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"marie martin" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

10:21 min | 8 months ago

"marie martin" Discussed on The Moratorium

"Shut down because of mysterious people gone missing missing miners and think that says something like twenty one miners trapped in the mine which they never recovered a nice little setup to get you going into the creepy nece. I love this movie a lot because it has kind of a good sweet old school point of view camera stuff for the monster. They only had one monster four this movie and they put it to good use. It was cool. Now was the monster. That creepy can resembled a turtle. I watched them behind the scenes stuff. And and actually the shell of the turtle was kind of like look like a sheep's brain but it had tentacles like a squid or an octopus and we see a brief moments in this movie with just the tentacles and that just what kind of sets it off. Really well i really dig this movie the kills or fun it Sneaks up on you. Now these These minds supposedly have tunnels that go to the different houses in the area. Most of these houses seem to be vacant around this area. It could have built on that a little bit more but this is a small production a small movie. This was directed by james conway. James conway has twenty five producers credits and forty five directing credits He started off way early in the seventies. He did several episodes of the life. Time of grizzly adams but also came around in nineteen eighty to do hangar eighteen. Movie that we will probably end up covering in-depth on the moratorium at some time. Because that's that's a hell of a lot of fun as well matt houston. He didn't eight episodes of matt. Houston we keep bringing up matt houston because it keeps showing up. Everybody worked on that television series He also had seven episodes. He directed under macgyver star. Trek next generation star trek voyager and deep space nine as well as enterprise but he also did sixteen episodes of charmed little trivia about the production of the boo. Actually that when he met the leading actress rebecca balding who plays trish in the movie. Not trish the dish. Thank you mallrats tricia jones. They call her trish the dish. No this is Rebecca balding She's been around for a little bit. I'll talk about her but when they met they fell in love. They were actually. I believe married before. The production ended on this movie. And i believe they're still married very interesting. Now rebecca balding. She has been around for welshmen actress in forty eight different credits here including making it. Which i don't remember that was a nineteen seventy nine tv series making it. That was inspired by saturday night. Fever it looks like it was only on for nine episodes. Now david naughton ellen travolta rebecca balding nine episodes. This was touted as a comedy Comedy music which i don't recall Saturday night fever being comedy. Somebody correct me anyway. Rebecca balding also showed up in nineteen episodes of soap that was in nineteen. Seventy eight hundred nineteen eighty. Soap was wadley popular comedy. Show back in the day. We've brought up several times ac- she showed up in a matt. Houston trapper john. Md macgyver. She had a small stint tv series called paradise. She also starred in twenty three episodes of charmed of course because her husband also helped direct many episodes of that anyway. Very interesting stuff behind this. I'd also stars. fred. Mccarron fred mccarron. He died in two thousand six at the age of fifty five but he played a lot of tv stuff but he was ritchie in xanadu. Talk about xanadu a lot. I'm probably going to make jason watch this at some time because it was a lot of fun back in the day or that i remember. It could be a total disaster. Our guy fred was also in one episode of alice. Which we love to talk about. Allison mel's diner. He also showed up in class reunion in nineteen eighty two. This was a national lampoon's class reunion. Which had garrett graham stephen i we've talked about this plenty of time and also has blackie damaged in it anyway. Very interesting stuff here. Fred was also and a couple of episodes of. Gimme a break. Too close for comfort. Hardcastle mccormick scarecrow and mrs king and the golden girls. He died at a young age and it looks like of colon cancer. Cancer fucking sucks guys. This also stars and marie martin as jessica four and anne. Marie martin has been around for a little bit. She was windy and prom night. She also played a character in a nineteen seventy-eight. Tv movie of doctor. Strange this goes way back. I never seen that movie. Ns just probably fine. And she was also credited as dorsey and halloween too. I wonder if darcy was one of the nurses that came out to To the parking lot. That sounds pretty familiar. I'm going to have to look that up. Somebody correct me. that's fine. what's interesting about and marie martin. She was married to michael crichton for some time. Very interesting That was from nineteen eighty seven to two thousand and two and some more trivia. You didn't know she wrote twister. Nineteen ninety-six twister with bill. Paxton and helen hunt very interesting stuff. Only writing credit very cool. Cool shit i. She was also in two hundred ninety. Eight episodes of days of our lives so you wonder where she came around to be an actress. That's probably it. She was also in sledgehammer tv series from thousand nine hundred. Eighty six She was in forty one episodes of that she was in one episode of saint elsewhere and Episode of powers in matthew star. That i will be talking about here pretty quick again. Gotta love the boo gan's as a creepy. It's a monster movie like. I said they only had one of creatures. They only had enough money to create one of them so it was used in a manner that actually made. It seem like there were more. It was a lot of fun. I still enjoy this movie. The creature is kind of kooky. But that's why we use a lot of the point of view shots. Jim coupe is listed as the writer of the screenplay jim coup we've talked about time and time again on the moratorium. He has written some of the our favorite movies from back in the day. Which include Whitewater rebels that we covered in our spring slasher fest. He co produced secret admirer. He did stake out. He has written many things up the creek the hidden which we also covered on the moratorium. Go back and listen to that hidden episode up. The creek is probably one of the movies. Were going to keep talking about you. Guys just needing run out and watch it jim. Coup has been around for quite some time and has been taking care of us nerds four years One great part about this hidden. Jim of the boubons is yes. There was a novelization a movie tie in back in the day. They did a lotta movie tie in books. When people were actually reading books. I would love to get a copy of one of these. I think i saw it listed on ebay for forty dollars and that might be a little bit much for my budget for something. That's gonna sit on my shelf and be fondled by me on a daily basis. But i would love to have it my collection Little interesting fact. Here there is a Doomsayer always loved doomsayers in our horror movies. The ones that know what's going on and just like crazy ralph from friday the thirteenth. We have to have a doomsayer. This one His name is john lower merge. John lorimer He died in nineteen eighty six so just five years after the making of this film has a hundred and seventy four credits to his name. He has been around for quite some time. A lot of tv series but something. I didn't realize that he played nathan grantham in creepshow nathan. Grampian was father in the father's day episode. I want my cake use and.

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"marie martin" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"marie martin" Discussed on NPR News Now

"I'm korva coleman. The centers for disease control and prevention says cove in nineteen cases are on the rise in nearly ninety percent of jurisdictions. The cdc says that's due to the spread of the delta variant of the corona virus. It's responsible for more than eighty three percent of recent. Us cases the cdc says that nearly forty nine percent of people in the us have been fully vaccinated first lady. Joe biden is returning from representing the us at the tokyo olympic games. On her trip home she stopped in hawaii. Npr's gile snyder reports biden went to visit a pop-up cove nineteen vaccination clinic first lady. Jill biden tour vaccine clinic at a high school in waipa. Who saying the corona virus has more contagious ever. So i'm here to ask everyone listening right now to choose to get vaccinated biden toured the clinic with hawaii governor david e gay as infection rates driven by the delta variant rise in hawaiian elsewhere around the country especially in areas with low vaccination rates including florida taxes missouri. Over the weekend the cdc said there has been an uptick in the number of doses administered some seven hundred eighty thousand within a twenty four hour period. However that still below the peak reported in early. April trial snyder. Npr news british officials are dealing with the massive number of notifications. That people are getting in the uk that tell them they have been near someone who tested positive for the corona virus. Vicki burke reports from london. It's being called the quote ping democ. What does prime minister. Boris johnson have in common with tens of thousands of british garbage collectors. Supermarket workers and truck drivers all have been paying by the covert notification app informing them. They've been in contact with someone who's tested positive and should now self isolate for ten days. Though result an estimated seventeen percent of police officers are now off duty and fears of food shortages are growing with critics charging the ping democ may prove more disruptive than the pandemic itself. British officials will meet monday to discuss expanding the number of job descriptions eligible to replace self isolation with daily workplace testing for npr news. I'm vicki barker in london in guatemala. The country's recently dismissed chief. Anticorruption prosecutor fled the country. This weekend as marie martin reports one son of all says he feared for his life after guatemala's attorney general fired him when the weather's been priced internationally for his attack corruption efforts in the face of legal challenges death threats after he was dismissed friday. By the attorney general he said he was about to announce new corruption investigations involving high government officials. He fled the country accompanied by what a human rights ombudsman and the swedish ambassador. Maria martin reporting this is npr. On sunday people in chicago marked. What would have been the eightieth birthday of emmett till at his boyhood home. The black teenager was lynched in mississippi in nineteen fifty five for member station. Wbz linda lutton reports. Till's chicago home was recently designated a city landmark the lynching of fourteen year old emmett till in mississippi in nineteen fifty five is considered a catalyst to the civil rights movement. Till's mother chose to have an open casket funeral and let the world see the horrors of racial hate through his disfigured face but for decades nothing marked till's boyhood home on chicago's southside. Knew me davis of the nonprofit blacks in green worked to save the home so a dilapidated building with five pages of code. Violations has been recently recognized by the city of chicago. As an historic landmark city officials unveiled a plaque. The goal is to transform the 'til home into a museum and african american heritage site where visitors can learn about till and the great migration for npr news in chicago. I'm linda lutton. Flooding in some areas of central china remains dangerous. At least fifty eight people have been killed this month separately. A typhoon is now made landfall. in southern china. the utah highway patrol says seven. People were killed yesterday afternoon in a series of crashes triggered by a sandstorm they were on interstate fifteen. The officials say several people were taken to the hospital in critical condition. Up to twenty vehicles. Were involved in the crashes in the late afternoon a sandra dust storm hit the road and immediately cut visibility. This is npr..

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"marie martin" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:36 min | 1 year 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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"marie martin" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"marie martin" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Open up. Washington A message from the state of Washington now from the Cairo Radio New Center streaming on the Cairo radio at Plexi Glass will make its first appearance this debate season when Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris go toe to toe in Salt Lake City tomorrow night. Former presidential candidate and South Bend Mayor Pete Buddha judges the advisor on the Biden Harris team and is reportedly coaching Harris as pence for the debate. Would a judge was on CBS this morning? The truth is, he's a very effective debater. I've seen him debating for governor and debating for vice president as well. He has an ability to deliver lines with a high degree of confidence. Whether they're true or not directly after the vice presidential debate tomorrow, Governor Jay Inslee will debate Republican Lauren Cole very socially distance debate. This time. The governor is in his own room, and Lauren Cooper is in his own room, and the moderators are in a different room. Faced out a bunch of Cairo nights spoke with Crosscut reporter Melissa Santos will be one of four moderators. Santos says the candidates have very different views on most issues, including gun control, taxes, spending and systemic racism. It was a violent night in the South Sound on top of a crash and deadly shooting on highway 18 and Auburn that had it shut down for hours. There was also a shooting that left one person dead in Parkland. The Pierce County Sheriff's Office is investigating that, and one person is in custody after shooting three people at a tequilas 7 11 last night. Victims include two adult men and a juvenile. The shooter was followed to see Tak where he was arrested. The state wants to hear from highway to trestle drivers on what a new westbound trestle should look like. We can study it. We see the traffic. But what are the people who were actually using the trestle? What did they actually experiencing? What do they think The problems are? The state wants to have a new one up and running by 2045. You confined a late to the open house at my northwest dot com. 9 33 time to check the roads this morning. Here's Marie Martin. Well, crews in wooden vill have cleared a collision eastbound 5 to 2 at 20 TEU Still a little bit of a residual delay through the area. We're still seeing a fair amount of company North bound for 05 between Talbot and North East 64th. Pretty standard for this time of the morning wasn't crowding North bound five getting up to the West Seattle Bridge. Minor delays westbound 5 12 getting into Lakewood, and we're still seeing areas of decreased visibility throughout the Puget Sound. That is due to the fog radio. Real time traffic a memory Martin traffic is brought to you by Subaru of Puyallup. Traffic is stressful. One thing that's always stress free buying a car from Subaru of fuel a breather reviews. You'll see why Subaru of the well of your stress free dealership. Forecast a foggy morning but clearing to sunshine this afternoon highs in the upper sixties, too low seventies right now outside the Carter Subaru Studios. We've got 56.

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"marie martin" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"marie martin" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"By glands Best I'm Peter King in Orlando. Airports here. Just about everywhere have been veritable ghost towns, with few people flying during the pandemic. Government payroll assistance runs out today for the airlines, and that could put some 45,000 workers out of work. Flight attendant Darryl Arun. The job by working requires me to be calm in the face of uncertainty and a stress Elena's I am I can't let those emotions overcoming the ripple effect could be devastating for travelers and dozens of local economies to CBS News travel expert Peter Greenberg Airlines are expected to drop his many is 90 cities from the Root network. Of course, All of this could be reversed if Congress moves forward with another $25 billion a package which could keep the airlines flying through March. But if those cuts do happen, they would mean Mohr they would Maura than negate a slight improvement in unemployment claims reported last week. The Labour Department says 837,000 workers filed first time claims down 36,000 for the week before. That doesn't include California, which stopped processing claims for two weeks to catch up on a backlog. Bankrate dot com analyst Mark Hamrick looks ahead, New Bankrate survey of economists finds a consensus Puts the nation's unemployment rate at a still high 7% a year from now on Capitol Hill. It's the Supreme Court shuffle his nominee, Amy Cockney, Barrett, goes from Senate office to Senate office every half hour. Barrett says he's already met 19 Republican senators would tend to come today. Remembrance ceremony has been held in Las Vegas. It marks the third anniversary of the night, A gunman fired into a country music festival, killing 58 people and wounding more than 800. Nevada Governor Steve Cecil. Lack words cannot begin to express My feelings. My condolences. In the heartfelt pain. We're all are feeling. The anniversary comes as a judge approves an $800 million settlement for the survivors and for victims, families here in Florida and in other places with older populations. Older drivers have always gotten a bad rap. But now a new study shows that that just might be a bit unfair. Here's deputy A W. J Z F. Gilbert. A new study from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety shows that drivers in their seventies have fewer crashes per miles driven than middle aged driver's part of that, says Institute President David Harkey is we're aging better. You know what we were concerned about for the 65 year old In the eighties and nineties. Now we're thinking Maura about the 80 year old Parkey also believes Crash prevention technology is having an impact. Jeff Gilbert CBS NEWS Detroit Checking Wall Street at midday, the Dow is up 64 points. This is CBS News. Today. Stronger immunity and better nutrition are more important than ever. That's why glands past gives you and your family more. That's healthy news for everyone only glands best. Boeing 7 87 Dreamliner prepares to depart Everitt for good details after traffic with Marie Martin Oh, that thick fog has certainly contributed to earlier blocking issues throughout the Puget Sound Nothing currently in the way, But the struggle continues for folks on eastbound 5 12 getting out of Puyallup and it stays packed in north and on the Valley Freeway. As you work your way in the Pacific will some a little bit of crowding right around two 77th in Auburn? That's pretty standard. Now in earlier collision in federal way, still has drivers on North bound five scene delays as they head towards 18. On earth and five additional brake lights as you work your way between Oliver on the convention center rented to Bellevue, an 18 minute travel time. That's actually pretty darn good. Linwood to Bellevue, also about 18 minutes again, Not bad. South on five drivers still kind of punching the brakes right around 44th Avenue in Lynwood, with some additional slowing south on five in a shoreline. This report sponsored by Loew's pro great brands, Big Savings and All the Right Service is to keep your business moving. Or just some of the reasons why Lowe's is the new home for pros Radio real time traffic a memory Martin, now from the Cairo Radio New Center, at my northwest dot com Going makes it official. The company is moving 7 87 Dreamliner production from It's to South Carolina. It will complete that move sometime in May. 2 2021 industry analyst Scott Handles 1000 Boeing jobs could be lost but perfectly direct going job. There are three or four indirect jobs ever created and those of the actual jobs, it will be a risk here. In a letter to employ he's obtained by the Seattle Times, Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun said consolidation in South Carolina I'll make the company quote more competitive and efficient, better positioning. Bowing to whether these challenging times in win new business, he added. Today's decision does not change our commitments to Washington State's Fresh allegations against Seattle Police in a pair of lawsuits targeting SPD's crowd control tactics will radio Santa Scott says the you filed one case protesters are behind. The other deal was reached in the EU case, with Seattle agreeing to follow specific rules as part of a judge's order limiting the use of the weapons can't just declare a riot and then start using these weapons willy nilly. But a C L U Attorney Molly Tak Hooper says SPD's actions and four specific protests between August 26th and last week clearly Relate those rules of engagement, spraying people with so much pepper spray that they're coded orange and begin vomiting. They filed a second motion for contempt in the hopes The judge will clarify those rules and require the city to show its made sure every cop knows that the Salish Lodge and Spa is shut down because of a Corona virus outbreak. King County Public Health says 23 employees and two guests are known to have tested positive. Anyone who visited between September 16th and the 30th is advised to get tested Smoke from California wildfires.

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"marie martin" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"marie martin" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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"marie martin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"marie martin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington on Giles. Snyder, the focus of most of the candidates running for the democratic presidential nomination is on, I awoke this weekend. Impure Scott detro- says nineteen are to be in Cedar Rapids for a big state party tenor tonight, the gathering comes after the release of a new, I wha poll showing former vice president, Joe Biden as the top choice in Iowa. Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren and south bend, Indiana. Mayor Pete Buddha judge all together in a pack behind Biden, the Iowa caucuses will kick off next year's democratic nominating process with all the attention candidates are paying to other states. This weekend's dinner is a sign Isla will still play a critical role in the contest Scott that tro, NPR news Cedar Rapids Guatemala mixed reactions to the US Mexico agreement. The mini asylum seekers will be held in Mexico, while their cases are being considered the Mexico was sending troops to the border with Guatemala to stem the flow of. Silom seekers. Marie Martin has more. What did molest foreign minister center says the presence of US forces is an indication of countries, good relations with the US some media analysts have reacted negatively to recent reports that both Mexico and the US will be sending security forces to what the molest northern border. According to press reports, US advisers are already in the north and province of what the angle but within journalists that Houston. My your says people in general there have other concerns they don't up over Gordon. No, common people don't see this patient. He says to just trying to get by and would be migrants. Her so desperate, he adds? They'll still try to cross into Mexico for NPR news. I'm Martin large crowds flooding the streets of Hong Kong today showing up position to a proposed extradition law that they fear would allow suspects to be sent to China to face trial protesters carrying banners and signs marching through the city. Centre the proposed law would allow case by case arrangements of criminal suspects to places where Hong Kong has formal extradition agreement European Union, and Switzerland nearing a deadline that could see a cutoff of Swiss equity markets from e investors figures, old dispute over range of other issues, not resolved Teri Schultz reports Switzerland, and the EU have been negotiating for a decade to replace the more than one hundred by lateral accords that govern their relations now with a single agreement. The Swiss government says it wants clarification on matters. Relating to wage protection, state subsidies and immigration. The draft deal is not popular with Swiss citizens, although companies appear in polls to be largely in favour. And it would likely have to be put to a referendum before final passage, Brussels is putting pressure on the Swiss government to give its approval on the broad treaty by the end of the month when the EU has to decide whether to allow this with stock exchange to maintain cross-border trading with the EU its largest market for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. This is NPR shops are said to be closed streets, empty and Sudan's capital after pro democracy protests, leaders calling for a campaign of civil disobedience today's the first day of general strike in an effort to force the ruling military council to hand over power, a military took over following Alister President Omar Al sheer in April the opposition says more than one hundred people have been killed in the weeks since the military broke up a sit intimate stray instruction in Khartoum g. Twenty finance leaders have wrapped up their meeting in Japan pledging to promote policies that protect global growth in their joint communique. They said that risks from trade and geopolitical tensions are intensifying. The twenty talks to place him at trade tensions between the US China Broadway's highest honors Tony awards are being handed out tonight and reporter Jeff London says there could be some surprises. New York's Radio City Music hall will best musical go to Hanes town, the gritty retelling the Orpheus myth or not the contemporary adaptation of popular nineteen eighty film or the prom, original musical about narcissistic, New York actors girl who wants to take her girlfriend to a high school dance or ink to proud jukebox musical about the temptations. All four have been heavily nominated and all four have their backers, and what will win best play the Ferryman three hour plus drama said in Northern Ireland or what the constitution means to me, Heidi. Shreck porky. Political memoir again. Both have a lot of industry. Support for NPR news. I'm Jeff London in New York Joyal Snyder in Washington..

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"marie martin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"marie martin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Virginia Beach, or coming together this weekend for prayer, vigils and memorial services, NPR's, Bobby Allen reports at some survivors, who had been silent are now sharing what they went through Friday. One woman, I spoke to push a heavy filing cabinet against the door and hunkered down as her best friend, tried to save more colleagues, but in doing so the shooter killed him. His name was Ryan, Keith Cox, and several of his co workers credit their survival on his efforts to bring them to shelter stories like these are becoming known as more and more survivors of the Virginia Beach shooting open up about the tragedy. Investigators say they have identified two forty five caliber, pistols used in the attack and say the weapons were purchased legally Virginia Beach. Police chief says at least one was equipped with a suppressor more commonly known as a silencer Guatemala. And the US homeland security department will. Cooperate and joint efforts to stop migration north from Guatemala. It's not clear how many or how long the homeland security personnel will be stationed in the country, as Maria Martin reports what the melon academic reports studied, a government plan to step migration from university set send the most migrants north and to which most migrants are deported from the United States, according to the mayor said those communities, the alliance for prosperity plan for the north and triangle started with US help in two thousand fourteen in the wake of the unaccompanied, minor crisis has remained nothing. But good intentions, and it's not worked to alleviate poverty. One of the report's authors sankara's university. Professor anybody Martinez accuses the current government of president, Jimmy Morales of neglect saying, it's failed to generate conditions for employment and development in rural what Damola for NPR news. I'm Marie Martin. President Trump weighing in on British politics, head of his state visit to the United Kingdom. The Sunday Times quoting Emma saying, UK should leave the European Union without a deal, if it can't get better terms. He also said Brexit leader, Nigel Faraj should be given a role in that go. She ations separate interview. President Trump prays for Boris Johnson leading candidate for prime minister as NPR's Frank Langfitt reports in an interview with the British tabloid the sun, Trump praised the former London, mayor saying he thought Johnson would quote do a very good job. I think it would be excellent. Trump added the Johnson has been quote very positive about me and our country, according to diplomatic, protocol foreign leaders are not to highlight favorites in the elections of other countries. Jeremy Corbyn leader of the opposition labor party here, called Trump's comments an entirely unacceptable interference in our democracy. Corbin Malone with others plans to boycott Trump's state dinner at Buckingham Palace. Which Trump set was a mistake was any future. Prime minister would wanna get along with the US Frank Langfitt, NPR news, London, and Rome, Washington. This is NPR news. And Venice, Italy. At least five people are reported injured in the crash of a cruise ship. Video shows ship colliding with a riverboat carrying tourists and then smashing into a dock the incident happened in canal, a major gateway for big ships. There's concern about rising floodwaters in the mid west and northwest, Missouri. Emergency crews, crews conducted water rescues this weekend after water breached.

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"marie martin" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"marie martin" Discussed on KCRW

"Did you? their condemnation of e you bureaucracy migration and Islam. They also have dif-. Differences, some are free market, others protectionists, and not all of them like Russia's President Vladimir Putin. But far right Italian Deputy Prime minister, Matteo Salvini, the darling of the populist movement aims to bring Europe's far right together. He's in a strong position to do so exit polls show, Salvini party got the highest score. In Italy, Eleanor Beardsley, PR news, Paris. Pharmaceutical has agreed to pay the state of Oklahoma eighty five million dollars. This just days before a trial was set to begin Oklahoma attorney general, my contra says the money will be used to deal with the state's opioid crisis Oklahoma's trial against the remaining defendant, Johnson and Johnson is still scheduled for Tuesday. Mexico's foreign minister is pushing for a so-called Marshall plan for Central America. He plans to sell European countries on the idea for redeveloping the region that sends the most migrants, north to the US. Marie Martin has more. Mexico's foreign minister Marcelo Everard causes multibillion dollar plan, the most sensible thing, we can do this argument at the White House this past week when he met with presidential adviser and Trump Senate law, Jared Kushner, and the acting homeland security secretary calling for a ten billion dollar yearly strategy to develop southern Mexico and the northern triangle countries have jurist Salvador and what the mullahs, the money would come not just from the US, but also Mexico, Canada, and the European Union, the Mexican foreign minister says the plant Good. is not assistance, but quote, a strategic Member. fishing for the future for NPR news. I'm Martin Magazine. CMO passions won his first Indy. Five hundred today giving. Tag. Team owner Roger Penske in eighteenth victory in his fiftieth year at the track the Frenchman beat Alexander.

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"And why we cry. Simply morning tears, as a form of auto intoxication. Also, we actually cry. So this was, what are the types would have cried the most? Intensely in the hopes of answering, what's the role of crying in life, you know, life all that and more coming up on the USA. I might gain a horse stay with us. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Janine Herbst. President Trump is meeting Japan's new emperor, or he at a welcoming ceremony at the imperial palace at this hour later, Trump will attend meetings and a working lunch before being the guest of honor at an imperial banquet at the palace hosted by the emperor drivers in the middle of a four day state visit to the country, amid trade tensions between the US and Japan, the center, right and left parties that have traditionally governed in the European Union parliament, lost their combined majority tonight and fears owner Beardsley reports far right populist, eurosceptic parties gained, many seats green parties, also did well, especially in Germany, France, Belgium, Sweden, and Finland gaining enough seats to become the fourth largest bloc in the parliament, while the disparate far right? Populist movements are United by their condemnation of e you bureaucracy migration and Islam. They also have differences. His some are free market others protectionist, and not all of them like Russia's President Vladimir Putin. But far right Italian Deputy Prime minister, Matteo Salvini, the darling of the populist movement aims to bring Europe's far right together. He's in a strong position to do so exit poll show. Salvini party got the highest score. In Italy, Eleanor Beardsley, PR news, Paris. Pharmaceutical has agreed to pay the state of Oklahoma eighty five million dollars. This just days before a trial was set to begin Oklahoma. Attorney general Mike contra says the money will be used to deal with the state's opioid crisis Oklahoma's trial against the remaining defendant, Johnson and Johnson is still scheduled for Tuesday. Mexico's foreign minister is pushing for a so-called Marshall plan for Central America. He plans to sell European countries on the idea for redeveloping the region that sends the most migrants, north to the US. Marie Martin has more. Mexico's foreign minister Marcelo Everard causes multibillion dollar plan, the most sensible thing, we can do this was this argument at the White House this past week when he met with presidential adviser, and Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner and the acting homeland security secretary calling for a ten billion dollar yearly strategy to develop southern Mexico and the northern triangle countries have on juris L Salvador and what the mullahs, the money would come not just from the US, but also Mexico, Canada, and the European Union, the Mexican foreign minister says the plant is not assistance, but quote, a strategic fishing for the future for NPR news. I'm Martin CMO passionate won his first Indy. Five hundred today giving. Team owner Roger Penske in eighteenth victory in his fiftieth year at the track the Frenchman beat Alexander Rossi in a thirteen lap sprint to the finish. President Trump congratulated passionate by phone and then invited the entire team to the White House. You're listening to NPR news from Washington. A former business manager of the lake comic book legend Stanley made an initial court appearance Zona today on felony charges of fiduciary, elder abuse K, A Morgan was arrested in the state after fleeing California. Police say the forty three year old was found in a house with his mother and arrested without incident. It's not clear when he will be extradited to California lead. I'd November at the age of ninety five Mississippi officials say.

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"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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"Up. That's what the Illinois emergency management agency is all about we're here to partner with local officials county officials. To make sure that we're doing everything that we can't the state's emergency management director says additional flooding in nearby, Wisconsin and Nebraska feeds into Illinois rivers this. She says means a sustained flood fight statewide for NPR news. I'm chase cavenaugh in DeKalb six days after New Zealand's worst terror attack on record the government has banned military style semi automatic guns. NPR's rob Schmitz reports prime minister just send during announced that every semiautomatic weapon used in the Christ Church attack will be banned. This includes all semiautomatic, pistols rifles and shotguns, capable of being used detachable magazines that hold more than five cartridges all high capacity magazines will also be banned the ban goes into effect immediately to prevent a rush to stockpile these weapons New Zealand's government will implement a buyback scheme under which gun owners can fill out online forms to make appointments with the police in the country's defense forced to exchange their guns for money. It's expected the buyback scheme will cost the government up to one hundred and forty million dollars. The government says. It will consider further gun reforms later in the month, including tightening licensing and stricter controls on a range of ammunition. Rob Schmitz NPR news, Christ Church the centers for disease control and prevention finds the number of data involved with the opioid Fenton increased greatly between twenty eleven in two thousand sixteen the numbers rose across all age groups and ethnic groups from member station W B U R, Martha bebinger says minorities. And especially men accounted for the greater number of deaths. Men are more likely to use drugs alone. And when you'll use drugs alone with fennel because it's so powerful your risk of death. Rises greatly women are more likely to see doctors. They're more likely to ask for help. They're more likely to call nine one one and seek treatment, Martha bebinger reporting. The Pentagon is investigating acting defense. Secretary Pat Shanahan on allegations. He improperly promoted his former employer Boeing Shanahan says he welcomes the review. This is NPR. Venezuelan opposition leader, one guy dot says intelligence agents have detained his chief of staff and an opposition lawmaker Guido is in a political struggle with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro peace talks are back on in Nicaragua representatives from the Catholic church and the organization of American states are participating Maria Martin reports President Daniel Ortega's government will release all Nicaraguan political prisoners speaking at Managua press conference Wednesday, the people noon, CEO and away a special on Lewis unhealed Rosada said the Ortega government has agreed to free all political prisoners within ninety days this emphasis stalemate in the negotiations since the crackdown on an anti-government March last weekend resulted in dozens more arrests some prisoners may be freed as early as this week with the international Red Cross overseeing the release now, there's an agreed upon six point agenda for the talks. And an agreement to ask the international community to lift sanctions against got our which had been announced by the US and the EU for NPR news. I'm Marie Martin UK. Prime Minister Theresa may is meeting. French president Emmanuel Macron in Brussels Belgium today ahead of a European Union. Leaders summit may is expected to press her request to delay Brexit the process by which the UK leaves the EU the deadline is next week. She's asked to delay that until June thirtieth European Union leaders want the UK out by the end.

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"This news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Windsor Johnston. New Zealand is issuing sweeping reforms to ban military style semi automatic weapons and response to last week's mass shooting in Christ Church. The government says it's creating a buyback program for residents to immediately hand over such weapons to with authorities. The new legislation is expected to be in place by mid April. Fifty people were killed when a gunman opened fire and two mosques last Friday NPR's Julie McCarthy reports and nationwide remembrance marking the tragedy will be held on Friday. Prime minister just to our Dern said New Zealanders had a desire to Mark the week that has passed and show support for the Muslim community, especially as they celebrate Friday prayers to acknowledge this there won't be a two minute. Silence. On friday. We will also broadcast nationally. Cool. A father and son who fled the civil war in Syria for what they said was the safest country in the world were buried today before hundreds of mourners heavily armed police stood watch flowers talked in their holsters, Julie McCarthy NPR news Republican Senator Johnny Isakson is speaking out against President Trump in response to his Twitter attacks against the late. Senator John McCain Robert Jemison from Georgia public broadcasting reports. President Trump recently reignited his feud with the late Senator from Arizona after learning that McCain cooperated with the FBI special counsel investigation. Trump falsely called McCain last in his class at the naval academy, Georgia Senator Johnny Isakson spoke out against Trump's comments. It's deplorable what he said that's what I call in from the floor of the Senate seven months ago. It will be deplorable deplorable seven months from now if he says the end while some members of the president's own party where too fond of the attack on McCain Isaacson who serves as the chairman of the Senate committee on veterans. Affairs was the only GOP Senator to directly rebuke, the president himself for the remarks for NPR news. I'm Robert Jemison in Atlanta. British Prime Minister Theresa may says she's done her part to execute the withdrawal from the European Union. But members of parliament are rejecting every agreement. Two years old MP's have been unable to agree on a way to implement the UK's withdrawal. As a result. We will now not leave on time with the deal on the twenty ninth of March. This delay is a matter of great personal regret for me. British lawmakers have been debating an exit strategy for months, but have not been able to reach a deal may is asking you leaders to extend the deadline by three months. The UK is scheduled to leave the EU on March twenty ninth. You're listening to NPR news in Washington. Parts of the midwest are preparing for more rain after days of record flooding Nebraska is under a state of emergency governor paid work. It says the damage there is widespread. Four hundred thirty nine million dollars in infrastructure damage. Eighty five million dollars to private homes and businesses two thousand sixty seven homes damaged three hundred and forty one businesses damaged or lost states of emergency. Have also been declared in Iowa was consonant, South Dakota, a mandatory evacuation order has been issued for parts of Missouri. As the Missouri river continues to rise, a former attorney general and presidential hopeful in Guatemala is facing an arrest. Order analysts say the move comes from political enemy. She made fighting corruption. Marie Martin reports. Aldana was what the melas highest Justice official from twenty fourteen through last year during that time working with the UN back to. Anti-graft commission. She brought corruption charges against Stephens a politicians including current president Jimmy Morales this latest legal attempt to block her candidacy comes from a conservative congress member and a target affirmed investigations in includes an arrest. Order is currently visiting Salvador what the malice interior minister says she could be arrested when she returns analysts say if Donna is blocked from running the upcoming June sixteenth election could be considered less than democratic for NPR news. I'm Marie Martin. This is NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include C three C threes. AI software, suite enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale to solve previously unsolvable business problems. Learn more at C three die. From American public media. This is an APM reports documentary. I'm Emily hindered ten years ago. I met Coty sort oh, she was eighteen years old. She lived in Prince George's county, Maryland a few miles outside of Washington DC, and she just graduated from high school and in feel that prow gradually for high school. I mean, I was because it's a big step. Big big step. Finding fill them much cutting knew she needed more than a high school diploma. She had a job in downtown DC cleaning offices at night at a law firm. The people who worked in those offices were rarely their. But their college degrees were on the walls Coty imagined the lives. They had to have many like beautiful office. And I seen pictures under weddings. And this VERA for his is nice. So they seem to have a life that you wanna have. Yes. The way she was going to get herself from cleaning offices at night to working in an office during the day was by going to college. That's how Mario Martinez was going to move up to he was nineteen when I met him the same summer, I met Coty. He didn't really know what kind of career he wanted. He just knew he wanted out of the circumstances. He grew up in wound here police every night would hear gunshots. We hear people scream we see San stuff in the neighborhood. Mario grew up in a low income neighborhood in Langley park. Maryland, he got caught up in some bad stuff as a teenager. And when he was sixteen he ended up in jail for seven months, but he was never tried for anything all the charges were dropped. He got the idea he should go to college while he was working for a contractor installing wood floors. We will go to a lot of people's house, they mansions, and I started asking a lot of them. What what they will do? What was a career though? Tell me in on. They got. Because the school no one in Mario's family had been to college. No one inkata's either. They were first generation college students betting that higher education would help them. Move up for people who grew up in poverty, getting a college degree is the surest way out, but most students like Mario and Coty never make.

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"Nine wind chills between twenty and thirty snow possible after midnight tonight with the low about thirty two degrees. This is WNYC FM HD and AM New York. I'm practice laugh. And this is the splendid table from APM American public media. Yearly old cliche. Tell me. What you eat. And I'll tell you what you are. Well this week. We're all about the first part of that quote. Why do we want to tell people what it's a funny experience being a restaurant and watch someone really obsessive taking a picture of their meal. But I don't know that it's sad -sarily. It's just it's curious. It isn't different way of blessing your food. You're not thank God, you're like offering your meal the Instagram. Instead, it's thank you. Kevin. So we're development. That's Jenna worth of and Wesley Morris chewing on some questions with us. We have a review the instant pot. The kitchen gadgets has an army of evangelists, and we chat with the psychologist on some of the ways we're not what we need. That's all coming up on the splendid table. Live from NPR news in Washington on trial Snyder, President Trump's declaration of a national emergency along the southern border is getting pushback lawsuits are being prepared. Lawmakers are calling the move a power grab the declaration would allow the president bypass congress and redirect funding for the defense department and other agencies to expand the border wall and piers Craig says that means there will be cuts and already funded program. And the biggest one would be military construction. He wants to take about three point six billion dollars away from that. Now, we don't know what projects those would be. But that means somebody is going to lose a project and money they've been promised. If it comes mostly out of the army. They're going to be upset that comes out of certain districts were congressmen have already boasted about this. They're going to be upset. So you're going to see a lot of pushback and anger on the political level from people who lose money but budget Bill signed Friday provides nearly one point four billion dollars for fencing while the president wants to spend several. Times that amount. Although Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell had earlier said a national emergency declaration was not a great idea. He ended up supporting it when it finally got declared NPR's, Ron Elving reports, this is a pattern for McConnell. The Senate majority leader is caught in a replay loop. He warns the president the votes aren't there for say total repeal of ObamaCare. He warns the president about the wall. It warns the president about the shutdown in about the declaration of emergency. And each time Trump ignores him and each time McConnell takes knee. And he does it because he simply can't resist Trump's dominance in. What is now the Republican party? More humanitarian aid is waiting to be brought into Venezuela. The US military has flown in. Additionally, -mergency supplies shipment. Is the second to arrive since opposition leader Wong dough declared himself. Interim president the Speiser currently being stockpiled in Columbia. Embattled President Nicolas Maduro calls the US orchestrated show and has refused to allow it into. Country. The government of Nicaragua has indicated its willingness to begin go. She ations with opposition groups Marie Martin reports. This comes after a high level meeting Saturday that included representatives of the Catholic church and the business sector the government defendant said in a press release Saturday it had a quote open interchange with the private sector and recognize the need to begin negotiations by means have an inclusive serious and Frank meeting the head of the business association. Jose Adana, Gary confirmed the agreement for further negotiation sake, a is now open that had been previously closed talks between the government and the opposition including business. Civil and student groups broke down last summer after weeks of protests, followed by a government clampdown that we wanted in hundreds of deaths and arrests and widespread international condemnation of the government for NPR news. Martin. And this is NPR news. Religious leaders Aurora. Illinois are preparing to address their congregations today after the mass shooting in the Chicago supper the shooting at a manufacturing plant Friday left six people dead including the gunman five police officers were wounded Patrick Smith of member station. WBZ reports on the message pastors are planning to give Randy show has been a pastor in Aurora and a police department chaplain for about twenty five years. He says every pastor he spoken to in the area. We'll be talking about the mass shooting in their Sunday sermon as leaders in the church community around Aurora, we're making a choice to to point people to God to to who. Jesus is when he says that he is the prince of peace and part of that is is forgiveness and coming together as as a community and other pastor says he's led dozens of anti gun violence per vigils after mass shootings across the country forever. You'll has been tentatively scheduled for Sunday afternoon near the side of the shooting for NPR news. I'm Patrick Smith in Chicago with US. Backed fighters in Syria seemingly on the verge of capturing Islam estates last foothold in the country. President Trump says I ask is ready to fall and on Twitter, he urged European allies to take back hundreds of ISIS fighters captured in Syria and put them on trial. Otherwise, he said the US would be forced to release them. The State Department says Heather Nauert has withdrawn her name to be President Trump's ambassador to the United Nations in a statement. Now, it says her withdrawal is in the best interests of her family. Her nomination had been criticized by Democrats who cited her lack of diplomatic experience..

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"Ask the US announces its support for regime change in Venezuela. We consider our long checkered history of meddling south of the border these coups, which we forget about very quickly Esther and burn in the hearts and souls and minds of people in Latin America, meanwhile in China up to a million ethnic weaker are being held in so called reeducation camps. Scam coverage in the west includes images provided by the Chinese state. If I had not come here to study. Maybe I would days religious extremists and walks down the path of crime that and other chapters in the shameful history of the press. Stay tuned. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk El Salvador has a new president has the polls predicted Thirty-seven-year-old naive bouquet received more than fifty percent of the vote ensuring there won't be another round of voting in the Central American nation. Marie Martin reports. Five million Salvadorans were able to vote in this impoverished country. That exports many migrants to the United States, and we're crime gangs, the economy and corruption were important voter concerns candidates for the traditional parties came in second and third to the Palestinian Salvadoran candidate Buchele. This former mayor of San Salvador, let's able to win over more than half of voters with his promise to fight corruption to party said and the FMLN had been tainted by graft now analysts say book LA has a lot to live up to his promises to turn corruption around and the hopes of those who voted for him to be the different kind of precedent. His campaign. Promised for NPR news. I'm Marie Martin. India has lodged a diplomatic protest at the US embassy in Delhi after dozens of Indian students in the US were arrested for immigration fraud. Apply to a fake university set up by the US government in a sting operation, but some other Indian nationals were involved in getting their visas illegally. And Sushmita paddock reports. The Indian government wants the two groups handled differently. India's ministry of external affairs says it has managed to reach thirty students out of those detained. They were enrolled in a fake Detroit university. It is asking US officials to treat the students differently. From the Indians were running the visa racket. Have also been arrested and fees up to five years in prison. If convicted Sushmita reporting from Mumbai for Iraqis three of them, young girls are missing and feared dead after trying to cross a river from Turkey into northern Greece. As Joanna kakissis reports from Athens, survivors, told beliefs that submerged debris. Three had punctured their inflatable raft. Halfway through the journey Greek police phone five adults and three children all from Iraq clinging to a small boulder in the middle of the river, which divides Greece and Turkey, one of the survivors is the father of the three missing girls migrants. Trying to reach the European Union from Turkey are turning to the evidence river crossing to avoid filthy overcrowded camps on the Greek islands, a twenty sixteen deal between the EU and the Turkish government made claiming asylum harder for migrants crossing the GNC, but the evidence river has strong currents in a nearby cemetery is filled with the bodies of migrants who have drowned for NPR news. I'm Joanna kakissis in Athens after a delay because of the partial government shutdown President Trump is finally set to deliver his state of the union speech on Tuesday night. It's set to begin shortly after nine pm eastern this. This is NPR news. In a game where scores were few and far between the New England Patriots got the lead in Super Bowl fifty three and never let up the patriots beating the Rams thirteen to three Sunday night. It was the lowest scoring Super Bowl in the fifty three year. History of the game veteran quarterback. Tom Brady hugged his teammates and team owner Robert Kraft as he celebrated winning his sixth Super Bowl ring. Meanwhile, several high profile celebrity said they didn't watch Sunday Super Bowl in a show of solidarity with former San Francisco forty Niners quarterback Colin Kaepernick for member station. K Q E D Ryan Levy explains despite twice leaving the forty Niners to the playoffs capital has not been signed by team since leaving San Francisco after the two thousand sixteen season the quarterback made headlines that year when he refused to stand for the national anthem before games in protest of mistreatment people of color in the US. Filmmaker Eva do Rene tweeted that she would not be quote, a spectator viewer or supporter of the Super Bowl in protest of the NFL's racist tree. Of Colin Kaepernick, the musician common and actor Nick cannon were among other celebrities who echo juvenile sentiments on Twitter using the hash tag. I'm with cap cabernet has accused NFL teams of colluding to not sign him. And he filed a grievance against the league in late twenty seventeen for NPR news. I'm Ryan Levy at the weekend box office glass. Kept a fragile hold on the number one spot for the third time. While the upside stayed in the close second the weekends only. Big newcomer, miss Bela landed in third place aqua man came in fourth followed by Spiderman into the spider verse and green book. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include X chair maker of the X to office chair with dynamic variable lumbar support and ten ergonomic features to fit users of different shapes and sizes at X chair radio dot com or eight four four four X chair..

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"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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"It's five thirty six from NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish. And I'm Mary Louise Kelley to lessons now. Now from the Iraq war, according to a long-awaited study of that war from the US army war college. It was commissioned by then army chief of staff general Ray, odierno six years ago back in two thousand thirteen and here's how the army times summed up the findings in a headline. Armies long-awaited. Iraq war study finds Iran was the only winner in a conflict that holds many lessons for future wars. Let's talk about some of those lessons. We're joined by Colonel Frank subject. Now retired. He's one of two co editors of the study, and he joins me now. Colonel welcome. Thank you. It's a pleasure to be with you Mary. Louise, talk to me about that headline that Iran was the court only winner in the Iraq war. Do you agree? Yes. I do. I think that one of the reasons why in operation Desert Storm, the decision was made not to go all the way to Baghdad was just the geopolitical balance of having a rock as a Cold War. Or counterweight to Iran now with Iraq severely weakened and with elements of its political class as supporters of Iran Iran is clearly in a much stronger situation ju- strategically and I think we see that playing out through its expansionism and can adventurism occurring in Syria. Yemen and other locations. Your report also documents are US failure to adequately train Iraqi forces it documents, some of what happened after the US pulled back in two thousand eleven and of course, we then saw sectarian tensions deepened in the rise of ISIS. And it's very critical of some of the army's most senior officers, what has the reaction been like at the tactical level at our training centers. We do after action reviews after every single battle and so two degree. This is an academic after action review, and so while in some areas, it can be perceived as being overly critical from another perspective. It's the military reviewing itself to try to make sure that if this happens again that we are better prepared. Let me ask about a potentially delicate matter you had to deal with I mentioned general odierno commission. This report he wrote the forward for it back when he first arrived in Iraq division commander. He was criticized as someone who maybe didn't get the whole hearts and minds things the importance of of winning the population over was that a challenge to navigate the man who commissioned it the man who wrote the forward to. It was also somebody you had to investigate issue poured back over those years. I don't think it was a large challenge because we were given so much freedom to study. What went right, and what went wrong, frankly, more went wrong than went right and leaving given guidance effectively that if you have to kill sacred cows kilson sacred cows because we need to learn from this how directly does your report criticize ham and other senior army officers. I think that we were given a lot lot. It's huge to present mistakes that occurred, and we all I mean, I served in Iraq. As did every one of the other authors of the study. We all made mistakes, and we all have things that we can learn from. That's retired. Colonel Frank subject. He is one of the editors of an extensive new report from the US army war college on the war in Iraq, Colonel subject. Thanks very much. Thank you in Guatemala. There's been a wave of killings of indigenous leaders over the last year international human rights organizations have tried to raise the alarm, but in Guatemala itself. There's been little outrage and silence from most political leaders Marie Martin reports. The window the newscast on what the mullah's TV channel. What did we let off its regional evening report this past summer with the murder of a twenty five year old indigenous rights activist the western province of kitchen vino, Anita until okay? The victim's father tells us that one. A nurse by profession was kidnapped while coming home to nights before her body was found in a river covered by brush, showing signs of torture diploma was also a rising young issue. Maya political leader, active, various, human rights, and political groups too many in the area. Her death was reminiscent of the mass of atrocities committed during the country's long civil war which ended a little over twenty years ago. Moreover, her death was not an isolated incident. According to the Washington office on that America, twenty six indigenous human rights workers were assassinated in the last year, Guatemala is on the verge other major human rights catastrophe. Joe-marie Burt is a professor at George Mason University and a senior fellow at the Washington office on Latin America, she says what the mullahs is close to falling into the violence that gripped the country three decades ago a violence that the UN. And what the melon courts say led to a genocide of the country's indigenous citizens, it's amazing to look at what's happening in the mullahs. And it's literally feels like it's on the edge of the precipice and just over that precipice. You're staring back at the nineteen seventies your steering, the massive violation of human rights. It's no surprise that. We see hundreds of tens of thousands of Guatemalans fleeing the country going into Mexico trying to get to the United States to flee a country that is in free fall, what human rights ombudsman or that grow. That's says the situation is troubling especially because of what he calls a lack of concern on the part of what the Melissa Thorndike's with Olympic Punti, lower beuerlein's in Kentucky. Recuse will be good by Dhruva says the president and his interior secretary refused. An invitation to meet with my leaders to discuss the escalating number of assassinations seemed they would come from the one feels a certain indignation that there is no public condemnation of these acts. I don't have much faith in this government. Hopefully, the Justice department will take action on these cases because it's like going back to a past. I thought we'd put behind us. The government didn't respond to multiple efforts seeking comment. What demand society is deeply unequal? Indigenous my form at least forty percent of the population, but have little political representation and our last in terms of education and health. Half of the indigenous activist killed in the last year, including. We're members of.

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"marie martin" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

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"Gaunt more on that this half hour sports and business coming your way after the latest while he's. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. House. Democrats have approved a spending plan to end the partial federal shutdown without providing any funding for President Trump's proposed border wall before the vote North Carolina Democrat, David price. Toe colleagues at the stalemate over funding for the wall is affecting federal workers and low income families enough is enough. President Trump may see this as a reality show game of chicken. But this shutdown is for real and it's doing real damage. Mike Rogers of Alabama is among Republicans who say Democrats can prevent more damage by approving border wall funding. Democrats want to kick the can down the road and put American security on the back burner while they gear up their obstructionist agenda. It used to be that members of congress could put partisanship aside at least on national security issues. President Trump has invited congressional leaders to the White House again Friday for another meeting on the wall funding issue and ending the shutdown. There was no progress at a similar gathering on Wednesday. Tennessee man convicted twice for the same. Crack offense is among the first prisoners to be released under the new federal criminal Justice reform from member station WPN. Julia Martinelli reports from Nashville Matthew Charles served, two decades behind bars for selling crack before a federal judge released him in two thousand sixteen citing good behavior that prosecutors successfully argued last may that Charles was released an error. So he was ordered back to prison for another decade. The first step back to open a new avenue for his freedom one of his attorneys. Sean Hopwood says Charles is the first prisoner to be released because of it we use Matthew story to sell lawmakers on why the first step back important, why the fountain Bank revisions lead to Anjar fountain. Does an unjust out Hopwood notes. It's unclear how the new law will affect other crack offenders for NPR news. I'm only at their MARTINI alien Nashville suspects in the slaying of journalists the mall just show. Shane have made initial. Quarter. Parents is in Saudi Arabia. As NPR's Ruth Sherlock reports. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for the suspects who are accused of being directly involved in his death three months ago at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. The state run Saudi Press Agency says prosecutors the death penalty for five of eleven suspects who are at the hearing the news agency hasn't named though suspects Jamal Khashoggi a columnist for the Washington Post and vocal critic of the Saudi Crown prince was killed on October second last year at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. NPR's Ruth Sherlock reporting. Saudi officials have rejected accusations at the crown prince order Khashoggi's death. Japanese markets have tumbled down two and a half percent while Asian markets in general are mixed following another down day on Wall Street. You're listening to NPR news. Authorities say another person has died in a fatal crash on a Florida highway bringing the death toll to seven two big rigs and two passenger vehicles collided and spill diesel fuel across the highway Thursday, sparking a massive fire on interstate seventy five and a latch near Gainsville emergency crews extinguish the flames and said they were treating the crash as a homicide reports say the Honduran government is preparing to join the United States by moving its Isreaeli embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem as Maria. Martin report on doors would follow the lead of another Central American country, Guatemala what the mullahs moved its embassy to Jerusalem in may just two days after the US transferred its embassy earlier this week Honduran, president one Orlando at nonetheless met with prime minister Netanyahu and US secretary of state Pompeo while all attended the inauguration of priscilla's new president the three agreed to hold meetings to move on opening the embassy in Jerusalem and. And to quote, strengthen political relations and coordinate development in Honduras. The announcement comes soon after President Trump renewed his threats to cut off aid to the countries of the northern triangle what the mullahs El Salvador and Honduras as the result of continuing migration for NPR news. I'm Marie Martin in women's college basketball, kalani Brown score twenty points and seventeen rebounds to help lead number eight Baylor to a sixty eight to fifty seven win over topped ranked uconn. It was the first regular season loss for the huskies. And over four years. I'm Shay Stevens..

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

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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

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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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Nicaragua Clamping Down On Anti-Government Activity

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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

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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

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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

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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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Trump hosts first iftar dinner

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

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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

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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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