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02:42 min | 6 months ago

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"From NPR news I'm Jeanine Herbst protests over the death of George Floyd an unarmed black man in Minneapolis police custody continue today in Los Angeles at this hour protesters marching along a road to set fire to several police cruisers and vandalized others it's turned into a tense standoff with the police several of the demonstrators have been detained and those protests erupted around the country over the past several days that as Attorney General William Barr is accusing far left radicals of being behind the violence that erupted in connection with some of the protests over Floyd's death NPR's Ryan Lucas has more bar says the outrage over Floyd's death is real and legitimate and that the criminal justice system is moving quickly to hold those responsible to account but Barr said unfortunately in many cities peaceful protest over Floyd's death are being hijacked by what he called violent far left extremist groups groups of outside radicals and agitators are exploiting the situation to pursue their own separate and violent agenda bar did not offer any evidence to support that assertion but he warned that it is a federal crime to cross state lines to incite or participate in what he called violent riding and he said the justice department will enforce those laws Ryan Lucas NPR news Washington New York governor Andrew Cuomo says the state Attorney General will review the violent clashes that erupted in Brooklyn last night after thousands of people gather to protest is redo Iorio from member station WSHU has more New York City police say multiple officers were injured and at least two hundred people have been arrested as protesters threw water bottles at officers and destroyed police vehicles governor Andrew Cuomo says the Attorney General will review actions by the crowd and police tactics people do deserve answers and people do deserve accountability and if someone did something wrong they should be held accountable more protests are happening today throughout the city including one in Staten Island where Eric garner died six years ago after a police officer placed him in a chokehold for NPR news I'm Desiree diorio in New York but in Madison Wisconsin it was a peaceful protest today Wisconsin public radio's Bridgit Bowden has more about two thousand people marched from the Wisconsin state capitol to the county jail to a house where a black teenager was killed by police in two thousand fifteen protester Jordan king stood on top of a car and spoke to the crowd about damage to property by protesters in other cities we're yeah.

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03:19 min | 9 months ago

"jeanine herbst" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Jeanine Herbst president trump is activating the National Guard in New York California and Washington state in response to the growing corona virus outbreak as NPR's Bobby Allen reports it's the latest White House response to the states hardest hit by the fast spreading virus trump says the National Guard will assist with things like building mobile medical facilities and other missions to help combat the coronavirus there's actual give them maximum flexibility to use to guard against the virus without having to worry about costs or liability and freeing up state resources to protect the health and safety of the people in their state trump says he is also sending wartime navy medical ships to harbors in Los Angeles and New York to ease the burden of local hospitals state leaders say they are desperate for medical supplies like masks gowns and gloves saying competition among the states for a dwindling supply is driving up prices Bobby Allyn NPR news Washington on Capitol Hill a procedural vote on a corona virus economic relief bill fail tonight preventing it from advancing in the Senate but lawmakers say negotiations continue the procedural vote which required sixty votes to pass just got forty seven this amid fierce partisan clashes Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer called it as corporate bailout Democrats want to more help for health care workers and others affected by the disease outbreak saying the Republican measure concentrated too much on helping companies this bill is said to be about a trillion dollars several states have issued stay at home orders to try to halt the spread of the virus including Ohio New York California and Louisiana Paul Brown with member station W. RK F. has more the order does not take effect until Monday evening but governor John bel Edwards urged everyone who is able to self isolate now the bottom line is we're in a race against time when it comes to this corona virus and its rapid spread in Louisiana Louisiana has ten times as many cases as it did a week ago and a growth rate faster than any state or country in the world on Friday Edwards warned the state health care system could be overwhelmed before the end of the month without federal intervention under the order Louisianans are instructed to stay home except for essential tasks like buying groceries and picking up prescriptions for NPR news I'm Paul Brown in baton Rouge all Germany is far groups of more than two people from gathering chancellor angle Americal is going into isolation because her doctor tested positive for corona virus and here's rob Smith has more chancellor Merkel was won praise for Coleman transparency through this crisis said she would isolate herself at home immediately after learning that a doctor who vaccinated her against ammonia on Friday was infected the news over quarantine came soon after government oppose new social distancing rules that limit public gatherings to to people not including families NPR's rob Schmitz Asian markets are lower right now the issued out on two point four percent the Nikkei in Japan up a fraction this is NPR the UK is telling people with serious health problems to self quarantine for the next twelve weeks the government says it plans to notify some one and a half million people who are at high risk for the corona virus complications including respiratory conditions and those who are immuno compromised that they should leave their homes for the next three months but to support that effort officials a grocery stores.

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"jeanine herbst" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:43 min | 10 months ago

"jeanine herbst" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Was the first time that we've seen it below five hours in NYC is with the global flight tracking service flight radar twenty four and he says this weekend as storms were hitting the U. K. observers like came war on high alert for strong winds to propel one of the east bound trans Atlantic flights to potential new speed one passenger of the record setting British Airways flights told in the yard was a little bumpy but got him to London safely after his original flight got canceled because of the storm Alina so you can NPR news in Australia torrential rain south of city today put out a major wildfire but it also caused widespread flooding the girl when fires destroyed three hundred twelve homes and burned one point two million acres of the past two and a half months the state emergency service reported six flood rescues overnight near Grafton that's north of Sydney this after meteorologists issued a severe weather warning along most of the New South Wales coastal parts of Queensland to the north for heavy rain and damaging winds I'm Jeanine Herbst NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the artists foundation dedicated to the idea that people can live in harmony with one another and the natural world learn more about our case and its partners and artist foundation dot org and the listeners who support this is NPR station welcome to let you know USA I might get you know host time and the heavens mine is often called the queen of Latin American rock and roll she made her debut in nineteen eighty eight when she was only twenty years old her career has spanned three decades and she's released more than twenty albums maybe not a complete surprise since I only had that comes from a star studded Mexico City based family her father is and like it was mine the iconic sixties.

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03:02 min | 10 months ago

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"In Washington I'm Jeanine Herbst presidential candidates are jamming in as many campaign stops as they can in New Hampshire today ahead of Tuesday's primary and your Scott that pro is there as former vice president Joe Biden and former south bend Indiana mayor Pete put a judge spar over which one of the best nearest the political movement led by former president Barack Obama senator Bernie Sanders is making a different pitch he told supporters in Plymouth today that as president he will overhaul healthcare immigration education childcare energy policy end of the criminal justice system just to name a few areas of the government and the economy he wants to change Sanders campaign says its volunteers knock on a hundred fifty thousand door Saturday meanwhile several polls show senator any club which are gaining ground at the last minute as moderate voters look over their choices in a mobile field Scott dentro NPR news traveling with the Sanders campaign in New York City back to back shootings in the Bronx by the same gun minute left two police officers wounded authorities say the suspect shot an officer in a police van last night and then today opened fire inside a precinct building wounding another both are expected to fully recover mayor bill de Blasio is calling it an attempted assassination these officers handled such a horrific situation with heroism with extraordinary skill thank god that each and everyone of them will be okay the gunman is in custody police commissioner urge Dermot Shea says the gunman was paroled in twenty seventeen after serving more than a decade in prison on an attempted murder charge Swiss voters have overwhelmingly approved a new law that makes it illegal to discriminate against LGBT Q. people the Swiss parliament is already approved it but opponents collected enough signatures for a country wide referendum this this line has more under the new law people of publicly incite hatred or discrimination against people based on their sexual orientation would face criminal charges more than sixty three percent to Swiss voters have said they will no longer tolerate homophobia in their country LGBT campaigners say the result is a clear signal against hatred right wing opponents say they will keep a close eye on the implementation of the law to make sure their freedom of expression isn't violated backers of the referendum say they have nothing to fear as long as their speech is respectful of others for NPR news I'm Lisa schline in Geneva the ninety second Academy Awards the Oscars gets under way in about an hour at the Dolby theatre in Los Angeles favorite to win Best Picture the World War one drama nineteen seventeen director Sam Mendes dedicated it to his grandfather but the comedic thriller from South Korea parasite is also a favorite for Best Picture if it does when it would be a first for a foreign language film to win that award you're listening to NPR news and support for NPR news comes from indeed with its skills test build for employers.

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02:50 min | 10 months ago

"jeanine herbst" Discussed on KCRW

"Washington I'm Jeanine Herbst the second case of the corona virus has been detected in California and that brings the number of confirmed cases in the US to nine with four in California Santa Clara county health officials say a woman who travel to hunt China develop symptoms but hasn't been sick enough to be hospitalized and has been regularly monitored this case is unrelated to the first case in that county health officials say that means there is no person to person spread of the virus in Santa Clara county so far and in France a second French chartered plane carrying more than two hundred fifty evacuees from China has landed and peers Eleanor Beardsley reports officials say none of the passengers had symptoms of the corona virus when they left behind the giant Airbus a three eighty landed Sunday at a military base in southern France on board were people from thirty nations French Belgians Dutch Danes check Slovaks and some African citizens all desperate to flee the epicenter of the crisis authorities haven't set up the returnees would be put into quarantine but two hundred French nationals who returned on a flight Friday were put in isolation for fourteen days the French foreign minister says the non French citizens will be able to return to their home countries joy of a delay all also hailed what he called excellent cooperation with Chinese authorities in getting foreigners out Eleanor Beardsley NPR news Paris put a judge wrapped up his final Iowa rally before tomorrow's caucuses asking a crowd of more than two thousand to imagine waking up on the first date the Donald Trump is no longer president if yours don Gonyea reports voted you was on stage in a domed high school basketball arena in des Moines urging a noisy audience to think about life after trump are we ready to say goodbye to the chaos in the corruption are we ready to say goodbye to the cruel to you in the division recent polls have consistently but booted you among the leading democratic contenders in Iowa this weekend the help eleven events and venues large and small all over the state don Gonyea NPR news des Moines president trump will give his state of the union address Tuesday night in the capital where his impeachment trial is still under way he's expected to declare that the state of the union is strong even when it's bitterly divided as he asks Americans for a second term trump is the third president in U. S. history to be impeached but he is expected to be acquitted in his Senate trial on Wednesday both sides will give closing arguments tomorrow than a Wednesday eight senators will vote on whether to acquit him remove him from office Super Bowl fifty four is under way at the hard rock stadium in Miami what with the Kansas City Chiefs playing the San Francisco forty Niners the first time these two teams have faced off in a Superbowl.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"jeanine herbst" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From NPR news in Washington I'm Jeanine Herbst it's a new phase of the impeachment inquiry this week as public hearings will be held for the first time lawmakers are scheduled here from three diplomats William Taylor the acting US ambassador to Ukraine and George can't Deputy Assistant Secretary of state on Wednesday and former ambassador Marie Ivanov itch on Friday if yours Franco Oregonians has more all three have already testified in private of the administration putting pressure on Ukraine to launch an investigation of a political rival now people are gonna hear them directly for themselves Taylor testified it was his clear understanding that security aid would not come until you click the Ukraine president committed to doing an investigation and can he was the one who described a quo campaign of lies led by Rudy Giuliani to undermine give on image and yours Franco or doing is reporting that the Supreme Court tomorrow the trump administration will square off against some seven hundred thousand young people often called dreamers who were brought to the U. S. illegally as children and her as Nina Totenberg has more Dhaka has been an enormously popular program with public opinion polls showing widespread support for it doctor recipients have gotten advanced degrees they've started businesses and more than ninety percent have jobs at first president trump seems sympathetic to the daca recipients it's a very difficult thing for me because you know I love these kids but seven months later trump shut down Dhaka only to be blocked by the lower courts now the issue is before the Supreme Court where the justices will hear arguments today Nina Totenberg NPR news Washington president trump laid a wreath at the start of the New York veterans day parade and so there's a sacred obligation to care for those who have borne the battle and here's Tamera Keith has more president trump delivered somber remarks recounting the her Rolex of several U. S. veterans he said of those who served and continue to serve the nation is forever in their debt together we must safeguard what generations of fearless pages gave everything to secure we will protect our liberty of hold our values and defend our home trump who often veers off script into partisan politics kept his focus on those this day is designated to honor in his remarks at the opening ceremony of the New York veterans day parade timbre Keith NPR news the White House former president Jimmy Carter has been admitted to Emory University hospital tonight for a procedure to relieve pressure on his brain from leading due to recent falls the Carter center tweeted that the ninety five year old will have the procedure tomorrow morning and it is resting comfortably and his wife by his side well treated me the day in mixed territory the Dow up ten points the nasdaq down eleven the S. and P. five hundred down six you're listening to NPR news from Washington and this is WNYC in New York I'm Sean Carlson your congressman Peter king's announcement that he won't run for another term next year has caught some of his fellow Republicans off guard the call Molly talk as represents parts of Brooklyn and Staten Island in the state assembly she said she was surprised to hear the king will step down after spending twenty eight years representing Long Island it was a shock United necessarily see this coming everyone knows he loves his job and this isn't such a big part of his life up for so many years and like I said it's going to be very different not having peaking representing New York in in Congress in aspen on Facebook king said that quote it's time to end the weekly commute and be home in Seaford plus he was criticizing his predecessor has Michael Bloomberg guys a possible presidential W. my she's bridge Bergen reports the blouse you says the former mayor is a bad fit for the democratic primary he would make a better president than trump he did good work on climate change gun safety immigration and public health but that's the limit of diplomacy is praise for the former mayor he called Bloomberg tone deaf to the needs of working people blind to the inequality crisis in says he dove Lazio was elected in large part because so many people wanted to see a change from all that as for a presidential run there's no way in the world a we should nominate billionaire look into my eyes is the status quo Bloomberg filed paperwork in Alabama last Friday but has not officially launched a campaign for tonight were.

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02:20 min | 1 year ago

"jeanine herbst" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jeanine Herbst house impeachment inquiry into president trump is moving into a new phase appears ones are Johnston reports lawmakers will have the opportunity to question witnesses during public hearings that are set to get under way this week the house on Wednesday will hear from it to diplomats bill Taylor the acting US ambassador to Ukraine and George can't the Deputy Assistant Secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs their testimony comes as lawmakers continue to investigate whether president trump used military aid as leverage to pressure Ukraine to dig up dirt on a political rival on Friday lawmakers will question former US ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yolanda **** who was abruptly removed from her post earlier this year it's still unclear whether house investigators will subpoena former national security adviser John Bolton who failed to appear for a closed door deposition last week winter Johnston NPR news Washington Mexico says it has granted former Bolivian president evil moralis asylum moralis resigned yesterday after the army asked him to amid growing protests over a disputed election meanwhile the organization of American states plans to hold a special meeting on Bolivia in Washington tomorrow the US has expressed support for moralis his resignation but Venezuela joined with moralis leftist allies calling the resignation accrue international atomic energy agency says Iran is accelerating its enrichment of uranium European countries are now scrambling trying to get a run back into compliance with the twenty fifteen nuclear deal and your special Telamon has more the E. U.'s foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini is joining France Germany and Britain in calling on Iran to stick to the nuclear agreement even if it's increasingly difficult to preserve it we will continue our efforts to have a full implementation of the agreement Mogherini says the Europeans are extremely concerned about Iran's decision to resume low grade uranium enrichment at its underground Ford facility they're calling for a meeting of the dispute resolution mechanism that would include all the signatories of the deal except for the US since the trump administration pulled out and re impose sanctions on Iran Michele Kelemen.

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"jeanine herbst" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"jeanine herbst" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Jeanine Herbst mandatory evacuations have been ordered for beach side communities and mobile homes in many counties on Florida's Atlantic coast and here's Greg Allen reports after pounding the Bahamas hurricane Dorian is expected to stay off shore but still potentially bring high winds rain and storm surges to coastal communities in Florida evacuations already under way in Palm Beach and Martin counties other counties on Florida's coast will phase in evacuation orders as Dorian moves north Korean is expected to be a major hurricane as it passes by Florida on a track the governor Rhonda Sanders says leaves little margin for error even the track they keep that off the coast and ate like it's a hundred miles off the coast I make it to be about twenty five miles off the coast in some areas and so that's way too close for comfort the national hurricane center says on Dorian's current track parts of Florida's close will get hurricane force winds of forty seven foot storm surge as much as nine inches of rain in some places Greg Allen NPR news Miami South Carolina has also issued evacuation orders for some coastal communities starting tomorrow with lane reversals on several highways to help move people out at least seven people are dead another twenty two were injured yesterday after a gunman went on a shooting rampage in the West Texas towns of Midland and Odessa is Vicky Fogel from member station K. U. T. and Austin reports one of those wounded Saturday is a seventeen month old girl Texas governor Greg Abbott says he received a text message from the toddler's mother just ahead of a news conference I haven't read the text aloud in which the mother describes.

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01:50 min | 1 year ago

"jeanine herbst" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR news in Washington I'm Jeanine Herbst union workers at a Royal Dutch Shell plant in western Pennsylvania we're given a choice ahead of president trump's visited the plant earlier this week attend the president's speech or stay home without pay as in here as Bobby Allen reports a memo circulated among more than two thousand workers at the construction sites also reportedly cautioned attendees not to protest the letter telling workers to fill up the big factory hall or stay home without pay was first reported by the Pittsburgh post Gazette the paper reported that in addition to urging workers to be there they were told not to shout protest or do anything that could be quote viewed as resistance can broadband business manager for the local steam fitters union confirm the memo to N. P. R. he refers to the giant plant that's under construction as a cracker okay what I'll do photo ops all day long with one another cracker and are in his speech trump phrase natural gas extraction across Appalachia and told workers he was counting on their vote in twenty twenty Bobbi Alan NPR news democratic presidential candidates Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are continuing to make their pitch for expanded healthcare as a mill Moffett from member station W. A. B. E. reports both spoke today in front of a crowd of young African American voters in Atlanta a cornerstone of Bernie Sanders campaign has been healthcare for all it was a point he emphasized at a candidate forum organized by the black church political action committee African Americans are less likely to have insurance than white Americans more likely to leave a hospital with the bill they cannot afford to pay Elizabeth Warren meanwhile noted that it's an issue especially important for black women were more likely than white women to die during childbirth and I'm way past let's raise awareness.

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02:46 min | 1 year ago

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"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Jeanine Herbst. There are no survivors after an Ethiopian airliner crashed in Addis baba this morning after taking off her Kanye one hundred fifty seven people including eight Americans were on board. And here's ADA Peralta has more from Nairobi leave the open airlines plane took off from ATI SABA headed tonight Roby, but just a few minutes later the plane crashed killing everyone on board. Eighteen Canadians and eight Americans were among those killed. If you open c o two wilt says they still don't know what caused the crash, but this was a brand new Boeing plane being flown by a senior pilot. There were no indications. He says that something was wrong with it this same model plane crashed last year in Indonesia pilots complained that Boeing failed to flag significant changes to some of the flight control systems. In a statement. Boeing says it is standing by to provide support for the investigation. Eight and pair news Nairobi in. Syria. Us-backed local forces have resumed their offensive on the last pocket of ISIS held territory as NPR's Ruth lock reports they had suspended operations for several days to give civilians a chance to escape and fighters. A chance to turn themselves in US backs Lecco forces in Syria say the deadline for ISIS to surrender from its final piece of territory has expired Aliko commander says frontline troops moving to attack. What remains of the extremist group the offensive against beggars in northeast Syria has dragged on for weeks. The US backed SDF militia suspended fighting to Alaska villains to flee and those ISIS fighters that wanted to to surrender. Tens of thousands of people have streamed out of this malaria, some had been taking shelter in caves or tunnels. Now, the SDF one to attack those ISIS vices that they say have decided to make a last stand wreath Shylock NPR news favorite President Trump's twenty. Twenty budget includes another eight point six billion dollars to continue Bill building the wall along the US Mexico border that request would more than double the eight point one billion dollars potentially available to him from other government programs after he declared a national emergency in order to circumvent. Congress minority leader Senator Chuck Schumer says he hopes they won't see another shutdown like the last one sending the nation into a thirty five day turmoil. Congress refused to fund his wall. The president was forced to admit defeat and reopen the government without getting his wall. The same thing will repeat itself if he tries this again, so we hope he's learned his lesson. The budget to be unveiled tomorrow also contains a proposed five. Percent reduction in most domestic non-defense portions of the budget. The budget also calls for an increase in childcare spending with a proposed.

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01:46 min | 2 years ago

"jeanine herbst" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"New. I'm Audie Cornish. Mary Louise Kelley in this hour, a House Democrat on the standoff later reaction from voters in Ohio about President Trump's holding out for money for a border wall. Trump trump. In California, the consequences of estate plan to use death certificates to pinpoint the prescribing doctors of opioid addicts scaring providers into not prescribing opioids, I think that is not the ethically appropriate way to go forward, and why economists are worried about the potential for another recession. Now, the news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Jeanine Herbst. President Trump says he'll give his state of the union address from a different venue after house speaker Nancy Pelosi made it clear to him today. He's not welcome to give the address from the house floor while the government remains partially. Shut down. Trump speaking from the White House this afternoon called Pelosi's decision, a great blotch on the country, a horrible, Mark and a disgrace. She doesn't want the American public to hear what's going on. She's afraid of the truth, and the super left Democrats, the radical Democrats what's going on in that party is shocking. It's not clear where or when Trump will deliver his speech by law. The president may not address a joint session of congress without both chambers. Explicit permission. The constitution doesn't require that. The state of the union be delivered in the form of a speech and on Capitol Hill today furloughed federal workers staged protest inside a Senate office building demanding an end to the partial government shutdown. Patrick Madden of member station. W A M U reports. Twelve people were arrested the protest.

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01:45 min | 2 years ago

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"Jeanine Herbst. President Trump has made Democrats and offer to end the partial government shutdown, but democratic leaders have already rejected it as a non-starter NPR, Shannon. Van Zandt has more Trump announced his support for extending deportation protections for undocumented immigrants and exchange for five point seven billion dollars in funding for a wall along the southern border number one is three years of legislative relief for seven hundred thousand DACA recipients wrought here on lawfully by their parents at a young age many years ago. Trump is also offering an extension of temporary protected status for about three hundred thousand emigrants, however, democratic leaders have rejected his proposal saying that it includes initiatives that were previously turned down Democratic Party leaders. Have also said they won't negotiate with Trump until the government is reopened Shannon, van Sant. NPR news, Washington. For the third year in a row women's marches were held across the country today. Bitter cold temperatures and an overnight snowstorm led. Organizers to move I o was women's March inside the state capital in Des Moines. Iowa public radio's Klay masters reports a potential democratic presidential candidate to stop their Des Moines is now represented by democrat, Cindy acne who defeated a Republican incumbent accident told the packed capital rotunda. The US house has changed. I see more women. I see more women of color. I see women and men from our LGBTQ community. And we are truly Representative of the people that live not only in our districts in our states, but across this country and that gives me hope rose green who came to the March with her daughters says she teared up when accident took the stage. She's.

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02:19 min | 2 years ago

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"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Jeanine Herbst. A federal judges siding with CNN ordering the White House to restore CNN correspondent, Jim Mukasa does press credentials temporarily. Judge Timothy Kelly appointed to the court by President Trump says the administration didn't allow a cost due process. NPR's Nina totenberg has more. It's true that nobody has automatic access to the White House but having granted access and since he doesn't present a safety threat to the president. He's passed a secret service security check, he gets his press pass back frown anyway. NPR's Nina totenberg. The White House says it has complied with the order the judges called both sides back into court on Tuesday officials say at least sixty three people have been killed in the campfire in the northern part of the state be county. Officials say more than six hundred others are missing NPR's. Tom. Goldman reports thousands of school children have been displaced the deadliest fire in California history also has created chaos furnace donated five thousand to fifty seven hundred kids who've been displaced by the disaster. Many schools are destroyed in and around the fire ravaged town of paradise in Butte county, even the county's undamaged schools are closed because the fire continues to generate an unhealthy blanket of smoke county school superintendent, Tim Taylor acknowledges a lot of teachers parents and students are anxious to get back to school. But I don't wanna put any child in harm's way. Just because we want kids back with can't hurry that process. Taylor tells NPR he's. Planning to reopen county schools, Monday, December third tumbled NPR news, Chico California and in southern California. At least three people have been killed in the Wolseley fire. It appears Georgia Republican congressman Bob Woodall will hold onto his seventh congressional district seat. Georgia counties have certified election results from member station. W A B E in Atlanta. Tis mean Shamma has more specially tight race incumbent Republican rob Woodall leads democratic challenger. Caroline bardo with a little over four hundred votes during a meeting certifying election results in Gwinnett county, which covers part of the district. Elections chairman Stephen day says political bias was kept out.

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03:15 min | 2 years ago

"jeanine herbst" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Jeanine Herbst. The political wave and demand for change that's been battering the Democratic Party crashed into Massachusetts Tuesday. In a stunning upset. Boston city councillor ion Presley defeated ten term incumbent congressman Michael Yano in the Democratic Party from member station. WVU are in Boston. Anthony Brooks has more. It seems like change is on the way. This is a dramatic victory for Arianna Presley, the first black woman elected to the Boston city council. She trounced fellow democrat Michael cap, you know, by eighteen points, the two agreed on most issues, but Presley argued she could better represent the state's only majority minority district, which includes most of Boston and several of its surrounding communities. We committed to running a campaign for those who don't see themselves reflected in politics or government forever told that their issues their concerns their priorities can wait with no Republican opponent. Pressley's victory means she'll become the state's first African American woman to serve in congress for NPR news. I'm Anthony Brooks in Boston. After a contentious first day of nomination hearings devoted entirely to opening statements, anti by protests supreme court nominee. Brett Cavanaugh should be able to start answering questions today NPR's Windsor Johnston. Takes a look at the range and. Limits of what may be covered today in the Senate Judiciary committee Kavanagh's positions on abortion voting rights, gun control, and the limits of presidential power are all likely to be scrutinized. But Elizabeth Slattery illegal fellow at the Heritage Foundation says it would be unfair for the Senate panel to ask cabin all to prejudge hypothetical cases, I know that they'll certainly try to. But at the end of the day, we don't know what other members of the court what they would make out of the case. And so it's not as though the supreme court justices would wake up one day and say today, we're going to overrule Roe v. Wade case would have to come to them. Democrats continue to press for the release of documents from cabin all's tenure in the White House. President Trump has withheld them citing executive privilege Windsor Johnston. NPR news, Washington executives from Facebook and Twitter are appearing at house and Senate hearings today. Here's Tim Mack. Says lawmakers want to know what steps are being taken by social media networks to combat Russian meddling. Ahead of November's congressional midterm elections. Some of this is driven by the nature of the threat. There's no sign. It's actually diminishing this past month, we had Microsoft, Facebook and Twitter all announced they discovered new foreign influence operations. Iran was revealed to have created a worldwide disinformation campaign and on top of that we saw new Russian disinformation campaigns and apparent hacking. Attempts people are on red alert NPR's, Tim MAC reporting in financial markets. Asian markets were lower by the bell. The hang sang down two point six percent. This is NPR news. This is morning edition on WNYC at seven. Oh, four good morning. I'm Kerry Nolan. Got a lot to tell you about on the rails and subways this morning cancelled trains are causing delays on New Jersey transit's northeast corridor and north jersey coast lines on the Long Island railroad..

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04:47 min | 2 years ago

"jeanine herbst" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jeanine Herbst in a. Series of tweets over the weekend President Trump lashed out at a New York Times report that detailed, extensive cooperation, between White House counsel Donald Mcgann. And the inquiry. By, special counsel Robert Muller NPR Shannon van Zandt has more Trump said. He allowed and encouraged mcgann's cooperation the president also maintained that he has nothing to, hide and called. The Mueller investigation a witch hunt the New York Times reported that Mcgann has granted thirty hours of interviews to Muller's team and share details, regarding Trump's, firing of FBI director James Comey and his push for attorney general Jeff Sessions. To claim, oversight of the investigation Carl Tobias a law professor, at the university of Richmond says mcgann's actions may have rested on his interpretation of the. Role of the White House counsel the White House counsel is not, the personal lawyer of the president but Rouser has an obligation to the office of the presidency Shannon van Sant. NPR news Iran is marking the sixty fifth anniversary of a. CIA led coup against his government and says US pressure will fail to overthrow the current government in, Tehran NPR's, Peter Kenyon reports Ron was responding. To President Trump's. Appointment, of an envoy foreign minister mohammad-javad Zarif tweeted that the newly-established Iran. Action group has a goal of toppling the Iranian government but won't succeed Trump appointed, Brian hooked to. Head the group charged with coordinating administrations around policy the move follows Trump's withdrawal from the twenty fifth nuclear agreement and the reimposition of sanctions, on Iran, over the objections of the other world powers that negotiated the nuclear deal zuri. Posted to, Twitter that quote sixty five years ago today the, US overthrew the popularly elected government of duck Muhammed masonic restoring the dictatorship a reference to. The US back show Veron who was restored to power in the, coup Peter Kenyon NPR. News system boo in Indonesia power is out across the island of Lombok after six point nine earthquake and a series of aftershocks hit the area today officials say some of the buildings and houses. Have collapsed, Thomas Sowell's based in Jakarta is with save the children he's working on getting. Relief to those in need. Weeping navarine key supplies things for people to help people get shelter so shelter kits kits Most importantly we've been an areas children to play. He says his organization has also been providing the children. With psychological first aid this quick comes as the tourist, hotspot is still, recovering from a quake earlier this month that. Killed hundreds of people In. India torrential rain is finally letting up some after. A week. And a half of monsoon. Rains that triggered flooding and landslides in the southern state of Kerala at least three hundred fifty. People died officials say some eight hundred thousand have. Been displaced you're listening to NPR. News, from. Washington from, news I'm Jeremy Siegel members of San. Francisco's LGBTQ, community are gathered in the so my neighborhood today to celebrate the. City's newest cultural district it's called the leather and LGBTQ cultural district media Sarah Craig is at the celebration hey Sarah So earlier this year San Francisco supervisors voted to recognize this new district what exactly does that. Designation mean and what does it mean to the. People who you've talked to out. There, today It means preserving the history of the place back in the seventies it was primarily A safe for the. Gay community to hang out there with forty seven bars now today. There's only seven So culture is away to Importance on this area they hit this history matters and we wanted to begin to grow businesses. That are here and people Hockey today I talked to this man named Bob Brown identified the man and he actually met both. Of this, type this year talking outside of a bar called the tower house, far where he supposed to his latest husband so yeah it's a great event, to see how people are celebrating their. History and I'm guessing there's. A. Lot going on out, there and so many today I'm, hearing lots of people. Around you describe the scene around you yeah I'm actually standing inbetween. Cracking demonstrations and the. Assets say ninety unit puppy play our. People are getting together and acting like us on a mat then there's on. Xtra sweatsuits. Is representing leather men of color I. Just, like, a, wide array of people here, pretty, exciting to see it go on sounds like a lot of fun. Cake, you, Sarah, Craig. Joining us from. Sunday streets Soma where celebration of the. Leather.

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"jeanine herbst" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"jeanine herbst" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news. In, Washington I'm Jeanine Herbst. Paul manafort's longtime business partner Rick? Gates took the witness stand today and, manafort's trial for Bank and tax fraud as NPR's miles, parks reports gates that? He and Manafort committed. Crimes together prosecutors asked Rick gates pointblank if he committed crimes Paul Manafort and, he said yes he said he knowingly gave thanks false and Dr documents and he also said he lied demand for its tax accountants about. Whether Manafort had Bank accounts overseas Manafort, is, charged, with eighteen counts of Bank and tax fraud gates who've back on the witness. Stand on Tuesday when he's expected to face a brutal cross examination from manafort's. Defense team the defense gates is lying to investigators then it was actually gates who committed the fraud without manafort's knowledge miles parks NPR news Alexandria Virginia. Months after President Trump decided to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal. American sanctions are back in force now Iran's president is downplaying The prospect of direct, talks with the US and here's Peter Kenyon reports. The comments came in a lengthy TV interview president Hassan Ruhani told state TV, that, Iran is now dealing not with the five plus one. But the four plus one the world powers that still support the thousand fifteen nuclear agreement minus the US which pulled out of the deal in may Ruhani says. The Europeans Russians and Chinese remained committed but they haven't done enough Woosh share a cat haw Honey said their assurances not. To worry about the American sanctions are welcome but those countries have yet to produce a workable plan to compensate for, the US, sanctions, which are causing companies to reduce business activity Ruhani said talks will continue with. An eye toward keeping international trade. Going Peter Kenyon NPR news In Colorado a big step forward this week for supporters of an effort to significantly curtailing oil. And gas. Development. As hood from Colorado public radio reports it turned, in one hundred seventy one thousand signatures. For a statewide ballot initiative, under current law companies can drill wells as close as five. Hundred feet. From homes under initiative ninety seven new oil and, gas wells would not be allowed within twenty five hundred feet of homes as well as, gathering spaces like playgrounds and, rivers Suzanne Spiegel is with Colorado rising which held an aggressive signature gathering campaign this summer we need to protect the health and safety of Colorado right now the state's not, doing that the oil and gas industry through a political interest group has amassed, millions to fight the effort it says the proposed, rule would put more than half of state land off limits for future development for NPR news I'm grace hood Asian markets are trading. Mixed territory, at this hour the Nikkei the main market in Japan it's. Up about a quarter Percents. The Asia Dow is down about one tenth of a percent Wall Street was higher by. The closing, bell the Dow up thirty, nine points at twenty five thousand five hundred two the NASDAQ up forty seven at seventy eight fifty nine the s&p five hundred up ten. Points at twenty eight fifty this is NPR and this is WNYC in New. York I'm Sean Carlson that allows you ministration is making it easier for inmates at Rikers island. And other city jails to take part in the upcoming primary and general elections if they're eligible to do so mayor de Blasios says the city will. Organize an ongoing system to register voters and distribute absentee ballots throughout the entire correction. System mayor to buzz you said on the thing that. Increasing efforts, to help them exercise their. Right to vote could prevent them from getting arrested again they need to be involved nurse -ociety. Positively and productively we want them registered to vote we want them voting we wanted never see the inside of a. Jail cell. Again. Many inmates are held in for weeks or months, awaiting trial and still eligible to vote. In addition most prisoners convicted Of crimes may. Also. Legally vote in New York state once they've completed their sentences August nineteenth is the registration. Deadline for, the state primaries A New York City councilman arrested during an immigration protests has been found guilty of one of the three, charges he was facing a jury found councilman Giamatti Williams guilty today of obstructing emergency medical responders for blocking ambulance that was carrying immigration activists Ravi Rog bureau weight from a federal office. Building in lower Manhattan back in January Ragbhir fainted after being. Detained while showing up for a routine check in at the US immigration office a judge sentenced Williams to time served on the, guilty verdict, the jury found him not guilty of. Obstructing, governmental administration and disorderly conduct for the rest of this evening hair in our area. Partly cloudy, skies low of seventy seven degrees tomorrow Tuesday. A thirty percent chance of showers and, thunderstorms with mostly sunny skies on your ninety one tomorrow heat index as..

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Even Before Hurricane Maria Hit, Puerto Rico Was In Financial Ruin

01:28 min | 2 years ago

Even Before Hurricane Maria Hit, Puerto Rico Was In Financial Ruin

"Snooze live from npr news in washington i'm jeanine herbst the trump administration has postponed a decision on whether to impose steel and aluminum tariffs on europe canada and mexico and beers jim zarroli reports that the tariffs were set to take effect tomorrow trump has imposed tariffs of twenty five percent on steel imports and ten percent on imports of aluminum but the administration gave temporary exemptions to some key us trading partners including the european union the exemptions were set to expire at the beginning of may and officials were in talks with the other countries about whether they would take effect permanently but a source confirmed to npr that the administration will postpone a decision until june first the source also said the white house expects to reach a deal by then with some other countries including argentina australia and brazil jim zarroli npr news new york an american soldier was killed and other wounded in a combat operation today in eastern afghanistan the pentagon says several afghan security forces were also killed and wounded in the same operation meanwhile isis has claimed responsibility for a series of attacks that killed at least thirty five people including ten reporters and eleven children and npr in frontline investigation has found serious flaws in the us government's response to hurricane maria npr's laura sullivan reports hundreds of internal documents and emails revealed the relief effort for puerto rico in chaos puerto rico needed the federal government's helped recover from maria but that help was difficult to find npr in frontline obtained internal documents that show fema failed to pre positioned supplies on the island before the storm and was unable to get tarps onto the island for months lieutenant general todd seminary head of the army corps said the lack of supplies led to delays almost all the warehouses ramp these when we hit the amount of available supplies were just not there to be able to respond in an effort that could have got us a more of a jump start other documents show fema was struggling with its own workforce the agency called a quarter of the employee's at higher quote unqualified for the work fema officials say the agency did the best it could given the impact of the storm laura sullivan npr news vice president mike pence inspected the construction of a replacement part of the border wallet collect seco california today he also talked about the.

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"jeanine herbst" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"jeanine herbst" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Volume the uk thanks the us and its allies for expelling russian diplomats in response to the use of a nerve agent in england for monday march twenty six it's all things considered from npr news i'm ari shapiro chang this hour a transgender servicemember in the air force response to president trump's new attempt at aban we're losing the access to americans with amazing qualities that they can bring to the service also can anything short of a trade war get china to change its ways later the relationship between antibiotics and superbug and the latest project from an awardwinning novelist is an immersive fiction podcast called the walk i'm really interested in what you might call storytelling that bleeds into the real world now news live from npr news in washington i'm jeanine herbst the united states is ordering dozens of russian diplomats to leave the country and it's shutting down the russian consulate in seattle if allies are also ousting russian diplomats standing in solidarity with united kingdom which accuses russia of ordering a nerve agent attack on british throw us soil weeks ago the poisoned a former russian spy and has grown daughter as npr's joanna kakissis reports britain's prime minister is thanking allies for standing with the uk prime minister theresa may told parliament today that she's heartened over the solidarity britain has found from the e u u s and nato together we have sent a message that we will not tolerate russia's continued attendance to international law and undermine off on us may says the russian state is behind the poisoning of serguei in yulia scree paul in southern england earlier this month british authorities identified the poisonous nerve agent called novacek a soviet era military grade chemical weapon russia strongly denies involvement and says it will respond to the latest expulsions with its own actions joanna kakissis npr news london the federal trade commission has confirmed it's investigating the possible misuse of the personal information of as many as fifty million facebook users and fears laura sydell reports the probe comes after the.

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Egypt, Alexandria, car bomb explosion leaves 2 dead

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Egypt, Alexandria, car bomb explosion leaves 2 dead

"Eleven two times every weekend here on k kuwaiti public radio i'm janine herbst with these headlines marches and rallies calling for gun control took place across the world today in response to gun violence and the shooting apartment florida highschool that left seventeen people dead the biggest was held in washington dc where tens of thousands of people including high school activists held a rally calling on congress to act in egypt two days before the presidential election the interior ministry says a car bomb exploded in alexandria killing at least one police officer and wounding several others chinese state media say beijing's newly appointed economic chief has talked on the phone with treasury secretary steve mnuchin warning the china will defend itself against president trump's tariffs on chinese imports i'm jeanine herbst npr news.

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