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"julia chang" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

03:53 min | 6 months ago

"julia chang" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR News Janine herbst thousands of people are out of their homes in the West as wildfires burned out entire communities more than thirty people have died in fires in Washington State California, and Oregon dozens more missing Oregon was hard hit Senator Jeff Merkley says the scenes in his state are apocalyptic. Could never have envisioned this the east winds came over the top. The Mountain proceeded to turn the fires into blow torches at went down and just incinerated a series of small towns like blue, river in Phoenix and talent speaking there to ABC's this week. Meanwhile, the National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning for southwest Oregon today citing dry weather and strong gusty winds and those wildfires from Washington, State Oregon and the creek fire burning in northeastern Fresno County in California have linked to the bay area with smoke for several days. Now, that's led to multiple consecutive days of critically unhealthy air quality for much of the region. Julia Chang of Member Station K. Q. E. D. has more air quality in the bay area is taking a turn for the worst of this weekend and will remain at unhealthy levels into early this week that's according to Aaron Richardson spokesperson for the Bay. Area. Air Quality Management District Richardson says a light wind system which was expected to bring some relief over the weekend won't be as strong as originally anticipated on top of that. There is so much smoke out over the ocean for hundreds of miles even that even if we get some onshore breezes that like usually clear things up, they're likely to just bring more smoke into the region's. Air Quality has caused popular outdoor spaces like near woods, Alcatraz, island, and Fort, point to close for multiple days for NPR news I'm Julie. Chang in San Francisco the Georgia Sheriff's Office has fired a deputy who was seen on widely shared video repeatedly punching a black man during a traffic stop from member station W. A. B. E. in Atlanta Alex has more McLean county sheriff's office is not identifying the deputy, but says he was fired for. Use of force the district attorney is investigating in bystander video to deputies are seen trying to restrain. Old Roderick Walker as officers were on top of Walker. One of them is seeing punching the man several times lawyers for Walker. Say their client was not driving when deputies pulled over the vehicle he was in for a broken tail. Light Walker was arrested for battery and obstructing officers. He was denied bond according to the sheriff's office because of outstanding warrants including possession of a firearm by a felon and cruelty to children his lawyers are calling for his release for NPR news I'm Alex Helmick in Atlanta. Tropical Storm Sally is making its way toward the Louisiana coastline. The National Hurricane Center says the storm is expected to strengthen into a category two hurricane before it comes ashore in Louisiana tomorrow parts of New Orleans are under evacuation orders starting tonight, the governor has issued a state of emergency. This is NPR news. Israel is reinstating a strict countrywide lockdown. This week as the number of Corona virus infections continues to rise Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says schools, restaurants and other businesses will shut down on Friday the start of the Jewish high. And Israel's Israelis rather will face restrictions on movements. The lockdown will at least three weeks when authorities will reassess infection numbers it's the second time Israel is being plunged into a lockdown after a lengthy shutdown in the spring. In Belarus today pro democracy demonstrators took to the streets again on mass to contest what they say were rigged presidential elections last month the gave Alexander Lukashenko a sixth term Charles means has more from. Moscow. Russia Russians have been demonstrating against longtime.

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"julia chang" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:50 min | 9 months ago

"julia chang" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news I'm Janine. HERBST GROWN A- virus. Infections are rising in twenty states around the country much of that in the West and the South in Florida nearly thirty five hundred new corona virus cases were reported today Lieutenant Governor. Jeanette Nunez that's due to an increase in testing, and not the spread of infection, but she's also urging people to continue to wear masks and social distance, while it may be your constitutional right. We have a responsibility to each other. We have a really important role to play in making sure. We prevent this spread from growing. Florida has more than ninety seven thousand virus cases. The latest results from a US Census Bureau survey showed that the pandemic is taking an especially hard toll on households with younger adults, and those with incomes of twenty five thousand dollars or less, NPR's long reports on findings from a new national national survey that is trying to measure how the corona viruses affecting people's lives this month. The Census Bureau is Household Poll survey gathered answers for more than eighty three thousand households, many of which have taken hits in their paychecks, because of covid nineteen among them half of. Of adults in homes with a household income of twenty five thousand dollars or less say they have either no slight confidence in being able to pay next month's rent or mortgage on time, bureau found similar concerns among more than a third of households with members between the ages of twenty, five and thirty nine, the ongoing survey also found that around forty percent of households with of twenty five thousand dollars or less report that they have not been able to stop worrying for more than half almost every day of the week on. Zee Lung NPR News New York. After black lives matter was painted on the street, leading to the White House in Washington. Similar murals murals have popped up around the country Julia Chang of Member Station K. Q. E. D..

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"julia chang" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:25 min | 10 months ago

"julia chang" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Cone is going to be put on it will be reinforced and other vet is going to give him a sedative project for chi doggy Prozac probably doggy Prozac PC he is going to join the resistance he has joined the resistance by the way like you know god forbid anybody ever tried to hurt John to me this is the son of ours is going to tear you apart let's tell me suggest to you that something happening and not far from your backyard in which a bastion may break loose tomorrow and end up joining those that are in the resistance to open up New York state business we're gonna get into that later on writing what do you mean the work done tomorrow yet tomorrow will be my backyard is in my massive chateau's no no no no that's the one with the many pools and head through water feature rarefied atmosphere most people would not be up there but let's go to the phones it's Jane who's calling from Manhattan welcome to Kurdish and Jed said Julia Chang hi I love your program I love you guys I wouldn't miss you for the world and Juliet we had a dog we found them on the street and he was a puppy and he was so extremely hyper active we hadn't fixed and he was I must say he was still all right but the thing is finally in his old age we went to a judge orders of that and she found that there was his adrenal glands were over producing cortisol so he was constantly on the alert you know fighter flight mode most of the time when he was sleeping so it if only they had found that out I don't know what Jean I he is through the morning through the day he's great he's a completely it's in the evening when he starts getting the puppy spasms and that's when and it's not even that he's he's hyper it's just that he's so big and he's so heavy and is to preserve the big that when he thinks he's playing you know having my wrist in his mouth this is funny for him I'm sure but it's not quite funny for me it is he can actually puncture your stay you're lucky in your size thirteen feet or seven and a half Curtis that he has gone after them and they're just flat sometimes at bite around but you too let's go to Jammu telling from Rockland county welcome the Kurdistan jetset Julia Jimmy Hey how you doing busy days to me I got I got a question to ask I was watching this morning that news twelve and yesterday they had a graduation of the Westchester I guess you could get that again and become Westchester police and you know I have all the up most respect for the police but they had a graduation room filled with cops cadets they were a day would distanced upon they all have no face masks so why can't churches that's because things like this one yet there were allowed to do it now Jim that's a great question do you realize why into legalized Kamel king home on the second son of our you'll **** shut protocol can come all the first ladies please okay you need the need to do is salute to Andrew Andrew I sent an all star team and like your father Mario you ought but Jim do you know why in jul call mall has set to limit to ten for a religious ceremony ten it's for a Jewish population every good so he can have the minion yeah the main right you got to have the means yeah you gotta understand it's like you see a guy like Brian Michael Luch nothing Jewish about Brian right he could be passing to reciprocate not what that's not to me you know nothing Jewish about bright I mean it's not that when I went to even have a bridge but anyway the point is he could be passing a synagogue in shul and now that they're permitted to get together at least ten to have dominion imagine the old shoes some of the schools and synagogues are about to close they can't kick ten they got at ten four million they would grab you win so that they could make dominion and all you gotta do is stop and bright and you could be part of the ten how do you daven we just go up and down your head up and down it is Bob look he'll give you the toward the town that you know you don't know what's in there but you describe in your head up and down you know because without you they don't have ten and has shown will not consider that a good a good diving yes it is all very few real men should double matches do it a double match yeah I like that get a seat at the men's doubles this rate is going up is not anything Jewish about you practice this is true speaking of the French are interesting picture that I posted on the Curtis and Juliet Facebook page of a French beaches in leg caught motor similar look around they bought at which is they believe in southern France and they have a very curious way very clever way I should say of socially distancing their people so you can go on and check it out NASA nating it kind of takes the fun out of sunbathing though I gotta tell you anyway let's go to Kelly who's calling from Freeport and the nautical mile welcome to Christian chat said Juliet Kelly report but that's okay that's all right Hey I had to be good all there you you don't I'm sorry Kelly great point the other call just made about the police thing but I want to say that I agree more with Curtis will be saying about like the older older people and then in particular I think I'm more likely to not want to wear the mask fifty there is like maybe like scared and I don't have anything wrong with that like I said you're going to be more like masculine not school everybody's different and women feel more the need I wear it not because I will probably have to write this before was mandated where we're sort of required you know I could justify it because the woman I feel like I'm supposed to be more like looking out for other people and stuff like that you know and so that I think is important and I don't think it's anything wrong with that response but the party line I think it's not that somebody says clumpy server room on the Democrat I think what happens is you have certain ways of seeing the world right and then you are when you see a situation you see how I feel about the situation and calm the pond again you'll find that your view one fifteen conservative yeah or a little it's not that you say okay when the liberals saying right now I have to say that you know I think that's more really what happened you have one in the world yeah I think it might my whole thing with that is just that I know a lot of people who are accusing the Democrats of being trying to shut the country down because they want the president to lose and so they're looking at that as a reason that they will not wear masks or and and I did that to me is just on that's just crazy well you know to wear a mask should not wear a mask we will see if the president puts one on at the Ford motor planning yep sell any right outside of Detroit itself JYJ's plaintive JYJ so we'll see and the Michigan Attorney General no friend of trump to begin with is already said if he doesn't put on a massive sound don't ever bother coming back to Michigan again whether you're president or you become a citizen due to R. Kennedy beating you and that's Joe Biden anyway up next doesn't matter what your politics is on this this is simply a question of crunching numbers the bonds you had an idea for opening up restaurants Ned Lamont did it yesterday jetset Juliet who is not only the nation's number one par fly but restaurant tour and travel and travel expert is going to explain to us some of these new ideas that are being created to try to save the restaurant industry and whether it'll work or not you can go to Curtis and Juliet to Facebook page and you'll see it posted a few pages back and just weigh in on it but first let's get our news headlines and updates.

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"julia chang" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:29 min | 10 months ago

"julia chang" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sixty one people so far that reality is driving governments worldwide to reopen with extreme caution some more than others in New York governor Andrew Cuomo says some regions outside of New York City may start re opening this weekend after meeting the criteria for doing so but Cuomo cautions workers will need to be better protected they have to be socially distance the work space itself in some cases has to be adjusted reconfigured Cuomo warns if the number start reversing he's prepared to reimpose restrictions to keep the epicenter of the outbreak from sliding back much of Spain is now in the second phase of de escalation after being found to have lower number of coronavirus cases over the last few weeks Lucy have been heavy this report the overall numbers of new infections and daily fatalities across Spain have been falling Spaniards in those provinces will now be able to visit family and friends eat at restaurants with outdoor space and travel freely within their own province motherly them but say Lana among other densely populated areas remain in face one of the de escalation plan for at least another week ain has had one of the strictest confinement measures and has been one of the country's hardest hit by the corona virus pandemic for seven weeks Spaniards were not allowed to leave their homes except for buying food going to work or walking the dog last week adult for allowed to leave their homes to exercise for the first time during specific time slots organized by age brackets for NPR news I'm Lucy have an IV this in more yeah Spain police in Nashville are investigating a potential act of intimidation directed toward the head of the city's N. double ACP chapter from member station WPLN Blake farmer reports the initial complaint appeared to be taken lightly by the responding officer a bull's-eye practice target was erected in the front yard of Keith Caldwell was a clergy member and president of the national in double ACP he says he takes it as a threat and fears for the safety of his children though he doesn't want to conclude it's motivated by racism even though you're probably a really good chance but I want to let the police do their work I don't I don't want to see any flames unnecessarily what concern Coldwell most was the lack of concern from the police officer who first responded he did nothing more than take a report but a supervisor has now launched an investigation into possible intimidation and stepped up patrols in the neighborhood responding officers actions are under review by the department that's like farmer this is NPR live from KQED news I'm terrace either a group representing thousands of nail salon workers and owners are speaking out against governor Gavin Newsom's comments that even with proper sanitation salons are still hot spots for the corona virus the creation and Lynn reports press conference on Thursday governor Newsom said that the first case of community transmission in the state came from an unidentified nail salon now the advocacy group California healthy nail salon collaborative is condemning his remarks saying the lead to detrimental impacts on the nail salon industry which is largely made up of Asian immigrants executive director Lisa foods as many salon workers are already facing anti Asian racism and struggling financially under shelter in place orders a statement like this adds to that stress when are ready they feel like they're doing above and beyond and they will be doing even more above and beyond to really protect themselves and their customers the first community transmitted case was in Solano county but health officials have not confirmed that a nail salon was involved I'm channeling KQED news San Francisco officials say they're planning to re purpose some hotel rooms previously reserved for health workers to help low wage essential workers KQED's Julia Chang reports San Francisco has been paying for hundreds of hotel rooms for frontline workers to self isolated since March but a majority of these rooms have been sitting empty costing the city tens of thousands of dollars a day Trent rower executive director of the San Francisco Human Services agency says expanding access to these groups will protect the central workers like grocery store clerks from increased exposure to the virus and of course the potential for exposing their family members or other members of the household the city plans to use community based organizations and nonprofits to get the word out to workers about the.

"julia chang" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:42 min | 11 months ago

"julia chang" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Of fire now you'll you'll get to critique or maybe later on in the show let's go to Jamie note check that game will be coming up it's Casey use calling away from Detroit Motown welcome the W. A. B. C. Casey her added on Hey I'm a New Yorker I moved out here about five years ago the only time every person I know asked me do you have a concealed weapon permit oh really why is that because the people down here shoot first and ask questions later now that's not to say that you traded is bad or anything but the governor is really out of control you know you can't even buy paint so you were in your house bush camp white paint the paint your house while you're inside and the people that I know which are more African American friends and white friends here in Detroit hush money because none of them want to go back to work they're making more money than they would make it work just a black people though everybody I know because people make more money and basically what you've done is you have given them the fifteen dollar an hour wage and when this is all welcome back to work you know that there is that the Republicans and Democrats have done this it's not just the death of her body yeah okay see you well let me tell this to distinctive parts of Michigan there is the upscale very rule let hunters fishermen and then there's the downstate very urban and in Jackson Michigan you have the world's largest walled prison you want to check that which make yourself useful Jackson Michigan I was there they paint the wall white we got all the inmates inside most of them from Detroit it's considered the world's largest walled prison I've never heard of it let me tell you I mean injection I wasn't locked up the slow boy those prisoners inside they were looking at me like I was a pork chop really who they wanted to tear me up that's not being done let's go to Jane Wyatt hinted at before calling from Westchester welcome to Curtis and Jett said Julia Chang I heard it hi Julie how are you know great thank you out thank you I'm just coming back from Albany where there was the reopen New York you know protest no yeah yeah and you know I'm here my card when I pull over and you know it's a little bit disappointing because you know at the time you want to kind of have a day in your government and you know I thought it went up quite nicely from my point of view I was just in my car we were just doing our bonding our horns and things like that and then some people were walking towards the end it ended up they were walking towards the the governor's mansion and I was trying to just leaving and find the exit ramp and get back onto the highway and I ended up going past the governor's mansion so we were all sort of honking our horns and we wanted to go online and go past the governor's mansion I was able to do to run past his home along with other cars and then the police would have descended on us and they had other people there as well from other departments and they would not allow us to use the road they blocked the road it would not allow us to you know assemble and go past the governor's man your car's in our cars they would not far now yeah I I must tell you Jane you on eagle street which is where the governor's mansion is is it is it too close to the mansion or something about the concern there's plenty net they had barricades for the people so that they could not be in front of the governor's mansion the people have to be across the street they were holding signs and then I had the police blocking us off and then when I went around to do another turn they had people from they had to a truck through the department of general services blocking the road which is like a total misuse of other Jane that is so typical that is so typical it's not your change we realize home his father used to do the same thing so he's preventing people from being able to exercise their right to protest I got locked up by Maddie fudge up it'll tell Cuomo for protest thing a dime increase in the subway fare in New York City what IBM TS what were you doing to get arrested and I think that was right examines the governor's mansion on eagle street and we were I was throwing rolls of dying well and so he maybe Mario was looking out of the front window and he told the captain of the state police is to sign their lock him up and I had to end up doing ten days in Albany County jail for that I think it was two days judge Whelan judge well it was like a comedian on the bench he said I think something like ten thousand dollars or ten days I said I don't have ten thousand dollars he said will you do ten days so Mike are you could you get out early yes I did okay do you want me that all that long how many days did you do think three oh wow and they said it was a nuisance a menace to this land and it doesn't shock me was complaining about the food was really slap is not what is supposed to be and then I had to battle the brothers for the use of the basketball court during ragtime did you have did you get to where your your hat no no they shipped all the belongings say put me in the I. T. was orange jumpsuit at the time I think that was Albany County arms have been in so many jump did you take your Muggle world of no no no no let's go to videos calling from Dobbs ferry welcome to Curtis and Jed said Julie admitting how are you guys thank you so much for taking my call first off I want to tell you I love listening to you guys every day besides sometimes I don't know who you guys stand for if you keep changing your position each time but I love to hear your feedback and I really appreciate you let me just say that first secondly I'm I'm really would like you guys to talk a little bit more possible about how we are able to get back to the normal and and please I don't mean this really in any way to meet people who've suffered through coronavirus but at this point I don't care how many hospital beds I don't care how many people have been taken care of now I want to know how do we get back to normal well that that's that's fine and I must tell you many that's what we're going to be discussing next because Texas second largest state in the nation population wide second only to California followed by Florida and the ever diminished population of New York which goes so go to be double five but Texas is likely they'll open it up in my face it that's going to be an excellent test because they have a lot of urban areas Houston Dallas fort worth San Antonio millions and millions of people in those mayors I'm not all that the in sync with the governor Abbott's decision about what he's opening up we'll go through all of that and that's actually your favorite governor god the gruesome man himself because groups of California itself he Avenue some thank you can go to the beach is you know how hot something killed herself if you really that it's such an obscure thing that you've come up with it instead think Gavin Newsom is gross so no man I've been in southern California wanted to highlight was not Arizona hot no it's it's it's brutal though yeah but he's so he's saying you can't go out to the beach you can't well and good luck yeah closed all the parts and you know they got some great forests in California with the redwood trees in the hippies smoking the ropes of dope in Santa Cruz and then you go down highway one oh yeah I don't get California's my favorite state I had an opportunity to move to California California's beautiful I'm it's got there's just so much there's so many different things you know okay northern California so different from southern California it was with me you get KBC stationary back then and I know I'm a New York yeah I mean it's not exactly no yard anyway I number is one eight hundred eight four ray W. A. B. C. will go one two punch Texas abit and then Gus gruesome in California Santa is in.

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"julia chang" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:42 min | 11 months ago

"julia chang" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Werman you're with the world when U. S. universities started shutting down because of the corona virus lots of international students were left scrambling some who lived on campus had to find a new place to stay others rush to get back to their home countries right now though there is little clarity on what happens with the fall semester the world's my net for Deris looks at what that means for international students and the universities they attend Julia Chang is a sophomore at the university of Illinois Urbana Champaign she's normally staying put at her apartment near school but she gets restless okay so I'm walking back to my home I was phoned nearer to campus and courses see my friends and the like she studies in journalism and art design once in a while she walks through campus to get food with friends she says it's hearing without students around usually there will be a lot of people on the street and then you can see like who is their friends but right now it's just thousands it's kind of quiet here genius from Beijing after classes went online in March she wanted to get home to China the flights were canceled she's still hoping to make it back this summer to renew her student visa expires in June most international student visas last five years but she also went to high school in the US so her time is up the US requires her to renew her visa in China if she doesn't get it she's not sure she'll be able to take classes this fall if I can I'll come back I would just get a year off and stay in China Jane is one of more than one million international students enrolled at U. S. universities many don't know what the next school year will look like newly admitted international students might have trouble getting visas since embassies aren't processing them right now current students who did manage to return home before flights got cancelled are now worried about getting back into the US some estimates one of the twenty five percent drop of international students in the US because of the pandemic that's troubling scenario says Dick starts an economics professor at the university of California Santa Barbara if we lost a whole lot of our international students a lot of universities would have a really serious financial shock starts says international students are a big source of cash for colleges we often pay more than domestic students because they pay full tuition rates in universities will use that money to help subsidize the education of American students already fewer international students have been choosing to study in the US since twenty sixteen higher education experts attribute that to the trump administration's stricter immigration policies and anti immigrant rhetoric regional banks with a group representing international educators says a further drop in enrollment would hit schools hard particularly grad schools at the graduate level a majority of international students are here starting in the in the stem fields and they serve a role on campus as student teachers supporting faculty and also working in research labs universities are prepping for a financial hit the Martin McFarlane who runs international student services at the university of Illinois Urbana Champaign is optimistic I did speak to the admissions office very recently they say the number of international students accepting the offer the meetings on base with what we've seen in recent years for now he says there's still a lot of interest in coming here but we'll students even be able to fly into the U. S. that's unclear will they be able to afford to enroll if their own countries economies are crashing we don't know what it's gonna look like in August but these things are going to be your restricting the returning students just like we're gonna be restricting the new students as well Jane this sophomore in Illinois says newer students might be less willing to spend money on a U. S. education if fall classes are online she decided to study in the US for the experience the on campus experience here I like to experience the life here and how you trying some club ahead always some friends and having this experience is more like special for me she hopes to be able to continue studying here in the fall with her friends but I'm worried about my future if I am I cannot finish my school year wisdom that makes me feel really sad if you can't come back then she'll do what she can to continue her studies from China but he will be the college experience she's always dreamed up for the world I'm Arnett fitters everyone's missing something right now we miss seeing our friends in person we miss our favorite restaurants and bars and yell a lot of us are missing a live sports perhaps some sports more than others I miss baseball Bruce Springsteen speaking there on Sirius XM I'm not much of a sports fanatic at all but I do like baseball you can hear the longing in his voice I'm sure a lot of us can relate but you're a Bruce because the game has not vanished completely in Taiwan baseball season is in full swing eleven sports network is broadcasting ballgames in both Mandarin and English Ryan carpenter pitches for the record ten monkeys were pretty much always force going on right now I think it's a great way for people to tune in and watching live sports entertainment with everything that's going on and kind of take their mind off of everything else of course this isn't exactly baseball as usual many restrictions are in place for the sake of public health in the ball park there are no fans in the stands bare handed high fives are not allowed in yeah no spitting either here's Ryan carpenter again speaking to MLB radio you know you think about it in the back your mind as much as you can and try not to let you do it anything involving internal union but it just keeps happening over and over spending I guess is just part of the game for pitchers overall though the Chinese professional baseball league or CPBL has figured out a way to make the games work cardboard cut outs of people are in the stadium seats mimicking real fans they got your leaders dancing and music is blasting through the ballpark on the health side the five Taiwanese teams are frequently checking their players temperatures especially when they enter and exit the ballpark Taiwan has a population of about twenty three million and fewer than four hundred fifty confirmed cases of cover nineteen the island it's it's off the coast of mainland China has been praised for its quick response of the pandemic as the MLB and other sports leagues around the world look to re open we'll see if Taiwan's baseball league could turn out to be a.

"julia chang" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"julia chang" Discussed on NPR News Now

"He challenged the devil himself the among his more than one hundred and fifty rolls on CDO played working men in the emigrants and film that earned him his first Oscar Nomination Pele the conqueror and while fluent in several languages his second nomination in extremely loud and incredibly close came for a character who spoke not a word in recent years von. Sydow reached a new generation on TV as the three eyed Raven. In game of thrones Bob Mondello. Npr news this is NPR. The Defense Department says two U S servicemembers members have been killed by enemy forces in Iraq. The Pentagon says they were advising Iraqi security forces as they worked to eliminate Isis fighters. This was in an in the mountainous region of north central Iraq efforts to contain the spread of the new corona virus is showing the fragility of the GIG economy. Rideshare companies Uber and lived or being criticized for not making accommodations for drivers from member station K. Q. E. D. Julia Chang reports. They've responded but some drivers say it's not enough uber. Lift say drivers can receive up to two weeks pay if they are diagnosed with Cova nineteen or quarantined but drivers like eat an essay. The move doesn't do enough since many can't afford to go to the doctor when they're sick and they can't know if they have the virus if they're not going to the doctor in fact. Alvar got sick just over a month ago between having a flu and paying hundred doors for the doctor to tell me the.

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"julia chang" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"julia chang" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Nora Raum. Italy's prime minister announced a sweeping quarantine today in an attempt to limit the spread of the corona virus. This will affect huge. Parts of the country. About sixteen million people will be limited in their movements. The ban is to stay in effect until April third. Sixteen people have died in France from corona virus and there are now nearly one thousand confirmed cases. Npr's Eleanor Beardsley reports. Three of the new cases are members of the French parliament. The head of the country's public health system says nearly fifty people are now in intensive care. France has nevertheless maintained his corona virus alert level at Stage two since the viruses present in some areas but not across the country President Emmanuel Macron. Says IT WILL INEVITABLY MOVE INTO STAGE. Three in the coming weeks mackerel has urged limiting visits with elderly people who are most vulnerable to a krona virus infection. Eleanor beardsley NPR news. Paris officials with the Grand Princess Cruise. Ships say they believe they've identified the source of the Corona virus outbreak on their ship which has been stuck off the coast of California member station K. Q. E. D. Julia. Chang has more Dr Grant Carleen chief. Medical OFFICER FOR CARNIVAL CORPORATION SAYS. They traced the origin of the infections to a man from Plaza County Northern California. Who later died toiling says the passenger visited the ship's medical center on a previous voyage to Mexico. And that the man showed symptoms early on the trip which means illnesses probably community acquired somewhere in California before he joined the ship. Demand disembarked in San Francisco on February twenty first. Meanwhile some people stayed on board and WENT TO HAWAII. Twenty one passengers have tested positive for covert nineteen this includes two guests and nineteen crew members for NPR news. I'm Julie Chang and San Francisco passenger say. The captain has announced. The ship will now go to the Port in Oakland Washington D. C. OFFICIALS REPORT. The first confirmed case of the virus in the nation's capital. They say it's a man in his fifties a D. C. resident with no history of recent international travel in the race for the Democratic nomination for president six states holding primaries Tuesday both leading candidates campaign this weekend. Here's Bernie Sanders in Flint Michigan. It is hard to create energy and enthusiasm when show. Biden's campaign has received funding from over sixty billionaires. Sanders said no. Democrat can win the presidency with the same old same old politics of yesterday Biden campaign in Saint Louis Missouri telling potential supporters if they want to nominate a lifelong in Pro Democrat. They should pick him. He said that he can bring the Party together. You're listening to NPR news from Washington. Daylight saving time begins today for much of the. Us CLOCK SHOULD BE SET. One hour ahead at two am local time as Virginia. Lawmakers wrap up their legislative session. They're celebrating a series of gun control measures. They passed yesterday. They approve bills requiring background checks on gun sales and limiting handgun purchases to one per month. Roberta Role Dan with member station. Vpn reports the bills. Have the support of governor. Ralph Northam is expected to sign them into law since taking control over the state legislature last November. Virginia Democrats have pushed through seven gun. Control Bills Delegate Rip Sullivan Fairfax sponsored. A bill that would allow courts to take away the gun rights of people deemed a threat to themselves or others. There's no question that.

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"julia chang" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"julia chang" Discussed on NPR News Now

"This message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor xfinity some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like xfinity x. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make wifi simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply live from n._p._r. News in washington. I'm korva coleman. As president trump prepares to visit el paso tomorrow following the mass shootings there and in dayton hundreds of people gathered gathered for a vigil outside the national rifle association headquarters in northern virginia from member station w. a. m. u. Julia chang reports gun safety groups including march for our lives. The brady campaign and moms demand action stood outside the n._r._a.'s office calling on gun reform at chanted the words enough and both them <music> out there were joined by student activists as well as virginia congresswoman jennifer exton who suggested the issue of gun control has transcended politics is a political to say that kids and and adults shouldn't be gunned down when they're doing things like shopping for back to school attend utter. The names of those whose lives were lost to gun violence. Organizers drew attention to the recent shootings in brooklyn in chicago earlier monday the n._r._a. Announced welcomes the president's call to address. The root causes of violence for n._p._r. News i'm julie really chang in washington. Democratic presidential candidates have continued their condemnation of president trump. N._p._r.'s asthma holland reports this came during a san diego geico conference on monday of the nation's largest latino civil rights organization all day whether on t._v. in statements or in speeches the candidates admonished monisha the president for creating toxic racial atmosphere former vice president joe biden told a gathering of latino leaders in california that white supremacy he is on the rise and the words president utters matter. Mr president is long past time. You addressed it for what it is. This is hatred pure and simple. It's being fueled by rhetoric that is so divisive and it's causing causing people to die referencing phrase. The president recently used against four minority orgy congresswoman california's senator comma harris told the crowd trump needs to get out of the white house and go back to his reality tv. Show us mukalla n._p._r. News the treasury department has officially labelled china a currency manipulator. This comes after china started weakening its currency. This has the effect active making chinese goods less expensive for consumers to buy n._p._r.'s gyms. Rulli says this also trim market selloff on wall street on monday. Ain't we have seen a big drop in stock prices really all over the world but here in the united states <hes> this standard and poor's five hundred index <hes> was us down for the sixth day in a row we also saw big drops in the other indexes and this happened after china allowed its currency the yuan to drop up quite a bit in value <hes> it's not that this is so bad in and of itself but it is another sign that the trade war between china and the united states is intensifying fine and this scares a lot of people in in the markets n._p._r.'s jim zarroli from new york. You're listening to n._p._r. A heat wave continues in southern california as temperatures have reached triple digits across the inland part of the region for the past several days as mad gillam reports. It's the heat broke records in the desert resort town of palm springs on monday about one hundred miles east of los angeles palm springs routinely see scorching temperatures in the summer however hundred and twenty one degrees is hot even for a desert community celebrated for its year round warmth. Initially the national weather service said palm springs tied nineteen sixty nine record of one hundred and twenty degrees for august fifth that was later revised indicate. The record had actually been broken by one degree heat. Wave gripping much of the region is expected to break by mid week highs in palm springs or forecast has turned to normal just around one hundred ten degrees bob's recorded temperature ever was seen in california's death valley in july of nineteen thirteen the mercury climb to a blistering one hundred knbr thirty four degrees for n._p._r. News matt gilman san bernardino south korea says that north korea has again fire projectiles into the ocean the fourth time it's done so in recent weeks north korea has previously fired short range missiles president trump recently dismissed the significance of the north korean actions even though the weapons pose a threat to south korea japan and u._s. Basis in the region president trump is frozen assets belonging to the government of venezuelan president nicholas maduro american companies and individuals are immediately blocked from doing business with medeiros government and its supporters in a letter to congressional leaders president trump's cited the madore regime's human rights abuses. I'm korva coleman n._p._r. News from washington.

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"julia chang" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"julia chang" Discussed on NPR News Now

"This message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor xfinity some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like xfinity x. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make wifi simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply live from n._p._r. News in washington. I'm korva coleman. As president trump prepares to visit el paso tomorrow following the mass shootings there and in dayton hundreds of people gathered gathered for a vigil outside the national rifle association headquarters in northern virginia from member station w. a. m. u. Julia chang reports gun safety groups including march for our lives. The brady campaign and moms demand action stood outside the n._r._a.'s office calling on gun reform at chanted the words enough and both them <music> out there were joined by student activists as well as virginia congresswoman jennifer exton who suggested the issue of gun control has transcended politics is a political to say that kids and and adults shouldn't be gunned down when they're doing things like shopping for back to school attend utter. The names of those whose lives were lost to gun violence. Organizers drew attention to the recent shootings in brooklyn in chicago earlier monday the n._r._a. Announced welcomes the president's call to address. The root causes of violence for n._p._r. News i'm julie early chang in washington. Democratic presidential candidates have continued their condemnation of president trump. N._p._r.'s asthma holland reports this came during a san diego geico conference on monday of the nation's largest latino civil rights organization all day whether on t._v. in statements or in speeches the candidates admonished monisha the president for creating toxic racial atmosphere former vice president joe biden told a gathering of latino leaders in california that white supremacy he is on the rise and the words president utters matter. Mr president is long past time. You addressed it for what it is. This is hatred pure and simple. It's being fueled by rhetoric that is so divisive and it's causing causing people to die referencing phrase. The president recently used against four minority.

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"julia chang" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"julia chang" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"And in the face of massive fiscal stimulus and infrastructure spending morgan stanley's mike wilson was one of the streets most bullish strategists in two thousand seventeen and now he's the most bearish great according to cnbc the market strategists survey at the same time black rock has flipped interview and is now more bullish okay so morgan stanley was bullish and his now bearish black rock was bearish and is now bullish and that is bullshit mc right as the world's largest money manager black rock is quickly changed its tune on domestic equities keeton more black rocks chief equity strategist told investors that the fundamental story is the best it's been which is surprising given how far we are in this cycle wouldn't you say and it goes on i mean i'm not even gonna get into it because you can't make decisions based on this stuff folks and we're in the business here of trying to make better money moves and sometimes the best money move is to not move at all but i start today with this where is it what is the price of happiness there's a new number in sit back folks relax it is the ray program helping you make those money moves that will work best for you and a lot of it has to do with yourself and not comparing yourself to somebody else the socalled keeping up with the joneses mentality julia chang wrote and forbes how much money can buy happiness here's what julia had to say the income at which individuals experienced peak satisfaction with their lives has been determined and it's ninety five thousand dollars this is why you guys are so unhappy yet another job work in the media busy don't make that kind of money if you want to settle though for just emotional wellbeing these psychologists from purdue university and the university of virginia tell you that you can aim between sixty five and seventy five thousand that was the number that i recall from a couple of years ago it was once you made seventy five thousand dollars the fact that you made two hundred seventy five thousand didn't make you that much happier in fact in some cases that made you.

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"julia chang" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"julia chang" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"And in the face of massive fiscal stimulus and infrastructure spending morgan stanley's mike wilson was one of the streets most bullish strategists in two thousand seventeen and now he's the most bearish great according to cnbc market strategists survey at the same time black rock has flipped interview and is now more bullish okay so morgan stanley was bullish and is now bearish black rock was bearish and is now bullish and that is bullshit vic right as the world's largest money manager black rock is quickly changed its tune on domestic equities kate more black rocks chief equity strategist told investors that the fundamental story is the best it's been which is surprising given how far we are in this cycle wouldn't you say and it goes on i mean i'm not even going to get into it because you can't make decisions based on this stuff folks and we're in the business here of trying to make better money moves and sometimes the best money move is to not move at all but i start today with this where is it what is the price of happiness there's a new number in sit back folks relax it is the ray program those money moves that will work best for you and a lot of it has to do with yourself and not comparing yourself to somebody else socalled keeping up with the joneses mentality julia chang wrote and forbes how much money can buy happiness here's what julia had to say the income at which individuals experience peak satisfaction with their lives has been determined and it's ninety five thousand dollars this is why you guys are so unhappy yet another job work in the media business you don't make that kind of money if you want to settle though for just emotional wellbeing these psychologists from purdue university and the university of virginia tell you that you can aim between sixty five and.

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"julia chang" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"julia chang" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Bullish and that is bullshit vic all right as the world's largest moneymanager blackrock as quickly changed its tune on domestic equities kate and more black rocks chief equity strategist told investors that the fundamentals story is the best it's been which is surprising given how far we are in this cycle wouldn't you say and it goes on i mean i'm not even gonna get into it because you can't make decisions based on this stuff folks and we're in the business here of trying to make better money moves and sometimes the best money move is to phnom move at all but i start today with this where is it what is the price of happiness there's a new non marin said both realize it is the right program helping you to make those money moves that will work best for you and a lot of it has to do with yourself and not comparing yourself to somebody else the socalled keeping up with the jones's mentality julia chang a road informs how much money can buy happiness here's would julia had to say.

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"julia chang" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"julia chang" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"And in the face of massive fiscal stimulus and infrastructure spending morgan stanley's mike wilson was one of the streets most bullish strategists in 2017 and now he's the most bearish great great according to cnbc the market strategist survey at the same time bland rock has flip dance view and is now more bullish so morgan stanley was bullish and is now bearish black rogge was berisha's now bullish and that is bullshit vic i right as the world's largest moneymanager black rock as quickly changed its tune on domestic equities kate and more black rocks chief equity strategist told investors that the fundamental story is the best it's been um which is surprising given how far we are in this cycle wouldn't you say um and it goes on i mean i'm not even gonna get into it because you can't make decisions based on this stuff folks and we're in the business here of trying to make better money moves and sometimes the best money move is the not move at all but i start today with this where is it what is the price of happiness there's a new number in sit back folks relax it is the rate program helping you to make those of money moves that will work best for you and a lot of it has to do with yourself and not comparing yourself to somebody else the socalled keeping up with the jones's mentality julia chang road informs how much money can buy happiness here's what julia had to say.

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