11 Burst results for "Kirk Oropesa"

"kirk oropesa" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:54 min | 5 months ago

"kirk oropesa" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Up on all things Considered on 90.3 K. Easy you. A new report shows that the pandemic has pushed many working women to the brink. And a new study out of India shows that Children play a major role in the transmission of Covad 19 those stories, but first this news Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. In the presidential debate this week, President Donald Trump said both director of the CDC and the doctor in charge of operation Warp speed were wrong when they set a covert vaccine would not be widely available until next summer. Taxes. Public radio's Bonnie Petri reports. FDA Commissioner Stephen Han says his agency will not be influenced by political considerations. Resident. Trump has suggested several times that a vaccine may be approved by the FDA before Election Day. But Hans says he doesn't feel any pressure to move forward with the vaccine before all the required information is in November. 3rd does not factor into this is when the data are available for us to review I think everyone in America once a vaccine as soon as possible, But everybody in America wants a vaccine that safe and effective, Mon says he doesn't know when or if any of the three covert vaccine candidates in Phase three trials will reach his office for approval. I'm body Petri in San Antonio out. Firefighters in the San Francisco Bay area are battling high winds whipping up the glass fire in Napa and Sonoma County's It's K Huey's Rachel Maira reports difficult weather conditions continue to challenge firefighters. The glass fire is nowhere near California's biggest this record breaking year, but it's raging within a densely populated region something battalion chief Mark Brunton says. Firefighters are keenly aware of we're doing everything we can to try to mitigate that threat. But it is something we're extremely concerned it. The fire conditions such and the fuel conditions are so dry with 24 major wildfires active now across the state. Firefighters air spread thin and leaning on force multipliers from elsewhere, including National Guard troops from his Far East is Wisconsin. For NPR News. I'm Rachel Myrow. The Trump Administration is cutting refugee admissions to historically low level, citing health and safety concerns from faith based groups that support refugees or calling in a moral Here's NPR's Michelle Kelemen, the administration has informed Congress that it will allow only 15,000 refugees to be resettled in the U. S far below historic norms. Reverend John McCulloch of Church World Service describes the decision as a moral failure and a disgrace to the American legacy of welcome. The State Department says the administration is prioritizing the safety and wellbeing of Americans, especially in light of the cove in 19 pandemic. A former department official who now runs Refugees International calls that ironic, pointing out that hundreds of thousands of already resettled immigrants and refugees work on the front lines of the US Cove in 19 response. Michelle Kelemen NPR NEWS Washington mortgage rates came down slightly this week and remain at levels that by any standard or historically low mortgage buyer, Freddie Mac says the average rate on a 30 year alone Delta 2.88% from 2.9% last week on Wall Street. The Dow is up 35 points. This is NPR. Airplane builder. Boeing is now confirming intends to shut down an assembly line in the Seattle area next year and build all of its larger 787 jetliners in South Carolina instead. Going, says it's making the move to shutter the sandal assembly line in an effort to preserve cash with demand for new jet severely reduced by the Corona virus Pandemic. Twin engine 787 is one of Boeing's biggest jets used primarily for international routes. A federal judge in Boston has determined that Northeastern University does not owe anything to students who found a class action lawsuit seeking refunds for tuition for the spring semester. From GBH in Boston. Kirk para peasant has the story. The students had argued it was unfair for Northeastern to keep tuition payments because administrators sent them packing and move their classes online after the Corona virus broke out in March. The judge disagreed, noting that the lawsuit fails to establish that students were guaranteed in person instruction. Northeastern isn't alone. Students have filed lawsuits seeking refunds against Harvard. BRANDEIS, Brown and Boston University. Legal experts say there are no precedents for these cases, which represent a new financial threat to many colleges that rely on tuition as their primary source of income. For NPR News. I'm Kirk Oropesa in Boston. Goldman Sachs has apparently won out over Barclays PLC in a bidding battle over General Motors credit card business going to report by the Wall Street Journal, Goldman agreeing to pay $2.5 billion G. M's credit card issuer Capital One..

NPR News Boston President Donald Trump NPR Trump Administration FDA Northeastern Michelle Kelemen Boeing Covad Jack Spear Refugees International America Bonnie Petri Goldman Sachs India San Francisco Bay Rachel Myrow Hans
"kirk oropesa" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:57 min | 5 months ago

"kirk oropesa" Discussed on KCRW

"Play today, When will the smoke from fires wildfires burning in Southern California lift and move out? We'll talk about that after this from NPR. Live from NPR news Timeto Wayne Brown. Hurricane Sally has weakened to a tropical storm as it pounds the Gulf Coast but remains a serious rainmaker. Sally came ashore early this morning as a powerful Category two storm near Alabama's Gulf shores with wind speeds of more than 100 MPH. Nearly half a million homes and businesses have lost power. Robert Kraft is the mayor of Gulf Shores, He says some locals who live on the beach didn't leave. We also have a residential beach and residential beaches are uranium residential e, but you also live in and the folks that live in them. A lot of them didn't lead And so when water started getting into their own, we have to go rescue. So we had opened up several temporary shelters, and we probably have 50 plus people. In shelters because their homes flooded. Forecasters are also tracking Hurricane teddy as it moves west of the Virgin Islands. Teddy is expected to become a major hurricane by the weekend. In Boston A federal appeals court heard arguments today in a case charging Harvard discriminates against Asian American applicants from member station Bgh Kirk Cara Pasa reports. The plaintiff Students for fair admissions, or S. F F a argued that Harvard engages in racial balancing and intentionally discriminates against Asian American applicants by holding them to higher personality standards. SF Phase, lead counsel said quote Neither Asian Americans have worse personalities or something is awry. Harvard's lead attorney dismissed that idea, noting that in a three retrial if never presented a single application that proved intentional bias at stake in this case is more than four decades of president that says college officials can consider race, among other factors when deciding which students to admit The judge's decision is expected as early as this winter for NPR news. I'm Kirk Oropesa in Boston Stocks finished mixed on Wall Street. You're listening to NPR news. And this is Casey AR W News on a Wednesday September 16th Larry Parole Here's What's happening at 4 32. It is another hazy day in Southern California as unhealthy air quality persist through the region, so What is causing this hazardous clogged air, well, smoke and ash spewed for more than 44,000 Acre bobcat fire in the Angeles National Forest and some unique weather patterns, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Mike Woolford. The fires in the wind direction and also we have an inversion layer, which trapped some of that smokes sometimes smoke. It's down there, and I can't really Carol move out of there, so there's gets into the valleys and Sometimes it takes a little longer to clear. Although he doesn't know when exactly. The small filled air will clear out. He is seeing a trend towards improvement today, thanks to shifting whether variables low pressure system that's moving into Northern California and Oregon and Washington. And that's going to help. Bring a little bit more of it. I'm sure flow which should eventually start. Ah. Keep the more to keep the smoke that's over the fires and keep it moving towards this direction. Well, until that smoke clears, we may be in for a couple of more murky days. Local public health officials have issued a smoke advisory through today for virtually all of L. A county. L. A County sheriff. I like to be in the way of a sense. The investigation into who shot two sheriff's deputies is yielding some positive leads. All the deputies are in the I. C U A local city official is catching some heat for comments he made about the attack. Here's Casey are Delia's Cherry Glazer. The deputies were shot Saturday night while sitting in a patrol car in Compton. Jose almost total is the manager for Linwood, the city next door. On Sunday, he posted on his personal Instagram account. A photo of Malcolm X with the caption. Chicken's come home to roost, a comment the civil rights leader made after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Almost total had more commentary in the caption. He wrote that the shooting of anyone is quote wholly unacceptable. But the communities like Compton have been plagued by deputy gangs that inflict fear, and he accused the sheriff of sowing the seeds of anger and frustration. A city of Linwood was quick to respond, saying it sent heartfelt prayers to the deputies families and that his comments did not reflect the position of the city and the City Council has now voted to put him on paid leave pending an investigation. And a New York real estate developer has completed its acquisition of U. S Bank Tower, one of Ellie's tallest skyscrapers. Silverstein Partners is making a $430 million bet that people world will return to their offices when the pandemic is over. The commercial real estate market has been clobbered in recent months as people work from home. Silverstein bought the building from a Singapore real estate company, which paid $340 million. Or the Bunker Hill property seven years ago. Support for NPR comes from see three c three dot Ai ai software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale.

NPR Harvard Gulf Shores Southern California Compton Boston Hurricane Sally Hurricane teddy Bgh Kirk Cara Pasa Gulf Coast Sally Linwood Robert Kraft Alabama Silverstein Partners Wayne Brown Kirk Oropesa Teddy
"kirk oropesa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 5 months ago

"kirk oropesa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Morning as a powerful Category two storm near Alabama's Gulf shores with wind speeds of more than 100 MPH. Nearly half a million homes and businesses have lost power. Robert Kraft is the mayor of Gulf Shores, He says some locals who live on the beach didn't leave. We also have a residential beach and residential beaches are uranium residential e, but you also live in and the folks that live in them. A lot of them didn't lead. And so when water started getting into their own, we have to go rescue. So we had to open up several temporary shelters, and we probably have 50 plus people. In shelters because their homes flooded. Forecasters are also tracking Hurricane teddy as it moves west of the Virgin Islands. Teddy is expected to become a major hurricane by the weekend. In Boston A federal appeals court heard arguments today in a case charging Harvard discriminates against Asian American applicants from member station Bgh Kirk Cara Paisa reports. The plaintiff Students for fair admissions, or S. F F A argued that Harvard engages in racial balancing and intentionally discriminates against Asian American applicants by holding them to higher personality standards as if a phase lead counsel said quote Neither Asian Americans have worse personalities or something is awry. Harvard's lead attorney dismissed that idea, noting that in a three retrial, SF never presented a single application that proved intentional bias at stake in this case is more than four decades of president that, says college officials 10 consider race, among other factors when deciding which students to admit The judge's decision is expected as early as this winter for NPR news. I'm Kirk Oropesa in Boston. Stocks finished mixed on Wall Street. You're listening to NPR news, and this is WNBC in New York. I'm Sean Carlson. Online Orientation kicked off today for New York City's Million plus public school students. Xena's on is a community Education Council member in Brooklyn. She spent the first day helping Bangladeshi parents navigate new usernames and passwords. Can you imagine a person who's not fluent in English? Who's spending a child for the first time? In the system the amount off, you know, confusion they might be facing. Education officials say that's exactly what these orientation days or four iron out any technical snags ahead of the first full day of instruction on Monday, more than 40% of students have chosen to learn exclusively from home and the rest will be learning remotely several days a week. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed.

Harvard Hurricane teddy Gulf Shores Robert Kraft NPR New York City Boston Bgh Kirk Cara Paisa Xena Alabama Kirk Oropesa Sean Carlson New Jersey Virgin Islands Governor Phil Murphy Brooklyn SF president attorney
"kirk oropesa" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:42 min | 5 months ago

"kirk oropesa" Discussed on KCRW

"Which is the highest category. We've got rivers that are going to be making historical records. Sal is expected to retain hurricane strength until overnight tonight. For NPR News. I'm Pat Duggan's in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other congressional Democrats are calling for an investigation into an immigration detention center in Georgia. Susanna Kappa Ludo from member station W. A B reports and nurse at the facility claims detainees have been denied basic healthcare and women have undergone questionable hysterectomies down. Wooten was a nurse at the Irwin County Immigrant Detention Center until July. She says she was demoted after questioning why detainees weren't tested for Corona virus. Wouldn't also says there wasn't enough. Pee pee are seeing the conditions inside the facility throughout time's passing. I decided to become a whistleblower. After this last round with covert 19 in a 27 page reports to the Department of Homeland Security Office off Inspector General wouldn't also claims women at the facility were getting unnecessary history Ectomy is from an outside doctor. Isis said It does not comment on issues before the inspector general, but that it takes all allegations seriously. For NPR news. I'm Susanna Kapalua Toe in Atlanta A federal appeals court in Boston will hear arguments today in a case that accuses Harvard University of discriminating against Asian American applicants. Kurt Cara Pensa from member station WGBH reports The group students repaired missions has argued Harvard systematically rates Asian Americans lower on certain personality traits like leadership. In October. Judge Alison Burrows ruled Harvard does not discriminate in her decision. Burrows said that 42 years of Supreme Court precedent that allows admissions officials to consider race as one of many factors. Three federal judges will review the decision that upheld Harvard's admissions practices as constitutional decision is expected as early as this winter, and whichever side prevails in this court. The decision is widely expected to be appealed to the Supreme Court for NPR News. I'm Kirk Oropesa in Boston. This is NPR news in Washington and 604 on Cherry Glaser with K C R W News. Firefighters are in a battle to save the Mount Wilson Observatory from the Flames of the Bobcat Fire Backfire set around the 116 year old astronomical facility in a barrage of water drops have proved effective. According to the U. S. Forest Service. At one point yesterday, the flames were just 500 FT. Away, Lake County Fire Captain David Dan Tick told Attila the blaze is highly unpredictable. This fire can do anything at any point in time, so we want to make sure that safety of the people and living in these communities as utmost importance. Mount Wilson is while the historical sites of astronomy and also home to infrastructure that transmits cellphone signals, and television and radio broadcasting for the area. Fire continues to produce large amounts of smoke contributing to foul air across southern California. A smoke advise remains in effect across virtually all of L. A county today, including the coast. Smoke is especially bad closest to the fire in the San Gabriel Valley foothill communities like Arcadia, where Sara Neal lives. I looked it up online. It's life for blocks away from here, and it doesn't even feel like it because it's so hazy. You can't see it. In addition to protecting Mount Wilson, fire officials say the priority is keeping the flames from spreading into Arcadia and other communities on the southern edge of the blaze. An evacuation order for some Sierra Madre and Arcadia residents remains in effect. An evacuation warnings are in place for thousands of other foothill residents. A bobcat fire has burned more than 41,000 acres since it started 10 days ago and has studied stubbornly resisted efforts to control it. It's just 3% surrounded. Case here. W's Benjamin Gottlieb looks at why this fire has been so tough to contain its a recipe that's common for fires all across the country in the world. Really, you have an area that hasn't burned for such a long time, decades. Really? And then you take that. Combine it with California's historic drought We had a few years ago and then you have this high heat, which we saw a few weeks ago in last week as well. This week we're seeing Cem Cem or high heat and low humidity and there is really your perfect conditions. But also the winds have been tricky and the terrain for firefighters. I mean that we expected this really massive Santa Anna events. That didn't happen, But the winds have been shifting and also the terrain is really rugged up there. I mean, it's it's got a lot of canyon areas, and it's just tough for firefighters to get in a good position. Fire crews do not expect to contain the bomb can't fire until the end of next month. In L. A county public health director Barbara Ferreira is trying to shut down allegations that plans for reopening school campuses during the pandemic are politically linked to the upcoming election. For rare sparked a flurry of social media conspiracy theories last week when she said that schools are unlikely to reopen for in person learning until after the election in early November for air, said her common had nothing to do with the actual election. Rather, she was referencing an early November time frame. She says that to make an accurate decision about reopening, the county needs to see at least six weeks of data from a limited amount of schools that were allowed to resume in person learning that six weeks would hit around early November. Support for NPR comes from twill eo customer engagement platform used by millions of developers to reinvent how businesses communicate with their users. Learn more at twilio dot com. It's.

NPR News Arcadia Supreme Court Mount Wilson Boston California Harvard Alison Burrows Mount Wilson Observatory Irwin County Immigrant Detenti Susanna Kappa Ludo Nancy Pelosi Pat Duggan Sal Alabama Susanna Kapalua Toe Lake County Cem Cem
"kirk oropesa" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:56 min | 6 months ago

"kirk oropesa" Discussed on KCRW

"Will be along to talk about a new documentary film by two time Oscar winning director Barbara Couple. It's an account President Jimmy Carter's unsuccessful attempt to rescue 52 Americans held hostage in Iran in 1980, better known as the hostage crisis. I'm sure many of you remember that anyway, He's going to talk about it coming up here on W Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston. Actress Lori Laughlin and her husband, fashion designer Massimo Ji and Italy have been sentenced in the college admissions bribery scandal. Kurt Cara Pensa from member station WGBH reports, Lachlan will spend two months in prison and generally five Reading from a prepared statement online. The actress fought back tears as she said she now understands how her actions quote exacerbated existing inequalities. That realization weighs heavily on me, she said. In May, Lachlan admitted she and her husband funnelled half a million dollars through a fake foundation to falsify test scores Photoshopped pictures and then have their two daughters recruited to the USC crew team. Even though neither of them rode the A videoconference. Federal judge Nathaniel Gordon issued Lachlan sentence, saying quote weaken on ly hope that you will spend the rest of your charmed life restoring the system. Which you have harmed for NPR news. I'm Kirk Oropesa in Boston. Hundreds of wildfires continue to burn across California. At least five people are dead and more than 100,000 have been forced from their homes. Governor Gavin Newsom is urging residents to abide by evacuation orders peed. The emergency notice is in the evacuation orders. You take them seriously. 119,000 people so far have Because 771,000 acres has already been burned in the state of California and equivalent to the size of the state of Rhode Island, The largest wildfire is burning in Solano County, it scorch more than 220,000 acres. More than 12,000 lightning strikes have been sparking new fires. All of the major indices traded higher today on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrial Average of 190 points at the close the NASDAQ composite up 46 We're listening to NPR news in Washington. And this is Casey AR W News on Larry Perella. Here's what's happening at 6 32 on a Friday evening. At least city attorney Mike Fewer has filed over 300 criminal charges against the owners and operators of four downtown buildings and three businesses for alleged violations of fire and safety codes. They're being blamed for a huge explosion in May that injured a dozen firefighters. Here's KCR W's Jackie Sedley. City officials say illegally stored butane canisters are to blame for the explosion on May 16th that left firefighters running for their lives and caused a smoke cloud that was visible for miles. The blast was so hot that it melted firefighters, helmets and singe the seats of an engine truck across the street. Ellie requires businesses to put a placard stating that highly flammable butane is stored on their property. But fewer, says three smoke shops on Boyd Street, all in buildings owned by Steve. Some. Holy never told the city they had butane on site. The stores allegedly supplied butane to the illicit marijuana market, where it's used to make extracts like Vape cartridge. Oil city has yet to license cannabis manufacturers to legally make butane extracts. And critics say this leaves businesses like the ones on Boyd Street to keep their storage of hazardous materials under wraps. That is, Casey are dubious, Jackie said. Lee reporting and as wildfires continue to consume land and resource is here in the state. Three major fires collections of fires have killed at least five people forced tens of thousands of people from their homes. Governor Newsome was at the L. A new Lightning complex Fire Command post near Vaca built today, he says California is casting a wider net in search of reinforcements. We now are engaged formally. With mutual aid from 10 different states. We've been on the phone with governors, all throughout the United States, not just the Western states trying to reach out as far as the East Coast to see if we can get resource is here into the state of California, addressed the stress that we placed on the 12,000 plus firefighters that are on the lines as we speak. New evacuation orders are being posted in Lake County for the Ellen You, which covers Lake Napa, Solano and Sonoma County's that fire has destroyed 480 buildings burned 219,000 acres and containment stands at just 7%. The first time since it happened making the Stallion Stallion said fellow rapper Tory Lanes was the person who shot her in the foot outside of a Hollywood hills home. Last month. Megan made the announcement on Instagram Livestream last night saying, quote. Yes, story shot me. Stop lying, She said she did not initially tell law enforcement who pulled the trigger because she was fearful for repercussions. Lanes would face but should have lanes, was arrested after the shooting for possession of a concealed weapon and was released on bail later in the day. He has not been charged with the L. A County district attorney's.

California Tory Lanes NPR Washington Jackie Sedley Lachlan President Jimmy Carter Governor Gavin Newsom Windsor Johnston Oscar Nathaniel Gordon Solano County Lori Laughlin Kurt Cara Pensa bribery Governor Newsome Massimo Ji Barbara Couple
"kirk oropesa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:32 min | 6 months ago

"kirk oropesa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Say a lack of regulation is responsible for bad Corona virus tests. But we need is accurate testing and without that level of scrutiny. I worry about having a wild west out there. With respect to these tests, Thie FDA, the Trump administration and testing this hour plus Ed Mullins has been the fiery president of the sergeant's Benevolent Association in New York City. But how is his divisive style playing out in this moment of reform will find out after news headlines. Bye from NPR News. I'm Jack Spear. Actress Lori Laughlin and her husband, Fashion designer Mo is Mo. Generally have been sentenced in the college admissions bribery scandal. Remember Station WGBH in Boston CART Sara Pez reports, Lachlan will spend two months in prison and generally five Reading from a prepared statement online. The actress fought back tears as she said she now understands how her actions quote exacerbated existing inequalities. That realization with heavily on me, she said. In May, Lachlan admitted she and her husband funnelled half a million dollars through a fake foundation to falsify test scores Photoshopped pictures and then have their two daughters recruited to the USC crew team. Even though neither of them rode the A videoconference. Federal judge Nathaniel Gordon issued Lachlan sentence, saying quote weaken on ly hope that you will spend the rest of your charmed life restoring the system. Which you have harmed for NPR news. I'm Kirk Oropesa in Boston President Donald Trump, Responding to last night's nomination acceptance speech by Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden says We're Biden sees American darkness. He sees American greatness. Anxious for his turn in the spotlight after the four day Democratic National Convention. Trump also accused Democrats of holding the darkest and gloomiest convention in American history. Trump made his remarks stay in Arlington, Virginia, during a speech to the GOP Aligned Council for National Policy. A funeral for President Trump's brother Robert was held at the White House today is NPR's Tamara Keith reports. It is a private ceremony. Trump's younger brother, Robert, was 71 years old and died last week in a New York hospital. Although the funeral happened in private reporters were summoned to the front of the White House says Robert's casket covered in flowers was transferred to a waiting hers. President Trump, the first lady and other family members watched, offering each other comfort calling into Fox and friends. Earlier this week, Trump said he had been close to his younger brother. He was a great guy. He was a tremendous guy. He was my friend. I guess they say best friend, and that's true. The White House isn't releasing any details about the service but in official said the president would be covering the costs. Tamara Keith NPR NEWS social media behemoth. Facebook is said to be considering banning all political advertising after the upcoming election as part of what the company says would be an effort to curb election misinformation. That's according to a source who's been in discussions with the company, speaking on condition of anonymity, the source telling Reuters, the social media company in its executives have talked with experts about possible election scenarios. Last year. Twitter ban political ads, But Facebook is maintained it does not want to stifle political speech continued gains and tech stocks helped to prop up the overall market. At week's end, the Dow gained 191 points to close at 9 27,030. Today the NASDAQ was up 46 points the S and P Rose 11 points today. You're listening to NPR. This is W m. I see. I'm Jamie Floyd as New York prepares for a small number of jury trials this fall, the system is facing questions about how to handle it safely. Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence Marks told a State Senate committee hearing that epidemiologists have been hired To consult on safety issues. But when questioned by Senator Brad oilman, Mark said, this expert never visited any courtrooms. The communication with them has been over the phone and And by email. They haven't physically seen any of the court, the layout or, um, configuration of courtrooms. They've seen layout plans. He said. The court will work with local courts to make adjustments. And nearly two weeks after President Trump offered unemployed individuals an extra $300 per week Governor Cuomo's office and it will submit the necessary paperwork so that the money can make its way to New York. ER's. The money comes on top of the usual payments from state government unemployment insurance systems. At first, Cuomo balked at Trump's offer because it would have four states to pitch in an extra $100 per week. But the feds quickly dropped the requirement for most recipients. The U. S Department of Labor says it has already gotten $75 million to unemployed individuals in Arizona, which was one of the first states to apply for assistance. It's expected to take another few weeks for the money to make its way to unemployed people in New York and more people were out and about in New York City today, compared to the height of the pandemic this past spring. Street vendors say business is nowhere near what it wass in normal times. 72 year old hot dog vendor Barbara Morris works the 86th Street in Central Park West Corner. And says she rarely sees any of her regular customers anymore. I sell ice cream now.

President Trump NPR News president New York New York City NPR Tamara Keith Lachlan Facebook Trump Boston White House Robert Nathaniel Gordon Thie FDA bribery Lori Laughlin Jack Spear Governor Cuomo
"kirk oropesa" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:04 min | 6 months ago

"kirk oropesa" Discussed on KCRW

"Bye from NPR News. I'm Jack Spear. Actress Lori Laughlin and her husband, fashion designer machismo generally have been sentenced in the college admissions bribery scandal. Remember Station WGBH in Boston CART Sara Pez reports, Lachlan will spend two months in prison and generally five Reading from a prepared statement online. The actress fought back tears as she said she now understands how her actions quote exacerbated existing inequalities. That realization weighs heavily on me, she said. In May, Lachlan admitted she and her husband funnelled half a million dollars through a fake foundation to falsify test scores Photoshopped pictures and then have their two daughters recruited to the USC crew team. Even though neither of them rode the A videoconference. Federal judge Nathaniel Gordon issued Lachlan sentence, saying quote weaken on ly hope that you will spend the rest of your charmed life restoring the system. But you have harmed for NPR news. I'm Kirk Oropesa in Boston President Donald Trump, Responding to last night's nomination acceptance speech by Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden says We're Biden sees American darkness. He sees American greatness. Anxious for his turn in the spotlight after the four day Democratic National Convention. Trump also accused Democrats of holding the darkest and gloomiest convention in American history. Trump made his remarks stay in Arlington, Virginia, during a speech to the GOP Aligned Council for National Policy. A funeral for President Trump's brother Robert was held at the White House today is NPR's Tamara Keith reports. It is a private ceremony. Trump's younger brother, Robert, was 71 years old and died last week in a New York hospital. Although the funeral happened in private reporters were summoned to the front of the White House says Robert's casket covered in flowers was transferred to a waiting hers. President Trump, the first lady and other family members watched, offering each other comfort calling into Fox and friends. Earlier this week, Trump said he had been close to his younger brother. He was a great guy. He was a tremendous guy. He was my friend. I guess they say best friend, and that's true. The White House isn't releasing any details about the service but in official said the president would be covering the costs. Tamara Keith NPR NEWS social media behemoth. Facebook is said to be considering banning all political advertising after the upcoming election. Is part of what the company says would be an effort to curb election misinformation. That's according to a source who's been in discussions with the company, speaking on condition of anonymity, the source telling Reuters, the social media company and its executives have talked with experts about possible election scenarios. Last year. Twitter ban political ads, But Facebook is maintained it does not want to stifle political speech. Continued gains and tax stocks helped to prop up the overall market. At week's end, the Dow gained 191 points to close at 9 27,030. Today the NASDAQ was up 46 points the S and P Rose 11 points today. You're listening to NPR and this is Casey AR W. On Larry Pearl on a Friday, August 21st. Here is what's happening at 40 for.

President Trump NPR News White House NPR Lachlan Tamara Keith Boston Joe Biden Robert president Lori Laughlin Jack Spear bribery Facebook Nathaniel Gordon WGBH Sara Pez USC
"kirk oropesa" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:15 min | 6 months ago

"kirk oropesa" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"College professors tell us their hopes and fears for the semester. I have no idea what to expect. Faculty need to have the power Tio make the decisions to keep themselves safe. I'm really worried that our campus is gonna become a hot spot and a new novel explores how attitudes towards consent and sexual assault have and haven't changed. Her sort of reputation lived with her in death. When I think that does happen the law now news Bye from NPR News. I'm Jack Spear. Actress Lori Laughlin and her husband, Fashion designer Mo Mo JIA, newly have been sentenced in the college admissions bribery scandal. Remember Station WGBH in Boston CART Sara Pez reports, Lachlan will spend two months in prison and generally five Reading from a prepared statement online. The actress fought back tears as she said she now understands how her actions quote exacerbated existing inequalities. That realization weighs heavily on me, she said. In May, Lachlan admitted she and her husband funnelled half a million dollars through a fake foundation to falsify test scores Photoshopped pictures and then have their two daughters recruited to the USC crew team. Even though neither of them rode the A videoconference. Federal judge Nathaniel Gordon issued Lachlan sentence, saying quote weaken on ly hope that you will spend the rest of your charmed life restoring the system. Which you have harmed for NPR news. I'm Kirk Oropesa in Boston President Donald Trump, Responding to last night's nomination acceptance speech by Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden says We're Biden sees American darkness. He sees American greatness. Anxious for his turn in the spotlight after the four day Democratic National Convention. Trump also accused Democrats of holding the darkest and gloomiest convention in American history. Trump made his remarks stay in Arlington, Virginia, during a speech to the GOP line Council for National Policy. A funeral for President Trump's brother Robert was held at the White House today is NPR's Tamara Keith reports. It is a private ceremony. Trump's younger brother, Robert, was 71 years old and died last week in New York Hospital. Although the funeral happened in private reporters were summoned to the front of the White House says Robert's casket covered in flowers was transferred to a waiting Her's.

President Trump Mo Mo JIA Joe Biden Lachlan NPR Boston Robert White House Nathaniel Gordon Lori Laughlin Jack Spear Tamara Keith assault bribery USC WGBH Sara Pez Kirk Oropesa
"kirk oropesa" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:14 min | 7 months ago

"kirk oropesa" Discussed on KCRW

"Every voter has the ability to securely cast their ballot while protecting public health is our paramount concern. The Democratic governor says the state will follow the model it used in its July primary. Five other states have been voting entirely by mail. A three judge. Appeals court panel has ruled California's ban on high capacity ammunition magazines is unconstitutional, saying it strikes at the core of the second Amendment right to armed self defense. The law prohibits magazines that hold more than 10 bullets. Several other states have similar bands. Former FBI lawyer Kevin Kline. Smith has agreed to plead guilty to a false statement charge for altering a document linked to the Russia investigation, a development expected to be welcomed by President Trump. NPR's Carrie Johnson reports. The case marks the first criminal charge regarding the 2016 intelligence gathering investigation. The Justice Department inspector general found that client Smith had changed a document used to authorize surveillance on former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. Now client, Smith will plead guilty to a single false statement charge in connection with that matter. His lawyer just inshore, says client. Smith deeply regrets altering the email and says he didn't intend to mislead the surveillance court or his colleagues but understands what he did was wrong and accepts responsibility. The case is the first in a year long investigation by U. S Attorney John Durham and how the Obama administration Catherine Intelligence on Russia's interactions with the Trump campaign. Carrie Johnson. NPR NEWS Washington This is NPR. Yale University, calls the Justice Department's allegation that it discriminates against White and Asian American applicants baseless. The university says DOJ failed to review all the information it provided. Today is the deadline for all colleges and universities to implement new title. Nine policies on sexual harassment complaints. Kirk Cara Pez of member station WGBH reports. The new rules were announced back in May by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. They had dating violence and stocking to the definition of sexual harassment. It also narrow that definition to conduct that is quote severe and perverse. Under the new rules that go into effect today, colleges will also be required to hold hearings with both sides represented. Eva says that will ensure due process for the accused. The new rules are being challenged in court. So some schools are expected to hit the pause button on revising their own policies until a federal judge issues a ruling. For NPR news. I'm Kirk Oropesa in Boston. Mourners gathered today at the former Houston High School of Vanessa G. N a Fort Hood soldier killed in April. Her sister Lupe paid tribute. Less against is the definition of beauty. Strength Warrior. Investigators say Gin was bludgeoned to death by a fellow soldier, her family says. She complained the soldier had sexually harassed her. Dylan's death has increased attention on gender equality in the military. I'm Barbara Klein. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Hub Spot whose enterprise Crn platform is designed to help marketing sales and customer service teams generate leads gross sales and innovate the customer experience more at hub spot dot com grow better. An author learned she's autistic while writing a novel about a woman with autism and Jacob Collier, who says he had the childhood of a musical sponge absorbing classical folk rock. And I saw no reason why the wonky groups one finds on the streets of Morocco cannot be collaborated with the wonky groups found on the streets of Detroit. Those stories in all the weeks news Saturday on weekend edition from NPR News in into Weekend edition Weekend mornings at six Right here on K. C. R W You. Welcome back to left right and center. I'm.

NPR NPR News Smith Carrie Johnson harassment Justice Department Russia California President Trump Kirk Cara Pez Yale University FBI Kevin Kline Trump Betsy DeVos Jacob Collier Kirk Oropesa
"kirk oropesa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:16 min | 7 months ago

"kirk oropesa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The legendary and controversial rock n roll publication, which turned 50 last year on then we turn the rock folk will hear from the iconic duo Amy Ray and Emily Failures. They're known as the Indigo Girls will be discussed. Her latest album there, 15 called Looked long and we'll Listen to two exclusive performances will get all of it. I know Stuart and I will meet you on the other side of the booth. Live from NPR News. I'm Shea Stevens. At least 541 Corona virus deaths were recorded in the United States on Monday, pushing the total closer to 164,000. Johns Hopkins University has recorded nearly 5.1 million cases of the disease nationally and more than 20 million cases worldwide. President Trump says he remains confident that a covert 19 vaccine is coming soon, I think will be Making tremendous progress over the next Period off a few months and certainly before the end of the year. I think we'll have a vaccine before the end of the year very substantially, and we may have A therapeutic. Resolve mint very quickly. Trump says Three vaccine candidates are currently in phase three clinical trials to assess their safety and effectiveness. 40% of college Firstman, responding to a national survey say they plan to stay home this fall because of the Corona virus pandemic. Kirk Arup as a member station WGBH Has more of the 1800 students contacted for the study, four in 10 are likely or highly likely not to attend any college this fall. The trend includes highly selective colleges like Harvard, which announced last week that 20% of freshman differed enrollment. Jason Simon is CEO of Simpson. Scarborough, which conducted the survey is just a really, really highly volatile time. There's still a lot of students who are rethinking what their plans are and are waiting. For the last minute to try to make any of those decisions. That might be because the survey also found that a vast majority of students don't trust other students to follow public health guidelines for NPR news. I'm Kirk Oropesa in Boston, California's director of public health, has resigned amid controversy over the state's Corona virus database. That story from KQED. Scott Shafer in San Francisco. Dr. Sonya Angel announced she was leaving in an email to department staff but did not say why. Her sudden departure comes a week after Governor Gavin Newsom announced a 21% drop in the rate of positive Corona virus testing just before state health officials revealed the computer system that collects test results. May not have counted as many as 300,000 records. The Newsome administration insist they didn't know about the magnitude of the problem when the governor announced the rate drop, But some local health officials had been told more than 10,000 Californians have now died from covert 19 for NPR News. I'm Scott Shafer in San Francisco Seattle City Council has revised his 2020 budget to include Cutting the size of the city's police force, but about 100 officers through layoffs and attrition. Cuts are not as extensive as demonstrators demanded in the wake of protests over police killings. Seattle City Council members say it is a first step This is NPR news. McDonald's is suing a former CEO who was forced out over alleged inappropriate relationship with an employee. The fast food chain claim Steve Easterbrook covered up other alleged relationships with workers and destroyed evidence. Easterbrook received nearly $42 million severance when he was ousted last year. Lebanon's prime minister stepping down listen a week after a massive explosion killed more than 160 people in Beirut. Nada homes. He reports that the departure follows massive anti government protests over the government's handling of the disaster. Prime Minister Hassan DEA announced his resignation Monday evening in a televised speech, citing chronic corruption at the root of the explosion in Beirut sport. President Michelle and has asked the ABS government stay in a caretaker capacity until a new Cabinet is formed. The collapse of Diaz short lived government, which lasted less than a year, came following mass outrage at the explosion. But this resignation is unlikely to appease the Lebanese public, which blames the explosion on entrenched political corruption and negligence. Following the resignation, protestors demonstrated for 1/3 straight day clashing with security forces for NPR news. I'm not a home see in Beirut. At least one person has died in clashes between police and protesters in Belarus. Or second night, thousands of people took to the streets of Minsk to denounce the re election of President Alexander Lukashenko. Neighboring Poland is calling for a special European Union summit on the matter..

NPR News Steve Easterbrook Beirut Scott Shafer President Trump San Francisco CEO Seattle Governor Gavin Newsom Amy Ray Johns Hopkins University Stuart Kirk Arup Prime Minister Hassan DEA United States Scarborough Shea Stevens Harvard Belarus
"kirk oropesa" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:21 min | 7 months ago

"kirk oropesa" Discussed on KQED Radio

"DD public radio in San Francisco on Michael President. In his new book, The Madman Theory, CNN anchor and chief National Security correspondent Jim Sciutto writes that Trump's erratic and volatile approach to foreign policy has unearthed advisers, enemies and allies. We'll talk to shoot Oh, about what Trump's lasting legacy on America's place in the world will be and we'll get his take on developing international news stories, including escalating US China tensions over Hong Kong and the Corona virus and Russia's bounties program through which had paid Taliban linked militants to kill American service members in Afghanistan after this news Live from NPR News. I'm Shea Stevens. At least 541 Corona virus deaths were recorded in the United States on Monday, pushing the total closer to 164,000. John Tompkins University has recorded nearly 5.1 million cases of the disease nationally and more than 20 million cases worldwide. President Trump says he remains confident that a covert 19 vaccine is coming soon will be Making tremendous progress over the next period of a few months, and certainly before the end of the year. I think we'll have a vaccine before the end of the year. Very substantially. We may have A therapeutic. Resolve mint very quickly. Trump says Three vaccine candidates are currently in phase three clinical trials to assess their safety and effectiveness. 40% of college freshmen responding to a national survey say they plan to stay home this fall because of the Corona virus pandemic. Kirk Arup as a member station WGBH Has more of the 1800 students contacted for the study, four in 10 are likely or highly likely not to attend any college this fall. The trend includes highly selective colleges like Harvard. Which announced last week that 20% of freshman differed enrollment. Jason Simon is CEO of Simpson Scarborough, which conducted the service is just a really, really highly volatile time. There's still a lot of students who are rethinking what their plans are and are waiting. For the last minute to try to make any of those decisions. That might be because the survey also found that a vast majority of students don't trust other students to follow public health guidelines for NPR news. I'm Kirk Oropesa in Boston, California's director of public health, has resigned amid controversy over the state's Corona virus database. That story from Scott Shafer in San Francisco. Dr. Sonya Angel announced she was leaving in an email to department staff but did not say why. Her sudden departure comes a week after Governor Gavin Newsom announced a 21% drop in the rate of positive Corona virus testing just before state health officials revealed the computer system that collects test results. May not have counted as many as 300,000 records. The Newsome administration insist they didn't know about the magnitude of the problem when the governor announced the rate drop, but some local health officials had been told More than 10,000 Californians have now died from covert 19 for NPR News. I'm Scott Shafer in San Francisco Seattle City Council has revised his 2020 budget to include Cutting the size of the city's police force, but about 100 officers through layoffs and attrition. Cuts are not as extensive as demonstrators demanded in the wake of protests over police killings. Seattle City Council members say it is a first step This is NPR news. McDonald's is suing a former CEO who was forced out over alleged inappropriate relationship with an employee. The fast food chain claim Steve Easterbrook covered up other alleged relationships with workers and destroyed evidence. Easterbrook received a nearly $42 million severance when he was ousted last year. Lebanon's prime minister stepping down listen a week after a massive explosion killed more than 160 people in Beirut. That a homicide reports that the departure follows massive anti government protests over the government's handling of the disaster. Prime Minister Hassan DEA announced his resignation Monday evening in a televised speech, citing chronic corruption at the root of the explosion in Beirut support President Michelle and has asked the ABS government stay in a caretaker capacity until a new Cabinet is formed. The collapse of Diaz short lived government, which lasted less than a year, came following mass outrage at the explosion. But this resignation is unlikely to appease the Lebanese public, which blames the explosion on entrenched political corruption and negligence. Following the resignation, protestors demonstrated for 1/3 straight day clashing with security forces for NPR news. I'm not a home see. At least one person has died in clashes between police and protesters in Belarus. For a second night, thousands of people took to the streets of Minsk to denounce the re election of President Alexander Lukashenko. Neighboring Poland is calling for a special European Union summit on the matter..

NPR News President Trump San Francisco US Scott Shafer Shea Stevens Steve Easterbrook CEO Seattle Michael President Governor Gavin Newsom CNN Jim Sciutto Taliban Hong Kong Beirut Kirk Arup Harvard Belarus