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"Week, Dozens of people have been arrested on federal charges ranging from arson to assaulting an agent for NPR news. I'm Jessica Gahler, her in Portland. Heavy bands of rain from Tropical Storm Hanna are moving across parts of southern Texas and northeast Mexico. Winds have decreased and the system is expected to weaken. But the National Hurricane Center is Daniel Brown, says residents. They're still need to be alert for the time being, there's likely to be some life threatening flash flooding. There'll be some minor to moderate river flooding as well, both in South Texas and forces of northeastern Mexico, Uh for the Ranger today and even into Monday In the Central Pacific. Hurricane Douglas is closing in on Hawaii. Forecasters have issued warnings to the islands of Oahu, Maui and Kawai of high wind storm surges and up to 15 inches of rain. This is NPR news. This is W. N. Y. C in New York. A 12 0 for good afternoon. I'm Carrie Nolan Governor, Cuomo says after several months of asking Congress for state aid, New York is now at the end of its rope. He saysthe state could be forced to make billions of dollars in cuts. If federal funding doesn't come through in the next two weeks. There is no economic analysts. Who will say it's good for the economy to starve the states and local governments. Will say the exact opposite. A Democratic led house has.

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01:42 min | 3 weeks ago

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"Live from NPR NEWS. I'm Jack Spear. New data from the federal government shows drug overdose deaths rising in 2019 to the highest level on record. Some experts say the overdose risk is growing worse during the Corona virus pandemic more from NPR's Brian Man. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found nearly 71,000 Americans died from prescription and illegal drug overdoses in 2019 reversing a slight improvement in fatalities the year before. Some states saw surges in overdose deaths, with South Dakota spiking 54% and Alabama seeing a 22% increase. In part, these deaths reflect the spread of the deadly synthetic opioid fentanyl. The rise in deaths occurred mostly before the Corona virus pandemic hit. Some organizations, including the American Medical Association report. Evidence of even higher overdose rates this year is covered, 19 has made it harder for people suffering addiction to find help. Brian Man. NPR NEWS. The Corona virus tally keeps going up in Florida that state announcing today it's past the 300,000 mark in terms of confirmed cases, with the daily death toll there exceeding 100 for the third time in a week. State health officials are reporting more than 10,000 new confirmed Corona virus cases today as of yesterday floor, which once bragged about its low rate of Corona. Virus. Infections have the second highest death rate in the country, second only to Texas. Oklahoma's governor has covert 19 Jessica Gahler report Side announcement comes as the state saw its highest number of new cases within a 24 hour period Monday. Nearly 1000 This was Governor Kevin Stitt during a covert 19 press conference last Thursday. Without a mask, protect the.

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03:07 min | 3 weeks ago

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"Good night. Otherwise mostly cloudy with a low of about 70 degrees. It's 77 mostly sunny right now, here in downtown Manhattan. That's 7 p.m. This's W and y C FM HD and AM New York. The Trump Administration is ordering hospitals to send coded data to a centralized database instead of to the Centers for Disease Control. Good evening. I'm Sean Carlson, and this is all things considered on W. N. Y. C. We'll hear the sour from a former director at CDC about the new plan from the White House. Also this hour. Asheville, North Carolina has approved a resolution that may lead to reparations for its black community blood capital that we have banked. To spend today came predominantly from black men, women and Children more on the shape those reparations might take coming up and later, Goldman Sachs is reporting its best trading results in years. How is that happening when so many millions of people are without work during the pandemic? We'll find out and more just after news headlines. Live from NPR NEWS. I'm Jack Spear. New data from the federal government shows drug overdose deaths rising in 2019 to the highest level on record. Some experts say the overdose risk is growing worse during the Corona virus pandemic more from NPR's Brian Man. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found nearly 71,000 Americans died from prescription and illegal drug overdoses in 2019 reversing a slight improvement in fatalities the year before. Some states saw surges in overdose deaths, with South Dakota spiking 54% and Alabama seeing a 22% increase. In part, these deaths reflect the spread of the deadly synthetic opioid fentanyl. The rise in deaths occurred mostly before the Corona virus pandemic hit. Some organizations, including the American Medical Association report. Evidence of even higher overdose rates This year is covert 19 has made it harder for people suffering addiction. To find help. Brian Man NPR news. The Corona virus tally keeps going up in Florida that state announcing today it's past the 300,000 mark in terms of confirmed cases. With the daily death toll there exceeding 100 for the third time in a week, State health officials are reporting more than 10,000 new confirmed coronavirus cases today as of yesterday floor, which once bragged about its low rate of Corona. Virus. Infections have the second highest death rate in the country, second only to Texas. Oklahoma's governor has covert 19 Jessica Gahler report Side announcement comes as the state saw its highest number of new cases within a 24 hour period Monday. Nearly 1000 This was Governor Kevin Stitt during a covert 19 press conference last Thursday. Without a mask, protect the freedoms and Oklahoma..

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04:18 min | 3 weeks ago

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"18 patients. Critics say the White House is intentionally undermining the public health agency. It's Wednesday, July 15th and this is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Elsa Chang and I'm Sarah McCammon. President. Trump has signed an executive order that intends to punish China for its actions in Hong Kong. Some say there could be collateral damage. I think, unfortunately that Hong Kong citizens are the biggest victims in this entire situation. Later. While millions of Americans remain out of work during the pandemic, Wall Street is doing well. It's a very unequal situation right now because the Fed is supporting markets and banks make money in the markets, and we look at a program in Los Angeles that hopes to help thousands of families avoid eviction. Now news Live from NPR NEWS. I'm Jack Spear. No data from the federal government shows drug overdose deaths rising in 2019 to the highest level on record. Some experts say the overdose risk is growing worse during the Corona virus pandemic more NPR's Brian man The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found nearly 71,000 Americans died from prescription and illegal drug overdoses in 2019 reversing a slight improvement in fatalities the year before. Some states saw surges in overdose deaths, with South Dakota spiking 54% and Alabama seeing a 22% increase. In part, these deaths reflect the spread of the deadly synthetic opioid fentanyl. The rise in deaths occurred mostly before the Corona virus pandemic hit. Some organizations, including the American Medical Association report. Evidence of even higher overdose rates This year is covert 19 has made it harder for people suffering addiction. To find help. Brian Man NPR news. The Corona virus tally keeps going up in Florida that state announcing today it's past the 300,000 mark in terms of confirmed cases. With the daily death toll there exceeding 100 for the third time in a week, State health officials are reporting more than 10,000 new confirmed Corona virus cases today as of yesterday floor, which once bragged about its low rate of Corona. Virus. Infections have the second highest death rate in the country, second only to Texas. Oklahoma's governor has covert 19 Jessica Gahler reports. That announcement comes as the states are its highest number of new cases within a 24 hour period Monday, nearly 1000 This was Governor Kevin Stitt during a covert 19 press conference last Thursday. Without a mask, protect the freedoms and Oklahoma. We're not gonna mandate in the state of Oklahoma. We're not going to be massive Shamers state has tested positive for the virus and is now isolating. Last month he went to President Trump's indoor campaign rally. Health officials say the event contributed to a spike in new cases here. Earlier this month, The governor also met with Elon Musk, about opening a test Let plant in Tulsa State was seen at both events without a mascot Times The state of Oklahoma has had more than 22,000 confirmed cases of Corona virus for NPR news. I'm Jessica below her in Oklahoma City. The Federal Reserve in its latest snapshot of the U. S economy finds that businesses in many regions on up ticket the start of the month, though some of that came a CZ. States eased Corona virus restrictions on Ly two in some instances, slammed the door shut again that says most of the 12 areas of the country right maintains member of banks showed some improvement in terms of employment in factory activity. Even so, economic activity remains well below levels of a year ago. It's believed during the second quarter. US economy contracted it its steepest pace since the Great Depression. Stocks had another strong showing. Nonetheless, today, the Dow up 227 points. The NASDAQ rose 61 points. The S and P 500 gained 29 points today. This is NPR. Since mid March. New York's museums have been closed because of the Corona virus pandemic, but slowly plans to reopen something have been announced. The Wildlife Conservation Society, which runs five parks, including the Bronx Zoo, now says it will rope in facilities next week. And the Metropolitan Museum of Art says Well, we open at the end of August, Jeff London, reports some of New York's favorite attractions or coming back, albeit with a socially distanced twist..

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04:24 min | 3 weeks ago

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"For WN Y see comes from an off publisher of the Glass Hotel. The new novel from Emily ST John Mandel, author of Station 11 A Story of greed and Guilt of Failed con and a Missing Woman. The Glass Hotel is available now, wherever books are sold. This's W N Y C 93.9 FM and AM a 20 NPR News on the New York conversation. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston. President Trump says White House Trade advisor Peter Navarro was wrong to write an op ed criticizing the nation's top infectious disease expert. NPR's Tamara Keith reports, Navarro took aim that Dr Anthony Fauci over his handling of the Corona virus pandemic. Navarro's op Ed was published just a day after press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany insisted there was no White House campaign against Fauci and that he was respected adviser in it. Navarro, who has no medical training, outlined a Siri's of instances where he disagreed with Fauci. Navarro claimed Fauci quote has been wrong about everything I have ever interacted with him on to White House officials told NPR. Navarro went rogue communications director Elissa Farah tweeted that Navarro's piece didn't go through the usual White House clearance process and is the opinion of Navarro alone. She added that Trump values the expertise of medical professionals advising the administration. Trump himself has made a point of saying he has disagreements with Fauci, Tamara Keith NPR NEWS, The governor of Oklahoma has tested positive for the Corona virus. Jessica Gallagher reports. The announcement comes two days after the state reported its highest number of new daily infections. Nearly 1000 governor Kev instead has been a staunch supporter of reopening businesses during the pandemic. He has also refused to mandate masks. Saying that he will protect the freedoms of Oklahomans and that the state won't be what he calls a mask. Shemer the governor is isolating at home. The state has so far recorded more than 22,000 Corona virus cases. Jessica Gahler reporting. All of the major indices closed higher today. On Wall Street. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 227 points. The NASDAQ Up 61 the S and P, up 29. This is NPR news. And this is WN my sea in New York. I'm Sean Carlson. Fatal shootings are up 19% in New Jersey compared to last year. State police Colonel Patrick Callahan says 13 people have been shot and killed in the past week alone. We're seeing way too many shootings and the likelihood of it continuing through the warm summer months gives us a tremendous amount of concern. Governor Phil Murphy attributed the surge in violence to the unprecedented combination of warm weather, mass unemployment and people's mental health challenges after months of lock down amidst an ongoing pandemic. New Jersey's attorney general, says the state needs to build a new culture of transparency among its police officers. Testing be testifying before a state Senate panel on policing reforms today, groupie or great Wall says he wants to name officers who have received major discipline as an incremental step toward more accountability. I was surprised and frankly disappointed by the reaction of some law enforcement officers to these directors over a one week period, I was sued five times. An appeals court halted gray walls. Efforts to release officers names earlier this month as the lawsuits work their way through court. Ray, while initially planned to release the last names of all state troopers disciplined in the past two decades today. The implementation of New York City's congestion pricing plan will be delayed by at least a year. The empty says the earliest it could go. No effect is early 2022. The agency says it's still waiting on answers from the federal government before it can proceed. The congestion pricing plan was supposed to raise $15 billion to fund public transportation. Gothamist reporter Christopher Robin says with ridership down the empty desperately needs that money. The Mt is really hurting, and they were really counting on congestion pricing to keep the trains and buses running and to modernize the system. The agency is also asking for almost $11 million in federal aid to make up for its budget shortfall. Tonight. Here in.

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"Foam state local news at 4 32 what a new study has found about Asian Americans in connection with covert 19 related discrimination and coming up in 4 50 only City Council members have come under increased scrutiny over their relationships with the police unions. In the wake of calls to defund or redirect law enforcement dollars. My conversation with newcomer with you, Roman Live from NPR News in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone. Almost three million Corona virus cases have now been recorded in the United States, according to researchers at Johns Hopkins University, With more than 131,000 deaths today, Texas surpassed 10,000 new Corona virus cases in one day, ah, symptom of the resurgence of the virus. The federal government has started a Corona virus testing blitz in three southern cities. NPR's Richard Harris reports officials plan to offer 5000 tests a day The testing is getting underway in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Edinburg, Texas, and Jacksonville, Florida. All three of these cities have had a surge in Corona virus cases. Health officials are hoping the free testing sites will help identify people who are spreading the infection so they can take steps to isolate themselves. Test results won't be available for 3 to 5 days, so people are urged to continue wearing masks and social distancing or toe isolate if they're already showing symptoms. The test sites will be open from 5 to 12 days, federal health officials say. If they're successful, this testing strategy could be extended to other mid sized cities where the Corona virus is on the rise. Richard Harris. NPR NEWS Oklahoma has reached a record number of New Cove in 19 cases. Jessica Gahler, her reports. The state has also been put on a quarantine list. A record number of 858 new Corona virus infections have been recorded in Oklahoma. Over the last 24 hours, according to health officials. There has also been a surgeon hospitalizations up by more than 100 from the same time last week. New Jersey, New York and Connecticut are now requiring visitors from Oklahoma to quarantine for 14 days. Jessica Gullah, her reporting globally identified Covad, 19 cases are closing in on 12 million. With more than half a 1,000,000 known deaths on Wall Street, The Dow was down 3 96 This is NPR news, and I'm Larry Parole. This is Casey AR W on a Tuesday, July 7th. Here's what's happening at 4 32 Last month, Asian Americans were more than twice as likely as white people to experience Covad 19 related discrimination. That's according to a new study. USC released today more on this now from K. C. R W's Kelly Wells Since the pandemic started, USC found one in three people of color experienced covert related discrimination at least once things like poor customer service threats or even harassment. For white people. It was one in five. That's been trending down since peaking in April, when respondents were most likely to say covert victims were dangerous. Researchers say that early peak was partly due to strong reactions to early adopters of face masks. Heavy social media users and younger adults also were more likely to report facing discrimination. A study says the discrimination Asian American communities are dealing with isn't surprising, especially with some politicians, including President Trump, using pointed or bigoted phrases like the Chinese virus or Kong flu. But is Casey or doobias Kaylie Wells reporting, California is gearing up for a big change to November's election. For the first time, all voters will be mailed a ballot. If California elections officials could drop a best case scenario for November, it would look a lot like what happened in Colorado and Utah just a week ago, voting centers with no lines, plenty of poll workers with ample protective gear and A record turnout for a state primary. Even during the pandemic that is Colorado's secretary of state, Jenna Griswald. Her state already sends every voter a ballot. But facing the increasing spread of covert 19 Griswold stepped up efforts to encourage voters to return their ballot in the male. The result was a rebuke to President Trump's claims that mail ballots will be a boon for Democratic voters. A higher percentage of Republicans cast a mail in ballot than Democrats. About 75% of voters in California already get a ballot in the mail. But Paul Gronke, director of the early Voting Information Center at Reed College, says California has a large number of voters. Who need language or registration assistance. It's a big reason why officials here are committed to offering in person options. So I think California officials are still adapting to try to figure out exactly how many voters are going to be appearing in person. Gronke says Mail ballots take longer to process process, which will likely require some additional patients from voters in November, and the Recording Academy announced this morning that it is donating $1 million to color of change on online racial justice organization. Academy says it's partnering with the group to promote positive social change in the music industry. The initiative includes a black music advisory group and AA membership campaign focused on driving new voting members, too. The academy Support for NPR comes from Magnolia Pictures and participant presenting John Lewis. Good Trouble, a new documentary portrait of the U. S congressmen whose story and actions have been elemental to the civil rights movement on demand now. And the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation supporting those working towards the day when no one has to choose between paying rent, putting food on the table and protecting their health and the health of others are w J f dot or GE. It's 4 35 On a Tuesday. It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington and I'm Elsa Chang in Los Angeles. Here in the US, we are closing in on three million cases of Corona virus. Australia, on the other hand, is approaching 9000 cases and yet its second largest city, Melbourne, is headed for another broad lock down starting Wednesday night. This new lock down was announced after a spike in cases there. It follows a more targeted and controversial lock down of a group of public housing towers imposed Saturday. Joining us now from Melbourne is Melissa Davey of the Guardian. Welcome. Hello. Hi. So I understand the lock down of those nine public housing towers on Saturday came after what a couple dozen new cases that were tied to the towers. I know that you've been talking to residents there. How was all of this communicated to them? For many off them. The first they realized that they were under lock down was when they went to go outside and were met with police. As the premier of Victoria announced this on Saturday, a TTE the very same time as he was giving a press conference about 500 police officers. We're going into these public housing buildings and around them to enforce the lock down. Now, In the days leading up to this other suburbs around Victoria had been placed into lock down. They were considered hot spots for the virus. But we were given warning. We were given about 24 hours notice and I'm living in one of these hot spots suburbs by the way, so we were also told that we can still go outside the exercise for fresh air. To get groceries and for medical needs very different Look down to what we're seeing in these public housing towers. It needs to be said that these public housing towers do have unique factors that make them ah, higher risk of infection spread. There's no doubt about that. They've bean likened to cruise ships where you have a lot of people in a very small space with shared corridors, said our elevators, But what's really being questioning? Question is the way this was carried out sending in police. First and then informing people as it was happening. Yeah, well, to be clear, then it sounds like you're answering this question. But people are literally not allowed to leave the buildings at all these these nine public housing towers. That's right. Not until the whole being tested now have been getting mixed reports from police so occasionally police they're letting them out for a bit of fresh air. But then they'll go out for fresh air and the next day and we told no you, no, let outside and the government really confined. I know that the government says that they're going to be providing meals, medical care, even a stipend for lost wages. Do you know of this is in fact happening. It is happening, but it's happening it sporadically and some people are having much easier access to food than others. We've had reports of people being given expired food these air, culturally and linguistically diverse communities, so some of the food being given isn't appropriate. Eso, For example, Muslim people being given pork is part of their three packages there. People living on their own with dementia, who, for example, are speaking to one woman whose grandmother is in the bill. Being now She only speaks She doesn't speak Australian..

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"In Corona virus cases. Health officials are hoping the free testing sites will help identify people who are spreading the infection so they can take steps to isolate themselves. Test results won't be available for 3 to 5 days, so people are urged to continue wearing masks and social distancing or toe isolate if they're already showing symptoms. The test sites will be open from 5 to 12 days, federal health officials say. If they're successful, this testing strategy could be extended to other mid sized cities where the Corona virus is on the rise. Richard Harris. NPR NEWS Oklahoma has reached a record number of New Cove in 19 cases. Jessica Gahler, her reports. The state has also been put on a quarantine list. A record number of 858 new Corona virus infections have been recorded in Oklahoma. Over the last 24 hours, according to health officials. There has also been a surgeon hospitalizations by more than 100 from the same time last week. New Jersey, New York and Connecticut are now requiring visitors from Oklahoma to quarantine for 14 days. Jessica Gahler, her reporting globally identified Covad. 19 cases are closing in on 12 million, With more than half a 1,000,000 known deaths on Wall Street. The Dow was down 3 96 This is NPR news. And you're listening to W. N. Y C in New York. I'm Jamie Floyd. Travelers from three additional states are now required to quarantine for two weeks when they enter New York, New Jersey or Connecticut. From Wushu in Connecticut, JD Alan Reports Delaware, Kansas and Oklahoma in the most recent additions to the travel advisory and now includes 19 states that have hi Corona virus INFECTION RATES. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says the tristate area wants to keep down their rates of Copan, 19 hospitalizations, cases and debts after several months of what he calls hell. New Yorkers who traveled to high infection states will also have to quarantine states will be removed from the quarantine list when their numbers improved. New York City is allowing 3000 childcare centers to reopen next week. But some operators say the city should have given them more notice. Andre Farrell is the director of the cat meant learning initiative. It's in bed Stuy. He says Today's decision from the Board of Health means they'll have to scramble to call staff and by sufficient amounts of personal protective equipment. No one's had time to prepare. We don't even know if the equipment that we're going to be using the right equipment that they want. Facilities will have to offer face coverings, perform daily health screenings and limit the number of Children per room. Toys and surfaces will also have to be sanitized. The city temporarily closed most child care centers back in April in the peak of the region's covert 19 outbreak. And in New Jersey polls close at eight. But what really matters is whether voters got their ballads postmarked since the overwhelming majority of them will be using vote by mail in this primary. A small amount of polling places were open to allow for voters to cast a provisional paper ballot 100. County clerk Mary Melfi says the day is going surprisingly well despite a large amount of confusion among voters in the lead up to this primary election. They thought there was calling places they didn't want to vote vote by mail. They wanted to go to the polling place. They didn't understand that there was no machines. They don't understand what a provisional ballot is..

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"It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Mary Louise Kelly. And I'm Elsa Chang coming up a founder of the say her name campaign on why the Black lives matter Movement should be more inclusive of black women. Black women have been killed in many of the same circumstances as their brothers, fathers and sons. That's ahead after these news headlines. Live from NPR News in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone. Almost three million Corona virus cases have now been recorded in the United States, according to researchers at Johns Hopkins University, With more than 131,000 deaths today, Texas surpassed 10,000 new Corona virus cases in one day, ah, symptom of the resurgence of the virus. The federal government has started a Corona virus testing blitz in three southern cities. NPR's Richard Harris reports officials plan to offer 5000 tests Today The testing is getting underway in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Edinburg, Texas, and Jacksonville, Florida. All three of these cities have had a surge in Corona virus cases. Health officials are hoping the free testing sites will help identify people who are spreading the infection so they can take steps to isolate themselves. Test results won't be available for 3 to 5 days, so people are urged to continue wearing masks and social distancing or toe isolate if they're already showing symptoms. The test sites will be open from 5 to 12 days, federal health officials say. If they're successful, this testing strategy could be extended to other mid sized cities where the Corona virus is on the rise. Richard Harris NPR news Oklahoma has reached a record number of new covert 19 cases. Jessica Gahler, her reports. The state has also been put on a quarantine list. A record number of 858 new Corona virus infections have been recorded in Oklahoma. Over the last 24 hours, according to health officials. There has also been a surgeon hospitalizations by more than 100 from the same time last week. New Jersey, New York and Connecticut are now requiring visitors from Oklahoma to quarantine for 14 days. Jessica Gullah, her reporting globally identified Covad. 19 cases are closing in on 12 million, With more than half a 1,000,000 known deaths on Wall Street. The Dow was down 3 96 This is NPR news. Live from the news. I'm terrorist. Siler. San Francisco was the first in the U. S to offer new parents working in the city fully paid family leave so they can bond with their Children. But a study released today raises questions about who benefits from the program. These Farida javelin Romero reports in 2017 San Francisco started requiring many businesses to cover the 30 to 40% of paid family leave not offered by the state, the study found. Lower income mothers were less likely to understand the benefits or be eligible. Because they worked for firms with less than 20 employees so not covered by the ordinance. Lead author Julia Goodman off Oregon Health and Science University, says the policy was intended to help low income parents but then some of the choices that were made in terms of who's eligible who's covered End up excluding those very workers. San Francisco City officials said they'll do more outreach, especially in non English speaking communities. On Freddy the javelin Romero K. Q. E D News he speak. Congressman Mark Sonja says he's making progress in his recovery from a near death experience with pneumonia. Today held telephone town hall meeting his first since leaving the hospital in May. The sunny says the recovery process has been frustrating. I am good. I am progressing. I am following instructions of my doctors, as many of you who know me that's sometimes difficult for some of seven The topic of the town hall was racial justice. Sonia said he's supportive of efforts to reallocate police funding, saying too much money has been spent on law enforcement to Sonia is.

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"New York Times. Live from NPR News in Culver City, California I'm due a holy site Hotel for the first time since World War two Major League Baseball is canceling its annual All Star game because of the Corona virus pandemic. The event was scheduled for July 14th Along with a week of All Star festivities. This year's host the Los Angeles Dodgers will get the next available opportunity to host the Midsummer Clams Classic. In 2022. Although the Canada U. S border's close to non essential travel, there are exemptions as Dan Carbon check reports those exemptions of her Americans who are traveling home to Alaska or to work. Their premier John Horgan says he's heard from community leaders across BC about Americans abusing the system. Reports of vehicles with US plates at popular tourist attractions. He is asking them if they're trying to get to Alaska. No one wants to impede their progress, but they should go there as quickly and directly as possible. Dan Carbon Chuck reporting. France has a new prime minister, part of a major government reshuffle. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports President Emmanuel Macron is looking for a new start to try to recover from the effects of the pandemic. Macron's new head of government is Jean cast Exa Loki technocrat responsible for bringing France step by step out of confinement in a strategy that's being hailed a success. The little known Cast Tex is also the conservative mayor of a small town in the Pyra knees cast hexes, replacing Eduard Philippe, who's been Macron's prime minister. Since 2017 and the beginning of his term reshuffling. His Cabinet is a French president's prerogative when he wants to change direction or start a new Macron wants a fresh start after the Corona virus. He's also shaking up his Cabinet to show he got the message of last week's municipal elections when a slew of environmentalist mayors were elected across the country. Eleanor Beardsley NPR News PARIS Wall Street is closed this Friday in observance of the Independents holiday in Europe. Markets dropped slightly following gains in Asia. This is NPR. After a week's long investigation. Oklahoma State University officials say there is no evidence of racism in the school's football program. Jessica Gahler, her reports. The school released a statement on its findings. Oklahoma State University athletic director Mike Holder says football coach Mike Gun date needs to build stronger relationships with his student athletes. But found no signs or indication of racism Holder statement comes after star running back Cuba Hubbard, who was black, called Gundy out on social media for wearing a T shirt with the one American News Network logo on it. A far right news channel has been critical of the Black lives matter Movement. Gundy, who was White, previously apologized while appearing in a video with Hubbard. The player said he might boycott the program. His tweet garnered support from current and past OS you players for NPR News. I'm Jessica Goodall, her in Oklahoma City. Latin America now has more than 2.7 million cases of Corona virus infections in Brazil. The Health Ministry is reporting almost 1.5 million confirmed cases since the start of the pandemic. Today. Almost 62,000 Brazilians have died from the Koven 19 virus, including a 14 month old girl in Rio de Janeiro. Arrow. Economists say more than half of that country's working age adults are now jobless. You are listening to NPR names from Culver City, California. I'm grateful for the silence of the ancestors. On the latest episode of Casey, R. W's Here be monsters. We talked to the rappers who are rebuilding Black Wall Street in Tulsa..

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"After a week's long investigation. Oklahoma State University officials say there is no evidence of racism in the school's football program. Jessica Gahler, her reports. The school released a statement on its findings. Oklahoma State University athletic director Mike Holder says football coach Mike Gun date needs to build stronger relationships with his student athletes. But found no signs or indication of racism Holder statement comes after star running back Cuba Hubbard, who was black, called Gundy out on social media for wearing a T shirt with the one American News Network logo on it. A far right news channel has been critical of the Black lives matter Movement. Gundy, who was White, previously apologized while appearing in a video with Hubbard. The player said he might boycott the program. His tweet garnered support from current and past OS you players

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03:28 min | Last month

"jessica gahler" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro and I married the Res Kelly. Next we remember actor director writer and mention Carl Reiner. He's another or even my mentor and good friend. But Possibly the best comedy writer who ever lived a man who helped define 20th century American comedy. First the news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone. Federal health officials told members of Congress today that hospitalization rates for covert 19 are going up in 12 states and the disease is not at all under control in the U. S. NPR's Richard Harris has more joining the CDC director and other health officials at a Senate hearing, Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease doctor, warned If the epidemic is being driven to new heights by people who aren't bothering to wear face coverings or to practice social distancing. We're now having 40 plus 1000 new cases a day. I would not be surprised if we go up to 100,000 day. If this does not turn around, and so I am very concerned, and the official case count significantly undercounts the true numbers, health authorities say. How she said, quote. We are heading in the wrong direction, so we really need to do something about that, and we need to do it quickly. Richard Harris NPR News Oklahoma has set a one day high for new Corona virus cases, bringing the total number there to at least 13,757. Jessica Gahler, her reports. The news comes as other states across the nation are also registering a spike. Many states across the South and west are seeing surges in new Corona virus infections. Oklahoma head a record number of new cases on Tuesday, Florida's number of cases has surpassed 100,000. Georgia in Houston have seen a spike and hospitalizations officials reluctance to wear face masks and the easing of restrictions influenced the uptick in cases, among other factors. Jessica Gahler, her reporting people from the United States have now been excluded from a list of nations whose citizens are to be permitted in the European Union starting in July. The S and P 500 scored his biggest quarterly percentage gain in more than two decades. Up 47 points. The Dow closed step 217. This is NPR Live from G Q. E D news. I mean it him. State workplace regulators have launched investigations into Koven, 19 outbreaks at two California prisons is Ted Goldberg report along with the thousands of people incarcerated at state prisons, who have tested positive for Corona virus. Hundreds of correctional employees have covered in 18 as well. A spokesman for the California Department of Industrial Relations, says Cal OSHA has launched probes into outbreaks at San Quentin State Prison in Marin County, as well as Turkle Walla Valley State Prison in Southern California. More than 150 workers at those sites have tested positive for covert 19 in recent weeks. The investigations focus on two employees have gotten sick. State officials declined to release more details about the probes. They were launched in the last two weeks and are expected to last six months. I'm Ted Goldberg News. Many Californians will likely face new Corona virus restrictions over the Fourth of July weekend. Governor Gavin Newsom says he'll announce new enforcement measures tomorrow, which could tighten stayed home orders or increased enforcement of the state's mask Wearing requirement with a focus on indoor activities. One of the areas of biggest concern is that relates to.

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"jessica gahler" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:25 min | Last month

"jessica gahler" Discussed on KCRW

"Told members of Congress today that hospitalization rates for covert 19 are going up in 12 states and the disease is not at all under control in the U. S. NPR's Richard Harris has more joining the CDC director and other health officials at a Senate hearing, Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease doctor, warned If the epidemic is being driven to new heights by people who aren't bothering to wear face coverings or to practice social distancing. We're now having 40 plus 1000 new cases a day. I would not be surprised if we go up to 100,000 day. If this does not turn around, and so I am very concerned, and the official case count significantly undercounts the true numbers, health authorities say. She said. Quote. We are heading in the wrong direction, so we really need to do something about that, and we need to do it quickly. Richard Harris NPR News Oklahoma has set a one day high for new Corona virus cases, bringing the total number there to at least 13,757. Jessica Gahler, her reports. The news comes as other states across the nation are also registering a spike. Many states across the South and west are seeing surges in new Corona virus infections. Oklahoma head a record number of new cases on Tuesday, Florida's number of cases has surpassed 100,000 Georgia in Houston have seen a spike and hospitalizations. Officials say reluctance to wear face masks and the easing of restrictions influenced the uptick in cases, among other factors. Jessica Gahler, her reporting people from the United States have now been excluded from list of nations whose citizens are to be permitted in the European Union starting in July. The S and P 500 scored his biggest quarterly percentage gain in more than two decades. Up 47 points. The Dow closed up 217. This is NPR. Man, This is Casey ar w want. Tuesday, June 30th. I'm Larry Parole. Here's what's happening at 5 32 Health officials are calling this Fourth of July weekend a make or break moment for the state's handling of the Corona virus. That is because many Californians eased their social restrictions around the Memorial Day weekend back in May. With a spike in cases. Governor Newsome says new restrictions could be announced tomorrow, the top concern that our health officers have when we surveyed them. Over the weekend family gatherings. What Mohr concern. Then, when we have moving into a weekend, where family gatherings are part of the tradition, Ella has already announced the closure of all public beaches, Piers, Public Beach parking lots and beach bike pants. That's for midnight Friday to five Monday morning. Fireworks displays are banned as well. L. A County Sheriff Alex being away. Ava says deputies will not enforce the beach order but instead focus on enforcing parking closures in traffic along PCH during the holiday weekend. You know, Eva says he was not consulted on beach closures. One person has been killed in dozens of homes destroyed after a wind driven wildfire race through a community in Imperial County. The fire erupted Sunday night in Niland, a small agricultural community on the eastern side of the Sultan See Cruz contain the fire yesterday and then stayed on the scene to extinguish hot spots. Fire officials say one body was recovered. The victim has not been identified. An island is a town of about 1000 people in one of the most impoverished areas of the state. The fire because of the fire under investigation, and today is the last day undocumented residents in California can apply for disaster relief through the state..

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"jessica gahler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:13 min | Last month

"jessica gahler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"AM 20 NPR News and the New York conversation. Live from NPR news in Culver City, California I'm doing police, I can tell there is a bitter divide in Congress over police reform Democrats today blocked a Republican led bill from moving ahead to a debate. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says there is no point to discussing the GOP bill. There is no conceivable way to rectify all of its many problems. It's not realistic. We can fix this bill even with a Siri's of amendments because they will require 60 votes. We won't get 60 on any of them. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says it's absurd that Democrats are refusing to allow even discussion of a police reform bill was recently as last week. Leading Democrats called it a live for death issue for the Senate to take up this subject this month. Well, here we are. We're ready to dress it. McConnell accuse Democrats of playing politics. The mayor of Oklahoma City, says there has been a dramatic increase in current virus infections and, as reported, Jessica Gahler tells us many of the cases are among young people. Oklahoma City officials say the uptick in infections is due to so called super spreader indoor events such as fitness classes, weddings, funerals, church events and hanging out in bars. Mayor David Hold emphasizes young people ages 18 to 50 are being affected by the virus and that they don't live in some sort of a bubble the mayor, adding that the age group is especially likely to spread the virus. Holt says that if hospitalizations rise as they have in the last few days, Oklahoma City will be forced to curtail re openings. Health officials say they have also seen an increase in recent cases across the state for NPR News. I'm Jessica Gallaher in Oklahoma City on Wall Street this Wednesday, The Dow closed down 710 points. The NASDAQ was down 222 points and the S and P 500 is down 80 points. This is NPR news. This is W in my sea in New York. I'm Sean Carlson. The winners of the closest primary races in New York state won't be known for weeks. That's after hundreds of thousands of absentee ballots are received and counted. Results from in person voting yesterday and early voting in the days before show a few potential surprises in the race for Congress in Westchester and Rockland County's lawyer, Mondale Jones has twice as many votes as the next candidate that's based on early and day of ballots. And in the 12th congressional district encompassing parts of Manhattan, Queens, and the Bronx. Incumbent Carolyn Maloney only has a narrow lead over challenger Suraj Patel. For more details on the primaries. You can check out everything at gothamist dot com. New Jersey's museums, bowling alleys and arcades. Another indoor reparation can reopen July 6th at 25% capacity. Governor Phil Murphy says movie theaters and nightclubs will remain close and Jim's can only open for individual appointments. As we open up, Mohr are risks go up. There's no question about that, and they go up in particular on the indoor stuff more than the outdoor stuff, and so just ask everybody. Please don't take your foot off the gas, social distance where face coverings. Murphy says he expects to see flare ups in Kobe 19 cases as the state reopens, he says 10 counties have seen a 50% increase in transmission rates over the last week, and officials are keeping close watch. Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams says young people are largely responsible for the increase in fireworks across the city lately, and he's urging adults to reach out to them instead of calling the police, Adam says as he tours the borough late at night to see who's been setting off fireworks, he keeps hearing the message about reducing police presence in communities. But he's also heard the call for police intervention to stop the fireworks. We can't send mixed signals, for God's sake. If we reform in the police and how police doing things, it's time for adults to get engaged with these young people. Adams is calling for transferring more NYPD responsibilities to civilians, particularly people of color to deal with quality of life complaints like fireworks. For the rest of.

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"jessica gahler" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"jessica gahler" Discussed on WLOB

"New fm at one hundred point five the richardson standing by with her she renewed stone is the morning on the lob lobster were it is six twenty three you're listening to one hundred point five fm thanks for joining us this morning if you're just waking up karen handel did win handily down in georgia's sixth district we will talk with bj williams news director for deputy a n d un skews may dun down a georgia 730 john w done that's right there we go karen handel got it done i love that that's very good debbie that's why we have you hear this very well done that's why i was clever very clever enough votes as clever i think jessica's clever jessica gal hers clever you know why because she can navigate the delay between my question to her voice you on the radio which is really cool jessica gahler's live in jerusalem at our middle east bureau fox news good morning jessica good morning jared kushner the president's advisers one of his advisors and also his soninlaw is meeting with bb netanyahu the prime minister of israel should say benjamin people get offended by calling me but you know we love the guy sell in know it's an affectionate term and the head of the palace then ends whose name escapes me at the moment attempting to broker a deal this is on the heels of the israelis starting new construction for the first time in since nineteen ninety in the west bank what can you tell us now you he back there me mathieu who here within the next couple of our really unclear pregnant come haven't laid out cream permadi even now he thinks it can brokered the opening up between the agrarian power on kushner come after president trump break here where netanyahu anna by her followup on the president meeting that he racked now arm we are cooled that kushner.

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