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Amazon to Buy MGM Studios for $8.45 Billion

Morning Becomes Eclectic

00:55 sec | 3 weeks ago

Amazon to Buy MGM Studios for $8.45 Billion

"MGM for a $0.45 billion MPR's mentally Del Barco reports. It's a second largest acquisition for the company after purchasing whole foods. Amazon already runs a film studio, prime video streaming service and a video game streaming site. But the MGM deal is its biggest move into entertainment. Amazon will assume MGM is debt, and it will also get the rights to the Golden Age Studios, film and television library. With its mascot Lion roaring logo, MGM made such movie classics as singing in the Rain and 2001. A Space Odyssey. MGM also owns the epics Cable Channel and runs a TV studio that produced the Handmaid's Tale and Fargo. Bond. James Bond. MGM also shares the James Bond movie franchise with a family that controls the double. Oh seven movies. Mandali del Barco. NPR News

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Biden Proposes $1.7 Trillion Infrastructure Counteroffer to GOP

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00:47 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden Proposes $1.7 Trillion Infrastructure Counteroffer to GOP

"Say Major differences remain with the White House over President Biden's major infrastructure plan. Despite a compromise proposal, MPR's Windsor Johnson reports, the Biden administration has cut the overall price tag of its infrastructure package to $1.7 trillion White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the new numbers more closely aligned with Senate Republicans requests. This proposal exhibits a willingness to come down in size will also staying firm in areas that are most vital to rebuilding our infrastructure and industries of the future. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has said Republicans could support a package up to $800 billion He also says Biden's plan to roll back Trump era tax cuts is where Republicans draw the line. Windsor Johnston.

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Kennedy Center Honors Slims Down in Response to Pandemic

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00:56 sec | Last month

Kennedy Center Honors Slims Down in Response to Pandemic

"Center honors are being held today but on a smaller scale because of the pandemic, the iconic performing arts center in Washington, D. C. Postpone its event from December MPR's Elizabeth Blair reports. The honorees include musician Garth Brooks and director and choreographer Debbie Allen. The Kennedy Center honors air like Lifetime achievement Awards in the arts. The other honorees are violinist Midori, Joan Baez and defended Jiminy, Jiminy, Jiminy, Jim Jim Tariq a sweep it as lucky. As luck income BEEF Germany. The honorees were greeted by President Biden at the White House this week. The honors gala is typically the Kennedy Center's largest fund raiser, raising about $6.5 million. With everything scaled back this year, They raised half that. A telecast of the Kennedy Center honors will air on CBS on June. 6th.

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Israel and Hamas Agree to Cease-Fire Over Gaza Conflict

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02:11 min | Last month

Israel and Hamas Agree to Cease-Fire Over Gaza Conflict

"On the streets of the Gaza Strip last night, Palestinians are celebrating the start of a cease fire between Hamas and Israel. In which both sides are claiming victory. Here is what that victory looks like 11. Days of rockets flying out of Gaza. 11 days of Israeli bombs striking Gaza, Palestinian officials say more than 234 people were killed 65 of them Children. In Gaza, hundreds of buildings were destroyed. Israeli authorities say Hamas rockets killed 12 people in Israel, including two Children. MPR's General Estrin joins us from Jerusalem Daniel Thanks for being there, first off is the ceasefire holding at this point. It is. The two sides are calling it quiet for quiet, which means both agree to stop firing. But if one side breaks a cease fire, the other response and officials say that probably in a few days there will be negotiations about the terms. Egypt called the cease fire at two a.m. local time. That's when it was supposed to start and right up to the deadline. There were strikes. The last Israeli strike was heard around one a.m.. The last Palestinian rocket fire was around 1:50:50 A.m.. And then right. At two A.m.. Palestinians went into the streets and Gaza celebrated also in the West Bank, also with the Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, worshipers chanted and praised Hamas. And right away in Gaza, we saw thousands of people who had sought shelter and U N buildings, load up their trucks and drive home. We have not seen celebration gatherings among Israelis, but many Israelis, you know, have been up at night and protected rooms. Lot of air raid sirens in the middle of the night, and finally, they could get a little bit more sleep. But as Steve noted, both sides are declaring victory here. I mean, they could say whatever they want, but what's the reality? Well, The reality is both sides are trying to sell this as a victory to their own people who have suffered tremendously. Under the last 11 days in Gaza, Hamas held a rally in the middle of the night on the street, where the most devastating Israeli strikes took place where whole extended families were killed. Hamas leader said. This is one of our biggest victories ever. Thank you citizens. You are our swords for Jerusalem.

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Biden Races to Get Ahead of Gasoline Crunch

All Things Considered

00:58 sec | Last month

Biden Races to Get Ahead of Gasoline Crunch

"Administration says efforts are underway to prevent potential gas shortages in the wake of a cyberattack on one of the nation's largest pipelines. MPR's Windsor Johnson reports. The colonial pipeline delivers nearly half of the fuel consumed along these coast Energy Secretary Jennifer Grand Home says the colonial pipeline is expected to be mostly up and running by the end of the week. But drivers may still feel a crunch because it takes a few days to ramp up operations. In the meantime, Granholm is warning gas station owners about driving up prices at the pump. We expect that gas station owners are are and she Would act responsibly. We will have no tolerance for price gouging. Grand Home also says there's no need to horde gasoline. The White House says it's monitoring supply in parts of the Southeast and that President Biden has directed federal agencies to provide additional resource is

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"mpr" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:52 min | Last month

"mpr" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Respond. Emmick MPR's Joel Rose reports. Gina Raimondo says a fear and lack of affordable child care are preventing many Americans from returning to work. A disappointing jobs report released last week shows that the U. S economy fell far short of expectations in April. Republicans blame that on enhanced unemployment aid, which they say is discouraging Americans from looking for work. But Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo says there's no data to support that argument. Here she is on CBS is face the nation. People are still telling us the number One reason they're not going back to work is is fear due to the virus, and more people were looking for work last month and the month before. Mondo says many Americans, particularly women are struggling to find affordable child care. As many schools remain closed for in person learning, she says, unemployment Israel's Supreme Court says it's canceled tomorrow's hearing on possible evictions of Palestinians from Jerusalem neighborhood. A new date will be set within 30 days. This comes after Israeli police and Palestinians clashed on the most sacred night of the year in the Muslim calendar. Medics say Around 90. Palestinians were wounded NPR's Daniel Estrin reports. Skirmishes with police have taken place throughout Ramadan. In Jerusalem, tens of thousands of worshippers held prayers at the Al Aqsa mosque outside Jerusalem's Old city. Large Palestinian crowds chanted some threw rocks and water bottles at police. Palestinian medics said Palestinians were wounded. Police fired stun grenades and rubber coated bullets. Police had some officers were wounded the day before, more than 200. Palestinians and several Israeli police officers were wounded. There are concerns of more violence on Monday. Daniel Estrin NPR news Churchill Downs, the home of the Kentucky Derby suspended Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert afterward that Medina spirit, the Derby winning horse, Baffert trained failed a post race drug test from member station W F Pl Ryan Van Bells, ER has more Seven time Kentucky Derby winning trainer Bob Baffert is once again facing allegations that one of his horses failed the Post race drug test at a Sunday morning press conference outside his barn, Baffert said Medina spirit tested positive for the drug better Method zone. That's the same drug found in the system of another Baffert trained horse that was disqualified from the Kentucky Oaks last year. The anti inflammatory drugs legal but backwards, says the horse tested above acceptable limits. Officials have not yet confirmed the tests. But if the findings are upheld, Medina spirit could be officially disqualified from the Kentucky Derby. Following the announcement, Churchill Downs immediately suspended Baffert from entering any horses at the track for NPR News. I'm Ryan vandalism. Effort tonight all wrongdoing and promised to cooperate with the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission during the investigation. This is NPR news Live from KQED News..

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U.S. Navy Seizes Weapons in Arabian Sea

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00:48 sec | Last month

U.S. Navy Seizes Weapons in Arabian Sea

"Navy has seized a cache of weapons from what it describes as a stateless ship and the North Arabian Sea. MPR's Amy held reports. The seizure was part of a two day operation near the coast of Yemen. The Navy says it was conducting routine flag verification aboard this ship in international waters when it came across weapons of war. Dozens of Russian made anti tank guided missiles and thousands of assault and sniper rifles, machine guns and rocket propelled grenade launchers. The stockpile was removed and remains in U. S custody. The ship's crew has been released. Navy says it's still investigating where the weapons came from and where they were going. Small arms have been known to be smuggled into the nearby ports of Yemen locked in a civil war since 2015 where Houthi rebels have been battling a Saudi led coalition,

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Michael Collins, Apollo 11 Astronaut, Dies at 90

All Things Considered

00:19 sec | Last month

Michael Collins, Apollo 11 Astronaut, Dies at 90

"11 astronauts has died. Michael Collins was part of the three member crew who went to the moon on the first lunar landing mission. But unlike Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, he never set foot on the moon. He stayed behind and piloted the command module as it circled above. Collins has died of cancer at the age of 90. MPR's

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Chip Shortage Forces More Production Cuts by GM, Ford

All Things Considered

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Chip Shortage Forces More Production Cuts by GM, Ford

"Plants across North America are on pause as companies like General Motors and Ford deal with ongoing shortages of computer chips and other supplies. MPR's Camilla Domino Ski has been following the story and joins us now. Hey, Camilla! I also so what exactly is the problem facing these plants? All the single biggest problem is a shortage of computer chips. The companies that make semiconductors just couldn't keep pace with how quickly demand for cars came back from pandemic clothes. And there are AH lot of computer chips in modern cars. They're tucked in everything from engines to the seats. That's how they can tell if you're sitting in them. So you now have plants shutting down for days to weeks. General Motors just announced to more plants that are going on pause. Ford has four down right now and even plants that are still open. You know, most major automakers have had to cut production somewhere. Wow. Well, So

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United Airlines Plans To Begin Training Pilots at New Academy

BBC World Service

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

United Airlines Plans To Begin Training Pilots at New Academy

"United Airlines says it plans to hire 10,000 pilots over the next decade, and half of them will come from its own new pilot training Academy. MPR's David Schaper reports from Chicago. The airline is also committing to making its pilot ranks much more diverse. Airlines were facing a long term pilot shortage before the pandemic, and they still do now. Even though air travel Amanda's only beginning to recover so United has developed its own flight school, and spokesman Josh Earnest says the airline wants half of new pilot recruits to be women or people of color. In some ways, what's really important about this is that this commitment will allow us to open the door. To an exciting and lucrative career opportunity that has previously not been available to earlier generations of women and people of color, at least to many of them. United is offering scholarships and working out outreach. It is now accepting applications to the pilot academy.

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Suspect Killed by Police After Attack at Capitol

BBC World Service

01:01 min | 2 months ago

Suspect Killed by Police After Attack at Capitol

"D. C are searching for answers following yesterday's attack at a U. S capitol checkpoint that left a Capitol police officer dead and another hospitalized. MPR's Dave missed it. Reports the suspect was killed after he drove a car into a security barrier and jumped out brandishing a knife. U. S. Capitol police say 18 year veteran officer William Evans to come to injuries sustained in the incident. Officials say injuries to the other officer or not life threatening Robert Conte, acting chief of the D. C. Metro police says his department is taking over the investigation. Clearly, this was someone who was actively trying to just get at whoever whatever. We just don't know right now, so we have a responsibility to investigate that to get to the bottom of this well. The motive is not yet known. Conte says The attack doesn't appear to be terrorism related. President Joe Biden ordered flags with White House to be flown at half staff in honor of Evans in the other officer, Dave Message NPR news.

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Colleges Get Creative To Reach Students

BBC World Service

01:41 min | 2 months ago

Colleges Get Creative To Reach Students

"Martin. The pandemic has had a profound effect on college enrollment colleges are missing more than half a million students, according to new data. Community colleges have taken the hardest hit. So what are schools doing? Defined and enroll new students while holding onto the ones who enrolled before the pandemic? MPR's Elissa? Nah, Bernie has been visiting campuses talking to a whole lot of people. She joins us now. Hi, Elissa. Good morning. So first this new data What can you tell us about this spring numbers? Well, it's pretty bleak. You know, we had horrendous fall numbers. More than half a million students didn't show up for college. Ah, lot of folks were hoping that this spring we'd start to see some of those students enroll. But spring numbers are actually slightly worse than fall. Community colleges are again down 10% from a year ago. Here's Doug Shapiro, who leads the research team at the national Student Clearing House, where the data comes from. There's no quick turnaround here. There's no snap back for public colleges. It's really staggering. There's never been anything that dramatic for any Any sector. The largest group of students that are missing or actually new students. Much of that is the class of 2020 in that group, researchers found the declined to be twice as worse for low income students than wealthier students. So what are the implications of this decline? Well, this is gonna have a long lasting legacy for higher ed. And for the economy at large, you know, Think about it. You've got fewer students this year, so that means you're sophomores. Tomorrow, fewer transfer students getting a bachelor's degree fewer graduates, and we're talking about community colleges, so they tend to serve more low income students, more student parents, portions of color, their places that really open up the door. People left out of

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Reversing Trump, Pentagon releases new transgender policies

All Things Considered

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Reversing Trump, Pentagon releases new transgender policies

"My administration is rolling back Trump Administration era policies that largely banned a transgender people from serving in the military. MPR's Windsor Johnson reports. The announcement from the Pentagon coincides with international transgender Day visibility. The new regulations allow transgender people who meet military standards to enlist and serve openly in their self identify gender. And be able to get medically necessary transition related care. Pentagon spokesperson John Kirby quoted Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin in announcing the policy changes, we would be rendering ourselves less fit to the task. If we excluded from our ranks, people who meet our standards and you have the skills and devotion to service in uniforms. This is the right thing to do. It is also the smart thing to do. The Pentagon is also expected to re examine the records of service members who were discharged or denied re enlistment because of gender identity issues under the previous

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2 dead, 8 others injured after shootings at Virginia Beach

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

2 dead, 8 others injured after shootings at Virginia Beach

"Police in Virginia Beach are investigating shootings overnight that left two people dead and eight others wounded. MPR's Giles Snyder reports. Several people are in custody. Virginia Beach police chief Paul knew the gate says it was a chaotic night. We have a very chaotic incident very chaotic night in the beach, many different crime scenes, according to a police statement, the eight people who were wounded we're taking the hospitals with injuries ranging from serious to life threatening. And new to Gates is an officer was injured when he was struck by a vehicle during the initial police response, while police were investigating the initial shooting knew the gate says additional shots were fired nearby, leading to a man being fatally shot by an officer. Has been placed on administrative leave. Separately, A woman who was killed by gunfire is not believed to have been involved in either

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Defying rules, anti-vaccine accounts thrive on social media

All Things Considered

01:07 min | 3 months ago

Defying rules, anti-vaccine accounts thrive on social media

"New reporting from NPR out today shows that a specific type of story about vaccines has been spreading quickly online and maybe leading to increased hesitancy. MPR's miles. Parks is here to explain her there. Hey, Ari. So what is this new data? And what does it show about vaccine misinformation. So we analyze the types of news stories that have gotten the most engagement on social media this year, using data from this media tracking firm called News Whip. What we found was basically that the story's specifically about people who have died sometime after being vaccinated when viral at a really high right now, health officials have obviously found no connection between these deaths and the shots they received. But these air stories with headlines that don't say that they say, basically, person gets vaccine. Eyes two weeks later, and people who were probably already hesitant of vaccines are spreading those articles on social media as if they're evidence we found Facebook pages with tens of thousands of followers sharing these articles with captions like quote, I'll pass on the vaccinations or quote very concerned about those getting the poke.

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Democrats, Republicans clash over D.C. statehood effort

Here & Now

01:02 min | 3 months ago

Democrats, Republicans clash over D.C. statehood effort

"The House Committee on Oversight and Reform is hearing arguments on a bill to establish Washington D. C. As the 51st State MPR's Jen Newman reports, the effort faces long odds with significant Republican opposition. The bill would create the state of Washington, D. C, which would stand for Douglas Commonwealth named for Frederick Douglass. Eleanor Holmes Norton, who represents the district in Congress, as a nonvoting delegate. Says the more than 700,000 people who live in D C deserve representation. Do you think pays more federal taxes for capita than any state any state already in the union, the country's 51st state would consist of 66 out of the 68 square miles of the present day federal district. The remaining two square miles would be turned into a new capital and consist of the major federal buildings and monuments. The measure faces strong opposition by Republicans, who argue it Attempt by Democrats to gain more seats in Congress. Genuine NPR

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Yaphet Kotto, 'Alien' Actor and Bond Villain, Has Died at 81

Fresh Air

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

Yaphet Kotto, 'Alien' Actor and Bond Villain, Has Died at 81

"Yaphet Kotto has died Kowtow, played a bond villain and starred in the movies Alien A Midnight run. His wife confirmed his death on Facebook. He was 81 years old. MPR's Elizabeth Blair has this remembrance. With a burly presence and a wide smile. Yaphet kowtow could play both tough and charming. In NBC's homicide. Life on the streets, Kowtow played a hardened but paternal Baltimore police lieutenant, a role that earned him for and double up Image Award nominations. You can't serve two masters, Michael. Yeah, that Kota was born in New York City. He landed his first acting job at age 19, playing a fellow on stage. Kota was nominated for an Emmy for playing Edie Amine in the 1976 TV movie raid on and to be paying tribute to kowtow director Ava Duvernay rights. He's one of those actors who deserved more than the parts he got. He took those parts and made them wonderful. All the same Elizabeth

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Senators Schumer and Gillibrand call on New York Gov. Cuomo to resign

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:17 sec | 3 months ago

Senators Schumer and Gillibrand call on New York Gov. Cuomo to resign

"Have now accused New York governor Andrew Cuomo of inappropriate behavior and a key state Democrat called on him to resign. Cuomo has denied the allegations and says he's not stepping down. Despite losing the support of almost all congressional Democrats. MPR's Sally Her ships has been covering Cuomo and she joins

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Grammy Awards 2021: What to know

Hidden Brain

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Grammy Awards 2021: What to know

"Awards are finally on tonight. The winners will be announced in Los Angeles for a virtual audience. MPR's Montali del Barco reports on some of the nominees. Beyonce won't be performing at the ceremony. But she does have the most nominations nine, including record of the year and Song of the Year Black Parade, which she released during last summer's Black Lives matter, Protests Way. We got prime time at the Grammys. Beyonce is competing with Taylor Swift, who's Folklore is favored to win album of the year when you are Young, they assume Yin nothing. Both Dua Lipa and Roddy Rich also have six Grammy nominations. Mandali del Barco NPR news. ST Patrick's Day is back on in the city of

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"mpr" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

04:59 min | 3 months ago

"mpr" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. The White House continues to defend its approach to handling a surge of unaccompanied Children on the southern border. But as NPR's Franco or Dona is reports, White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the increase was expected. Sake said one of the main reasons the Biden administration is facing this challenge is because it has a different policy than the previous administration or not turning kids away at the border on a company Children. We're also, of course, not ripping them from the arms of their parents. And so we know there is going to be an increased number of kids coming across the border. There's several steps as we've talked about a little bit that we're working to address that the number of unaccompanied Children stopped along the border has tripled in the last two weeks, according to The New York Times. Administration officials visited the border on Saturday to assess that situation. Sake said she'd have more to share after President Biden receives a briefing on that visit Franco or DONA as NPR NEWS. The Pentagon has approved an extension of National Guard deployment around the U. S. Capitol Building MPR's Windsor Johnson reports. Troops have been stationed around the Capitol complex since the deadly insurrection on January six. The Pentagon has approved an extension of National Guard troops through May, but at about a half of the current Force of 5000 security remains tight around the Capitol building and the threats of further violence from right wing extremist groups. Military officials say that cost of deploying troops has so far cost nearly $500 million. Here's Windsor Johnston. Governor of Arkansas assigned to build it BANDS nearly all abortions in that state Has Susanna Cytotec fourth member station K U. H F reports. Supporters of the measure hope the new law will force the U. S. Supreme Court to revisit the landmark Roe versus Wade decision that legalized abortion nationwide. Arkansas governor is A Hutchinson signed Senate Bill six, which allows abortion only to save the life of the mother. In a statement. Hutchinson says the bill is quote in contradiction of binding precedents of the U. S Supreme Court, But he says he signed it because of overwhelming legislative support and his sincere pro life convictions. The governor says he would have liked the bill to have included exceptions for rape and incest and suggests, adding those special cases would have improved the chances for Supreme Court review. Abortion ban goes into effect in 90 days. Abortion rights advocates playing to immediately challenged the ban in court for NPR news. I'm Susanna Cytotec in Fayetteville, Arkansas, U. S officials say they'll make an additional 900,000 doses of Corona virus vaccines available this week. Any of the doses of vaccines made by finds one. But during a going to states and pharmacy partners, White House press Secretary Jen Psaki says states and territories will see 15.8 million doses of the two shot vaccines, up from 15.2 million a week ago. Stocks gained ground on Wall Street. Today the Dow was up 30 points. The NASDAQ 464. This is NPR. The global economy seems to be recovering from the Corona virus pandemic faster than anticipated. That's according to a new report from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Group says While improvements are uneven and high jobless levels are still a concern effects output will surpass pre pandemic levels by midyear. He says it's recalling hundreds of thousands of its vehicles and is recommending driver's parked outside until they can get fixed. NPR's Camilla Domino Ski explains. The recall covers the Kia cadenza and sported models. The affected sedans and SUVs are model year 2017, or later vehicles that have smart cruise control are not part of the recall. All told, it's just under 380,000 vehicles in the U. S. The problem is with the control unit in the engine compartment that has caused trouble for Hyundai and Kia before it can cause a short circuit, which could trigger a fire in the engine compartment. No known fires have been reported in the U. S. But the issue was reported in a foreign market, Kia says the automaker says the recall is preventative until cars could be repaired Tear recommends owners park outdoors away from other vehicles or structures. Melodrama. Noski. NPR News First Dogs Major in champ are in time out, relegated back to the family home in Baltimore after an incident in which major probably caused a minor injury to a member of the Biden security team. He was not familiar with. Major three year old German shepherd is the younger of the binds pair of shepherds. White House officials say the dogs are still getting settled in at the White House. On Jack Spear. NPR news. Support for NPR chemist from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, guided by the belief that the arts and humanities are essential to the well being of diverse and democratic societies learn more at melun dot org's and the Annie E. Casey Foundation. Oh, economists love to.

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"mpr" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:28 min | 3 months ago

"mpr" Discussed on KQED Radio

"18 U. S intelligence agencies. Greg Marie, MPR's national security correspondent, joins us now with the latest welcome Hi, Tanya. So Greg Haynes sat down for an interview with You and NPR's Mary Louise Kelly on Friday, just as this declassified report was released. What's been the impact of that report so far? Well, you know, I really can't think of a president like this, where the U. S government is openly accusing a leader of an an ally nation that he's responsible for the high profile killing. So it's a clear message that the Biden administration is going to take a different approach towards Saudi Arabia, U. S ally for generations. Already in the first little over a month, Biden is canceled arms sales to Saudi Arabia. He's pressing the Saudis for a diplomatic solution to the war in Yemen, where they're deeply involved. Now, Some critics say he should be doing even more than that that he didn't specifically imposing the sanctions on the Crown Prince in that debate will carry on. Still, this is a very significant move. Mm hmm. The January 6 attack on the Capitol has sharpened this focus on domestic terrorism. And Mary Louise Kelly asked Haynes about this threat. Let's listen. Do you think domestic terrorism is now a greater threat than international? Try to resist comparing them to be honest, But I think there is no question that the domestic terrorism threat continues to be just increasing challenge for us and certainly the racially and ethnically Motivated violence that we're seeing is increasing, and we've seen that from the intelligence community over the last few years. I think quite some jarring reports that demonstrate that And so she's absolutely right. This will be challenging her office. The office for the director of National Intelligence was set up after the 9 11 attacks to fight al Qaida. It's very outward looking, and along with the CIA and the National Security Agency, they're scanning the globe for for these foreign threats. It's really not geared for domestic extremism. And so she made the point that the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security would be taking the lead on these domestic threats and that her office concertedly assist and and that most threats these days do you have a transnational component, but the foreign and domestic element, But clearly the writ large the U. S security agencies, they're going to have to adapt if they intend to focus a little more on domestic threats. Mm. Hey, NCIS is leading the office of National Intelligence following volatile four years during the Trump administration, and she says she actually has a message She wants to send to the intelligence community. Let's listen. I want you to know that I'm not going to be in any way retaliating against you. If you don't tell me what I wanna hear, and you have now a president who very much wants to hear what you have to say. Regardless of whether or not it's consistent with his particular policy views or any of those things. What? What did Hans say about how intelligence had been politicized under the previous administration, and how Biden's approach will perhaps be different? You've kind of been speaking to this. Right. I mean, she we pressed her. She didn't give specific examples. But she said there it did seem. There was political pressure taking place. The former president openly criticized intelligence officials when they didn't agree on his preferred narrative on events about Russia. In particular, we thought these public contradictions where officials could get fired. And the Biden administration is trying to make the point right now that in fact, they would They welcome points of view that may not agree with President Biden's view on things. There should be this open discussions, so that's something she's going to emphasize, and we'll just have to see if that's what indeed happens. Yes, a lot to follow here. Every Haynes sat down for an interview with NPR's Mary Louise Kelly and Greg Marie on Friday, and you can hear it that full conversation on all things considered Greg. Thank you so much. My pleasure You're listening to here and now In the summer of 2018, a gunman blasted his way into the offices of the Capital Gazette newspaper in Maryland. Five staff members were killed the.

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"mpr" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 5 months ago

"mpr" Discussed on KQED Radio

"MPR's Sally her ship's checks in with New Yorkers for their thoughts on the end of Trump's deals in the city, New York City as four contracts with the Trump Organization managing a golf course in the Bronx to ice skating rinks and a carousel in Central Park. But DiBlasio says city contracts come with an exit clause. New York can opt out if company leadership is engaged in criminal activity, which is what he says the president has done inciting an insurrection. Let's be clear. Let's say these words again. Inciting an insurrection against the United States government clearly constitutes criminal activity. So the city in Europe will no longer have anything to do with the Trump organization. They have profited from these contracts. They will profit no longer and at $17 million. The deals represent just a tiny fraction of New York City's annual budget 98 to 95 billion, But Brooklyn residents claim Justin and his wife, Isabel Wessel, say the mayor is doing the right thing. Sitting in the sun on a green bench in a park in Brooklyn, Intent on a folded up piece of paper, a crossword puzzle. They say the puzzles theme is the perfect fit for how they feel about Trump's business deals in New York City that says, Get out of here. That's actually the theme. I swear to God, and it's It could be better for an impeachment day. Get out of here. A few minutes later, Michelle Valorous, a poet, lectured city college walks by with her dog. She says she's disgusted by the president's actions. She's glad to hear the mayor's news. But she says this is a precarious time and passions are high, so she hopes the mayor moves slowly before reacting. I think it's really important to calm our minds and to really not abandon what's legal and illegal Bala Doris wants to make sure what New York does with the contracts is legal. Review by the Citizens Budget Commission says that two of the four agreements were already set to expire in just a few months. The Trump Organization.

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"mpr" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"mpr" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Live curious baseball on K MPR six sports leader on what is turned into kind of a damp night here in San Francisco, a thick fog, and maybe even a drizzle has moved over downtown. San Francisco we are at oracle park. Is this giants homestand continues? The first game of three game series in the National League. West the San Diego Padres make their first trip to oracle park here in two thousand nineteen Hyderabadi Dave Flemming along with John Miller. Darren Chan is our producer engineer all happy to have you with us on this Monday evening where we do expect a game to be played. No problem the tarps. Not on the field. The grounds crew is going through their pre game. Preparations. The padres. Took batting practice on the field. No problem uninterrupted. And yet it is not perfect weather. That's for sure we'll see if that impacts the way the ball game is played here tonight. The Padres who come in with some more momentum. We saw him winning and playing good baseball the first series of the year down at Petco park. They took three out of four from the giants. They just recently went to Saint Louis and took two out of three from the cardinals. So the Padre sit in second place in the National League West. Meanwhile, the giants tough schedule has been unrelenting in the early season HSI very good raise team here over the weekend that pitch beautifully. The giants lost two out of three to James three and seven at the start of the year. Giants have a new player they made a trade today Tyler Austin acquired from the Minnesota Twins against got a lot of home run power. He is in the lineup at first base. Brandon bell tonight is going to go out and play left fields. At the giants. Have a new hitter in the lineup against Eric lower the opening day starter for the Padres. He's up against Madison. Bumgarner and the giants. It's the giants. And the Padres baseball on the radio. Hey, everybody, Mr. T here for fifty your favorite TV shows their on demand, or how about Netflix YouTube prime video is tell your x one voice remote. And you're good to go. So you've ever wanted all you've ever needed all in one place. That's oaks Finnity makes life simple, easy, and awesome dot com. Call one eight hundred eighty or visit inex- Finnity store today. To learn more restrictions do apply..

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"mpr" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"mpr" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"That's not the point of episode what I watch. And when I do that. That's not what the point is. But the point is that you can have a bad day, you could even have a bad week. But you can also have a system that allows you to bounce back and get things done and be able to do that more easily each and every time you have one of those little breaks and my system. That's why I call it. The simple system is foresight hustler is like yourself like I was who. Have trouble getting back into a rhythm after you've had a bad day or a bad week. I get you like you are the person that I relate to the most because I know what that's like kind of spiral because you had a bad day. So this system helps you to get back into a groove. When that happens earn. So let's just take a step back though and talk about this new year. And how are we going to approach it? I know for me, I feel way more ready this year last year. I knew I was going to have a lot of fear. And that's why I made my focus word fearlessness to be honest. I don't know what my focus word is this year. But last year, it was fearlessness because it was my first year of entrepreneurship, and I just didn't know if I could do it. I wasn't sure what the year would bring in. So although I worked through the fear, and that was the point of making that focus word definitely worked through the fear. But I always had that underlying fear that the other shoe was about to drop that something was about to happen to mess us all up, and that informed a lot of how I approached the year. So I was just focused on doing my work and making sure I didn't get distracted. With putting too much on my plate. And as I shared in. My last episode once I finally lifted up my head from all the work and looked around at what I had accomplished in here one of entrepreneurship, that's when I was able to breathe this huge cyber leaf because I was like, well, I really did it I left my job. I started working for myself. I exceeded my goals for revenue each month. And I did what I said I was going to do a turn podcast into a business. That's what I set out to do. And I did it not just a business, but a six figure business. Yes. That's how much I generated in revenue. It's eighteen to take you back for those of you just joining me for the first time, I left a six figure job before went out on my own. I quit my six figure job at MPR. And in order to do that part of my mindset was okay, I'll be happy if I just cover my expense. Every month. This is my first year. I'm not going to expect to mash salary or anything like that. I just need to cover my business in life expenses every month. But I ended up doing more than that. I was able to save I was able to take my honeymoon. I was able to go to DisneyWorld on the fly with my family. I was able to support friends that their winnings. Without feeling stretched flying all over the place. And it was a good feeling. So I know as I'm saying this, I'm like s still sound kind of surprised by all of this. Right. And that's because although I had been putting my system and my plan it's a place before I left NPR. My big thing is, you know, make a plan work plan always say that. That's that's high got through moments. Where might have felt doubt make a plan work the plan. Right. So although I have been putting the system and the plan into place, you never truly know what to expect when you quit your job. You. Never know..

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"mpr" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"mpr" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"Right. Because this was a cross the board a really poor fantasy week for superstar players you named a bunch of them. But saquon Barkley goes under ten points for the first time all season MPR scoring Adam feeling who had eight straight games of one hundred or more receiving yards to begin the season. Had just nineteen yards onto catches yesterday against the Miami. Dolphins in a match up that doesn't scare you Xavi. And Howard's the best player on the dolphins roster and he's out of that game. And he has nineteen yards Adam theline throughout the week. And I'm sure it's the same way that you probably get questions from friends and family members and people that fall you on Twitter. What have you shifty about fantasy decisions during the I it's funny? They really pick up in intensity in the plan. And they sure do and they pick up intensity and they pick up in terms of importance as well. 'cause you you you don't I have nothing to gain or lose. If I tell someone who to play in the playoffs. I don't like to do. I'd like to do it. But you feel like you do because you may know that give them the information. Let them make the decision of that being said every one of the decisions that you make you think to yourself like do I cross check that at the end of the week and see whether I was right, right or wrong. And during the playoffs. I find myself doing that. I can't tell you how many decisions that were that last night. I'm going through my phone and checking Twitter DM's or text message. Ios and thinking to myself, I probably really let that person down. The problem was this. There were decisions that I made that on the surface looked like bad decisions for that person. But the other option they had was just as bad. So it just was a bad week across the board. So a lot of people may have trusted their own process and the results may have burned them. But this was as bad of a week as I can remember in a high stakes fantasy weekend in at least my time covering fantasy already SPN, which is what four or five years in. I mean, it was just a complete and utter collective no-show from names that we've been counting on I'm telling you didn't sleep in a total funk. I feel like the world is dark and grey a man happy. So your your golf player, you're golfer. Right. A little bit not not an avid golfer but a golfer, right? I three or four times a year. You're at least mindful enough of the idea that golfers who play avidly continue to struggle, despite the fact that they play. Early. And they continue to come back because they are convinced the next time they play they're going to be able to you know. Drive the green or make a thirty foot punt or get up and down whatever it is and fantasy football as dark as you're feeling right now about these two leagues that you probably could or should have won by January third. Like, let's say that there is a draft prospect that declares I dunno. You're going be thinking to yourself. Like, no, what is this guy? What's the value for him going into drafts this upcoming year or like what a team drafts just Herbert or twain Haskins if they declare for the draft your they give yourself like is he worth the roll the dice and fantasy? It's a dictator. I'm telling you right now. It's a dictating the smart thing, I said to myself, I don't know if I can do this myself anymore. So I I it means nothing. It means nothing, and it means everything. However, here's what can we agree on? This partly though is that a huge part of our job as you know, I'm not talking about my fantasy job. But like, the reporter insider side is still tied directly or indirectly interface. Nancy so percent the. Exposure, you have to these leaks. Even those in disappointment help you contextualized what's going on around the league, you do the fantasy longshot every Sunday on it's a crossover between Sunday NFL countdown fantasy football..

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"mpr" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"mpr" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"Right. Because this was a cross the board a really poor fantasy week for superstar players you named a bunch of them. But saquon Barkley goes under ten points for the first time all season MPR scoring Adam feeling who had eight straight games of one hundred or more receiving yards to begin the season. Had just nineteen yards onto catches yesterday against the Miami. Dolphins in a match up that doesn't scare you Xavi. And Howard's the best player on the dolphins roster and he's out of that game. And he has nineteen yards Adam theline throughout the week. And I'm sure it's the same way that you probably get questions from friends and family members and people that fall you on Twitter. What have you shifty about fantasy decisions during the I it's funny? They really pick up in intensity in the plan. And they sure do and they pick up intensity and they pick up in terms of importance as well. 'cause you you you don't I have nothing to gain or lose. If I tell someone who to play in the playoffs. I don't like to do. I'd like to do it. But you feel like you do because you may know that give them the information. Let them make the decision of that being said every one of the decisions that you make you think to yourself like do I cross check that at the end of the week and see whether I was right, right or wrong. And during the playoffs. I find myself doing that. I can't tell you how many decisions that were that last night. I'm going through my phone and checking Twitter DM's or text message. Ios and thinking to myself, I probably really let that person down. The problem was this. There were decisions that I made that on the surface looked like bad decisions for that person. But the other option they had was just as bad. So it just was a bad week across the board. So a lot of people may have trusted their own process and the results may have burned them. But this was as bad of a week as I can remember in a high stakes fantasy weekend in at least my time covering fantasy already SPN, which is what four or five years in. I mean, it was just a complete and utter collective no-show from names that we've been counting on I'm telling you didn't sleep in a total funk. I feel like the world is dark and grey a man happy. So your your golf player, you're golfer. Right. A little bit not not an avid golfer but a golfer, right? I three or four times a year. You're at least mindful enough of the idea that golfers who play avidly continue to struggle, despite the fact that they play. Early. And they continue to come back because they are convinced the next time they play they're going to be able to you know. Drive the green or make a thirty foot punt or get up and down whatever it is and fantasy football as dark as you're feeling right now about these two leagues that you probably could or should have won by January third. Like, let's say that there is a draft prospect that declares I dunno. You're going be thinking to yourself. Like, no, what is this guy? What's the value for him going into drafts this upcoming year or like what a team drafts just Herbert or twain Haskins if they declare for the draft your they give yourself like is he worth the roll the dice and fantasy? It's a dictator. I'm telling you right now. It's a dictating the smart thing, I said to myself, I don't know if I can do this myself anymore. So I I it means nothing. It means nothing, and it means everything. However, here's what can we agree on? This partly though is that a huge part of our job as you know, I'm not talking about my fantasy job. But like, the reporter insider side is still tied directly or indirectly interface. Nancy so percent the. Exposure, you have to these leaks. Even those in disappointment help you contextualized what's going on around the league, you do the fantasy longshot every Sunday on it's a crossover between Sunday NFL countdown fantasy football..

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"mpr" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"mpr" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"This hour is sponsored by Pacific catch west coast fish house. You know, what's that sounds good wild OPA with Hawaiian sea salt? Lemon oil drilled, broccoli and crab, mashed potatoes. It's on the fresh catch menu at Pacific catch seafood. Thoughtfully source de Pacific, catch west coast fish house. Red and gold radio since two thousand five. Forty ers. Football happens here on MPR, six eight Cumulus station. Good morning and welcome to the KNB our morning show with Brian Murphy, all McCaffrey. Six eighty sports. The freedom of opening the Monday, not talking Niner football. Yeah. My goal. Paulie MAC today is for us all of us as a group everybody here today. To achieve radio synergy that equals the eight pass warrior half core possession Friday night against Minnesota. Oh, I saw a close. I switched chairs Shelley. Three part of the I guess. That's like curry over to dream on over to Durant back to curry back to Draymond little stutter step back to carry lob to Damian jobs. Don daredevil says you just dunked feel like a real person. I was like a little booster chair over there. Like in the time loose special that seat somehow, someway, the chairs around here will they'll go get. You wanna go paulie in life have live your life like the warriors half court possession against Minnesota on Friday night, all part of a rather chill weekend. Where you got to enjoy a dubs win on Friday night. Couple of fun college football games on Saturday, including Bama LSU. Wow. That was all.

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"mpr" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"mpr" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Documents and so that's an ongoing unknown question you mentioned these documents we've heard minority leader Senator Schumer, also, called for the release of documents from. Kavanagh's time in the Bush administration which. Your response to progressive activists who say? Hey he's been on the bench twelve years we know what we don't like already why are. You guys focusing on documents because cases are gonna come up before him and the documents. That he's been involved with reflectors prior views may be important and understanding how he is going to rule in the future probably the most dangerous prospect for this nominee is that he is being put on, the court by President, Trump with the specific expectation that if the Muller. Investigation, comes before the supreme court in any. Way he will rule too Limit or in the Muller investigation and is there evidence of this in his past that you think leads, to be the case Yes there are things that he has said about the scope of executive power and the need, for executive power. To be uninhibited, by any kind of judicial or law enforcement investigation that I think open up a broad area very. Legitimate inquiry and of course he would have looked into that as staff secretary at the White House when any investigations came up so there's, a whole series of areas in which he is on. Record that the archives of, the Bush presidency or the national archives have and we believe we. Should have access to those materials and if there's nothing there we obviously won't bring them up It's going to be, a lot of work to look through them but I think that's part of our responsibility before I let you go progressive activists are saying they want Democrats to put up a fight no matter what the end in the meantime we, have an MPR poll last week that found for a lot of Democrats in terms of voters the. Battle over the supreme, court nominee just isn't really a huge? Motivator right. To get out there to the ballot is that a problem for you I've got a much, simpler, task I'm a United States Senator I sit on the judiciary committee I represent the state of Rhode Island and I have a very clear duty to look at all supreme court nominees and make sure that they will, judge fairly and. Honorably that there, aren't any side deals that they've entered into in return for their place on the court and that. Rhode Islanders of whatever straight can be kinda expect to be treated fairly before this court and on that point will you be meeting with, Brad Kavanagh I expect so it's an ordinary courtesy for. Tickly for somebody on the, judiciary committee to meet with the Candidate before, the hearing Senator Sheldon Whitehouse democrat from? Rhode Island. Thank you so much for speaking with all things considered thanks.

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"mpr" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"mpr" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Where the what was the name of this the police gun trace task course yup where a couple of their agents head testified to doing some stuff of carrying around things to plant on people so again your calls and thoughts welcome on that but maybe you want to interact with other listeners and some of the host and you don't want to do it on the airwaves of a nationally syndicated radio show well we do have our own forums you can find those over at forum dot free talk live dot com although lately it seems that the discord chat has been a lot more popular you can find that at discord dot free talk live dot com so chris let's jump back in two i i don't know if there is moored that you wanted to say about this baltimore situation or if we want to jump back into the npr story finish up the mpr stuff and we adjust ended the last segment with a quote from a former prosecutors said he was bothered by but hey if it's going to stop one hundred keys or kilograms of drugs from getting on the street it's okay by me i didn't make the rules i just play by them the group's report echoes concerns raised as we've reported on government and local police use of what are called stingray devices these bones surveillance this phones surveillance technology can mimic a wireless carrier cell phone tower to capture cell phone information including the suspects precise location records of outgoing and incoming calls and text messages and if needed.

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"mpr" Discussed on Climate Cast

Climate Cast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"mpr" Discussed on Climate Cast

"President trump is catching heat for a tweet he wrote about climate change on thursday president trump use the extreme cold to make light of the issue the tweet seemed to imply that the cold weather in the eastern united states now somehow contradicts the notion that the climate is warming which of course is not true this is a very tired m uh often debunked assertion that's columbia university professor adam syllable on cbs news debunking president trump's latest fake climate change cheap shot i'm mpr chief meteorologist paul hattner this is climate cast now coming up alan shum winter near the serious and lately you to get started right away what we're seeing right now is a clear loading of the weather when it comes to extreme weather 2017 is your for the record book biblical floods horrible hurricanes apocalyptic wildfires radical policies shifts they make a strong case the 2017 was the most eventful and newsworthy climate change year in history now in 2018 just how unstable is earth's climate system i talked with washington post capital weather gang weather editor jason salmon ow about that and i started by asking my fellow meteorologist and climate journalist about the tweet president trump tweets out a troll confusing this week's cold weather outbreak at to take a predictable shot at climate change i noticed you guys that capital weather gang actually sent out a preemptive strike tweet the day before but i guess that didn't resonate at 1600 pennsylvania apparently not you know any.

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"mpr" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"mpr" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"It's just not a right what is that who sintest a crazy year a year of absolute disruption insanity chaos i will continue to see through the next year so things that are probably so crazy that you will i w when we get there next year we won't even there we would never be able to guess it so you should imagine go wild i can't i can't wait to see what people say about this the tax laws new way of measuring up and measuring inflation could take a toll on taxpayers says the mpr jim's rowley says a little remarked upon provisioned changing the way inflation is calculated is among the big changes contained in the tax overall signed by president trump last week the new method using the socalled chained dick consumer price index to determine when the to adjust tax brackets and eligibility for deductions is expected to push more americans into a higher tax brackets more quickly in the past the tax code this this is again this is going to be by the way in case you at any doubt this is again why you getting more money in your paycheck is a bad thing for you that's what all of these things boil down to i don't i mean there really is no better way to say that any time you hear anything about these tax cuts being a bad thing it's because you are not capable of handling your all money god forbid we give it back to you were not taken in the first place that would really be the best part right is if they didn't.

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"mpr" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"mpr" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Hello everybody mark levin here our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one in trying to keep track of his as more stuff coming in here as on broadcast garrison keillor today fired by mpr not to be confused with npr four sexual harassment misconduct of some kind they haven't revealed but exactly what's going on now up the irony is in their many ironies here yesterday garrison keillor came to the defence of his good friend how franken how frank in the washington compost ran his oped now many of you may have tried to get up ads in the washington compost i'm not one of them and you've been turned down over and over and over again because you're no garrison killer but you should feel very thankful for that and the title of the peace the washington compost put on there al franken should resign question that's absurd by garrison keillor and it it was posted at eight eight pm eastern time last night and of course killer resigned less than 24 hours later excuse me was fired less than 24 hours later bennett goes my friend pastor b d christiansen said something so good sunday morning that i woke up and it down something like about making peace with the mistakes of the past and learning from them it's slippery ground in general to just past actions by present standards with a benefit of hindsight that is morally highly questionable and immediately i thought about the minneapolis park board voting to rename lake kowloon has lake beatty e maka s s ka because the man for whom it was named back in the early 1820 was he slavery enthusiasts so here we go so he's defending al franken's predatory passed by saying hey look you know the we got statues to pull down and schools to rename and everything else so so this is incredible this is incredible renaming is a slippery business i knew a cheryl back and nineteen sixty nine row killer who became safran did work out a few years later she resumed her cheryl nece the tribe rural bridge and new york city was renamed the robert f kennedy bridge but if you were to ask directions so that bridge you might wind up in pennsylvania a state name for the common pencil.

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"mpr" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"mpr" Discussed on KKAT

"Hello everybody mark levin here our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one i'm trying to keep track of this is more stuff coming in here as on broadcast garrison killer today fired by mpr not to be confused with npr for sexual harassment misconduct of some kind they haven't reveal but exactly what's going on now up the irony is in their many ironies here yesterday garrison keillor came to the defence of his good friend how franken how franken in the washington compost ran his oped now many of you may have tried to get up edge and the washington compost i'm not one of them and you've been turned down over and over and over again because you're no garrison killer but you should feel very thankful for that and the title of the piece the washington compost put on there al franken should resign question that's absurd by garrison keillor and it it was posted at eight eight pm eastern time last night and of course killer resigned less than 24 hours later excuse me was fired less than 24 hours later but it goes my friend pastor b d christiansen said something so good sunday morning that i woke up and wrote a down something like about making peace with the mistakes of the past and learning from them it's slippery ground in general to just past actions by present standards who they benefit of hindsight that is morally highly questionable and immediately i thought about the minneapolis park board voting to rename late cow hoon as lake beatty e maka s s ka because the man for whom it was named back in the early eighteen 20s was he slavery enthusiasts so here we go so he's defending al franken's predatory passed by saying hey look you now that we get statues to pull down on schools to rename and everything else so so this is incredible this is incredible renaming is a slippery business i knew a cheryl back and 19 sixty nine row killer who became safran didn't work out and few years later she resumed her cheryl miss the tribe rural bridge and new york city was renamed the robert f kennedy bridge but if you were to ask directions so that bridge you might wind up in pennsylvania a state name for the common pencil.

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"mpr" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"mpr" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Mpr news in washington i'm shea stevens vice president mike pence has paid his respects to the relatives of twenty six people shot to death at a church in southern springs to three days ago evil descended on the small town and on the small church nate nate agree with those who leave but also we gather in the resolve that this evil must come to an end in our land hence also said it's a crime that the gunman was able to buy weapons the shooter has been identified as a man kicked out of the military named wife and her infant son investigator say that information was never put in a national crime database that could have prevented the shooter from buying guns used in southern tack senate republicans plan to unveiled their version of tax reform tomorrow gop senator david produce as the measure could reduce the number of tax brackets and repeal the state and local tax deduction the house version would retain that deduction but only for property taxes and cap it at ten thousand dollars house ways and means committee could vote on tax legislation tomorrow mom makers have a lot of questions about protecting consumer information in an error of major data breaches former equity facts and yahu executives offered some answers at his senate commerce committee hearing today more from npr's emily sullivan the hacked than recent years against akwa facts than yahoo are among the largest on record committee chairman john thune asked how it took calendar years to revise that all three billion of its accounts had been compromised former yahoo ceo meriva meyer testified to this day we as i understand it so have not been able to identify the intrusion that leads to that thefts senator thune said that companies that collect in store personal data on american citizens must step up to provide adequate security and that there should be consequences if they fail to.

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"mpr" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"mpr" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On immigration and local law enforcement came up freedom caucus members schaefer added a provision to allow anyone detained by police to be questioned about their immigration status that when the police were doing their work and as part of that they are enquiring into this person's identity and they learned that the person has for instance a federal detain her that they can honor that for democrats it was the breaking point that anger fueled this week's skirmish on the house floor when a member of the freedom caucus told hispanic democrats he had called federal immigration officials on protesters of the capitol some fellow republicans also so complained about the group but in the end the vast majority have voted with the freedom caucus state rep jason be alba did so less enthusiastically because it meant taking votes that could be used against him in the primaries in the primaries were going to be voted by people who are very strident in their political believes and so you have to be be careful the you don't offend the primary voters even though the people at large probably on in favor of something the alba says the drive for ideological purity will make it tougher for more moderate texas republicans to win reelection in in a brief moment of bipartisanship democrats agree they're hoping the freedom caucus his tactics will help them win seats in twenty eighteen for mpr news i'm been philpott in austin the president of the philippines rodrigue deter taste says that isis was not behind friday's attack on the casino complex in manila the islamic state claimed otherwise philippine government has a history of downplaying the threat posed by islamic extremists but last week's occupation of a filipino city by irish linked militants is making at harder michael sullivan reports from manila the attack occurred just after midnight that resorts world eight highend highprofile complex just a few blocks from the international airport after several hours of chaos national police chief ronald de larosa told reporters at the scene it was over lone gunman it is living the life alone got release it were currently.

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