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"mandalit" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"mandalit" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

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"mandalit" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"mandalit" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Ers are once again overwhelmed except now the patients are younger and sicker. Dr kirstin kennedy is chief of hospital medicine at the university of alabama at birmingham hospital. Just worn out. You know we've been doing this. For a year and a half alabama's vaccination rate has shot up more than doubling in recent. Weeks amy held. Npr news fire crews in northern california are struggling to contain the dixie fire. That's now the third largest wildfire in state. History due to massive growth containment has now shrunk to just twenty one percent. That's down from thirty five percent containment earlier. Npr's eric westervelt reports weather conditions. This weekend are exposed expected to both help and hinder the firefighting effort. The good news is the strong winds. That helped the dixie fire grow by more than one hundred thousand acres. Thursday and friday have died down and relative humidity has gone up. Both of those weather changes this weekend are expected to help. Put the brakes on the fires explosive growth but the wind changes also trapping more smoke over the fire area and surrounding cities which could severely limit the ability of firefighting aircraft to attack the blaze. It could also make work for ground crews even harder while no serious injuries or deaths have been reported. The fire has torched dozens of homes and destroyed the mountain. Town of greeneville eric westervelt. Npr news. And you're listening to npr news. in france. thousands of protesters marched in cities across the country. Today for the fourth week in a row against cova vaccine pass requirements this after the country's constitutional council upheld most provisions of a new law that expands the locations where the health pass will be required starting monday the pass will be required at restaurants cafes and for long distance travel and in some cases hospitals and despite the protests polls show most people in france support the pass opponents though say it limits their freedom american sprinter allyson felix made history at the tokyo olympics with a gold medal in the women's four by four hundred team rela- as npr's mandalit del barco reports. She has become the most decorated. Us track and field athlete at the olympics. Allyson felix has now won eleven olympic medals surpassing the record of runner. Carl lewis. She won her final gold medal passing the baton in the second leg of the women's four by four hundred relay. She and her teammates were dubbed the dream team. I like i like to that. Work felix told reporters. This was a special moment for her as she closes out her olympic career. The thirty five year old brunner has been an advocate for athletes. Who like herself our mothers. The biggest thing Beyond running on the track is actually like impacting lives felix said. Her daughter gave her the courage to speak out and to help other athletes. Who are moms. Monday than barco. Npr news tokyo. And i'm janine herbst and you're listening to npr news..

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"mandalit" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"mandalit" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"N. p. r. this the indicator from planet money. I'm stacey vanik smith. The olympics is wrapping up this weekend and this has been a strange olympics. Nobody in the stands kovin spreading through the olympic village protests in tokyo while. I'm in my tiny tiny hotel room which I can't even stretch my arms out to yoga in the hallway. It's only a few steps away. it's It's very very tiny. Our own mandalay. Del barco has been reporting on the olympics for npr from tokyo. It's been very interesting and strange and kind of humbling to be here as a journalist as well. There's not a lot of us here kind of a lonely olympics. I should say mandalit says these olympics have also been marked by all these protests a lot of them over the cost of this olympic games which is one of the most expensive olympics on record. I know cost a lot to put these Olympic games on and the some of the venues were or the venues were paid for by tax dollars here in japan largely so i think there was a lot of feelings about that but here tokyo is in the majority cities that host the olympics. Almost always lose money on it. So why did they do it today. On the show we take a look at the costs and benefits of hosting the olympics. Right after the break this message comes from. Npr sponsor fund rise making investing in private real estate as easy as investing in stocks bonds or mutual funds build a more diversified portfolio today at fundraise f. u. n. d. r. i s. e. dot com slash indicator. This message comes from npr sponsor capital one capital one auto navigator can help you find a car get prequalified instantly and see your real monthly payment without impacting your credit score capital one. What's in your wallet. Terms and conditions apply more at capital. One dot com slash auto navigator. We're joined by kenneth shropshire. Ceo of global sport institute at arizona state university and victor matheson professor of economics at college holy cross in massachusetts. So victor let's start with you. How much did the summer games cost. The olympics in tokyo were hugely problematic from an economic standpoint way before kovin hit so they originally had a price tag of seven point. Three billion dollars. That's a lot of money just to start with. But those numbers had risen to fifteen and a half billion dollars officially and over twenty five billion dollars. Unofficially by december twenty nineteen so before a single person in japan ever got sick from cova. Did we already had an olympic games that we were looking at a twenty five billion dollar price tag and there's just simply no way that the money amount of money generate from the olympics can possibly cover those sort of classes. Okay kenneth. i'm gonna throw this question to you. Which is i think the question that always comes into my head about the olympics. Why does anyone want to host the olympics. This is extenuating circumstances but it seems like almost every single city that's ever the olympics has lost money sometimes. There are like political issues that happen. I mean why does anyone want to host the olympics. Chroma sofas devil's advocate. I love it. Devil's advocate but it is the or of that brings to your community. It's what it brings to your city. You are mexico city in nineteen sixty eight. And you want the world to know that. Latin america's a place to go to your tokyo and sixty four where maybe it made more cincinnati does today and you wanna know twenty years after world war two. This is a city. This is a country that part of the global community. If you're los angeles in eighty four. We're not just hollywood. Were part of the pacific rim. So it's so it's big issues like that and it's infra cities who are the ones had been on this. It is like building infrastructure. It's like building roads and highways and parks. And the like but this is this is not a mutual fund where there's a return on investment and victor. What is your take on this issue. I mean from what i understand. It's very rare for cities to be able to make money on the olympics. I think one of the few was los angeles in nineteen eighty-four right so first of all los angeles was just a very remarkable and unique situation. And what had happened. There is that los angeles was left as the only bidder. Back in one thousand nine hundred four for the games and when you're the only bidder of course you can dictate the terms of the bid to the i o c. Rather than the other way around and so they said. Hey we'd we'd love to host the games but we're not building new facilities you can use the rose bowl you can use the coliseum. These facilities that even then we're already over fifty years old and when you do that you can really keep those costs down. A worth of the info four olympics in my youth. I ran the sport of boxing initially sponsorship in licey. yes. I did sponsors licensing. I am forced gulf so. La was that unique situation. Ironically there was one city that was still bidding theron and that was during the hostage crisis so wisely there was the decision. Well we will include them in this conversation and so la have this tremendous leverage. Is there a kind of kenneth mentioned. Is they're kind of like a softer sort of pay off. I mean is there like a payoff in like maybe not right away but in like visibility for your city long-term tourism on the answer for that is yes and that's of course what we call the legacy effect right and you can have a couple of kinds of legacy here number. One part of this is actually real infrastructure. You you make your roads better and you build your airport. Expansions and and both greece in rio have expanded subway systems. Thanks to the olympics. And then there's that lasting there's that intangible thing about becoming a major league city right or putting you're sitting on the map but even there requires a very unique situation. I think the best two examples of this. We have our barcelona which was kind of in the shadow of madrid and lesser known as a tourist destination it was about tenth or twelfth in in europe in tourist destination before the early nineteen ninety s After the olympics it's jumped into the top five and tourism in europe and so there's a good example Salt lake city also following the olympics. Ski visits to utah. Significantly outpace ski visits to colorado. So there's some legacy effect that you're getting out of these things. Are you guys going to be watching the olympics. I'm a big fan. I have devolved away a little bit. I was caught up old enough. Where the medal. Count things a big deal and we get more this. This media presentation the athlete back story than we had in the past. And you got so many options of ways to watch the good or bad thing now is you can almost watch every event if you want to as opposed to just wait and see what. Abc would share with you on a given day again. Some of these great powerful moments that you get from sport. That again is worth something. But the question is whether it's worth twenty five billion dollars. This episode of the indicator was by julia. Richie engineer huxtable. It was fact checked by michael Our editor is kate coyne cannon and the indicator is a production of npr and the results are in so on friday. We had a little contest. Family feud style on indicators of the week and had alone jacob goldstein. Mary childs and robert smith and me. We all competed to see who would win. the prize. for indicator of the results are in. Check him out on our twitter feed at the indicator or on instagram at planet money..

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"mandalit" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"mandalit" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Urging even fully vaccinated people where a mass indoors in areas with high case levels a group of immigration advocates and the american civil liberties union. Or taking the biden administration to court embarrass ranko or donets reports on their effort to stop the government from using a trump era pandemic public health rule that blocks most asylum seekers from entering the us. The by the administration has kept the rule known as title forty two place citing rising concerns about the pandemic fueled in part by the more contagious delta variant. But aclu attorney league says that. After seven months of negotiations the administration has left them no choice we do not believe that the delta variant is a basis for expelling people without a hearing. The country is in a much better position than when we filed the lawsuit given the availability of vaccines and testing gallard. Says he finds it hard to believe that. Cdc officials would testify under oath. There's no better solution than to return. Asylum-seekers without a hearing franco or donas. Npr news washington. Us gymnast. simone. Biles us ed to compete in the final balance beam event at the tokyo olympics. Tomorrow as npr's mandalit del barco reports. This is welcome news to her. Fans and teammates simone biles sudden withdrawal from the olympic women's gymnastics team final event. Last week was a shock. She cited concerns over her mental wellbeing. Byles did not compete on the individual events in vault uneven bars or floor exercise but she plans to compete on. The final won the balance beam after winning a gold medal for her floor. Routine teammate. jade kerry such was happy. Simone biles is back. I'm really proud of her. She's been through a lot this olympic. So it's gonna be great to see you out there. Tunisa lee who won the golden. The individual all round gymnastics final will also be competing on the balance beam for the us team. Monday del barco. Npr news tokyo stocks ended the session mixed on wall street today. The dow was down ninety seven points to thirty four eight. Thirty eight nasdaq up. Eight points this is. Npr health officials in san francisco and six other bay area counties. Now say they're reinstating a mask mandate for all indoor settings as coronavirus cases surged. Their order applies to everyone regardless of covered nineteen vaccination status and starts tomorrow california. Last week recommended the people where mass endorsed but stopped short of issuing a mandate following guidance from the centers for disease control and prevention three other california have adopted mandates is covered rates rise because of the highly contagious delta variant. The british government has responded two weeks of criticism over staff shortages caused by self isolation requirements as villa marks reports authorities of tweak the covered nineteen phone app that notifies people who've come to close in contact with infected person off to them changes the operation in england and wales uses will only be notified ping until to stay indoors if a contact from just the past two days rather than the past five tests positive. The uk health minutes decided javid said this would still safeguard those at risk of infection but help minimize what force disruption last week. Almost seven hundred thousand individuals were told to self isolate by the app. The government scientists estimate that helped prevent up to two thousand new cases each day over three week period. The health ministry said this intern prevented roughly sixteen hundred hospitalizations or one person. For every two hundred test results entered into the apps database to which forty percent of the adult population contrbute fed beyond us. The in london good old features prices moved lower today oil ending the session down three point six percent amid monte concerns about the delta variant of corona virus. I'm jack speer. npr news in washington..

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"mandalit" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"mandalit" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Rewards on purchases terms apply learn more at wellsfargo dot com slash. Active cash live from npr news. I'm nora romm at the olympics. Gymnast simone biles has withdrawn from the individual all around competition to focus on her mental health. Npr's mandalit del barco has more usa. Gymnastics says it will continue to evaluate simone biles every day and she's qualified and she could compete in next week's individual finals but for now her teammate. Jade carey will take place in the all around final now Byles is not the only one talking. About the stresses of performing at the olympics today swimmer. Katie la- decky won gold in the swimming event. The sixteen the six time olympic champion broke down in tears. She told reporters that While she was competing she choked up with every stroke thinking about her grandparents. The decky said she understands. What some of what simone biles is going through. Npr's mandalit del barco democrats on the house. Select committee investigating. the january. sixth. Insurrection are outlining their next step. The panel heard testimony yesterday from police officers who defended the capital that day against a mob of pro-trump rioters. Npr's windsor johnston has more in interview. With npr congressman. Adam schiff pledged to do whatever necessary to make sure. The committee can get to the bottom of what happened during the insurrection. Whatever is necessary to sure we get the answers and melon issaquah. Tapers chairman has said whether that's the former president or members of congress if they have relevant information to this investigation we will hear from them. Representatives liz cheney and adam kin zinger the loan republicans on the committee pledged to get to the truth in a nonpartisan way they also blasted counter narratives designed to undermine the gravity of the attack. The next hearing the investigation could be held sometime next month. Windsor johnston npr news. Voters in texas are sending republican state lawmaker. Jay z l z to washington. He won yesterday. Special run off election over a candidate. Backed by former president trump. Npr's giles snyder reports results of nearly all precincts and taxes six congressional district near dallas a republican jake chelsea one more than fifty three percent of the vote topping republican activist susan right to the special runoff election to replace rights. Late husband congressman ron. Right had lung cancer. He died in february after contracting covert nineteen susan. Reid had been expected to win her late husband's seed former president. Trump endorsed her back. In april he recorded a robo-call for hosted a telephone rally on the eve of the election and political action. Committee made a one hundred thousand dollar television ad by over the weekend. But trump's efforts were not enough to carry your pastels. a former navy fighter pilot whose campaign fundraising far exceeded rights soil snyder. npr news. You're listening to npr news. Health authorities are recommending that even fully vaccinated americans where face coverings in indoor public places in areas where corona virus infections are rising. They say this is necessary. Because of the delta variant and the slowing rate of vaccinations the european union has added a south african t to its register of products with a protected designation of origin ishmael fund equal reports. Roy joins francis champagne greece's feta cheese and colombian coffee on the list. The robos read bush in afrikaans producing community in south. Africa is justifiably excited about this. Edification dovey davila's is the legal director of the south african roy consul protects the product against would be produces outside of the roy bush region in south africa. The listening means only. Roy was from the south. African region. Wade is grown can use the e used red and yellow protected designation of origin. Pdo logo the status protects consumers from any fake. Tease label draw boss. It also should result in premium price in for the tea which should benefit farmers for npr. News i am ish. Mundi qu- in harari. Iran's supreme later today accused the us of being stubborn in talks to revive 2015 nuclear agreement state television quoted ayatollah ali khameini as saying that the americans have acted completely cowardly maliciously indirect talks between tehran and washington journalist month. I'm nora raum npr news..

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"mandalit" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"mandalit" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Percent cash rewards on purchases terms apply learn more at wellsfargo dot com slash active cash live from. Npr news in washington. I'm louise schiavone defense secretary. Lloyd austin says he's concerned about military suicide rates. He spoke at a stop at alson air force base in fairbanks alaska a mindful of the stress that they're often under an i'm deeply concerned about the suicide rates. Not only here but across the force a report last month from brown. University's watson institute found that more than thirty thousand active duty personnel and veterans who served post nine eleven have taken their own lives. Austin says that mental health issues deserve the same concern and respect as any other health issues. A message he says that needs to be reinforced among members of the military. Start with removing the stigma attached to mental health issues. Mental health is health period. Austin is on a week. Long trip to the indo pacific region school-based cova vaccine opportunities resume next week in tennessee. After a controversy over how some teens wound up getting their shots blake farmer of member station w. pln reports the concerns even played into the firing of tennessee's vaccine director. Who wrote a memo explaining what's allowed in vaccinating teens without parental consent which varies state to state. Tennessee's health commissioner. Dr lease appears. He says she stands by the policy. But it's trying to be responsive to elected leaders who represent the will of the people and several. Want the state to tone down vaccine outreach. It is our job to educate and encourage and make it accessible and then stop but tennessee is not stopping much of what prompted the desktop even vaccinating teams without consent on occasion. The only concrete changes taking down social media posts vaccinated kids as republicans demanded in the future. Peercy says photos will always include apparent for npr news. I'm blake farmer in nashville. A street skateboarder from japan has won the first ever olympic gold medal for skateboarding. Npr's mandalit del barco reports at escape part built in the neighborhood where he grew up skateboarding. Twenty two year old youth oho tagami wrote to victory in the first ever olympic street skateboarding competition in the blazing tokyo heat. Hoda goma expertly flipped. His board and the air sailed over staircases and glided on rails. Afterwards he talked about winning in a city where skateboarding is still considered a renegade hobby. Musket the volvo. I put tai-chi said practicing streets. Parks is what meet him. Olympic champion brazilian kelvin. Hoffler won the silver medal and jagger eaton from mesa. arizona said. He was stoked to win the bronze mandalay del barco. Npr news tokyo in a surprising result. Reigning olympic all around gymnastics champion. Simone biles has failed qualify for olympic finals in the uneven bars she still qualifies and the beam floor all around and vault. Us swimmers meanwhile won gold and silver. This is npr comedian. Jackie mason who rose from catskills to broadway died in manhattan. Yesterday he was ninety. Three jeff london reports he fetched in a thick yiddish. Accent pointed his finger to emphatically make points and entertained audiences for decades. Jackie mason was born in sheboygan wisconsin to a long line of rabbis and raised in new york city he became a rabbi himself but started doing comedy routines at summer resorts in the catskills by the early nineteen sixties. He was appearing on television and recording comedy albums. But when ed sullivan cancelled his contract after thinking mason had given him the middle finger on the air mason's career went into a slump in the nineteen eighties. Mason brought his one man. Show the world. According to me to broadway where it ran for over two years and one the comedian tony for npr news. I'm jeff london in new york. The last two champions of the us open golf. Tournament are now sidelined from olympic golf competition by positive cova tests spaniard. John ron tested positive for the second time in two months and was knocked out of the games american bryson dish umbro face the same disappointment a couple of hours before all on only the second day of competition olympic golf begins thursday. Nbc televisions audience for the opening ceremony of the olympic games was the smallest since nineteen eighty eight according to early data from comcast owned nbc universal across all platforms. Seventeen million people tuned into the opening broadcast. I'm louise schiavone. Npr news washington..

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"mandalit" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"mandalit" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

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Affairs correspondent mandalit rose with more china's military's reporting that it drove away a us warship which was illegally entering chinese waters near the paracel islands on monday. The us navy is asserting that you s. bene- old asserted navigational rights and freedoms in the vicinity of the paracel islands which is consistent with international law in the united states news relating to china and chinese military practices often under reported in favor of social issues and domestic issues but nonetheless vital and understanding global relations in where we are in the current movement against covid nineteen and other international issues for the christine channel. I'm political affairs. Correspondent magdalene rose farley. A house subcommittee yesterday advanced to draft spending bill without the usual. Prohibitions ought abortion funding legislation that pro-life groups warned would force taxpayers to subsidize abortion on demand. Tom clusky president of march for life. Actions said yesterday quote. These are bad bills. They are never going to pass the senate and he continued. We do believe that there's enough democrats who definitely do not want to have this fight on taxpayer funding of abortion. The house appropriations subcommittee on labor health and human services education and related agencies on monday. But it's report favorably. A draft appropriations bill for the two thousand and twenty two fiscal year. The bill would provide funding for several federal agencies including the department of health and human services are quotes of the day comes from saint. Andre besets it is with the smallest brushes said the artist paints the most exquisitely beautiful pictures coming up are saying to the day his papacy lasted for more than twelve years. Which is longer than both linus and peter. You're listening to crusade channel new. Hi it's mike church with a free lesson in snuff. You really don't need to know the difference between an antidote and an anecdote. One is a cure for something. That's poison you like a corona hoax vaccination and the others short accounting of facts. Something the aforementioned vaccine has almost none of. Here's another anecdote for you. The flag of the sacred heart of jesus is also known as the korean sacre coeur or the original flag of quebec. And did you know that. Our founders trade posey exclusive maker and distributor of this one of a kind full-sized beautiful flag right here in america. Yup water a sacred heart flag right now and take five bucks off and get a matching sacred heart flag bumper sticker for free. Don't cost nothin' hurry. Spring is coming in. Supplies are limited to order. Go to mike. Church dot com forward slash flag or. Call us eight four four five two seven eight seven. Two three are saints of the day. As pope cletus he was the third leader of the church and followed. Both peter and linas often called cleveland. He ruled from seventy nine to ninety two. Ad the pope is known for dividing into twenty five regions and giving control over each one two different bishops ethically us was the first pope born and raised in grease born around the year twenty five. He lived in athena. The city now known as outlines his parents named him on a close he would also use the name it cleans house and cletus new peter and worked closely with him. It was peter who ordained antiquated us and made him a priest which led to him later becoming pope there is some dispute over his papal reign. And how long it lasted. Because his papacy wasn't recorded until later years most state that he was pope from eighty to ninety two eighty. But other records list his papacy is running from seventy seven to eighty. We do know that. He took the position after pope saint linus died and he likely ruled for twelve. Years wrong. looked quite different in the early days than it does. Today and equate inherited a papacy with no formal rules or edicts. He created paris's in rome and assigned bishops to others to control those twenty-five districts would help each group establish churches and decide on the hierarchy used in each one during his time as pope and cletus also ordained several priests that. We have records of some of those priests. They do not list how many he ordained to make sure the bishops had the experience that they needed and equates us decree that at least three bishops must be on hand when a bishop took his orders he also asked that they took their final orders in public as a way to help. Followers participates near the end of his papacy class us would also make changes to churches and burial sites. He called for the construction of a new church. Built to honor saint peter and requested that the church reserve several spots in the nearby cemetery for martyrs and cleats us believe that mortars were witnesses to the atrocities that christians faced and that they deserved a good final resting place he also asked that some of the spots be set aside for future martyrs when pope benedict leads us died. His body was moved to vatican hill and placed near pope. Saint peter that it can heal is now part of city and home to the current pope kind of mass also known as the royal cannon mentions his.

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Doc Antle of "Tiger King" indicted on animal cruelty charges

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Doc Antle of "Tiger King" indicted on animal cruelty charges

"Of the stars of the Netflix series tire king has been indicted on charges of wildlife trafficking and animal cruelty. NPR's Mandalit del Barco reports slog von Doc antle is the owner of Myrtle beach safari in Virginia he was seen in the Netflix series tiger king with his lions and his girlfriend's until now has his own spinoff streaming online. The show tiger king chased after the insanity that was Joe, who called himself a tire game. What happens here is so much bigger. There's so much more going on. We really are the Tiger Kingdom. For months investigators in Virginia looked into allegations that Anto was trafficking lion cubs, Friday, he was charged with two felony counts of wildlife trafficking and seventeen misdemeanor counts including animal cruelty Congress is now working on legislation to restrict trade of big cats,

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Disney Earnings Report Reveals Rare Loss; And What 'Mulan's' Disney+ Premiere Means For The Film Industry

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Disney Earnings Report Reveals Rare Loss; And What 'Mulan's' Disney+ Premiere Means For The Film Industry

"The Walt Disney Company reported yesterday a loss of four point seven billion dollars in its third quarter. It also announced a surprise for its streaming service. Disney, plus here's NPR's Mandalit del. Barco. In a call to investors Disney CEO BOB shape ticked off some of the challenges. The company has faced in the past quarter ongoing concerns over covid nineteen close down Disney theme parks and Resorts Retail Stores Cruise Sporting Events and TV and film production around the World One, hundred thousand Disney employees were furloughed impact of pandemic on people's lives are communities, businesses, and way. Of Life has been devastating but shape had told investors that Disney theme parks in Shanghai, and Florida have reopened with safety protocols in place, and he says the new streaming service Disney plus now have sixty point five million subscribers around the world, and that's the silver lining for Disney which announced a new movie set to premiere on the platform on September fourth. Loyal. Grace. took. My. Protect. Them family. Disney's live action version of Milan is skipping theatrical release which had been postponed several times since March instead, it will be available on Disney plus twenty nine dollars and ninety nine cents, Moulin and Christopher. Nolan's tenant had been seen as bellwethers for when movie theaters could safely reopen. So Disney's announcement comes as a blow to theater owners during the call Chip Beck addressed investors who wondered if this will usher in a new video on demand strategy for movie premieres, we're looking at Milan as a one off as opposed to trying to say there's some new business. Model that we're looking at still chip Beck says it will be interesting to learn how well Milan does on Disney plus he noted the Streaming Services Success in its recent showings of the musical Hamilton and beyond say's black king production

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Harvey Weinstein faces new sexual assault charge in Los Angeles

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Harvey Weinstein faces new sexual assault charge in Los Angeles

"The district attorney and Los Angeles has filed a new charge J. against former film producer Harvey Weinstein NPR's mandalit del Barco reports Weinstein is already serving time for rape and sexual assault in New York the LA district attorney has charged Harvey Weinstein with sexual battery by restraint against a woman at a Beverly hills hotel room in two thousand ten the unnamed woman was interviewed by detectives last October and the DA's office said she was able to show the incident happened within the statute of limitations for prosecution Weinstein is still awaiting extradition to Los Angeles to face for other charges that happened in two thousand thirteen if he's convicted in the LA cases he faces up to twenty nine years in a California prison that's in addition to the twenty three years sentence he's serving in New York Monday let them particle NPR news Los

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"This is NPR news and I'm sherry Glaser with this KCRW news update if there ever was a time to be looking for a date now maybe it online dating at companies are reporting more Californians are using their services during the quarantine and that's translating to more matches KCRW's drum Campbell has the details since the beginning of the pandemic data from okay Cupid shows Californians have increased their matches by twelve percent and our messaging more often tinder bumble and match dot com are reporting similar bombs in activity and say users are moving to video dates to continue their connections Melissa Hobley is an executive at okay Cupid and says not all the matches are romantic the apps are also standing in for normal social interaction if you're single and you live in a city all of those touch points in your day are gone he you know going to the office going to the bar where you work where the design from whatever you do for work all has gone away if so there's a real desire for people to be connected and and to not be socially isolated another interesting observation people also seem to be brightening their swiping criteria data shows women are saying yes to more men queer users are matching with more varying identities and people are also considering long distance partners outside of their cities for KCRW I'm John Campbell you're listening to morning edition KCRW's sponsors including presenting the original drama series Mrs America the story of the movement to ratify the equal rights amendment starring Cate Blanchett Mrs America premieres April fifteenth exclusively on FX on Hulu good morning I'm mandalit let's take this time to focus on healing nature on morning becomes eclectic we have living room dance breaks contemplative moments on the couch work from home sounds and most importantly some time together I'll be right here with you every weekday morning and on today show I'll have new music from producer and songwriter place mills the soul sounds of who's a James Comey track from the allow this is forthcoming album morning becomes eclectic starts at nine right here on KCRW another great day.

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U.S. movie theater owners ask federal government for coronavirus relief

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U.S. movie theater owners ask federal government for coronavirus relief

"The country's largest organization of movie theater owners is asking president trump and Congress FOR immediate financial relief NPR's mandalit del Barco reports big screens across the country are shutting down because of the corona virus pandemic the national association of theatre owners or NATO is making a plea for federal loan guarantees tax benefits and tax measures to recoup losses Paul Corcoran NATO's vice president says theater owners want to be a part of any federal relief package we're an industry that's completely dependent on the public you know if they're not coming into our theaters and our theaters are not making money and if they're not making money they can't pay their bills they can't pay their employees NATO also pledged a million dollars of its own to help a hundred and fifty thousand movie theater workers now out of a

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"Billy I listen Phineas and I thought that was beautiful so friendly sister yes I'm so we'll talk about that about whether they were able to get over the whole diversity thing or not I know right is there a problem right well I think a lot of people have opinions on that yeah and not good ones okay so we'll talk about that and also talk to the legal eagle about trump's political firings the purge that happen on Friday of the legal eagle can tell us if that was legal exactly there is a national the whistleblower protection act but this doesn't seem to fall under the purview of that even though they did testify they were testifying they weren't whistle blowing technically but we'll talk about that and also what happened Elizabeth Warren she is not doing well on polling in New Hampshire at all she's even behind in the club a shark and this is her backyard right Hampshire she's best Massachusetts senator and do you remember a few months ago she was considered the front runner absolutely so we'll talk about that too well there's a lot to dig into today on the last leg into there's a big vote tomorrow New Hampshire and we'll we shall see there we shall we shall Madeline brand press play coming up at noon on Casey are W. I. mandalit it's morning becomes eclectic really nice cover of David Bowie right and here did you she is heaven knows they another in and and we share this good by the way at the end hi as James the he they are the yeah if you step by is is is a well saying she is and Joe they are the yeah they are.

"mandalit" Discussed on KQED Radio

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"The mountain west news bureau of public radio collaborative her the new movie bomb shell stars surely use their Anna Nicole Kidman is the women fox news who brought down Roger ailes their film depicts the late cable news chief as a sexual harasser No Way Out pull your dress up I see your legs for the film the Oscar winning costume designer Colleen Atwood recreated the style of the network's news women and bears mandalit del Barco reports pretty blonde wearing form fitting sleeveless dresses and high heels that's the on air fox news look says Colleen Atwood there's a sort of classic good girl thing but a little bit noddy it's really about in that aesthetic sense what looks good to man on those kind of women nothing to do with the journalism nothing to do with a gentle S. to transform into real life news anchor making Kelly actress Charlize there on war small prosthetics on her eyelids at wood dresser and sculpted silhouettes I think in a nut shell it says she's it's a very fitted dress with the waste just kind of teasing above the knee without being too far above the knee giving a lot of leg in the movie Kelly takes the audience on a tour of the fox news building including the bustling wardrobe room where women suit up with banks padded bras and super high heels she explains Roger ailes ammo and having is on air talent sit at sea through table early on realized for network to stay on twenty four hours.

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"I'm mandalit it's morning becomes eclectic press plays Madeline brand is here well hi we have a fantastic show coming up at noon we're gonna talk about who's really running the federal government you know president trump is always complaining about a deep state running things well turns out the deep state is coming out and testifying against him so we're going to talk about and and testifying about that they're really two parallel tracks in this administration as we saw with Ukraine and possibly elsewhere the former secretary the VA has a new book saying that he was sidelined by I buy a contributor yeah I heard about that right so who is really running the White House it's it's using it is our messaging we are getting a lot of interesting information about that so thank thank goodness we have you Madeline brand heading to the bottom of all of this because I don't know what the heck is going to shine a little light on who is running things over there we have a great interview with Kate Packard she's a journalist and she was diagnosed when she was just thirty five with a particularly aggressive form of breast cancer Majid no family history is big surprise to her turns out she had been a science reporter what is a science reporter and had done a lot of research and just her way of coping with to double down and do more research on breast cancer the history of the science of and she has a lot of really interesting findings and we have a conversation about that for example when you're young woman in your forties getting a mammogram is not necessarily going to tell you whether or not your breast cancer because young women have denser breast tissue another moment so it's harder to see this is really important yeah it is really important so definitely tune in yes Sir that is and then we're gonna talk about the whole list though copyright ha ha well we love us some lives here morning because I was so great but it turns out that she said yesterday that she lifted one of her signature phrases from a tweet from a couple years ago from another singer and then there's the other counter receiver that over GSMA ya ya ye yes we're actually yes yes I've been hearing about this but right but again we have you Malon brand to get rid of Saddam of what's going on and all sorts of corners today and well that's what we love about press play Chris lays at noon with Madeleine brand thank you so much it's morning becomes eclectic here on KCRW I want to get into a song premiere from Josh homies new project desert sessions more about it but first the music it's called if you run it's morning becomes eclectic on KCRW.

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"Walking others bore visible marks of torture police say the victims were starving appear to have been sexually assaulted. do you want special repertoire in the right to peaceful assembly and association is issued a preliminary report highly critical of the Zimbabwean government's record on stifling peaceful assembly is my friend Dick what reports seven fuller mess a cross section of people from the government opposition parties civic society representatives and ordinary people he said the government is not delivered on his promise of more freedoms following the November twenty seventeen coup that toppled longtime dictator Robert Mugabe I have to see from many different meeting around the country that that is a senior US the direction of the plea to god economic and suicide on vitamins resulted in fear frustration and our city I'm on a lagging on both as in Bob that's N. P. R.'s Ishme often do quote reporting you're listening to NPR news. and support for NPR comes from Capital One offering this bar cash card for businesses committed to helping business owners turn purchases into meaningful investments they can help drive business forward Capital One what's in your wallet I'm mandalit you are listening to morning becomes eclectic right here on eighty nine point nine KCRW. at eleven. everything's gonna be alright. morning becomes eclectic on KCRW thank you for listening to the show today. getting into music from sweats and plank at a Los Angeles street dancing is the name of the track..

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Alex Trebek says he has stage 4 pancreatic cancer: 'I'm going to fight this'

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Alex Trebek says he has stage 4 pancreatic cancer: 'I'm going to fight this'

"Alex trebek's, the longtime host of TV's jeopardy. Shared some terrible, personal news NPR's. Mandalit del Barco reports. Trebek's has an advanced stage of cancer trebek's made the announcement to his jeopardy fans on a video he posted online just like fifty thousand other people in the United States each year this week. I was diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer. The seventy eight year old said he would keep working on the popular game show. He is hosted since one thousand nine hundred eighty four. Now normally the prognosis for this is not very encouraging. But I'm gonna fight this travek even joke that he had to beat the disease. He has three years left on his current jeopardy

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to be indicted on corruption charges

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09:12 min | 3 years ago

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to be indicted on corruption charges

"Israel last night. The attorney general announced his intention to indict prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on charges of bribery fraud and breach of trust. When then Yahoo becomes the first sitting prime minister of Israel to be indicted, pending a hearing for criminal offenses Roger McShane Middle East editor, and it's happening less than sixty days before an election. Exactly as Mr Netanyahu alleged to have done. So the potential charges stem from three cases, I you have case one thousand where he's alleged received expensive gifts from wealthy patrons in return for political favors. Then you have case two thousand where he sent to discuss colluding with the newspaper publisher he was going to curb one of their papers competitors in return that paper was gonna tone down its negative coverage of him and the mysterious cases case four thousand in which she's accused of intervening and regulatory decisions in favor of a company called basic and one of the websites that basic owns was going to provide glowing coverage in return, right? And how strong is the case against him. The cases would seem to be pretty strong. They've been in the works for three years, some of Mr. Netanyahu's closest aides have turned state witness, and you have an attorney general Abaci mandalit who was appointed by Netanyahu who was once Netanyahu's. Cabinet secretary. This isn't a man who seems to be out to get Netanyahu. He's quite deliberative. And I don't think he would take a shot at a sitting prime minister if he thought he was going to miss, and what does Mr Netanyahu have to say about all this. So he says he's completely innocent. He says investigations are going to collapse like a house of cards. He calls the witch hunt. He says the reports are corruption are fake news. Is this sounds a little bit familiar? Yes. There are a lot of people who say that Netanyahu's adopting the rhetoric of Trump. In fact, Netanyahu was was first to adopt this type of rhetoric. He's long been able to harness the politics of resentment for his own political gain. He says division and Stokes fear in order to whip up his supporters, and frankly, he's much better at it than Donald Trump. What happens next end this pending a hearing stuff? So legally Netanyahu's lawyers will have a chance to dispute decision. That seems unlikely to six. Exceed then you'll get formal charges, and then you'll get a trial, politically, we're going to have an election on April ninth and right now Netanyahu's coalition of right-wing and nationalist parties, which still probably get a majority in the next Knesset. But a new party a centrist party called blue and white is leading in the polls, and is gaining it would seem, but a lot can change before election day, and probably will Roger thanks very much. Thank you. This news of the planned indictment comes just as Mr Netanyahu was hoping to win another election and become Israel's longest serving prime minister. He spent a total of thirteen years leading the country, and is known for his grandiose speeches together, we've transformed bludgeoned Jewish people left for dead into a vibrant, thriving nation defending itself with the courage of modern mccabe's, some of his critics say he has a belligerent foreign policy has fostered prejudice among Israelis and that he's been intransigent on the issue of seeking peace with Palestinians. UCLA? Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas at the UN in two thousand fifteen blamed mister Netanyahu for undermining efforts toward a two state solution to the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Assess to shut up. So how has mister Netanyahu changed Israel during his long rule? I think BB more than reshaping Israel has put Israel much more on a path towards being a divided successful yet, very exhibitions and almost info big society. Actual Feffer has written a biography of Mr Netanyahu and reports for the economist from Israel Netanyahu is unique so far in being the only prime minister of Israel to have been born after the state's foundation his formative years both as a teenager and young men were made in the United States. And then in many ways form the way, he makes politics, what can you tell me about his early life and how that shaped his politics later? Well, he was brought up in a very political home. His father was an ideologue and a journalist working for the revisionist movement, which is the branch of the right wing branch of Zionism. And that was the atmosphere which shouldn't and yeah, it was brought up and that was fear of very bleak. Nationalist, politics, and how did his political career start? Well, listen ya'll be became into the public eye at a relatively young age as the brother of Israel's great hero in ninety seventy six Colonel Jonathan to who was killed in the famous Entebbe raid and his brother was the only Israeli soldier killed in that, right? He was one of the commanders of that. Right. And that thrust the family into the into the public spotlight over the next few years as part of the commemoration of the dead, brother. They they set up a think tank and BB became a speaker on issues of counter-terrorism and at the young age of thirty two he was offered to become the number two at Israel's embassy in Washington five years later when he left when he left it lower c- to become a full-time liquid politician. He already had quite a high, name recognition and Israel. He had a very polished television. Performance. We not that many Israeli politicians had that time. Tell me about that. How did he come to have that polish wasn't the now's diplomatic and political roles before becoming Likud leader were involved in presenting Israel's case to the world. His main political role was as a deputy foreign minister and his brief was was made public diplomacy. That was the time of the first Gulf war and the scene that everyone remembers from that from that period isn't into now sitting in the C N N CNN's local studio in Jerusalem. Deputy foreign Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is here with us during this rate Sumitomo and the into we're both sitting wearing gas masks during an air raid. I must say that this is the darnest way to conduct an interview and during his periods and power Wednesay had the most impact the main period, we continue I really has formed. Current Israel has been the last ten years in which he's been in power. He's won three consecutive elections in that time, and it's been a decade for for many aspects, a great decade for Israel. Israel's had uninterrupted economic growth. It's foreign relations of burgeon with countries from Africa to up to the theories to Latin America, even even Sunni Arab countries in the Middle East, which don't have diplomatic relations with Israel have improved that under the under the surface ties with Israel. They have a joint interest together into now in confronting Iran. For the first time in my lifetime. Many other states in the region. Recognize that Israel is not their enemy. They recognize that Israel is the ally. How have mister Netanyahu's US towards the Palestinians of all over? The course of his political career is used to have not vote in the course of his political career. If you read a book Netanyahu wrote twenty six years ago place among the nations, he explains then this was even before the Oslo process began he explains that the best solution for Israel is never to compromise with the Palestinians and allow them at the most to live in a semi autonomous and Claes in the West, Bank and Gaza never to allow them full state and to continue Israeli security control over the entire region. And as we've seen over the last ten years with into now in power he has paid lip service to the two-state solution. But in reality is nothing to go to good to go towards that solution, certainly not since Trump and to the White House. So a lot of. Have gone his way, but we're looking to an uncertain future here with us in indictment. If this is the end of his political career, what do you think is legacy will be slowly building and continuing to enhance Israel's perspective and military power. And it's relationships both in the region and across the world. Now, if it is forced to resign that legacy will still we'll still remain the other legacy of toxic buying relations between the different communities within Israel will certainly need detoxifying once. He leaves.

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Nicole Kidman, Jenkins And LAPD discussed on Morning Edition

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Nicole Kidman, Jenkins And LAPD discussed on Morning Edition

"Been pretty busy. She is currently starring in three movies as the Queen of Atlantis in aquaman as supportive mother in the drama. Boy raced and as a broken down LAPD detective in destroyer that last one dark thriller comes out tomorrow. And let's just say it's a counterpoint to Christmas cheer. Jenkins with me. What? Yeah. He wanted that call me with names. Jeff. Golly. With names. NPR's mandalit del Barco interviewed Kidman, and our director car Kasama about the making of destroyer and destroyer. Nicole Kidman looks like a hot mess. Puffy? Red is dull shoveled hair, no makeup Wetherby

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Olympian slams ref who demanded wrestler's dreadlocks cut

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Olympian slams ref who demanded wrestler's dreadlocks cut

"And Snapchat, founder Evan Spiegel Franklin. Leonard started the annual survey known as the blacklist fourteen years ago. Plays about technology. People who are involved in creating it in the path allergies. That are creative society. He says horror scripts are also in vogue one features gamer gate ghouls, you're probably reflects the very real fears June two thousand eighteen. And attempt to was all those fears in the movie theater also on the list script about Richard Williams. The father of superstar tennis champ, Venus and Serena Williams, mandalit

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The Latest: Chicago spokesman says officers can conduct pat downs

Midday on WNYC

02:05 min | 4 years ago

The Latest: Chicago spokesman says officers can conduct pat downs

"Services has been set for Brayden Varney the. Cal fire bulldozer operator who was killed clearing fire line. For NPR news I'm Bob Moffitt in Sacramento police in. Chicago are disputing, suggestion by community activists that officers do not have the right to stop someone they suspect is carrying a weapon so C'mon Tom Hearne would not Thus the fatal shooting of Thirty-seven-year-old Horita. Augusta's beyond what superintendent Eddie Johnson said when he released. Body camera footage of the shooting which occurred on Saturday but he had learned said it officers see something, like a ball gender someone's shirt. Or if. The person is. Be a basic to officers or refuses to answer questions and the officers can conduct a Pat down. Search of the outside of that person's. Clothing you're listening to NPR news Amazon says it's still trying to fix whatever is causing its website from allowing buying on its much hyped prime day shoppers clicking on for. Prime day, bargains, ran into trouble immediately after the launch Monday but many, links were working about an hour later in a statement Amazon said the first hour day in the US. Was, more successful this year than in two thousand seventeen for. The first time MTV used Instagram to announce nominees for this year's video music awards NPR's, mandalit del Barco reports, that fans have until August tenth to vote, for, their favourite, artists in gender-neutral categories New York rapper Cardi b. got the most vehement nominations ten in all including artist of the year song and video of the year for the remix. She did with Reno mar The partners beyond JV got eight nods including for, best collaboration and best hip hop other top contenders include childish Gambino. And Drake voters can text or go online to cast their ballots the winners will be announced during a..

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Kennedy Center rescinds top prizes bestowed on Bill Cosby

NPR News Now

02:09 min | 4 years ago

Kennedy Center rescinds top prizes bestowed on Bill Cosby

"And pence says the us is adding three venezuelans who have ties to the madero government to a list of drug kingpins who face sanctions in the us michelle kellerman npr news washington retired marine lieutenant colonel and fox news contributor oliver north has a new job he'll become the next nra or the nra's next president north is a popular speaker for the gun rights lobby group and was a central figure in the iran contra scandal during the reagan administration a secret conspiracy to sell weapons to iran in violation of an arms embargo and funnel money to antisocialist fighters in nicaragua against the will of congress that scheme was oliver north's idea the nra says he will start his new job in a few weeks and then he will step down from his fox news position wall street higher by the closing bell the dow up ninety four points at twenty four thousand three hundred fifty seven the nasdaq up fifty five points at seventy to sixty five the sp five hundred gay gained nine points to close at twenty six seventy two you're listening to npr news from washington senator kamala kamala harris says she has decided not to give the keynote speech at the university of california berkeley's commencement this weekend because of an ongoing labor dispute harris says she's heating a boycott by striking service workers as thousands of constituion security guards gardeners other workers are on a three day strike to address gender pay inequities and demand higher wages the kennedy center for the performing arts in washington dc is recinding to awards previously given to disgraced comedian bill cosby npr's mandalit del barco reports the john f kennedy center for the performing arts honored bill cosby in nineteen ninety eight and also a warded him the two thousand nine mark twain prize for american humor now the centers trustees are revoking this awards a week and a half after he was found guilty of aggravated indecent assault the eighty year old cosby faces the possibility of spending the rest of his life in prison a statement from the kennedy center says cosby's actions have overshadowed.

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Film Academy votes to expel Bill Cosby, Roman Polanski

02:12 min | 4 years ago

Film Academy votes to expel Bill Cosby, Roman Polanski

"The academy of motion picture arts and sciences says it's board has voted to expel actor bill cosby and director roman polanski both men were convicted of crimes involving sexual misconduct here's more from npr's mandalit del barco the board of the organization that hands out oscar says both men violated the academy's ethics standards last week cosby was found guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault he's now awaiting sentencing and could face up to thirty years in prison the comedian is best known for his tv series from the nineteen nineties but he was a member of the academy for his film in the nineteen seventy four film uptown saturday night cosby teamed up with sydney portia yes i saw what you saw and don't be worried about none because do mess with me i'm not them out cosby also acted in films like mother jugs and speed in nineteen seventy six polish film director roman polanski's career also took off in the nineteen sixties his feature film debut earned an oscar nomination and he got attention for his nineteen sixty eight psychological thriller rosemary's baby can't meet on you in nineteen seventy four polanski directed and even acted in another classic film chinatown for years later he was convicted of statutory rape of a thirteen year old girl polanski pleaded guilty and served a short jail sentence before fleeing to france he's avoided arrest for decades even when he earned an oscar in two thousand three for directing the pianist actor harrison ford open the envelope that got polanski a standing ovation congratulates roman polanski i'd accept this award on his behalf lansky cosby join a shortlist of others expelled from membership including actor carmine caridi who the academy blamed for pirating movies and disgraced producer harvey weinstein the academy gave him the boot last fall monday that barco npr news you can hear mondays reporting here on morning edition from npr news wnyc is supported by bleaker street presenting disobedience rachel vice.

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Military officials launch probe into C-130 crash

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01:18 min | 4 years ago

Military officials launch probe into C-130 crash

"By his new attorney rudy guiliani guiliani said no campaign funds were used in the daniels payment and argued that therefore no campaign finance laws were violated giuliani also suggested that the president was unlikely to sit down for an interview a special counsel robert muller but he did not definitively shut the door on the idea ryan lucas npr news the washington military officials of launched an investigation into yesterday's crash of an air national guard c one thirty cargo plane from puerto rico the plane went down yesterday shortly after takeoff in georgia crossing near the edge of a highway nine people aboard the plane were killed there were no injuries or deaths on the ground official the georgia national guard says the plane was in savannah for routine maintenance and was headed for airasia the plane was roughly fifty years old have been conflicting reports about whether it was on route to be decommissioned all nine guard members board had hoped with hurricane recovery efforts the kind of motion picture arts and sciences says its board has voted to expel bill cosby and film director roman polanski and bears mandalit del barco has more in the announcement the organization that hands out oscars has ousted actor bill cosby and director roman polanski from its membership in a statement the board of governors say both men violated the academy's ethics standards and a requirement that members uphold values of respect for human dignity both men were convicted of crimes involving sex.

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