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Looking Back: George Floyd Protests in New York City

The United States of Anxiety

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Looking Back: George Floyd Protests in New York City

"We started talking about the new york city mayoral race. This is a huge huge election. Given all the very serious stuff. We're facing as a city. Voting starts in the democratic primary on june twelfth and while anything is possible in politics the winner of that primary is very likely to be the next mayor of the nation's largest city so that election is top of mind for our team and we've decided to focus particularly on policing. Nypd is the largest most expensive police force in the country by far michael bloomberg once joked that he had his own army and then it was the seventh largest army in the world. So there you have it depending on how you count the money. The city spends anywhere between six and ten billion dollars a year on nypd. B billion with a b. But in the wake of george floyd murderer a lot more people are asking how this massive expensive army is managed and in particular whether it even can be held accountable for what it does in our names. Tonight we're going to start with one dramatic example of how. Nypd has responded to that. call for accountability. George floyd was murdered about exactly a year ago today. People filled the streets in outrage. All over the world including here in new york city for the murder was also a painful reminder of the many many incidents of police brutality in our city. Jimmy floyd who is the editor of wnyc's race injustice unit has been reporting on what happened during one of those demonstrations which took place in the south bronx and the motto haven neighborhood. Jamie has been interviewing people who were there that night to reconstruct what happened from their vantage point. Take a listen so paint a picture for us what remind us what. The protests last summer. Look like in new york city. Well you know we all been bottled up. There was a lot of tension around the economic and health. Disparities around covid and into that came the murderer of george floyd and immediately people took to the streets because

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"jimmy floyd" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

Jogo Bonito

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy floyd" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

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"jimmy floyd" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

Jogo Bonito

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy floyd" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

"Danisco is like a goal every three point four seconds so yeah but you will not intrinsic kenyon reports like so nice just not. We don't have a great place to you on monday. Nights will arrive. we've got vanda for municipal. We'd play is from automic constantly. Genucel man yeah. It was here on your son in the film when i think he was yeah absolutely. Ut over five Gives you us to meet wanna so we're not gonna just do my west of this window because of down here so if you re club this been linked to right wing fascist groups. What do you. What do you do to change that. And so on the grandson of mussalini romano floriani musevenei which they've just done this john for window. Eighteen years old son in straight to the youth team is he a right-winger very far right very very much children in think. Yeah so not. Not a great son into improve. Your image keeps point in all. Can i ask. W- who was eighty nine. Foyer was the son of daffy of gadhafi. Yeah he did. He end up playing for torino. That was thousand. Visit visit torino. Just member those crazy times. Yeah now i think he. I think he played for torino because he bought the majority stake in torino. Think how else do you get game you by the club. Yeah finest am fanatic is up as gobi other times worse. Jimmy console window is among the whole. The whole connection of torres and carolyn. The way just went one replacing the other and lots of money wasted. And i even think van devos could more goes in those who did off. Delicious charleston's joe. Tell i'll i'll find out of that likely. It didn't work out. Can make some source spreadsheet more. Let's all i know you date East cut taps than everything. We'll go where you sound to top on soya. I was just like an advocate. His son it was persia played for but it did. It was three and a half. It did play against boss elena in the cabinet. Miles is matt roy. Say of special. Shout out to peter odom winger for that wonderful day. They never was three muhata. He was the one supply and all the toys that were tapes to people's homes to the present faces narrative ludlow allegedly electrically torn between wilfrid bonnie surmount city but i always loved wilfried bony when he's running in the cop and he's singing his own. Song karma will people any school so goals s another video and i've come for a lexus. So well. I don't know. I didn't know hugh making up these video like you're you're constantly ties with cop. Disip is tonight that your son will give. You can look it up. It's just Yeah this is. Why social media. Because i spent time looking at all of this out out. Yeah alexa santos off good. I'm so glad to see that with me and man can you just. How much was he being paid. Not the on. January really have content paper but isn't always wonder returned. Dungy was just come into it. When you being paid after-tax four two thousand a week..

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"jimmy floyd" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

Jogo Bonito

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy floyd" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

"Long break. clever. And rated they just they don't have that whole dynamic because after being the Allowing group with with like gomez behinds allowing trenton grow to go forward without that changed. Everything then lost the defense but the way he's replaced it is boy so losing his field remarks not dying so anderson and venial found themselves playing center back or fred somewhere recently very true. And even from where we played if you're not censor back and you know you just sit deeper naturally so sat diva the midfielder's news coming in. That probably gonna drop the anyway. Which means the front free all preston is as they were and the whole plan. The club hatton boy. It was built about last year has just gone. And he's snows state. We've seen them clear not forms the level they did last year. And it all comes down to me the fact that dempsey and white pops out because trouble. The city peps insistent on planet folks. No one is well. If in one press tire more spacing the spacing behind city winning very easy we can drain l. tank is going to play tiago with like that. Probably not going to have as much as the ball to play in this in this game. Walk on think if you'd probably confirmed that whoever songs geography and not painting against pat among see than sewing tiago. He's always the one who is always not off. Thinking needs to played bound system. I think in the mix. Just hasn't been saying jimmy Both have happened. Tiago does that different dynamic in the aggressive nature having those three or saying hand not be the last year but just sheet to nation solve it. An annoying l. To kind of feel will be set on a mix Settlement on working three one of the things with it confront free gulshan depose is the consent of the dynamic of sala on monday. Oh who's a kind of a lotta baloney of read a bit. Where saleh's prolific essential manai or the hasn't soft. It hasn't been in the song if you think well. I think it's ludicrous to say. They can't place giver. I think we sing osceola championship season. What it can do when they do play together. So i think to suggest the fact one of the others performance. When when one of them's in the side i think is needed. I think not dynamics been attitudes. Were joseph zeno not playing eva to make look to me ludicrous. Absolutely ludicrous to say one counter. Just the record simple attempting about it wasn't august not thanking people citing a think what people notice is that for whatever reasons when manet hasn't started its most of has been more prolific. And that's not he has. He scored his competitive passes assisted mall without a side but how far we drove down into that because of end last moves about for menial not being as as good as he should not scored as many as an east coming up with goes now is while still carrying on with assists as well. Also people go for different spouse of four. I think what we're noticing is just those rough patches a foreign sucker rollercoaster. no one's ever gonna perform narnia attack every week in this odeal you dennis. You're gonna get seventy naturally if you've got to attack his the all that good creating in scoring goals..

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"jimmy floyd" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

Jogo Bonito

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy floyd" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

"Plays often so food. Just it's not his function in a team. I think you have to remember as well decided. Okay defensive issues soy and defense issues interconnected anywhere Is it now. Because he has been on says the solid in front of and has a function feel to work so all those things are it's hard together for but let's yeah let's come switch because if you get a chocolate who where whether present we we companies reference that kind of grief that they found wall say Just absolutely beautiful. Go finished off by most started by trent. So where do we think on a and plays like trent coming back home will say present i think he yeah i think he probably was out for him and i think his row has changed and he struggled with that alone with the extra defensive responsibilities. Feeling this season also. I do think that he is going to have to add something to his game and you talked about so combination. Play that we'll talk has massively changed the style of this team and i think he will be for the better when they have that solid foundation. But i think his is not been something. That's probably been the best with those absences to have a player that is that dictate the tempo dictate the play. A little bit more yes. He's going to link up fantastically with the wing backs when foundation there but they almost they've lost a little bit protection from the midfield by having tell in the probably that's exposure robson trying to know nobody this season yup and so we'll see the handles planet back that's a massive massive loss in your image choose wherein anez a video set around a condom. He shared it one of those chop cheddar of henderson and the passion that he showed them the patch and the role of captain says well. After i think after that solid go one. There was lots of that bombs in it but it was just pray. Pray pray pray pray phrased the touch. Praise the finish praised. The the passes well He's been a big loss in that midfield as well noticing again tonight. We re not recording on. This unlike and nathaniel phillips. Start again. i mean he's been okay. he's done a joke younger. The new the new sean. Nothing you'll take a couple of weeks get them in. But it's not gonna be ready in time for this weekend or did you need you. Need it settled in nessie. Strengthen up in midfield as well as you defense is well because when you taken out from that midfield and putting send it back but you are taking some some quoted midfield so liverpool enough this week at the back of the minute. They weakened in misuse well. I think he's probably likely to go up and down as well as an with the amount of injuries they've got is likely to go up and down. Soy geometric points can be laws. Just jump on the komo. Everyone is about all we've lost. Fan gomez in massive made a glass now with the season but the whole the home so they on the team they will loss janice starts from the front but it soon because know last year they had the Get henderson navigator. And the being planned behind they have on them in the last time they had that three and was will out him came in a log..

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"jimmy floyd" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

Jogo Bonito

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy floyd" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

"Mendel ching-kuo a chen choline. Yes but the that right position now. Things are sounding. What louis walsh. On the extra that. he's making his own. I don't think amount of your rate should to to be able to reference louis walsh. Well all such flashy inundated. You're about let's jimmy to talk about the facade. Guam was the beauty of him. He i think previously i think previously he enjoys criticized. As as i think a lot of roy box get nowadays so much. Like someone's who could write back they can create. Chances can go forward causing the. And i i mean i i put so trend trenton. That mold because i'm not sure how good he's pensively. I think he's got away with a lot. Because when he had found like alongside into reading the game he was allowed to go forward because females. I sat in front of the back to and cover Ajit singh can can sale offers a lot more defensively than it used to on the stats. Shared with the ops is just a more rounded defender as well as offering everything that he's going forward. That's why i actually recall. And that's why. He's better than trent alexander arnold formulas i do. He is currently you know. Yeah he's ahead of that Ans- in painful Bu- luck said. I think if you go back and watch your brilliant pet solids. You'll see that he's done this before. And it's just another brilliant life philip. Mom did it and just kidding constantly go. I think about the struggles es hat fullbacks. Since he's been a man city yeah yeah and maybe finding the right type of play it kind of profile mold. Yeah yeah but again less switch it. Maybe maybe thoughts on the six times a charm. Just one more just one more right backcloth male this one this one to one but the thing the thing about trump and any remember agent and you know this about five years different three and solo and trump Way can execute an attack face. A just haven't seen before is just so unique. His ability to the bulls in that manner as such refreshing asset of an actually think he can do that combination..

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"jimmy floyd" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

Jogo Bonito

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy floyd" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

"They looked quite comfortable with all of these victories as well and other teams have still their problems as well so i think they ought to win the think. Arkansas going strong to the end of the season now. I think what's really been impressive as well as the. He's yes okay. So i'm diaz and he's been a an amazing amazing signing but also the fact that like johnstone's war renascent is having and it's really really cold pap. His looked at players that he's already had there and he's actually thought by improving them bringing them on in something to that game and this is the first time we've seen john stein's playing at this level i think he has taken his game up and maybe is finding the perfect partner. Maybe it's the competition than what maybe it was just genius kitchen from pat but you gotta give him full credit for that and he's he's kinda done. The same in recent weeks like bananas. Silver hasn't been playing a lot this season and then all of a sudden he's come back and he's looked even better. Yeah and this is the level of kane in out wasn't art foot when's silva i hit these shores as lot awhile. We've got another well-known cup of seasons and and he hit that you know maybe for two seasons eighteen months in the ditch for did that is so funny because when you talk about dipping in a pep guardiola side. It's like you're still amazing. You just not quite at that. You're not starting for pepsi's so you not quite now you coming on and yet he has just turn rubbish but just following that famous form again one fund interest in here in speak especially now that that the results are kind of working improvements and is is he spoke about essential. One is seemed to run less wanted to as be morlock almost lot positioning disciplined law out of possession. Use to impact on a message that patient very wide. And we know that. He's experimented conduct regular wing. As opposed to in percy bananas wishes just kind of an interesting little tweak. That he's in place jimmy luck we all can move on shortly but if lee rattling about how can salad. I'll just call up you. Teddy whingeing me. So let's talk about his role in urgent of pat and an emmy can just remember that. He's no felit. Lomb or josh came in and passed on it twice before like this third iteration of of of let law which is why trend is so much more special. Because he's doing something different so caviar loss rates ought to pointed. Jimmy get on camera eight Revelation i think again when we we pointed out the francis at man city had we were there. We couldn't pick a back line. We suddenly could full box for them. i'm still loving east. Probably still look show on the left..

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"jimmy floyd" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

Jogo Bonito

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy floyd" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

"Essentially the they are meeting today. Sunday and gossip of muncie A turnaround own. Ascent that gopher moment we were fooled into But he ran his co. says at at their own just eating words every time they rack up another win and another clean sheet which is is just founded And i think it comes up. North where who sought put together some pretty pretty impressive results oval and obviously if he knows toy that the They made so. Let's let's go. Let's focus on pat on the democracy. That's currently kind of storming away or heard on radio dot. That was sad. Twenty against berlin is the twentieth season. Which is more than any other team in the view leaks which has just come out of nowhere as jimmy. Lee will kind of lauding them though his he. He always lawless lows the longest. Some long too long. Yeah we only. I'm probably not long ago. We sat that you know who's gonna play the city that weakening set the bike and hope you have a room uphold where we lost them. To sonning ruben diaz crow via malt k. Three us stay on on really enjoying the crow voice because he's been fantastic absolutely so change the dynamic across across that back full Coupled wave a few players have been that company is now just remember not pay for one of them being good e together clubs to client has been the recent months and i was watching i saw the other day someone it will call one is arguably the best number eight and number nine liu league this season. He's been amazing. Like he has a great number seventy daily just that technical ability always been unhappy with this new physical side and energy to his game role so last year gangs up missing a certain sent belgian midfield as well and i wanted to talk about that because before he was injured listeners willis pointing right now. This is serious serious all right so no was in complete agreement..

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"jimmy floyd" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

Jogo Bonito

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy floyd" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

"Absolutely amazing talks about him. Getting the players are playing with small balls really like small. Footballs like avila tennis. Balls with when. I went to woman. He and tennis shoes for holds to holding onto opponents. Yeah yeah really. -servative invasive ways of players. I think you've spoken before job. Players live for the coaching sessions. I don't think he's really gonna solve reinvigorate a team that we all know how to be dangerous. So yeah it's going to be excited jimmy. Lot mobile i but yeah as as someone who does repeat greatly. And i know your love his co. town but we be from monster in the chelsea camp. Would you think of his appointment. Think when it was announced all very much strain and just said he be gone in november. That was Catch leakers having spent it's all about that was impure ignorance that they need to add and the comedy value and so spending time digging down into looking. He's avow is very exciting appointment for chelsea certainly about the younger players. Then he's renounced bringing on young players and thought you go back through he's record pass clubs who is through and is littered with pleasure for things so a young player at chelsea must be very excited about this is going to bring in and change about game. Developed them slowing. It's a very positive off without billy more especially all the rumors about frank competently throwing him out australian learning about and i think that would have been a massive mistake from chelsea and i know he's developed brought on a few of the youngsters mason mountain tummy. But you know these like twenty two twenty. Three year olds where they should be playing first team football now for their senior club. Billy gilmore's teenager. He has so much promise arguably the most island apple crop and he must be obsolete busy with the prospect of playing for such fantastic h gone. Put it team all because It's different perhaps. Giving youth plays blooding them which is great. But there's another level to what you do those plays after you've loved them. I sometimes wonder if essentially vanna kind of fell fell into this category. Where he will kings these youngsters love to have davies and play but wasn't not capable all instilling tactics and complexity in training systems. Which i think who do. These mounts abraham's goebbels. It's josie for religious club to do that because they have this philosophy running up all the way through and players like mountain..

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"jimmy floyd" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

Jogo Bonito

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy floyd" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

"Marks was to kill a mockingbird which is that social gathered together will take jamie on the stand. He's as well will how he might. Yeah very good thanks. So i'm just pleased to seen mark and full technophobes performance tonight. I said technophobe like audio file. That's what i meant is it is an audio file. An unseen put is. I think while you come that one yeah mark you can see that. Now you're on your you can't look at it enough of connection finally so it's over. Speak to you guys though. But i don't know about technical. But i think jimmy would refresh me as chopping liability. He's just had a delivery. Offer up a drink. Teas do jimmy floyd. From right misstep we've got no Obstruct on in the vietnam but just as of may to the say his last week. Same room is lovely. It's a soft drink at all. So i'm very good. House henceforth nine as jimmy. Floyd sweet suggested why don't you crack the plaque and just stick it on the sticky..

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"jimmy floyd" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

Jogo Bonito

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy floyd" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

"We as we delve into focus on not just his performance against ps seats A to absolute stars of go. Jimmy floyd it's coin sexually. Because you know jimmy floyd senior would say fruit senior for say another toys nicely with our sons of vaccine which will be a china iran. However you may. I'm very good. Thank you joe very. Let's band with tight but hold it together for the sons xilinx. That absolutely is going to be a stalker. Listeners we are. We are obsolete base. To how back with us Will i'm just going to say. Well what about maybe miscellaneous graveyard. Thanks very much. I can almost hear the collective groan of the jana. Give us no well. You know perfect person to take apart this match which was great. We wanted to focus on essentially. You know it's because roydon on it of the games kind of up really A lot of places. I mean But in montesinos against psg we real in prospect and an straightway. I said was a game that was will essentially spectacle a quick vr. Think that falange pause. Psg with in and all that you can't delve into is the most iconic potato boy that will happen. The parts russell manually dominated possession And if their pop chevron ten at seven points and be more clinical Than than they could've put about book from funds perspective. Will someone connection to john for longtime team. Yeah it was. It was like really entertaining game. But ultimately i've got several taste matthau as a united fan and axial remember saying after beat leipzig and psg into games. This is going to really suck in four weeks time. When would go out. Because we dropped points against istanbul boxer hair and just throw the amazing position ourselves in a way and looking over like all these done in early in that pendulum just keeps swinging. And as it started so wonderfully. It's now not a great. You're absolutely right about the game i think. Psg are such a strange teams such a strange team. Fifteen minutes they were absolutely spot. Sparkling neymar both really they. They had complete control in the midfield. And see when you saw that midfield pre game that you probably four yet. Psg stronger on paper set. Maybe bruno probably but he was very much more of an attack on of a free very monroe and then they just completely to the f. off the gas the way that they do they just don't seem to be. This team is ever able to put together for ninety minutes. I can't think of a single dominating. Psg performance why. Since at one point they decided to go full to like mid to low block and just like Syringe possession appears time. And i'm just baffled because psg with all the power that they have what should be looking to dominate this game again that they needed to it. Unless we saying that to clam is just to really be really good counterattacking outfit. Which essentially yeah. Yeah and absolutely when you've got name on of course you're going to be super dangerous on the counter..

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"jimmy floyd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

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"Two I'm Jimmy Floyd you are listening to All Things Considered on W. NYC and I'm so pleased to be joined this evening by my colleague here at W. NYC our program director Jacquelyn sin cada thank you Jamie and thank you to you if you've made a contribution supporting our spring fundraiser effort either in the pre drive leading up to this by responding to one of the emails you may have received or one of the letters in the mail you may have received or by taking part during the three day drive because we've been talking about how we reduce this nine day typically nine day drive into just three days it's a bit of a paradox for us because we need more money than we normally do during our spring fundraiser because we've lost millions and millions of dollars in corporate revenue certainly from arts organizations we can understand why those folks are needing to cut back and we understand why people needed to cut back but that's where it leaves us in a deficit of millions and millions of dollars so the paradox of trying to raise more money but doing it in a three day period instead of a nine day period is really quite an undertaking for us it's a quite a leap of faith but I have faith in you I have faith that when you listen to W. NYC and hear what you hear on this station and get the service and get the news and get a little bit of a break from the news as well that you will be able to really realize how important your role is in making a contribution and by the way we've been saying it and I'll say it again we know that not everybody can make a contribution right now and that's fine we don't have a pay wall we are a mission based independent public media organization for a reason but if you can if you can make a contribution we are urging you to do it right now on the last day of our drive and Hey maybe you can make a deeper contribution for somebody who can't I also just want to say we've got thank you gifts available if that's the enticement you need they are there for you you can see them at W. NYC dot org my favorite the one that I'm going to mention is the W. NYC.

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"Right up but first we are coming to you during our short three day pledge drive and we've limited W. NYC spring fundraiser to just three days this week so we can get you back to the news and programming that you're relying on in these very challenging times but we do need to cover the increased expense of bringing you these these reported stories right now and that means that we do need to raise more money than we normally would in our spring pledge drive and we've got to do it in just three days so we're asking you to please make a donation right now if you possibly can give it W. NYC dot org or call eight eight eight three seven six nine six nine two that's eight eight eight three seven six W. NYC I'm Jimmy Floyd this is All Things Considered this afternoon I'm so pleased to be joined by my W. NYC colleague Matt Katz hi Jamie thank you so the reason why you're listening right now is the same reason why you give and that's because you feel a part of this community so when you go online if you go online to get if you go to W. I. C. dot org click on the donate button you can leave us a comment and I just wanted Jamie to read a couple of comments that we just got today this is just a random sampling of comments Rachel from Brooklyn says I've always listened to WNYC each morning but now that I work remotely and have been living alone for the last two months it's become a constant companion I am so grateful for all that you do Rachel hello I'm sure we're in your home in Brooklyn right now we're grateful for you this is a comment from Serra from Bellamy New Jersey the news and entertainment I get from W. NYC.

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"NYC I'm Jimmy Floyd in a city of small kitchens and little time restaurants have always held a special place in the heart of New Yorkers they're also an important employer of a diverse and extensive work force but W. N. Y. C.'s Rebecchi Barbara reports many of them are expected to go out of business during the current shutdown Stefan journal wanted to open a place that was like the French bistros he grew up with in Paris so he found a quiet corner on the Lower East Side and opened Lee is on the phone to blam children of Bohemia with a few partners and his wife Cathy Lang ho they describe it as a local joint neighbors leave their apartment keys in the restaurant when they're away because the people on the air and asked us if we can honor their plan is a plan to manage because we have the meats after the state ordered all nonessential businesses to close last month the couple tried to keep the restaurant open for pick up and deliveries but that only lasted two days it was not an option for the workers because we have worked with believing blockchain knowing queens and Bronx and that you just don't want them to take the risk you take that through transportation and then for the right so they shut the restaurant stores and laid off ten of their employees it's meant to be temporary but the bills are piling up sure now says they still have to pay about fifteen thousand dollars a month that includes rent utilities insurance leases on equipment like dishwashers they've applied for several federal relief loans including the paycheck protection program but it's been almost three weeks and they haven't heard anything about their application nothing now it's feels like we're just dumping all over things into a big black hole not even an email notes you've done and circling you like wait we overwhelm too much people we need two more weeks but if you re morning when you wake up the first thing you look at your email to see if you have news and you don't have to use and you start the day with this feeling no use restaurants account for forty percent of covert nineteen related layoffs the most of any industry according to state labor department data though the numbers are very incomplete the survey out last week found that four out of every five restaurant workers in New York state have been laid off around five hundred and twenty thousand people it is catastrophic professor question on do ray chairs the department of nutrition and food studies at NYU he says the city's restaurants have never faced a crisis of this magnitude especially smaller immigrant owned ones they can't stay afloat more than two weeks without sales some sit down restaurants have turned to take out and delivery to survive Emanu el Negro owns a studio fifty seven and the west village I knew that buy clothing that was for sure going to lose money unfortunately he's still losing money even though the restaurant sometimes makes up to one hundred emails a day he's had to tell his landlord rent we'll have to wait I have debated food of course and the people and that's the first priority did we have and that's what I told the manager good my ground on that and that I would be very happy to pay the rent as well as soon as possible for us to do it still needed is taking it day by day he's part of a what's app group of more than two hundred restaurateurs who traded device and offer solace even suggest low on the daily basis that there are other people that are suffering from the statement you do a show on and that aspect that make you a little bit more well you know what I they can't let up all all the restaurants like his are at risk of failing in the first round of federal small business loans several chain restaurants were able to get millions of dollars while smaller ones were left behind professor rate of and why you predicts half of the city's restaurants might not make it in the next two years and that could have lasting effects on New York it's a kind of a deck of a city so I think of sitting as this can often access kind of livelihoods and light reading mass and what and then he is doing is destroying livelihoods and in the process of destroying the lively that's a city which is the main like if the city ray says the new round of federal small business loans should help but will likely not be enough to rescue the city's restaurant scene Rebecca Ebara W. NYC news here at W. NYC we've been mourning the loss of our colleague Richard Hagen passed away on Friday at the age of fifty one Richard had a lot of passions in life and if you were fortunate enough to sit within earshot of him you heard about all of them he love the news business he loved food he loves theater one thing Richard didn't love sports but he loves New York and he appreciated the cultural role sports played in the life of the city Richard also adored his parents his mother joy Colombo and his father Richard hake a retired NYPD detective Bronx native and lifelong fan of the New York Yankees to remember Richard we thought we'd share this conversation he had with his dad about the south Bronx neighborhood around Yankee Stadium back in the nineteen seventies the same neighborhood where his dad once walked the beat this conversation originally aired on WNYC back in twenty ten after the death of longtime Yankees owner George Steinbrenner hi dad Hey Richard how are you I'm well thanks for coming on us so when you started working in the forty fourth precinct in the nineteen seventies that was a pretty rough area crime was high some pretty unsavory things happened in and around and I you work in anti crime what tell us what that is well I think prime is where you will actually refer troll minute you working plainclothes trying to fit in we in the community and at that time that her wooden as active edition was rampant in the Bronx and it was robberies and muggings all over the neighborhood anti stadiums we were trying to prevent that at the time now around in the early seventies you told me a story once about something that happened right outside of Yankee Stadium while you were actually in a taxi cab Bob pretending to be a taxi driver exactly what what happened was there was a whole line of work is lining up to clean the stadium and then they that's what they did and I actually witnessed two guys fight eating and which time one pulled out a knife and the step the the other fellow in the stomach and which time I jump down my chase them and he ran into the stadium and I chase them across the stadium from center field actually to participate which were apprehended you got in the first place we've heard a lot of criticism of George Steinbrenner but you also had some good experiences in terms of relationship on that he had with the police force it would show it always felt he hold the forty fourth free since some kind of the knowledge meant because they would take care to stadium protected during the off season and one season so he started to have a picnic for the man of the forty fourth precinct at which time we could bring our families our kids I mean the kids it was a big big thing for the kids to actually play in Yankee Stadium I have to say I was one of those kids who did play in Yankee Stadium eyes also clearly remembered that the you would bring the police horses into the stadium and the kids will get rides around the track as the dads were playing actually on the field it was a big thing you know I actually fantasize that.

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"NYC in New York I'm Jimmy Floyd the U. S. Senate's proposed stimulus bill would provide four billion dollars to the MTA the agency is currently losing one hundred twenty million dollars each week due to the drop in fare and toll revenue speaking at the MTA's board meeting earlier today the agency's chairman Pat Forde said federal funding was a good start we need four billion dollars but we're only at the starting point of this crisis we will need substantially more than that to survive Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says the money will arrive next month and says the agency will be able to spend it however it wants the MTA declined to provide specifics on how the money will be spent but said that without it the agency would be unable to make payroll for its workers in New Jersey officials say the surge of covert nineteen cases in the states hardest hit counties could peak in two to three weeks said health commissioner Judy pursue Kelly says the most impacted counties of the state or only slightly behind New York for directory where officials expect the service to peak in the next fourteen to twenty one days so when we say this peak in New York I think we can expect Bergen Essex and Hudson counties will follow the trend Percy Gailey said she hopes governor Phil Murphy's stay at home order and other mitigation tactics will lessen the viruses impact in the garden state there are about four thousand four hundred confirmed covert nineteen cases in New Jersey sixty two people in the state have died.

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"Questions about the future of negotiations on Jimmy Floyd. This is all things considered on WNYC. President Trump was uncharacteristically circumspect about walking away from the negotiating table. We actually had papers ready to be signed. But it just wasn't appropriate. I want to do it. Right. I'd much rather. Do it. Right. And do it fast. Simply coverage is coming right up close. Michael Cohen back on Capitol Hill for closed door testimony in the house intelligence committee and how the nation's childhood poverty. Wait could be cut in half over the next ten years. That's coming up after news headlines. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer. President Trump arrives back home tonight. Without a firm commitment from his denuclearization talks with North Korea. Trump says he cut the summit short after Kim Jong owned demanded the removal of all sanctions NPR's. Anthony Kuhn reports from Hanoi side of the summit North Korea's telling a different story. Foreign minister Leon ho told a rare press conference after the summit that North Korea had asked only for the removal of some sanctions. And in return. He said Pyongyang would offer this. What are you doing? We we will permanently in completely dismantled all the nuclear material production facilities. He said in a young young area, including plutonium and uranium Yongbyon is the north main nuclear facility. The also pledged permanent freeze on nuclear and long range missile tests. But he said Trump's demands went beyond Yongbyon, effectively scuttling, what Lee calls a reasonable offer, Anthony Kuhn, NPR news Hanoi. The Senate is confirming Andrew Wheeler as the new head of the Environmental Protection Agency and bureau's Rebecca hersher reports weather's been leading the agency since his predecessor Scott Pruitt resigned last year. Andrew Wheeler has spent his entire career in Washington DC much of it as a key staff member on the Senate committee that oversees the EPA there he worked on chemical regulations as well as air and water pollution rules much of his work has centered on reducing or simplifying regulations for industry in recent years. Wheeler was a lobbyist for some of the largest coal chemical and uranium companies in the US beginning in two thousand seventeen he served as former EPA administrator Scott Pruitt's deputy until Pruitt resigned over alleged ethics violations. The Senate voted fifty two to forty seven today to confirm Wheeler as the permanent. The EPA Republican Senator Susan Collins of Maine joined Democrats in voting. No, Rebecca, hersher, NPR news. The UN Security Council is rejecting to proposed resolutions on Venezuela. One. Sponsored by the US the other by Russia. The US Bank resolution which supports opposition leader. One Guido did receive the minimum nine votes to pass. But was vetoed by Russia and China US envoy Venezuela Elliot Abrams spoke after the US resolution was vetoed regrettably by voting against this resolution. Some members of this council continue to shield Maduro and his cronies and prolong the suffering of the Venezuelan people Russian back resolution which backs President Nicolas Maduro received four votes in favor seven opposed with four members of staining quite says who returned to Caracas this weekend, despite what he called threats US stock market indices closed slightly lower today after a government report showed the economy grew more slowly than forecast at the end of last year. The Dow Jones and. Industrial average fell sixty nine points to end the session at twenty five thousand nine sixteen. The NASDAQ was down twenty one points, the S and P five hundred fell seven points. This is NPR. This is WNYC in New York. I'm David I city bike plans to expand its fleet of electric bikes tenfold from two hundred to four thousand by the spring for now there has been no extra cost to ride the pedal assist e bikes, but WNYC's Stephen Nessin reports that's about to change starting April twenty-seventh it'll cost two dollars. Each time. A member grabs an electric bike Citi. Bike says these bikes cost more to maintain because workers have to swap out batteries when they run low Citi bike spokesperson, Julie would says the electric bikes let people take longer trips and take on steeper terrain electric make riding over a bridge a real breeze. So we think that that's really going to be a great option for people. You'll bikes will still be available. Woods says an April Citi bike will revise it subscription rates to incorporate the. E bikes police say a twelve year old boy was behind anti semitic graffiti spotted at a queens playground last week in a tweet last night. And why PD chief of detectives Dermott Shay wrote that police arrested the boy following an anonymous tip. He has since been charged with aggravated harassment as a hate crime and released to his parents, the new Broadway. Production of kill a Mockingbird has been a hit. But that hasn't stopped. It's producers from threatening to sue small companies performing it in other cities. For decades. Small theaters around the US have performed a difference adaptation of Harper Lee's book, but New York Times reporter Michael Paulson says the producers behind the new version scripted by screenwriter Aaron Sorkin are trying to protect the prophets of future tour. If you see version of to kill a Mockingbird in a community theater. Hugh might have less of an appetite to see a different version of the same story at a much higher price. Paulson says in some cases, small theaters. Percent cease and desist letters just days before their curtains were sent.

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"President Trump is continuing to make the argument that there is a crisis at the southern border, but congress appears no closer to funding his border wall. I'm Jimmy Floyd. This is all things considered on WNYC. The president is not wavering in his position. We don't have a barrier a very substantial Barry of some kind never going to be able to solve this problem. Coming up. Our coverage continues as for load federal employees miss their first paychecks today. Meanwhile, Central American migrants waiting and Tijuana are wondering whether the journey was worth it and season three of HBO's that series true detective starring Muhammad Ali premiers Sunday NPR TV critic, Eric Dega has a review after news headlines. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer. President Trump says he will sign a Bill giving back paid federal workers affected by the government shutdown. NPR's timbre Keith explains it is now in its twenty first day, some eight hundred thousand federal employees are furloughed or working without pay. President Trump signaled these workers will eventually get back. Pay cash will sign in congress making sure that everybody's going to be paid immediately upon when this is over. I really appreciate the fact that they they have handled it so incredibly well federal contractors also missing out on work in pay are not covered by this legislation. It's not clear when the shutdown will be over congress went home for the weekend after a week with no noticeable progress ever since President Trump walked out of any ago sheeting session on Wednesday tamra, Keith NPR news. The White House more signs the partial government shutdown tied to the battle over a border wall is beginning to bite in Miami officials there say they'll have to close terminal early over the next few days because of a lack of staff with federal workers, not receiving paychecks. Officials say more of them are not showing up for work. That's putting a strain on resources. The airports has starting this weekend. It will end flights at one PM at concourse g we allocate them to one of two other concourses at the airport. Miami is the nation's fourteenth busiest US airport handling around twenty million passengers annually. Negotiations continue in Los Angeles between the teachers union, and that city's public school district there hammering out of new contract in order to avoid a massive strike the union to set for Monday, January fourteenth NPR's, listen, add warning has more numbers of United teachers Los Angeles have been working without a contract for over a year, the union wants, smaller classes, and nurses in schools five days a week. The district has previously said it doesn't have the money to pay for all that the late Thursday, it signalled more money may be of the eligible as a strike looms Monday. Teachers are preparing Jennifer Lindsay has been trying to teach lessons that will stick with her students over a strike from trying to balance being a union member and not wanting to like make it any easier for the district and being a teacher, and a mom and wanting to give my kids like everything the district says if the strike happened schools will be open even without teachers listen to NPR news, Los Angeles, stocks slipped slightly today. And what has been a pretty strong recent showing by the financial markets some analysts. Blaming old fashioned profit-taking after the first decline in the broad market in six straight sessions. Energy shares also moved slightly lower today as oil prices eased. Checking the numbers the Dow Jones industrial average closed down five points today to end the week at twenty three thousand nine ninety five. The NASDAQ fell fourteen points to sixty nine seventy one the standard and Poor's five hundred closed down a fraction today to end the session at twenty five ninety six you're listening to NPR. This is WNYC. I'm Jamie Floyd thousands of firefighters in dress uniform stood silently at attention along Brooklyn street this afternoon as services for thirty year old F D N Y officer, Steven polar were held at good shepherd church in chief said bay the firefighter fell to his death while trying to aid people involved in a car crash polar was responding to the vehicle collision on an elevated portion of the belt Parkway when he fell through a gap crossing the highway and dropped more. Than fifty feet. Commissioner Daniel Niagara said safety instruction for that type of situation will be added to F D N Y training polar comes from a family of firefighters. He'd been with ladder company. One seventy for just one and a half years at midnight tonight. The government shutdown will tie for the distinction of being the longest federal shutdown on record WNYC's WNYC's ran in Corby says federal employees are taking a hard look at options James Brazzale works for the Federal Aviation Administration. He instructs equipment at an air traffic center in Westbury, Long Island. He's been showing up for work since the shutdown began, but like many federal workers right now, he's not getting paid. He says he and his colleagues are starting to seriously consider quitting their federal jobs. I mean, how can you go without getting a paycheck or getting, you know, Uber's looking pretty good an estimated twenty one thousand federal employees in New York, New jersey, Mr. paychecks this week for the first time since the shutdown began that group includes airport security workers in. Environmental analysts and the entire staff of the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan, New York City's housing authority is in search of thirty two billion dollars to pay for repairs. But tonight, a group of comedian is throwing show to put a dent in that Bill organized by Saturday Night Live Michael J the night for Niger is raising money for the fund for public housing, a nonprofit that partners with the housing authority change all the New York Times that as someone who grew up in the Alfred e Smith houses, he's acutely aware of the problems facing the beleaguered agency, the comedian has also organized a separate fundraiser for those who want to contribute, but can't make it to tonight's sold out show. Ed Irving plaza. Currently twenty nine degrees. Feels like fourteen at six oh six support for NPR comes from the Walton family foundation where opportunity takes root more information is available at Walton family foundation dot org. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro. Audie Cornish as of midnight tonight. The current partial government shutdown will be the longest in US history at the heart of it is a fight over whether to fund a wall along the US Mexico border. Democrats are refusing and President Trump is refusing to reopen the government until they do he's been talking about declaring a national emergency to go around congress and fund the wall. But today Trump took his foot off the gas on that one easy solution is for me to call a national emergency. I could do that very quickly. The absolute right to do it. I'm not gonna do it so fast because this is something congress should do. And we'll waiting for the Democrats vote. They should come back and vote and be our White House correspondent hammer Keith was in the room for that. She joins us now. Hey there, Tom. Hello. So why is the president backing away from an emergency declaration? It had seemed like he was headed directly for the emergency. Dirk declaration that. He was almost in a hurry to do it. And then earlier today he met with Senator Lindsey Graham who is a close ally of his Graham came out of that meeting and said, Mr President declare a national emergency now build a wall. Now that was a statement from Graham, so we all went into this meeting thinking the president was well on his way to making this emergency declaration. But instead he said that it's not something. He's looking to do right now asked why he raised the specter of legal challenges. He said that he feels like he's on totally solid ground. But he pointed out what? Happened with the travel ban early in his administration where it got hung up in various legal challenges and went to multiple levels of appeal. And and he said that he would rather just have congress do this. He said it could be done in fifteen minutes. I'm not sure anybody agrees that it could be done in fifteen minutes. Can you bring us up to date on a Goshi rate? So negotiations are not happening as far as we can tell I asked a White House official about negotiations. He said, I should go talk to Democrats in congress and the house and the Senate left for the day earlier today they left for the weekend. They won't be back until Monday. So we are guaranteed that this will be the longest government shutdown in US history and counting before they left. They did take some action, right? What happened? They did. They passed a legislation to provide back pay for federal workers today is the first day that a lot of workers are are missing out on paychecks eight hundred thousand or so. Federal workers are affected by this. Some are working without pay. Some are not working at all. And also not getting paid the president weighed in on this Bill that was passed and says that he will sign it. So that means that once this thing finally ins, and the government reopens, and we have no idea when that will be those federal employees will get back pay for for the time that the government was shut down. That's NPR's tamra Keith. Thank you. You're welcome was the shutdown approaches record length. We're going to talk about the politics of the standoff with our Friday analysts Mary Katharine ham of CNN and Jonathan Kaye part of the Washington Post. Thank you both for being here in the studio today. Thank you. All right. Okay. So when the clock strikes, midnight, this will be the longest shutdown in history and all three of us have been in Washington for other government shutdowns. But this is the only one I've ever seen whereas the days and weeks go by the two sides don't appear to get any closer together. So how do you each see this ending Mary, Catherine? Well, I think the national emergency solution. And I'm making air quotes is is what would end it quickly. But I think here's the problem is that it's sort of a cop out for both parties. Democrats could say, hey, we didn't give him any money for the wall. And Trump can say got the wall. But it makes problem solving in the future so much harder. It's genuinely bad for society, executive overreach will not help them solve problems in the future. And they need to be able to do that. I think in the end in this. I think this is why Trump is backing off. I think he thinks he has an edge here. And that they Democrats may come down and just have to relinquish their point on a little bit of physical barrier. Jonathan do you see that happening? And how would it happen without any actual negotiations? Right. I see no end in sight to your point about being in this situation before at least, we knew that there were honest brokers on all sides, and despite the rhetoric coming out publicly behind the scenes, they're all feverish feverishly working to come to a solution. But also working off the same set of facts, that's not what's happening here. And so I think that as long as the president keeps saying that he wants a border wants the border wall. Eight excuse me, eight physical wall that is going to be a problem for Democrats. If they are able to have a conversation about brought about border security writ large, which Democrats Democrats are more than happy to have. They're talking about any measures staffing and drones and other in when you talk to when you talk to people on the house side, they will tell you. You know, the first Bill that speaker Pelosi past was the old Senate Bill that passed unanimously in the old congress which had money for the wall other border security things, but also something dealing with other immigration have all the money for the wall. The President Trump grant not all the money that the president wanted. But it went down because the president at the last minute pulled the rug out from under it in the last congress. That's the that's the impasse that we're at here. So you married, Catherine. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, the reason that I think this is because if you look at the pure political calculus, and that's political pressure is what ends these things, right? Donald Trump's pressure point is not federal workers being out. Out of their paychecks. It's just not I'm not I'm not taking a position on that morally. But that's not his pressure point. It is a pressure point for Democrats, but we have seen a few Republicans in congress joined Democrats in voting to reopen the government could those numbers grow as a shutdown stretches on they could I do think Trump is pretty dug in on this on. I do think he has to get some sort of physical barrier money in a package. I think a package could work, but there has to be some give on the physical part of it. Although I have been down the thousand times before about Donald Trump was right? Go ahead. I was going to say here's the thing about his saying in the clip that you played he's not going to do it. So fast meeting declare a national a national emergency. If he if he were to I'm not convinced that he's not actually going to go through and do it. Yeah. I want to ask about that. Because he has not totally ruled out declaring a national emergency. Let's listen for a moment to what both. He and Nancy Pelosi have said about that this week. In many ways, it's easy way out, but this is up to congress, and it should be up to congress. They should do. I think he's going to have to answer to his own party on his usurping that much power. That idea that Republicans would make him pay price. If he did that how persuasive do you think that is to Mary, Catherine? Do you think that's true? I don't think he cares that much about what many Republicans think as he has shown over and over again and look executive overreach is an issue, and it is the easy way out, but it is a short term solution. And it is a long term very big problem. And it was by the way, something that conservatives pointed out when Obama did the DACA action would not actually solve that problem. And is a problem moving forward, and Jonathan with this then be a green light for future democratic president to declare national emergency for something like climate change, something like climate change, something like gun safety..

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"Live from NPR news in Culver City, California, Dwayne Brown. One of the first prisoners to be released under a new federal criminal Justice reform laws at Tennessee man, convicted twice for the same crack offense from member station. W P L N at a Martinelli reports. Matthew, Charles serve two decades behind bars for selene crack before a federal judge released him in two thousand sixteen citing good behavior that prosecutors successfully argued last may that Charles was released an error. So he was ordered back to prison for another decade the first step act new avenue for his freedom one of his attorneys. Sean Hopwood says Charles is the first prisoner to be released because of it we use Matthew story to sell lawmakers on why the first step back home port. Why the fountain provision lead to Anjar fountains of an unjust outcomes. Help with notes it's unclear how the new law will affect other. Crack offenders for NPR news. I'm Elliot the MARTINI alien Nashville financial markets took a nosedive again today after tech giant apple announced it expects lower revenue from lagging iphone sales during the holidays apple blames part of the decline on weaker demand in China. They disappointing results sent a shudder through the stock market, reinforcing investor fears that the world's second largest economy is in trouble Zachary caravel, contributing editor for wired says the long term impact on the market is uncertain. People may want to know, this means that the trade war is deeply impacting American companies and hurting the Chinese economy, and it's clearly impacting American companies, and it's clearly somewhat denting Chinese economic activity over the past month, but beyond that it's just too soon to tell stocks finished lower across the board on Wall Street after news from apple the Dow dropped six hundred sixty points down about three percent. The tech heavy NASDAQ lost two hundred two points down three percent, the S and P. She was down two and a half percent. You're listening to NPR and this is WNYC in New York. I'm Jimmy Floyd a special election for New York City. Public advocate is set for February twenty six it's the first citywide special election in decades, and WNYC's brigid Bergen reports the rules are unique for this race. You won't see anyone running as a democrat or Republican to actually appear on the ballot candidates must create their own party name. And collect nearly four thousand signatures from registered voters. And there's another quirk, Melissa Mark Viverito. Former city council speaker running on the fix the MTA party line explains. The other interesting thing is that unlike a primary here whoever files I their petitions is first on the ballot Merck. Never rito is vying for that top spot. Among nearly two dozen declared candidates turning in her petitions just one day after candidates were allowed to start collecting them. It's been. Nearly two weeks since the partial shutdown of the federal government and immigration. Judges are worried about the impact on their jobs. New quota system requires them to complete seven hundred cases per year to get a good performance rating. But some of them fear the number will be hard to achieve what the shutdown Amina Khan is executive vice president of the immigration judges union, the judge's work for the Justice department. The agency will and should take into account that this was a unforced seen event and the consequences of this event will impact the judge's ability to meet those numbers Connor south is an immigration judge in New York trial scheduled during the shutdown are being postponed by up to three years because there is a backlog of cases and New York City based biotech company is making a big purchase in New Jersey. Bristol Myers Squibb is buying the company cell, gene for about seventy four billion dollars. And Silverman is a columnist for the health website stat. He says cell gene known for a life saving cancer drug has been struggling for over a year to cope they raise price on a key drug. They bought back stock, but the stock didn't recover Bristol-Myers looked at this. But hey, there undervalue this is a good bargain. The combined company will have nine products with more than a billion in annual sales. But Silverman says Bristol Myers Squibb may lay off some of cell genes. Seven thousand.

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President Trump, President And President Putin discussed on All Things Considered

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President Trump, President And President Putin discussed on All Things Considered

"With the president of China this weekend. Both are locked in a multi-billion dollar trade war. Civil rights leaders say the indictment of four Saint Louis metropolitan police officers reveals a troubling mindset. Inside the department Saint Louis public radio's Rachel Lipman reports. The officers are facing federal charges for their roles in the assault of an undercover officer during a two thousand seventeen protests. The charges include excessive force obstruction of Justice and lying to a grand jury four officers have been suspended without pay the undercover detective was among hundreds of people arrested at downtown Saint Louis in September of last year. It was the third day of protests after a white for a police officer was acquitted of shooting and killing a black, man. That's Rachel Lipman reporting. This is NPR and I'm Jimmy Floyd for WNYC. Some New York City council. Members are introducing a Bill to make the government bidding process with corporations more transparent. The new law would prohibit officials from signing nondisclosure agreements with companies as happened in the Amazon deal councilmember Brad Lander says he feels that level of secrecy should not happen again. If the law had been in place, the city would have had to say we can't sign a non disco. Agreement. So there's two choices. We can make a bid, but it has to be public and people would be able to see it. The Bill is cosponsored by council members Monty Williams and Jimmy van Bremer atop regional Federal Housing administrator is calling for the arrest of three Niger officials after a report found they regularly lied about elevator. Inspections. Lynn Pat overseas region, two of the department of housing and urban development, which includes New York and New Jersey yesterday. She tweeted that the Niger employees should be jailed after they were charged with dozens of felony counts. For falsifying inspection reports. Daily news reporter, Greg Smith says Patten has little authority to pursue the case herself. She has almost nothing to do with this. I guess it's well intention that she does ask a question that is important. And that is did anybody higher up the ladder condone this behavior that isn't really important question. That's the most important question. Smith says the case will be handled by. The district attorney, and Shirley Chisholm story is coming to the big screen and Oscar winning actress viola Davis is bringing it to life. Davis is set to produce and star in a new film about Chisholm for Amazon studios called the fighting, Shirley Chisholm Chisholm, the first black woman ever elected to congress represented New York's twelfth district in the house of representatives from nineteen sixty nine to nine thousand nine hundred eighty three. She was also the first woman to seek the democratic party's presidential nomination in nineteen seventy-two Chisholm died in two thousand five at age eighty and we'll have a retrospective later on all things considered tonight. We've got a twenty percent chance of light rain, otherwise cloudy with a low around thirty four degrees. Currently forty two degrees and cloudy at four oh, six support for NPR comes from farmers insurance committed to helping people understand the ins and outs have insurance. So they can prepare for lives ups and downs. Coverage op. Options and more information can be found at farmers dot com. This is all things considered for men. PR news. I'm Mary Louise Kelley, and I'm Audie Cornish all is run. President Trump's first day the twenty summit in Argentina. He's working his way through a series of meetings. There Trump's visit comes on the heels of a big development and special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation a guilty plea by his former attorney Michael Cohen, and what it revealed about Trump's efforts to land a business deal with Russia during the two thousand sixteen campaign NPR White House correspondent tamra Keith is traveling with the president and joins us now from when his IRAs their town. Hey, ATI sometimes when a president goes overseas. The White House is trying to leave all the domestic troubles behind is that the case this time, the answer would seem to be no. And and the reason I say that is that President Trump was supposed to have a meeting here with Russian President Vladimir Putin, he abruptly cancelled that on the way to Argentina via tweet saying it was because of Russian aggression against Ukraine, but then this afternoon there were. Reports of a possibly an informal meeting happening between Trump and Putin. Those reports were being pushed from Russia and the White House put out a sort of an odd statement referring to the Mueller investigation. Sarah Sanders sent this along she said the Russian witch-hunt hoax, which is hopefully now nearing an end is doing very well. Unfortunately, it probably does undermine our relationship with Russia, which was not entirely the answer to the question that we were asking another way that we know that the president's thinking about it is that he's been tweeting about it from here in Argentina a little while ago. Reporter's got to ask the president questions, and and one of the questions was about why he cancelled his meeting with Putin. He insisted it was because of Ukraine, hopefully, they'll be able to settle it out. Flowers amazing with president. The basis of what took place. With respect to the ships, sailors that was the. In the meantime, what else has been going on at the g twenty one big thing that happened today was before the g twenty started a signing ceremony at the president's hotel with the leaders of Canada and Mexico signing the US MCA that is the trade deal that will replace NAFTA. One interesting note is that during remarks, President Trump and president Pineyro of Mexico. It was his last day on the job both referred to it as the US MCA, which is the preferred title that President Trump likes, but prime minister Trudeau kept calling it new NAFTA, even though President Trump does not like the term NAFTA at all. But you know, this is a notable moment because this is a step in the process of President Trump, keeping a campaign promise that said congress and legislatures in Mexico and Canada still need to sign off on this on another subject. The Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman is there. He's of course, been under scrutiny since the killing of journalist Jamal kashogi has he actually interacted with President Trump yet. So a White House official says that they just exchanged pleasantries that there was no discussion. This comes in pretty big contrast with a video that's been circulating of Russian President Putin, and m Bs exchanging sort of an intricate high five that looked very celebratory the president is under some scrutiny about this because he has questioned the CIA assessment that NBS ordered the killing of Jamal kashogi. That's NPR's tamra Keith tamra. Thank you. You're welcome. And we're going to start right there with the g twenty talks in Argentina for our regular week in politics chat. We also need to take stock of another wild week in the Russia investigation. David Brooks of the New York Times is here in the studio as he often has on Friday, David with you and Susan Glasser. The New Yorker, welcome to you. Thanks so much. So President Trump signed this new NAFTA deal today, except as we just heard we're not supposed to call it NAFTA anymore. That's controversial. We are referring to the United States Mexico Canada agreement the US MCA, Scott, I'm tempted to call it also maybe prospects for a trade deal or some sort of agreement with China that may be coming together down at the g twenty Susan. Let me start with you does this count as progress in a year where we have spent a lot more time talking about trade wars than trade deals. Well, look, I think President Trump made a decision to sort of pull back from the brink and to declare victory with the reincarnated NAFTA. Whatever you wanna call it, most experts, and I'm not one on this subject. Do believe that it essentially is a reincarnated NAFTA that it builds on the foundation substantially of the original went and by the way, it's not attend deal. I should point out that there's going to be a real political fight. I think. Up here in Washington on Capitol Hill over approving this. So it's not over. Although President Trump was was taking it as a victory lap. Today was also strengthened by government coming in Mexico, which will inherit the steel by a president on his last day there. That's right. And and I thought you saw the lasting hard feelings as a result of these very tough negotiations with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau who did appear at the last minute was uncertain at the signing ceremony today in Buenos Aires. But had some strong words for President Trump, and you've had this amazing spectacle. What have we taken to get here of the United States going after candidate one of its closest allies, David your takeaway, so far from the g twenty well, so far the image of Muhammad bin Salman and Putin doing an end zone dance together is the big takeaway video circulating of them doing a hi fi. Looking very cheer an image. It's a symbol. It's a symbol of an era in which the wolves of the global international order are on the March and undeterred because there's no one. Deter them. And so that's one thing. The second thing I think is the China US relationship and this thank heaven is not a Trump related story to me the big change in US China relations is that we used to have people who were friends of China somewhere, foes of China and the foreign policy establishment sort of split. That's no longer the case. Now, everyone sees China as a challenge, but as a foe Hank pulse in the former treasury fare gave a speech in Singapore recently in which he laid that very clearly and he was very much in the camp. So when Trump talks tough on China trade, he now has a lot of people who are not normally his friends actually thinking he's doing the right thing me loop.

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'Just another bad book': Trump dismisses Woodward's explosive book

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'Just another bad book': Trump dismisses Woodward's explosive book

"Details are emerging about a new book by journalist. Bob Woodward, looking at President Trump's first team, I eighteen months in office. Washington Post citing excerpts of yet to be released book, including Trump's own chief of staff. John Kelly calling him an idiot in private Kelly's nine ever said that book also claims Trump wanted Syrian President, Bashar Al Assad assassinated, but his Defense Secretary reportedly ignored the request. The White House is called the book titled fear, quote, nothing more than fabricated

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Marijuana, NYPD and Terrance Monahan discussed on All Things Considered

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Marijuana, NYPD and Terrance Monahan discussed on All Things Considered

"Tomorrow the NYPD. Will no longer arrest most people caught smoking marijuana in public instead they'll simply, issue summonses it's the centerpiece of a new marijuana enforcement strategy announced by mayor. De Blasio and NYPD leadership back in June but the new policy is, not without its critics

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More than 1000 kids in NYC public housing tested positive for lead

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More than 1000 kids in NYC public housing tested positive for lead

"Officials say that more than a thousand Children living in public housing have been lead poisoned since two. Thousand twelve estimates. Indicate that one thousand one hundred sixty children living in Nitra properties had levels of lead high enough to be considered dangerous by the federal government, daily news reporter Greg Smith says the city had not used. Federal standards to measure for lead poisoning until this year. They've said repeatedly that a total of nineteen children were lead, poisoned in nitro apartment over the last several years but these numbers contradict that in a big. Way most of these children. Were under six years old, lead poisoning is especially dangerous for young children and can cause developmental

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Trump says U.S. may pursue separate trade deal with Mexico

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Trump says U.S. may pursue separate trade deal with Mexico

"Uh. A Russian woman charged with working as an unregistered foreign agent was in Washington DC courtroom today for the first time since her arrest on. Sunday I'm Jimmy. Floyd this is all things considered on WNYC President Trump is still, answering questions about his controversial remarks. In Helsinki there's been no president ever as tough as, I have been on Russia but today Trump also said no when asked whether Russia is still targeting the. US continuing coverage is coming, right, up plus people took to the streets of Haiti last weekend causing the prime minister and his cabinet to resign and is glass making a comeback. As a competitor. Plastic we'll find out after news headlines Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm, Jack Speer some, Democrats on Capitol Hill said. They wanna hear from the one US government employees who was in the room with President Trump and Russia's Vladimir. Putin, that would be, the interpreters, bureaus Michele Kelemen explains Trump and Putin met for two hours without any aids in the Kremlin has since spoken about agreements. That were, made behind closed doors some senators now want to hear from, the State, Department interpreter. Who was in the room State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert says there's no precedent. For that I can tell you there's no formal request to have the. Interpreter appear before any congressional, committees. At this point overall as general manager you know. We always seek to work with. Congress now where it is also downplaying suggestions that there, were any agreements reached in Helsinki she says there were modest proposals to set up US Russia working groups. Michelle Kellerman NPR news the state Department President Trump says there is a possibility the US may reach a separate trade deal. With Mexico and then do another deal. With Canada for. Their throwing into doubt the future of the North American Free trade agreement Trump speaking ahead of a cabinet meeting today pointed to progress being made with. Mexico's new president of the election promises made by Trump was for a reworking of the Twenty-four-year-old trade agreement known as NAFTA negotiations between the parties which began last August have been moving. Slowly Google will be appealing a fine of more than five billion dollars after European anti-trust officials found, the, company guilty of, abusing its power in the..

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Obama Speaks in South Africa

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Obama Speaks in South Africa

"The State Department speaking in South Africa on the eve of what would have been Nelson Mandela's one, hundredth birthday former President Barack Obama making his most high profile appearance since leaving office eighteen months ago in his. Opening remarks he described the strange and uncertain times we are in without ever mentioning the name. Of Donald Trump unfortunately too much politics today. Seems to reject the very. Concept of objective Trump people just make stuff up Obama celebrated the life of Nelson Mandela while also offering a. Cautionary tale for progressives around the world saying they need to push back the speech could be a. Preview, of the fall when Obama is expected to campaign for fellow Democrats ahead. Of the November midterm elections Stocks finished higher on Wall Street today. After the fed gave an upbeat report about the economy to congress today the, Dow rose fifty five points, this is NPR news and you're listening to WNYC Jimmy Floyd the former New York state Senate leader and his son have been found guilty of bribery and extortion it's, the fourth corruption conviction of a major state official thus far this year Karen Dewick, reports from Albany dean and Adams scallops had been convicted in two, thousand fifteen of crimes that included the elder scallops arranging no show jobs worth three, hundred thousand dollars for his son but the conviction was. Overturned on appeal, in the retrial jury for the. Second time found both Scelo skill ty- on all counts in the second trial dean skeletons took the stand and testified that he did help get his son jobs but he said it wasn't in exchange. For political favors in the end the jury didn't. Buy his version they instead agreed with the prosecution that the job payments to add Atoms. Were actually bribes New York New jersey and Connecticut are suing the federal government over its new tax law new York Attorney General Barbara Underwood says when the feds. Curtailed the deduction for state and local taxes it ran afoul of the constitution, by interfering with states' rights, to make their own financial decisions congress deliberately targeted New York and similar states for unfavorable treatment.

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Winnie Mandela, Nelson Mandela's ex-wife, dies at 81

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Winnie Mandela, Nelson Mandela's ex-wife, dies at 81

"The ex wife of the late former south african president antiapartheid icon nelson mandela the african national congress has issued a statement confirming that winnie mandela passed away early monday morning in a johannesburg hospital after a long illness the nc states winnie mandela was known far and wide as mother of the nation for her activism dedication to keep nelson mandela's work alive during the years he was in prison on robben island reverend vernon rosa fellow activists reflects on the couple's activism even though they devote i even though she was next to the icon nelson mandela she met out own pop in the struggle against apartheid so she mentioned developed a main clause when it mighty kiselev mandela was eighty one years old this is npr news and you're listening to wnyc in new york i'm jimmy floyd i'll hudson valley republican county executive is officially kicking off his campaign for governor of new york state duchess county executive mark molinaro announced his run this morning in his hometown of tivoli he'll be making a second stop in albany later this afternoon the gop hopeful was elected county executive in november of twenty eight eleven he's also served in the duchess county legislature and the state assembly and as mayor of tivoli molinaro will face off against a senator john defrancisco who has also announced his bid for the republican nomination and an ongoing lawsuit from the families of the sandy hook school shooting is facing new hurdles remington one of the nation's oldest gun manufacturers and a defendant in the lawsuit is filing for bankruptcy this comes as the connecticut supreme court considers whether to send the suit to a jury trial the new york times reporter kristen hussy says rubbing kim's bankruptcy has stalled the courts timeline essentially the bankruptcy hits the pause button on everything it gives remmington an opportunity to refinance and reorganize hussy says the court could be able to rule on the issue as early as may if bankruptcy proceedings expedited under federal law gun companies are granted immunity when one of their products is houston crime but if the sandy hook families says selling assault rifles two civilians qualifies as negligence and should therefore not be covered by the legislation the snow is gone son trying to come out currently it is thirty six degrees at one oh six support for npr comes from.

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