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"From NPR news I'm Giles Snyder A White House says it's competent that it's workplace vaccine mandate issued through the occupational safety and health administration can stand up to legal scrutiny deputy press secretary corin Jean Pierre The Congress empowered osha with through a law through a law that has been in the books for more than 50 years So this is an authority that we believe that Department of Labor has We are very confident about it A confident about it The administration has filed its response to a federal appeals court decision over the weekend that temporarily halts the mandate that applies to businesses with more than 100 workers The osha rule is facing legal challenges and several federal courts of White House says they should be consolidated The U.S. and the African Union warning that only a small window of opportunity exists for ending the military conflict in Ethiopia Linda fasulo reports a UN Security Council was brief Monday by top officials on the latest developments in the crisis You and political chief rosemary to Carlo told Security Council members that the Ethiopian conflict had reached disastrous proportions and she said the risk of the country descending into widening Civil War is very real Meanwhile U.S. ambassador Linda Thomas Greenfield described the conflict as a war quote between angry belligerent men victimizing women and children Reporting and you're listening to NPR news The House committee investigating the January 6th insurrection has issued another round of subpoenas a panel is seeking documents and wants to hear from 6 more associates A former president Donald Trump were believed to have strategized about ways to overturn the 2020 election Among them are Trump 2020 campaign manager Bill stepien senior adviser Jason Miller and former national security adviser Michael Flynn The NCAA has released a draft of a new constitution that would give it less oversight over college sports This after recent criticism about how the NCAA is handled issues including athlete compensation and health and safety in pierce Tom Goldman reports In July NCAA president Mark emmert said redrafting the constitution would not be about tweaking but about wholesale transformation The newly released draft is a possible step toward that It proposes giving the current three divisions of sport with their vastly different resources and issues The autonomy to restructure themselves It's streamlines NCAA decision making by shrinking the board of governors from 21 members to 9 It embraces name Imogen likeness compensation for athletes something the NCAA was dragged into by state laws but still prohibits pay for play Member schools now will discuss and possibly amend the draft before an expected vote in January Tom Goldman and PR news And I'm joyous Snyder This is NPR news And it's a WNYC at 5 33 a good morning and Michael hill 50 in clear now heading to a sunny mid 60 day today In the news this morning a rough rolled out yesterday of the city's school vaccination program for 5 to 11 year olds supplied the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine came up short in some schools had to turn students and their parents away easy sailing though at other school sites the mayor says his city will increase vaccine supply where it fell short Some 200 schools were children are 5 to 11 years old are holding vaccination clinics over the next week New York State is closing 6 stay prisons now that the total incarcerated population is the lowest it's been since 1984 Most of the prisons that will be shuttered are upstate the closest to New York City is the downstate correctional facility That's outside of Poughkeepsie In a statement the department of correction says it does not anticipate any layoffs due to those shudderings 50 unclear now sunny and mid 60s today is 5 34 Support for NPR comes from member stations.

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03:51 min | 1 year ago

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"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman president trump is laid out new guidelines for states as they consider easing shelter in place orders there are three phases the first with the public spaces and restaurants open with people using social distancing the second phase allows schools to reopen and the third says vulnerable people could go out in public all of this is dependent on robust coronavirus testing which is not currently available in most states trump now concedes that governors have the right to lift social distancing orders in their own states house Democrats are considering a new plan to allow proxy voting during the pandemic and beers Claudia chrysalis reports the measure would need to be approved by the full house Congress left for an extended recess in late March and isn't due back until may fourth during the last house meeting only a minimum number of members attended to approve the last coronavirus responsibility through a voice vote now lawmakers could approve a resolution allowing proxy voting during their next meeting it would allow a member to submit votes on behalf of their colleagues who can't travel back to Washington DC house rules committee chairman Jim McGovern pitch the plan the Democrats during a caucus call Congress is wrangling with alternative plans to voting in person for its next wave of relief bills cloudy Seles NPR news Washington after weeks of reporting nearly zero coronavirus cases the Chinese city of Wuhan is retroactively adding over twelve hundred deaths to the official record and peers Amy Chang reports will Han is the city first hit by the virus outbreak Chinese authorities increased the official number of coronavirus deaths in Wuhan by fifty percent after quote city wide checks and verifications one official claimed that the undercount was because some patients in the early weeks of the outbreak died in their homes without being admitted into the city's overloaded hospitals the city also said its health workers and treatment facilities were too overwhelmed to lock the actor keys count Chinese officials and medical experts have denied there was a deliberate attempt to cover up any cases but this has not used widespread suspicion in both China and abroad the number of infections and deaths reported by Wuhan underestimates the true scale of outbreak Amy Chang NPR news Beijing United Nations secretary general Antonio Guterres says the corona virus pandemic is jeopardizing the lives of many of the world's children Linda Fasulo reports from New York he is urging leaders to take steps to protect the children the U. N. report says the socio economic impact of a covered nineteen pandemic could potentially be catastrophic for millions of children particularly in poor countries and hundreds of thousands of additional child deaths could occur this year where it states that the pandemic is becoming a brighter child rights crisis Linda Fasulo reporting from New York you're listening to NPR news from Washington the corona virus spread continues to widen in South Dakota after a cluster of people became infected out of Smithfield foods pork plant in Sioux falls South Dakota reports more than thirteen hundred people have tested positive for the virus the Associated Press reports more than five hundred of them either worked at the meat plant or are linked to it one workers died South Dakota governor Christie gnome has ruled out a shelter in place order for the state although Sioux falls mayor Tom ten Hagen has urged her to reconsider last evening at seven PM in New York City applause cascaded through the city for first responders and healthcare workers battling the pandemic NPR's rose Friedman reports a local radio station and a choir also organized a sing along it's become a nightly ritual people lean out of their windows they take their kids out on balconies or.

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03:55 min | 1 year ago

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"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman president trump is laid out new guidelines for states as they consider easing shelter in place orders there are three phases the first with the public spaces and restaurants open with people using social distancing the second phase allows schools to reopen and the third says vulnerable people could go out in public all of this is dependent on robust corona virus testing which is not currently available in most states trump now concedes that governors have the right to lift social distancing orders in their own states house Democrats are considering a new plan to allow proxy voting during the pandemic and beers Claudia chrysalis reports the measure would need to be approved by the full house Congress left for an extended recess in late March in isn't due back until may fourth during the last house meeting only a minimum number of members attended to approve the last coronavirus response build through a voice vote now lawmakers could approve a resolution allowing proxy voting during their next meeting it would allow a member to submit votes on behalf of their colleagues who can't travel back to Washington DC house rules committee chairman Jim McGovern pitch the plan the Democrats during a caucus called Congress is wrangling with alternative plans to voting in person for its next wave of relief bills accordingly Seles NPR news Washington after weeks of reporting nearly zero coronavirus cases the Chinese city of Wuhan is retroactively adding over twelve hundred deaths to the official record and peers Amy Chang reports will Han is the city first hit by the virus outbreak Chinese authorities increased the official number of coronavirus deaths in Wuhan by fifty percent after quote city wide checks and verifications what officials claim that the undercount was because some patients in the early weeks of the outbreak died in their homes without being admitted into the city's overloaded hospitals the city also said its health workers and treatment facilities were to over found to lock the actor keys count Chinese officials and medical experts have denied there was a deliberate attempt to cover up any cases but this has not used widespread suspicion in both China and abroad the number of infections and deaths reported by Wuhan underestimates the true scale of outbreak Amy Chang NPR news Beijing United Nations secretary general Antonio Guterres says the corona virus pandemic is jeopardizing the lives of many of the world's children Linda Fasulo reports from New York he is urging leaders to take steps to protect the children the U. N. report says the socio economic impact of a covert nineteen pandemic could potentially be catastrophic for millions of children particularly in poor countries and hundreds of thousands of additional child deaths could occur this year where it states that the pandemic is becoming a brighter child rights crisis Linda Fasulo reporting from New York you're listening to NPR news from Washington the corona virus spread continues to widen in South Dakota after a cluster of people became infected at a Smithfield foods pork plant in Sioux falls South Dakota reports more than thirteen hundred people have tested positive for the virus the Associated Press reports more than five hundred of them either worked at the meat plant or are linked to it one workers died South Dakota governor Christie gnome has ruled out a shelter in place order for the state although Sioux falls mayor Tom ten Hagen has urged her to reconsider last evening at seven PM in New York City applause cascaded through the city for first responders and healthcare workers battling the pandemic NPR's rose Friedman reports a local radio station and a choir also organized a sing along it's become a nightly ritual people lean out of their windows they take their kids out on balconies or fire escapes some bang on pots and pans others blowing horns were simply clap.

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04:57 min | 1 year ago

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"You think Jen ecstasy to handle this moment are you genex what are you doing that other generations might wanna try our lines will be open at two one two four three three nine six nine two you can tweet us at all W. NYC we'll get to all of it I'm Alison Stewart and I meet you on the other side of the news live from NPR news in Washington I'm Shea Stevens US Attorney General William Barr is warning that predatory or selfish behavior could hamper the national response to the corvette nineteen pandemic as NPR's Ryan Lucas reports the justice department is cracking down on hoarding and price gouging of medical equipment president trump has signed an executive order to try to tackle hoarding of key medical supplies such as masks and hand sanitizer and ventilators Attorney General Barr speaking for the White House podium so the justice department is working with the department of health and Human Services to determine which items to designate as scarce once designated it would be illegal to stockpile such items on an industrial scale for profit bars at the DOJ has already opened investigations of suspected hoarding of medical goods he said Americans who have a big supply of toilet paper at home don't have to worry but speculators sitting on a warehouse of surgical masks he said may be hearing a knock on the door Ryan Lucas NPR news Washington tensions are high on Capitol Hill where Democrats and Republicans are wrangling over nearly two trillion dollar economic rescue plan Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is urging lawmakers to support a GOP proposal the Democrats claim is skewed toward big business the trump administration is pushing for aggressive monetary policy steps to stem the economic blow from the pandemic president trump says he's considering ways to restart the US economy as soon as next week following completion of the fifteen day shutdown to help stem the spread of corona virus new York's governor is ordering all hospitals in the state to increase available bed space by at least fifty percent NPR's Hansi lo one reports that the state is preparing for an expected spike in corona virus cases in queens New York City health and hospitals elm Hurst is re purposing rooms increased capacity says its CEO Israel Rocha there's things like recovery remains free and the seizure care unit thing that that they're usually use for transitional patients there are opportunities for hospitals to be able to maximize those by but that will be enough for Northwell health hospitals according to their chief medical officer Dr David that Nelly we are currently re deploying a number of our employees nurses and care practitioners positions to work that they don't normally do that they're clinically capable to do Benelli says New York city's hospitals are counting on the temporary hospital sites the army corps of engineers is planning to build on the long introduced New York around forty percent of the nation's population is under stay at home restrictions to slow the spread of corona virus on Monday New Mexico and Washington state joined roughly a dozen other states and mandating that residents avoid unnecessary travel in Florida governor on to Santa says air travelers arriving there from New York New Jersey and Connecticut must self quarantine for at least fourteen days in pre market trading stocks are rebounding after Monday's declines U. S. futures have risen nearly three percent on Asian markets Hong Kong shares are up three and a half percent this is NPR news U. N. secretary general Antonio Guterres says the world body is seeking two billion dollars to help countries play corona virus and a massive coordinated effort to deal with the social and economic fallout as Linda Fasulo reports Guterres is also calling for an immediate halt to all conflicts around the world U. N. secretary general Antonio Guterres said it's time to put armed conflict on lockdown and he's calling on warring parties worldwide to put aside mistrust and animosity and focus together on what he calls the true fight of our lives the corona virus the tears more than that of conflicts go on there might be an absolutely devastating spreading of the virus Linda Fasulo reporting a memoir by filmmaker Woody Allen has been released weeks after its original publisher dropped the book NPR's rose Friedman has more the book titled apropos of nothing has been released by arcade publishing which describes it as a quote candid and comprehensive personal account by Woody Allen of his life ranging from his childhood in Brooklyn through the claims career the book caused a walk out of staff at its original publisher Hachette after Allen's son Ronan Farrow asked the company to halt publication ferro has said he believes his sister Dylan who is accused her father of molesting her as a child Allen denies the allegation in a statement our kids said that quote while we respect his shots decision to choose not to publish woody Allen's book we choose not to take sides but rather firmly believe in upholding the right to freedom of speech rose Friedman NPR news New York and I'm she Stevens.

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04:37 min | 1 year ago

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"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. Us Attorney General. William Bar is warning that predatory or selfish behavior could hamper the national response to the covert nineteen pandemic has NPR's Ryan Lucas reports. The Justice Department is cracking down on hoarding and price gouging of medical equipment. President trump has signed an executive order to try to tackle hoarding of key. Medical supplies such as masks. Hand sanitizer in ventilators attorney. General Bar speak for the White House podium said. The Justice Department is with the Department of Health and Human Services to determine which items to designate scarce once designated it would be illegal to stockpile such items on an industrial scale for profit bar said the DOJ has already opened investigations of suspected hoarding of medical goods. He said Americans who have a big supply of toilet paper at home. Don't have to worry but speculators on a warehouse of surgical masks. He said maybe hearing a knock on the door Ryan Lucas. Npr News Washington. Tensions are high on Capitol Hill where Democrats and Republicans are wrangling over. Nearly two trillion dollar economic rescue plan Senate Majority Leader Mitch. Mcconnell is urging lawmakers to support gop proposal the Democrats claim skewed towards big business. The trump administration is pushing for aggressive monetary policy steps to stand the economic blow from the Pandemic President. Trump says he's considering ways to restart. Us economy as soon as next week following completion of a fifteen day shutdown to help stem the spread of corona virus. New York's Governor is ordering all hospitals in the state to increase available bed space by at least fifty percent and Paris haunting along reports that the state is preparing for an expected spike in corona virus cases in Queens New York City Health and hospitals. Elmhurst is repurposing rooms to increase capacity says it. Ceo Israel Roja recovery rooms pre anesthesia care unit things that are usually used for transitional patients their opportunities for hospitals to be able to maximize those beds. But that won't be enough for North well. Health hospitals according to their chief medical officer Dr David at Nelly. We are currently replying. A number of our employees. Nurses Advanced Care Practitioners Physicians to work. That they don't normally job at that they're clinically capable to do bonaly says New York City's hospitals are counting on the temporary hospital sites. The Army Corps of Engineers is planning to build on the One News. New York around forty percent of the nation's population is under stay at home restrictions to slow the spread of Corona virus on Monday New Mexico and Washington state. Join roughly a dozen other states in mandating that residents avoid unnecessary travel and Florida governor onto Santa says air travelers arriving there from New York New Jersey and Connecticut Must Self Quarantine for at least fourteen days in pre market trading stocks are rebounding after Monday's declines. Us futures have risen nearly three percent on Asian markets. Hong Kong shares are up three and a half percent this is NPR news. Un Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez says the world body is seeking two billion dollars to help countries fight corona virus and a massive coordinated effort to deal with the social and economic fallout as Linda. Fassulo reports Gutierrez is also calling for an immediate halt to all conflicts around the world. Un Secretary General Antonio Tariffs said. It's time to put armed conflict on lockdown and he's calling on warring parties worldwide to put aside mistrust animosity and focus together on what he calls the true fight of our lives the corona virus. Good Tash One. That have conflicts. Go on there might be an absolutely devastating spreading of the virus. Linda Fasulo reporting a memoir by filmmaker. Woody Allen has been released weeks after its original publisher. Drop the book. Npr's Rose Friedman has more the book titled Apropos of nothing has been released by Arcade publishing which describes it as a quote candidate and comprehensive personal account by Woody Allen of his life ranging from his childhood in Brooklyn through his acclaimed career. The book caused a walkout of staff at its original publisher shed after Alan Son. Ronan Farrow asked the company to halt publication. Ferro has said he believes his sister Dylan. Who has accused their father of molesting her as a child. Allen denies the allegation in a statement. Arcade said that quote while we respect sheds decision to choose not to publish Woody Allen's book we choose not to take sides but rather firmly believe in upholding the right to freedom of speech Rose Friedman. Npr News New York. And I'm Shay Stevens. Npr News in Washington..

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03:27 min | 1 year ago

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"More National Guard is expected to be called up military hospital ships are being deployed in field hospitals are on standby the labor department seeing a thousand percent increase in unemployment claims in some areas and as public transit ridership declines bike shops are seeing sales boom it's Thursday March twentieth the news live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman California governor Gavin Newsom has issued an order directing every state resident to stay home only essential trips outside of permitted nuisance as state residents will need to take new steps to protect themselves from corona virus he's concerned that within eight weeks half of state residents may be infected museum is also asking president trump to deploy the navy hospital ship mercy to Los Angeles and peers Layla funnel has more the governor made the request in a letter saying fifty six percent of California's population could be infected over the next eight weeks that would be more than twenty two million people California's hospitals won't be able to keep up the state has about seventy four thousand hospital beds with projected surge capacity of about eighty eight thousand the letter went on to say the hospital ship will help decompress the health care system so we can provide for both critical care needs like heart attacks strokes car accidents and the rapidly rising number of cook at nineteen cases the father NPR news Los Angeles researchers at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore are tracking the pandemic more than two hundred forty four thousand people worldwide have been diagnosed in the US researchers say more than fourteen thousand cases have been identified at least two hundred five people have died house Democrats are weighing alternate ways to submit their votes during the corona virus outbreak NPR's Claudia chrysalis reports concerns surrounding in person voting of heightened after two members tested positive for the illness forcing a new wave of quarantines dozens of lawmakers are asking house leadership members to consider remote voting as an option California Democrats Katie Porter and Eric Swalwell and Texas Republican van Taylor are spearheading an effort that's drawn more than fifty members urging the rule change Porter says Capitol Hill should follow the same national health guidelines as everyone else Congress should be no exception to that we should leading the way modeling what we're asking other Americans to do house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she's called on the head of the rules committee to explore remote voting and other alternatives cloudy Seles NPR news Washington U. N. secretary general Antonio Guterres is warning that the way countries are dealing with the corona virus pandemic will not solve the scale and complexity of the world crisis Linda Fasulo reports that the U. N. chief made his remarks during a video conference with reporters U. N. secretary general Antonio Guterres has called for a coordinated global response to combatting the corona virus crisis and stressed that millions around the world could die without such an approach could tear says coordinated decisive innovative action from the world's leading economies is required do you and she also made clear that he believes the global recession is near certain as a result of the virus Linda Fasulo reporting from New York you're listening to NPR news from Washington this is WNYC in New York good.

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"Live from n._p._r. news in washington i'm janine herbst president trump says he's imposing additional economic sanctions against iran in response to tehran downing u._s. military drone saying ron actions were aggressive i'll be signing an executive order imposing heart hitting sanctions on the supreme leader of iran and the office of the supreme leader of iran and many others then come year after the administration back out of the nuclear deal with iran and reimposed sweeping sanctions on the country's major industries including oil meanwhile there's no official reaction from tehran yet but reuters reports that iran's hardline media calls the new sanctions saying that they are based on fabricated excuses meanwhile the u._n. security council is meeting privately today to discuss the tensions between the u._s. and a ron linda fasulo has more the private security council session is expected to focus on both around downing of the u._s. drone as well as the recent attacks on oil tankers in the persian gulf and diplomats say the u._s. is prepared to provide further information to security council members from the u._s. investigation into the attacks against the tankers in an effort to persuade certain council members that around is responsible for the incidents tehran meanwhile denies the allegation the u._s. also expected to brief the council on the iranian shootdown of its on armed drone that around says was violating its airspace it's not clear what action will come out of the meeting for impure newsham linda celo in new york reports of new measles cases continue to trickle into the centers for disease control and prevention and peers richard harris reports that thirty three new cases were reported as of last week the total this year now stands at one thousand seventy seven which is the highest since nineteen ninety-two federal health officials declared in the year two thousand that measles had been eliminated in the united states though the disease is still common around the world travelers brought new cases into the country the high highly infectious diseases been spreading largely in unvaccinated populations cases reported over the past two weeks reflected downtick in measles activity but the disease has been confirmed in twenty eight states health officials continued to urge people to get vaccinated especially international travelers richard harris n._p._r. news judge missouri has extended a temporary injunction that allows the state's only abortion clinic to remain open saint louis circuit court judge michael stellar today extended his previous order the kept the planned parenthood clinic open after the state's health department refused to renew its licence citing deficiencies found in a recent audit the clinic can outperform the procedure until june twenty eighth giving leaders time.

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02:21 min | 2 years ago

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"That you can apologize for something and seek to move beyond something without actually disciplining and firing these offices who were involved, the couple has filed a ten million dollar claim against the city alleging civil rights violations by the officers. The Phoenix police chief in African American woman has moved some officers to non enforcement assignments. It's NPR. US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer will testify before the Senate finance committee today. He's expected to be questioned about the Trump administration's trade policies including proposed new tariffs on billions of dollars of Chinese goods. This also comes as the trade office holds public hearings. This week, hundreds of US businesses can't speak in support of or against the proposed tariffs. A new United Nations report says there was a systematic fit rather systematic failure of the UN in addressing the nearly two year long running crisis in Myanmar. Linda fassulo reports the independent report commissioned by UN secretary, General Antonio ca Taras examines, how the UN system responded to the campaign against the Rohingya minority in Myanmar. The report describes the UN's performance as obviously dysfunctional and fraught with serious eras and to conclude that there was a systemic failure, including at the highest levels, which prevented agreements on the common plan of action. The report does not hold any single. Entity or any individuals accountable for the failure. However, it says that the Security Council should bear some responsibility for not providing enough support, U N agencies and departments at a time when it was essential to do. So for NPR news. I'm Linda Fasulo in New York, but thorns in south western China are still searching for any victims who may be trapped in rubble. After a strong earthquake on Monday, the tremor in Sichuan province killed at least eleven people and injured at least one hundred thirty five others. Thousands of people have been evacuated to safety. I'm korva Coleman. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from i-drive maker of remote PC providing real time access to PC's max and servers from anywhere for use when telecommuting or for remote management. Learn more at remote PC dot com slash NPR, and the.

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03:14 min | 2 years ago

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"The recommendations we have formula for making progress despite climate change denial by President Trump and his appointees in federal regulatory agencies this week on to the point. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. British police say WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is under arrest nearly seven years after he took refuge in Ecuador's embassy in London. The BBC's Naomi grimly has more. The metropolitan police say they were invited into the Ecuadorian embassy ofter government withdrew asylum. The police entered the building at ten AM, and he was arrested sewn has been inside the embassy since twenty twelve he was originally wanted for sexual assault charges in Sweden these charges have since been dropped. But the U K authorities still wanted him for skipping bail. Assange is wanted in the US on charges of leaking classified information through emails published by WikiLeaks North Korea's nuclear program will be high on the agenda today when President Trump meets with South Korea's president at the White House. NPR's Asia Roscoe says this will be their first meeting since Trump's February summit with Kim Jong UN ended in Vietnam without an agreement South Korean president moon Jae-in is really trying to get the US and North Korea back to the negotiating table. He was the US to ease up on sanctions to allow Korea to do some joint economic. Projects with the north. Trump is said he doesn't wanna give up any sanctions before North Korea's nuclear program is dismantled. This is NPR news from Washington. Vice president Pence is urging members of the UN to reject Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro as the legitimate leader of that country has Linda fassulo reports. Pence is calling on the UN to join the Trump administration and recognize Venezuela's political opposition leader, one Guido, vice president Pence stress that the US would be pressing ahead to secure n member support for revoking the credentials of the Venezuelan ambassador, representing the Madero government at the UN. He's directly told the diplomat that he should not be. There pens indicated that the US would be proposing a draft resolution to the one hundred ninety three member UN general assembly where Russia and China do not have vetoes to recognize one Guido is interim president of Venezuela currently the US and some fifty plus nations view him as such Russia. Meanwhile, strongly denounced the US move as engaging in regime change for NPR news. I'm Linda Fasulo in. In New York. Blizzard warnings remain posted this morning and a half dozen states in the central US. Heavy snow and strong winds are battering areas from northeastern Colorado to southern Minnesota power outages and numerous vehicle crashes are reported in South Dakota. Colorado's governor has activated the national guard help stranded motorists in that state stocks in Asia ended the day lower Wall Street futures are on the upside this morning. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington..

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03:31 min | 2 years ago

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"Embassy in London, the BBC's Naomi grimly has more. The metropolitan police say they were invited into the Ecuadorian embassy often, it's government withdrew selling them. The police entered the building at ten AM, and he was arrested sewn has been inside the embassy since twenty twelve he was originally wanted for sexual assault charges in Sweden these charges have since been dropped. But the UK authorities still wanted him for skipping bail. Assange is wanted in the US on charges of leaking classified information through emails. Published by Wicky leaks, North Korea's nuclear program will be high on the agenda today when President Trump meets with South Korea's president at the White House. NPR's Asia Roscoe says this will be their first meeting. Since Trump's February summit with Kim Jong UN ended in Vietnam without an agreement South Korean president moon. Jae-in is really trying to get the US and North Korea back to the negotiating table. He wants the US to ease up on sanctions to allow Korea to do some joint economic projects with the north Trump said he doesn't wanna give up any sanctions before North Korea's nuclear program is dismantled. This is NPR news from Washington. Vice president Pence is urging members of the UN to reject Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro as the legitimate leader of that country. As Linda fassulo reports Pence is calling on the UN to join the Trump administration and recognized Venezuela's political opposition leader one Widodo. Vice president Pence stress that the US would be pressing ahead to secure u n member support for revoking the credentials of the Venezuelan ambassador, representing the Madero government at the UN. He's directly told the diplomat that he should not be. There pens indicated that the US would be proposing a draft resolution to the one hundred ninety three member you in general assembly where Russia and China do not have vetoes to recognize one Guido as interim president Venezuela. Currently the US in some fifty plus nations view him as such Russia. Meanwhile, strongly denounced the US move as engaging in regime change for NPR news. I'm Linda Fasulo in. In New York. Blizzard warnings remain posted this morning and a half dozen states in the central US. Heavy snow and strong winds are battering areas from northeastern Colorado to southern Minnesota power outages and numerous vehicle crashes are reported in South Dakota. Colorado's governor has activated the national guard help stranded motorists in that state stocks in Asia ended the day lower Wall Street futures are on the upside this morning. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington. Comedian why fanatic draws from his own experience for a new look at education in America. One of my counselors, my sophomore year think I was averaging kind of somewhere between like a low B and C and he said, hey, that's good. You're the smartest of the black kids. That's next time on the takeaway from WNYC NPR. The takeaway on the air at its usual time that's at noon, and it's followed by fresh air at one PM on the next fresh air. We talk with Henry Winkler who won an EMMY for his portrayal of self-important acting teacher in the HBO dark comedy series. Barry winter is known around the world for his role as the funds in the series. Happy days. We'll talk about his life and.

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03:06 min | 2 years ago

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"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. The House Judiciary committee is expected to vote today to subpoena special counsel, Robert Muller's rusher report Democrats on the committee wants to see the full report, including grand jury testimony without reductions attorney general William bar has said he expects to release Muller's report with reductions by mid April. If not sooner a woman carrying Chinese passports is facing charges after she attempted to gain access to President Trump's mar a Lago club in Florida. That's while the president was there last weekend. NPR's Ryan Lucas says she's accused of lying to secret service agents and illegally entering a restricted area. The woman has been identified as using Jiang court papers say she briefly got into mar-a-lago after telling a secret service agent that she was there to visit the pool she later told a different agent that she was there to attend a diplomatic event later in the evening. No such event was scheduled. Court papers say that this woman was carrying to Chinese passports for cellphones and a thumb drive. That contained malware police in Los Angeles say they've arrested a twenty nine year old man, they believe shot and killed Grammy. Nominated rap singer, nipsy hustle. He's expected to appear in court this week to face murder churches L as police chief says the suspect and hustle knew each other former federal prosecutor Lori Lightfoot will be sworn in next month Chicago's mayor after winning yesterday's runoff vote. This is NPR news from Washington. In turkey. Elections officials are recounting votes from Sunday's mayoral race and Istanbul NPR's. Peter Kenyon, says a recounts being done in several districts over the objections of the political opposition party. The secular opposition CHP was thrilled to see its candidate edging out the much better known ruling party candidate in Istanbul. But some of those votes are now being recounted on the urging of president Richard type air one's ruling AK party. KP is challenging Sunday's unofficial results in both Istanbul and the capital Ankara, a new U N report says climate change and conflict or among the reasons why people in more than fifty countries suffered acute hunger last year. Linda Fasulo has details. According to the report by the UN food and Agriculture Organization, two thirds of people experiencing acute hunger. Last year lived in eight countries, they include Yemen, which has the greatest need as well as the Democratic Republic of Congo, Afghanistan, Syria and Ethiopia. A dozen countries such as North Korea and Venezuela are not part of the analysis due to a lack of complete data. The study attributes the global food shortage to conflict economic crises and climate change. The report also notes that an additional one hundred forty three million people in forty two countries. We're living in stressed conditions on the verge of acute hunger. For NPR news. I'm Linda Fasulo in New York. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington and on this Wednesday. You are listening to KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer. Good to have you here. Well, already starting to see some brake.

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02:57 min | 2 years ago

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"Illegal can make me a sixty three year old man to make me illegal. Jenna Paulette is a volunteer with moms demand action. She argues the city of Pittsburgh had no choice with the lack of action at both the federal and state level. The city knows that it has to do something to help protect its people. The legislation now heads to mayor Bill Peduto who is expected to sign it for NPR. News, I'm Ariel worthy in Pittsburgh. You're listening to NPR news from Washington. Federal prosecutors say secret service officials arrested a Chinese woman last Saturday as she entered President Trump's resort in Florida. He was there at the time court documents allege she was carrying several cell phones, a computer and a flash drive filled with quote militias software. The woman Eugene John had told agents she was there for an event that resort staff did not know about a new United Nations report says more than one hundred million people in more than fifty countries suffered acute hunger last year. Linda fassulo reports the numbers have been this high for the past three years, according to the report by the UN food and Agriculture Organization, two thirds of people experiencing acute hunger last year lived in eight countries, they include Yemen, which has the greatest need as well as the Democratic Republic of Congo, Afghanistan, Syria and Ethiopia a dozen countries such as North Korea and Venezuela are not part of the analysis due to. Lack of complete data. The study attributes the global food shortage to conflict economic crises and climate change. The report also notes that an additional one hundred forty three million people in forty two countries. We're living in stressed conditions on the verge of acute hunger. For NPR news. I'm Linda Fasulo in New York Malaysia's, former prime Minister Najib Razak is on trial and Kuala Lumpur for corruption he's accused of pillaging millions of dollars from a Malaysian investment fund. A Jeep has consistently maintained his innocence and says the charges against him are politically motivated, I'm korva Coleman. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include transfer wise, which was built to make it easier to send money internationally four million people and businesses use transfer wise to send receive and convert currencies in more than seventy countries. More at transfer wise dot com. This is morning edition on KCRW ahead on morning edition. Chicago voters went to the polls Tuesday to choose between two African American women for mayor. I think we are really in potentially what a transformative moment for Chicago politics. Video has never before had a black female mayor more on this historic election. That's coming up on morning edition here on KCRW. Today.

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04:02 min | 2 years ago

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"Of my career. I have fought against the powerful powerful people powerful corporations. I will never stop fighting that good fight. Bernardi is known for representing stormy Daniels in her lawsuit against President Trump. He's been charged with extortion and Bank and wire fraud in separate cases, New York and California at the UN today to secure. Council expected to discuss the latest developments in the flare up between Israel and HAMAs. Linda pursue the reports that meeting on the Israeli Palestinian conflict was already on the Security Council scheduled before the current hostilities the U N special envoy for the middle. East is expected to breach Security Council members on the Israel Gaza situation as well as his ongoing efforts to promote peace talks between Israelis and Palestinians on Monday, Stefan, usury, the spokesman for secretary General Antonio ca Taras described the route that attack from Gaza, Israel as a serious and unacceptable violation and says that the UN chief was monitoring events closely. He calls for both Israelis and Palestinians to exercise maximum restraint. Israel's UN ambassador has urged the Security Council to condemn HAMAs for the rocket attacks. At this point. It is not clear what if any action the council will take for NPR news. I'm Linda Fasulo in New York from Washington. You're listening to NPR news. This is WNYC New York. Good morning. I'm Richard Hake. Six zero four thirty four degrees. Fair skies. We do expect a sunny day today, but chilly highs only near forty eight degrees to representatives from Long Island are proposing an immigration reform Bill. They hope will break the partisan gridlock in Washington. Democrat Tom Swazi is drafting the legislation with Republican Peter King Swazi says he's been moved to compromise partly because of the immigrants. He's met who were facing deportation including a man who went to high school with his daughter. I just can't take it anymore that for the sake of sticking with our party position alone that we can't finally address the problem of this young man, and so many people like that we have to try something different. The proposed Bill would provide a pathway to citizenship for five million people, including those who were brought to the US as children and the recipients of temporary protected status. The leader of New Jersey's state Senate says the builder legalize recreational marijuana is not dead this after legislators called off. A vote on the proposed measure because there wasn't enough support. But Senate president Steve Sweeney says he's not giving up. This is an issue. That's not going away. And we've learned we've made a few mistakes, we'll fix them. We'll move forward and we'll come back but marijuana will get past. If passed New Jersey will become the second state to legalize adult use of cannabis through legislation instead of through a voter referendum medically assisted suicide could soon be an option for terminally ill residents of New Jersey. After the legislature voted in favor of a Bill legalizing it though as WNYC's Rebecca Bara reports the measure came with its sheriff controversy Republican assemblyman Jay Webber spent almost twenty minutes trying to convince his colleagues to vote against the medical aid in dying act, I leading with you. I'll even bake you Weber says the Bill creates a new class of citizen the classroom citizens who can be killed by another citizen. But proponents of the bell saved has safeguards to physicians must attest that a patient has six months to live. The patient must also be proven to be of sound mind. They would then be prescribed medicine to take home and self administer governor. For Murphy says he looks forward to signing the Bill into law. Some New York City council members are looking to stop a brightly lit barge from displaying its digital billboards in the waters around Manhattan. They've introduced a Bill to increase fines for advertising in the waterways from twenty five thousand to one hundred thousand dollars a day the company that runs the billboard barge Bali who media reportedly charges clients more than half that amount to run a loop. Thirty second ad over a four week.

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03:57 min | 2 years ago

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"My career. I have fought against the powerful powerful people powerful corporations. I will never stop fighting that good fight. Bernardi is known for representing stormy Daniels in her lawsuit against President Trump. He's been charged with extortion and Bank and wire fraud in separate cases in New York and California. At the UN today. The Security Council expected to discuss the latest developments in the flare up between Israel and HAMAs. Linda pursue reports. Meeting on the Israeli Palestinian conflict was already on the Security Council scheduled before the current hostilities the U N special envoy for the middle. East is expected to breach Security Council members on the Israel Gaza situation as well as his ongoing efforts promote peace talks between Israelis and Palestinians on Monday, Stefan, Zureiq, the spokesman for secretary General Antonio terrace described the rocket attack from Gaza into Israel as a serious and unacceptable violation and says that the UN chief was monitoring events closely. He calls for both Israelis and Palestinians to exercise maximum restraint. Israel's UN ambassador has urged the Security Council to condemn HAMAs for the rocket attacks. At this point. It is not clear what if any action the council will take for NPR news. I'm Linda Fasulo in New York from Washington. You're listening to. NPR news. Last fall, a guidance counselor at a private Catholic school in Indianapolis was placed on administrative leave after her same sex marriage became public now Carter Barrett of member station. W F Y reports at a second guidance counselor says a high school will not renew her job because her relationship with a woman guidance counselor. Lynn Starkey says Ron Cody high school will not renew her contract for next school year because of our civil union with a woman stark he's been at Ron colleague for nearly forty years. Her lawyer, Kathleen Delaney says the school's decision to in her career there is retaliation after a discrimination claim put the school in a national spotlight. Starchy has been kind of waiting watching and looking over her shoulder when the day was going to come where her employment was going to be affected either through suspension or termination. In a statement, the archdiocese of Indianapolis says contracts are guaranteed for only one year in Starkey civil union violated her contract for NPR news. I'm Carter Barrett in Indianapolis. Taiwanese computer vendor? Acis says it will have a statement today after security researchers said hackers successfully infected tens of thousands of ace's computers with malicious software the Russian cyber security firm Kaspersky lab says the hackers last year got into the company's online automatic updates system. Semantic has also confirmed that some of its customers are affected the ride hailing service, Uber is buying Kareem its competitor in the Middle East. Uber says in a statement that it's buying Korean poor three point one billion dollars. The deal is expected to close in the first quarter of twenty twenty. I'm trial Snyder NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include transfer wise, which was built to make it easier to send money internationally four million people and businesses use transfer wise to send receive and convert currencies in more than seventy countries. More at transfer wise dot com. This is morning edition on KCRW ahead on morning edition a few years ago. A survey of college women revealed something startling thirty three percents of our undergraduate women in our sample said that they identified themselves princesses mourn, how princesses culture continues and how the toys we play with as children shape us as adults. That's coming up on morning edition on KCRW. This is Steven w from freakonomics radio. We'll be teaming up with KCRW for alive.

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03:18 min | 2 years ago

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"Thirty. This is KCRW. News headlines are next live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Janine Herbst. President Trump says he walked away from a possible deal with North Korea because the north wanted all US sanctions lifted but in a rare news conference North Korea's foreign minister says they only ask for partial sanctions relief. And peers rob Schmitz says this puts South Korea in a tough spot that but the China is likely okay with no deal being reached China's leadership prefers the status quo. North Korea remains a mildly threatening buffer state between China and US troops on in South Korea. In a lack of a nuclear agreement keeps North Korea in play when it comes to US China relations. In other words, Beijing can continue to use it's close relationship with North Korea as currency in its negotiations with the US NPR's, rob Schmitz at the UN, a divided Security Council rejected competing US and Russian draft resolutions on the crisis in Venezuela. And if a solo reports rush. Shia and China vetoed. The US sponsored measure the US draft resolution called for free incredible presidential election and uninterrupted delivery of humanitarian assistance in contrast. Russia's proposal stressed that the Venezuelan government would retain control over any foreign aid at the meeting Moscow's UN ambassador accused the US of seeking regime change. Meanwhile, US on ROY Elliot Abrams said strongly that all options around the table. Linda Fasulo reporting real financial markets. Asian markets were higher by the bell. The Nikkei up just over one percent. This is NPR. Mount kenya. Africa's second highest mountain is engulfed in fire local communities and forestry and Wildlife Services along with private conservation. Groups are trying to control it NPR's ofeibea Quist arcton reports the fire is believed to have been started by illegal marijuana. Farmers who were clearing land the fire on Mount Kenya. Started six days ago, and is reported to be burning on two fronts. Spread by strong winds and high temperatures Kenya has limited resources to fight vise of this magnitude, the blaze is blamed on farmers clearing an area to plant marijuana. The flames have also raised acres of moorland and are now threatening indigenous forests, including bamboo, east Africa hosts, the largest natural bamboo forests in Africa. Experts say the Mount Kenya is also threatening one of five highlands zones known as Kenya's water towels which feed rivers and provide most of the country's freshwater ofeibea Quist arcton NPR news Applejack Pakistan, civil aviation. Authority is beginning to reopen its airspace. Now allowing travel to four major cities authority sale commercial flights will resume Monday. It's been closed to domestic and international flights for days because of continuing military tensions with neighboring India. And you as futures contracts are trading in positive territory this morning, the Dow futures contract and s and p five hundred futures contract both up more than six tenths of a percent. I'm Janine Herbst. NPR news in Washington. CNN this week for KCRW news. You're gonna hear all about the explosive national stories coming from Washington and how they might affect your life here in southern California. From analysis of Michael Collins testimony on Capitol Hill to gun control legislation passing in the house..

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03:06 min | 2 years ago

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"From NPR news in Washington, I'm Janine Herbst. President Trump says he walked away from a possible deal with North Korea because the north wanted all US sanctions lifted but in a rare news conference North Korea's foreign minister says they only ask for partial sanctions relief. And here's rob Schmitz says this puts South Korea in a tough spot that but that China is likely okay with no deal being reached China's leader. Shape prefers the status quo. North Korea remains a mildly threatening buffer state between China and US troops in South Korea. In a lack of a nuclear agreement keeps North Korea in play when it comes to U S China relations. In other words, Beijing can continue to use its close relationship with North Korea as currency in its negotiations with the US NPR's, rob Schmitz at the UN, a divided Security Council rejected competing U S and Russian draft resolutions on the crisis in Venezuela and reports Russia and China vetoed. The US sponsored measure the US draft resolution called for a free incredible presidential election and uninterrupted delivery of humanitarian assistance in contrast. Russia's proposal stressed that the Venezuelan government would retain control over any foreign aid at the meeting Moscow's UN ambassador accused the US of seeking regime change. Meanwhile, US on boy, Elliot Abrams said strongly that all options around the table. Linda Fasulo reporting. Well, financial markets. Asian markets were higher by the bell. The Nikkei up just over one percent. This is NPR. Mount kenya. Africa's second highest mountain is engulfed in fire local communities and forestry and Wildlife Services along with private conservation. Groups are trying to control it NPR's ofeibea Quist arcton reports the fire is believed to have been started by illegal marijuana. Farmers who were clearing land the fire on Mount Kenya. Started six days ago, and is reported to be burning on two fronts. Spread by strong winds and high temperatures Kenya has limited resources to fight. Fires of this magnitude the blaze is blamed on farmers caring an area to plant marijuana. The flames have also raised acres of moorland and are now threatening indigenous forests, including bamboo, east Africa hosts, the largest natural bamboo forests in Africa. Experts say the Mount Kenya is also threatening one of five highlands known as Kenya's water towers, which feed rivers and provide most of the country's freshwater affair vehicle. Stockton NPR news Applejack Pakistan, civil aviation. Authority is beginning to reopen its airspace. Now allowing travel to four major cities authority sale commercial flights will resume Monday. It's been close to domestic and international flights for days because of continuing military tensions with neighbouring, India, and US futures contracts are trading in positive territory this morning Dow futures contract and s and p five hundred futures contract both up more than six tenths of a percent. I'm Janine Herbst. NPR news in Washington. On the next fresh air interviews with two people who have recently died Stanley. Donovan who directed classic musicals like singing in the rain and on the.

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06:19 min | 3 years ago

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"They're white. They're teenagers. They're wearing Trump hats. They believe in Jesus Christ. They have to be destroyed. Hot takes hot mess from WNYC in New York. This is on the media. I'm Bob Garfield this week why the New York Times reconsidered its play of a gruesome photo from Nairobi. The American media thing in order to shock the audience into caring about someone that far away we need to show the most extreme otherwise they won't care. Plus a TV docu series tries to bridge the gap between indigenous peoples and white Canadians reality show style. The producers thought maybe a third more contact there'd be less tension between the community. It's all coming up after this. NPR news in Washington. I'm trials Snyder. The federal government is back open. President Trump has signed the short-term spending plan funds the federal agencies affected by the shutdown that spending plan we'll ask for the next twenty one days, but if yours Windsor Johnston reports a fight over border wall. Funding is not over President Trump announced the stopgap Bill in the white House Rose Garden yesterday. I am very proud to announce today that we have reached a deal to end the shutdown and reopen the federal government congressional Democrats, including house speaker Nancy Pelosi say they're looking forward to the additional time to work toward a compromise on border wall funding optimistic I see every challenge your every crisis as an opportunity an opportunity to do the right thing for the American people. Trump says if no agreement is reached by the February fifteenth deadline he's prepared to declare a national emergency in order. To fund a wall Windsor Johnston. NPR news, Washington. Head of this warnings emergency meeting of the United Nations Security council. France, Germany and Spain are close to recognizing opposition leader, Juan Guida was president of Venezuela. All three countries say they will recognize Guida unless elections are announced in the coming week. Reporter Linda Fasulo RIA says secretary of state Mike Pompeo is set to address the council after the US on a number of other countries recognize God opened then called on President Nicolas Maduro to resign. It will be the first formal Security Council meeting on the political and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela and council members I deeply divided over what to do so far there is little concrete support on the council for recognising opposition leader, one Guido as Venezuela's. Interim president only the US and council member Peru have done so US allies Britain, France and Germany have called the Madero government illegitimate that have stopped short of recognizing. Dope. Russia and China. Meanwhile, back Maduro and object to international interference in Venezuela. Then as well. As foreign minister is also expected to participate in the Security Council session for NPR news. I'm Linda Zillow in New York resident Trump's friend and adviser Roger stone is out on bond after his arrest at his home in Florida early yesterday morning last night. He was on Fox News saying the indictment brought against him as part of the special counsels. Russia investigation is really about silencing him. And he said he's prepared for the fight of his life. I intend to plead not guilty. I believe I will be vindicated sewn appeared on Tucker Carlson tonight. He is to be arraigned in Washington DC on Tuesday stone is charged with lying to lawmakers about Wiki leaks witness tampering and obstructing a house intelligence committee investigation and from Washington. You're listening to NPR news. Seven people are confirmed dead. But officials expect the toll to rise sharply in Brazil following yesterday's collapse of a dam at an iron mine. Rescuers are searching for some two hundred people who remain missing Brazil's president has planning to visit the region imply over the disaster area today. Pope Francis is in Panama's part of his trip to Central America. The is to celebrate mass outta cathedral in the old section of Panama City today. US markets ended the week on a high note with the NASDAQ closing more than one percent higher. Steve Bucknor has this roundup of the week on Wall Street with software sales being projected corporate profits could take a hit. But for now. Many of the reason earnings reports have been solid enough to support share prices as usual. There were countervailing influences this week forecast of slower global growth ongoing U S China trade tensions and until late Friday. Uncertainties about the partial government shutdown. It all made for considerable market volatility though, not as much as late last year the various market forces largely balanced out the Dow rose for a fifth straight week. But only by an eighth of a percent. The NASDAQ climbed nearly as much but the s&p lost two tenths of a percent for the week for NPR news. I'm Steve Bucknor the women's title at the Australian Open belongs to Naomi Osaka. She'd be Petra Nova in the women's final today. Asaka lost at three championship points in the second set, but came back in the third to claim the Australian crown the winner so Sokha's second consecutive grand slam victory. This is NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the corporation for public broadcasting and the estate of Joan Kroc whose bequest serves as an enduring investments in the future of public radio. And the John D and Catherine T MacArthur foundation at macfound dot org. Next time on the New Yorker radio hour in exonerated, man. Takes on the prosecutors who sent him to death row speaking in terms of what is a crime would is attempted murder. If I'd say you that this tiny two dollars from me. But I continue he tried to kill me. That's next time on the New Yorker radio hour.

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