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KQED Radio

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Street. Today, you're listening to NPR news Live from KQED News. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan. San Francisco officials. UCSF. The Latino Task Force and others marked the opening of a new neighborhood vaccination site today in the city's mission District. Pop up is part of a strategy to place vaccination sites and community's disproportionately affected by covert 19. Here's supervisor Hillary Ronin, sharing how she felt seeing to community leaders get their shots. So watching them get the vaccine. And knowing. That they are now gonna survive this pandemic when we have lost so many lives. It's one of the most beautiful and hopeful things I've seen in a long time. For now. The mission site is by appointment and on Lee for people in the first phase, which includes those over 65 health care workers. Growing number of Bay Area lawmakers in Congress are calling for the expulsion of Georgia representative Marjorie Taylor Greene Quds, Marco Siler Gonzalez reports. These calls come after videos have researched this showing representative green espousing baseless que non conspiracies and harassing a young survivor of a Maskell shooting, among other extreme and bizarre views. Some members, including representative and A S. You have co sponsored a resolution to effectively remove green from Congress. It would require a two thirds vote in the House, which is unlikely with the Democrats razor thin majority. In a statement, Green said that she's been made into a target by Democrats for defending what she calls American first values. Marco Siler Gonzalez KQED News and in Oakland. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan KQED. Support for KQED comes from the Netflix documentary Crypt Camp about a summer camp.

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California Flooded With COVID Cases as Los Angeles County Sees Cases Double in Last Month

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00:57 sec | 1 year ago

California Flooded With COVID Cases as Los Angeles County Sees Cases Double in Last Month

"An influx of covert 19 patients in California is stretching hospitals and healthcare workers to their limits. Rachel Raquel Maria Dylan of member station KQED reports, officials say it could be an early sign of a post Christmas surge. The rate of coronavirus tests coming back positive over the past seven days in California has jumped to 14%. L. A County public health officials say the number of cases there doubled in the past month and past 800,000 on Saturday. Hospitals across the state are bracing for a spike in new cases following the holidays. Intensive care unit availability was at 0% in Southern California and the San Joaquin Valley this weekend in the San Francisco Bay area. ICU capacity fell to 5.1%. That means all but the northern stretches of the state are below the 15% threshold. It would allow a gradual

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"maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We've got the California report coming up Next first, though, Joe is back with traffic and not very much of it. What's happening, Joe? Well, half hour ago, we had reports of a relatively big fire at a homeless and Cameron under the Skyway in San Francisco between 4th and 5th. Was blowing some smoke, but it looks like that's not an issue anymore. At least not for what little traffic we have in the Skyway. If you'll be in the city. Otherwise. Today, you'll be happy to know that parking meters and street sweeping and residential parking permits will not be enforced Park just about anywhere you like, except, of course in red zones and yellow and white zones. That's just San Francisco can't specify what although all 80 other Bay Area cities they're doing, but most tend to be in the Christmas spirit as far as parking enforcement today, Joe McConnell for cake, you buddy, All right, it's makes you want to drive around and use it. Thanks. Joe will talk to you in about 10 minutes and traffic support comes from Lucky. Unlucky California. This'll week on science Friday. Relearning stories indigenous people told about the stars for thousands of years read below grandmother Spider pleads The seven sisters. That's called bargaining music, the hole in the sky and the hole in the sky is this is where we come from, and a look at the science behind the northern lights. It's all on science Friday from W. N. Y C studios. Science Friday. That's the second hour and you can hear that tonight at eight o'clock coming upon Forum this morning at 10 o'clock, by the way, we've got a special at nine o'clock, a selected shorts Christmas special and a tan. We listen back to some previously recorded episodes, meaning Kim talks with novelist. Yeah. Jesse about Her book, Transcendent Kingdom. The story follows a doctoral candidate in neuroscience at Stanford, who is determined to find a scientific reason for suffering for him a rebroadcast, But it's coming up this morning at 10 o'clock here on KQED Public radio. Good morning. The time now is 5 51. This is the California report. Good morning. I'm religion. Molly. Today we're going to bring you two stories about California history. We begin in the city of Richmond, where a museum has saved a historic mural from being for gotten in a basement cake. You ladies Richelle Maria Dylan brings us the story. Melinda McCrary runs the Richmond Museum of Art, history and culture. She told me about a lost mural called Richmond. Industrial city. It showed the docks, refineries, oil tanks, Golden hills and the people of the time cannery workers, longshoremen, shoppers and a man reading a newspaper with Hitler's photo on the front page. Technically, it was lost. Nobody knew where it was, and it ended up on an endangered mural registry through Temple University. McCrary had to convince a janitor to unlock the post office basement and help her hunt down the mural, then negotiate so the museum could officially borrow and restore it. Then came the fundraising. It took her four years to raise the $45,000 to restore the canvas. She talked up the mural so much that when Maya Colbert came looking for an internship Was all she heard about it. I was like that's cool. But like do you need like help with the filing or something like I don't see him. You're old, like, I don't know. Six years later, Colbert is now the museum educator here, and the work is ready for the public to see how much Richmond has changed since 1941. The standard for casual wear is so much different like Even the longshoremen are wearing like dress pants with, like, button up shirts and tucked in with belts, the same with the women who are just kind of picking up peaches. They're wearing high heeled shoes and dresses. And that is not what I wear to like. Run out to the grocery storm. She's quick to point out. The mural features mostly white people. There's just one black man. And for public murals from the works Progress Administration that is a rarity. He is not doing sort of a more traditional roles that you see black people depicted as doing in these sorts of murals from this era. He's not picking cotton. He's not being subservient. He is negotiating and he is standing shoulder to shoulder with white men. Which, of course, it's very symbolic like Of course, it doesn't mean that everything in 1941 was amazing. Colbert's job is to teach Richmond's school kids about history through a mural that's probably older than their grand parents. She'll ask them to think about how it might look. If it were painted today. What are the places that are important to you? Who are the important people? What are the order of the types of people that we're seeing? It would be really interesting to see like what people would come up with. That could be representative of our city today to Colbert and McCrary. This mural is a treasure because it's a teaching tool. Ah, window into local history and a point of pride for a tiny, scrappy museum in this corner of the Bay Area for the California report. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan in Richmond. Support for the California report comes from Eric and Wendy Schmidt..

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"maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Problems. But the evidence the actual evidence the facts tell us a different story. Republican incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Leffler trying to hold off challenges from Democrats John Assad in Raphael Warnock. Within a million absentee ballots have been requested for the January 5th runoff in Georgia. Early voting begins December 14th for NPR news. I'm a meal Moffett in Atlanta, Airbnb has raised the price of its pre I P o shares as investors appear to be willing to pay a mortgage in the company's resiliency during the Corona virus pandemic regulatory filing today here, Bebe said it expects to its price of chairs between 56 $60 each Wall Street, the Dow was down 148 points. This is NPR Live from KQED News. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan. State attorney general have yet but Sarah may be headed to Washington as the president elect's pick for secretary of health and human services. His California legacy includes fighting against transparency. KQED S Alex Emslie reports. Sarah stance and open government emerged in early 2019 years. No friends of government transparency. David Snyder heads the nonprofit First Amendment Coalition. He, along with KQED, is suing Maceira for continuing to stall on releasing police misconduct information. Sarah's office also threatened to prosecute U C. Berkeley journalists who were provided information from another state agency. On police officers who've been convicted of crimes. I don't think it's a good look for the state of change and all he's threatening legal action against reporters for actions that were clearly protected not only under the First Amendment, but under California law. Snyder says he hopes the next state attorney general is a proponent of open government. I'm Alex Emslie. KQED news. The state of California is rolling out a new smartphone app that will notify people if they've been in close contact with someone who test positive for covert 19. Close contact means spending more than 15 minutes within 6 ft of another person, governor Gavin Newsom, emphasized the apse focus on anonymity. It's 100% private. 1% secure 100% voluntary you opt in or you choose not to. And there is no tracking data, no location data that is shared. The news comes as the statewide rate of tests coming back positive has more than doubled in the past month. I'm Richelle Maria Dylan KQED news Support comes from Marin Country Mart at Lark Spur Landing an artist in village with 42 unique shops, organic restaurants and neighborhood services. Mrs KQED Public radio. Good afternoon. It is 206 now..

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$73M To Go Toward Compensating Patients Of Former UCLA Gynecologist Accused Of Sexual Misconduct in Los Angeles

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02:16 min | 1 year ago

$73M To Go Toward Compensating Patients Of Former UCLA Gynecologist Accused Of Sexual Misconduct in Los Angeles

"The coronavirus. All the major stock indexes were up. Especially the Dow, which finished 1.6% higher. The Dow is now within striking distance of hitting 30,000 for the first time. Stocks that have been hurt by the pandemic, such as airlines and energy companies were higher. Investors were also responding to comments over the weekend from advisers to President elect Joe Biden, who said no nationwide lockdowns are being contemplated. Jim's a roly NPR news Yes and P Rose 41 points today. You're listening to NPR live from KQED News. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan. This is where we are Now. This is me sounding the alarm that San Francisco Mayor London Breed announcing that the city has jumped from the least restrictive yellow tier of the state's coronavirus related reopening plan. Over orange and back to the red tear, and that's effective tomorrow. This means non essential offices must close down again. Jim's can on Lee stay open a 10% capacity. Among other restrictions. San Francisco Public health director Dr Grant Colfax, the rate of increase that were seen in California. This faster and steeper than the summer surge. And here in San Francisco, we're seeing an explosion of new cases throughout the city, with the virus becoming more widespread. Colfax says the city's hospitals and intensive care units are able to care for everyone now. But he warned that may not be true if cases continue to rise. The University of California system has reached a proposed $73 million settlement with seven women who accused a former gynecologist of sexual abuse as part of the class action lawsuit more than 6000 patients of Dr James Heaps. Could receive part of the settlement. Ah federal judge must approve the proposed settlement, which was filed today in federal court. Patients have accused heaps of sexual assault and sexual misconduct between 1983 and 2018. He has pleaded not guilty to criminal charges involving seven women and denied wrongdoing. He's due back in state court next month. I'm

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"maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's the news. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan Fizer says an early trial showed its Corona virus vaccine was 90% effective. California has its own covert 19 Vaccine task force, which coincidentally met today to draft guidelines for how any corona virus vaccine would be distributed in California. Acuity science reporter Laura Clive UN's covered that state panel today and she's here to talk about it. Laura, let's back up a little Does visors announcement mean? We're going to have an approved vaccine very soon? Not exactly in the way you might think or hope. Yes, Visor is planning to have a limited number of doses by the end of this year, But the FDA has to review the company's data and decide whether Pfizer has met the requirements for approval. So the company has to show that the vaccines prevent or lessen the severity of disease in at least half the people who get the vaccine and trials must have participants that are diverse in terms of age and race. The company also has to monitor people for at least two months after the last dose, and in the cases of the two vaccines that are closest in the United States. They both require two doses. So this doesn't mean you can go and get a vaccine. Not just yet. So where are we in the process towards that goal, then will there to drug companies right now doing phase three trials in the U. S. And what a phase Three trial means is that we are testing a vaccine in thousands of people. Visor's Phase Three trial, for example, has 44,000 people enrolled, and they may add more. Madonna has 30,000 people. So both companies they started their trials at the end of July. Okay, so we had a lot of issues when it came to getting Corona virus tests out. Will we have similar problems with the vaccine? Well, the three experts who spoke today are all in California's panel that will actually make the decisions about distributing the vaccine. And here's what Dr Bernard Low of UCSF said. You can imagine, at least at the owns that there will be a severe shortage, which forces Must all consider the question Who should go first for the vaccine? Lo talk about different categories of folks who would make great candidates, So we've got elderly people in nursing homes. Folks who work in these settings or our home health aides, nurses, doctors, first responders, respiratory technicians, hospital cleaning staff, teachers and other essential workers. Here's Bernard Low again, So the people who work in Rejecting me cross this in clients who processed the meat the ends up in our grocery stores on the grocery store clerks, bus drivers and public transportation. Oh, another the essential occupation. What about populations that have been particularly hard hit, like, say in Oakland's Fruitvale neighborhood or San Francisco's Mission District, Right? So Dr Lo mentioned this to you. That part of distributing the vaccine should prioritize protecting people who are most at risk. In San Francisco, For example, he pointed out that we have the greatest vulnerability to covert 19 in the mission in the Tenderloin. Soma and Bayview Hunter's point, and he pointed out that there's a recommendation from the national academies of Science and Medicine to set aside 25% of vaccines for vulnerable neighborhoods where there's a markedly higher rate of infection and death. That seems like a lot of high priority people and competing priorities. When are we going to know who is getting the vaccine first today? The panel said they're meeting this week to map out their timeline for how they will get all these decisions made. And when they'll notify us the public, so we don't know yet. When exactly will learn all of this, But we should know a lot more by the new year. Okay, ladies. Laura, Clive, un's Thank you so much. Thank you. I'm Marco Maria Dylan kick you in the news..

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"maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"SACRAMENTO It's 5 30. It's KGB news. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan. The 2020 election is the most expensive ever that goes for the national races for president and to control the Senate and for statewide propositions, including the most expensive California ballot measure ever. Here to explain where all this money comes from. And why is politics Reporter Guy Maserati? Hi Guy Perego. So let's start with the big one. Prop 22. It would allow good companies to classify their drivers as independent contractors. My understanding is uber and lived. And Gord Ash etcetera have spent more than $200 million on this. Is that why it's all over my TV right now. Exactly. That's why it's all over your TV all over your mail on the radio. I think this is, you know, blown past all records in terms of ballot measure spending in the state on did so fairly early in the campaign and hasn't stopped. I mean, these companies see, this is a really Threat to their business here in California and potentially beyond. And so they've really pulled no punches in terms of spending to get proposition 22 past to get these reclassifications of their workers as independent contractors. Yeah, it's pretty maker. Break it for them. Who are the opponents who are spending against this proposition? What we've seen organized labor kind of pick up the tab against Proposition 22. Obviously, they agree with the changes that were made. Both by the state Supreme Court, but then ultimately in the state Legislature through Assembly Bill five, classifying these workers as employees, and ultimately, they hope that that's the future for these workers, potentially as unionized workers if prop 22 fails. We shall see so next up prop 15, which would change the way commercial properties are taxed to raise money for schools and municipal services. That would be a huge change to prop 13. Which kept property taxes way back in 1978, who's bankrolling this one? So this is largely you know. Unions at the California Teachers Association is the biggest supporter so far nearing 20 million in support. It's a fairly close contest in terms of the money spent. Both sides are kind of around 70 million, obviously very expensive because a lot of businesses have a lot at stake in this. They want to see Proposition 15 defeated. They feel like this kind of split roll ideas coming at the worst time in the middle of a pandemic that could ultimately perhaps get passed down to small businesses, even though the measure on paper is targeted at larger companies, supporters say the cuts that were potentially gonna have in the state to schools exactly why this is needed now. So let's look at some local races in the South Bay. We've got Senate District 15 That's Cupertino through low Scott owes to the South and East Side's of San Jose. That is currently Jim Bell seat. Why is the race to replace him so expensive? I think because you've got to, You know very well qualified Democrats running for the seat county Supervisor Dave Cortez, e former chairwoman, and Raval Andi. I think there's a lot of steak in terms of what they disagree on. Cortez is more aligned with organized labor, and you've seen that in the support both to his campaign and independent support. Raval has gotten a lot of outside money from the Chamber of Commerce. They see her as more of a business friendly Democrat. They split on issues like prop 15 like prop 22 that we just talked about. So all those players see this kind of as a proxy war for that business, First Labor Democrat contest, and that's why I think you're seeing so much money Pour into the senator's A C. All right. Politics. Reporter guy Mars, Roddy. Thanks for joining us on a very busy election Eve. Thanks for go. May it go well tomorrow. Thanks..

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KQED Radio

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Next we've got all things considered on Raquel Maria Dylan will be in early with K Q. E D news first, though it is traffic Julie de Fishes bringing us to Vacaville. The big rig wrecker on East Bad 80 before Alison Dr Rigas on his shoulder. The car involved is in the left lane. Traffic stop Backto Alamo Drive, So battling that fire, the vegetation fired soon. City Highway 12 remains closed both directions between scaly Road and Walter's Road and in Berkeley. It's a hit run crash east about 80 before Ashby. Look for that. Blocking the left. Lane. Julie, deputy for Kiki, we d Thank you, Julie, and traffic support comes from good eggs. Support for cake comes from Audi conquered, featuring a selection of Audi sedans, sports backs or sport backs, SUVs and a new era of Audi Electric. The E Tron. New and Certified, pre owned out ese are now ready to test drive at Audi conquered and Audi conquered dot com. Red flag warning in effect through tomorrow afternoon for the North Bay Mountains, East Bay Hills and the Diablo range. You're listening to K Q. E. D F M San Francisco The time now is for 30. Live from Kait VD news. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan. Firefighters responded to several small wildfires in the North Bay and the East Bay last night. Strong winds lead P. Jeannie to shut off power to hundreds of thousands of customers. DJ meteorologist Scott Strength Fell says winds at higher elevations should die down tomorrow. However, unfortunately, looking out of the long range, we don't see any rain in in the next 7 to 10 days, So it looks like we will have a ridge basically of high pressure, Move west and kind of park itself over California. For now. P Jeannie says it's working to restore power to some of its customers today. California prison officials failed to enforce.

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"maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Learn more at S f l g dot com I'm Dave Freeman on weedy. Good morning. The time is 7 30. Live from KGB news. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan, uber and lift are using in AP pop up ads to urge riders and drivers to vote for proposition 20 to the ballot measure would allow good companies to continue classifying workers as contractors Sam her net reports. Uber and live driver Hector Casta. Janos is against Proposition 22 as because when he injured his shoulder in an accident on the job, he had no worker's compensation, and his daughter had to drop out of college to help the family pay the bills. Castle, Yano says it really bugs him How much pro prop 22 messaging He's getting from his bosses, especially the pop up as inside the app coming up about everytime intern on they are for the past year. A screenshot he shared shows that the pop up said quote prop 22 is progress. Castalia has had to click either. Yes, I'm prompted me to or okay. There was no other way to exit the screen You'll ever have to pick. Yeah, working anyway. They don't go on it. You know, they have to be. Yes, Writers of lifting Uber are also getting pro prop 22 pop ups and messages in their laps. But in regards to Castle Johannes the story and Uber spokesperson says the company changed the pop up a few weeks ago to be more informational. And give driver's an option to close it. Also, he said, the pop up should only appear when drivers go off line. But drivers often switch between different acts that they work for, and might have to click through the pop up repeatedly. I'm Sam Burnett. Security News. A new analysis from the University of California shows that more people will be released from jail before their trial into Bay Area counties. If voters passed Proposition 25, which would do away with cash bail politics correspondent Marissa Lagos has more The analysis by the California policy Lab looked at arrest and release data from 2017 and 2018 to determine whether prop 25 would make a difference into Noma in San Francisco counties. A ballot measure is a referendum on a law passed by the state legislature. If voters uphold the law and vote yes on prop 25 cash bail will be abolished in California. Instead, judges will have more power to decide who should be released before a criminal trial. Their decision will be guided by risk assessment tools. California policy lab found that more people would be released from jail under prop 25 in both counties, including more black and Latin next individuals. Teresa Lagos, the news And later today, the Oakland City Council plans to vote on whether to restrict where homeless people are allowed to Camp Ladies Kate Wolf reports in 2017. Oakland officials agreed to manage the city's encampments on a case by case basis. But in just three years, homelessness in Oakland has increased by 63% and city staff have called for more comprehensive guidelines. The proposed policy designates high sensitivity areas like those within 150 ft of a school or 50 ft of a waterway or public park. Homeless encampments in those areas could be cleared unless they're authorized by the city. Some homeless advocates have criticized the proposal, saying it would leave much of the city off limits to people who are already vulnerable. I'm Kate Wolf News. There is more news at dot org's in Oakland. I'm Markel Maria Dylan on morning edition Ahead on the NASA is getting ready to collect its first ever sample from an asteroid. But first, it must land it spacecraft. The details ahead. World's.

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KQED Radio

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Amy held NPR news. This's NPR. Live from kick. EDIE News. I'm Richelle Maria Dylan State lawmakers are calling for the federal overseer of the state's prison health care system to be replaced Dees Kate Wolf reports. Since March, roughly 15,000 people incarcerated in California prisons have tested positive for covert 19. 69 inmates and 10 staff members have died. The seats inmate medical care has been overseen by a federal receiver since 2005 the result of a class action lawsuit filed by inmates. North Bay Assembly member Mark Levin says that current receiver J. Clark Kelso hasn't done enough to prevent the spread of the virus. We need to have a federal receiver that can replace Clark Kelso, who is up to this challenge, you can meet this moment. Make sure that we're doing everything we can to protect human life. A spokesperson for the state's inmate healthcare system says they have made many policy changes in response to covert 19 while facing PP, shortages, testing delays and changing information. I'm Kate Wolf, the news San Francisco police officers shot and killed a man near Market Street last night, Police press release says the suspect tried to carjack someone with a knife. Officers chased him for a block to Otis Street, where they tried to detain him. An officer shot the suspect and it was captured on his body warned Videocamera. Paramedics treated the man, but he died at the scene. Police haven't released the man's identity yet. Five separate law enforcement agencies and city departments will investigate the case. I'm Marco Maria Dylan MediaNews Support for NPR comes from the Vital Projects fund supporting the Museum of Modern Art. Featuring six floors of modern and contemporary art, with spaces for live performance films and making art. More info at MoMA dot or GE and the listeners of K Q. E. D. Six minutes now, past 11 o'clock. From P R X. This is the moth radio hour. I'm Jennifer Hicks in I C U is afraid people used to indicate that they understand what headspace you manner. What you're presenting its an acknowledgement of who you are. In this episode. We'll hear stories about seeing and feeling seen. Our first story.

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05:50 min | 1 year ago

"maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"About how Puerto Rico is also struggling to get kids back to school. Later on the show. We continue our coverage of the late Justice Ruth later, Ginsberg and her notorious RBG legacy if I had any talent in the world Any challenge. Excited to give me I would be a great Eva plus the latest in our justice delayed. Siri's immigration courts are struggling with the major backlog of cases because of Kobe 19, leaving many in limbo Finally, how teachers unions are driving the conversation on how soon schools should reopen this fall. That's our lead on the takeaway, but first go get some news. Live from NPR news. I'm Laxmi saying President Trump is declaring that the United States is turning the corner on the Corona virus pandemic. We will distribute a vaccine. We will defeat the virus. We will end the pandemic and we will enter a new era of unprecedented prosperity, cooperation and peace. As his pre recorded remarks were heard at the U. N General Assembly, the US learned that it's covert 19 death toll. Yet surpassed 200,000. NPR's Will stone reports that overall, the number of Corona virus cases in the United States is going back up after declining significantly by the end of the summer. Certain parts of the country have a much higher death toll from Cove in just three states, Massachusetts, New York and New Jersey account for more than a quarter of all US deaths. Florida, Texas and California also had a large share of deaths. Fewer people are dying compared to the spring, partly because younger people are getting infected. But Dr Bill Pound early at Washington University in ST Louis, worries about a surge of cases in the winter. We will see more people die, the proportion maybe less. But the numbers also behind cases air now climbing significantly in the great Plains and parts of the Midwest. Will stone NPR NEWS Washington Utah Republican Senator Mitt Romney says he will consider President Trump's forthcoming nominee to fill the Supreme Court vacancy following the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. NPR. Susan Davis reports. Romney's decision makes it more likely the Senate will fill the vacancy before the election. With Romney onboard. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell appears tohave the party unity he will need to confirm President Trump's nominee in the coming weeks. Romney has broken ranks before, but he told reporters today that he would not vote to block the process from advancing. I will consider the nominee on the merits. He also acknowledged that a successful confirmation would shift the ideological balance of the court towards conservatives. But my liberal friends have over many decades gotten very used to the idea of having a liberal court and that's not written in the Stars. The White House says President Trump will announce his nominee Saturday. Susan Davis NPR NEWS Washington Congressional Democrats are livid. They're declaring the Republican rivals hypocrites for pushing a vote on a nominee lesson two months before the presidential election after they blocked a hearing for President Obama's nominee on grounds that confirmation should wait until the new president was in office. Your Senate minority leader, Chuck Schumer, Leader. McConnell's actions may now very well destroy. The institution of the Senate. If leader McConnell presses forward. Republican, the Republican majority will have stolen two Supreme Court seats. Four years apart. Using completely contradictory rationales, Schumer says the next time he could change the complexion of the Supreme Court for a generation to come. This's NPR. Live from the news. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan, the city of Oakland is moving to adopt a policy on how it'll manage homeless encampments. A City Council committee unanimously passed the rules yesterday, Sarah Husseini reports rather than dealing with encampments on a case by case basis. The proposed new guidelines with de Prioritize closures of those that remain 150 FT. Away from a school and at least 50 ft from homes, businesses, parks and protected waterways. City leaders say they considered the input of more than 1200 residents and meetings and an online survey and they see enforcement would focus on compassion. Calling into the hearing from the encampment where she lives. Homeless advocate Ashley Davidson worried the efforts still criminalize poverty. I'm pregnant and I live in the community, help me get housing. The measure goes on to the full council for a vote next month. I'm Sarah Husseini kick you. Medina's leaders of the Bay Area's Armenian communities say territorial disputes between Armenia and Azerbaijan are behind a Siri's of vandalism attacks in San Francisco in recent weeks. On Sunday, suspects fired gunshots near the K's evey Armenian school in partner said damaging a sign The school was also defaced with anti Armenian graffiti back in July. Cacique Tajin is an Armenian American organizer. It's an escalation, and it's apparent to everyone and were taken aback by it, but not surprised because of the situation brewing on the border between army another begun it's simmering conflict, and that seems to have migrated to our shores. An Armenian church in Laurel Heights burned down Thursday, and police are investigating possible arson. I'm Marco Maria Dylan news. Support comes from Oakland International Airport, the heart of the Bay Area and the soul of the East Bay ready to fly the use Bayway once again. And support for NPR comes from whom a cloud based phone service for small businesses with an automated virtual receptionist and mobility features to run their businesses from anywhere. Maura. I owe him a dot com and buy the listeners and sustaining.

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KQED Radio

02:38 min | 1 year ago

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"Life beneath the rubble. 18 breaths per minute in a statement to media, the head of the rescue team could not confirm nor deny whether anyone is alive in the destroyed building, but vowed their work would not stop until they reached a result. Over a month after the explosion, the chances of finding a survivor in the wreckage grow increasingly slim with the passage of time. Lebanese say they're managing the expectations but remain hopeful for NPR news. I'm not a handsy in Beirut and you're listening to NPR news. Live from Kait Edie News. I'm Queen Kim. The big story this weekend is the weather and several cities around the Bay Area could break heat records. San Jose is expected to hit the high nineties today, putting it within striking distance of its same day record of 100 degrees, which was set in 1923. Inland cities like Morgan Hill, Gilroy and Saratoga are expected to see triple digit temperatures. Cooling centers are opening across the Bay Area this weekend. Patty eaten with the Santa Clara County's Office of Emergency Management says the cooling centers will not only provide relief from the heat. But also so much needed connection. We really worry about people that live alone during these times of extreme heat on particularly during this pandemic, so we really ask you to look out for each other. Visitors will have to follow Cove. It 19 guidelines like wearing facemasks and social distancing. Staying on the heat. Managers of the state's electric grid are urging Californians to turn up their thermostats and turn off unnecessary lights and appliances to avoid blackouts, especially during peak usage times after 3 p.m.. Needs. Raquel Maria Dylan has more on what power managers are doing to prevent rolling blackouts like the outages that hit in mid August. Governor Gavin Newsom's emergency order aims to produce demand by temporarily relaxing environmental regulations on power plants. It also allows large ships to run their own generators. Instead of plugging in at places like Navy bases, Office of Emergency Services spokesman Brian Ferguson says this could make a huge difference each of the ship's dozens of megawatts so by having them nearly pull out to sea or even a plug for a day or two that could have a significant impact. Energy demand is expected to peak at more than 47,000 megawatts on Sunday evening. I'm Marco Maria Dylan kick you in the news for more local news. Stay with us here. I'm Queen A Kim. And this is the news support comes from personal capital, offering instant access.

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KQED Radio

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Morning. The time right now, 8 30. Live from NPR news. I'm Laxmi saying the governor of Wisconsin is urging President Trump to stay away from Kenosha for now, days after police shot an unarmed black man, leaving him partially paralyzed. Encounter touched off protests turned violent. NPR's David Shaper reports. The president is still planning to visit Kenosha tomorrow to meet with law enforcement and survey damage. Governor Tony Evers wrote to the president urging him to reconsider the visit, saying he's concerned your presence will only hinder our healing. On NPR's weekend edition Sunday, Kenosha Mayor John Anti Marine Ian said he, too would prefer that trump dot com The president stirred things off Sunday by liking a series of tweets from a supporter that began Kyle Riton house is a good example of why I decided to vote for Trump written houses the 17 year old charged with killing to Kenosha protesters. Japan's ruling party will vote to select a new leader next month. Monitoring developments from South Korea. NPR's Anthony Koon reports. The winner will succeed Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, the 65 year old who is Japan's longest serving prime minister. Says he's resigning for health reasons. The ruling Liberal Democratic Party, or LDP, is expected to hold its internal vote on September. 14th and lawmakers will choose the prime minister a couple of days after that much of the decision will involved behind the scenes horse trading among LDP factions. Shinzo Abe will stay on until his replacement is chosen. The Dow is down 264 points. You're listening to NPR news. Live from K Q. B D News. I'm Richelle Maria Dylan in Oakland today. Some Bay Area County officials plan to start announcing hair salons and malls can open and conduct business. Inside. The change is part of Governor Gavin Newsom's new Corona virus Opening Blueprint announced last week, Ladies Sarah Husseini reports. Under the streamlined criteria. Each county receives a color code, according to the number of new cases it has each day and the percentage of Corona virus infection tests that come back positive. Most of the Bay Area, with the exception of San Francisco and Napa is purple, the worst of the four levels. But the new plan still allows them to open hair salons, barber shops and malls at reduced capacity indoors unless county health officials say otherwise. Well, Serena hair salon owner Stephanie Rippy says it's about time hair stylist and barbers are trained in sanitation and disinfection and everything and these other stores. I don't think people are trained for that, so it doesn't really make sense for the salons to be closed. San Francisco and Alameda County officials have said hair salons will have to keep operating outdoors for now. I'm Sarah Husseini kick you'ii dinners. Smoke from the fires burning in and around the Bay Area is expected to continue causing elevated pollution levels around the region today and tomorrow, Local air regulators have extended their spare the air alerts, which banned the burning of wood. Through Tuesday. The amount of smoke is less thanks to onshore winds and fire crews making progress on the fires. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan, greediness and support today comes from fieldwork brewing craft beer delivered at home within three hours, seven Bay Area locations. More it fieldwork brewing dot com The Postal.

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KQED Radio

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Talking about black lives matter here, which I'll come out here with the signing out here and I don't agree with what the police do. I don't even like the police. But at the end of the day The people of Oakland of this part of the air. We still have to live here. He's Richelle. Maria Dylan spoke earlier today with Oakland Mayor Libby Shaft chef said she supports the protests, but not the property damage. Oakland has long been a place that is Very comfortable protesting and demanding social justice and I joined with people who are enraged about the state of racial justice and police brutality in this country. However, we will not tolerate Arson and vandalism. And so I say to people who righteously feel angry. Please get involved get involved in changing the laws in putting in better leader. This is the way to express and take action on that rage. OPD says. The people arrested Wednesday night weren't Oakland resident so they don't have skin in the game. They might not care if they're local Walgreens is closed because of damage. That is correct. All of the people arrested on Wednesday night were non Oakland resident. I remain concerned that Vandals are producing images that Donald Trump will continue to use in his twisted campaign strategy. In the Republican convention, We saw Mike Pence really deceived the American people about the brutal murder of David Patrick Underwood, the subtle security agents that was murdered during one of the protests, but not by protesters. But in fact, by right wing extremists, and Mike Pence really deceived the American people by suggesting that that murder was affiliated with The demonstrations for racial justice. And these images are exactly what the Trump campaign wants. I really hope that people are aware that that is the type of Result that could be happening from participation in these after dark marches that truly our shields for vandalism, and the message of the movement is getting lost when that type of damage results. Oakland Police have been criticized by activists and judges over crowd control policies, especially in connection with the racial justice protests here in June. What are you doing to make sure we don't see a repeat of that? We did not deploy any tear gas or used any of those types of non lethal crowd control. We have been very careful to minimize any use of force to be sure that we're facilitating safe spaces. For protest. That is my clear direction. And I really urge people to be mindful that if a protest is organized after dark that includes marching in the streets. You too, may be facilitating this type of Very unacceptable activity that is not forwarding the cause. Oakland Mayor Libby Shaft speaking with ladies Richelle Maria Dylan, and I'm Terrorist Siler News. Support comes from Bay Area Toll Authority Nu ETI fast track Express lanes opening soon more at get fast tracked dot com Support for cake comes from PG.

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KQED Radio

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I love the president's intensity and his willingness to fight every day in Washington for our families. But what I also appreciate about the president is something most Americans never get to see. How much he truly cares about people. Our family has seen it two years ago. Our nephew Eli was killed in a car accident. He lived a mile up The road from us grew up wrestling and training with our boys was a high school state champion Varsity athlete for the University of Wisconsin. Saturday morning, three days after the accident. Walk to the car to head up to utilize parents home when the president called We talked about a few issues. And then he asked how the family was doing said they're doing OK, Mr President, but it's tough President say, Yeah, Losing a loved one is always difficult. It's really tough when they're so young. Then said, Mr President, I'm actually walking into their house right now. Obviously, they don't know that I'm talking to you. If you'd be willing to say hello to realize, Dad, you'd make a terrible day, a little less terrible. What's his name? The president asked. I walk through the door and said Todd, the president wants to talk to you. For the next five minutes. Family and friends sat in complete silence as the president of the United States took time to talk to a dad who was hurting. That's the present I've gotten to know the last four years. President shared private moments like this with soldiers, victims of violent crime, and people who had business is destroyed by the mob. That's the individual who's made America great again, and who knows? America's best days are still in front of us, and that's why I busted my tail to help him get re elected. I'm asking you to do the same. Thank you and God bless our country. It was Congressman Jim Jordan, Republican of Ohio, more to come. We're going to take a short break. You're listeningto live special coverage from NPR news. And you're listening to the live special coverage of the Republican National Convention from Charlotte, North Carolina. Here on public radio. We're going to take a moment and check the news. Richelle Maria Dylan is here. An update on the fires, and we'll also check in with Julie devilish for traffic the time now it's 6 19. Live from Kait GT News. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan. The second person has died in the Ln You complex fires in Solano County. That's in addition to the PG and e worker who died last week assisting firefighters near Vaca Ville. And the three people who died on the other side of the fire and not Napa County. A 70 year old man has also died in the CCU complex fire near Santa Cruz and Santa Cruz. Sheriff Chief Deputy Chris Clark says. Others are still unaccounted for missing persons. We that count stands at four and we started for missing people. That we're trying to determine where they are. Samity, Sam Matteo, Solano and Cinema counties have no reports of missing people. Fire officials in Sonoma County say they're making progress on the Ellen you complex after an unexpected improvement in the weather last night. Forecasted lightning storms did not materialize, and a red flag warning was canceled this morning. Cal Fire's Noma Unit chief Ben Nichols says there was no sign of fire growth in the area. And he says big trees and Armstrong Woods are faring well. It's been a backing fire, which is a lower intensity fires and ahead fire, and at this point I would put out there that has followed. We've done nothing but good as its worth its way into the grove itself. Nickel says crews took full advantage of the humid air today in Oakland. I'm Marco Maria Dylan kick you in the news that we're going to take a moment and check the roadways..

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KQED Radio

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Good morning, Democrats at their convention tried to make the election about Mohr than ousting the president were the story of Joe Biden is public service and how he overcame tragedies. It's morning edition from NPR News. Coming up. We question one of last night's speakers. Sally Yates fired from the Justice Department after resisting a version of the Muslim ban. I'm Steve Inskeep. David Greene tonight will feature Kamala Harris and will focus this morning on her time at Howard University. Harris is the first graduate of a historically black college or university to be on a major party tickets. And with France seeing an uptick in Corona virus cases, masks will now be required at work there. It is Wednesday, August 19th former president Bill Clinton, who spoke of the convention last night. Turned 74 years old news is next. Live from Kait. Kiwi D News on Brian What the wildfire situation around the Bay Area got intense this morning. One of the series of fires burning through the North Bay has begun burning homes in Vacaville reporter Richelle Maria Dylan drove to Vacaville this morning and Richelle I have seen videos of fire trucks pulling up to homes to try to protect them. Do we have any sense of how many homes have been destroyed so far? No, not yet, Brian. I can only tell you what I've seen about a half a dozen buildings turning on Pleasant Valley Road, which is like the western edge of back of elves on DH. To be honest, I can't tell if those are some are obviously home because they have fireplaces. But others could be Barnes. There are Plant nursery's or something, and I asked some firefighters here. They don't know yet, either it this was a very fast moving situation all morning, and the fire has burned into Machiavelli proper, but no homes have been lost there. And Fairfield is threatened. That was all they could tell me. They're still assessing the damage. What are the firefighters telling you about the outlook for today? Well, I asked these firefighters how they're deploying resource is because it's the time of day when they assessed and allocate and they sort of jokes. What resource is which is not very courage ing At the moment, they're just getting a handle on things. There are fires burning across the Bay Area, this particular fire The Hennessy fire was part of a lightning complex that started to the west of here is burning from 80 upto East 505 and to the 1 28. Firefighters are in life safety mode. They say that means helping people evacuate homes and livestock and saving houses when they can, and they said most people are complying with the evacuation orders. On DH moving out. I don't see many folks around here. And I have seen the picture that you tweeted of livestock actually trying to move around this fire. I imagine that they you are seeing Cem plans being implemented to make sure that cows and other animals get out. Yeah, I was driving up this way. I saw her trust against offense. You know, they were made nervous by the flames up on a ridge and and wanted to get out and I saw a cow in someone's front yard is in his garden and it had escaped, And I also found a couple that had been killed. So, Yeah, it's dangerous Fire, and the weather isn't going to help there. There's an inversion layer the same thing that has been taking us in this heat wave across the region. Ah, weak, but that's pushing the smoke to the ground. It's unpleasant, of course on dream. I am there's ash falling right now, but it also means that they can't get Water dropping aircraft or helicopters here because there's just terrible visibility. It felt like I was driving into a big brown cloud. A ZAY was coming up 80 from the Bay Area proper. Reporter Richelle Maria Dylan. Thanks very much. Thanks, Brian. Please stay.

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KQED Radio

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Much time teachers will be expected to prepare and teach, especially how much they'll teach life on zoom. Despite the uncertainty for students and their families. Andrea Dooley, who has two boys at Oakland Tech and is president of the parent teacher Student Association, says she isn't too worried. Oakland Tech is a huge school, so it is often already a little bit hectic in the first week where kids don't have all their textbooks and don't have their class schedule set in an email. Oakland Unified School Board president Jody London said she's hopeful that the two sides will settle soon. I'm Sarah Husseini kick you in the news. The East Base. First bus line with dedicated lanes has opened CDs or kill Maria Dylan has more A C transit has given its new bus rapid transit line, a special name. Tempo, but it actually just replaces the busy line One, which runs from the San Leandro Bart Station through east Oakland to 20th and Broadway. Uptown Tempo has brand new buses that can interact with traffic lights to speed their way. And 46 stations, mostly in the middle of international Boulevard. Transit planners say the dedicated lane will mean less bunching of buses, with writers waiting no more than 10 minutes during peak commuting ours. The project took 20 years cost $232 million faced stiff opposition from business owners on international. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan News More at dot org's I'm Daniel. Venting support comes from.

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KQED Radio

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Maria Dylan in Oakland. If you recognize that theme, you're having an animal crossing summer. If not, that's okay. Videogames aren't everyone's thing just know that they are big business, especially here in the Bay Area. Every summer, San Francisco hosts the GDC or the game Developers Conference, a major industry gathering for anyone who makes ourselves video games. This year, it was held online. But there was lots to talk about These additive on the moody attended, virtually, of course, and she's here to tell us more. Hi. Hey, so I understand that the video game industry has done really well during the pandemic. But how do we know? How do we measure that? The gaming industry has seen massive growth during the pandemic. It's been so popular that twitch a site where you can watch other gamers play games surpassed three billion hours, watched on the platform for the first time. But what's interesting is that surgeon gaming has affected gaming companies differently. The big companies like PlayStation and Nintendo have big support staffs to handle an influx in business. But I heard a talk from Jack Box games that saw a massive influx of new customers and had to find a way to handle it all. Here's my builder, Jack Box game CEO. He says. The company is used to seeing a lot of traffic during the holidays when people are together. We can certainly anticipate a few big holiday weekends each year, and we can prepare infrastructure for that increased traffic. But what we didn't anticipate was daily traffic that was going to be at that level, which led to server outages and increased help tickets and Jack Buck's laid out how they had to handle those problems. So what about the bigger gaming companies? How have they been affected by this Increased demand? Well, I can tell you one thing. The Nintendo switch has become one of the hottest consul sold during the pandemic. Nintendo reportedly sold close to six million switch units in the past three months alone. I've been trying to buy one myself, and I found that if they're not sold out near, you will probably have to pay an arm and a leg to get one. Like, how much are we talking here, like 400 to $500. That's almost $200 above the pre Kovach. List Price. Okay, That's the only thing that makes me glad that I haven't jumped on the animal crossing bandwagon. So apart from the increases in sales because of Cove in has anything else changed in the gaming industry this year? Yeah, this year marks the first year that the California Consumer Privacy Act also called the CCP A comes into effect. It's a huge privacy law that basically allows California residents to see what personal information companies are collecting about them. And it's giving many in the gaming industry. Cem pause. Will Butcher, a member of the video Game Bar Association, says this law effects nearly all game developers in order for it to apply. If meet two criteria. The first is you have to do any business in California. That almost everyone here and to be clear you could do business in California by doing business with Apple or Google. It's very likely in this industry that you do business in California. Now. There are other criteria that businesses have to meet for the CCP to apply to them, but it was nonetheless a talking point at the conference. So during this pandemic, I totally get why video game sales are doing really well, but is the industry at all worried about addiction or online harassment? I watched a few panels about ethics in video games. And they did talk about addiction and online harassment, but also about how games should have more diverse characters that represent different races or genders. How games can address climate change and social justice issues and how game developers should be thinking about ethics as part of the game development, and some of these talks gave developers some tools for how to start conversations within their companies. Like putting less emphasis on how addictive a game can be. Or at the outset of starting game development, creating characters that aren't just tokens or stereotypes. Oddity. Vonleh Moody is cuties, Silicon Valley reporter Oddity. Thank you so much for chatting with me. Thanks so much for having me I'm Rika Maria Dylan and you're listening to kick you in the news support comes from personal capital, offering instant access to financial tools and advice from home..

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"maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from kick you. Edie News. I'm Markel Maria Dylan. California's Department of Corrections has rejected petitions from San Quentin inmates who want to be released because of the covert 19 outbreak there. Hey, cuties. Shannon Lin reports 42 prisoners at San Quentin filed individual petitions asking for immediate release. They argue keeping them locked up amounts to cruel and unusual punishment because of the danger of Corona virus infections in the prison in Marin County Superior Court Judge Group the petitions into a single case in order the state to respond But the department rejected the requests, arguing that the inmates did not provide enough evidence for their claims. Charles Carbone, an attorney representing some of the petitioner's disagrees, The proof is in the pudding. The proof is in the 22 people that needlessly die these preventable death and then the well over 2000 other inmates over the course of the epidemic at San Quentin, who've been infected. Marin County Superior Court is expected to rule in the case by the end of the month. I'm Shannon Lin Kick Edie News. Officials in San Mateo, San Francisco and Santa Clara counties have hair it out an agreement to put a Caltrain sales tax measure on the November ballot. As Kiki Beedies, Dan Breaky reports, the deal apparently resolves an impasse. At the rail agency said could have led to a shutdown. The agreement would allow residents of the three Caltrain counties to decide on a 1/8 sent sales tax that backers say is critical to helping the rail agencies survived the corona virus crisis and expand future service. But a dispute over how the rail agency is managed threatened to keep the tax proposal off the ballot. San Mateo County, which paid for the Caltrain right of way, has managed the system since 1991. But officials from San Francisco and Santa Clara County have insisted on having a bigger role in running the agency. The newly announced deal will set up a process to repay sama Tail County and change how Caltrain is governed. I'm damn breaky! Who's And in politics, a pole, just released by Berkeley's Institute of Governmental Studies finds former Vice President Joe Biden has opened up a 39 point lead over President Donald Trump. Among likely California voters. Ladies politics editor Scott Shaffer has more. It's no surprise buying this far ahead of Trump in a state that overwhelmingly supported Hillary Clinton four years ago. But the breath of Biden support is wide and deep. He leads the president in every region of the state, including the Central Valley, where Trump support is slipping. 65% of likely voters also have a favorable opinion of the black lives matter Movement and among those voters. Biden leads by a 30 to 1 margin. Biden clearly doesn't need any help winning the state but as the presumptive nominee considers his running mate survey found that Democrats would be happy with either California Senator Kamala Harris or Congresswoman Karen Bass, although Harris is much better known, with 44% saying they had no opinion of bass. I'm Scott Shaffer News. In text. Silicon Valley Congresswoman Anna issue is asking Facebook CEO Mark Sucker Berg to intervene and remove a doctored video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Ladies Alice Wolfe Fleet reports. The video posted last Thursday was altered to make Pelosi appear drunk. Issues letter says it's been viewed on Facebook more than two million times. Twitter, YouTube and Tic Tac have all deleted the doctor clip, but Facebook left the video up while labeling it as partly untrue. Congress. Woman s U says in failing to take the video down Facebook is actively playing a role in disseminating political disinformation. Facebook faced criticism last May when it declined to take down another falsified video of Pelosi. I'm Alice will flee the news. Finally, San Jose City manager says they'll be conducting a nationwide search for a new police chief of police. That's after the current chief Eddie Garcia, announced he'll retire at the end of the year. Mercia has been credited with reviving a police force that was suffering from low morale after years of financial constraints. He's also faced criticism, most recently for aggressive tactics used by the San Jose police officers against black lives matter. Vince traitors. Police reform at Get Rush. Jay Dev expects the new chief will face heightened expectations from the community. The new threshold is, are they going to be responsive to major structural changes in the department? Garcia has been in the department for 28 years and became chief in 2016 in Oakland. I'm Raquel Marie.

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Roundup trial: High-stakes trial over cancer claim begins

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Roundup trial: High-stakes trial over cancer claim begins

"A federal trial involving the popular weed killer roundup is set to begin today in San Francisco, kqei acuity is Raquel Maria. Dylan reports more than nine thousand people have sued. Bayer claiming roundup causes non-hodgkin's lymphoma, Edwin Harman's case was picked as a test trial in federal court for years. The sonoma's residents braid round up around his property to control poison oak. He was diagnosed with cancer in two thousand fifteen the EPA says, the primary chemical and roundup glyphosate is not carcinogenic to humans, but researchers with the World Health Organization say it probably is. Bayer says the herbicides has been an essential tool for farmers for the past forty years. It bought Monsanto for sixty three billion dollars last year, but Bayer's stock price plunged after a San Francisco state court awarded. Two hundred eighty nine million dollars to a school groundskeeper from Venetia in August damages were later reduced to seventy

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Peter Strzok fired from FBI: Special agent texted about his dislike for Trump

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00:43 sec | 3 years ago

Peter Strzok fired from FBI: Special agent texted about his dislike for Trump

"Longtime FBI, agent Peter Struck, has been fired. Over his anti-trump text messages struck lost. His job last week but NPR's Carrie Johnson reports that is fine Firing was not made public until now a lawyer for Peter Struck says the counterintelligence agent was. Fired late Friday the lawyer says the FBI deputy director ordered the dismissal overruling recommendation for. A sixty day suspension strikes text messages about political candidates with an FBI lawyer were uncovered by the inspector general but he says, there's no, evidence has personal views, ever affected, his work, on the Clinton. Email investigation or the Russia probe strokes lawyer. Says the firing is the result of political pressure and he says it departs from typical FBI.

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Suicide blast kills 14 near Afghanistan airport

An Economy of One

04:10 min | 3 years ago

Suicide blast kills 14 near Afghanistan airport

"He's in Washington, I'm Louise Schiavone. The Justice department is made the unprecedented move of releasing documents from the FBI's request to a special court for permission to surveilled. Former Trump campaign advisor Carter page NPR's. Mara Liasson reports. The President Trump is claiming that the documents confirmed the investigation into Russian election at your favorites is a rigged witch hunt. This is the first Fiso wiretap application ever made public. The declassified document was heavily redacted, but it shows that the application relied on evidence that Russia had tried to recruit page back in two thousand thirteen. It also relied on evidence from that dossier compiled by a former British intelligence agent President Trump tweeted this morning that the document proves his campaign was spied on Republicans in an effort to discredit the origins of the whole Russia investigation have been saying that the FBI abused its power because it relied improperly on the dossier Democrats say the FIS appliques. Was appropriate Mara Liasson NPR news One concept that emerged from the Helsinki summit last week is that the US and Russia might work together to help Syrian. Refugees return to their war-torn country but the. Head of US central command. General Joseph Patel tells ABC news. He's not convinced that US Russia cooperation should expand beyond the card. Coordination over Syrian airspace We should be doing anything more with. Russia right now I've not. For that I don't think that. We ought to be doing militarily with them right now Beyond what. We are currently we're currently doing votes l. told ABC and the Wall Street Journal that Russia's support of the Syrian, regime gives him significant pause and Afghanistan the Islamic state says it was behind a. Suicide bombing near Kabul international airport today that killed at least fourteen people the BBC's Catherine Davis reports. The blast coincided with the return of the country's exiled vice president cramps, of people including high ranking officials had gathered on, the tarmac to welcome general Dostam there was tight security for the event which was broadcast live on television but minutes after his. Convoy left the app airport an explosion occurred blast is set to. Have gone off near the main entrance where people had also been waiting general Dostum's return and the. Reason he left has. Been a subject of much speculation he went to techy. Often accusations of involvement. In the kidnap rate and torture of a political rival he's denied any wrongdoing And insists. He was in Turkey for medical treatment the BBC's Catherine Davis European Union officials are doing Washington later this week to meet with President Trump about trade this after the conclusion of, the meeting of. G twenty finance ministers and central bankers and Buenos Aires where trade was topic a this is NPR news from news, I'm Racquel Maria Dylan there's a small brush fire burning in a county park in. The hills of Milpitas the country fire has burned a couple hundred acres of grass already and is. Twenty five percent contained Cal fire officials say no homes are threatened so, far fire departments from around the south bay and, air tankers are already responding and some hikers were rescued no evacuation orders have been issued yet now too adorable baby sea otters. The marine mammal center in sausalito wants the public's help to name. An otter pop this particular pop had a rough start to life when she was first stranded she. Was suffering from demo Eric acid. Poisoning now she's recovering well and needs a name it turns out there. Are rules, for naming. A sea otter it's more like naming a Kentucky Derby horse than choosing a name for a. Family pet the center can't reuse names that would violate the terms of their licensed to treat wild animals veterinarian Abby McClain, says even animals will be released. Back into the ocean. Need names it really helps us because just memorizing numbers is very difficult especially when. You have hundreds of patients on site at one time and because the only thing cuter than a..

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Cats choreographer Gillian Lynne dies aged 92

TED Radio Hour

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Cats choreographer Gillian Lynne dies aged 92

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