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"joyal snyder" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

04:46 min | 3 months ago

"joyal snyder" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"La O says her FedEx co workers are like extended family and she knew several of the deceased victims. At another visual representative Andre Carson, acknowledged several other mass shootings this year. The loss of life here in Indianapolis is real. It's real in Boulder. It's real. Atlanta. Eight Candles were lit to represent the eight deceased victims for NPR news. I'm daring Benson and Indianapolis Authorities in Indianapolis now say the 19 year old gunman legally bought two rifles used in the FedEx shooting despite the confiscation of a shotgun from his home last year. NATO in the UK lining up behind the Czech Republic today, a senior British minister says the U. K government supports the Czech Republic. After officials there announced that Russian intelligence agents had been behind a 2014 explosion at a check military base that killed two people. Here's well. Mark's reporting from London dominate, Rob, the British foreign secretary, said the U. K stands in full support of our Czech allies who had, he said, exposed the length to it's the Russian military Intelligence Agency. The G R U would go check authorities and early identified to Dru operatives is being responsible for mysterious explosion seven years ago at a military facility. The man who traveled under the same aliases is to end of it. Does. The U. K government blamed the 2018 over Chuck poisoning attack and Salisbury that assault left Sergei Scruple of former Russian intelligent agent and his daughter Yulia, hospitalized with severe symptoms and traces of the toxin later killed a local woman. Rob describe the suspected Dru operations as dangerous and malign and said the latest check announcement highlighted a disturbing pattern of behavior by the Russian agencies. Employees for NPR News I'm Billa marks in London. Russia, threatening to take retaliatory measures against the Czech Republic rushes for a minute. Three, issued a statement today saying the accusations are unfounded and absurd. The Czech Republic says the dispute will be addressed at an EU foreign ministers meeting tomorrow. This is NPR news. Magnitude 5.8 earthquake shook southwestern Iran today and there have been after shocks in the region along the Persian Gulf nuclear power plant is located in the region, but there are no immediate reports of major damage. State television is, however, showing pictures of cracked in collapsed walls. Five people reported injured the U. S. And China had pledged to cooperate with each other to tackle climate change. They released a joint statement today. After a last minute meeting between the climate on voice of both countries and Shanghai over the last few days. NPR's Emily Fang reports on the pledge amid tensions in the U. S China relationship. The U. S envoy John Kerry Menace Chinese counterpart, CIA drone Gua We agreed the two countries were quote firmly committed to working with each other to keep global temperatures from rising another two degrees Celsius, as outlined in the Paris agreement to which both countries Air Party China and the U. S also said they would release more detailed strategies for achieving carbon neutrality. The U. S. Wants to cut carbon emissions to half of 2005 levels by 2030. China wants to be completely carbon neutral by 2060. Hasn't bite. It is hosting an online climate summit for 40 World leaders next week. It is unclear of Chinese leader Xi Jingping will join Emily Fang. NPR NEWS Beijing State Department is ordering non essential embassy employees and their families to leave the African nation of chat travel alerts as armed groups appear to be moving toward the capital of N'Djamena. The British government is also urging its citizens to leave. Joyal Snyder. This is NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Vital Projects Fund supporting the Museum of Modern Art, where a career spanning survey of Alexander Calder's art is now on view in the galleries and sculpture garden. Time. Two. Tickets available at MoMA dot org's Welcome to The New Yorker Radio hour. I'm David Remnick. Over the last few years. Something terrible has been happening in China in the northwest province of Xinjiang 1000 miles from Beijing. Theo government has constructed a network of internment camps and has been imprisoning ethnic minorities in huge numbers, Weger and Kozik people around it up for expressing their religion. For speaking their language is there were arrested on the mirror suspicion of what China considers disloyalty, and that's a very broad umbrella. At least a million people have been sent to these camps. It's the largest attainment of civilians since the Holocaust in Europe. The State Department has deemed it a genocide. And finally, the world seems to be taking notice. The.

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"joyal snyder" Discussed on WLRN News

WLRN News

01:31 min | 4 months ago

"joyal snyder" Discussed on WLRN News

"It move. We tell their stories here. I'm Tom Hudson. It's the Sunshine Economy on W L. Lauren. Monday mornings at nine. The program is made possible. By Kaufman Rawson. Each week on the South Florida Roundup. We talk about the biggest stories from Key West to Palm Beach, and we hear from you so tune in Friday at one to the South Florida Roundup. Made possible by Willie The Bee Man be removal specialist. We're live and local and where South Florida's only NPR news source were 91.3 W L R N 91.5 in the keys and one on 1.9 in the Palm Beach is NPR news Headlines are Next The time is 8 19. Joyal Snyder. With these headlines, Flags at the White House had been flying at half staff in honor of Capitol Police Officer William Evans. Evans was killed yesterday after a man rammed his car into him and another officer at a barricade at the U. S. Capitol. The suspect was killed by police. Florida Republican governor Rhonda Santa's has moved to block businesses from requiring customers to show proof that they've been vaccinated against covert 19. He signed an executive order, citing individual freedom and patient privacy. And the N C. A. A women's basketball championship game will not include Connecticut. Arizona knocked off Yukon and the final four last night and will face Stanford in the title game tomorrow. The men's final four games or set for later today. Joyal Snyder. NPR news..

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"joyal snyder" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 5 months ago

"joyal snyder" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This morning talks to rapper Champ Green about selling peanuts and being the elephant in the room. Right now is 7 35 and again at 9 35 this morning here on KQED Public radio temperatures have been in the upper thirties to mid forties around the Bay Area Pretty chilly and later on today we could see some sunshine, although at the Coast mostly cloudy with a slight chance of rain there. And then tonight rain is in the forecast specially late tonight into Washington's birthday. President's Day rain or chance of rain. Joyal Snyder with these headlines, who former President Donald Trump's long range political plans remain unclear following his acquittal this weekend and his second Senate impeachment trial. He released a statement after the vote, characterizing the process as a continuation of a political witch hunt. Seven Republicans joined the Democrats to convict Trump most, though, including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell voted to acquit. In a speech following the vote, McConnell condemned the former president, saying he was practically and morally responsible for the January 6 attack on the capital. And winter weather around the country is causing problems. Oregon Governor Kate Brown has declared a state of emergency because ice and snow left hundreds of thousands without power power outage is also being reported elsewhere, notably in Virginia and North Carolina. Joyal Snyder. NPR news rock icon Patti Smith is the guest of city arts and lectures later on today at one o'clock this afternoon. Support for NPR comes from staples with supplies to get business done, no matter where it gets done from ink and toner cartridges to technology like Webcams and networking accessories more at staples.

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Thousands detained in protests across Russia backed by Kremlin foe Navalny

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:17 sec | 6 months ago

Thousands detained in protests across Russia backed by Kremlin foe Navalny

"I'm Joyal Snyder with these headlines a wave of protests in cities across Russia today as supporters of opposition activists, Alexey Navalny are demanding he be released from jail. Protests are the first sense of all these returned from Germany, where he was recovering from a poisoning. Police have declared the

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"joyal snyder" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:47 min | 6 months ago

"joyal snyder" Discussed on KCRW

"Com slash clean energy PROBE NPR news on Joyal Snyder, The Senate is back from recess and has gotten to work. A serious of confirmation hearings got underway a short time ago for key nominees to Joe Biden's cabinet, including for Janet Yellen to be Treasury secretary. Also for His nominees for national intelligence director and homeland security secretary Here's NPR's Windsor Johnston. The Senate could move as soon as Wednesday to confirm some of them to their post just hours after Biden and sworn into office. But the chamber's facing the additional challenge of balancing confirmation hearings with the impeachment trial of President Trump President elect Biden plans to immediately saying Congress a detailed immigration bill after he swore an end. It reportedly offers an eight year path to citizenship for several million people living illegally in the U. S. Details of the plan of Come to light as a government took. Guatemala says it has broken up a caravan of several 1000 100 migrants who crossed into Guatemalan territory. Real Martin has more what I'm Ellis Migration Institute gave no number says to how many migrants left voluntarily were deported or still remain in the country. At one point, reports said about 1000 migrants had crossed into what the mullahs as of Monday evening official figure said about 2000 were returned. Some immigration advocates called the roundup of migrants on Monday, a military operation Martin reporting and Listening to NPR news from KCRW. I'm Cherry Glaser with state and local headlines. If you're 65 or older and live in L, a county your weight to get a coded 19 shot, maybe over well. Kind of the head of the L. A County Board of Supervisors Hilda Seles signed an executive order last night to make the doses available to older residents starting on Thursday, But it's KCRW's Larry parole reports. The question is whether any doses of the vaccine are available. When Governor Newsome approved vaccinating the older group last week, L. A County said it would wait for the vaccine to make its way through the health care worker population first that was expected to wrap up at the end of this month. But Seles said, if we're to make any headway getting over the pandemic, it's critical. We give shots to those 65 older as soon as possible, Public health director Barbara for rare said last week. Expanding. The program was largely dependent on the local supply that was also before word of federal stockpile of doses doesn't actually exist. Further Complicating matters was an order from the States Epidemiologist on Sunday the pole a batch of Madonna vaccines because of allergic reactions in a small group of people in San Diego. It's not clear when stock will replenish and the operators of a newly opened vaccination side at Dodger Stadium Ward over the weekend that they could run out of doses as early as tomorrow.

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Whitney Houston, Nine Inch Nails set for Rock Hall induction

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:16 sec | 9 months ago

Whitney Houston, Nine Inch Nails set for Rock Hall induction

"And the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is annual induction ceremony is tonight. It had originally been scheduled for May, but it was delayed by the Corona virus pandemic. This year's class includes Whitney Houston, the notorious B I G nine inch nails in the Doobie Brothers. Joyal Snyder. NPR news.

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Early morning military parade held in North Korea for anniversary of ruling party

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Early morning military parade held in North Korea for anniversary of ruling party

"Joyal Snyder With these headlines, North Korean State television has been broadcasting video of today's massive military parade celebrating the 75th anniversary. The country's ruling party. The parade featured remarks from leader Kim Jong UN who did not make any direct mention of the U. S or the stalled nuclear talks. There are questions about the cease fire agreement of the disputed region of Nagorno Karabakh. The truce brokered by Russia took effect today. Of both Armenia and Azerbaijan are accusing each other of violating it.

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"joyal snyder" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:04 min | 11 months ago

"joyal snyder" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Joyal Snyder with President Trump due to arrive in Northern California this morning for a wildfire briefing. Firefighters on the West Coast are bracing for worsening conditions today. Forecasters say strong winds and low humidity could help spread flames that have already charged more than four million acres. And led to the deaths of at least 35 people in California, Oregon and Washington since last month. President Trump, meanwhile, has signed an executive order that, he says we'll lower prescription drug prices by putting America first. Experts say the movie is unlikely toe have any immediate impact. NPR's Tamara Keith reports. This is Trump's second order with the same title. Trump initially signed the order in July, but said he was holding it back for a month to see if he could negotiate a better deal with drug companies. But no deal came through. White House spokesman Judd Deere said negotiations did not produce an acceptable alternative, so the president is moving forward. A new executive order repeals the original and expands the drugs covered by Trump's proposed most favored Nations pricing scheme. The idea is that Medicare would refuse to pay more for drugs than the lower prices paid by other developed nations. A order launch is what is expected to be a lengthy rulemaking process that may never yield the results. President Trump is already touting. Tamara Keith. NPR NEWS This is NPR news. Your listening to K C R W I'm Cherry Glaser. To L. A county sheriff's deputies were shot in the head over the weekend are now in stable condition. The department has announced a $100,000 reward in the search for the suspect, they say ambush those deputies while they were sitting in their patrol car in Compton Saturday night. Sheriff Alex Vienna Wave identified. The deputies has a 31 year old mother and a 24 year old man, both forced warning just over a year ago and worked with the department's Transit Services Bureau. Sheriff he and wave a called the shooting a cowardly act. Two deputies were doing their job, minding.

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"joyal snyder" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"joyal snyder" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news. Joyal Snyder protesters clashed with police overnight. In cities across the country over the death of George Floyd Minneapolis National Guard. Soldiers are being mobilized their thousands ignored a curfew and took to the streets of Minneapolis for a fourth straight night in Georgia governor. Brian Kemp has declared a state of emergency in the state's largest johnny after protests evolved into looting and destruction in Atlanta from member station W. A. B. e. a meal MOFFITT reports around two thousand people marched peacefully through the streets of downtown Atlanta Friday afternoon. But as the evening wore on several protesters began vandalising. Cnn's downtown headquarters windows of police. Cars were smashed and one was set on fire Atlanta Mayor Kisha lands bottoms. Denounced the destruction if you want a peaceful protest go home organize and comeback on a peaceful day. This is not a peaceful night even after the mayor's please lueders headed to multiple malls in the area where stores were ransacked for NPR news. I'm meal MOFFITT IN ATLANTA. Protesters also gathered in the nation's capital near the White House to protest Floyd's killing and president trump's response. Us Army veteran Maryland White was among them. See the violence stop. I WANNA see. The officers held accountable not just charge because charges done mean.

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"joyal snyder" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

11:42 min | 2 years ago

"joyal snyder" Discussed on KCRW

"Com slash join. And I assume then you'll join that what you do there. Joyal Snyder with these headlines so state Mike Pompeo was leaving today for Russia. He'll be meeting Tuesday with Russian President, Vladimir Putin and foreign minister Sergei Lavrov in the black series sort of Sochi. It will be the highest level face to face talk since released. So the special counsel's report on Russian election. Interference voters in the Philippines will be casting ballots. Tomorrow president Rodrigo territory is not on the ballot. But the elections are not for him to tighten his grip on. Power the opposition hopes to make inroads in the Philippine Senate to block to territories legislative agenda. And today is the next to last phase in India's nationally voters have been going to the polls across seven Indian states, including the capital, New Delhi. I'm Joel Snyder NPR news from Washington. Support for NPR comes from this station and from the university of Arkansas tapping into the history of the earth's climate by studying the rings of ancient trees, hoping to find clues helpful for the future. One example of how the university of Arkansas is determined to build a better world from the Kennan Lucy. Leman family who appreciate that. For three decades. NPR's helped them to better understand the complex nation in world through its end up coverage of events ideas and cultures and from Americans for the arts. This is weekend. Addition from NPR news. I'm Lou Garcia Navarro last week shooting at stem school highlands ranch near Denver left, one student dead and eight injured, and it took place just miles away from Columbine high school with twenty years ago thirteen died in Littleton, Colorado. Patrick never was a student who survived that massacre at Columbine. And today, he's the minority leader of the Colorado house of representatives, and he joins us now. Welcome to the program. Hey, thanks for having me as a survivor. It must be hard for you to see all these school shootings. It is hard. You know, we definitely wanna work to fix the policies and fix what we can find some comfort in just this latest one. There was some real heroes there that day. And I think we've come a long way where after Columbine everyone knew those shooters names, really well, but they didn't really know too. Many of the rogue x to happen that day at Columbine. So we're seeing some different reactions today. And I think that's important. You're a Republican proponent of gun rights in Colorado. And in twenty eighteen you introduced a Bill to allow concealed handguns on school grounds that Bill didn't pass. But do you feel students would have been safer with concealed firearms at stem school doing I think it probably wouldn't have the shooting probably wouldn't happen in the first place. One of the reasons I propose this Bill year after year is the fact that it's a major deterrent. If they know they're going to go in there and face off physician, and they don't know where that opposition is going to come from probably think twice about doing it in the first place. So I think they've probably would have been safer had actually broken out. But I think probably would have prevented from even happening in the first place, where do you get your information that it's a deterrent? Because of course, people on the other side would say actually more guns mean it's less safe where there's any logic and those kinds of statements from the other side, but I will say that if people target these areas specifically and they've targeted them more and more since we've had gun free zone policies. You put out a statement after the most recent. Shooting urging support of school safety programs. Tell us what's needed in your view, Colorado schools, obviously, I do propose the Bill every year to lift the ban. But there are some other things that we've been able to come together on two years ago, we were able to push for to build it provided thirty million dollars for school safety improvements, whether it's infrastructure improvements, whether that's training for resource officers. Whether that's training for staff to have the proper assessments. Unfortunately, all our efforts spent more money into that. Many of you peers from Columbine and other kids who have survived school shootings over the years have come out in support of more regulations on guns. They point to the fact that America has more school shootings than any other developed country in the world combined. The only difference between the United States and them is that the United States has more armed individuals. Why do you think you position has diverged in the way that it has? Well, many of my friends to correct you would say actually came out and supported my policy. I had quite a few friends and colleagues from Columbine high school who came out and testified in favor of my Bill. I've met many of them just through this process. So I I think there are some out there. There's people on both sides of the issue. Just like there is with any other issue. But I point to the fact that we really haven't seen this problem in our schools until Americans adopted gun free zone policies throughout the states. And that's what's actually contributed not the only Cozma contributed to these happening. Patrick Neville is the GOP leader of the Colorado house of representatives. Thank you so much. Thank you. We're joined now by Martin kaste. He covers law enforcement for NPR Martin. We heard Patrick Nevelson say that if a school is in a gun free zone. It's more likely to be targeted by shooter. Is there dated back that up while they're competing sort of studies? They tend to be aligned with advocacy groups, it it's a real problem to study that in any serious way because we're talking about is trying to discern motivation. Means you know, the idea that yes, of course, schools are in gun free zones. These school shootings happen at schools or go the attacked it because it was a gun free zone. That's hard to make that connection. And yet that correlation is often held up as evidence that people were picking on the school because it was a gun free zone. But the real fact that people have to remember in America is that despite these Riddick headlines about school shootings actually schools are statistically, the place where kids least likely to get shot if your child in America, you're more likely to get shot in the street or at home. Do we know why shooters choose targets? It really varies a lot. A lot of this tends to be about the place where that person spends most of their day, you know, the few times when these shooters survive in our debriefed, they tend to talk about just a situational anxieties and angers they had where they were either going to school or going to work. It's not necessarily a place that they picked out randomly. It's usually a place. They had a life. They have a connection to. Yeah. You cover law enforcement how how does law enforcement view the presence of guns in schools. They're very tentative about this. When I talked to them about especially tactical officers swat teams that kind of thing they're very worried about the idea of civilians with guns the barge into school. That's having active shooter situation. And if they see someone with a gun in their hand, and that person isn't wearing a uniform that person's very likely to get shot in that situation. So they're really worried about good guys with guns in the chaos of a school shooting. The other thing that educators worry about a lot when I talked to them. And again, we have no direct evidence of this because isn't attested, but there's a worry that the knowledge that some teachers have concealed weapons on them may cause troubled adolescence, especially to seek out confrontation in the classroom situation. Very similar to the phenomenon. You see in the streets of suicide by cop. You may have children seeking out presumably armed teachers for suicide by teachers situations, perhaps threatening classmates, so we don't know gonna happen. But that's certainly a fear that educators have that's NPR's Martin custody. Thanks so much. You're welcome. Let's say you have an idea for a startup. You can probably guess what comes next lots of brainstorming whiteboards asking for money begging for money, then launching a product and hopefully making a big splash. But what happens when your startup doesn't kick into gear? How do you shut it down? Abigail cliff Johnson is trying to answer that question in part because she might need that advice herself. She joins us now from our studios in New York to explain Hello. Hello. Thank you so much for having me. We'll get to the project. You're calling the shutdown in a moment. But I want to begin by talking about the startup you founded and run it's called racier. So is customizable, toy cars that help kids. Learn about science, and engineering and the idea was to create a physical product that kids could use to play and then learn while playing and then from there we had a whole big hairy audacious goal as they call it to build out a community and online apps and all sorts of fun stuff that you have to think about when you build a startup, but because we are building hardware is much more expensive. It's very very cost intensive to actually make a physical thing. And we've figured out that we probably can't go it alone, which I think probably a lot of startups. Discover they run through their journey. Yeah. So you founded in twenty fourteen but later, you started a Kickstarter to raise money, and you found yourself at a crossroads exactly so we were trying to raise enough money to make a thousand units. So when we went onto Kickstarter we had to have a fairly high price point to be able to cover the cost of production. And we realized that we weren't going to hit our goal. Which is upsetting and embarrassing and painful, but it was also a really clear signal to say, okay, you've tried every which way to do this on your own and to raise money, and it's not going to happen. The way you thought it was going to happen which brings us to this idea of shutting down a startup, which is what I understand you're considering right now we are. We're actually looking at multiple different options. But shutting down certainly one thing that we have to consider an as I started looking into what that would be what that would look like and how that would happen. I realized that it's kind of a mystery because lots of people have talked about shutting down their companies. But usually, they only talk about it on the other side, right? Once they've passed through the pain and misery and the embarrassment that they come out the other side and say I failed. But now, I'm doing this amazing thing, and we love that story. Right. Everybody loves the redemption story. But when you're actually in the middle of it. It's like, you're a leper. Nobody wants to come anywhere near you. Because they think the failures contagious. And so you suddenly find yourself completely isolated. And so you've asked the internet for help you set up a Twitter account and a Google form asking people who have had to shutter their startup for help. Because as you describe it. There are proximate -ly eleven billion resources for building a startup. They're practically none for shutting down. What kind of responses? Have you been getting it's been really amazing and impressive. And also, it feels really cathartic because what you realize when you start asking the question aloud is how many people have had to go through this. And how painful it was for them. And the things that people have found to be the most helpful is talking to other people who have been through it about the real detailed information. People have asked repeatedly for I wish I'd had more help valuing my assets. I wish I'd had more help talking to my shareholders. I wish I'd had more help communicating this whole thing, and knowing if I was suppose. To file for bankruptcy or not? But even that costs money. So the shutdown is hopefully going to be like the decelerating as an adjunct to all the XL arrives that are out there for startups. So what do you hope to do with all this vice once gathered it could this be a new startup? No, please. No..

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"joyal snyder" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"joyal snyder" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington on Joyal. Snyder officials in Indonesia fear, the number of dead and injured from the Sonam that struck without warning will rise for now the country's disaster agency says more than two hundred twenty people were killed with hundreds injured. But an agency spokesman says rescuers have yet to reach all of the areas that have been affected. Michael Sullivan reports on what is believed to have caused the soon NAMI this soon NAMI occurred late Saturday night local time less than a half hour after the nearby Anak Krakatau volcano in the Sunda straight erupted. Again, it's been doing so on and off for months now, hundreds of homes and businesses have been damaged hundreds of people injured after the wave or waves came ashore on the nearby islands of Java and Sumatra. President Trump is playing down the resignation of another key national security official. He tweeted last night about Brett mcgurk US on boy to the coalition fighting Islamic state mcgurk announced this weekend that he is moving up. His plan departure to the end of the year following Trump's decision to withdraw US troops from Syria. But Gerke secession to Lee follows the resignation of Defense Secretary Jim Mattis. Meanwhile, Turkish media report the military is moving equipment and personnel to the Syrian border. With one news agency, saying some vehicles crossed into Syria. This comes two days after Turkey's president announced a delay in the Syria ground operation against the US backed Syrian Kurdish fighters NPR's, Peter Kenyon has more turkeys. DHA news agency reports military vehicles are being positioned along part of the Turkish Syrian border north of men Bj which is held by Syrian Kurdish fighters who partnered with US forces to seize territory from Islam estate fighters the reports following announcement by president register type that a planned. Operation against the Syrian Kurdish units as well. As against the remnants of ISIS and Syria would take place in the coming months after speaking with their two one last week, President Trump announced that all u s forces would be withdrawn from Syria move that caught America's NATO allies by surprise. Peter kenyon. NPR news is tumble. President Trump is tweeting this morning about his proposed border wall. The major sticking point that has led to the partial government shutdown. Trump is trying to make his case for the wall as budget talks with congressional Democrats are at an impasse deal seems to be out of reach at least until the Senate returns for a full session on Thursday liftoff at Cape Canaveral. This morning too..

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U.S. court blocks transfer of American detainee held in Iraq

NPR News Now

01:59 min | 3 years ago

U.S. court blocks transfer of American detainee held in Iraq

"From npr news in washington i'm shay stevens new york's attorney general eric schneiderman is stepping down npr's diaa snyder reports on the statement he's issued after being accused of physically abusing four women eric schneiderman issued a statement hours after the new yorker published an article detailing the accusations by four former girlfriend's two of whom spoke on the record schneiderman says he strongly contests the allegations but he says he's stepping down because they will prevent him from effectively leading the attorney general's office in previous statement he acknowledged engaging it role playing and other consensual sexual activity but he says he never assaulted anyone schneiderman has been a leading opponent of president trump and his administration's policies and a strong supporter of the metoo movement though to be taking legal action against former film producer harvey weinstein joyal snyder npr news president trump says he'll let everyone know tomorrow whether he plans to keep the united states it's in the iran nuclear deal in a tweet trump says the expects to makes as announcement at two pm the president has a facing a may twelfth deadline over whether to uphold the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal which has long criticized a federal court is blocking the trump administration from transferring a suspected enemy combatants from morocco to another country npr's ryan lucas says the detainee is an american citizen who was accused of being a member of the islamic state a federal appeals court in washington dc has upheld a ruling that barred the us government from sending the us citizen against his will to a third country the reasons behind the court's decision remain under seal pending a review of confidential materials the man was taken into custody in syria in september the government suspects he was a member of the islamic state and his held him without charge for more than seven months at a us military facility in iraq the man's identity has not been made public but it is known that he is a dual us saudi citizen who attended college in louisiana he.

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"joyal snyder" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"joyal snyder" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from npr news in washington on joyal snyder former fbi director james komi says he thinks comments made by president trump in february twenty seventeen concerning the investigation of former national security adviser michael flynn could amount to obstruction of justice npr's scott neuman has more on commes interview broadcast last night by abc news in the interview ahead of the release on tuesday of commies new book a higher loyalty the former fbi director discussed a february two thousand seventeen oval office meeting in which the president asked if he could drop the flynn investigation it's certainly some evidence of obstruction of justice months after that meeting komi was out of a job president trump later appeared to acknowledge that he dismissed commie because of the russia probe in the abc interview call me also called trump morally unfit to be president scott neuman npr news washington there is word of a riot at a maximum security prison in south carolina state prison spokesman says the lee correctional institution and bishop bill is now secure after fights broke out last night officials say seven inmates are dead and seventeen others required outside medical attention us ambassador to the united nations nikki haley says new economic sanctions will be announced today against russia over its support for the syrian government or president bashar al assad sanctions will be coming down a secretary mnuchin will be announcing goes on monday if he hasn't already and they will go directly to any sort of companies that were dealing with equipment related to assad and chemical weapons use really speaking on cbs his face the nation after britain and france joined the us and the missile attacking debt suspected chemical weapons facilities in syria haley says russia has blocked six attempts in the un security council to make it easier to investigate the use of chemical weapons syrian state tv today showing a rally by government supporters in serious capital as a chemical weapons watchdog the w holds an emergency meeting in the hague inspectors from the group are in syria seeking to travel to the town of duma to investigate the suspected chemical chemical attack for first lady barbara bush said to be in failing health as houston public media's andrew schneider reports slush family spokesman jim mcgrath released a statement saying that following a recent series of hospitalizations and after consulting with family and doctors mrs bush now h ninety two has decided not to seek additional medical treatment and will instead focus on comfort care mcgrath did not elaborate on.

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"joyal snyder" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"joyal snyder" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From npr news in washington on trial snyder facebook now coming under pressure from us regulators the federal trade commission has confirmed that it's investigating the company's data collection practices amid the cambridge analytic controversy to move was a senior adviser at the ftc in twenty eleven when the agency settled with facebook for failing to protect user privacy the fact is that that privacy it it's like kryptonite to their business model you know they have to be able to promise their advertisers that they have the goods on everyone and the have the power to manipulate people and so if they are also extremely tight on privacy attends to to throw a wrench into the machine there is word about a canada based company linked to cambridge analytica a group of whistle blowers and london raising questions about britain's vote to leave the european union saying the league campaign spending limits when it made payments to aggregate high q homeland security secretary kirsten nielsen in mexico city where she's approved three agreements expected to improve border security and trade with mexico from member station k j z z rodriguez for fontes the agreements are focused on making trade processes more efficient one of them is to fight against commercial fraud and smuggling a second one makes possible a joint cargo inspection program and the third one will expedite the exchange of agricultural products nielsen also discussed immigration drug and gun trafficking and daca with her mexican counterpart joyal snyder npr news i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york the new york civil liberties union says greyhound must stop immigration officers from boarding their buses without a warrant activists in upstate new york including cities.

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Turkish military and allied rebels in ‘total control’ of Syria’s Afrin, Erdogan says

NPR News Now

04:58 min | 3 years ago

Turkish military and allied rebels in ‘total control’ of Syria’s Afrin, Erdogan says

"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message come from REI. What is your? But that's the question REI co. Op is asking this season with gear classes, expert advice and adventure trips REI can help you overcome any excuses to find your way outside. Live from NPR news, Washington on trial Snyder. Turkey says it, Syrian allies have entered the center of freen in. It's now under Turkish control and Turkish president dared wants as Kurdish fighters fled. The area claim has not been independently confirmed, but it's the BBC's Mark Lowen reports footage posted online shows fighters with Turkish flags inside the city. The entry into Afrin has been funk quicker than on -ticipant. It Syrian rebel forces backed by Turkish. Empower moved in from dawn president. Adleman saying the town centre is under total control, troops, combing the streets for white PG, Kurdish finances hooping. The targets of Turkey's two month, long offensive. Many had reportedly fled some of the hundred and fifty thousand or so people who left Afrin through a corridor. A Syria monitor says, two hundred eighty civilians have died in the Turkish operation. Ankara denies it. The question now is, if Turkey will move onto target other parts of northern Syria also. Held by the white PG who had caused terrorists separately as Syrian rebel group in the Damascus suburb of eastern Gudo says it is in negotiations with the United Nations to arrange for a ceasefire. President Trump is attacking fired FBI director, Andrew McCabe deputy director, Andrew McCabe saying on Twitter that McCabe never took notes while the two were together. He's raising doubts McCabe documented their interactions. McCabe memo's. Oh, are now believed to be in the possession of special counsel? Robert Muller's team in a separate tweet. President Trump renewed has concerned that Muller's investigation into Russian election interference may be biased against him. Militants ambushed, a medical team backs needing against polio in a remote border area of Pakistan. The AP reports that to workers are dead. Another two injured NPR's Diaa Hadid reports from Mingora. Now, the three members of the vaccination team will missing after the attack. It comes after a killing in January when a polio walk and had daughter was shot. Militants have attacked paalea workers in Pakistan for years ever since the CIA used vaccinators in their attempts to identify Osama bin Laden. He was killed in two thousand eleven in the city of about Abed hooters in Russia, going to the polls in the country's presidential election Vladimir Putin all, but certain to win NPR's. Lucian, Kim reports at the main issue for the Kremlin is boosting turn out to give Putin a convincing mandate for the next six years. Polling stations have opened across Russia's, eleven timezones from Toco, which touches Alaska to Kaliningrad on the border with Poland flooding Putin who has ruled Russia for more than eighteen years is on track to win a fourth presidential term besides Putin. Seven other candidates are on the ballot. None of whom are polling above the single digits. Turn out in such a predictable election as the Kremlin's biggest concern and local authorities are getting out voters with free food selfie contests and mandatory attendance lists for government workers. Lucian, Kim NPR news. You catcher in Berg, Russia, and this is NPR. They are news southeast Asian leaders and Australia's prime minister or showing unity. When it comes to North Korea, leaders of Ozzy on where the association of southeast Asian nations have issued a joint statement, calling North Korea to rein in its nuclear programs. AUstralia host of the summit meeting this weekend despite not being a member of on a busy weekend for sports apparel. Lympics has wrapped up in South Korea with today's closing ceremony, much attention on college basketball, and which teams will advance to the Sweet Sixteen in the in the NCAA tournament for the second week in a row. Tiger Woods is in contention on the last day of golf tournament heading into the final round or the Arnold Palmer invitational woods is five shots behind the leader from Orlando, Florida in Paris. Tom Goldman reports the fact that Tiger Woods, one of golf's greatest players is even in contention. Again, that's a big deal. Even woods doubted. He could recover from the back problems that have. Him winless for nearly five years. But his fourth back surgery has worked so far. He comes into today's final round Orlando, having shot nine straight rounds of par or better over his last few tournaments. I still feel like I'm coming back. I'm still getting used to what my body can do shot some hitting and playing competing. Again, it feels good to be back out. There would says he could win today if he shoots very low score, but he'd also need a bunch of players ahead of him on the leaderboard do poorly. That's not likely since those players include majors, winners, Henrik, Stinson, Rory, mcilroy, and Justin Rose, Tom, Goldman NPR news, Orlando, and Joyal Snyder in Washington.

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"joyal snyder" Discussed on KQED Radio

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01:31 min | 3 years ago

"joyal snyder" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That's next time on that dino usa aw let's no usa coming your way at six p m this evening and again at one a m tomorrow morning today and planet money we need a guy who lost seven and a half million dollars in bitcoin when he lost his password and if you lose this key the bitcoin's inside your virtual volpe's sit there for eternity and on how i built this any i lean fisher live painfully shy designer who ended up building of fashion empire worth nearly since an hour of economics an innovation planet money and how i built this from npr and you'll hear those two shows coming up at seven pm tonight i'm joyal snyder with these headlines unions representing teachers in school service personnel in west virginia say they have no choice but to remain off the job indefinitely a state senate passed a four percent raise for teachers this weekend but that was less than the five percent negotiated with west virginia's governor and approved by the state house of delegates a conference committee has been appointed a final vote is expected tomorrow in the florida senate on a bill that would increase school security and impose some restrictions on gun purchases following a parkland school shooting the state senate advance the bill this weekend and hollywood's awards season comes down to tonight the academy awards her to be handed out in los angeles on trial snyder npr news from washington the.

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"joyal snyder" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"joyal snyder" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The obama your rule for npr news i'm cooper mckim and you're listening to npr news the winter olympics in south korea russian at the lead has been kicked out for taking a banned substance the court of arbitration for sport said in a statement today the bobsledder no does the sergei of a has admitted to an antidoping rules violation she is the second russian athlete to be excluded from the games for doping russian athletes have been competing under the olympic flag because of the doping scandal at the 2014 so ci games the international olympic committee says it has not yet reached a decision on whether russia will be reinstated and time for tomorrow's closing ceremony athletes on the us biathlon team meanwhile say they will boycott the upcoming world cup final competition in russia and pairs melissa block is npr chong and she explains why why the bat b via by athletes are protesting in a statement the us by athlete said holding the world cup final in russia sends an outrageous message of antidoping indifference to the world by athletes from the us and other countries had urged the international biathlon union to move the event but the ivy you voted to keep it in russia a decision the us biathletes called completely unacceptable saying we cannot in good conscience participate us biathlete low old bailey says with this boycott his team is standing up for clean sport i honestly think russia hasn't gotten as it is they're still willing to push the limits and break the rules and g the canadian and czech teams have also said they will boycott the world cup final which will be held in the siberian city of two million next month melissa block npr news chung joyal snyder in washington support for npr comes from the joyce foundation working to promote the vitality of communities improve the quality of life in the great lakes region and achieve a more just society learn more at joyce efdn dot org and the corporation for public broadcasting.

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"joyal snyder" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"joyal snyder" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington on joyal snyder in alabama supporters of democrat doug jones chanting during his speech at his election night headquarters in birmingham i've said it before alabama has been at across rai roads we have bennett crossroads in the past and unfortunately we have usually taken that the wrong four tonight ladies and gentlemen the associated press says jones's the winner of the spanish election to replace attorney general jeff sessions and the senate jones wanted a state that voted overwhelmingly for president trump who had back republican roy more despite accusations of sexual misconduct and assault president trump has posted a congratulatory tweet to jones but npr's debbie elliott reports said more is not conceding yet roy more sent his supporters home telling them all the vote sworn in he says when the vote is this close it's not over more says god is in control now that's what we've got to do is wait on god and let this process play out the process he's talking about as a possible recount state law calls for an automatic recount at the vote differences a half percent or less and he says those figures won't be clear until the final vote is certified more had struggled to rebound from allegations of sexual misconduct and assault from decades ago he denied the accusation in said they were part of a plot to prevent him from taking his christian conservative values to washington debbie elliott npr news montgomery president trump is engaged in another twitter fight this time with senator kerstin jill a brand the new york democrat npr's mara liasson reports gillaibrand called on trump to resign amid accusations of sexual misconduct trump counterpunch tweeting that jila brand was a lightweight who had come to his office not so long ago begging for campaign contributions and quote would do anything for them jilib rand said that was a sexist smear but sarah sanders the white house press secretary said the president's tweet wasn't in any way sexist or sexual this is the same sentiment that the president has expressed many times before when he is expose the corruption of the entire political system in fact he's used a similar terminology many times when talking about politicians of both parties both men and women sanders said your mind has to be in the gutter to interpret trump's tweet as sexist mar eliason npr news.

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"joyal snyder" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"joyal snyder" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Nine two thousand seventeen live from npr news in washington and i'm joyal snyder in southern california helicopters are being employed in the fight against a half dozen major wildfires are dropping flameretardant on a fire that one was dropping flame retardant on a fire near san diego fires of force hundreds of thousands to evacuate including john map who lives in fall brooke sheriff came through he made it clear that i should everybody should get out so i thought he was fullblown legal wants us flames and smoke i thought right so i left nap says his home survive but officials say the fires have destroyed more than five hundred structures president trump has renewed his endorsement for embattled alabama senate candidate roy moore's accused the past sexual contact with teenage girls in pierce hammer keith has more on trump's remarks late friday in neighboring pensacola florida for the first forty five minutes her cell of president trump's each he was clearly campaigning for president trump i think it's going to be very hard for somebody to beat us it a few years can you imagine now we're only talking about a few years trump takes through the promises he's captain talked up the gop tax bill but then he seemed to veer off script this guy screaming we want roy more his roy trump then cast doubt on one of the women accusing more of inappropriate behavior and gave a fullthroated endorsement to the republican senate candidate so get out and vote for roy more trump then returned to talking about his presidency and policy goals with some criticism of hillary clinton thrown in for good measure timur keith npr news the white house says and trump traveling in mississippi today's do and jackson to attend the opening of separate museums dedicated miss too mississippi's history and its role in the civil rights movement there have been calls for him to cancel the appearance spring court core deciding with the trump administration and blocking a lower court order that required to produce documents related to ending deportation protections for socalled dreamers unauthorized my immigrants who were brought to the us has children as impairs need a tone burke reports of president's decision to end the program early next year prompted legal challenges from a dozen states in.

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"joyal snyder" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:34 min | 4 years ago

"joyal snyder" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Roman pr news washington ah joyal snyder the trump administration is extending its controversial travel ban on wouldbe visitors from five countries and adding new restrictions on travel from four others the same time npr scott horsely reports the administration is also banning official travellers from venezuela the trump administration is extending travel restrictions on five of the original countries syria somalia yemen libya and iran it's also suspending travel from two new countries chad and north korea it's ordered additional vetting of iraqi visitors at his barring travel by government officials and their fail members from venezuela impure scott horsely reporting the latest survey by the national association of business economics shows groups members view of the economy has not changed much since the last survey released over the summer in a b e analysts greg dako i think the the main findings of this latest surveys show that pete it huh unamir still maintaining it it's to protect growth mode um that most analysts essentially he um the economy uh uh maintaining that steady pace with a somewhat of a killed on the downside in terms of potential risk to the economy but also the possibility of a fiscal stimulus bumping growth uh into 2018 the nab eu survey forty seven economists who worked for large companies trade associations consulting firms on universities i'm joyal snyder npr news this is morning edition on wnyc in new york morning i'm carry nolan former congressman anthony were winner is scheduled to be sentenced in a sex scandal that summer blaming for hillary clinton's presidential loss wiener faces up to twenty seven months in prison after pleading guilty to one charge of transferring obscene material to a minor prosecutors say he broke the law by having illicit online chat with a 15yearold girl the democrats sex habit became an issue in the closing days of the 2016 presidential election when then fbi director james comey cited emails discovered on a lap type used by weiner to justify reopening an earlier probe of clinton's private computer server new york state assembly woman nicola molly ataka's will faceoff against mayor de blasio in the first general mayoral election debate next month the campaign for the republican candidate says it has raised enough money to qualify malia ataka's won the republican nomination unopposed the first debate will be held october 10th and a state senate committee in albany is planning.

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KQED Radio

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"joyal snyder" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And the feelings they folk fear hatred and also is live from npr news in washington on joyal snyder us ambassador nikki haley is calling the new sanctions on the un security council has levelled against north korea the most stringent on any country in a generation of the full security council has come together to put the north korean dictator on notice and this time the council has matched its words and actions security council unanimously approved the new sanctions include bans on key north korean exports and prohibits other countries from increasing north korean workers were broaded engaging in in a new joint ventures china's foreign minister says the new us said subdued be a new un sanctions on north korea or the right response to the north's recent longrange missile tests but speaking at a foreign ministers meeting in manila today he emphasized dialogue to resolve the crisis china's a key north korean ally but voted for the sanctions the top us diplomat for asia acting assistant secretary susan thornton says beijing understands the gravity of the problem but that the us will be watching china to ensure that the sanctions are fully implemented the fox news channel says it is suspending its star host eric bolling after a huffington post report that he said unwanted at lewd tax two female colleagues in pierce david folk conflict reports it puts yet one more fox news store in.

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"joyal snyder" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:31 min | 4 years ago

"joyal snyder" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ga i this live from npr news in washington on joyal snyder at least one hundred thirty two people now reported dead in pakistan after a tanker truck transporting oil burst into flames a truck overturned on a road in punjab province dozens of others have been badly injured the bbc succumb to come on he has more on the aftermath picked his in the scene showed dozens and dozens of charred bodies in vehicles by the roadside is believed in oil tanker overturned and local people had gathered to collect the fuel that was spilling out the fuel than caught fire the blaze has now been extinguished an army helicopter tis have been used to rush casualties to hospital that the death toll is expected to rise the incident comes a day before the festival of evil fitter one of the largest celebrations in the muslim calendar time was running out for more than ninety people who remain missing more than a day after a landslide buried a remote mountain village in southwest china in pierce rob schmitz reports on rescue efforts the landslide happened early saturday morning when a steep hillside collapsed burying the village of sheen moen's sichuan province within seconds hundreds of rescuers and medical workers search through boulders and mud a couple in their twomonthold baby were the only living survivors found geological experts said the chances of survival among the rest of the villagers are slim state run media has posted the names of the missing on government websites in a shown video of excavators removing rubble in their search un secretary general antonio gutierrez is offered condolences in any needed support sichuan province is prone to natural disasters and cleaning an eight point oh magnitude earthquake in two thousand eight that killed nearly seventy thousand people rob schmitz npr news shanghai top leaders in the conservative coq brother's political network withholding their support for the senate healthcare bill saying it's not conservative enough speaking at a private retreat for donors at a luxury resort in the rocky mountains tim philip said the bill needs to give better phillips leads americans for prosperity the coq worse political arm with democrats unified and their opposition senate majority leader mitch mcconnell can only use lose to republican votes as he tries to bring the measure to a vote this week fiber leaning against los angeles mayor eric garcetti celebrate writing the bipartisan support among his counterparts across the country to support.

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