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"jim hawk" Discussed on KQED Radio

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

"jim hawk" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A Pakistan based militant group has claimed responsibility. For Thursday's suicide car-bomb in Kashmir a region that's divided between Indian and Pakistani control. It was the deadliest attack on Indian forces there in three decades in the past. India has retaliated with surgical strikes into Pakistan, so far it's withdrawn Pakistan's trade status and is trying to isolate Islamabad economically but Indian prime minister Narendra Modi who's running for re election, this spring said at a rally Saturday that anger. Is simmering and that all military options are on the table. Lauren fryer. NPR news Mumbai the archbishop of Boston says defrocking a former cardinal Theodore McCarrick is an important step for the Vatican. Administering Justice for mechanics crimes cardinal. Sean O'Malley issued a statement Saturday after the announcement that mccarey had been found guilty by the Vatican of sex abuse, including while hearing confession. Meanwhile, a Kansas diocese says the eighty eight year old will continue to live at a local fiery until a decision of permanent. Residents is finalized. My corrects lawyer says his client has no comment. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the skull foundation, working with social entrepreneurs innovators and funders to accelerate solutions to the world's most pressing problems both at home and abroad. Learn more at S K O L L dot org..

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House Democrats to pass piecemeal spending bills as next shutdown gambit

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House Democrats to pass piecemeal spending bills as next shutdown gambit

"Jim hawk shutdown talks between White House officials and congressional aides concluded Saturday without any hint of a major breakthrough acting chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, accusing Democrats of stalling but house speaker Nancy Pelosi announcing that House Democrats plan to start approving individual bills to reopen. Shuttered departments starting with the treasury

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"jim hawk" Discussed on NPR News Now

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04:53 min | 2 years ago

"jim hawk" Discussed on NPR News Now

"NPR podcasts are now available on every major platform checkout all our shows at NPR dot org slash podcasts. That's NPR dot org slash podcasts. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk Wayne officials and congressional staffers wrapped up talk Saturday without any apparent progress. Made on ending a partial government shutdown the staff members will try again on Sunday. NPR's Scott Horsely says the negotiators are searching for both clarification and room for some leeway. The president talk goes back and forth between saying he has to have five plus billion dollars to build the wall. And then in other moments saying, oh, the walls well under construction already so part of them go stations this weekend might be about trying to find a face saving way for the president to declare victory and then reopened the government. He also suggested he might use his executive authority to divert money for military accounts. Meanwhile, the office of personnel management is delaying pay raises for top administration officials as hundreds of thousands of federal workers are furloughed or working without pay despite President Trump's vowed to keep the partial government shutdown going for years unless he gets all of his. Wall. Funding NPR's, Ron Elving says some things have to be restored relatively soon, this shutdown cannot last for months or years because that would disrupt far far more than we've seen so far not only national parks or federal paychecks, but food stamps, which thirty eight million Americans depend on and the I R S think tax advice at this time of year and tax refunds tens of millions of Americans count on tax refund. Check, Ron Elving reporting. Senator Elizabeth Warren is finishing up her first trip to Iowa since announcing she was considering running for president in two thousand twenty as Iowa public radio's Klay masters reports the democrat from ASA -chusetts held multiple events on Saturday Senator Warren was pretty horse by the time. She got to her final event in Des Moines. The bad news is I've caught a cold. The good news is. Yeah. Nevertheless, I persist. Warren talked a lot about the federal government investing too much in America's wealthy and well-connected and called for big structural changes. In Washington, the economy and politics, Barbara Stroud was impressed. She came to the small town of storm lake. I'm actually surprised that Elizabeth Warren found found storm lake on on the map and his coming here. The first in the nation, Iowa caucuses are not until February third twenty twenty for NPR news. I'm claim masters in Des Moines in northern India. Six school children and their bus driver were killed as the vehicle rolled down gorge on a hilly road. Another twelve children were hospitalized with injuries. After the school bus skidded off the road. The cause of the accident is still being investigated around one hundred fifty thousand people die every year on India's roads often because of reckless driving badly maintain roads and vehicles overcrowded with passengers you're listening to NPR news in Washington. The family of Michigan man detained in Russia on espionage charges says the picture of him emerging in the media is not the person they know as WD E Quin clan. Fellow reports Paul Huilan's family says he is being unfairly tarnished by incidents in his past about a decade ago. Paul wheelin received a bad conduct discharge from the Marine Corps reserves for attempted larceny. He also has passports from three other countries. Besides the US Canada where he was born and Britain and Ireland where he has family ties, but his brother, David Whalen, says his sibling was in Moscow, simply to attend a friend's wedding, not as part of any cloak and dagger scheme Paul's background is sort of scoured for his activities, and and things like that four passports, we're worrying we'll lose sight on the fact that there's an American in a Russian jail who needs to be freed, David. Whalen says a family has been able to help his brother by toiletry items while in custody, and he's being provided with a Russian translator for. PR news. I'm Quin Klein filter in Detroit. Shooting at a Torrance, California. Bowling alley late Friday left three men dead and at least four people injured Dwayne Edwards. The father of one of the victim says an eyewitness was also killed that seed who did. Healed him too. Trying to get to the dudes diving shooting people, but he kept him because it appears that a brawl triggered the gunfire. Police are now looking at surveillance video to help them figure out what happened and identify a suspect. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington.

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Paradise Lost: Inside California's Camp Fire

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00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Paradise Lost: Inside California's Camp Fire

"And employees who live north of Anchorage are being encouraged to take today off her work from home if possible to reduce traffic schools have been closed until December tenth which should also reduce traffic. It was a slow post thanksgiving weekend at the box office where the animated film. Ralph breaks the internet remaining on top another animated flick. The Grinch came in second and creed to came in third. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the pajamagram company, offering twenty six matching holiday pajamas for the whole family, including cats and dogs with Snoopy Star Wars and Saint Nick themes in knits, fleece, and flannel. Learn more at pajamagram dot com.

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Five new Ebola cases confirmed in eastern Congo: health ministry

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05:00 min | 3 years ago

Five new Ebola cases confirmed in eastern Congo: health ministry

"Thirty teams from Maine to California, participated Saturday in the North American wife carrying championship the event at us. Ski resort in Maine, featured male competitors, completing two hundred seventy eight yard obstacle course while carrying a woman Jesse Wallin Christine Arsenault won the event for the second time, earning them another trip to participate in the world championship in Finland. The Houston Astros beat the Cleveland Indians three to one Saturday to take a two games to none AL division series lead the series resumes Monday in Cleveland. Meanwhile, the New York Yankees beat the Boston Red Sox, six to two Saturday night, evens up their best to five playoff series at one game each game three, his Monday night. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington. Support for this NPR podcast, and the following message come from the UPS store offering services from shredding to printing to mailboxes. And instead of closing this holiday, the UPS store is doing another ING altogether opening the UPS store every aimed for small business. And of course shipping.

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Details emerge about Border Patrol agent accused of killing 4 women in Texas

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Details emerge about Border Patrol agent accused of killing 4 women in Texas

"Are rising and rain continues to fall in parts of North Carolina. Some residents are returning home from member station w. UNC Jeff Tiberius reports from the town of Manav flood warnings and tornado watches, remain in effect for many counties here as there are still hundreds of thousands of people without power and the town of mount olive about an hour and a half north west of Wilmington. The rain has relented Ryan fields just returned home after evacuating to a friend's house with his wife and eighteen month old son. He actually did pretty good. We did lose power her house for about twenty four hours and he did okay, even entertain themselves. But the

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Trump administration to send U.S. cellphones a test alert on Thursday

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Trump administration to send U.S. cellphones a test alert on Thursday

"Storm. Florence is continuing to dump massive amounts of rain on the Carolinas with the storm related death toll rising to eleven NPR's Windsor Johnston reports, even though the storm has weakened flooding from the runoff is expected to worsen over the next several days. Many areas remained at risk for flash floods and dangerous storm surge as Florence continues at slow trek across the

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Kaepernick Thanks NFL Players For Taking a Knee in Protest

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Kaepernick Thanks NFL Players For Taking a Knee in Protest

"The n._f._l. regular season is underway and attention is back on how the football league will handle players who protest during the national anthem n._p._r.'s merit kennedy reports all the handful of players stood for the national anthem on sunday the issue has been front and center since colin kaepernick refused to stand during the national anthem in two thousand sixteen to protest the treatment of people of color since then the n._f._l. has struggled with how to handle the protests it eventually issued a policy that gave players the choice of either standing for the anthem on the field a remaining in the locker room some players said that limited their freedom of speech and the guidelines were officially put on hold in july and n._f._l. spokesperson said the league would not discipline players who don't adhere to that policy he says there's no timetable for reaching an agreement with the

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Washington, Hurricane Florence and Victoria Hansen discussed on KNX Programming

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01:06 min | 3 years ago

Washington, Hurricane Florence and Victoria Hansen discussed on KNX Programming

"Millions of people in the carolinas are keeping a close eye on the path of hurricane florence the third such storm to threaten the area in as many years south carolina public radio's victoria hansen says states of emergency have been declared from virginia to south carolina governor henry mcmasters asked the president for federal emergency declaration well before hurricane florence's arrival later this week her course uncertain but people along the charleston coast are certainly fed up after hurricanes matthew and irma not to mention the stork two thousand fifteen floods here's the governor the hurricane could come in down in jasper county around around savannah i'll go all the way up to up to maryland anyway in between so we don't know what's going to happen what the governor does now is heavy rain and strong winds are most likely headed our way that's

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Congo Republic says to launch vaccination drive after yellow fever outbreak

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Congo Republic says to launch vaccination drive after yellow fever outbreak

"Has arrived in Israel as NPR's. Daniel estrin reports from Jerusalem Day is being criticized for his human rights record and the comment he made about the holocaust Detaille in Israel on a four day visit with senior government ministers, he's meeting as Rayleigh. Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu visiting to holocaust memorials and reportedly viewing and Isreaeli weapons display Israeli human rights activists are protesting his visit in two thousand sixteen compared himself to Hitler in describing his war on drugs and later apologized. Human Rights Watch says, do taste forces have killed thousands in his drug crackdown. Israel's foreign ministry declined comment on the criticism. Overdue taste, visit. Israel says the two countries have robust cooperation on security and combating terrorism. Daniel estrin NPR news Jerusalem,

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ASD may increase depression risk

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ASD may increase depression risk

"A new study finds that young adults with autism spectrum disorders are at high risk of depression and John Hamilton reports on research that appears in the journal Jaama network open. The steady looked at more than two hundred thousand young people in Sweden. It found that nearly twenty percent of those diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders also had been diagnosed with depression. By the time they turned twenty-seven. In contrast, depression was diagnosed in just six percent of young people who did not have autism. Previous studies have found that depression is common among at lessons with autism. The new findings suggest that they're elevated risk continues into adulthood. Several studies have also shown that people with autism are more likely to think about suicide. The authors of the new study, say the results show that health professionals need to look for signs of depression in young people with autism spectrum disorders. John Hamilton,

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"jim hawk" Discussed on KQED Radio

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02:29 min | 3 years ago

"jim hawk" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington Support, for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include lifelock lifelock with Norton works. To help protect identities and the information on devices from cybercriminals learn more at lifelock dot com and. The Kresge foundation Ed Kresge dot org Welcome to let know USA I might gain. Hossen and today our producer Sarah give is gonna take us on a journey to untangle. The story of his long lost family and we should mention that, parts of this story might be disturbing for some of our listeners seniors. Going gonna pick up the story from here Then after that, after Shane certainly she gave Andrea A family wedding, it's. The. First one I've ever been days aid, FAFSA, perfect, I'm surrounded. By a small, crowd cousins, aunts uncles my family Only just met for, the, first, time yesterday And my girls My mom left home as a teenager and. Never went back so I never knew her family and my father was out of the picture before. I was born so, until this moment the only family I've ever known was my brother. And my mom I've always belonged to the small corner of the world. That we shared just the. Three of us my family tree has always been the single splinter I'm here. At this wedding because if someone who's not here Someone who. I've never met and we'll. Never meet her name is Alicia she should've been my grandmother But. Instead she's a, stranger like nearly everyone next to me waiting to. Walk the isle before the bride she's my family. And I'm only now. Getting to know her story.

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The Latest: Turkish leader says country under economic siege

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The Latest: Turkish leader says country under economic siege

"Turkey's president, says the falling Turkish currency is a plot against the country NPR's Peter Kenyon says Turkey remains defiant amid increase sanctions from Washington the. Trump administration doubled sanctions on Turkish steel and aluminum as Ankara refuses to release a USO pastor. Facing charges in a Turkish court speaking in Trabzon near the Black. Sea air to. One says the rate fluctuations in the Turkish there can't be explained by. Logic and reveal a plot against Turkey Washington wants pastor Andrew Brunson, returned to the US along with other Americans held by Turkey the government moved Brunson from, prison to house arrest in western Turkey but US, officials continued to demand his return Peter Kenyon NPR news

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Saudi Arabia expels Canadian ambassador over criticism of arrests

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04:18 min | 3 years ago

Saudi Arabia expels Canadian ambassador over criticism of arrests

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk the second week of testimony in the Paul. Manafort trial begins today NPR's Windsor Johnston reports the former Trump campaign chairman is facing more than a dozen tax and Bank fraud charges that trial will resume today with the defense team's cross examination of manafort's former accountants, Cindy LaPorta, who was granted immunity in exchange for her cooperation. She testified last week that she went along with falsifying manafort's tax records. The court is also expected to hear from manafort's, longtime business partner, Rick gates, this week, gates pleaded guilty in February two, lying to investigators and agreed to cooperate with prosecutors as part of his plea deal. Manafort is facing eighteen counts of Bank and tax fraud and could spend the rest of his life in prison. If convicted Windsor Johnston, NPR news, Washington, a sharp diplomatic. Squabble between. Canada and Saudi Arabia as. Dan carpenter reports the Saudis have accused Canada of interfering. In their internal affairs and have ordered the Canadian ambassador to leave the country Saudi Arabia says. It is also suspending any new trade with Canada behind the. Diplomatic quarrel is Ottawa's insistence at the Saudis release jailed civil rights activists the kingdom has already recalled its own ambassador in Ottawa and given the Canadian diplomat twenty four hours to leave Saudi Arabia Canada's department of global, affairs had, said it was gravely concerned about the arrests in. The kingdom including the detention of activist and blogger rift Badawi his wife. And children live in Quebec in a statement the, Saudi foreign ministry, said it, will not, accept any form of interfering in, the country's internal affairs and sees Ottawa's position as an attack which requires a firm. Response for NPR news I'm Dan carpenter talking Toronto the US ambassador to Bangladesh has escaped unharmed after her convoy. Came under attack in, the capital, Dhaka, NPR's Mara Kennedy Reports the US embassies has. Armed men attacked the ambassadors convoyed some of the assailants were on motorcycles all diplomatic personnel are safe the, embassy says though two of the cars were damaged this happened at the same time as. Ten student protests, in Dhaka after two young people were mowed down and killed by bus last week the demonstrators are pushing for safer roads and tighter traffic, regulations the government is trying to convince the. Students to go home and. Over the weekend police fired tear gas at the crowd. Dozens of students have been reported injured Mary Kennedy NPR news A powerful earthquake struck the. Indonesian tourist island of Lombok on Sunday killing at least eighty two people and shaking neighboring Bali one week after another quake on. Lombard killed, more than a dozen people hundreds of others were reported injured. In the magnitude seven point o. quake which struck Sunday evening Lombok island was already working to recover from the magnitude six. Point four quake on July twenty ninth, this is, NPR news In Japan the city of Hiroshima has marked the seventy third anniversary of the nineteen forty five atomic bombing the US. Attack killed one hundred forty thousand people in Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombing killed seventy thousand three days. Later the anniversary comes amid hopes to denuclearize North Korea after its pledge to do so at the. Singapore summit in June Cincinnati high school teacher has set a, record for rowing across the North Atlantic Ocean alone in the shortest amount of time Larry Miller reports Bryce Carlson is also the first American to complete the journey. Biology teacher Bryce Carlson landed in the isles of silly. Off the southwest English coast thirty. Eight days six hours and forty nine minutes after setting off from Saint John's Newfoundland Carlson beat the previous record by around fifteen, days Carlson's, twenty foot boat was. Filled with technology that kept him on a straight course and informed about weather conditions but he. Says a capsized more. Than a dozen times Carlson also says he survived hurricane Chris feel like I had a lot of luck along the way and a lot of help a lot of help from friends my family the community From some higher power. I dunno Carlson says is focused now is to be a more mentally and emotionally attentive teacher and coach for NPR news I'm, Larry Miller, in London With a..

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Temperature records that stood for four decades are falling in Europe

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04:47 min | 3 years ago

Temperature records that stood for four decades are falling in Europe

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk the government in Venezuela says that President, Nicolas Maduro has survived. An assassination attempt carried out by drones, armed with explosives reporter. John Otis has more my doodle was addressing national guard troops at an outdoor event in Caracas when the attack occurred. In short video of Madonna's speech in explosion can be heard. Then hundreds of troops can be seen running for cover a government spokesman called it. An assassination attempt carried out by armed drones and that seven soldiers were injured my doodo who was unharmed blamed the attack on far-right factions in Venezuela as well as on the us and Colombian governments. But amid hyper inflation and food shortages, whether to socialist government is deeply unpopular and his put down several recent co attempts by the Venezuelan military for NPR news. I'm John Otis, Europe continues to experience scorching temperatures in decades. Old records are falling from Brussels. Teri Schultz reports the heat wave is threatening life and land, Europe's record high temperature of one hundred eighteen point. Four degrees Fahrenheit was reached in Greece in nineteen seventy seven so far this summer Portugal has seen one hundred and fifteen degrees and may not have peak. Thiet tourists are being warned to stay out of the sun and emergency services are on alert. Dutch authorities have had to close some parts of highways where the asphalt has melted Sweden has experienced a record. Hot July is highest mountain which is topped by glacier dropped thirteen feet last month, and may soon become just the second tallest peak in Finland, where August temperatures average in the mid sixties. People are sweltering in eighty six degrees, most homes don't have air-conditioning. So a grocery store there has made room for one hundred customers to stay the night for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels, tens of thousands of Israelis rallied until Aviv to protest. The new Israeli law they say, discriminates against religious minorities. The protest was led by the Druze Arab minority is NPR's. Daniel estrin reports. Protesters from the Druze community chanted equality, equality in Tel Aviv's main square. There were just a few tens of thousands of jerus- era of citizens in Israel. They profess loyalty to Israel and are drafted to the army. The community's spiritual leader said at the rally, we see ourselves as part of the country. Our country doesn't see us as equals Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu is defending the new law that prioritises investments in Jewish communities and towns. He says, minority rights are honored. He's offered new laws to give benefits to drew citizens. But Drew's representatives say they want the controversial law changed to enshrine equality for the country's minorities, including Muslims and Christians, which are about a fifth of Israel's population. Daniel estrin NPR news Tel Aviv. This is NPR. Chinese authorities are demolishing the studio of China's most famous dissident artists. I way way as NPR Shannon von San reports. The Beijing studio has been his primary workspace in China, Chinese authorities, often target artists neighborhoods in Beijing for demolition because they are hubs for political dissent. And because the land is valuable. I has criticized the Chinese government on a range of issues from human rights to corruption and twenty eleven. He was detained for tax evasion charges. He says, were politically motivated after that the Chinese government took away his passport, preventing him from travel outside the country. When thirties returns his passport in two thousand fifteen, I moved to Germany. And since then he has shifted the focus of his art to refugees, Shannon, Vincent NPR news, Asia's top diplomats, press North Korea on Saturday to follow through on a pledge to completely dismantle its nuclear arsenal. Amid concerns that it's proceeding with missile building and. Other programs, but North Korea's, foreign minister told the Asian security forum in Singapore that the US isn't helping by maintaining sanctions against the north. First lady Melania Trump stepped away from her husband's criticism of NBA star, LeBron James to compliment as work on behalf of children and even offered to visit his school for at risk children. MRs Trump spokeswoman said in a statement, Saturday, that quote, LeBron James is working to do good things on behalf of our next generation statements tone was in stark contrast to a tweet by President Trump sent late Friday night. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington support for this NPR podcast, and the following message come from Comcast business from their fast, reliable internet

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Famed Chinese artist posts video of authorities destroying his studio

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04:47 min | 3 years ago

Famed Chinese artist posts video of authorities destroying his studio

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk the government in Venezuela says that President, Nicolas Maduro has survived. An assassination attempt carried out by drones, armed with explosives reporter. John Otis has more my doodle was addressing national guard troops at an outdoor event in Caracas when the attack occurred. In short video of Madonna's speech in explosion can be heard. Then hundreds of troops can be seen running for cover a government spokesman called it. An assassination attempt carried out by armed drones and that seven soldiers were injured my doodo who was unharmed blamed the attack on far-right factions in Venezuela as well as on the us and Colombian governments. But amid hyper inflation and food shortages, whether to socialist government is deeply unpopular and his put down several recent co attempts by the Venezuelan military for NPR news. I'm John Otis, Europe continues to experience scorching temperatures in decades. Old records are falling from Brussels. Teri Schultz reports the heat wave is threatening life and land, Europe's record high temperature of one hundred eighteen point. Four degrees Fahrenheit was reached in Greece in nineteen seventy seven so far this summer Portugal has seen one hundred and fifteen degrees and may not have peak. Thiet tourists are being warned to stay out of the sun and emergency services are on alert. Dutch authorities have had to close some parts of highways where the asphalt has melted Sweden has experienced a record. Hot July is highest mountain which is topped by glacier dropped thirteen feet last month, and may soon become just the second tallest peak in Finland, where August temperatures average in the mid sixties. People are sweltering in eighty six degrees, most homes don't have air-conditioning. So a grocery store there has made room for one hundred customers to stay the night for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels, tens of thousands of Israelis rallied until Aviv to protest. The new Israeli law they say, discriminates against religious minorities. The protest was led by the Druze Arab minority is NPR's. Daniel estrin reports. Protesters from the Druze community chanted equality, equality in Tel Aviv's main square. There were just a few tens of thousands of jerus- era of citizens in Israel. They profess loyalty to Israel and are drafted to the army. The community's spiritual leader said at the rally, we see ourselves as part of the country. Our country doesn't see us as equals Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu is defending the new law that prioritises investments in Jewish communities and towns. He says, minority rights are honored. He's offered new laws to give benefits to drew citizens. But Drew's representatives say they want the controversial law changed to enshrine equality for the country's minorities, including Muslims and Christians, which are about a fifth of Israel's population. Daniel estrin NPR news Tel Aviv. This is NPR. Chinese authorities are demolishing the studio of China's most famous dissident artists. I way way as NPR Shannon von San reports. The Beijing studio has been his primary workspace in China, Chinese authorities, often target artists neighborhoods in Beijing for demolition because they are hubs for political dissent. And because the land is valuable. I has criticized the Chinese government on a range of issues from human rights to corruption and twenty eleven. He was detained for tax evasion charges. He says, were politically motivated after that the Chinese government took away his passport, preventing him from travel outside the country. When thirties returns his passport in two thousand fifteen, I moved to Germany. And since then he has shifted the focus of his art to refugees, Shannon, Vincent NPR news, Asia's top diplomats, press North Korea on Saturday to follow through on a pledge to completely dismantle its nuclear arsenal. Amid concerns that it's proceeding with missile building and. Other programs, but North Korea's, foreign minister told the Asian security forum in Singapore that the US isn't helping by maintaining sanctions against the north. First lady Melania Trump stepped away from her husband's criticism of NBA star, LeBron James to compliment as work on behalf of children and even offered to visit his school for at risk children. MRs Trump spokeswoman said in a statement, Saturday, that quote, LeBron James is working to do good things on behalf of our next generation statements tone was in stark contrast to a tweet by President Trump sent late Friday night. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington support for this NPR podcast, and the following message come from Comcast business from their fast, reliable internet

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Explosions at Venezuelan president's speech were attempted attack, government says

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04:47 min | 3 years ago

Explosions at Venezuelan president's speech were attempted attack, government says

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk the government in Venezuela says that President, Nicolas Maduro has survived. An assassination attempt carried out by drones, armed with explosives reporter. John Otis has more my doodle was addressing national guard troops at an outdoor event in Caracas when the attack occurred. In short video of Madonna's speech in explosion can be heard. Then hundreds of troops can be seen running for cover a government spokesman called it. An assassination attempt carried out by armed drones and that seven soldiers were injured my doodo who was unharmed blamed the attack on far-right factions in Venezuela as well as on the us and Colombian governments. But amid hyper inflation and food shortages, whether to socialist government is deeply unpopular and his put down several recent co attempts by the Venezuelan military for NPR news. I'm John Otis, Europe continues to experience scorching temperatures in decades. Old records are falling from Brussels. Teri Schultz reports the heat wave is threatening life and land, Europe's record high temperature of one hundred eighteen point. Four degrees Fahrenheit was reached in Greece in nineteen seventy seven so far this summer Portugal has seen one hundred and fifteen degrees and may not have peak. Thiet tourists are being warned to stay out of the sun and emergency services are on alert. Dutch authorities have had to close some parts of highways where the asphalt has melted Sweden has experienced a record. Hot July is highest mountain which is topped by glacier dropped thirteen feet last month, and may soon become just the second tallest peak in Finland, where August temperatures average in the mid sixties. People are sweltering in eighty six degrees, most homes don't have air-conditioning. So a grocery store there has made room for one hundred customers to stay the night for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels, tens of thousands of Israelis rallied until Aviv to protest. The new Israeli law they say, discriminates against religious minorities. The protest was led by the Druze Arab minority is NPR's. Daniel estrin reports. Protesters from the Druze community chanted equality, equality in Tel Aviv's main square. There were just a few tens of thousands of jerus- era of citizens in Israel. They profess loyalty to Israel and are drafted to the army. The community's spiritual leader said at the rally, we see ourselves as part of the country. Our country doesn't see us as equals Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu is defending the new law that prioritises investments in Jewish communities and towns. He says, minority rights are honored. He's offered new laws to give benefits to drew citizens. But Drew's representatives say they want the controversial law changed to enshrine equality for the country's minorities, including Muslims and Christians, which are about a fifth of Israel's population. Daniel estrin NPR news Tel Aviv. This is NPR. Chinese authorities are demolishing the studio of China's most famous dissident artists. I way way as NPR Shannon von San reports. The Beijing studio has been his primary workspace in China, Chinese authorities, often target artists neighborhoods in Beijing for demolition because they are hubs for political dissent. And because the land is valuable. I has criticized the Chinese government on a range of issues from human rights to corruption and twenty eleven. He was detained for tax evasion charges. He says, were politically motivated after that the Chinese government took away his passport, preventing him from travel outside the country. When thirties returns his passport in two thousand fifteen, I moved to Germany. And since then he has shifted the focus of his art to refugees, Shannon, Vincent NPR news, Asia's top diplomats, press North Korea on Saturday to follow through on a pledge to completely dismantle its nuclear arsenal. Amid concerns that it's proceeding with missile building and. Other programs, but North Korea's, foreign minister told the Asian security forum in Singapore that the US isn't helping by maintaining sanctions against the north. First lady Melania Trump stepped away from her husband's criticism of NBA star, LeBron James to compliment as work on behalf of children and even offered to visit his school for at risk children. MRs Trump spokeswoman said in a statement, Saturday, that quote, LeBron James is working to do good things on behalf of our next generation statements tone was in stark contrast to a tweet by President Trump sent late Friday night. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington support for this NPR podcast, and the following message come from Comcast business from their fast, reliable internet

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Hamas and Israel ceasefire talks

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05:17 min | 3 years ago

Hamas and Israel ceasefire talks

"Not also the dipping unemployment rate has made it harder for some manufacturers to fill open jobs. There are very few employees available to hire right now and those that don't have jobs either don't want them or are not hire those stories after this news. Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jim hawk in south western. Virginia residents of one hundred fifty homes remain evacuated as thority check out a rain-swollen damn to Mitchell Lindbergh's director. Of water resources says the dam is currently stable but he's asking, people who were evacuated to stay out of their. Homes until there's dry weather we want to get past this weather, system is coming up before we allow people to return to their homes but once we get past. That, and determine the dam is safe we will prevail out of an abundance of caution we will be providing a twenty four hour seven day a week continuous monitoring of the dam just. To. Be sure that it's safe out of an abundance of potion again the college lake dam began overflowing Thursday when heavy rain swept through the region. In Gaza the Islamic group HAMAs says it's holding high level talks about a possible cease fire with Israel NPR's Daniel estrin says it's aimed at ending months of Violence HAMAs says it's holding a major meeting of its. Political leadership in Gaza including some leaders who are based in other parts of the region indicating the seriousness of. The talks a HAMAs website says Egypt has brokered efforts to reach, a ceasefire with Israel it's also attempting a reconciliation. Between HAMAs and the rival Palestinian Authority government in the West Bank, and trying to ease Gaza's humanitarian crisis which includes water and electricity shortages Israeli officials said Prime Minister. Benjamin, Netanyahu cancelled a trip abroad he's reportedly discussing the talks with his cabinet Sunday meanwhile there were renewed Palestinian protests at, the fence separating Gaza and Israel Palestinian health officials say Israeli troops. Killed. At least one Palestinian Daniel estrin NPR news Jerusalem A federal judge in New York. City has dismissed to lawsuits against Fox. News channel over its botched coverage of the death of a young, Democratic Party staffer named Seth, rich as NPR's David. Folkenflik reports, the judge said the plaintiffs failed the state of valid. Legal claim FOX's story alleged that, an FBI, source and a private investigator working on the case had found evidence Richard been linked to the leaking of Democratic Party emails during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign and suggested his death might. Be related to the, leaks the private investigator is rod Wheeler he'd been hired. By Dallas investment manager intent on rebutting official findings that Russia had the emails hacked to help candidate Donald Trump Wheeler sued saying FOX, put words in his mouth FOX. Withdrew the story, after an, outcry the, judge said Wheeler could. Not avoid his own role in quote perpetuating a. Politically, motivated story not having any basis in fact the judge dismissed the second lawsuit by, Seth, rich parents they intend to appeal David Folkenflik NPR news New, York On Wall Street Friday stocks closed, up after a solid jobs, report the s&p five. Hundred index, gained thirteen points the Dow climbed one hundred thirty six. The NASDAQ composite up nine points, this is, NPR news Houston's police chief says. A man accused of killing one of former President George h.w Bush doctors killed himself when confronted by police, authorities say sixty two year old Joseph James Pappas died from a single self inflicted shot. Friday morning he'd been the subject of an intense manhunt since July twentieth the pro football. Hall of fame in canton Ohio will. Enshrine eight new members on Saturday from member station w. k. SU Kabeer body I reports it's a class that's. Generated interest both on and off the field wide receiver Terrell Owens will not, be in canton for, this year ceremony citing a perceived lack of respect for having to wait till his third year of eligibility Ray Lewis Welby there. Honored for an impressive seventeen seasons with the Baltimore Ravens but during his career he also pleaded guilty to obstruction of Justice in connection with the. Stabbing deaths of two men during a Super Bowl after party the senior committee this year selected. Jerry Kramer who played for the Green. Bay Packers team that won the. First two Super Bowls Robert doctor doom Brazil rounding out this year's class are linebacker Brian. Urlacher receiver Randy moss defensive back Brian. Dawkins and executive Bobby Beth for NPR news I'm Kabeer Bhatia in canton Ohio eight places in Portugal broke local. Temperature records Friday as a wave of heat from North Africa swept across the, Iberian peninsula forecasters are, predicting the scorching temperatures could get even worse over the weekend temperatures built to one hundred thirteen degrees Friday and many inland areas. Of Portugal and we're expected the top one hundred sixteen degrees in some places on Saturday I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington Support for. NPR comes from the Lemelson foundation committed to improving lives through invention in the US and in developing countries and working to inspire and enable the next, generation of inventors more information is available at Lemelson dot org and the Robert. Wood Johnson foundation at RWJF dot org.

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Hurricane Maria’s death toll in Puerto Rico topped 1100, a new study says

Radio Specials

04:38 min | 3 years ago

Hurricane Maria’s death toll in Puerto Rico topped 1100, a new study says

"I Randall white from capital public radio in Sacramento. I, the news live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk as Republicans rushed to confirm judge Brett Cavin onto the supreme court by early October NPR's, Nina totenberg reports. Democrats say they're skirting provisions of the presidential records act and national archives has notified the Senate Judiciary committee that it will be October before it's able to finish even part of its review of Kavanagh's records while he served in the George W Bush White House. While Republican leaders said they still plan to go ahead with September. Hearings on the cavenaugh nomination Democrats accused the GOP of a scheme to get around the presidential. Records law a law. That requires career archivists to screen documents for privileged or classified, material instead. Under the current plan private lawyers representing President Bush will do the screening and some of those lawyers also represent top current and former. Trump administration officials in the. Russia investigation Nina totenberg NPR news Washington it now. Looks, likely that Paul manafort's former business partner will. Testify and as Bank and tax fraud trial as NPR's miles parks reports Rick gates is cooperating with investigators, about a previous. Statement made by prosecutors put his testimony in doubt it was a small statement but when prosecutors said gates may testify or he may not it's sent reporters dashing from the courtroom it turns out that may have been an overreaction prosecutors now say they have every. Intention and calling gates to testify and clarified they're just constantly just Getting their witness list as the trial continues gates has been considered the. Government's key witness he was manafort's right hand man during the time prosecutors say, the former Trump campaign chairman evaded taxes and lied to banks to get loans. Manafort's defense lawyers however say, was actually gates who committed the crimes and they. Say he's line investigation covers tracks it's unclear when gates would take the stand for prosecutors said they hoped to rest their, case, by the end of next week miles parks NPR news the Trump administration has unveiled its plan to relax fuel-efficiency rules and strip states. Of the ability to enact tougher standards California attorney general heavier Bezerra vows, to continue a legal challenge. We want cars to be, more efficient itchy insane to think that it is good for, families to make cars less efficient officials. In the Trump administration claim their actions would make autos. More, affordable and that would make roads safer because more people would be. Driving newer cars with Latest safety features apple is the world's first publicly traded. Company to have, a market value of one trillion dollars or. In another hard to fathom number one, thousand billion dollars the achievement seemed unimaginable in nineteen Ninety-seven when apple teetered on the edge of bankruptcy with its stock, trading for less than one dollar and, its market value dropping below two billion dollars you're listening to NPR news in Washington A study of death certificates in, Puerto Rico. Is suggesting that more than a thousand, people were killed last year in the wake of hurricane Maria NPR's Richard Harris reports. It's the latest estimate of told that's varied widely the massive hurricane that swept across the United. States, territory nearly a year ago did a huge amount of damage caused many injuries but it's been hard to pin down a death toll the government of Puerto Rico still pegs the, official death, toll at, sixty four though. They acknowledged that's an underestimate in may scientists reported the results of a survey they concluded anywhere from, eight hundred to. Eight thousand people died as a result of the hurricane now researchers who have studied death records to the island counted about eleven. Hundred more deaths than normally. Occur in the months following the store that figure is reported in the journal JAMA Richard Harris NPR news secretary of state Mike Pompeo is in Malaysia on his way to Singapore for. Talks expected to focus on North Korea Bombayo was meeting Friday with Malaysia's prime minister before heading to Singapore for a regional security forum in which, North Korea's, foreign minister, is also set. To participate the meeting comes amid signs that North Korea is continuing to produce long range ballistic missiles A man from New York state has been arrested for leaving. Threatening messages with two house GOP leaders including Louisiana Representative Steve Scalise seriously wounded in two thousand seventeen when a gunman attacked a Republican baseball practice the suspect sixty three year old Carlos Bayan faces. A federal charge of making..

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Unlikely allies? Italian PM Giuseppe Conte meets Donald Trump

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04:53 min | 3 years ago

Unlikely allies? Italian PM Giuseppe Conte meets Donald Trump

"Authorities say a second firefighter has been, killed while battling the huge Ferguson wildfire near Yosemite national park and. The death toll and the massive car wildfire near reading has now risen to six. Those are just two of the major fires burning across the state they're seventeen major fires. Going currently in. California with over two hundred thousand acres currently burning which is left the state resources really taxed and fire incident commander, Rick young says more than twelve thousand. Firefighters from around the country are helping battle, the blazes Italy's new prime minister. Meets President Trump at the White House today as NPR Sylvia. Pohjola reports the visit is seen. As a sign of growing friendship between Trump and the leader of Europe's I fully populist government making his debut on the global. Stage at the recent g seven summit. In Canada prime minister, Giuseppe Coon too impressed president trump who called him a really great guy at home content is overshadowed by his two deputies the leaders of the hard-right league and the anti-establishment five star movement their government is challenging italy's e you partners with harsh anti-migrant measures and pro-russia policies as well as raising doubts whether italy will remain in the euro-zone positions likely to be embraced by trump sylvia pohjola reporting from rome it's now been one year since the credit reporting agency equifax uncovered one of the worst data breaches in history exposing the personal information of millions of consumers n._p._r.'s amy held reports the company has largely returned to business as usual one hundred and forty seven million consumers had their personal information compromised after hackers accessed names birthdates and social security numbers and despite dozens of investigations and hundreds of lawsuits no penalties have been imposed on the company which operates in some two dozen country Stories Ed Moore's Wenski with consumer advocacy group. US perk recommends people. Continue to freeze their credit until they are sure. They are safe equifax, was so big it's very probable that some of the identity theft, occurring right now is because. Of the equifax hack last month equifax entered into, an agreement with financial regulators from eight states to boost security Amy held NPR news President Trump is again playing. The government shutdown card vowing not to, sign a budget Bill unless he gets full funding for an expanded border wall but appearing. On ABC's this week. Republican congressman Steve stivers of Ohio was playing down the chance of a shutdown as the November election nears I. Think we're gonna make sure we keep the government open but we're gonna get. Better policies on immigration Congress has given the president some wall. Funding but fire from the twenty five billion dollars he has, requested you're listening to NPR news in Washington The Oklahoma priest who was killed in one. Thousand nine hundred eighty one by Guatemala's. Military during the long civil war is closer to being sainted by the Catholic church as Maria Martin reports the. American was remembered over the weekend Stanley broker is now known in the Catholic church is blessed Stanley, Roper since he was declared beatified last September that's one step towards sainthood masses and other celebrations are taking place in his home state of. Oklahoma and also in the indigenous village of Santiago at plan in what. The mullahs where the church he pastored has become a place of pilgrimage so has the adjoining living quarters where the priests was shot to death it's now. A chapel full of flowers and burning candles and photos of. The martyred priest who decided to stay in San Diego even after receiving death threats he said a shepherd, doesn't abandoned his flock for NPR news I'm. Marie Martin in. Antigua Guatemala fire officials in Greece Ray As the death toll from a wildfire that raged. Through a coastal area east of Athens to Ninety-one they also reported that twenty five people were missing, Sunday six days after Europe's deadliest forest fire and more than a century the death toll from Australia earthquake that struck Indonesia's popular tourist island. Of Lombok has risen to fourteen with more than one hundred sixty others. Injured the quake damaged more than a thousand homes and was felt in nearby Bali where no damage or casualties were reported US Geological Survey says the magnitude. Six point four quake struck at a relatively shallow depth of. Four point four miles I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington Support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the National Endowment for the arts the federal agency that's. Imports the arts and creativity in communities across, the nation more information is available at arts dot gov and, the listeners. Who support this in the our station.

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U.S. Treasury's Mnuchin says he sees at least 3 percent growth for next 4-5 years

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05:16 min | 3 years ago

U.S. Treasury's Mnuchin says he sees at least 3 percent growth for next 4-5 years

"Powerful man brought down by accusations of sexual harassment and assault. The description of what he did to them was exactly what he did to me. We take a closer look. At one of these stories and ask a simple question why now first this news Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jim hawk the deadly northern California wildfire. That is forced tens of. Thousands of people, to flee their homes slowed down Sunday after days of explosive growth but Cal fire deputy chief Brett Gavia says the fire is fire from contained. The fire does continue to grow on us in some remote inaccessible areas were making our way into those areas. The positive thing about that is that we are out away from many of the residents structures and. Critical infrastructure the, so-called car fire has now consumed one hundred thirty nine, square miles. Of land in northern California meanwhile officials said a. Second firefighter died fighting a huge boys near Yosemite national park there are currently seventeen major. Fires, burning, in California Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says he believes the US economy will continue. To see, strong growth, for the next several years NPR's merit Kennedy reports second quarter growth came in at four point one percent the latest growth rate is the highest one in nearly. Four years and on Fox News Sunday Treasury. Secretary Steven Mnuchin, said to expect more of the same we can only project a couple of years in the future but I think we're well on this. Path for several years he. Predicted four or, five years of sustained three percent growth many economists are sceptical that current rates will continue though Federal Reserve officials told congress this month that they. Project GDP growth rates of under three percent next year and lower in twenty twenty and the ongoing trade fight. Also has the potential to limit growth Mary Kennedy NPR news Washington Israeli authorities have freed a Palestinian. Teen activist who, served eight months in prison for hitting as rarely soldiers, outside her. Home in the West Bank as NPR's Daniel estrin Reports the case has. Drawn widespread attention seventeen-year-old ahead TIMMY me spoke to reporters and activists. In her, village of, Nabi solid power to the people she said the people can decide their way of resistance with her long frizzy blond hair I had to me became an internationally. Recognized symbol She was, recorded kicking and slapping two Israeli. Soldiers outside her home in the Israeli-occupied West Bank after. The video went viral angering many Israelis she was. Arrested she and her mother who posted the video online served eight. Months in prison for assault and encouraging violence asked. If she'd do it again hits soldiers the way she, did she said she couldn't say much for fear of rearrest many Israelis see to me as a violent provocateur. Many Palestinians say she represents a defiant young generation of Palestinian youth one of. Many who have been jailed. By Israel Daniel estrin NPR news. Nebi Saleh. In the West Bank the average price of regular grade gasoline in, the US fell three cents. A gallon over the past two weeks the average price still fifty nine cents, higher than. It was a year, ago this is NPR news Fifteen. People have been taken to hospitals after an ammonia leak bird's-eye food, plant in southeastern Wisconsin a total. Of one hundred forty people were working. The overnight. Shift at the factory when alarms and sensors started going off besides the fifteen people taken to. Five area hospitals around Darien Wisconsin another seventy. Five workers were. Checked at the scene and released as NASA celebrates sixty years since its creation by congress its new leader is putting a focus on returning, to the Mon for member station. W. m. f. e. Brendan Byrne reports the agency continues. To explore space eleven years after the founding of. NASA a Saturn five rocket launched Apollo astronauts on a mission to. Walk on the moon now NASA wants to go. Back the space agency is developing its next big rocket, the space launch system to send humans back to the moon a test launch of that rocket is scheduled in. About two years followed by a fully crewed mission shortly after NASA is also. Exploring Mars Rovers curiosity And spirit, are active on the red planet and another Rover is set to join the pair watching twenty twenty the agency is also. Helping scientists discover Exo planets planets outside our solar system by developing space, based telescopes, to search for other worlds for NPR news I'm Brendan Byrne at the. Weekend, box office mission impossible fallout easily took the number one spot on the, domestic charts second place went to mama Mia here we go again. Which fell fifty seven percents in its second weekend in theaters the, equalizer to slid the third and. Hotel Transylvania three summer vacation took fourth. I'm Jim NPR news. In Washington Support for NPR. Comes from NPR stations other contributors include the Walton, family foundation, we're opportunity takes root more information, is available at Walton, family foundation dot org and the John D and Catherine t. MacArthur foundation, at macfound dot org.

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04:36 min | 3 years ago

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"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jim hawk there has. Been a mass shooting in Toronto, a woman was killed late Sunday nine year old girl was critically wounded and the gunman, died after exchanging shots with police a dozen. Other. People are being, treated Toronto mayor John. Torrey says the motive is unknown people should not reach any conclusions because the police themselves have not found any conclusions as to exactly what happened here and why Tehran in however Toronto police chief Mark Saunders said the shooting was not random and. Terrorism has not been ruled out authorities are seeking video and photos from people and businesses in the. Area of Toronto's Greek town neighborhood Secretary of state Mike Pompeo was in southern California Sunday speaking to a running on Americans as Sarah Husseini from member station, k. q. e. d. reports it's part of a new White House. Campaign to undermine the Iranian government champions presentation is part of a series of speeches and online communications meant to erode support. For Iran's leaders the Trump administration dreams the same dreams for. The people that have run as, you National Iranian American Council president treat a Percy calls it a troubling PR stunt I, think their aim is to give the impression. That. Their policy of, confrontation and belligerence has. The backing in the blessing of the Iranian American community Percy says the majority of Iranian Americans believe the US should support democracy and civil rights in their ancestral home through greater economic investment not through sanctions or the support of opposition groups for. NPR news I'm Sarah Josemi the g twenty finance ministers ended their meeting in Argentina with a communique Acknowledging the need to. Step up dialogue and actions in light of growing global trade conflict but is Teri Schultz reports European leaders insist the first step to, lowering international tensions should come from Washington European Union finance Commissioner Pierre Moscovici warns Brussels may escalate the transatlantic trade battle if the US doesn't remove the tariffs it's imposed on European, steel and aluminum imports, while the EU has responded with tit for tat tariffs French finance minister Brunell Lemaire says since the US was the first to impose penalties. It should be the first to end them the mayor says he's calling on the US quote to return to reason European Commission president Jean-Claude euchre is. Due to, hold talks with President Trump Wednesday in an effort to de escalate the growing conflict for NPR news I'm Teri Schultz in, Brussels Mexican president elect Andrea Emmanuel Lopez Oberdorfer has released a seven. Page letter he sent to President Trump earlier this month detailing how he sees the two Countries working together to stem immigration the letter lays out how Lopez Oberdorfer plans to improve the economy and security in Mexico when. He takes office in December, so that Mexicans. Do not feel. The need to leave Lopez Oberdorf suggested. The two countries drafted development plan backed by public funds this is NPR news The Israeli. Military has evacuated hundreds of Syrian rescue workers known as the white helmets from near its volatile frontier with Syria the evacuees, who were hemmed in from one side by advancing hostile Syrian. Troops and from another by militants affiliated with the Islamic state group. Were transported to Jordan In a strongly-worded, statement the United States is criticizing the peace process in the African country of. South Sudan NPR's, ater Peralta reports the US says it doesn't have confidence that their leaders can. Make a lasting peace, the international community has been pushing for an end to an almost five. Years civil war but the talks have resulted, in nothing because fighting continues unabated throughout the country in. A statement the White House threw cold. Water on the latest iteration of a peace deal, calling it, a. Quote narrow agreement between elites that will not solve the, problems of south Sudan the US was instrumental in south Sudan's independence, and it has been the country's top funder and mediator it is now threatening to walk away if south Sudanese leaders failed to commit to peace NPR news Nairobi In a battle of two very different sequels of the weekend box office. Denzel Washington's action pick, the equalizer to has narrowly topped the Abba musical Mamma Mia here we. Go again in its second weekend yet another, sequel hotel Transylvania three summer vacation came in third ant. Man and the wasp took fourth place. And incredible to was fifth I'm Jim hawk NPR,.

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02:19 min | 3 years ago

"jim hawk" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm jim hawk npr news in washington support for npr comes from the annie e casey foundation developing solutions to support strong families and communities to help ensure a brighter future for america's children more information is available at eighty cf dot org and listeners like you who donates this npr station it's an alchemy all its own i the kindling dry pieces of wood at the bottom the tweaks pyramid spark careful careful blow just a little watch it lick the would tenant i angry angry between bear not there yellow orange the oldest magic there is fire stare at this this dance dusk from the corners of your we'll see the shadows ben don't look now look at the fire let the basis of their own bidding be still l safely like cats look to the fire flame burn and no this last year with brought you a special podcast we call it spooked amazing stories for inexplicable so this year snapped coming in the second season of thirteen episodes dropping later in august be free it's a journey through the dockside like nothing you've ever experienced before we go there i want you to hear a little suffering from spook season one snape it's time for campfire tales muslims than washington stay close to the flame you're listening imagine it's the middle of a mac not even fixing old home alone brother waiting for your mom to come on.

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01:51 min | 3 years ago

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"Live from npr news in washington i'm jim hawk a deadly nerve agent has resurfaced in britain for months after a russian double agent on his daughter were second assistant police commissioner neil bassoon says the search continues for the source of the nerve agent that second a man and a woman both in their forties the priority for the investigation team now is to establish how these people are coming into contact with his agents medical officials said wednesday people who had been in the amesbury area where the couple have been should take precautions and wash their clothes germany's defense minister confirms her country is among the nato members that have received letters from president trump criticizing their commitment to the alliance and warning them us patience is growing thin as npr psoriasis or howdy nelson reports from berlin the minister is dismissing the criticism as unfounded in an interview with npr defense minister also fund align said germany's financial commitment to defense is climbing every year in has already nearly a third more than it in two thousand fourteen fund align also noted germany is the second largest contributor of troops to nato and afghanistan despite trump's harsh rhetoric toward germany the defense minister said she continues to believe in the transatlantic relationship and show we have issues and this is okay to have issues and even the better the friendship is the more you can debate about different opinions on topics fund align says she will present germany's case at the nato summit in brussels next week suraya sirhatti nelson npr news berlin flooding in southwestern minnesota means some volunteers there spent the fourth of july sandbagging solvay washed vet with minnesota public radio reports homes and businesses in murray county minnesota are dealing with.

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02:27 min | 3 years ago

"jim hawk" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from npr news in washington i'm jim hawk reports are circulating the two top aides to epa administrator scott pruitt are resigning after getting caught up in pruitt's ethics problems as npr's peter overby reports they worked for pruitt when he was in oklahoma then came to washington after he was appointed to run apa officially mellon hop is pruitt's scheduling in advanced director but one time he had her tracked down used mattresses at president trump's dc hotel so he could buy one sarah greenwald is a senior counsel this year pruitt's office set up huge raises for greenwald and hop but pruitt rescinded the raises after the news got out npr's peter overby reporting the european union says it's going ahead with import duties on u s products after president trump's imposition of tariffs on european steel and aluminum from brussels teri schultz reports the new duties will affect billions of dollars in american goods the eu says president trump left it no choice while waiting for a ruling from the world trade organization on whether trump's tariffs on steel and aluminum imports are purely protectionist measures brussels will slap what it calls rebalancing duties on three point four billion dollars worth of american products european commission vice president maroshek give it defends the move measured and proportionate response to the unilateral and illegal decision taken by the united states now eu countries are choosing which us goods to tax i from a list that includes motorcycles bourbon peanut butter and cigarettes the duties will take affect early next month for npr news i'm teri schultz in brussels the philadelphia eagles spoke to the media for the first time since president trump told the team not to come to the white house to celebrate the eagles i ever super bowl win for member station whyy in philadelphia erin moselle reports at a regularly scheduled press conference head coach doug peterson told reporters he was disappointed the team didn't get the chance to go to the white house but he said it is what it is we did something last season as very special to milestone here in the city of philadelphia our organization and i was looking forward to going down and being recognized as world champions after practice player seem tired of talking about president trump's decision they said they'd rather focus on winning another super bowl president trump disinvited the team on monday night in part because a group of players plan to ditch the.

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NPR News Now

01:35 min | 3 years ago

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"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from the ups store who knows that small business owners can't afford to take days off so they'll be open to on may twenty fifth and twenty six for all your small business needs visit the ups store dot com for details live from npr news in washington i'm jim hawk the summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un may take place after all just a day after president trump cancelled the meeting defense secretary jim mattis said friday the diplomats are still talking that's usual given cake you know of trying to put together big summits and stuff diplomatic still at work and from our point of view here at the defense department that define thing south korea on saturday expressed cautious relief about the revived talks for a summit a statement from seoul's presidential spokesman said quote it's fortunate the embers of dialogue between north korea and the united states weren't fully extinguished the president of the university of southern california c l max nikitas is stepping down according to an announcement by the university's board as npr's richard gonzales reports the resignation comes as usc is embroiled in a series of scandals the most recent scandal involves a campus gynecologist george tyndall who was alleged to have made sexual comments and inappropriately touched patients during pelvic exams dating back to the early nineteen ninety s and internal investigation determined many allegations were true and tyndall was allowed to resign but usc.

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NPR News Now

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jim hawk" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm jim hawk the suspect in friday's texas school shooting that left ten people dead is being held on capital murder charges authorities of offered no motive but they said in a probable cause affidavit that the suspect had admitted to carrying out the shooting one lava flow sped up dramatically saturday as it combined with another leading to form or homes being incinerated on hawaii's big island as jackie young from hawaii public radio reports total of forty four structures of now been destroyed the ash plume shot up ten thousand feet in the air winds carry the fallout to the south west parts of the island officials are warning residents in those areas to remain indoors to protect themselves from the ash fallout thousands of face masks have been distributed to residents although the masks won't protect against the toxic sulfur dioxide gases it will guard against ash particles a fast moving love flow from an earlier fischer closed a road owed isolating about forty homes several people were airlifted to safety by county and national guard helicopters officials estimate lava from one fisher as advanced one thousand feet in less than an hour for npr news i'm jackie young in honululu the starbucks coffee chain says it's introducing a new standardized policy to allow anyone to sit in its cafes or use the restroom whether or not they buy anything as tom bonzi of the northwest news network reports this comes after a debacle philadelphia starbucks management told it's employee's a letter saturday to treat any person who enters a cafe as a customer the updated policy is meant to clear up doubts or vagueness about whether non paying guests can use the restroom or linger at tables in philadelphia five weeks ago a manager called police onto black men who asked to use the restroom while they were waiting for a meeting they had ordered anything at that point the arrest of the man was captured on.

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NPR News Now

01:37 min | 3 years ago

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"Live from npr news in washington i'm jim hawk in texas students were returning to their high school saturday to gather their belongings after friday's shooting that killed ten people and injured thirteen others as houston public media's travis boo bennett reports officials in santa fe say the community is still in shock police have been escort students one by one back into the classrooms they fled when the shooting started santa fe police chief walter bronze says his officers have been resilient throughout the ordeal i don't think it's really sunk in yet as to allowing the motions to take control officers very well prepared go through drills they've been through level one level two active shooter training the red cross has set up a crisis center for families and students to get emotional help food and other services the santa fe school district will be closed at least through tuesday for npr news i'm travis boob in houston one lava flow sped up dramatically saturday as it combined with another leading to former homes being incinerated on hawaii's big island as jackie young from hawaii public radio reports a total of forty four structures have now been destroyed the ash plume shot up ten thousand feet in the air winds carry the fallout to the south west parts of the island officials are warning residents in those areas to remain indoors to protect themselves from the ash fallout thousands of face math have been distributed to residents although the masks won't protect against the toxic sulfur dioxide gases it will guard against.

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01:39 min | 3 years ago

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"Live from npr news in washington i'm jim hawk in sacramento hundreds are protesting the death of stefan clark who was shot by police in his grandparents backyard on march eighteenth capital public radio's bob moffitt says the protests started out peacefully but there are now reports of an accident involving one of the demonstrators as they were marching down the street they encounter to sacramento sheriff's department vehicles one of the vehicles left the parking lot the other one was unable to leave according to witnesses and a deputy with the department who says a window was broken the deputy hit the gas and ran over the woman before taking off bob moffitt reporting russia is doubling the number of british diplomats it's expelling to more than fifty this after britain expelled russian diplomats blaming moscow for poisoning a former russian double agent and his daughter with a nerve agent now that she's recovering as larry miller reports from london the russians wanna talk to her russia's london embassy is demanding access to thirtythreeyearold yulia scrip all who is a russian citizen the british foreign office says it's considering it in line with its obligations under international law but then it's also taking into account her wishes scruple arrived from russia to visit her father the day before the nerve agent attack she continues to be treated in the hospital and sounds berry where she was taken after being found unconscious on a bench with her father doctors report she's responding well to treatment and is speaking while britain claims russia carried out the attack russia says britain is behind it and is.

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02:00 min | 3 years ago

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"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from rei this season rei coop is asking you to consider what is your bud stop by your local rei coop and let their experts help you overcome whatever is keeping you inside gear classes expert advice and more live from npr news in washington i'm jim hawk furloughed federal employees will be staying home monday thanks to lawmakers inability to pass a shortterm government funding bill the next vote is scheduled to begin monday at noon with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell anxious to focus on other issues it would be my intention to resolve these issues as quickly as possible so that we can move on to other business less important to our country the senate procedural vote is only the first step in the complex process of passing a shortterm spending measure the house reconvenes at noon monday to be ready to take up the legislation quickly if the house passes it president trump would then have to sign that legislation for the shutdown to end for members of the active duty military the shutdown of government services could mean a period of work without pay texas public radio's curzon frame reports that banks around the country are stepping up to help service members get through a tough financial situation at one point three million active duty military will still report for work despite the government shutdown however the troops including those in combat will potentially not be paid unless congress intervenes the military is currently paid through february first several banks have announced plans to help service members and financial distress the san antonio based united services automobile association or usa a says it's prepared offer nointerest payroll advances to military members in case there pay is disrupted navy federal credit union and first command bank have similar offers on the table other banks have said that they're monitoring this situation or preparing assistance programs for npr news i'm carson frame in san antonio crews have located.

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02:00 min | 3 years ago

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"Live from npr news in washington i'm jim hawk even as firefighters made progress containing six major california wildfires from senna berber at a san diego county and most of ecu ease were allowed to return home governor jerry brown warned saturday that winter wildfires are the new normal cal fire director ken pimlot says the notion of a fire season seems to no longer apply its december and it's amazing to be able to say that we are out fire season and this is the challenge that we face in california and certainly here in southern california that it is a year round a challenge that we are all an overall the california fires have destroyed nearly eight hundred homes and other buildings and forced more than two hundred thousand people to flee their homes the southern us is recovering from our pre winter storm that push northward into new england on saturday leaving agility crews trying to restore heaton light to thousands more than three hundred hirty four thousand homes and businesses were left without power a commission set up by democrats to reform the way the party selects its presidential nominees is out with a series of recommendations than be ours brandon booker reports the biggest change miss super delegates the dnc unity reformed commission wants tothe number of super delegates at the party's presidential convention by nearly sixty percent it hopes that by doing so it will make the democrats presidential nominating system quote more accessible transparent and accurate other recommendations include say dave voter registration in all fifty states the dnc still has to vote on these proposed changes some democrats especially those in the more progressive wing of the party wanted to change party rules the dnc came under a wave of criticism during the 2016 primaries because some including bernie sanders said the process with tilted in favor of eventual nominee hillary clinton brocton booker npr news wash.

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02:00 min | 4 years ago

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"Live from npr news in washington i'm jim hawk thousands of people in the northeast were left without power early monday as severe weather pounded the region with powerful winds and drenching rains southern new england appeared to suffer the brunt of the storm damage overnight ever source reporting more than one hundred fifty thousand connecticut customers were without power and more than one hundred thirty thousand customers were reported without power in rhode island and massachusetts thirteen police officers are dead after the taliban attack their checkpoints in northern afghanistan jennifer glass reports it's the latest in a string of taleban attacks against afghan security forces the taleban ambush came in the middle of the night on the road to hun abide outside conducive eighty police checkpoints target according to the local district governor the police were overrun by the taleban and most of them killed the taliban have killed more than two hundred people this month many of them afghan security forces since the withdrawal of the majority of us and nato troops at the end of two thousand fourteen the taliban have been on the offensive it's fighters now control or contest nearly forty percent of the country afghan security forces have taken heavy casualties president trump has ordered several thousand more us troops to afghanistan to support the afghans and he loosened the rules of engagement to us ground forces and airpower can target the taleban for npr news i'm jennifer glass in kabul israel has delayed an effort to expand the boundaries of jerusalem to include some jewish settlements on the west bank the trump administration opposed the israeli proposal as npr's daniel western reports from jerusalem israeli government ministers were expected to vote on a bill to redraw the jerusalem city limits to include west bank settlements but at the last minute it was tabled divvied baton a lawmaker close to israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu said israel has delayed the bill due to pressure from the us a senior trump administration officials said the us discourage the jerusalem expansion efforts because it would distract from efforts to advance peace negotiations between israelis and palestinians.

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01:40 min | 4 years ago

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"Live from npr news in washington i'm jim hawk emergency officials are expanding evacuation areas and parts of northern california as more than twenty deadly fires continued to burn out of control npr's nathan round reports that thirty one people have now been confirmed dead in the blazes and hundreds more are unaccounted for firefighters using a break in the wind to try and contain some of these wildfires containment efforts have been slowed by the sheer size of the fires the difficult terrain the number of structures at risk and highways heads which blown embers ahead of the fire starting new ones there's a small window of opportunity here winds are down now but are forecast to pick up again on friday and into the weekend meanwhile the cinema county sheriff's office is working to identify and find some of the missing they're hoping that most of those people are okay but had just been reported missing in the chaos of the fires nathan rot npr news oakmont california white house chief of staff john kelly as defending president trump's commitment to the rebuilding of puerto rico at a white house briefing thursday kelly said the us will stand with puerto rico until the job is done you are trying very hard working very hard to work is so far out of a job there will be a period in which we hope sooner rather than later to where the us military and fema generally speaking can withdraw contrary to president trump's thursday tweet saying that puerto rico shouldn't expect federal aid the last quote forever a house on thursday passed a thirty six and a half billion dollar bill that contains money for puerto rico as well as texas florida and western firefighting efforts.

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01:58 min | 4 years ago

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"Live from npr news in washington i'm jim hawk saturdays free speech rally in boston disbanded early after a few dozen demonstrators were confronted by thousands of counterprotesters npr's vanessa rome all reports president trump tweeted his response to the peaceful end of the rally after a week during which he was repeatedly criticized for his combative assertions that there were very good people among the neo nazi protesters and charlottesville last week president trump pivoted toward a more conciliatory tone in a series of five tweets about the rally trump wrote sometimes you need protest in order to heal and we will he'll be stronger than ever before then he added that he wanted to applaud them any protesters in boston who are speaking out against bigotry and hate he ended by saying our country will soon come together as one he also congratulated law enforcement officers and boston's mayor for averting violence but the president's first tweet about the boston rally hours before it was scheduled to start referred to counterprotesters as anti police agitators vanessa romo npr news washington students are returning to the university of virginia in charlottesville a college town were struck by violence a week ago when hundreds marched on campus carrying torches and chanting nazi slogans as memory no pain of member station wvtm reports that has left some students and families concern boothe is excited for her child first year of college but after last weekend's white supremicist rally she and her daughter developed an emergency action plan she's going to call her godmother enrichment and then she'll get here bestow seeking grab her and will meter at her house when i was when he gets there quicker than i could get in a public letter u b a president teresa sullivan says safety is the schools biggest priority she's created a task force to review the schools policies that allowed white nationalist to march on campus without requesting a permit.

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01:30 min | 4 years ago

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"Support for this podcast and the following message comes from the ups store who knows small business owners don't take days off so of you need the ship packages they'll be open on monday july third and ready to help visit the ups store dot com for details live from npr news in washington i'm jim hawk a spokesman for illinois house speaker michael managhan says lawmakers will vote sunday on revenue plan aimed at resolving a budget impasse and the irs windsor johnston reports the state is entering a third straight year without a budget since two thousand fifteen illinois has racked up fifteen billion dollars in unpaid bills spending six billion more than it brought in last year without a budget agreement the stay will run out of money for key expenses by august including payroll and pension payments the lack of funding will shut down construction across the state leaving thousands of people without jobs powerball and mega millions ticket sales will also come to a halt and the state's credit rating could be downgraded to junk status illinois is one of several states without a spending plan new jersey and main are also at a budget impasse windsor johnston npr news washington the of half a million low wage workers is gone up slightly in the los angeles area rising from ten and a half to twelve dollars an hour as daniel carson report supporters say the increase is good for the economy while some business groups worry it could be a job killer.

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