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"marie martin" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:47 min | 2 months ago

"marie martin" Discussed on NPR News Now

"I'm only i go via in miami overseas to baghdad. Now rockies air anti-american slogans today packing the streets leading to the landmark to rear square in central baghdad on the first anniversary the killing of the top iranian general qassem selemani hundreds of supporters of iranian backed militias in iraq held on night vigil at the site. Where he was killed. The bbc's sebastian usher the king of general suleimani along with nine others including an iraqi militia leader was the most inflammatory act but trump administration carried out in its confrontation with iran. There were fears. The assassination of one of the most powerful figures in iran could trigger a new war in the region. The region is in a state of alert waiting to see if iran will take any military action most likely through its proxies to mark the anniversary with the us and israel threatening a devastating responsive. It does the unpredictability of the final days of the presidency of donald trump has added to the anxiety and you're listening to npr news. The death toll from the corona virus pandemic in the us now tops. Three hundred fifty thousand figures compiled by johns hopkins university. Show the country pass at mark early today. More than twenty million americans have been infected. Several states have reported a record number of cases over the past few days including north carolina and arizona well. Some economists predicted a drop in remittances flowing to latin america and twenty twenty due to the pandemic in guatemala remittances grew to a historic level last year and are expected to increase even more in two thousand twenty one as marie martin reports watermelons working outside the country many in the us setback. Some ten billion dollars in twenty. Twenty economists say these remittances supported almost forty percent of the nation's population helping create economic stability in the central american country. Were over sixty percent of people live in poverty in the last twenty years yearly remittances sent back to families have become a significant part of what melissa economy this helps local economies especially in poor provinces which send greater numbers of migrants north in search of a better life. The president of what a america's national bag for cease a ten percent increase in remittances for twenty twenty one for npr news. Money martin luther king in other members of the royal family planning to visit the area today where rescue teams are still searching for at least six people who remain missing following wednesday's landslide a carried away homes in a village. North of oslo rescuers have recovered at least four bodies. This is npr news..

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"marie martin" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:40 min | 3 months ago

"marie martin" Discussed on NPR News Now

"I'm desert diario in new york. The united nations office of human rights is calling for an investigation of a police. Crackdown on protesters and guatemala. This weekend demonstrations continue. People are angry about a budget that cuts social programs. Marie martin reports sunday's protest in central city the smaller than that hill saturday but the demands were the same sweater out with corrupt politicians especially president alejandro update at the establishment lawmakers. Who approve the controversial budget. The also called for an end to the police. Brutality that left. Dozens injured at saturday's protest. Meanwhile many including opposition politicians are calling for the justice department to investigate possible government involvement in the burning of what a melissa store. Co. congressional building saturday for npr news. I'm mighty martin empty. This is npr news. President elect. Joe biden is expected to name his proposed cabinet tuesday multiple news outlets are reporting. He'll nominate anthony. Blinken for secretary of state he had served as deputy secretary of state and deputy national security adviser during the obama administration and has close ties to biden during the campaign. Biden has criticized. Trump's go it alone foreign policy and pledged to recommit to global packs. The centers for disease control and prevention are urging people not to travel for thanksgiving but many will npr's rebecca ramirez reports on some tips for trying to reduce the risk. Health experts. Say avoiding coronavirus begins with the usual suspects keep gathering small. Everyone should wear masks as much as possible. Wash hands frequently and maintain social distance beyond that. Try to gather outdoors. But if that's a no go. Experts say open all windows and doors. Keep central airing heating on constant circulation and consider getting a happe- filter for better ventilation and air filtration. In any case it's ideal to keep the visit as short as possible. Finally quarantine for two weeks afterwards to prevent spreading the coronavirus back home. Rebecca ramirez npr news. The american music awards were handed out sunday night in los angeles in person despite the pandemic although some of the artists hate their performances the limited audience members wore masks and set apart from each other taylor swift was named artist of the year for the third year in a row. She appeared virtually. I'm nora raum npr news..

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"marie martin" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:36 min | 4 months ago

"marie martin" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Our very best only glands best. Pierce County Sheriff's deputy has passed away following a medical emergency details coming up but first traffic with Marie Martin Now we're starting in Olympia, where a collision North found five of us. Wanna one is sitting off to the shoulder, but it's enough of a visual distraction to have drivers packed in starting right around Trosper way. Now you get past that issue, and then you're running into about a 4.5 mile back up again on North Bound five from DuPont Up to Berkeley Cruise at Berkeley cleared a collision. It was in the right hand lane. Everything is out of the way. But again still a 15 minute delay along that route north and five also heavy getting up to the Puyallup River Bridge with some additional delays around all, bro. Still a tough haul north and four or five between 167, North East 64th and scattered slowing on south on five on and off from Everett into shoreline. This report is sponsored by Discover Want to hear something amazing Discover matches all the cash back you earn on your credit card at the end of your first year. Learn more. Discover dot com slash match Limitations Apply. Cairo Radio Real time traffic memory Martin, now from the Cairo Radio New Center, at my northwest dot com The Pierce County Sheriff's Department is mourning a fallen deputy who passed away well on duty this morning, Daryl Shoe, we collapsed outside his patrol car and sped away. Startin, Darren Moss says medics rushed to that senior Pacific Avenue in military road. Obviously, when we get a call that there's an officer down, everybody rushes out there and we're concerned about was something bad that happened. Somebody attacked him, But at this point, it just seems like.

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Nicaragua: State must put an end to a year of brutal repression

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00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Nicaragua: State must put an end to a year of brutal repression

"It's been about a year since recent political turmoil began in Nicaragua the human rights group. Amnesty International is calling on the government of Daniel Ortega to put an end to what it calls. It's brutal repression Marie Martin reports atmosphere. International Cessna got authorities continue to violate the rights to Justice truth and reparations of hundreds of victims, the statement also accuses got one St. of hindering, the work of civil society and human rights monitors atmosphere, nationals America's director Eric got assist. Quote. This has got to stop the proclamation by the worldwide human rights group comes just as one commemorating one year since. Protests gates, social security reforms escalated into a full-blown rebellion against the government of the niller, which was put down brutally leaving over three hundred and thousands in prison an

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"marie martin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"marie martin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Negotiators face. A February fifteenth deadline to try to come up with a compromise on border security. President Trump has warned if they can't reach a deal by then the partial shutdown could resume more he may proclaim a national emergency in Brazil, the search expected to resume today for those missing following the collapse of a dam at an iron ore mine at least thirty four people are confirmed dead, but some two hundred fifty others remained missing. Catherine osborne. Reports this disaster now has claimed more victims than a similar mining tragedy for years ago, late Saturday in bloom, a genial Brazil volunteers sorted donations for disaster survivors and even helped rescue people stranded in the flood of mining waste. They were racing against time as the toxic mud solidified. It came from a mining damn that burst midday Friday echoing a thousand fifteen tragedy at. Mine run by the same company. Valet on Saturday volley received an over sixty six million dollar environmental fine and Brazilian judges froze over one point five billion dollars in the company's accounts. The funds will be used for immediate disaster relief for NPR news. I'm Catherine Osborne in Medina. And you're listening to NPR news. Police in Louisiana are in the middle of a man hunter searching for a man suspected of killing five people this weekend, including his parents and his girlfriend. They've named the suspect as twenty one year old Dakota -tario Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is fired. Canada's ambassador to China Trudeau says he asked for John mccallum's resignation Friday night did not offer reason. But McCallum has made controversial remarks about the extradition case involving a top executive from the Chinese telecom company. Hallway today is the last day of pope Francis. Visit to Panama for a world youth gathering hundreds of thousands expected to attend a closing mass for the event, including a number of world leaders has Maria Martin reports the closing event for the world. Youth gathering will take place at the huge metro park outside Panama City, thousands of young people are expected to attend. So as pilgrims from all Central America, and a number of regional and world leaders all to hear the closing message. From the first Latin American head of the Catholic church the presidents of Colombia, Portugal, Costa Rica, what Mullah Honduras, El Salvador will attend but not the niller of Nicaragua. Costa Rica's precedent colossal sit Saturday. He's access to hear the pope bring a message of peace to increasingly troubled Central America for NPR news. I'm Marie Martin at the Australian Open tennis tournament Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nidal squaring off in the men's final right now. Djokovic trying to win in Australia for a record seventh time for an dollar victory would make him the.

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"marie martin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"marie martin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The report identifies one hundred eighty-five Illinois, priests with credible abuse accusations against them another five hundred priests face allegations that have yet to be investigated. The state's ongoing probe says, the Catholic church in Illinois. Does not meaningfully investigate the claims if it does so at all Madigan says in many cases, the church has failed to notify law enforcement in a statement, the archdiocese of Chicago expressed quote, profound regret for the churches failures and it mourns quote, the grave damage done to the many people harmed by clergy sexual abuse. Madigan has said that criminal prosecution of the diocese may be possible. For NPR news. I'm max. Green. It's NPR. Russian President Vladimir Putin is in the middle of his annual news conference. It regularly runs for hours so far. He's talked about Russia's budget surplus infrastructure projects in foreign policy. Putin is cautioning about the risks of a growing arms race. He's blamed the Trump administration for leaving the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty. Nicaragua's government has expelled two groups from the country that have been investigating human rights abuses. Marie Martin reports. The groups are from the inter-american human rights commission of the organization of American states. The two groups a panel of independent experts in the so-called special monitoring mechanism for Nicaragua have been in the country for several months now investigating alleged abuses by security forces against anti-government protesters. The group of independent experts was at the verge of releasing its final human rights report when it's leaders received word they were no longer welcome. The country's foreign minister said the commission would be admitted again, only when quote. Nicaragua's serenity is respected and there's no more meddling in the country's internal affairs. The American human rights commission says it will continue to maintain contact with civil society and victims of human rights violations. And they got our for NPR news. I'm Marie Martin the second busiest airport in England is shutdown Gatwick airport. South of London says no flights are arriving or departing because of ongoing drone activity around the airport. Police are trying to find the drone operators Gatwick says there are significant delays, I'm korva Coleman. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include any of her pictures with vice starring Christian bale, Amy Adams, Steve corral, Sam Rockwell and Tyler Perry. A behind the scenes look at American power based on a true story in theaters everywhere. Christmas day. Coming up one of the big stories through the morning on morning edition, whether or enough to withdraw US forces from Syria. President Trump would like to do so other people including some top US. Military officials are.

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"marie martin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"marie martin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of disgust first this news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm trial Snyder two weeks of climate talks in Poland have resulted in a deal to strengthen the twenty fifteen Paris agreement that President Trump is planning to pull the US out of NPR's. Rebecca hersher, reports of the gauche eaters have agreed on follow-up follow-up rules to implement the accord under the Paris agreement nearly two hundred countries made promises about how much they would reduce greenhouse gases. The newly adopted rules lay out how countries will track their emissions and share that information with each other. It's a crucial step forward for holding countries accountable for their contribution to global climate change. But the latest science shows the promises countries have made already are not enough to avoid catastrophic. Global warming in the coming decades and despite two weeks of negotiations countries failed to agree on new more ambitious promises to reduce emissions per Becker. Hersher, NPR news Poland now going interior. Secretary Ryan Zinke is issued a statement explaining why he is leaving the administration at the end of the year. He says he cannot justify spending thousands of dollars defending himself and his family against false allegations. Zinke has been facing scrutiny over his travel, political activity and potential conflicts of interest. President Trump says plans to name a successor next week young migrant girl who died in the custody of US customs and border protection last week is being moored in her home country of Guatemala Maria. Martin reports poverty and violence continue to drive migration to the US despite tougher border enforcement seventy year old Jukka Nico had traveled to the United States with her father. They came from an indigenous community in the watermelon province of outta pass. They aren't the rate of poverty is over ninety percent over half live in extreme poverty. Seven hours after being caught by the border patrol the little girl was dead of septic shock empty hydration migrant advocates and what the mullahs. Are criticizing homeland security secretary Nielsen for Saint Jacqueline's family is responsible for her death as they chose to migrate what the Malas human rights. Ombudsman Rodas says the region's leaders should be developing the poverty stricken areas from which the migrants come Jacqueline's body is scheduled to be returned to what the mullahs. After an investigation for NPR news. I'm Marie Martin teachers in Los Angeles say they are prepared to go on strike. If their demands are not bad contract negotiations with the unified school district, the nation's second largest have stalled over issues including class size and salary. Thousands of teachers rallied in downtown LA this weekend, including Silvio sorrow about.

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Ebola outbreak in Congo grows to become world’s 2nd-worst

Morning Edition

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Ebola outbreak in Congo grows to become world’s 2nd-worst

"The murder of the high profile environmental activists are former employees of the company building the hydroelectric plant custody opposing when she was killed in two thousand sixteen as well as current and former members of the Honduran military does it is his family and their attorneys charge. The prosecution had withheld much important evidence throughout the trial. Her daughter loud, a SUNY got told the court CASA's family will continue to pursue the intellectual authors of her mother's murder and full Justice won't come until the entire truth regarding all responsible for benthic is killing is revealed. For NPR news. I'm Marie Martin children went on strike in Australia today, they walked out of their classes in several major cities demanding the government do more to combat climate change. Australia's one of the largest carbon emissions per capita. Partly because it relies on coal fired energy plants. The ustralian government has also weakened its commitment to the Paris climate accord, resources minister, Matt Canavan, criticized the strike, saying the children should be in school learning about science and mining. I'm Nora raum.

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EU scrambles to defy US Iran sanctions

TED Radio Hour

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

EU scrambles to defy US Iran sanctions

"The government of continued its crackdown on protests. Arrests were made of mortars perceived to be making political statements like marathon runner. Alex Vanegas who brought blue and white political science and a cardboard dove to the Milagro that you're cemetery in Managua, heavy police and military presence was reported in cemeteries around. He got our for NPR news. I'm Marie Martin gasoline. Prices continue falling across the US with the summer driving season. Over the latest Lundberg survey shows nationwide the cost of regular is down eight cents a gallon over the past two weeks. It's averaging two eighty five analyst trilby Lundberg says cheaper. Crude oil is the main reason for the price drop. Aaa says it's tracking shows regular averaging two seventy six a gallon across the US stock. Analysts say investors remain concerned about ongoing trade tensions between the US and China the markets in Japan, China and South Korea lost one percent or more today. Hong Kong, they fell more. Than two percent. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the William and flora Hewlett foundation, committed to supporting ideas and institutions to advance education for all preserve the environment and promote vibrant performing arts. More information is available at Hewlett dot org.

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"marie martin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"marie martin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"As the repression against protests has been increasing. Hundreds of heavily armed swat team forces showed up and drag protesters on the ground and shut them onto police trucks as video taken at the event shows reports say of these four dozen were arrested, many were well known activists and civil society leaders. Meanwhile, at the Augusto Sandino airport to well known one human rights leaders, I steal and Lodhi Cunningham were pulled off their planes and detained by immigration authorities. Then he got one center for human rights reported. Gusty was taken to the prison known as book, they were many political prisoners are held. And there have been reports of torture after being interrogated Cunningham was allowed back on her flight, the political turmoil. The last six months has left the population and terror and its economy in shambles. One got I want a small business owner is too scared to go to the protests and would only identify herself as CoCo for fear of retribution. You know, what is happening now is anybody who is opposing just by words just expressing that they disagreed with the government. They can be stretching and put in jail. They're organizing by neighborhoods to threaten people around. It's really tough. Now, the head of the organization of American states. We saw Mateo condemned. The repression human rights groups say at least three hundred and that got once have been killed and many more injured the majority by government forces since this country's political turbulence began on the eighteenth of April for NPR news. I'm Marie Martin. You're listening to all things considered Sears has filed for bankruptcy protection will hear all about it. Coming up in the next segment of all things considered right now, though, it's traffic with Julie. It's still very rough in the south bay with that fatality accident investigation. Still going on all lanes remain blocked. South went a one f Brokaw. Ashley, take you off the freeway at Guadeloupe parks parkways. We do have a big backup into Mountain View for Richmond. It's better news. The cleared the motorcycle crash eastbound eighty of Richmond Parkway recovering back to trail and two car. Fender benders, San Francisco, south one zero one after silver that's blocking the left lane..

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"marie martin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"marie martin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Been increasing. Still hundreds of heavily armed swat team showed up and drag protesters on the ground and shut them onto police trucks as a video taken at the event shows we say of these four dozen were arrested, many were well known activists and civil society leaders. Meanwhile at the Augusta Sandino airport to well known one human rights leaders. I take us THEO and Larry Cunningham were pulled off their planes and detained by immigration authorities. The Nikkei center for human rights reported gusty you was taken to the prison known SAT book. They were many political prisoners are held. And were there have been reports of torture after being interrogated Cunningham was allowed back on her flight, the political turmoil. The last six months has left the population and terror and its economy in shambles one that got I want a small business owner is too scared to go to the protests and would only dented by herself as CoCo for fear of retribution. You know, what is happening now anybody who is opposing just by words just expressing that they disagree with the government. They can be threatened and put in jail. They're organizing by neighborhoods to threaten people around. It's really tough now. The head of the organization of American states. We saw Margot condemned. The repression human rights groups say at least three hundred and it got out once have been killed and many more injured the majority by government forces since this country's political turbulence began on the eighteenth of April for NPR news. I'm Marie Martin. You're listening to all things considered on WNYC in prisons across the United States. Women are disciplined more often than men almost always for low level nonviolent offenses. That's the finding of an investigation by NPR and the medical school of journalism at Northwestern University. We'll take a closer look at the study and the consequences coming up next..

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"marie martin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"marie martin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Been increasing. Still hundreds of heavily armed swat team showed up and drag protesters on the ground and shut them onto police trucks as a video taken at the shows reports say of these four dozen were arrested, many were well known activists and civil society leaders. Meanwhile, at the Augusta Sandino airport to well known one human rights leaders, I Gusti yo Cunningham were pulled off their planes and detained by immigration authorities. The Nikkei center for human rights reported Kostya was taken to the prison known as she bought. The were many political prisoners are held. And were there have been reports of torture after being interrogated Cunningham. What's allowed back on her flight, the political turmoil? The last six months has left the population and terror and its economy in shambles one that got I want a small business owner is too scared to go to the protests and would only identify herself as CoCo for fear of retribution. You know, what is happening now anybody who is opposing just by words just expressing that they disagree with the government. They can be threatened and put in jail. They're organizing by neighborhoods to threaten people around. It's really tough now. The head of the organization of American states. We saw Margot condemned. The repression human rights groups say at least three hundred and they got ones have been killed and many more injured the majority by government forces since this country's political turbulence began on the eighteenth of April for NPR news. I'm Marie Martin. You're listening to all things considered on WNYC in prisons across the United States. Women are disciplined more often than men and almost always for lower level nonviolent offenses. That's the finding of a new investigation by NPR and the middle school of journalism at Northwestern University. We're going to dig into the findings at coming up next..

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Nicaragua Clamping Down On Anti-Government Activity

NPR's World Story of the Day

02:59 min | 2 years ago

Nicaragua Clamping Down On Anti-Government Activity

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from e-verify supporting employers with secure employment eligibility verification moving at the speed of your business. So you can confirm with confidence. Let's go higher at e-verify dot gov. Slash go to Nicaragua now where it has been nearly six months since political turmoil erupted protests against proposed changes to social security pensions morphed into a full-scale revolt against the government of President. Daniel Ortega the government recently declared protests illegal and how it is clamping down hard on anti-government activity, Maria Morton reports. I'm Sunday a new opposition coalition called the that Nacional swirly Blanco, the blue and white national unity gathered on the Camino Lorient in Managua for a March demand government reforms, calling for the government to return to the national dialogue. The group was relatively small as the repression against protests has been increasing. Still hundreds of heavily armed swat team forces showed up and drag protesters on the ground and shut them onto police trucks. As video taken at the event shows reports, say of these four dozen were arrested, many were well known, activists and civil society leaders. Meanwhile, at the Augusta, something airport to well known one human rights leaders, I, they steal and Lodhi Cunningham were pulled off their planes and detained by immigration authorities. Then he got on center for human rights reported Kostya was taken to the prison known as cheap book. They were many political prisoners are held. And were there have been reports of torture after being interrogated. Cunningham was allowed back on her flight, the political turmoil. The last six months has left the population and terror and its Konami and shambles. One that got, I want a small business owner is to scare to go to the protests and would only identify herself as CoCo for fear of retribution happening. Now, anybody who is opposing just by words, just expressing that they disagree with the government. They can be threatened and put in jail. They're organizing by neighborhoods to threaten people around. It's really tough. Now, the. Head of the organization of American states. We sound motto, condemned the repression, human rights groups, say at least three hundred and that got I once had been killed and many more injured, the majority by government forces since this country's political turbulence began on the eighteenth of April for NPR news. I'm Marie Martin. Thanks for listening to this podcast. Discover the rest of the NPR portfolio at NPR dot org, slash podcasts that's NPR dot org, slash podcasts.

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Rapper Mac Miller has died at age 26

All Things Considered

03:59 min | 2 years ago

Rapper Mac Miller has died at age 26

"Rapper MAC Miller died yesterday at the age of twenty six. The Los Angeles County coroner's office says an autopsy will be performed to determine the exact cause of death. As NPR's, Justin. Richmond reports the entertainer scored five top ten releases on the billboard album chart and was supposed to start a tour next month. Mac. Miller's best known to the general public force former relationship with personal musical with pop star Ariana GRANDE. One

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Unlikely allies? Italian PM Giuseppe Conte meets Donald Trump

Latino USA

04:53 min | 2 years ago

Unlikely allies? Italian PM Giuseppe Conte meets Donald Trump

"Authorities say a second firefighter has been, killed while battling the huge Ferguson wildfire near Yosemite national park and. The death toll and the massive car wildfire near reading has now risen to six. Those are just two of the major fires burning across the state they're seventeen major fires. Going currently in. California with over two hundred thousand acres currently burning which is left the state resources really taxed and fire incident commander, Rick young says more than twelve thousand. Firefighters from around the country are helping battle, the blazes Italy's new prime minister. Meets President Trump at the White House today as NPR Sylvia. Pohjola reports the visit is seen. As a sign of growing friendship between Trump and the leader of Europe's I fully populist government making his debut on the global. Stage at the recent g seven summit. In Canada prime minister, Giuseppe Coon too impressed president trump who called him a really great guy at home content is overshadowed by his two deputies the leaders of the hard-right league and the anti-establishment five star movement their government is challenging italy's e you partners with harsh anti-migrant measures and pro-russia policies as well as raising doubts whether italy will remain in the euro-zone positions likely to be embraced by trump sylvia pohjola reporting from rome it's now been one year since the credit reporting agency equifax uncovered one of the worst data breaches in history exposing the personal information of millions of consumers n._p._r.'s amy held reports the company has largely returned to business as usual one hundred and forty seven million consumers had their personal information compromised after hackers accessed names birthdates and social security numbers and despite dozens of investigations and hundreds of lawsuits no penalties have been imposed on the company which operates in some two dozen country Stories Ed Moore's Wenski with consumer advocacy group. US perk recommends people. Continue to freeze their credit until they are sure. They are safe equifax, was so big it's very probable that some of the identity theft, occurring right now is because. Of the equifax hack last month equifax entered into, an agreement with financial regulators from eight states to boost security Amy held NPR news President Trump is again playing. The government shutdown card vowing not to, sign a budget Bill unless he gets full funding for an expanded border wall but appearing. On ABC's this week. Republican congressman Steve stivers of Ohio was playing down the chance of a shutdown as the November election nears I. Think we're gonna make sure we keep the government open but we're gonna get. Better policies on immigration Congress has given the president some wall. Funding but fire from the twenty five billion dollars he has, requested you're listening to NPR news in Washington The Oklahoma priest who was killed in one. Thousand nine hundred eighty one by Guatemala's. Military during the long civil war is closer to being sainted by the Catholic church as Maria Martin reports the. American was remembered over the weekend Stanley broker is now known in the Catholic church is blessed Stanley, Roper since he was declared beatified last September that's one step towards sainthood masses and other celebrations are taking place in his home state of. Oklahoma and also in the indigenous village of Santiago at plan in what. The mullahs where the church he pastored has become a place of pilgrimage so has the adjoining living quarters where the priests was shot to death it's now. A chapel full of flowers and burning candles and photos of. The martyred priest who decided to stay in San Diego even after receiving death threats he said a shepherd, doesn't abandoned his flock for NPR news I'm. Marie Martin in. Antigua Guatemala fire officials in Greece Ray As the death toll from a wildfire that raged. Through a coastal area east of Athens to Ninety-one they also reported that twenty five people were missing, Sunday six days after Europe's deadliest forest fire and more than a century the death toll from Australia earthquake that struck Indonesia's popular tourist island. Of Lombok has risen to fourteen with more than one hundred sixty others. Injured the quake damaged more than a thousand homes and was felt in nearby Bali where no damage or casualties were reported US Geological Survey says the magnitude. Six point four quake struck at a relatively shallow depth of. Four point four miles I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington Support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the National Endowment for the arts the federal agency that's. Imports the arts and creativity in communities across, the nation more information is available at arts dot gov and, the listeners. Who support this in the our station.

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Washington, Thailand and Npr discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

04:29 min | 2 years ago

Washington, Thailand and Npr discussed on Morning Edition

"Live from npr news in washington i'm nora raum divers in northern thailand have begun the process of rescuing twelve schoolboys and their coach from the cave where they've been trapped since june twenty third michael sullivan reports from shanghai that are thirties were worrying their window of opportunity was closing with heavy rains coming they could flood the cave even more the local governor says the operation began at ten a m local time that the divers taking the boys out or a mixed group of foreign specialists and tie navy seals and that the first boy probably wouldn't be brought to the entrance to the cave for at least eleven hours which means it's going to take a while to get them all out and the rain is starting already michael sullivan reporting from thailand workers are preparing to lift a sunken boat off the coast of thailand today it went down a storm thursday near the island of pook cat killing at least forty one people mostly tourists from china at least fourteen people are still missing secretary of state mike palm peyot says he believes that north korea will stay true to its commitment to dismantle its nuclear program even after north korea suggested it's will could falter npr's elise hugh reports the divisions opened up after two days of highlevel talks npr young pompeo and his north korean counterpart discussed how to implement the broad outlines of an agreement made between president trump and kim jong un last month but differences emerged soon after pompeo left pyongyang north korea said the united states betrayed the spirit of last month's agreement by demanding complete verifiable and irreversible denuclearization north korea favors a phased drawdown speaking to reporters sunday pompeo emphasized kim jong un did commit to denuclearize in june steel i'm hopeful that we will find a path forward to achieve that commitment that chairman kim himself made personally to president trump and then to the world the secretary of state will head next to vietnam elise hugh npr news soul in california wildfires are burning from the northern border with oregon to the southern border with mexico q e d john's sepulveda's reports record hot weather is hampering firefighting efforts throughout many areas of california the son cannot be seen because of the thick haze from smoke that fills the sky over the heat from the sun can definitely be felt as temperatures in many places are reaching triple digit record highs near the oregon border high temperatures have mixed with dry forest to fuel a fire that covers more than thirty square miles the klamath and fire as it's called has killed at least one person on the central coast near santa barbara evacuations were ordered in at least twenty homes have been destroyed by wildfire and here in san diego county a wildfire jumped a fire line and burned down eighteen structures in mobile home park in all three areas of the state whether is expected to call during the coming week for npr news i'm john sepulveda's in san diego this is npr news authorities in japan say several million people are out of their homes after torrential rains caused floods and landslides at least fifty four people died and dozens are still missing some roads have been closed and rail service was suspended for a time and more rain is expected today and tomorrow the government of guatemala has given the survivors of the communities hardest hit by the june third volcanic eruption just a few more days to search for the remains of their loved ones and as maria martin reports the official death count has risen officials statistics in what the malas say fatalities from the volcanic eruption are up to one hundred thirteen with three more victims identified the official search for victims of the eruption of the volcano call forego had been called off several weeks ago the what the modern disaster area since the area is too risky and still vulnerable to all chemic activity but in the hardest hit communities have los look this rodeo townspeople continue to search for remains of their loved ones they say we'll keep looking even if the government doesn't help as they work mostly on their own or with other volunteers to fight whatever remains of their families the government has given them only until wednesday of next week to do the sad job of digging through the ash and destruction for npr news marie martin and i'm thinking what the mullahs the leaders of ethiopia eritrea met today for the first time in nearly twenty years in the capital of eritrea the visit from the.

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"marie martin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"marie martin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For npr news i'm marie martin enough detail what the mullahs world financial markets asian markets were higher by the closing bell the nikkei and the hang sang both up more than eight tenths of a percent european markets are trading and mixed territory us futures contracts are positive this is npr news president trump hosted a ceremonial if tar dinner last night marking the muslim holy month of ramadan which ends next week if jars mark the coming together of families and friends to celebrate a timeless message of peace clarity and love there's great love during ramadan muslims fast from sunrise to sunset the iftars the meal that breaks that fast wednesday nights events attended by vice president mike pence treasury secretary steve mnuchin and embassador from jordan bosnia iraq egypt indonesia and saudi arabia said the gathering honors the sacred tradition of one of the world's great religions the golden state warriors are just one game away from winning their second consecutive nba championship beating the cleveland cavaliers last night in game three with one shot back bad memories for the cavs marquee rookie of member station w cpn reports for all the stars on the warriors team it was just one who stood out so when reporters asked coach steve kerr about the role players he started and then stopped we should probably go back to kevin durant shouldn't we durant's dominated the game pouring in forty three points with thirteen rebounds the biggest was a three point shot with about a minute to go they gave his team a six point lead he shot almost the same last minute dagger in game three of last year's finals cleveland's lebron james that's what he does is the score he's assassinated that was that was one of those assassin plays right there last year the cats did come back and win game for at home they'll try that again friday night for npr news i'm marc you ricky in cleveland and i'm janine herbst npr news in washington a two thousand fourteen un report details the abuse it contributors include snp global market intelligence committed to delivering essential data and insights to business and financial professionals smp global market intelligence know what matters.

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Trump hosts first iftar dinner

Morning Edition

02:15 min | 2 years ago

Trump hosts first iftar dinner

"For npr news i'm marie martin enough detail what the mullahs world financial markets asian markets were higher by the closing bell the nikkei and the hang sang both up more than eight tenths of a percent european markets are trading and mixed territory us futures contracts are positive this is npr news president trump hosted a ceremonial if tar dinner last night marking the muslim holy month of ramadan which ends next week if jars mark the coming together of families and friends to celebrate a timeless message of peace clarity and love there's great love during ramadan muslims fast from sunrise to sunset the iftars the meal that breaks that fast wednesday nights events attended by vice president mike pence treasury secretary steve mnuchin and embassador from jordan bosnia iraq egypt indonesia and saudi arabia said the gathering honors the sacred tradition of one of the world's great religions the golden state warriors are just one game away from winning their second consecutive nba championship beating the cleveland cavaliers last night in game three with one shot back bad memories for the cavs marquee rookie of member station w cpn reports for all the stars on the warriors team it was just one who stood out so when reporters asked coach steve kerr about the role players he started and then stopped we should probably go back to kevin durant shouldn't we durant's dominated the game pouring in forty three points with thirteen rebounds the biggest was a three point shot with about a minute to go they gave his team a six point lead he shot almost the same last minute dagger in game three of last year's finals cleveland's lebron james that's what he does is the score he's assassinated that was that was one of those assassin plays right there last year the cats did come back and win game for at home they'll try that again friday night for npr news i'm marc you ricky in cleveland and i'm janine herbst npr news in washington a two thousand fourteen un report details the abuse it contributors include snp global market intelligence committed to delivering essential data and insights to business and financial professionals smp global market intelligence know what matters.

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"marie martin" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"marie martin" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"He came right up to us we managed to escape through the son miguel estate i only managed to find two of my children last night my two daughters grandson and my son a missing together with the rest of my entire dominated another eruption early on monday ahead more from journalist marie martin in the town of antigua about thirty kilometers north west of the volcano early sunday morning i looked out my window and there was a bigger than usual cloud coming out of the volcano i really felt like it felt like the end of the world because everything was stark going outside there was the rain it's the rainy season but this was rain like we haven't seen before it was large particles of ash that felt hot to the touch this is a certainly a public health concern right now and this is not to talk about the areas that were most affected in the province of squeezed la where they're talking about sevilla just just being wiped off the face of the land and the lava flow came unexpectedly some people are going to work in this area even though there's been another eruption yes the volcano is affecting in particular three provinces suck up the fikus and sweet glut end she might benign go but it's reaching other places as far north as the province of chair and other read a bus that are you know six hours away from from the capital and from level k no are feeling the this reign of of kavak ash i'll be far able to co what's the advice to people living near the volcano at the moment there spin an army of a rescue workers from military people to the disaster agency gun brad to the armed forces that have been deployed in this massive rescue mobilisation the precedent of what the mala jimmy morales is in the area of squeezed law right now talking to the rescue workers and there's been a massive mobilization.

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"marie martin" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"marie martin" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"He came right up to us we managed to escape through the son miguel estate i only managed to find two of my children last night my two daughters grandson and my son a missing together with the rest of my entire dominated another eruption early on monday ahead more from journalist marie martin in the town of antigua about thirty kilometers north west of the volcano early sunday morning i looked out my window and there was a bigger than usual cloud coming out of the volcano i really felt like it felt like the end of the world because everything was stark going outside there was the rain it's the rainy season but this was rain like we haven't seen before it was large particles of ash that felt hot to the touch this is a certainly a public health concern right now and this is not to talk about the areas that were most affected in the province of squeezed la where they're talking about sevilla just just being wiped off the face of the land and the lava flow came unexpectedly some people are going to work in this area even though there's been another eruption yes the volcano is affecting in particular three provinces suck up the fikus and sweet glut end she might benign go but it's reaching other places as far north as the province of chair and other read a bus that are you know six hours away from from the capital and from level k no are feeling the this reign of of kavak ash i'll be far able to co what's the advice to people living near the volcano at the moment there spin an army of a rescue workers from military people to the disaster agency gun brad to the armed forces that have been deployed in this massive rescue mobilisation the precedent of what the mala jimmy morales is in the area of squeezed law right now talking to the rescue workers and there's been a massive mobilization.

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US citizen shot to death in Nicaragua's capital amid unrest

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

02:38 min | 2 years ago

US citizen shot to death in Nicaragua's capital amid unrest

"The country's chief law enforcement officer he would be obstructing himself new york times correspondent maggie haberman tells npr the lawyers are trying to avoid the president answering questions the risk that he would expose himself to acusations of making a false statement to federal investigators which is a potential crime and a potential impeachable offense the letter also says trump could terminate the investigation or issue pardons if you wished rudy giuliani newer member of trump's legal team told nbc's meet the press that's true but it could lead to impeachment who could leave i mean if you terminated an investigation of himself giuliani says trump could pardon himself but he wouldn't camille domino npr news white house economic adviser larry cudlow says canadian prime minister justin trudeau is overreacting to new us tariffs on aluminum and steel kudlow calls it a family quarrel canada is going to retaliate pope francis is decrying the violent political crisis in nicaragua saying armed forces are repressing social protest the death toll continues to climb and as marie martin reports in american citizen is among the dead forty eight year old sixto henrietta owned a bar in managua reports say he'd left work late friday to help a friend being attacked in the street violence plagued nick for six weeks that i was found shot to death on the streets saturday morning the center for human rights in managua's has upwards of one hundred people have not been killed in the bloody political unrest meanwhile there are reports of death threats against to religious representatives of the now stalled national dialogue the organization of american states is calling for new elections in two thousand nineteen but many antigovernment protesters say they want president vanilla theta to step down immediately for npr news i'm maria martin a new report from the the afghan government and the u n finds nearly half of school age children in afghanistan don't go to school jennifer glass reports girls in particular are left behind the girls are in school at all is considered progress after the taliban banned education for females seventeen years after the taliban was driven from power girls still face significant disadvantages when it comes to education they're less likely to attend school for cultural or security reasons and more likely to drop out in part because of child marriages reporter jennifer glass this is npr from k q weedy news i'm tiffany cam high the state assembly rejected a.

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U.S. citizen killed in Nicaragua amid violence and social unrest

Weekend Edition Sunday

02:12 min | 2 years ago

U.S. citizen killed in Nicaragua amid violence and social unrest

"The middle class unapproved demonstrations are rare here protests calling for the government to step down have spread from the jordanian capital to other cities in the kingdom king of dolor has put on hold the latest electricity and gasoline price hikes the prime minister says it's up to parliament whether to approve the charity measures jane raff npr news amman jordan garage was political crisis now the violence has now claimed the life of an american citizen as maria barton reports forty eight year old six henry owned a bar in managua reports say he'd left work late friday to help afraid of being attacked in the street violence it's plagued nicaragua for six weeks that was found shot to death on the streets sad saturday morning then he got one center for human rights in managua's has upwards of one hundred people have now been killed in the bloody political unrest meanwhile there are reports of death threats against to religious representatives of the now stalled national dialogue the organization of american states is calling for new elections in twenty nine thousand nine but many antigovernment protesters say they want president daniel ortega to step down immediately for npr news i'm marie martin and you're listening to npr news a twenty page confidential letter written by president trump's lawyers argues that the president cannot be guilty of obstruction and the russia investigation or be subpoenaed to speak with special counsel robert muller letter was published by the new york times which says it was delivered to muller in january at lays out the argument that the president cannot have committed obstruction because the constitution gives the president absolute authority over federal investigations two weeks after the deadly school shooting in santa fe texas a houston foundation is giving twenty million dollars in seed money to study gun violence and the john and laura arnold foundation says it will raise another thirty million from other philanthropists to launch a national collaborative as laurie johnson of houston public media reports the collaborative will seek data driven answers on the causes and patterns of gun related violence in the united states scientists will examine characteristics have gun violence risk factors and interventions it'll be overseen by the.

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"marie martin" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"marie martin" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Reported killings in the worst crisis in our biggest eleven years in power for npr news i'm marie martin in array of supply and demand factors driving up the price of oil recently and steve beck nurses it could climb higher although sale oil producers have ramped up exports the opec cartel along with russia have successfully cut output production is also down in troubled venezuela president trump's to withdraw from the iran nuclear deal could further restrict supply meanwhile stronger world growth has boosted energy demand this week light sweet crude which one is lowest twenty six dollars per barrel two years ago went above seventy dollars for the first time since two thousand fourteen and kept rising saudi arabia makes no secret of its desire to push it to eighty dollars already gasoline prices are up more than fifty cents a gallon from year ago for npr news i'm steve beck nerd and this is npr news to more fissures have opened up this weekend near hawaii's kilowatt volcano latest fishers bring the number to seventeen since lava flows began more than a week ago one is near a geothermal energy plant workers they're removed thrifty thousand gallons of the chemical pentane stored at the site has precaution scientists are warning of the potential for a steam driven eruption it calloway summit israel's preparing for tomorrow's opening of the us embassy in jerusalem new fulfills president trump's campaign promise a series of festivities as being planned palestinians meanwhile are pledging a massive rally on the israel gaza border culminating a weekly campaign of demonstrations aimed at pressuring israel to relax a blockade on gaza within forty palestinians have been killed more than eighteen hundred wounded israel has been accused of using excessive force nasa says the next mars rover mission will carry a helicopter drone with it appears to opec reports at the space agency is hoping the march.

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"marie martin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"marie martin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The number of casualties for npr news i'm marie martin un security council team is in bangladesh today investigating the plight of hundreds of thousands of rohingya muslims who fled there for me and mar the violence in myanmar began last august when some raheen insurgents attacked security outposts and myanmar security forces responded by attacking rohingya towns it's been reported that thousands of people were killed some seven hundred thousand rohingya muslims have fled to bangladesh since then the security team heads to myanmar next week you're listening to npr news from washington the marvel movie of ventures infinity war some all time records this weekend and fears bob mondello has more as late as friday industry observers were saying the new vendors movie would land somewhere in the top five opening weekends in the us and might crack the top four internationally that would have been a spectacular start but the marvel superheroes blew past all those estimates with two hundred and fifty million dollars in three days of injuries infinity war has toppled the star wars film force awakens from the top spot in north america and with another three hundred and eighty million dollars in other countries at breezed past every international opening weekend except fate of the furious which had the advantage of opening its first week in china even without china the combined infinity war total of six hundred and thirty million dollars is easily the biggest opening worldwide in movie history bob mondello npr news washington t mobile and sprint have agreed to merge creating a twenty six and a half billion dollar company to compete with at and t and verizon the company will have to headquarters washington state and kansas and company officials say the merger would allow them to create a large scale five g network along without hundreds of new jobs and this merger has been intimidated for a while another attempted a merger was thwarted three years ago the two companies were poised to combine again in october but that deal was called off after what analysts said was a disagreement over control of the combined company the deal still has to be reviewed by the justice department and the fcc i'm janine herbst and you're listening.

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"marie martin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"marie martin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Church will give the nilotic government one month to reach agreement on formed demands by opposition groups including respect for human rights and press freedoms the protests come in the wake of deadly clashes between protesters at government security forces that some human rights groups say have left as many as sixty dead the government has not confirmed nor denied the number of casualties for npr news i'm marie martin yeah un security council team is in bangladesh today investigating the plight of hundreds of thousands of rohingya muslims who fled there from me and mar the violence in myanmar began last august when some rojita insurgents attacked security outposts and myanmar security forces responded by attacking rohingya towns it's been reported that thousands of people were killed some seven hundred thousand rohingya muslims have fled to bangladesh since then the security team heads to me and mar next week you're listening to npr news from washington and this is wnyc in new york i'm sean carlson governor andrew cuomo is making another trip to puerto rico today he says seven months after hurricane maria the island is still badly damaged speaking at kennedy airport this morning he said he was disappointed with the response from the trump administration he says the federal government quote never really stepped up to the plate i think it's more of a political response that feeds into their anti immigrant anti diversity political philosophy the problem there is that the people of puerto rico are not immigrants they are american citizens governor cuomo plans to meet with local leaders to discuss new york's efforts to help rebuild infrastructure earlier this month after the puerto rico electric power authority said it had restored power to nearly all of the island's residents a blackout left every customer on the island without power three people died and eight others were injured in a queens house fire the blaze broke out last night in a two story home an eighty two year old woman and eighty seven year old man and a thirty two year old woman were killed eight other people were taken area hospitals where three including an eight year old girl were listed in critical condition the other five or hospitalized in stable condition with injuries that are not believed to be lifethreatening in another fire this morning the fire department says three people including two children were hospitalized in critical condition after a blaze broke out in harlem apartment building the causes.

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"marie martin" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"marie martin" Discussed on NPR News Now

"The scrapping changes to the country's social security system after it triggered deadly protests and looting as maria martin reports more than two dozen people have been killed in the violence even after president than take i went to a national television sunday to announce a suspension of the reforms demonstrations continued in my now musae yet and get another one press reports said the people came up for more than the social security changes analysts say there's widespread discontent with authoritarian rule more violence was reported sunday night as students clashed with police in my now was polytechnic university the country specific cassette says it'll participate in talks with the government but it's still planning what they call a national march for peace and dialogue this afternoon for npr news i'm marie martin authorities in tennessee or still searching for the man who shot and killed four people at a waffle house restaurant in nashville for others were injured investigators say the suspect was armed with an assault style rifle and began shooting in the parking lot wearing only a jacket a customer is credited with wrestling the rifle away from the suspect this is npr news from washington southwest airlines is canceling dozens of flights today matt largely with member station k u t says the airline is inspecting its jets in response to last week's mid air engine explosion on a flight from new york to dallas that left one passenger dead and seven others injured nearly one hundred southwest flights are canceled today it follows almost fifty cancelled flights sunday and hundreds of delayed flights the dallas based airline has been scrambling to inspect all of its planes after a passenger was killed last week investigators believe cracks in an engine fan blade ultimately led to the explosion which hurled debris at the aircraft and shattered a window in a statement over the weekend southwest said it has tried to keep disruptions to a minimum as it works to complete the inspections on friday the faa gave us airlines twenty days to inspect the aircraft that has the type of engine that exploded for npr news i met largely in austin flight thirteen eighty was forced to make an emergency landing in philadelphia gas.

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"marie martin" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"marie martin" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Of the notorious pirate case cbs news time seven forty five time now to check sports sears bruce gallon all right peter inaction continuing at the winter games in south korea canadian cassi sharp gave her country its first medal with a goal in the halfpipe france's marie martin rod of added a sober to go with the one she took and so up four years ago american britta sigourney added actually edged out us teammate and lisa drew for the bronze the defending champion matti bowman of the us fell in her final round of final run during each of her last reruns actually so that was kind of a downer ice dancing competition highly touted canadian team of tests of virtue and scott more trying to become the most accomplished figure skaters olympic history right now there are a leading in that event tomorrow big day of course for americans skiing legend lindsay von scheele tackle her final will downhill event of an amazing career and she said she feel good after days today's practice run out in the course had a couple of different things with line today think some things worked out and some things didn't i think tomorrow he should be able to find a pretty good combination and skis didn't quite phil right today so uh pride change set up a little bit as well but in general i feel confidence um i feel good i'm gonna give it my all tomorrow and we'll see what happens that's the legendary through two year old lindsay vaughn on nbc sports baseball news the red sox head of the powerful back for free agent slugger judy martinez to their lined up to three year old martinez had a career year last season forty five homers one hundred four runs knocked in most putting time with the tigers in diamondbacks he gets a fiveyear one hundred in ten milliondollar deal with boston giants of officially added a muchneeded peace to their bullpen in the form of lefthanded relief tony watson they finalize their deal with him the thirty one euro watson splittime of the pirates dodgers last year finished 74 where the three point three eight era and 71 appearances he gets a twoyear package with giants it's worth about nine million sports a fifteen in 45 an all news 106 nine am seven forty kcbs are you at home which economy she wearing and you should really stick around the house because of reasons the.

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