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Puppy pipeline runs from Georgia northward to adoptive homes in Washington DC
"Hundreds of dogs from shelters in Georgia are finding homes in the Washington D. C area, many of them thanks to a volunteer group called pilots and pause. Lost Dog and Cat Rescue Foundation of Arlington, Virginia, told Macon Georgia's W M A. Z T V. There's been a strong demand for rescue dogs in and around Washington. With so many professionals now working from home and able to take in a new pet. Some are even being flown by air from Georgia to Washington by volunteer pilots. And Georgia. Many rules, shelters are struggling to feed the animals and Morfogen Lee's been turning in their pets due to the financial strain of the pandemic. I'm Louise Schiavone. NPR NEWS
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"And just recently, people started paying much more attention to Tulsa in the city's history of racial violence. I was like, man, if they interested, stand arrested and somebody don't shoot a movie on this side, and then I was like, okay. Wanna hurry thinking my album ready? So we're gonna be the soundtrack when the movie does come out. Remembering Tulsa 1921 in music That's ahead today on the New Yorker radio hour, right after this Line from NPR News in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone, U. N Secretary General Antonio Good Cherish, told the U. N Security Council this morning that the hostilities between Israel and Hamas along the Gaza Strip are appalling. He called for an immediate end to fighting as the conflict continues unabated. Nearly 200 Palestinians have been killed in a week of violence. Several Israelis have died. At a virtual meeting of the Security Council. U. S ambassador to the U. N. Linda Thomas Greenfield had a message for Hamas time to end the cycle of violence. The United States calls on Hamas and other Palestinian groups and Gaza to immediately hope rocket attacks and other publications. Israeli's military says an attack on a militant tunnel system in Gaza lead to unintended civilian casualties when the underground structure crumbled. The foundations of civilian houses above also collapsed. US climate envoy John Kerry says that people don't have to give up quality of life to achieve significant environmental protection. Teri Schultz reports on Kerry's trip to Europe where he's holding discussions ahead of November's U. N climate conference in Scotland. John Kerry says future advances in technology will allow for less drastic lifestyle changes While also reducing Sio two emissions to the goal of net zero. Speaking on the BBC's Andrew Marsh, Oh, Kerry said, this is information he's received from scientists and not politicians. 50% of those reductions are going to come From technologies that we don't yet have. After meeting Pope Francis on Saturday in Rome, Carrie said the pontiff plans to make an official visit to Scotland and attend the U. N climate conference. Harry called the pope one of the great voices of reason and a compelling moral authority on the climate crisis for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. Gasoline shortages caused by a cyber attack on one of the country's largest gasoline pipelines are improving since peaking on Thursday from member station W. A. B in Atlanta. Lisa Hagen has more colonial pipeline tweeted Saturday that it's resumed normal operations. Officials say long lines and panic buying have subsided, though some gas stations air still quickly selling at a fuel, according to reports, the RANSOMWARE attack on the Georgia based pipeline company affected gas supply from Texas and the South East all the way to New Jersey. But as of this weekend, we're over the hump, according to federal Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm. She said Saturday that 200 gas stations are returning to service. Every hour Reporting is confirmed Colonial pipeline paid the cyber Attackers ransom of nearly $5 million in crypto currency. For NPR News. I'm Lisa Hagen in Atlanta. As of yesterday, 80% of gas stations in Washington, D. C were still without fuel, according to the tracker Side gas buddy. This is NPR news in Washington. Life from KQED News. I'm Julie Chang. All of San Francisco's immunity. Subway stations reopened this weekend for the first time since the pandemic forced service because service cuts more than a year ago. Historic Streetcar Service has also returned on the F Market and wars route from Fisherman's Worf to marketing Castro streets. Service. Along the end, Judah also resumed its full route between Ocean Beach and forth and Qing Yun You writers may also see new improvements in stations and underground tunnels, which were added during the shutdown, including WiFi service ALM, union writers are required to wear masks aboard trains and Busses. The union that represents staff and faculty at City College of San Francisco, is calling out the administration over a proposed salary increase for the school's chancellor. This comes less than a week after the union agreed to an across the board pay cut to avoid massive layoffs. Like Malika Finkelstein is a part time instructor and president of the union. Our faculty has sacrificed so much in the interest of keeping our doors open to students. And keeping folks in their job and this felt like a negation of what we had done. According to documents submitted to the board of trustees. The interim chancellor's contract would be extended through September and his new take home pay would be $35,000 monthly $6000 more per month than before..
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"I'm Louise Schiavone, President Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden will host competing town hall events tomorrow. NPR's Windsor Johnson reports. The candidates were originally scheduled to face off in their second presidential debate Thursday night. A second debate was canceled after President Trump objected to a virtual format announced by the commission on presidential Debates. The decision came days after Trump tested positive for the Corona virus. Two candidates will now host dueling town hall meetings. Trump in Miami on Thursday night, and Biden in Philadelphia, Florida and Pennsylvania are key swing states that both candidates are vying for in the upcoming election. NPR's Windsor Johnson about 5.2 Million Americans are barred from the polls because of their criminal record. According to a new national report from the sentencing project. Samantha Max of member station W. PLN, says Tennessee disenfranchises ah higher percentage of people with felony convictions that almost any other state. Tennessee has some of the strictest rules in the country for people who want to restore their voting rights after they're convicted of a felony. And researcher Christopher You gin with the sentencing project says restrictive state laws are keeping people from the ballot box, especially minorities, So it's utterly disappointing and frustrating that we had into this election with that level of dilution of voting power, particularly communities of color. Data is most striking. For Latino residents. Tennessee has the highest rate of disenfranchised Latino voters of any state at more than 10%, and it has the second highest rate among states for disenfranchised black voters. For NPR News. I'm Samantha Max in Nashville, Wall Street. The Dow was down 165, the NASDAQ Off 95, the S and P Down 23. This is NPR. And this is Casey AR W. On a Wednesday, October 14th on Larry Parole. Here's what's happening. Governor Newsome. Is calling on law enforcement officers to show more restraint when dealing with public protests that includes using rubber bullets and tear gas on Lee as a last resort. Yes, Casey ar w story, Glaser reports. This comes after months of demonstrations up and down the state demanding racial justice Governor Newsome says police officers should facilitate the right of protesters to demonstrate peacefully without infringing on their First Amendment rights. The governor's policy advisors have come up with recommendations for doing that, including requiring officers to turn on their body cameras during protests and minimizing the use of equipment like armored vehicles and military style helmets, which they say can escalate conflict. Something echoed by many activists, But the state's largest police union says the recommendations are unrealistic and failed to address how to keep officers safe. Meanwhile, some civil rights advocates are criticizing Newsome for vetoing some police reform bills this year, including one that would have explored alternatives to traditional law enforcement. Responding to 911 calls Casey Ar W Cherry Glaser reporting. If L. A county residents want to meet up with people from other households, they are going to have to take a page out of the NBA's book. Create a bubble today L a county health officials gave an update on how residents chametz as the state eases Corona virus restrictions to allow some multi household gatherings. It is recommended that if you do gather with two other households You do so with the same household each time, creating a quasi bubble that can reduce the risk of spreading the virus to others. It is only county public health director Barbara for rare She gave some more information on county recommendations, saying, If you do meet up with two other households, it must be outdoors. And she said attendees also have to be masked up and social district. Distancing protocols need to be met. And it should only be a one time thing for special occasions. Officials say the county transmission rate is slowly rising and there is potential for more outbreaks. They also warn people may have been exposed to the virus during protests and sports celebrations. If you attended one of these gatherings, it's very important that you stay away from other people. Especially from those at greater risk of becoming seriously ill from Cove in 19. Today, the county has announced 22 more deaths in over 1300 confirmed new cases off the virus. And a furious comeback by the Dodgers wasn't quite enough to beat the Atlanta Braves and Game two of the National League Championship Series before run rally by the team in the bottom of the knife came up short last night, the final score. 8 to 7. Game three is just getting underway. Right now. Support for NPR comes from Hub spot whose enterprise CR and platform is designed to help marketing sales and customer service teams generate leads Rosales.
Petalo, not Charmin: Virus brings Mexican toilet paper to US
"Supply chains are catching up with the radical demand that set in when the Corona virus first exploded in the U. S. And the winter. One of the hardest hit product chance was households paper goods, including toilet paper several months later, American consumers are now starting to see Branson may not be familiar Mexican toilet paper brands like Ray, he'll tell us elite. Daisy, Soft and Vogue are now on shelves in various stores. The store said they had to branch out to more suppliers because Americans were hoarding. I'm Louise Schiavone. NPR
Trump to host Mount Rushmore fireworks show
"Louise Schiavone. President Trump is heading to South Dakota today will be celebrating the Independence Day holiday at Mount Rushmore, where thousands of people are expected to attend a large fireworks display. Seth Tupper with South Dakota Public Broadcasting says protests are planned 7500 people won tickets to the event in an online lottery. Face masks will be available and signs will encourage social distancing. But South Dakota Governor Christie Gnome, says Cove in 19 precautions will not be required. I expect the folks that will come to Mount Rushmore will come to celebrate our independence. What makes America special and there be grateful that the president made the trip to come be a part of the program know worked with President Trump to bring fireworks back to Mount Rushmore National Memorial The last display was more than a decade ago. Protesters, including Native Americans plan together near Mount Rushmore. They say the giant carving and the fireworks are desecrations of land. They
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"I'm Louise Schiavone president trump was visible only on social media Sunday as cities erupted following the death of George Floyd a black man in the custody of Minneapolis police this was the scene in Washington in Minneapolis the driver of the tanker truck who appeared to aim for protesters is now in custody state law enforcement official Paul schnell we're still piecing together all the details are going back and looking at video footage of of how he got to the place that he did because I was at that time that there was attempted to move traffic divert traffic from the from that area no one was injured the army is ready turning to large scale training at its massive base in the Mojave Desert with new coronavirus safeguards and PR's Tom Bowman has that story National Guard soldiers from fifteen states will be the first to welcome back combat training in the desert range the size of Rhode Island the soldiers will be tested for the virus before they arrive it will be screen once more when they get to fort Irwin those with high temperatures will be isolated tested in quarantine if necessary soldiers were where mass to be separated by six feet while intense Chow halls in training the army is eager to get back to training in larger formations but most soldiers around the country still trait individually or in squads Tom Bowman NPR news this is NPR live from KQED news Brian white good morning the bay area is waking up to a morning after three consecutive nights and days of protests and civil unrest millions of residents in parts of the region are starting their day as some of the first curfews in recent memory our ending like Friday and Saturday Sunday began as a day of demonstrations against the police killing of black people one protest took place outside San Francisco city hall where a woman who went by the name Charmaine L. spoke to KQED society.
Global stocks advance after Trump holds back on China retaliation
"News that the trump administration would not renege on the phase one trade deal with China boosting shares around the world on Friday the White House announced it would end special treatment for Hong Kong in response to China's national security policies there but stocks surged in China overnight the Shanghai index logging its biggest gain since March twenty fourth markets in Europe approached their strongest level since early March with gains in banks and travel and leisure stocks as nations look forward to re opening their economies Dow futures are down seventeen at this hour I'm Louise Schiavone NPR news
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"In Washington on Louise Schiavone schools places of worship and popular gathering spots of all kinds are being closed across the country and around the world in response to the corona virus California's governor is ordering the closure of bars night clubs in wineries and in New York City public schools are now closed Alec Hamilton of member station WNYC has more the mayor says schools will be closed until at least April twentieth and possibly for the rest of the school year school buildings will remain open this week to provide grab and go meals for students who need them the mayor says the city is still working on plans to provide food after that the system which is the largest in the country serves more than a million students Peace Corps operations around the world are being suspended due to pandemic worries and fears Jackie Northam has details Peace Corps director Jody Olson said the spread of the corona virus and the difficulty of international travel prompted the decision to suspend operations globally Olson said the organization wanted to safeguard its volunteers and prevent a situation where they were unable to leave the countries where they're stationed the Peace Corps had already evacuated its volunteers in China and Mongolia Olson added that the federal agency was not closing and looks forward to returning to normal operations once the crisis is over Wall Street trading paused for fifteen minutes at the open this morning amidst a sharp plunge the Dow is now down to over twenty two hundred this is NPR live from KQED news I'm Brian what has the guidelines on how to reduce the spread of the corona virus tightened bay area families prepared over the weekend for weeks of no school some flock to crowded grocery stores to see shelves of paper products and hand sanitizer empty the closures of things like library store ski resorts and bars have now become common as many of us work from home and work to stay home and create social distance more patients suffering for respiratory illness have gotten tested and the number of local cases of coded nineteen has increased daily at UC San Francisco to health care workers fell ill and tested positive for the virus and his nurses battling the outbreak ramping up their call for better safety measures KQED's Raquel Maria Dillon reports nurses say they're not confident that the protective equipment they're being told to use will keep them from catching the virus especially since the centers for disease control loosened their guidelines for health care workers the change was from requiring respirator masks the N. ninety five kind that's in short supply to surgical masks marine Duggan is a nurse at UC San Francisco we need to protect ourselves and our patients and our families and we do not believe that a surgical mask is adequate is appropriate protection Duncan says many specialized nurses have trained and practiced their entire careers for a crisis like.
Belting out protest song is latest act of Hong Kong movement
"At several Hong Kong malls Wednesday night thousands of activists saying protest karaoke and their latest act of resistance in the semi autonomous Chinese territory the evening participants saying glory to Hong Kong and several shopping locations in a respite from recent violence during the month long protests pushing for democratic reforms the song was written anonymously the lyrics reflect protesters vows not to surrender despite a government concession to action extradition bill that had sparked the unrest I'm Louise Schiavone NPR news
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"In Washington I'm Louise Schiavone conservative politics has lost a major benefactor with the death of billionaire David coke also a philanthropist coke died at the age of seventy nine NPR's Tamera Keith looks at the influence of David coke and his brother Charles David coke and his brother created a network of political organizations that attacked Democrats and promoted libertarian and fiscally conservative causes coke also made considerable philanthropic donations and health care in the arts but he is best known for his work backing Republican candidates and pushing free trade lower taxes and fewer regulations in nineteen eighty he ran for vice president on the Libertarian Party ticket David coke was executive vice president of coke industries until last year when he retired the giant privately held company is involved in everything from refining to ranching Tamera Keith NPR news final preparations are being made for the G. seven summit in France where the global economy trade and climate change our top issues president trump will attend NPR's Frank length it has more from B. arrests leaders of the group of seven major industrial economies including the US the UK and Japan arrive and be a rich the French beach resort as the US China trade war grinds on after pounding global stocks last week analysts expect other western leaders to press president trump not to allow the trade would spin out of control but the president tends to go his own way and has disdain for multilateral groups like the G. seven NPR's Frank Lankford thirteen thousand French police officers are involved in security at the G. seven talks with large protests expected there's growing international anger over Brazil's response to the fires raging in the Amazon rain forest the number of fires has soared this year but as NPR's Phil briefs reports Brazil's government is playing down the issue our house is burning the I'm and rain forest the lungs which produce twenty percent of the planet's oxygen is on file so says French president Emmanuel macron in a tweet echoing the huge level of international concern about the arms and thighs backgrounds but the prices on the agenda for this weekend's G. seven summit in France public dismay over the files will also be in evidence on the streets this weekend demonstrations highlighting the destruction of the rain forest a planned around Brazil and some European cities environmental experts say the fires are caused by people illegally clearing forest land Brazil's government says the problems exaggerated and that the president Shabbos unato is the victim of a smear campaign but with this mac campaign but it reads NPR news Christian it up the British airline pilots association says British Airways pilots are set to strike three days in September the action is a response to a labor dispute and could disrupt a peak travel season for the British flag carrier on Wall Street the Dow was down four hundred sixty points this is NPR Nate support for NPR comes in the leukemia and lymphoma society LOS is taking a precision medicine approach to treating acute myeloid leukemia which claims the lives of nearly eleven thousand Americans each year learn more at L. L. S. dot org from KCRW I meant killing with a look at state and local headlines authorities trying to solve a hit and run death are hoping a fifty thousand dollar reward will generate tips leading to an arrest on August fourth running Hernandez was injured she was collecting recyclables on Alondra Boulevard in the harbor gateway neighborhood Hernandez who was a mother of five was temporarily homeless when she was fatally injured in the crash according to a statement from the LAPD the reward is being offered by the city for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the motorist no description of the vehicle was released following the crash vehicle fled the scene authorities say the reward may convince a reluctant family member or person close to the driver to come forward San Francisco wants to do away with felons offenders convicts and parolees no not the people just the words the board of supervisors once more positive terms used to describe those individuals a felon or offender would be a returning resident or formerly incarcerated person a parole Lee would be a person under supervision the supervisor say they prefer people first language and they want to do away with the descriptions that objectify or pejorative the board claims about one in five Californians has a criminal record and using negative words to describe them can dehumanize anti value the person the D. twenty three expo kicks off today at the Anaheim convention center it's a celebration of all things Disney which now includes Marvel picks are in the Star Wars saga along the so called Disney legends to be honored over the three day event a Robert Downey junior her start in the Iron Man films singer actress Bette Midler actor filmmaker John Fabbro and the voice of Darth Vader James Earl Jones the convention will also feature a new exhibit Walt Disney archives prisons heroes and villains the art of the Disney costume it'll showcase more than seventy costumes worn over the past fifty five years of Disney Disney movies and TV's and finally last night the rolling stones brought down the house in Pasadena at the Rose Bowl they got quite surprised before taking the stage there's now a rolling stones rock on Mars NASA named little stone for the legendary rockers after its insight robotic lander captured it rolling across the surface of Mars last year rock just a little bit bigger than a golf ball was moved by insights on thrusters as the robotic winter touchdown on Mars the only moved about three feet but that's the farthest NASA has seen a rock roll while landing craft on another planet Mick Jagger told the huge crowd he was thrilled and couldn't believe what NASA done is anyone to bring the little Martian stone back to earth and put it on the mantle Robert Downey junior announced the name taking the stage just before the band set at the Rose Bowl which is incidentally just a stone's throw from JPL check the roadways right now downtown there is an incident on the southbound one ten this is around second street two vehicles here blocking the number two lane on the four oh five a loss you gonna go we've got a two vehicle issue there looks like it is on the right shoulder and a single or to tell you about on the ten east at Kellogg this is on the phone area number one and number two lanes out of commission currently back up the starts around.
6 injured in race with bulls at Pamplona festival
"Run six in the Spanish town of Pamplona's San Fermin festival and six more people have wounds to show from this year's running of the bulls one man's leg was gored according to a local hospital another patient had bruises on his chest the dash along cobbled streets to Pamplona's bullring lasted two minutes and eighteen seconds thousands are drawn to the festival annually were six fighting bulls are released it to the streets in the early morning on the way to the reading I'm Louise Schiavone NPR news
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"I'm Louise Schiavone. President Trump told reporters this morning that is White House will resist all post Muller investigation subpoenas from congressional Democrats. It was the most thorough investigation probably in the history of our country. I think I read where they interviewed five hundred people I say it's enough get back to infrastructure back to cutting taxes get back to lowering drug prices. That's what really that's what we should be doing. The White House is also pushing back on House Democratic efforts to obtain Trump's tax returns and his businesses financial records the president. And the first lady Orrin Atlanta today to address law enforcement medical professionals and politicians about the nation's opioid crisis and two thousand seventeen opioid abuse killed a record nearly forty eight thousand Americans says. Automated. There are two million people in the US who are addicted to either illegal or prescribed opioids Texas Southern University at this hour's hosting an event featuring nearly half the fields of declared democratic candidates for president Andrew Schneider of Houston. Public media has detail eight candidates, including Beto, aerobic Kamala, Harris and Bernie Sanders will participate in what's billed as the first ever presidential candidate forum focused on women of color. Amy Allison is president of she. The people women of color are the most progressive voters in the country. And we're interested in a whole wide range of social economic and racial Justice issues. And so we'll be exploring those with the candidates more than two thousand people from twenty seven different states are expected to show up for the free event. The form will also be live streamed on Facebook for NPR news. I'm interest Neider in Houston. Iran's foreign minister says US sanctions will not bring the country to its knees. This just days after. After the Trump administration threatened to punish countries importing oil from Iran and PR's. Michele Keleman reports. Foreign minister mohammad-javad Zarif accuses the Trump administration of being dangerously obsessed with Iran, he says President Trump is mistaken. If he thinks his pressure campaign will bring the Iranian government to its knees. To pressure. Don't don't put pressure on tried angry respect speaking at the Asia Society in New York's reef says Iran will continue to sell oil and ship it through the strait of Hormuz if the US tries to prevent that. He warns it should prepare for the consequences. The Trump administration says countries that continue to buy oil from Iran could face US sanctions. Michelle Kellerman, NPR news, the State Department. Sri Lanka's, president has asked for the resignations of the Defense Secretary and the national police chief after security forces failed to act on warnings before Easter suicide bombings. The Dow is down fifty this is NPR in the nineteen eighties..
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"I'm Louise Schiavone President Trump is on the road today. Addressing the nation's opioid crisis at a drug summit in Atlanta, Georgia Johnny Kauffman of member station. W A B E has details. President Trump is speaking at the prescription drug abuse and heroin summit. He's called the opioid crisis public health emergency. Then congress has allocated billions of dollars to fight it the centers for disease control and prevention says drug overdose deaths continued to rise in the US some seventy thousand people died of overdoses in twenty seventeen. Those the latest year for which federal data are available to thirds of those deaths involved an opioid Johnny Kauffman of member station. W A B E in Atlanta. The European Union says Facebook, Google and Twitter are improving their efforts to combat online at your Fearance ahead of European parliament elections next month. But is Teri shows tells us from Brussels EU officials say better isn't good enough. This oh media. Giants have agreed to report. Monthly to the European Commission on the success of their measures to take down fake accounts and require more transparency and online advertising in Europe the companies want to avoid legislation forcing them to do. So e you officials say the latest reports show overall more aggressive policies and policing, but to little sharing of data with outside experts and notification of users who might have been affected by breaches. Teri Schultz reporting from Brussels on Wall Street at this hour, the Dow is down seven the NASDAQ up eleven this is NPR news from KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer. With this local news update gasoline prices are now running well over four dollars a gallon in many parts of California. The AAA says that's a dollar more than the national average and governor Gavin Newsom says he wants answers for what's behind that price difference..
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"Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone President Trump's friend and former political adviser Roger stone returns to federal court in Washington today. He's pleaded not guilty to charges in connection with special counsel Robert Muller's Russia investigation NPR's Windsor. Johnston has more stone says he has no intention of making a deal with special counsel Robert Muller on Tuesday. He pleaded not guilty to seven charges, including witness tampering and lying to congress. Federal judge has ordered him. Not to have any contact with the witnesses in his case and not to apply for a new passport. Prosecutors say stone will be tried by lawyers for the special counsel team and the US attorney's office in Washington DC NPR's Windsor, Johnston, all Cold War era, arms control pact between the US and Russia is on the ropes today as the Trump administration has declared its intention to withdraw from the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty in a written. Statement, President Trump blamed Russia stating that Russia had violated the nineteen eighty-seven. I n f deal with impunity, quote covertly developing and fielding are prohibited missile system that poses a direct threat to allies in troops abroad starting tomorrow. The White House says the US will suspend its obligations under the treaty near the coast of Mexico. Southern state of Japanese a six point six magnitude earthquake struck at a depth of forty miles some people evacuated office buildings in part of Mexico City. The quake was also felt in Guatemala, and El Salvador, latest Labor Department figures show employers added three hundred four thousand jobs in January the pace of hiring exceeded expectations at the same time. The jobless rate did tick up to a still low four percent, economists got Brown at Raymond James and associates says Washington's thirty five day political standoff did have something to do with that government shutdown really didn't have much effect on the. Payroll numbers as well as the wage data hours worked, but it did seem to have an impact on the unemployment rate this morning. President Trump tweeted jobs jobs jobs..
Judge considering fate of undecided race in North Carolina
"Salt in two thousand nine of then girlfriend riana he completed probation in two thousand fifteen I'm Louise Schiavone NPR news.
Chris Brown arrested in Paris following rape accusation
"Riana he completed probation in two thousand fifteen I'm Louise Schiavone NPR news.
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"News in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone day twenty-seven of a government shutdown with roughly eight hundred thousand federal workers at the mercy of a spending standoff between congress and the White House today. The State Department announced it's taking steps to make funds available to resume most personnel operations and fund most salaries when paychecks are due January twenty second, but that is not the case across the board with departments that have been furloughed speaking to NPR's all things considered number two Senate democrat, dick Durbin said the talks to end the stalemate continue. We'll conversations continue. I don't think they're particularly productive at this moment. I hope they continued every level. And most importantly, I hope that the same Republican senators who come up to me on the floor and say they're fed up with the shutdown. We'll tell Mitch McConnell that he is the Republican leader in the Senate if he calls the spending Bill which Nancy Pelosi passed, and it passes the Senate, I think the president will understand it's time for the shutdown. The. Labor Department reports the number of furloughed federal employees seeking unemployment benefits jumped to over ten thousand during the first week of January house speaker Nancy Pelosi is defending her decision to retract an invitation for President Trump to deliver the state of the union address later this month and PR's. Kelsey Snell reports Pelosi wants to postpone till the shutdown. Pelosi says there is no reason Trump needs to travel to the capital for the speech in the middle of shut down the date of the state of the union is not a sacred date. It's not constitutionally required. It's not a presence birthday. It's not anything. It is a date that we agree to Pelosi had invited Trump to deliver the speech on January twenty ninth. But reverse that decision this week saying Trump could reschedule or submit his speech and writing she told reporters at a weekly press conference that federal protection services are capable of securing a state of the union address during a shutdown, but they should be paid to do. So Kelsey Snell NPR news. The capital. The UK government will hold a second vote on Prime Minister, Theresa May's beleaguered Brexit plan on January twenty ninth. But as NPR's Frank Langfitt reports the way forward is not clear after lawmakers dealt the planet crushing defeat after plans to feed Tuesday it lost a record two hundred and thirty votes. The prime minister says she's reaching out across party lines to build consensus, but with sharp opposition in her own conservative party and a deeply divided parliament. There's no obvious compromise. That might bring lawmakers together and satisfied the European Union. Jeremy Corbyn, the opposition labor party leader said maize plant is hopeless. It's a you deal is now finished the question of tweets sweetness from Brussels to bring him back to life corbin's refused to enter talks with government until she pledges. The UK won't leave the U without a deal. Frank Langfitt, NPR news, London. Wall street. The Dow now up thirteen points. This is NPR. President Trump's lawyers says he quote never said there was no collusion between Russia and members of Trump's two thousand sixteen presidential campaign Rudy Giuliani made the comments on CNN. The statement differs from the president's statements insisting there was no campaign collusion with Russia Giuliani went on to say that even if there had been wrongdoing by members of the campaign. There's no evidence tying Trump to a Russian hack of democratic emails at least eight people have been killed by a car bomb and Columbia officials say dozens have been injured NPR's Philip brief says the attack was at a police academy in the capital Bogota the bomb exploded of the general Santander police academy in the capital self TV footage shows the charge wreckage of a car in the school parking area. Distressed relatives of academy cadets gathered at the scene, Columbus, president even do K called the attack a miserable terrorist act. It's not yet known who did it. Over recent decades, though, many bombings in Columbia because of the conflict between the government and leftist guerrilla groups and drug cartels. These tape it off after the largest rebel group. Faulk signed a peace agreement in two thousand sixteen but peace negotiations are stalled with one insurgent tokenism the L National Liberation Army, and he continues to carry out occasional attacks. Philip briefs NPR news. Five term Republican congressman and Trump ally from Pennsylvania, Tom Marino is retiring from congress. He says he's taking a job in the private sector resigning just two weeks after being sworn into the new congress. I'm Louise Schiavone NPR news, Washington. Support for NPR comes from Fidelity Investments taking a personalized approach to helping clients grow preserve in manage their wealth. Learn more at fidelity dot com slash wealth. Fidelity brokerage services LLC and Americans for the arts at Americans for the arts dot org. At WNYC. We rely on the listener support. But what exactly does that mean this zillionaires? I'm a reporter in the newsroom to me listener support is about reliability. I meet people all the time who say, oh, my gosh, you work at WNYC. I love WNYC, and I rely on you, and it's really nice to be able to say back to them..
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"I'm Louise Schiavone a suspect has been arrested in Bakersfield, California in connection with Wednesday's fatal shooting of a California. Police officer Stanislas county sheriff Adam christianson told reporters Dabo Peres Arriaga. Thirty three years old again was arrested earlier today during the execution of a search warrant was found a residence in the Bakersfield Kern county area, the suspect is accused of shooting corP Ranil sing during a traffic. Stop. Reggie sing is the late officers brother of lowered Foresman people that I don't know work days and nights. Thank you. Sheriff Chris Johnson says the suspect was in the country illegally as the partial federal government shutdown approaches week to President Trump has called off his New Year's visit tomorrow Lago and Florida at tonight is dining at the vice president's home in Washington along with other advisers, the Environmental Protection Agency is halting operations at midnight tonight at PR, Scott Horsely reports the EPA is the latest government agency to feel the effects of the budget impasse. The EPA had been limping along using leftover money after much of the government spending. A thorny ran out last week. But now the PA has exhausted those funds and the agencies workers are joining some four hundred thousand other federal employees on furlough hundreds of thousands of others are working without pay Jacqueline Simon. Who's with the largest union of federal workers says the longer the shutdown drags on the more widely its effects will be felt up course, people care desperately about the work that they do, but they also have to pay their bills. And there's only so long that people can't afford to keep coming to work without a paycheck. No quick end to the shutdown is in sight with President Trump and congressional Democrats stalemate over Trump's demand for a multi-billion dollar border wall. Scott Horsely NPR news, the White House. Wells Fargo Bank will pay five hundred seventy five million dollars in.
Manhattan DA's office drops more than 3,000 open marijuana cases
"Hake. Some three thousand people in Manhattan have old warrants for low level marijuana offenses can breathe easier right now. A judge approved the DA Sivan's has motion to dismiss those warrants. The decision won't expunge the records of people charged with marijuana related crimes that would require a change in state law. But van says his office is doing what it can. So for today. What I am the power to do is is vacate warrants for open cases and dismissed the underlying misdemeanor violations that is within my power to do is district. Attorney. And that is the step on taking today. The judge's decision comes amid a citywide reevaluation of marijuana policy Vance's office, stop prosecuting low level offenses last month and the NYPD has started issuing tickets for marijuana violations. Instead of making
Ebola control measures seem to be working in Congo, WHO says
"The Democratic Republic of Congo has decided to open. Around two hundred and fifty schools in bullet affected areas where the new school year begins despite the risks Lisa Shlein in Geneva report UNICEF is scaling up efforts to promote prevention measures more than eighteen thousand pupils in the. Bowler affected eastern DRC are expected to attend the first day of school UNICEF, spokesman Krista Boyack says measures being taken to reduce, the, risk, of the, spread. Of the fatal Disease what measures. Are we talking about these include training school principals and more. Than one thousand seven hundred fifty teachers in the zones about Ebola and protecting measure against the virus boy Iraq says children will be taught good hygiene practices, he says UNICEF will install hand washing units in each school to promote handwashing and
Congo Republic plans to launch vaccination drive after yellow fever outbreak
"Returns from the Labor Day break this week to consider the nomination of judge Brad Kavanagh to the US prem- court today on Fox News. Sunday Senate democrat, dick Durbin complained that Cavanaugh documents have been withheld bear suppressing these documents. If we're lucky, we will see six percent, six percent of all of the documents that have been produced could be produced to reflect on Kavanagh's true position on issues he's saying and the White House saying the American people have no right to note also on FOX judiciary committee Republican, Lindsey, Graham insisted an unprecedented volume of Kavanagh documents had been released or documents. Given the navy person ever nominated the supreme court. We're gonna have a hearing, there's no drama in disarray and Dolly dramas those running for president. How will they handle this hearing on the democratic side? You know, we're gonna get this good man
4 missing, 13 injured after 2 boats collide on Colorado River
"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Louise Schiavone for people are missing and more than. A dozen are injured after a boat crash on the Colorado river. Last night, the crash occurred in Milwaukee reached park about three hundred miles east of Los Angeles we get details from Bridget Dowd of member. Station k. j. z. z. in Phoenix the high speed head on collision happened just after eight pm local. Time along, the border of California and Arizona Eric Sherwin is a spokesman with the San Bernardino county. Fire district he says first. Responders heard conflicting reports of how many people. Were on board the two. Boats and initially thought only two people were missing you can. Imagine at that time we were working in low to no light conditions with a flowing river Sherwin says the. Cause of the crash is under investigation and recovery efforts. Are
Facebook allows landlords to discriminate on housing ads, HUD charges
"Department. And Federal Housing regulators this week have signalled their interest in discrimination, complaints against Facebook and PR's Yuki Noguchi reports that concerns are mounting over whether Facebook's advertising systems, disallow some people from seeing real estate ads. The original suit brought by several consumer groups against Facebook came in June. It alleges Facebook allows advertisers to violate the fair housing act by enabling them to exclude families or disabled people from seeing their ads. The department of housing and urban development on Tuesday took administrative action alleging similar violations by Facebook. If the agency's complaint isn't resolved, it could lead to a potential lawsuit separately. The US attorney's office in the southern district of New York has now sent a letter to the judge. In the case, saying the Justice department agrees with a consumer groups complains, and that it is monitoring the case. You get a Gucci, NPR news, Washington. This is
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"The Greek island of Evian is battling a massive blazes led a thirties to evacuate two villages and a monastery no casualties reported road traffic headed for Athens redirected to ferries, last month a. Wildfire seaside resort left Ninety, four dead, this is
Trinidad's Nobel Prize-winning author V.S. Naipaul dies at 85
"Nobel prize winning author of a bend in the river has died according to British publications. He wrote about British colonialism faith and immigration NPR's Lynn neary has more born in Trinidad. VS Naipaul had a complicated relationship with his homeland. His grandparents were indentured servants from India. His father became a local journalist, a fate Naipaul was determined to avoid. He did just that when he won a scholarship to study at Oxford later, he travelled extensively in Africa, much of his work is about life in former colonized countries, including his best known book, abandoned the river. Early novels such as house for Mr.. Biswas are filled with humor, but his later depictions of life and former colony. These were more critical Naipaul won. What was then the Booker prize in nineteen seventy one for Innisfree state and the Nobel prize in literature in two thousand one Lynn
U.S. races to meet migrant reunification deadline
"On kqed public radio the. Time is, now nineteen past five live from. NPR news in. Washington I'm Louise Schiavone The Trump administration is racing to, me today's deadline for reuniting migrant families who were separated at the. Border but as NPR's Joel rose reports the government has also. Acknowledged that hundreds of families will not be reunited by the deadline federal officials say there are. Roughly nine hundred parents who cannot be reunified by. The deadline in about sixty cases the. Administration says that's because the parents have. Past criminal convictions but in more than four hundred cases it's because the parents. Are already out of the US either. Because they left, or were deported by. Day's end attention will shift to the hundreds of children whose parents, may have been deported Andrew how much time. We're unified parents in the US should have to decide if. They want to seek asylum. I just, ruptured at the US embassy in. Beijing earlier today China's says a man. Detonated a small bomb outside the compound. Today explosion the only person injured was the man accused of the blast Chinese police responded the embassy. Says there was no damage to its. Property world markets Dow futures are up on the tech heavy NASDAQ. Futures are lower after reported one, hundred fifty billion dollar slide and Facebook shares and while the US and you have diffused. Their trade, issues, China remains concerned about is'relations with the US leading Asian stocks lower I'm Louise Schiavone NPR news. Washington and here, in San Francisco I'm Matt Elmore thank you, so much for joining us for morning, edition today which we'll get back to shortly I Joe McConnell is away today Ted Stevens is in his place to bring us a look at bay area traffic I Ted good morning Matt let's, start on the Altimonte pass westbound five eighty five to Northland road it's stop and go traffic eastbound still. Doing work on the between Greenville road and grant line road It's only the. Left lane is open until eleven o'clock this morning, metering lights are off at the bay bridge but traffic is, starting to stack up to the end of the parking lot and. No delays on Bart trains, are, on time Ted Stevens for. Thanks Ted his. Report brought to you by beach blanket Babylon I'm Jeremy Hobson, Miami is known as the cruise. Ship capital of the world but. The ships are outgrowing the city's port facilities the three major cruise lines they've all. Been growing in terms, of. Ships is in port Miami hasn't. Had the opportunity did host some of. The larger ships so now they're planning to build three new terminals that's next time on here now The here and now program begins. At eleven o'clock this morning it in turn is. Followed at noon by the. Takeaway The Trump administration hits the deadline for family reunification border crossings decreased and shown. But that is to be expected Trump's family separation policy has made no difference what the numbers say about border crossings I'm Tanzania Vega and..
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"From. NPR news in Washington I'm Louise Schiavone the Senate Foreign Relations committee yesterday asked secretary of state Mike Pompeo to explain President Trump's recent private meeting with Russian. President Putin in Helsinki the two men were accompanied only by interpreters in this exchange Pompeo spars with Senator Robert Menendez a. New Jersey Democrat Senator I understand the game. That you're playing now Mr. secretary. With all due respect I don't. You characterizing my questions my questions is to. Get to the truth we don't know. What, the truth is meanwhile amid objections in Washington and a lack of interest in Moscow the White House has scratched plans to meet with. President Putin, in Washington this fall a small explosion ship the street outside the US embassy. In the, Chinese capital earlier today NPR's Anthony kill reports from Beijing that a man suspected. Of causing the explosion Was the only one hurt I witnesses describe. An explosion the size of a. Large firework and clouds of white. Smoke rising from the street a small bloodstain. Was visible outside the embassy gate police. Identified, the bomber is a twenty six year old man from China's, Inner Mongolia region after a brief delay crowds of visa applicants continued to. Go in, and out of the embassy President Trump today heads to granite city Illinois to. Talk to, you steelworkers, heading back to a local mail I'm Louise Schiavone NPR news Washington On the next. Fresh air who is Maria Boutin ah the twenty nine year old Russian woman. Has been charged with working as an unregistered agent of Russia in the US we'll talk with Washington Post investigative, reporter Rosalind Helderman Latinas, political connections her relationship with the NRA and her.
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"Live from. NPR news in Washington I'm Louise Schiavone results are coming in from Pakistan's elections they show that Imran, Khan a former pro athlete who turned to. Politics is leading in the vote, count but NPR's Diaa Hadid reports from Islam about the voting. Process has been marred, by allegations of incompetence and rigging calms main, challenger, alleged there'd been massive rigging and Pakistan's third largest party. Complained of voting irregularities meanwhile unofficial results were delayed because the vote transmission system broke down. The post-election drama follows a. Campaign marred by allegations of interference now Pakistanis waiting for official results and to learn whether they'll be accepted by all parties the US embassy in China. Says a man detonated a small bomb outside the compound, today in Beijing only the. Man was injured in the explosion Chinese police responded to the scene the embassy Released a statement. Saying there is no damage to. Its property fire officials. In California closing. Yosemite national park due to the growing Ferguson fire at has claimed nearly. Sixty five square miles of land and forced hundreds of. Evacuations Yosemite national park spokesman, Scott gutten Gettleman says the closure is due to heavy smoke the closure is, in effect till Sunday if the air clears and things get better before that we may reopen and it may go beyond Sunday I'm Louise Schiavone NPR news Washington and this is morning edition on WNYC in. New, York at five twenty good morning I'm Kerry Nolan one hundred twenty cameras are no longer catching speeders in school zones because. State, authorization has expired state Republicans and governor Cuomo or playing hot potato with a Bill. To extend the program neither side wanting to call for a special legislative session Republican state Senator mardi, golden argues it's up to Cuomo he's a. Leader he's the one that could, talking about He's someone knows how important. It is let him order, respect but Cuomo says calling a special session now would be, a waste of money unless Republicans are prepared to approve the Bill the governor said golden holds enough power to persuade other Republicans to support, the, program twenty cameras. Are still authorized to issue tickets city officials say the cameras. Reduced pedestrian deaths and speeding a post. Office in Chinatown will soon get a name change to honor relate suffragette and local community organizer President Trump. Signed a Bill into law, yesterday, renaming the door your street building the Mabel Lee memorial post office, Lee. Who died. In one thousand. Nine hundred sixty six was the first Chinese woman to receive a PHD from Columbia University she was well known for organizing classes for China towns residents teaching them skills like carpentry radio and typewriting congresswoman Nydia Velazquez Spar sponsored the bipartisan Bill. We'll have mostly cloudy skies for. This Thursday with a. Chance of showers. Highs in the mid eighties today part Cloudy tonight then clearing overnight with lows in the mid seventies right now we're. Looking at cloudy skies and seventy two degrees..
Donald Trump to meet EU president Jean-Claude Juncker for White House talks as tensions rise
"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Louise Schiavone the. Trump administration has released, some, of. The documents from an FBI request for permission to survey of former Trump campaign aide. NPR's Windsor Johnston, reports the agency had suspected quarter page of collaborating and conspiring with Russia the FBI had requested. Pages surveillance as part of this. Special counsels Russia investigation speaking on CNN. Page said he was never an agent of a foreign power and the documents overstate his ties to Russia I might have. Participated in a few meetings that a lot of people including people from the Obama. Administration we're sitting in Geneva Peres, etc but I've, never, been, anywhere near what's being, described here in a series of tweets President Trump said the documents are proof that. The FBI was bias against him during the two thousand sixteen campaign Pain but offered no evidence to support his assertion Windsor Johnston NPR. News Washington one idea that emerged from the Helsinki summit last week was that the US and Russia might. Work together to help, Syrian, refugees. Return to their war-torn country but the head of US central command general Joseph hotel. Told ABC news, that he's not convinced that US worship cooperation should expand beyond the car coordination over Syrian airspace We should. Be doing anything more with Russia right now I have not asked for that I don't think that we ought to be Militarily with them right now Beyond what we are currently we're currently doing votes l. told ABC news and the Wall Street Journal that Russia's support of the Syrian. Regime gives him significant pause the president of the European Union commissioned is due at, the White House this week even as German industry groups warned, the Trump administration, against Moore tariffs as me Nicholson has more detail Kemp chair of Germany's largest industry association warned that the United States will end up harming itself with tariffs on. European cars and car parts he added that the German auto industry alone employs more than one hundred eighteen thousand people in the US and that sixty percent of cars produced. Or exported Germany's economy minister. Peter is Maya said Sunday he hopes the solution can be found because trade between Europe and the United States makes up a. Third of, all plausible trade he said while tariffs on aluminium and still, had a volume of Justice six billion euros annually Car tariffs would. Amount to ten times that. Figure for NPR news I'm SMU Nicholson in Berlin Chinese president Xi Jinping has arrived in Rwanda the second stop in his tour. Of Africa, he is the first Chinese president to visit the East African, country this is NPR An Afghan. Interior ministry spokesman says that fourteen people including both civilians and military. Forces have been killed in, the suicide attack air Kabul's airport shortly after. The country's controversial I vice president landed on. His return from abroad fifty other people were wounded the Islamic state. Group claimed responsibility Sweden continues to battle dozens of wildfires as a massive heat wave. And historic, drought grips northern Europe Teri Schultz, has details firefighters from around Europe worked overnight to try to get some eighty four spires under control. In Sweden which is experiencing record drought they've managed to cut the number of blazes roughly in, half, the director of Sweden's civil contingencies agency says while there has been some progress there's no reason to be. Too optimistic unusually hot, temperatures are due to rise even higher this. Week Sweden's mobilized its armed forces against the blazes and asked its European Union partners for backup France Germany Italy and Lithuania have sent. Water bombing aircraft Denmark and Poland have dispatched firefighters in vehicles with other countries on standby in case the situation continues. To worsen for NPR news, I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels tonight Branson Missouri around. Two. Hundred people attended a. Community memorial service for the seventeen People killed when a duck boat sank in a Missouri lake during a sudden storm Thursday At Williams chapel at college of the Ozarks the. Joplin globe reports a church, bell chimed seventeen times today to honor each. Of the victims I'm Louise Schiavone, NPR news Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the Wallace foundation fostering improvements in learning and enrichment for, disadvantaged children and the vitality of the arts for everyone ideas at Wallace foundation dot ORG and.
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"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Louise Schiavone the Trump administration has released documents from the FBI's request to wiretap. A Trump campaign adviser just before the twenty sixteen election President Trump says, the files show with authorities were biased against. His campaign but. NPR's Daniele Chesler reports, some his party say the opposite the department. Of Justice released hundreds of pages of. Warrants to wiretap one time Trump campaign aide Carter page the Warren show the. FBI believed page met in secret with two Russian representatives while he visited Moscow in two thousand sixteen, the FBI sites reporting by a former British. Intelligence agent the Democratic National Committee paid for his, work some Republicans say the agents had anti-trump by us but Florida GOP Senator Marco Rubio suggested on CBS's. Face the nation that pages links to Russia warrant scrutiny you haven't individual here who, has openly bragged about. His ties to Russia in, Russia NHS and the FBI's job is to protect this country from from threats four federal district. Court judges approved the wiretaps they are all GOP appointees Daniele has though NPR news The Ferguson fire has burned about forty. Seven square miles near Yosemite national park Bob Moffitt with capital public radio. Reports a new round of vac-vacation orders where issue, yesterday but firefighters are allowing some of the burn the Ferguson. Fires burning in the Stanislas national. Forest and steep rocky terrain Jacob Welch is a public information officer and says firefighters will. Not be attacking the fire directly in many areas we can't go direct on. It so we're taking more of an indirect containment lines strategy and that's. Using existing road systems there are about. Twenty nine hundred people working the blaze about four hundred. Firefighters hotshot crews and bulldozer operators moved to the north side of the river after the fire jumped the containment line Friday to evacuate. Centers are now open in Mariposa county, there, are more than two hundred structures threatened a bulldozer operator died in. The early hours of the firefight more than. A week ago the memorial services scheduled.
Suicide blast kills 14 near Afghanistan airport
"He's in Washington, I'm Louise Schiavone. The Justice department is made the unprecedented move of releasing documents from the FBI's request to a special court for permission to surveilled. Former Trump campaign advisor Carter page NPR's. Mara Liasson reports. The President Trump is claiming that the documents confirmed the investigation into Russian election at your favorites is a rigged witch hunt. This is the first Fiso wiretap application ever made public. The declassified document was heavily redacted, but it shows that the application relied on evidence that Russia had tried to recruit page back in two thousand thirteen. It also relied on evidence from that dossier compiled by a former British intelligence agent President Trump tweeted this morning that the document proves his campaign was spied on Republicans in an effort to discredit the origins of the whole Russia investigation have been saying that the FBI abused its power because it relied improperly on the dossier Democrats say the FIS appliques. Was appropriate Mara Liasson NPR news One concept that emerged from the Helsinki summit last week is that the US and Russia might work together to help Syrian. Refugees return to their war-torn country but the. Head of US central command. General Joseph Patel tells ABC news. He's not convinced that US Russia cooperation should expand beyond the card. Coordination over Syrian airspace We should be doing anything more with. Russia right now I've not. For that I don't think that. We ought to be doing militarily with them right now Beyond what. We are currently we're currently doing votes l. told ABC and the Wall Street Journal that Russia's support of the Syrian, regime gives him significant pause and Afghanistan the Islamic state says it was behind a. Suicide bombing near Kabul international airport today that killed at least fourteen people the BBC's Catherine Davis reports. The blast coincided with the return of the country's exiled vice president cramps, of people including high ranking officials had gathered on, the tarmac to welcome general Dostam there was tight security for the event which was broadcast live on television but minutes after his. Convoy left the app airport an explosion occurred blast is set to. Have gone off near the main entrance where people had also been waiting general Dostum's return and the. Reason he left has. Been a subject of much speculation he went to techy. Often accusations of involvement. In the kidnap rate and torture of a political rival he's denied any wrongdoing And insists. He was in Turkey for medical treatment the BBC's Catherine Davis European Union officials are doing Washington later this week to meet with President Trump about trade this after the conclusion of, the meeting of. G twenty finance ministers and central bankers and Buenos Aires where trade was topic a this is NPR news from news, I'm Racquel Maria Dylan there's a small brush fire burning in a county park in. The hills of Milpitas the country fire has burned a couple hundred acres of grass already and is. Twenty five percent contained Cal fire officials say no homes are threatened so, far fire departments from around the south bay and, air tankers are already responding and some hikers were rescued no evacuation orders have been issued yet now too adorable baby sea otters. The marine mammal center in sausalito wants the public's help to name. An otter pop this particular pop had a rough start to life when she was first stranded she. Was suffering from demo Eric acid. Poisoning now she's recovering well and needs a name it turns out there. Are rules, for naming. A sea otter it's more like naming a Kentucky Derby horse than choosing a name for a. Family pet the center can't reuse names that would violate the terms of their licensed to treat wild animals veterinarian Abby McClain, says even animals will be released. Back into the ocean. Need names it really helps us because just memorizing numbers is very difficult especially when. You have hundreds of patients on site at one time and because the only thing cuter than a..
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"Live from npr news in washington i'm louise schiavone officials say there were few signs that seventeen year old dmitri pogo cheese would one day opened fire on classmates in his high school but today a thorn in south texas are holding him for a mass shooting at santa fe high school near houston at least nine people are dead ten others wounded npr's wayne goodwin has the latest the attack began at seven thirty am as the shooter roam the hallways and classrooms of santa fe high school with a shotgun a thirty eight caliber handgun killing and wounding indiscriminately a school police officer john barnes engage the attacker and was himself critically wounded in the process in a press conference at the high school texas governor greg abbott said the weapons used in the attack came from the shooter's father but there's no information yet as to whether the boy's father was aware abbott reported the shooter was unable to bring himself to commit suicide after the attack as he'd planned wade goodwin npr news the white house says president trump has activated his gun safety commission and is expected to meet with members next week the commission was first convened after the mass shooting at a high school in parkland florida the president is ordering the us flags fly at half staff until sundown may twenty second in respect for those affected by the santa fe high school shooting the republican controlled house came up short on votes to approve a nearly nine hundred billion dollar farm bill the bill went down amidst an unrelated fight over immigration and pr susan davis has more house republicans overwhelmingly support the underlying farmville which includes tougher work requirements to qualify for food stamps but a group of conservatives in the house freedom caucus voted against the bill as part of a pressure campaign on party leaders to bring up unrelated immigration legislation some republicans are demanding a vote on a hardline immigration bill even though gop.
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"Live from npr news in washington i'm louise schiavone addressing the national rifle association yesterday and dallas president trump declared that gun rights made the united states safer than the uk rather story that in london which has unbelievable come on a once very prestigious hostile right in the middle is like yours oh for horrible stabbing yes that's right they don't have guns they have is the president asserted that one london hospital had blood all over the floor due to wave of knife attacks at pr's john yellow chesler reports that british citizens don't agree that u s style gun rights would make them more secure conservative and opposition labor party lawmakers told the independent newspaper the president's comments were sensationalist unhelpful and a disgrace william mcgowan a teacher considered trump's idea over a cold cider outside a london pub trump listen may you're talking nonsense knife and gun crime have soared in london the city's murder rate top new york's for several months this year if we had guns in london then i think there would be a spike in in gun crimes and then we would also have knife crime as well mcgowan says he'd rather see more police than guns on the street trump is scheduled to visit the uk in july danielle chess low and pr news london the president's newest lawyer called on the carpet by his boss to get it straight is clarifying why a payment was made to adult film star stormy daniels rudy giuliani says it was an effort to protect the trump family from a false allegation iran's president says his administration is not responsible for the blocking of the popular messaging app telegram in iran and pr's peter kenyon reports that president hassan ruhani described the move as the opposite of democracy hammy posted to social media that the blocking of telegram in iran was a decision made at the highest levels of the system and he made clear that he opposes the move his post said quote the filtering and blocking of telegram was not carried out by the government which does not approve of it millions of iranians used telegram to share messages videos and news the app has been blamed by thorens for enabling widespread protests around the country late last year ruhani's been struggling against hardline forces in iran who are seeing this closely.
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"But walker scheduled the elections for the fall holder suit claims walker is violating voting rights the walker camp insist the governor is abiding by the law european shares moved lower today in anticipation of the us tariff actions to be announced against china tomorrow us tariffs on steel and aluminum imports take effect i'm louise schiavone npr news washington i'm peter o'dowd the effects of cyberbullying can follow a victim for years when somebody bullies you to your face it's an it's painful and visceral and then it's gone when someone believes you online it may never go away or tech companies doing enough to stop it our series on bullying continues next time on here the program of course underway right after our foreign program that's eleven this morning on k q e d a journalist with years of experience in the middle east goes home to paris after the twenty fifteen terrorist attacks i think the more you exposed to it and i think we can see it in europe now with not that familiarity breeds contempt but it becomes less shocking and she writes a novel about surviving the trauma of mass shootings it proceeds a little bit in the sharpness paris metro next time on the world join us for the world this afternoon at two and then at three i'm hari sreenivasan on the next news hour after parkland father of one of the students killed reflects on the tragedy and the activism it has inspired that's thursday on the pbs newshour whether watchers at the national weather service periods of moderate to locally heavy rainfall expected to continue through this afternoon bay.
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"The live from npr news in washington i'm louise schiavone the results of the us senate race in alabama have been certified a judge today dismissed a lawsuit filed by republican candidate roy moore who lost to democrat doug jones troy public radio's kyle gas it has details at the alabama state house election officials met to certify the results of the us senate race that the final count chose jones won by twenty two thousand votes moore's last minute lawsuit claim that people had been bussed in from out of state to vote for jones secretary of state john merrill said his office disproved this claim in a separate claim that thousands of voters came across state lines to vote in a town called border lama there is no area in the state of alabama known as lord along that too was made up and it was reflected on twitter and facebook after the certification more released a statement in which he again called the election results fraudulent for npr news i'm kyle gasset in montgomery alabama president trump is sharing his insights about the weather tonight quote in the east it could be the coldest new year's eve on record the president tweets and continues quote perhaps we could use a little bit of that good ole global warming that our country but not other countries was going to pay trillions of dollars to protect against at quote an inspector general's report is taking issue with the way the food and drug administration has handled food we calls and pierre's richard harris explains one recall in the inspector general's report involved knock butters contaminated with salmonella bacteria reviewers found that the fda had been aware of the contempt the nation for a hundred and sixty one days before the company agreed to recall its products at least fourteen people got sick from that tainted nut butter that was one of.
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"Three years ago she converted to catholicism one of the central things i dream meet a catholicism in the beginning was how central and significant the body is in the mass also jazz critic kevin whitehead reviews a newly unearthed 1968 concert recording by the bill evans trio first news live from npr news in washington on louise schiavone are high level meeting at the white house today where president trump declared neonazis white supremacists and the kkk criminals and thugs this after these groups and others gathered in charlottesville virginia this weekend in a racism few you'll protest that turned violent this fig regis display of hatred bigotry and violence it has no place in america as i have said many times before no matter the color of our skin we all live under the sick babe laws we all salute the same great flag the president spoke at the white house after meeting with attorney general jeff sessions and fbi director christopher ray and a civil rights investigation is underway the president had condemned the events of the weekend but prior to today's remarks he had been criticized sharply for not singling out the hate groups the woman killed in the violence is being remembered by friends and family for her strong convictions she died after a car ploughed into a crowd of counterprotesters in charlottesville npr's greg allen has more quote on her hires facebook page said if you're not outrage you're not paying attention her father mark higher lives near cocoa four four draw there was a strong warren russia that opinions the equality of every war the other higher with two friends in charlottesville saturday to protest the white nationalist unite the white rally when a car ran into the crowd mark higher says he hopes his daughter's death helps change hearts people need to stop hating and they need to forgive each other he says i include myself in that in giving the guy that hires that he's proud of his daughter she had a stubborn backbone greg owen npr news to virginia state troopers also died this weekend and the crash of a police helicopter that had been patrolling events on the ground in charlottesville the.