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02:22 min | Last month

"klinefelter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Institute dot org live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly researchers at Columbia University say thousands of coronavirus deaths in the U. S. could have been prevented if social distancing have begun sooner here's NPR's now read Eisenman they found that from March fifteenth on the rate really slowed due to people beginning to social distance in a big way voluntarily or due to stay at home rules so then they calculated what if that behavior had kicked in a week earlier on March eighth they found a week makes a huge difference we would have had fifty five percent fewer deaths through may third and with a two week head start we would have had eighty three percent or nearly fifty four thousand fewer deaths nationwide the virus has killed more than ninety three thousand people president trump is traveling to Michigan today to get a look at a Ford Motor Company plant where production has shifted from vehicles to medical ventilators Quinn Klinefelter with member station WDET reports the president will tour a Ford factory in Ypsilanti and also hear from leaders of the black community which has been hit hard by the pandemic in Michigan the state's a political battleground and trump is targeted democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer calling on her to free Michigan from her restrictive stay at home policies the president's tour of the Ford plant actually violates winners executive order suspending nonessential visits to factories this is NPR news from Washington this is WNYC in New York it's a thirty two good morning I'm David first sunny skies today fifty one degrees now in Central Park going up too high around sixty five New Jersey officials say scam artists are targeting the state's contact tracing program the state health department to scaling it up to track down a new cases and contain potential outbreaks but health commissioner Judy personality says more than a thousand contact tracing scams have already been reported the contact tracer will not ask for your social security number your bank or credit card number or your insurance information over a text or over the phone contact tracers usually call provide information about covert nineteen and ask patients for the names of people they have been in contact with the call usually takes.

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"klinefelter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:36 min | Last month

"klinefelter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From NPR news I'm korva Coleman the Coleman nineteen death toll in the U. S. is getting closer to one hundred thousand people a new analysis finds that if social distancing had been implemented a week earlier than it was in mid March nearly thirty six thousand lives may have been saved and peers to read Eisenman says the study was done by researchers at Columbia University they found that from March fifteenth on the rate really slowed due to people beginning to social distance in a big way voluntarily or due to stay at home rules so then they calculated what if that behavior had kicked in a week earlier on March eighth they found a week makes a huge difference we would have had fifty five percent fewer deaths through may third and beers Marie Osmond reporting president trump traveled to Michigan today to tour a Ford Motor Company plant that has been producing ventilators Quinn Klinefelter of member station WDET reports the visit comes as the president engages in a war of words with Michigan's governor the trip to the Ford factory in Ypsilanti is designed to highlight the trump administration's successful efforts to increase the supply of ventilators the president will also meet with leaders from the black community which has been hit especially hard by the coronavirus the trump campaign counts Michigan as a key political battlegrounds and the president has repeatedly sparred with suddenly high profile democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer trump's bashed Whitmer's restrictive stay at home policies tweeting that she should have freed Michigan the president's visit to the Ford factory actually violates the governor's executive order prohibiting tours of manufacturing facilities to limit the spread of the corona virus for NPR news I'm Quinn Klinefelter in Detroit trump's visit also comes as central Michigan deals with a flood emergency two dams near the city of Midland have failed in a dating parts of it with floodwater some ten thousand people have been evacuated about one hundred thirty miles north of Detroit Florida governor Ronda Sant as is defending the firing of the state's top data scientists who was tracking the coronavirus and peers Greg Allen reports Rebecca Jones says she was ousted for refusing to manipulate data about the state's re opening when first asked about Rebecca Jones's dismissal this week governor dissatisfied it was a non issue but she was tired and needed a break asked about it again in Orlando where he was visiting a nursing home with vice president Mike pence the governor attacked Jones's character as well as our conduct and overseeing the state's highly praised covert nineteen data portal she is not doubt the chief architect.

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NFL Draft Moves Online Amid Pandemic

WNYC Programming

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

NFL Draft Moves Online Amid Pandemic

"New York the NFL kicks off its annual college draft tonight is W. D. E. T. is Quinn Klinefelter reports for the first time in the pro football league's history will be a virtual event the draft usually draws a huge crowd to a venue this time it will all be conducted over the internet more than a hundred feeds coming in from team representatives and start college players sheltering at home the NFL says the event will provide hope especially for struggling teens making some of the first elections like the Detroit Lions and is a needed diversion for a country battling the cold at nineteen virus reporter Quinn Klinefelter this is

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"klinefelter" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

03:34 min | 4 months ago

"klinefelter" Discussed on KPCC

"Is trying to slow Joe Biden's momentum whether he's attracting crowds of thousands in Detroit or talking clean water in flint Sanders is on the attack against Biden he's highlighting differences over trade policies support for women and the LGBT community and the campaign he says defines grassroots populism I don't have Michael Bloomberg supporting my campaign I don't have CEOs of large corporations supporting my campaign and people understand that when you uphold the wealthy campaign contributors you cannot effectively speak for the working families of this country but Biden has ties to Michigan where the Obama administration bailed out the state's signature auto industry and help Detroit's exit from bankruptcy for NPR news I'm Quinn Klinefelter in Detroit and bite and picked up an endorsement from senator Kamilla Harris today North Korea has fired three unidentified projectiles according to south Korea's military and here's Anthony kun has more the south joint chiefs of staff say the three projectiles were launched northeastward from the town of sun dog in north Hamgyong province they had no further details about the projectiles a week ago the north fired two rockets in a drill personally supervised by leader Kim Jong un north Korea's foreign ministry says the launches were part of a routine military drills how are we supposed to protect our country at Aston a statement in hand holding check the military power of the US and South Korea despite such tensions Kim jong-un's and south Korean president moon jae in a letter last week expressing friendship and support for the south struggle with the corona virus outbreak Anthony kun NPR news Seoul on Wall Street futures contracts are trading much lower all three major indices are down more than four percent and one point trading on the S. and P. five hundred futures was halted after it fell five percent triggering circuit breakers this as investors worry about the spreading corona virus and on Saudi Arabia's move to discount oil prices and cut production Asian markets are trading sharply lower at this hour this is NPR the families of the victims of a passenger plane that was shot down over Ukraine in twenty fourteen are staging a silent protest in the Netherlands they're angry over Russia's lack of cooperation in finding out who is responsible for the downing Mr Schultz reports this comes a day before four men go on trial in Amsterdam the two hundred and ninety eight white chairs outside the Russian embassy in the Hague are arranged like seats in an airplane each chair represents a life lost when MH seventeen was shot down in July twenty fourteen but what investigators have determined was a Russian made missile fired from territory held by pro Moscow separatists in eastern Ukraine relatives of the victims who stood in silence for two minutes three Russians and Ukrainians have been charged with murder for their alleged roles in the missile launch but will be tried in absentia as Russia and Ukraine do not extradite their citizens and international investigative team concluded last year that individuals in Russia using official phone lines were in almost daily telephone contact with rebels in the area where the missile was launched for NPR news I'm Terry Schultz the Iditarod dogsled races underway in Alaska as fifty seven mushers and their teams of up to sixteen dogs each will travel nearly a thousand miles from willow north of anchorage to the small gold rush town of nome the mushers and their dogs will face deep snow this year the trip is expected to take up to eleven days to complete again in world financial markets the Nikkei in Japan is down five point four percent right now the hang Seng in Hong Kong is down four percent U. S. futures contracts.

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"klinefelter" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 4 months ago

"klinefelter" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Austin mayor Steve Adler all ramifications are secondary to helping to ensure that we are safe as a community and we will deal with and work our way through all of the other ramifications in recent days a string of major companies announced and they won't be attending south by southwest this year because of concern about corona virus among them apple Amazon and Warner media I'm Tracy are in Austin Bernie Sanders campaigning across Michigan this week in the state with the most delegates available next Tuesday's primary elections Quinn Klinefelter of member station WDET reports Sanders fighting to bring momentum after Joe Biden super Tuesday victories Bernie Sanders a prize win over Hillary Clinton in Michigan's primary four years ago jump started his campaign now Sanders again enters Michigan trailing arrival this time Joe Biden but Sanders says working families in Michigan him and his record far better this time around they know that I did everything I could to defeat disastrous trade agreements like nafta and Joe Biden's supported those agreements which ended up costing us millions of good paying jobs and decimated areas like Detroit Michigan while Sanders is focusing on Michigan bite in this campaigning in other states holding primaries next week and waiting until the day before the election on Tuesday to hold events here for NPR news I'm Quinn Klinefelter in Detroit this is NPR president trump is shaking up his staff on Twitter last night he announced he is replacing acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney with Republican congressman mark meadows a close ally the name of a need to be as special envoy to Northern Ireland trump made the announcement shortly after arriving at Mar a Lago where he is spending the weekend the influential jazz pianist McCoy Tyner has died he was eighty one years old he died at his home in New Jersey Tyler was best known for his work with John Coltrane including playing on the landmark jazz album a love supreme as NPR's Andrew Limbong reports record.

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Black Rhino Born At Michigan Zoo

1A with Joshua Johnson

00:49 sec | 6 months ago

Black Rhino Born At Michigan Zoo

"A Michigan zero is welcoming a rare holiday delivery W. D. E. T. is Quinn Klinefelter reports the masses are turning out to see the new baby boy black rhino is not exactly a Babe lying in a manger but it's close officials at the potter park is due in Lansing Michigan say a black rhino name dot C. delivered her first ever calf on Christmas Eve day black rhinos are endangered the total population dropped to under twenty five hundred by nineteen ninety five but has now come back to about twice that number officials say it's rare for a black rhino to give birth in captivity though zookeepers watch the birth through a video feed outside a bar and so dot C. under new baby boy could bond without being disturbed they say the public will have to wait until spring to meet the new right now when the weather is

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"klinefelter" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:08 min | 7 months ago

"klinefelter" Discussed on KCRW

"Fifth don't miss the opportunity to see the year's most thought provoking shows craft contemporary revealing the potential of craft for more info visit see a FAM dot org live from NPR news in Washington I'm nor rom president trump rally his supporters in battle creek Michigan last night saying he didn't deserve being impeached Quinn Klinefelter from member station W. D. E. T. reports informed of the final vote tally midway through his speech the president said Democrats impeach him because they could not defeat him and twenty sixteen you are the ones interfering in America selections you are the ones subverting America's democracy we did nothing wrong nothing whatsoever this is just an excuse his anger over the impeachment proceedings combined with a strong economy our energizing his political base like never before for NPR news I'm Quinn Klinefelter one of president trump's biggest offenders in the house mark meadows says he won't run for reelection but he says he will continue to fight for the president a federal appeals court in New Orleans issued a split rolling yesterday in a challenge to the affordable Care Act Jessica rose guard with member station W. W. NO has more two members of the three judge panel agreed to strip the individual mandate from the affordable Care Act but none of the judges said the law should be overturned completely sending that decision back to a lower court California Attorney General Havea Serra leads a coalition in support of the law he said he'll petition the US Supreme Court to review the appeals court ruling you're listening to NPR news from Washington seven Democrats who want to be president take the debate stage tonight in Los Angeles one in eight Americans lives in California Columbia's new foreign minister meets today with secretary of state Mike from pale at the top of the agenda is the deepening political and economic crisis in Venezuela NPR's Michele Kelemen reports Colombia's ambassador to Washington Francisco Santos says this is an important first meeting for his country's new foreign minister Columbia needs more US aid to cope with the influx of refugees from Venezuela and the region needs that crisis to come to an end the entire hemisphere if he's if he's feeling the pinch we all understand that that that that this is something that needs to be dealt with we we hope that the two thousand twenty will be the year we need to keep our eye on the ball we to keep the pressure center says the U. S. in Colombia still have confidence in the Venezuelan opposition figure trying to oust president Nicolas Maduro Michele Kelemen NPR news the state department Australia's most populous state New South Wales has declared a state of emergency because of wildfires there are about one hundred fires burning now about half of them are out of control thick smoke is blanketing Sydney causing hazardous air pollution the state of emergency allows authorities to force evacuations close roads and shut off utilities I'm Nora Raum NPR news in Washington and on this Thursday morning you are listening to KCRW on cherry Glazer good to have you here getting some very welcome news from the C. H. P. earlier sig alert in west Covina all wrapped up westbound tenet Baraka the left two lanes have been reopened there you're still jam though coming away from the fifty seven westbound sixty would be the natural alternate but it's having its own problems in San Gabriel west sixty at San Gabriel Boulevard a one car wreck at the right shoulder and then up I had a separate crash west sixty it'll land take that's at the center divider if you make your way through so Mar northbound five that rocks for content pickup taking out the right lane and in the east LA interchange east ten at the five somebody lost a bicycle in the left lane there got a frost advisory effect till nine this morning for the San Fernando and Santa Clarita valley is going to be sunny later on with highs mostly in the sixties.

"klinefelter" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:39 min | 7 months ago

"klinefelter" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman the house of representatives is opening a historic debate today lawmakers will decide whether president trump should become the third president ever impeached in U. S. history as NPR's miles parks reports it appears almost certain that he will be lawmakers are laying out their arguments for and against impeachment for the final time before a vote on the house floor Democrats say president trump abused his power as president by pressuring Ukraine to announce investigations that would help him politically Republicans say Democrats of rush to judgment that fits their political agenda without enough evidence to back it up the democratic controlled house is expected to vote to impeach trump after that the process will move to the Senate for trial it would take a super majority there that's two thirds of all senders to remove trump from office that's a high bar considering Republicans outnumber Democrats in that chamber miles parks NPR news Washington meanwhile president trump has said house speaker Nancy Pelosi a blistering six page letter accusing the Democrats of what he calls quote an unprecedented and unconstitutional abuse of power trump blames the Democrats for being selfish and acting for partisan gain as the house is debating whether to impeach president trump he will travel to Michigan tonight from member station W. D. ET Quinn Klinefelter reports that trump will visit battle creek the president and vice president Mike pence are headlining what they call a merry Christmas rally the trump campaign is targeting Michigan state he flipped from blue to red in twenty sixteen trump appealed to working class voters he said Democrats had forgotten GOP groups here are using the impeachment proceedings to galvanize the president's base and target Michigan Democrats in particular first term congresswomen Alyssa slot can and Haley Stevens who won in districts long held by Republicans for NPR news I'm Quinn Klinefelter in Detroit the house has approved two ma'am IT spending bills to fund the federal government through the end of the next fiscal year the bills worth about one point four trillion dollars now move to the Senate for consideration without the funding packages federal agencies will run out of money at midnight this Friday public union strikes continue in France against the French government's plans to reform the country's retirement system mass transit networks are crawling and schools are closed transit workers and teachers have joined demonstrations even the popular Eiffel Tower is closed as workers walked off the job tourist Victor Helberg is visiting from South Africa very frustrating.

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"klinefelter" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:54 min | 7 months ago

"klinefelter" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"At passing cars one car's window was broken nobody was hurt a police helicopter had to be called into the fire department had to use a ladder to bring the band down I'm charity McCurdy from the CBS for warm weather center this is weather forecaster Holly Bach now the rain has moved out of our area but we're talking about cooler conditions for our Friday temperatures in the mid to upper fifties now nicer conditions for our weekend with mostly sunny skies but a better chance for rain will return to our forecast by Tuesday night and in through our thanksgiving remember you can keep up to date with the weather just head to our website CDS for local dot com all day news radio six ninety profits on the line up just a bit no delays on the three seventy five little bit rate seven south on as a kid I ten by ten west on also startling up as well your effectiveness break from the crane that only continue to about Viscount and taking a look at Montana westbound from soft Klinefelter Yarborough that's moving so if you see a problem call the bushing by as an individual your stuff except line nine one five three five one thirty one thirty this is a Bloomberg market minute stocks are higher on hopes for trade resolution Chinese president she's in pain said his nation wants to work toward a phase one trade agreement with the U. S. on the basis of mutual respect and quality his first comments on a partial deal that he could potentially sign with president trump if Charles Schwab does by TD Ameritrade there could be a tough anti trust review the type would create a five trillion dollar giant and would combine two of the biggest companies around platforms used by independent financial advisers canned tuna j'aime bumble bee filed for bankruptcy on criminal fines and civil lawsuits stemming from a federal price fixing case there are plans for the assets to be acquired by Taiwan's FC a fisheries for about nine hundred twenty five million dollars the canned tuna business has had challenges including disinterested younger consumers and shipments of apple's popular air pods wireless earphones are expected to double this year Bloomberg has learned the company will.

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"klinefelter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"klinefelter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Conversation live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly ten democratic presidential contenders attacked president trump and each other during last night's second presidential debate in Detroit Quinn Klinefelter with member station W. D. E. T. says divisions over health care policy were highlighted for the second night in a row Camila Heris chastise Joe Biden during the Democrats first debate this time it was Heris under fire for the cost of her version of the Medicare for all healthcare system Biden appeared more aggressive but still play defense over Obama your immigration policies and his support for a crime bill many see as unfair to African Americans other contenders needed to make an impression to have a shot that future debates the fate of a US navy pilot is unclear after the crash of a fighter jet in California's Death Valley national park witnesses say the F. eighteen slammed into a canyon wall and exploded yesterday Jim Bates is a navy spokesman we're looking for an aviator out there hoping for the best I'm always optimistic seven people at a nearby scenic overlooks suffered minor injuries including burns and cuts from flying debris they were about sixty yards from where the F. eighteen crashed that overlook is where aviation buffs often gathered to get a close up look at military training flights General Motors latest quarterly earnings beat Wall Street expectations due in part to stronger sales of SUVs and high end pickups this is NPR news this is W. NYC in New York good morning I'm Richard hake it's.

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"klinefelter" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"klinefelter" Discussed on KCRW

"I met Gillam next time on All Things Considered business and small town main relies heavily on tourism why they're now finding trouble in too much of a good thing and to the west Wyoming and Nebraska farmers are recovering after a tunnel collapse the cut off their water supply also now that China isn't buying recyclables more cities are throwing wave bottles in cardboard boxes that might actually be good for the environment those stories plus local news weather and traffic All Things Considered from NPR in case your W. starts at three live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly ten democratic presidential contenders attacked president trump and each other during last night's second presidential debate in Detroit Quinn Klinefelter with member station W. D. E. T. says divisions over health care policy were highlighted for the second night in a row Camila Heris chastise Joe Biden during the Democrats first debate this time it was Heris under fire for the cost of her version of the Medicare for all healthcare system Biden appeared more aggressive but still play defense over Obama your immigration policies and his support for a crime bill many see as unfair to African Americans other contenders needed to make an impression to have a shot at future debates the fate of a US navy pilot is unclear after the crash of a fighter jet in California's Death Valley national park witnesses say the F. eighteen slammed into a canyon wall and exploded yesterday Jim Bates is a navy spokesman we're looking for an eighty eight are out there hoping for the best I'm always optimistic seven people at a nearby scenic overlooks suffered minor injuries including burns and cuts from flying.

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After Democratic debate's first night shows divisions, what's expected for the second night?

Morning Edition

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

After Democratic debate's first night shows divisions, what's expected for the second night?

"Divisions among moderate and progressive democratic presidential candidates were on display at last night's debate among ten contenders in Detroit when Klinefelter with member station W. D. E. T. reports the moderate Democrats onstage came after progressives Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren calling their plan for a government run Medicare for all health care system in particular so extreme that would drive voters to Donald Trump Sanders and Warren hit back saying the challenges facing Americans demand candidates with a new vision the debate continues tonight Joe Biden and Kamilla Heris will again shared the stage after clashing during the first primary

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"klinefelter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"klinefelter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly more protests are expected today in San Juan to try to pressure Porter Rico's governor to resign recorder were sale says he won't step down though he promises not to seek reelection Hong Kong's leader is promising a thorough investigation after pro democracy demonstrators were attacked last night inside a subway station is NPR's Julie McCarthy protesters had just stepped from the train on their way home late last night with a group of men dressed in white tee shirts opposite of the protesters signature black tee shirts attacks here's what it sounded like as they were pummeling and kicking these pro democracy protesters at least forty five people were injured the demonstrators were attacked following a large March the end of a Lacy peas annual convention is underway in Detroit Quinn Klinefelter with member station W. D. E. T. reports the end of a lazy piece as talking to the ten thousand people attending the convention is like reaching out to black voters in general house speaker Nancy Pelosi will address the convention and most of the leading democratic candidates for the White House will participate in a forum just a week before the party holds its next presidential debate in Detroit president trump says he also wanted to be there but was prevented by scheduling conflicts and a reluctance to take part in a question and answer session this is NPR news from Washington the head of the international atomic energy agency has died you key are mono was seventy two years old a cause of death for the former Japanese diplomat was not released a mono led the UN's nuclear watchdog for the past decade Japanese prime minister Shinzo Ave is on pace to become the country's longest serving prime minister after winning reelection over the weekend as Abigail Leonard reports from Tokyo Iran will be high on our base agenda this week in talks with president trump's national security adviser all they ran on a platform of what he called a stable foundation in politics citing his handling of the economy and good relationship with president trump that message was enough to keep him in power but not enough to get his party the two thirds supermajority it needed to revise the pacifist constitution the first major foreign policy issue all they will confront in his new term is a request by US national security adviser John Bolton for help containing a run Bolton is visiting Japan this week and is expected to ask Japan to help the U. S. safeguard middle the shipping lanes but all they said at a news conference today the Japan wants to try to reduce tensions between the US and Iran before agreeing to send its navy for NPR news I'm Abigail Leonard in Tokyo a bombing outside a hotel near the airport in Somalia's capital today has killed at least seven people the al Qaeda linked militant group al Shabab is claiming responsibility I'm Dave Mattingly NPR news in Washington I'm Richard hake on WNYC in New York Robert Morgenthau Manhattan's long serving district attorney has died at the age of ninety nine when he retired in two thousand nine he told WNYC his office did make mistakes including the wrongful convictions of the so called Central Park five that revelation came after a man in my T. S. ray S. later admitted to the rape and attempted murder of a female jogger but when the DNA evidence showed that in fact he was the rapist we brought him down and we we had a very a very careful study because we you know within one America the second mistake animals in incontrovertible dorm Morgenthau's tenure violent crime dropped dramatically in Manhattan he took on many high profile cases against monsters and white criminals.

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KQED Radio

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"klinefelter" Discussed on KQED Radio

"At least forty five people were injured the demonstrators were attacked following a large March the end of a Lacy peas annual convention is underway in Detroit Quinn Klinefelter with member station W. D. E. T. reports the end of a lazy piece as talking to the ten thousand people attending the convention is like reaching out to black voters in general house speaker Nancy Pelosi will address the convention and most of the leading democratic candidates for the White House will participate in a forum just a week before the party holds its next presidential debate in Detroit president trump says he also wanted to be there but was prevented by scheduling conflicts and a reluctance to take part in a question and answer session this is NPR news from Washington the head of the international atomic energy agency has died you key on mono was seventy two years old a cause of death for the former Japanese diplomat was not released a mono led the U. N. nuclear watchdog for the past decade Japanese prime minister Shinzo Ave is on pace to become the country's longest serving prime minister after winning reelection over the weekend as Abigail Leonard reports from Tokyo Iran will be high on our base of gender this week in talks with president trump's national security adviser all they ran on a platform of what he called a stable foundation in politics citing his handling of the economy and good relationship with president trump that message was enough to keep him in power but not enough to get his party the two thirds supermajority it needed to revise the pacifist constitution the first major foreign policy issue all they will confront in his new term is a request by US national security adviser John Bolton for help containing a run Bolton is visiting Japan this week and is expected to ask Japan to help the U. S. safeguard middle the shipping lanes but all they said at a news conference today the Japan wants to try to reduce tensions between the US and Iran before agreeing to send it to navy for NPR news I'm Abigail Leonard in Tokyo a bombing outside a hotel near the airport in Somalia's capital today has killed at least seven people the al Qaeda linked militant group al Shabab is claiming responsibility I'm Dave Mattingly.

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"klinefelter" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"klinefelter" Discussed on KCRW

"The news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman Porter Rico governor Ricardo Rosales says he won't run for reelection the governor is facing corruption allegations and angered over text messages that surfaced demeaning women and hurricane survivors and peers Adrian Florida reports from San Juan that protesters not satisfied with the governor's statement a right after he made his announcement I I actually went out to the protest that was happening outside of the the governor's mansion and spoke with people who said that his decision not to seek reelection wasn't enough they said he had to resign now they seemed even more motivated to continue protesting because this was no longer just about the governor they told me that that the governor had become sort of a symbol of decades of corruption and in bad decisions by leaders that have gotten what the recall into all kinds of crises fiscal crises post hurricane crises and they want something new in Pierce Adrian for retail new protests are planned for today in Porter Rico delegates are attending the N. double ACP convention in Detroit today from member station W. D. ET Quinn Klinefelter reports they will hear from several leading political figures today organizers say the convention as a way to reach not just the ten thousand people attending but the black electorate in general house speaker Nancy Pelosi will address attendees and most of the major democratic presidential contenders will participate in a forum and double ACP national president Derrick Johnson says the diverse field of democratic candidates itself is a sign of the organization's success in fighting for civil rights when we don't fight for the integrity of this democracy we win and we can see the victory and the reflection of all the candidates there's a comma before the delegates at this convention president trump says he also wanted to attend but declined because of scheduling conflicts and because he did not want to engage in a question and answer session for NPR news I'm Quinn Klinefelter in Detroit Indian has launched an unmanned spacecraft to the moon NPR's Lauren Frayer reports from Mumbai that India hopes to become the fourth nation to land a probe on the lunar surface following the United States Russia and China hi four three two one zero the.

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"klinefelter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"klinefelter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From NPR news in Washington I'm Giles Snyder the British government is calling you run seizure of a British flag the oil tanker in the strait of poor moves unacceptable and speaking to Sky News foreign secretary Jeremy hunt warranty run of repercussions we will respond in a way that is considered robust and we are absolutely clear that if the situation is not resolved quickly there will be serious consequences they run media any run allege the tanker was involved in an accident within a running and fishing boat and that authorities are carrying out an investigation of a second British tanker was ported but allowed to go the seizure comes amid tensions following the British Caesar injure Peralta of an Iranian tanker suspected of smuggling oil to Syria and violation of European Union sanctions the end of laci P. opens its national convention today and Detroit Clinton Quinn Klinefelter of member station W. D. ET reports a commission is drawing thousands of attendees as a very high profile political figures about ten thousand people are expected to attend the gathering that includes house speaker Nancy Pelosi and most of the contenders for the democratic presidential nomination who will participate in a candidates forum and double ACP national president Derrick Johnson says it's important for convention delegates to hear first hand how those seeking the White House intend to help black voters we don't do this at a popularity contest thank you the individual who's the boss charismatic or the best speaker what the individual who can truly a threat some of the issues that confront our communities every day Johnson says attendees one candidates to discuss among other things how they will bridge racial and economic divides and strengthen social safety nets for older Americans for NPR news I'm Quinn Klinefelter in Detroit today marks fifty years since human beings first visited the moon impairs Jeff Brumfield looks back at the.

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"klinefelter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"klinefelter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Quinn Klinefelter in Detroit today marks fifty years since human beings first visited the moon impairs Jeff Brumfield looks back at the Apollo eleven mission astronauts Neil Armstrong and buzz Aldrin road in their tiny lunar module down to the moon's surface quality very fair the eagle has landed calling Grand quality we copy on the ground you got a bunch of guys about to turn blue will break that again thanks a lot hours later was Armstrong who climb down pause are back at the border the latter in stepped on to the moon at one all I'm showing an older and spend twenty one hours and thirty six minutes on the moon's surface then they left for home Jeff from feel NPR news vice president pence is to visit Kennedy Space Center today and deliver remarks on the Apollo program and NASA is next moon mission earlier this year the administration called on the space agency once again soon as is and as transfer the move by twenty twenty four this is NPR and this is WNYC in New York I'm David first subway service was restored last night after a network and we did set led to nearly all of the number trains being stopped in their tracks the trouble spilled over to other lines as commuters trying to find alternate routes home last night twenty six year old student at law student Blair a camp it can't skews me Blair Campani was taking the B. train from midtown Manhattan to her home in Harlem when the system melted down she says the train was more crowded than she's ever seen everyone is just sweating couldn't move stepping on each other and at that point they announce that all the numbered lines were down and that our train was running across skews me that was Blair Campion officials say in network communications issue was responsible for the failure New York City officials are warning residents to stay cool this weekend and not even go outside drive or take the subway unless it's really necessary temperatures are expected to hit the upper nineties both today and tomorrow Meredith Lazio says that's not counting the humidity it's going to feel like over a hundred and ten degrees it's pretty shocking to the body our fear is that people will be put a really compromise situation and we could lose something we don't want that to happen over five hundred cooling centers will be open throughout the weekend and if you're not you're one of them and don't have air conditioning at.

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"klinefelter" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"klinefelter" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In a way that is considered robust and we are absolutely clear but if the situation is not resolved quickly that will be serious consequences they run media any run allege the tanker was involved in an accident within a running and fishing boat and that authorities are carrying out an investigation of a second British tanker was ported but allowed to go the seizure comes amid tensions following the British Caesar in Gibraltar of an Iranian tanker suspected of smuggling oil to Syria and violation of European Union sanctions the end of laci P. opens its national convention today and Detroit Clinton Quinn Klinefelter of member station W. D. ET reports a convention is drawing thousands of attendees as a very high profile political figures about ten thousand people are expected to attend the gathering that includes house speaker Nancy Pelosi and most of the contenders for the democratic presidential nomination who will participate in a candidates forum and double ACP national president Derrick Johnson says it's important for convention delegates to hear first hand how those seeking the White House intend to help black voters we don't do this at a popularity contest thank you the individual who's the boss charismatic all the best speaker but the individual who can truly address some of the issues that confront our communities every day Johnson says attendees one candidates to discuss among other things how they will bridge racial and economic divides and strengthen social safety nets for older Americans for NPR news I'm Quinn Klinefelter in Detroit today marks fifty years since human beings first visited the moon impairs Jeff Brumfield looks back at the Apollo eleven mission astronauts Neil Armstrong and buzz Aldrin road in their tiny lunar module down to the moon's surface category.

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"klinefelter" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"klinefelter" Discussed on KCRW

"In a way that is considered robust and we are absolutely clear but if the situation is not resolved quickly there will be serious consequences they run media any run allege the tanker was involved in an accident within a running and fishing boat and that authorities are carrying out an investigation of a second British tanker was ported but allowed to go the seizure comes amid tensions following the British Caesar in Gibraltar of an Iranian tanker suspected of smuggling oil to Syria and violation of European Union sanctions the end of laci P. opens its national convention today and Detroit Clinton Quinn Klinefelter of member station W. D. ET reports the commission is drawing thousands of attendees as a very high profile political figures about ten thousand people are expected to attend the gathering that includes house speaker Nancy Pelosi and most of the contenders for the democratic presidential nomination who will participate in a candidates forum and double ACP national president Derrick Johnson says it's important for convention delegates to hear first hand how those seeking the White House intend to help black voters we don't do this at a popularity contest thank you the individual who's the boss charismatic all the best speaker but the individual who can truly address some of the issues that confront our communities every day Johnson says attendees one candidates to discuss among other things how they will bridge racial and economic divides and strengthen social safety nets for older Americans for NPR news I'm Quinn Klinefelter in Detroit today marks fifty years since human beings first visited the moon impairs Jeff Brumfield looks back at the Apollo eleven mission astronauts Neil Armstrong and buzz Aldrin road in their tiny lunar module down to the moon's surface category.

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"klinefelter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"klinefelter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Us his sterile d collided with a tanker ship off japan killing seven american sailors in august 201710 sailors died aboard the us as john s mccain and another crashed near singapore the navy determined that both accidents could have been avoided and the commanders of all ships were dismissed the us geological survey says the meteor caused the bright light and bang over the detroit area late tuesday as wdts quinn klinefelter's reports experts say the blast was so strong that it felt like a small earthquake it was just after eight in the evening eastern standard time when numerous reports began surfacing about an explosion above metro detroit social media flooded with video of what one person called a flash bald going off the sky followed by a massive boom officials with the us geological survey confirmed the event was a meteoric breaking up the atmosphere in spectacular fashion there are no reports of anything hitting the ground but there are eyewitness accounts at the flash was visible from illinois to ohio the explosion also reportedly caused buildings to shake from detroit to on tario canada for npr news i'm quite inclined filter in detroit on wall street stocks closed lower weighed down by industrial and technology shares the dow jones industrials fell 10 points the nasdaq lost 37 the s and p500 dipped nine on asian market shares are mixed higher in shanghai this is npr news washington support for mpr comes from npr stations other contributors include the ford foundation working with visionaries on the.

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