentic, apple and points to his near one hundred percent feedback rating. So he's not sure what he's gonna do when the new policy goes into effect next month me and my wife had a talk. What else can I do for my business? You know, we came up with different ideas and stuff, obviously. So I have plans of other things I could try, but this has been a good business for me. So I'd hate to see it go for now. He says he's just busy trying to keep up with the rush of sales before Christmas. He needs to clear out as many, apple, laptops, and phones as possible because after January fourth he won't be able to do it on Amazon.

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03:35 min | 2 years ago

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"Those days will be over Amazon is kicking small businesses who resell apple products off its site and PR's James Dubec reports. Paul buddies basement shelves are filled with laptops, ipads, screens, cables and packing material. He makes a living selling used computers and accessories from his home in Saint Louis, but he buys old apple computers. Sometimes as many as fifty at a time and fixes them up. He even upgrade some for most people buying a new apple computers, expensive, most models run at least thirteen hundred dollars or more. That's why buddy says people often look into buying something used online. They can you know, look on Amazon and find something that's been refurbished. That's an older one. That's still works. Good. And they can get into trying out of macbook pro for like five hundred dollars resellers like buddy, say Amazon is a huge part of how they sell their stuff for him. It's ninety percent of sales. But starting January fourth he's poised to lose all of that last month. But he got an Email saying that because of a new deal between the two companies his apple products would be removed from Amazon store. He says he felt very frustrated upset just, wow, you know, what am I gonna do? Now, basically, dozens of independent apple resellers lit up Amazon seller message boards, dear Amazon, I would like to thank you for running me out of business with a single Email one person wrote it's not clear how many hundreds of businesses are affected. We reached out to Amazon spokesperson wouldn't say, it's kind of something that Amazon sellers. Like me have always feared. That's John bumps stead of Minneapolis bumster, says he. He sells about a third of his refurbished apple computers on Amazon, and he's not sure how he's going to make up for it. Apple resellers, say they're going to have to sell more of their stuff on EBay Craigslist and other sites, but those are small potatoes compared to Amazon which reigns. Supreme online shopping in an NPR. Mara's pull this year. Ninety two percent of online shoppers said they've bought something on Amazon. But now apple has pushed small sellers off of Amazon's marketplace, it's a change that worries bumster who says apple could force other companies to drop independent sellers like him. What if apple forces this kind of agreement that made with Amazon what if it pushes us agreements onto the other marketplace players what if the rest of it becomes off limits as well. That's the really scary thought in my mind from now on companies that want to sell used apple products through Amazon have to show they sell millions of dollars worth each year. Apple says it wants to prevent counterfeit products from being sold on Amazon, which this will do but Paul buddy says all his sales are authentic, apple and points to his near one hundred percent feedback rating. So he's not sure what he's gonna do when the new policy goes into effect next month me and my wife had a talk. What else can I do for my business? You know, we came up with different ideas and stuff, obviously. So I have plans of other things I could try, but this has been a good business for me. So I'd hate to see it go for now. He says he's just busy trying to keep up with the rush of sales before Christmas. He needs to clear out as many, apple, laptops, and phones as possible because after January fourth he won't be able to do it on Amazon, James.

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"It was a very public deal. Everybody knows about this deal. I wasn't trying to hide anything. Trump reacting to news of Cohen as he was preparing to board Air Force One for the g twenty summit in Argentina. And route Trump tweeted that he was cancelling his meeting this weekend with Russian President, Vladimir Putin, Trump cited Russian aggression against Ukraine in the Black Sea NPR Sammer Keith reports. This was dramatic turnaround less than an hour after telling reporters that he thinks it's quote, a very good time to have a meeting with Putin, President Trump, reversed course, in a tweet sent from Air Force, One Trump said based on the fact that the ships and sailors have not been returned to Ukraine from Russia. I have decided it would be best for all parties concerned to cancel my previously scheduled meeting. Trump had been criticized for keeping the meeting with Putin on the schedule even as other top US officials strongly condemned the Russian action as it stands Trump's highest profile meeting at the g twenty will be a trade discussion over dinner with Chinese president Xi Jinping. Timur Keith NPR news Brennan Argentina a jury has been seated and testimony is underway in the Charlottesville Virginia murder trial of James, Alex fields junior. As NPR's Debbie Elliott reports fields a Neo Nazi sympathizer from Ohio killed one woman and wounded others by ramming his car into counter protesters during a white supremacist rally last summer after three days of jury selection. The court has seated a panel of sixteen twelve jurors and four alternates in opening statements. Prosecutor Nina Anthony told the jury that victim testimony and graphic video evidence will show that fields intentionally crashed his car into anti-racist demonstrators during the unite the right rally defense attorney John hill didn't dispute that fields drove the car through the crowd. He said he will show that fields was scared and thought he was acting in self defense because of the chaotic and ten. Seen Debbie Elliott NPR news Charlottesville, Virginia, the Dow Jones industrial average is down forty nine points at twenty five thousand three hundred seventeen the NASDAQ is down ten points and the S and P five hundred is down four points from Washington. This is NPR news. German pharmaceutical and chemicals company. Bear says it is cutting about ten percent of its global workforce amounting to twelve thousand jobs NPR's, James Dubec reports the company stock prices fallen after a California jury said weed killer made by Bayer subsidiary Monsanto caused a groundskeepers cancer bear stock prices fallen by about thirty percents since August after a San Francisco jury awarded a grounds keeper two hundred eighty nine million dollars in damages the damages were later reduced but bear still faces thousands of new lawsuits now bear says it's cutting costs. It's shedding twelve thousand jobs in the next three years. Many of them in Germany and says it's selling the coppertone brand sunscreens and Dr Scholl's foot products. It also plans to leave the animal health business. Bear says it now wants to concentrate on pharmaceuticals consumer health and crop science James Dubec NPR news, signaling continued strength in the US economy. Consumer spending picked up in October at its fastest pace in seven months and the Commerce Department reports income growth was strong as it had been in nine months, but for many would be home buyers and sellers the fall markets been a little rough. According to the national association of realtors that was evident in a downturn in pending home sales in October part of the reason it's getting more expensive to take out a Loan Mortgage rates have been climbing rates. Have barely changed this week, though, the mortgage shine, Freddie, MAC says the fixed rate on a thirty year loan held steady at four point eight one percent. The rate on the fifteen year loan rose slightly.

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"Said as we are ready. I'm asking the public to remain ready. If there's a fire in your area, please be ready to evacuate and listen to instructions more than two hundred sixty thousand people have been evacuated from parts of Los Angeles, and Ventura counties doi- Holly psycho, tell NPR news Thousand Oaks authorities in Los Angeles County, say two people were found dead amid the fires this weekend. As officials in northern California said the death toll from a massive fire. There has climbed twenty three as the Thousand Oaks community mourns victims of Wednesday's mass shooting at the borderline bar and grill impure is Amy held reports. Ventura County officials say an autopsy now confirms how the gunman died. Ian, David long. Died of a self inflicted, gunshot wound. According to Ventura County police citing an autopsy report before he turned the gun on himself, the twenty eight year old ex marine killed twelve others. Many young people attending college night at the country music bar officials have yet to confirm a motive, but believe he targeted the venue sergeant Ron Hillis of the Ventura County sheriff's office was among the first to rush in exchanging gunfire with long now his funeral is set for Thursday. Meantime, the deadly Woolsey fire is still burning in the area in Malibu Pepperdine university. Students were among the hundreds of thousands forced to evacuate some students had fled the borderline bar on Wednesday. Freshman Elena, who's lead did not make it out alive. Amy held NPR news from Washington. You're listening to NPR news. And this is WNYC in New York. I'm David I the New York City Veterans Day parade gets underway later this morning. The event begins at Madison Square park and after a wreath laying Sarah. Tony at the eternal light monument at eleven o'clock. The parade kicks off around eleven fifteen and will head north along Fifth Avenue from twenty six to forty sixth street. A military veteran from Texas was in New York this weekend to patch things up with a Saturday Night Live cast member NPR's James do back reports that SNL's Davidson faced widespread criticism after he made fun of Dan Crenshaw who is now a congressman elect Pete Davidson said before the midterms that Crenshaw looked like a quote hitman in a porno movie. Crenshaw a former navy seal served in Afghanistan and lost his right eye from an e blast in two thousand twelve he only recovered vision in his left eye after multiple surgeries some said Davidson's joke went too far Crenshaw himself tweeted, quote, that's don't deserve to see their wounds used as punch lines for bad jokes on the latest show Davidson apologized invited Crenshaw to make fun of what he looks like. This is Pete Davidson. He looks like if the meth from breaking bad was a person Crenshaw said there's a lesson here that quote, Americans can forgive one another James Dubec NPR news. Robert flack who served as chairman of the Adirondack park agency. And later was appointed Commissioner of the State Department of environmental conservation has died at his home in lake George. He was eighty five. A family spokesman says flack died yesterday after a period of declining health it's nine.

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"The governor and Senate races as lawyers and protesters descend on the sunshine state law. Also had the story of how one man has been buffeted by President Trump's many immigration policies from TPS to the caravan. Plus, he's evil and green and Christmas icon actor Benedict Cumberbatch on playing a different kind of Grinch with a heart. It's Sunday November eleventh twenty eighteen the news is coming up in this newscast. Live from NPR news in Washington on trial. Snyder church bells rang out across France today to Mark the end of the first World War as they did a century ago. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports President Trump and more than seventy other heads of state are in Paris for the events on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month in nineteen eighteen the guns fell silent the devastating four year war that was supposed to be over by Christmas killed millions of soldiers and civilians worldwide. The toll was especially heavy in Europe, and France where much of the war was fought more than three million French German and British soldiers were killed a whole generation of young men was lost the US entered the war in nineteen seventeen three years after it had begun. But its presence was decisive America helped it's weary French and British allies turn the tide. Today's ceremony under the arc not off in Paris will bring an end to four years of centennial commemorations for what was then thought to be the war to end all. Wars. Eleanor Beardsley NPR news. Paris activist group is claiming responsibility for disrupting President Trump's motorcade while the president was being driven to the ceremony. At least one topless woman was slogans written hundred chests breached security before being apprehended by police thousands remained under evacuation orders because of the wildfires burning in southern California officials say more than one hundred square miles of Bern north and east of Los Angeles, including Malibu were Laura Cottam, Machi hurts home was among those burned to the ground. It's carnage. It's just awful. I know I'm not the only one that. I have clients have friends. They're all going back and forth. His Sydney pictures of. Devastation. Really, it's it's awful. Authorities say two people were found dead in southern California. And with more bodies discovered in the fire that destroyed the northern California town of paradise a statewide death toll has climbed to twenty-five. Strong winds expected to return today, the suspended West Virginia supreme court Justice Allen law-free is step down following a year long scandal in a federal conviction was Jimmy public. Broadcasting state missed its reports lotteries resignation comes as lawmakers were against set to consider his impeachment. Governor Jim Justice had called for another special session loafers impeachment that was set to be Tuesday. But Lawford resigned before the proceedings could take place the house of delegates. Impeach the embattled Justice a first time in August for lavish spending on office renovations using state resources for private gain and failing to provide administrative oversight of the court. He had been sent to stand trial in the state Senate until an opinion from an ad ad-hoc bench for the state's high court ruled his in the impeachment of three other justices. Unconstitutional luxury was convicted in October on eleven counts of federal charges, including fraud witness tampering and making false statements. His sentencing is set for January for NPR news. I'm Dave Mitch in Morgantown, West Virginia. And you're listening to NPR news. Election workers in Florida or recounting ballots. Florida's secretary of state ordered recounts this weekend and to top state wide races for the US Senate between incumbent Democrat Bill, Nelson and Republican governor Rick Scott and for governor between democrat Andrew gillum and Republican Ron to Santa's recount announcement prompted him to withdraw his concession a Senate race in Arizona and the governors election in Georgia also remained undecided. Military veteran from Texas was in New York this weekend to patch things up with a Saturday Night Live cast member and beers. James Dubec reports at S and L's Pete Davidson faced widespread criticism after he made fun of Dan Crenshaw who is now. A congressman elect Pete Davidson said before the midterms that Crenshaw looked like a quote hitman in a porno movie. Crenshaw a former navy seal served in Afghanistan and lost his right high from an E blast in two thousand twelve he only recovered vision in his left eye. After multiple surgeries some said Davidson's joke went too far Crenshaw himself tweeted, quote, that's don't deserve to see their wounds used as punch lines for bad jokes on the latest show, Davidson apologized and invited Crenshaw to make fun of what he looks like. This is Pete Davidson, he looks like if the meth from breaking bad was a person Crenshaw said there's a lesson here that quote Americans can forgive one another James Dubec NPR news voters in the eastern regions Ukraine controlled by Russia back separatists going to the polls today. They're voting in local government elections that are being denounced by Ukraine's president has illegitimate. I'm trial Snyder NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the size SIMS foundation since nineteen eighty five supporting advances in science education and the arts towards a better more just society. More information is available at sei SIMS foundation dot org. This is weekend edition from NPR news. I'm Lou Garcia Navarro. Good morning. We begin in California where fires are raging through the state northwest of Los Angeles. A pair fires have forced the evacuation of hundreds of thousands of residents. Two bodies were found yesterday and in northern California officials now say that at least twenty three people have been killed in the campfire believed to be the most destructive fire in state history at the center of that still burning landscape the town of paradise humidity. Like a lot of others rule towns midwestern towns. Yeah. Love god. And love country and love each. Other Lauren light hall is the principle of paradise high school and I spoke with him yesterday. Two days after the fire devastated. The town before we talk about your school. I have to ask how you your family doing? We're doing okay have seven kids and a dog. And so it's our houses been completely destroyed. And it's it's hard for people to want to take in all those people. So we're extremely grateful for our community were Mormons and the for people over to take a San and support us and give us a place to hang our heads and feel safe. That must be pretty devastating. Spend it's been tough just because all the things that you love about your life, your yearbooks and your wedding rings, and anything that's ever important to was gone. Even though we plan to these things we have document, boxers. It was just so frantic that we just we just laughed. We feel very grateful that we were able to just get on with their lives. Have you been able to tell the kids at the house has gone? We just told them. I don't know that they quite get it. Yeah. Are worried about their XBox. Or, you know, they're pull up our personal things. But I don't know that they get the gravity of the situation. When you say the fire was coming up so fast. Can you just take me back to that moment? And and describe what went on. Well, I got to work at about seven twenty or seven thirty. I could see a little smoke in the distance and some orange sky, but wasn't too worried about it. And then eight o'clock we went outside to check it out and it progressed quite rapidly. We'll just cancel and and and make it up later. So we're able to clear out probably have to school very quickly. Just ask elated. So so fast from that point by nine o'clock, you could barely breathe and because of the ash and the debris that we moved everyone into the cafeteria, and we had them get picked up there. But everybody was reunited with their parents. So it was it was terrifying. What condition is the school? And do you know? We have gotten word that the main part of campus is in decent shape. About eighty to ninety percent of the homes in paradise have been affected in some way that that that's probably low. I don't I I know the few homes that survived. I'm sure they have smoke damage. But it's the town is just completely flattened one literally has any place to go. This is your community. That must be a very difficult thing to say. It is.

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"The service opened with a rendition of the, navy him followed by an emotional tribute from McCain's daughter Megan we gather here to mourn the passing of American greatness The real thing not cheap rhetoric from men who never come near the sacrifice he gave so willingly former presidents Barack Obama and, George W, Bush. Are among those also paying tribute McCain will be laid. To rest tomorrow in a, private ceremony at the US naval. Academy in Annapolis. Windsor Johnston NPR news Washington the UN has a new High. Commissioner for, human rights the former president of Chile Michelle Bachelet takes the. Helm today the BBC's Candice Piet reports bachelorette has personal experience with, some of the. Issues Michelle botulism not expected to shy away from confronting hard issues. Trained pediatrician she's the daughter of a general who opposed military rule under Augusta Pena chain. Seventy s she into mother were detained tortured and interrogated for several weeks she brings with her the. Resilience, of having served in high office and the personal experience Of having been a victim herself the BBC's Candice Piet lawmakers. In California are sending news sending new net neutrality rules to governor Jerry Brown's desk for signature after they passed a Bill yesterday to prevent internet service providers from favoring certain websites over others NPR's James Dubec reports, advocates say, they're. The strongest net neutrality protections in the country Democrats Scott. Weiner who co wrote the, Bill said net neutrality is important. For activists and. Small businesses this is about a level playing field an internet. Where we, as individuals decide where we go on the internet the measure. Stops internet providers like Comcast and AT and t. from blocking slowing, down or speeding. Up access to certain websites but the industry called the Bill heavy-handed. Sing the internet needs one national policy instead of state-by-state approaches California Democrats portrayed the legislation As a rebuke of President Trump earlier this year the FCC repealed net neutrality rules imposed under the. Obama administration California's governor hasn't said if you'll sign the Bill. James Dubec NPR news this is NPR and this is WNYC in New York I'm David I an upstate immigrant dairy farm worker picked up for driving without a license is now facing deportation WNYC's Cindy Rodriguez reports the. Cases galvanizing calls forgiving undocumented immigrants the right to drive legally Jennifer Guzman professor of. Anthropology, at SUNY Genesee oh has been studying how a. Lack of transportation affects farm access to healthcare. And other services he's aware of the fact that there are, times when, he needs to take his family places, and he risks exactly this type of scenario happening, when he go out until he was arrested Guzman had worked with the. Man to get New York to adopt, a. Bill that would, change what's required to get a license. It hasn't made it past Transportation committee, so. She wants the governor to sign an executive order instead congressional midterm campaigning. Is, expected to step. Into high gear after, Labor Day but, WNYC's Nancy Solomon reports in New Jersey's eleventh district the democratic candidate, is. Already, getting a lot of attention on a rainy getaway day when many people are focused on? The holiday weekend Mikey Cheryl arrived at the Parsippany New Jersey library to a packed room it was a fairly standard campaign event Cheryl was there for a lunchtime conversation about innovation and technology. With an astronaut who've grown up in Parsippany but the enthusiasm that greeted her introduction showed this is no standard campaign in what. Has long been Republican territory Cheryl a former navy pilot and mama, four is being watched around the country as a key race where Democrats can flip a Republican seat in congress Seventy one degrees right now in. Central park it's going to be mostly cloudy today you're heading. Up to a high, around eighty degrees this afternoon, with a slight chance, for showers tonight mostly cloudy with a low around sixty eight tomorrow slightly warmer high of eighty three mostly cloudy skies once, again six minutes after, eleven this is WNYC support for NPR comes from Subaru featuring the. Outback with standard symmetrical all wheel drive and. Standard Subaru Starlink multimedia with apple carplay an Android auto integration keeps drivers connected more at Subaru dot com there.

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"The service opened with a rendition of, the, navy him followed by an emotional tribute from McCain's daughter Megan we gather here to mourn the passing of American greatness The real thing not cheap rhetoric from men who will never come near the sacrifice he gave so willingly former presidents Barack Obama and, George W, Bush. Are among those also paying tribute McCain will be laid. To rest tomorrow in a, private ceremony at the US naval. Academy in Annapolis, Windsor Johnston, NPR news Washington the UN has a new High, Commissioner, for human rights the former president of Chile Michelle Bachelet takes the helm. Today the BBC's Candice Piet reports bachelor has personal experience with some, of the, issues Michelle bachelor as not expected to shy away, from confronting hard issues trained pediatrician. She's the daughter of a general who opposed military rule under Augusta Pena chain the seventy. S she and her mother were detained tortured and interrogated for several weeks she brings with her the. Resilience, of having served in high office and the personal experience Having been a victim herself the BBC's Candice Piet. Lawmakers in California are sending news sending new net neutrality rules to governor Jerry Brown's desk for his signature after they passed a Bill yesterday to prevent internet service providers from favoring certain websites over others NPR's James, Dubec reports, advocates. Say they're the strongest net neutrality protections in the country. Democrats Scott Weiner who co, wrote the Bill said net neutrality. Is important for, activists and, small businesses vis Isabelle a level playing field an, internet, where we as individuals against the side where we go on the internet. The measure stops internet providers like Comcast in AT and t. from, blocking slowing, down or speeding up access to certain websites but, the industry called the Bill heavy-handed. Saying the internet needs one national policy instead of state-by-state approaches California Democrats portrayed the legislation As. A rebuke of President Trump earlier this year the FCC repealed. Net neutrality rules imposed under the Obama administration California's governor hasn't said if you'll sign the Bill James Dubec NPR news this is NPR from k. q. e. news I'm Tiffany Cam high to landmark criminal Justice reform bills were. Approved by the state legislature. Yesterday one Bill will give the public access to records. Of, investigations that involve police misuse of force including police. Shootings sexual assault or being dishonest on the job if, signed by the governor, this Bill would undo California's legacy of keeping police records private another proposal make sure, the public has access to, bodycam video in officer involved shootings kinky weedays Marie Salah goes has been following this and Marita. Advocates have tried for years to get lawmakers, to take on, criminal Justice reform without much success but. It seems like there's been Attitude adjustment yeah we've really seen voters through the proposition process really embracing pretty, ambitious criminal Justice reform that lawmakers are kind of starting. To get the memo I'm they've passed bail reform that was already signed they eliminated. The felony murder rule which lets you charge people with crimes student didn't actually commit the murder they have, passed and sent to the governor a couple bills around juvenile. Justice making it harder essentially to prosecute kids and, so I, think that. There's a real sort of see change happening. Where there's just less fear among the legislature to put themselves out there and pass these bills. And law enforcement groups were able to kill some bills but you say police associations have also, gotten that memo, that criminal, Justice reform is important to voters. I mean perhaps I think. What they're doing is sort of hedging their bets when you have a, slew of dozen bills and you hate one of them a lot and, you, are sort. Of not that keen on another you decide which ones to target and sort of where where to leverage your power and so we did. See again the felony murder rule And. Things like that changed this year and I do think that law enforcement kind of deciding where to put their political power had a big thing to do with that that was MAURICE logos will tweet out a link to. Her story were at cake.

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California lawmakers send strict 'net neutrality' laws to governor

"Lawmakers in California are sending news sending new net neutrality rules to governor Jerry Brown's desk for his signature after they passed a Bill yesterday to prevent internet service providers from favoring certain websites over others NPR's James, Dubec reports, advocates. Say they're the strongest net neutrality protections in the country. Democrats Scott Weiner who co, wrote the Bill said net neutrality. Is important for, activists and, small businesses vis Isabelle a level playing field an, internet, where we as individuals against the side where we go on the internet. The measure stops internet providers like Comcast in AT and t. from, blocking slowing, down or speeding up access to certain websites but, the industry called the Bill heavy-handed. Saying the internet needs one national policy instead of state-by-state approaches California Democrats portrayed the legislation As. A rebuke of President Trump earlier this year the FCC repealed. Net neutrality rules imposed under the Obama administration California's governor hasn't said if you'll sign the Bill

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"From NPR news in Washington I'm Giles Snyder members of the armed forces preparing to move the late Senator John McCain spotty from the US capital. Where he has been lying in state, MPR Scott detro- reports of motorcade is to take McCain's casket to the Washington National. Cathedral for a memorial service McCain is being sent off with, the pomp and, circumstance? Usually reserved for a commander in chief McCain's casket will be driven through Washington. Past the Vietnam memorial to the National Cathedral he's just the thirty first? American to be, granted the honor the I was. Henry, clay like McCain he. Was someone who tried, and failed multiple times to reach the White House but who left his Mark in congress as one, of the most iconic. And important lawmakers of. His era Scott detro- NPR news the, capitol former presidents Brock Obama, and George W Bush to be among the speakers when the service. Gets underway in a few hours Yesterday Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell called McCain a generational leader in the Senate he treated every issue with the intensity the people's business deserve He would fight tooth and nail. For his vision of the common good, depending on the issue You knew John would either be your staunchest ally Or your most stubborn opponent McConnell was among the congressional leaders who paid. Tribute to McCain at the capitol yesterday to California now where, lawmakers are sending, new net neutrality rules to governor Jerry Brown's desk California state Senate approved a Bill Friday to put the new regulations in place to prevent. Internet service, providers from favoring certain, websites over others NPR's shame stupak reports at backers say they hope the governor will enact what they. Call, the strongest net neutrality protections in the country Democrats. Scott Weiner who co wrote the Bill said. Net neutrality, is important for activists and small businesses this Isabelle a level playing field internet where we as individuals, against the side where we, go on the internet the measure stops internet providers like Comcast in AT and t. from blocking. Slowing down or speeding up access to certain, websites but the industry called, the Bill heavy-handed saying the internet needs one Nash Policy. Instead of, state by state approaches, California Democrats portrayed the legislation as a rebuke of President Trump earlier this year the FCC repealed net. Neutrality, rules imposed under the Obama administration California's governor hasn't. Said if he'll sign the Bill James Dubec. NPR news, the Trump administration is cutting nearly three hundred million dollars in funding for the United Nations agency that, helps Palestinian refugees the move, ins decades of support in a statement the State Department called the agency irredeemably flawed but there. Are fearsome move could further destabilize the region, you're listening to NPR news Fans from across the nation joined celebrities in music and other arenas and honoring Aretha Franklin in. Detroit Friday NPR's Debbie Elliott reports a funeral for, the Queen of soul lasted for the better. Part of the day there have been musical tributes.

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"Day of a visit to Ireland. Pope Francis says he is sorry and ashamed about the clerical sex abuse scandal. But as NPR's, Frank, Langfitt reports from Dublin survivors say they hoped for more pawprints was acknowledged what he called the grave scandal and repelling crimes in Ireland. But there was no talk about the systemic reforms inside the Vatican that many survivors

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"Is in Ireland. On the first papal visit. There are nearly four decades. He's due to visit a shelter for homeless families later this hour, but it is official. Welcome earlier today. Irish, prime Minister, Leo varada car, publicly urged the pope to put action behind his condemnation of decades of clergy, sexual abuse, there's much to be done to bring about Justice and truth on healing for the victims and survivors. Holy Father. We ask that you use your office and influence to ensure that this is done here in Ireland and also around the world. Pope Francis told a state reception, the scandal and the churches failure to adequately address it is repugnant.

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"This is NPR news and this is WNYC in New York good morning I'm Richard Hake it's. Eight eighteen seventy seven degrees and people are tweeting me because they like my description of today's weather as soupy thirty percent chance of showers and thunderstorms today, very hot and humid highs near eighty seven degrees forty percent chance of showers and thunderstorms later tonight once again seventy seven degrees a few. Clouds right now in New York WNYC is supported by Lincoln center's mostly Mozart festival presenting in the name of the earth John Luther Adams world premiere choral work about the natural beauty of North America Saturday August eleventh in central park, mostly Mozart festival dot org Jerome l. Greene foundation committed to New York City's cutting edge performing digital and visual arts communities From NPR, news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly President Trump. Is considering larger tariffs than I proposed on US imports of billions of dollars worth of Chinese. Products NPR's Jim zarroli reports senior. Officials of the Trump administration say they've they've tried to persuade China to. Address what they say are unfair trade practices this hasn't happened and in fact China has retaliated with tariffs of its own so President Trump. Wants his administration to consider, raising proposed, tariffs from ten to twenty five percent now this isn't a done deal there has to be an approval process with an opportunity for public comment the. Board of directors at CBS says to law firms will be investigating allegations of, sexual, misconduct made. Against the company's, chairman and CEO NPR's James. Dubec reports former prosecutor Nancy Kassebaum and former securities and Exchange, Commission share Mary Jo White are Leading, the investigation into sexual assault and harassment claims made by six women against CBS had less moon vez moonville will remain at the helm of CBS during the investigation. But the board. Says he quote will have no role in it protesters in Chicago are planning to March through city streets during. This, afternoon's rush hour calling for the resignation of the city's mayor, and police superintendent they say they failed to reduce gun violence I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in. Washington and I'm, Richard Hake on WNYC in New York a. New study finds that a Medicare for all program being floated in the New York legislature is. Feasible for the state but it's. Going to cost New Yorkers WNYC's Zoe Ouseley explains at build out implement. Government health plan that would cover all New Yorkers has been bouncing around the state legislature for decades now one of the country's most influential. Non-partisan think tank says the, New York, health act would save patients and employers money in the long Run but it's going to cost more in taxes a lot more the RAND Corporation report says New York's annual tax revenue would have to increase by one hundred and fifty six percent in. Order to make the system viable and even if lawmakers approve a. Single payer plan the federal government will still need to. Grant a waiver in order for the system to be implemented New Jersey's launching six lawsuits. Against polluters asking for damages over contaminated sites. Across the state attorney general Gooby are, gray wall announced the suits yesterday and Newark's ironbound. District near the site of a former lighting factory that seeped harmful vapors into homes for nearly four decades gray wall says, he doesn't have an estimate for what the state might recover financially and warned the cases could take longtime prosecute polluters include two sites in Newark two in Woodbridge Middlesex County and one. Each, in Atlantic City and Warren county thirty percent chance of showers and thunderstorms today mainly later on this afternoon otherwise partly sunny hot and.

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"Till eleven this morning on where it's five nineteen from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly President Trump is. Considering larger tariffs then I proposed on US imports of billions of dollars worth of Chinese products NPR's Jim zarroli reports senior officials of the Trump administration say they've they've tried to persuade China. To address what. They say are unfair trade. Practices this hasn't happened and in fact China has retaliated with tariffs of its own So President Trump wants his administration. To consider raising proposed tariffs from ten to twenty five percent now, this isn't, a done deal. There has to be an approval process with an opportunity for public comment, the board of directors at CBS says to, law firms will. Be, investigating allegations of sexual misconduct made against the company's chairman and CEO NPR's James Dubec reports former prosecutor Nancy Kastenbaum. And former securities and Exchange Commission share Mary Jo, White are leading the investigation into sexual assault and harassment claims made by six women against CBS had less moon vez. Moon vez will. Remain at the helm of CBS. During the investigation but the board says he quote will have no role in. It, protesters in Chicago are planning to March through city streets during, this afternoon's rush hour calling for the resignation of the city's mayor and police. Superintendent they say. They failed to, reduce gun violence I'm Dave Mattingly n. p. CR news in Washington twenty, minutes now past five o'clock good morning I'm Matt Elmore thank you for. Joining us for morning edition today and we'll get back to the program shortly I though we'd. Like, to take another look at. Bay area traffic conditions and with that welcome in Joe McConnell good money. Good morning Matt pretty good summer morning no big problems the usual slowdown to the Altamont pass bay bridge toll plaza backup is not begun. But it's bunching up the, incline which, means they'll probably turn the metering lights on pretty soon there's been a closure in Sonoma County west catava since Tuesday it's regular road between valley Ford road and. Canfield it's been shut down because of utility poles and wires that were. Knocked over an earlier crash Joe McConnell for KiKi thank you Joe. His report brought to you by Ashley homestore Robin young. Asian American playwright imagines the life of the first Chinese woman to step foot in America. Brought by American businessmen to be exhibited like. A museum piece for life Of fourteen was a performance What aspects of?.

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"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Charles Snyder crews are. Battling a deadly wildfire in northern California the car fires killed at least two people and destroyed hundreds of structures hot dry winds, and triple digit, temperatures are fanning. The flames as Jefferson public radio. April Ehrlich reports firefighters are, trying to contain the blaze and reading a city one hundred miles south of the Oregon, border but the hot. Windy weather won't let up California Forestry department spokesman Chad Carol said he. Seemed many fires but none quite like this I haven't seen. Trees ripped out of the ground and thrown sideways like this one did thousands of people have evacuated their. Homes including reading resident Pollock or. Nado here's what she saw Thursday night I went outside my backyard and, I just happened to look over in the corner of my yard through some trees and I saw flame she like. Many other reading residents doesn't know if house is left standing it's Unclear when they can return home for NPR news any. Dormitory for training midwives in eastern Afghanistan has come under attack there's been, no reports of casualties so far. As NPR's Diaa Hadid reports attack began with explosions, and gunfire but local media reported most of the trainees will able to flee, video from the scene showed plumes of smoke, rising from near the area in Jalalabad city is weighted down a. Nearby road the casualties to arrive it's, just the latest in a. Series of attacks to target Jalalabad the last major incident was over two weeks ago when ISIS militants assaulted an educational department compound, they killed at, least ten people. Do you hit he'd NPR news. Islamabad pope Francis has accepted, the resignation from the college of cardinals of Theodore mckarrick Vatican says the former archbishop of, Washington DC sent his. Resignation letter to the pope last night following sex abuse allegations about against. Statement Says Francis has ordered McCarrick, to conduct a life of prayer and penance in. A home to be designated until a church trial is held members. Of the British parliament say the. UK is facing a democratic crisis because of the spread of fake news, parliamentary report is due, to be released tomorrow but it's been leaked and the BBC's ROY kellyn Jones reports at scope grew amid allegations at Cambridge analytical used to Facebook user data for targeted political messaging this has. Been a long running report it started way before the Cambridge analytic. FA exploded looking at the whole phenomenon of fake news but it then zeroed in on what, Cambridge analytical did and also on. The behavior of? The various parties during the referendum campaign in twenty sixty so looking really not just at obviously fake stories but the way campaign become very adept at using data on Facebook and other platforms to, send messages you're listening to NPR news Carrie Fisher will appear in the next Star, Wars movie despite her death at the end of twenty six team NPR's teams Dubec reports that producers say they're planning to use previously unreleased footage shot for. The force awakens some had speculated that. Producers would opt to use computer generated animation to bring Fisher's character back but j.j Abrams who, is returning to direct delays installment says quote we were never going to recast or use a CG character Abrahams says filmmakers have found a way. To honor Fisher's legacy by using the unseen footage, shot for episode seven Fisher became a breakout star with her role as Princess Leia starting in one. Thousand nine hundred seventy seven Stars from the latest films including daisy Ridley are set. To return along with actors Mark Hamill and Billy Dee Williams from the original trilogy shooting is set to begin in London on Wednesday and episode nine is set for release in December of next year, James Dubec, NPR news a tour de France is wrapping up tomorrow but the winner this year's race will be determined today Jake sagana rose impairs reports at Welsh cyclists guarantee Thomas is expected to take the title today's thirty one. Kilometer roots in the Basque country is a sprinting time-trial Dutch cyclists Tom Dula is the current. World time trial champion and favored to win he won the, GTO, Talia last year by overturning his time deficit in a similar. Stage but, Gareth Thomas has led the general classification for several days and is expected to perform well enough, to keep the yellow jersey and win the tour de false reporting there from Paris on trial Snyder NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include American Express proud supporter of the how I build this summit taking place in San Francisco at the Uraba Buena center on October sixteenth learn more about this summit at NPR dot org, slash summit This weekend, edition from.

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Tech firms should be made liable for 'fake news' on sites: UK lawmakers

"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Charles Snyder crews are. Battling a deadly wildfire in northern California the car fires killed at least two people and destroyed hundreds of structures hot dry winds, and triple digit, temperatures are fanning. The flames as Jefferson public radio. April Ehrlich reports firefighters are, trying to contain the blaze and reading a city one hundred miles south of the Oregon, border but the hot. Windy weather won't let up California Forestry department spokesman Chad Carol said he. Seemed many fires but none quite like this I haven't seen. Trees ripped out of the ground and thrown sideways like this one did thousands of people have evacuated their. Homes including reading resident Pollock or. Nado here's what she saw Thursday night I went outside my backyard and, I just happened to look over in the corner of my yard through some trees and I saw flame she like. Many other reading residents doesn't know if house is left standing it's Unclear when they can return home for NPR news any. Dormitory for training midwives in eastern Afghanistan has come under attack there's been, no reports of casualties so far. As NPR's Diaa Hadid reports attack began with explosions, and gunfire but local media reported most of the trainees will able to flee, video from the scene showed plumes of smoke, rising from near the area in Jalalabad city is weighted down a. Nearby road the casualties to arrive it's, just the latest in a. Series of attacks to target Jalalabad the last major incident was over two weeks ago when ISIS militants assaulted an educational department compound, they killed at, least ten people. Do you hit he'd NPR news. Islamabad pope Francis has accepted, the resignation from the college of cardinals of Theodore mckarrick Vatican says the former archbishop of, Washington DC sent his. Resignation letter to the pope last night following sex abuse allegations about against. Statement Says Francis has ordered McCarrick, to conduct a life of prayer and penance in. A home to be designated until a church trial is held members. Of the British parliament say the. UK is facing a democratic crisis because of the spread of fake news, parliamentary report is due, to be released tomorrow but it's been leaked and the BBC's ROY kellyn Jones reports at scope grew amid allegations at Cambridge analytical used to Facebook user data for targeted political messaging this has. Been a long running report it started way before the Cambridge analytic. FA exploded looking at the whole phenomenon of fake news but it then zeroed in on what, Cambridge analytical did and also on. The behavior of? The various parties during the referendum campaign in twenty sixty so looking really not just at obviously fake stories but the way campaign become very adept at using data on Facebook and other platforms to, send messages you're listening to NPR news Carrie Fisher will appear in the next Star, Wars movie despite her death at the end of twenty six team NPR's teams Dubec reports that producers say they're planning to use previously unreleased footage shot for. The force awakens some had speculated that. Producers would opt to use computer generated animation to bring Fisher's character back but j.j Abrams who, is returning to direct delays installment says quote we were never going to recast or use a CG character Abrahams says filmmakers have found a way. To honor Fisher's legacy by using the unseen footage, shot for episode seven Fisher became a breakout star with her role as Princess Leia starting in one. Thousand nine hundred seventy seven Stars from the latest films including daisy Ridley are set. To return along with actors Mark Hamill and Billy Dee Williams from the original trilogy shooting is set to begin in London on Wednesday and episode nine is set for release in December of next year, James Dubec, NPR news a tour de France is wrapping up tomorrow but the winner this year's race will be determined today Jake sagana rose impairs reports at Welsh cyclists guarantee Thomas is expected to take the title today's thirty one. Kilometer roots in the Basque country is a sprinting time-trial Dutch cyclists Tom Dula is the current. World time trial champion and favored to win he won the, GTO, Talia last year by overturning his time deficit in a similar. Stage but, Gareth Thomas has led the general classification for several days and is expected to perform well enough, to keep the yellow jersey and win the tour de false reporting there from Paris on trial Snyder NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include American Express proud supporter of the how I build this summit taking place in San Francisco at the Uraba Buena center on October sixteenth learn more about this summit at NPR dot org, slash summit This weekend, edition from.

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03:43 min | 3 years ago

"james dubec" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In the eastern nangahar province one of those attacks was a brutal assault on a school what gunman beheaded three gods and then torched the building d deed npr news the whole the president of the board of commissioners and cook county illinois is apologizing after a video on facebook showed a man berating a woman for wearing a puerto rican flag shirt in a chicago park npr's james dubec reports the video which shows a police officer standing by prompted backlash from puerto rico's governor and a member of congress in a video shot by mia ari in chicago park last month a man police named as him if he try bus is seen repeatedly accosting her over her puerto rican flag shirt yes i am please get away from me she calls out to a nearby police officer who does not appear to intervene officer can you i renting this area and he's harassing me about the shirt that i'm wearing puerto rico's governor called for the officer to be fired illinois representative lewis gutierrez asked the justice department to investigate cook county board president toni preckwinkle apologize to iraq and said the district is investigating james dubec npr news the trump administration has published a preliminary list of more chinese products that could face tariffs these with target another two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese goods chinese officials say they're shocked and they're warning they're prepared to retaliate china wants the international community to oppose the trump tariffs the trump administration has recently imposed tariffs some thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese imports prompting china to retaliate with tariffs on an equal amount of us goods this is npr from news good morning i'm brian watt silicon valley's tech giants and startups have helped make the bay area one of the twenty largest economies in the world acuity is raquel maria dillon has more on a report from the bay area council economic institute the report says the economy of our nine county region is still on the upswing but the researchers say the trump administration's attempts to restrict immigration is a threat to the exchange of people and ideas across borders that's needed for innovation the economic institutes president michel weinberg to the extent that we make it more difficult for people to come here you know low income farmworkers up to very high income tax sounders it is a real threat to the barrier economy with prosperity and job growth comes a higher cost of living the report warns that long commutes and sky high rents here contribute to the state's high poverty rates and it urges planners and politicians to build housing an invest in transit infrastructure across the region i'm racquel maria dylan cake you news the san francisco district attorney says a grand jury has indicted seven people on fifty two felony counts for graffiti being one of the largest graffiti vandal groups of the past few years the george gascon says the individuals tagged in chinatown north beach and other spa what's around the city while ninety percent of the and graffiti is committed by ten percent of the tigers so we're being very focused in the way that we will through this folks we're trying to send this very clear that this kind of behavior when we can hold you accountable we will we we'll definitely put the time to walk through gascon says the seven indicted could face sixteen months to three years in jail i'm brian watt kqed news support.

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"james dubec" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"james dubec" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Web development and data science to writing and design of work get done with a freelancer the latest news headlines from npr coming up and a special mother's day perspective all ahead on public radio it's six forty two from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly the taliban are being blamed for today's deadly attacks in western afghanistan more than thirty police officers were killed in one assault taliban fighters stormed a police base white house chief of staff john kelly is expressing doubts about what will be found by special counsel robert mueller's investigation into russian interference in the twenty sixteen election something that has gone on this long without any real meat on the bone suggests to me that there is nothing there relative to our president kelly was speaking to npr a house committee has wrapped up its probe of russian interference in the election and possible collusion with the trump campaign the senate intelligence committee is still investigating the chairman of the fcc says net neutrality rules put in place during the obama administration will expire on june eleventh that's despite a push by many states to keep the roles here's npr's james dubec the fcc chairman says the new rules will be light touch and encourage innovation and investment but democrats fear the change will usher in an era of paid fastlane's for certain websites more than twenty states have sued to stop the repeal and democrats in congress are pushing to overturn the change npr's legal counsel has filed comments with the fcc opposing the repeal of those rules stocks are mixed on wall street the dow is up sixty two the nasdaq off sixteen i'm dave mattingly i'm dave freeman in san francisco good morning you're listening to q e d at six forty three don't forget mother's day is this sunday and in this archive perspective pay zhao has daughters answer to a mother's fear that she didn't do enough forgiven of to her child my mom recently apologized to me for being a bad mother it's been weighing on her conscience for some time she felt guilty for not taking better care of me when i was thirteen the year we moved here from china i was flabbergasted by her apology i don't remember being collected sure i spent a lot of time eating take out a loan watching i love lucy but i never felt unloved my mother professional accountant in china had taken multiple shifts of the grocery store scooping chinese food into boxes earning our rent at four twenty five an hour shoulda come home for teague complaining about her backaches and burn marks on her pianist hands then at forty my mom started a nice score to learn english for an office job.

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