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NPR News Now

02:52 min | 10 months ago

"martin kosti" Discussed on NPR News Now

"What's happened up there. Then were killed when one hundred seventy miles. An hour winds hit louisiana. Extreme weather is we're seeing is only gonna come more frequently more ferocity. President biden was speaking at the national renewable energy laboratory. In golden colorado in minnesota judges derailed a landmark ballot initiative to de-fund police in minneapolis details from npr's martin kosti after the twenty twenty murder of george floyd and subsequent protests. Minneapolis was set to vote on a ballot initiative to shudder the police department and replace it with a department of public safety. Don samuels is a former city council member who sued because he thinks voters would not know what they're voting for. They don't realize that under the new plan. There will be no chief of police. There will be no designated funding the department. We don't know how many police officers we will have under the new plan. There is no plan. Judge jamie anderson appeared to agree striking down the current ballot language. Even as the ballots are currently being printed. Supporters could still try to save the initiative with an emergency appeal to the state supreme court. Martin kosti in minneapolis. This is npr. Mallon are being counted in boston where voters are deciding who will be their next mayor. Five democrats including acting mayor. Jim j. kim janey are vying for the city's top office all of the candidates are people of color and four of them are women. A judge has rejected the latest version of a ballot. Measure the future of policing in minneapolis. The proposal would lift a requirement that police staffing beheld to a minimum comedian norm macdonald. A cast member of saturday night live in the mid nineteen ninety s has died after battling cancer for nine years. Npr's mentally ill barco has more throughout his career. Norm macdonald joked about things that might seem inappropriate while hosting weekend. Update segments on snl. He used to lampoon former football star and actor. Oj simpson who was on trial for murdering his wife. Of course oj did it. I mean come on mcdonald later. Said the network fired him from the show for jokes like this norm. Macdonald started out in stand up comedy and canada where he was born he wrote for tv. Shows like dennis miller roseanne. He appeared on late night. Talk shows and even hosted his own norm. Macdonald has a show. He voiced animated characters including sarcastic foul mouth pigeon and as recently as last year mcdonald was onstage. Making fun of corona virus pandemic. Monday del barco. Npr news on wall street stocks fell after the latest report on inflation. The dow lost two hundred ninety. Two points the nasdaq shed sixty seven. I'm shay stevens. This is npr news..

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"martin kosti" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

03:56 min | 10 months ago

"martin kosti" Discussed on NPR News Now

"In. The water is very cold. President biden is going to louisiana today to survey storm damage and speak with local officials. They're expected to ask him for more federal aid. Prosecutors in minnesota have added a charge against a former brooklyn center police officer who shot and killed dante right in april. Kimberly potter is facing charges in rights. Killing as npr's martin kosti reports right was initially pulled over for having an air fresher hanging on his mirror and expired license tabs but when officers found that he was wanted on a gun charge he suddenly tried to break free and duct back into his car. Video shows potter the senior officer on the scene appearing to confuse her gun for her taser shouting taser warning than shooting right with a single bullet she was initially charged with second degree manslaughter but protesters demanded a murder charge. Now potter faces an additional charge of first degree manslaughter for quote reckless. Handling or use of a firearm. The charging decision comes from state attorney general. Keith ellison who took over from local prosecutors in may martin kosti. npr news a former district. Attorney in georgia has been indicted. Jackie johnson is accused of misconduct in the case of three white men accused of killing. Amman are berry are berry. Who was black was jogging in savannah neighborhood went. He was accosted and shot to death. The labor department will release a snapshot this morning hiring for the month of august. Npr's scott horsely reports forecasters expect to see some slow down from the strong job growth this summer. Us employers added more than nine hundred thousand jobs in both june and july but last month's gains are expected to be smaller as a surge in new corona virus cases forced both employers and would be workers to tap the breaks. Neither richardson is chief economist for the payroll processing company. Adp had labor market recovery has downshifted the us economy is facing increasing headwinds as the pandemic whereas on and the delta variant creates uncertainty new corona virus cases have jumped about twenty percent in the last two weeks and cova deaths if nearly doubled that makes people more cautious about going out and spending money so a lot of in-person businesses need fewer workers. Npr's scott horsely it's npr fire officials in california say powerful winds decrease near lake tahoe where the destructive kaldor fire is burning but they've contained less than a third of that blaze. The kaldor fire got so close to the resort city of south lake. Tahoe this week. All twenty two thousand residents were told evacuate. Some people across the border in nevada were told to flee to former catholic cardinal theater mccarrick will be arraigned today on charges that he sexually assaulted a teenage boy forty seven years ago in massachusetts from member station. Gbh in boston craig. Lemoult reports mccarrick is the highest ranking catholic official in the us to be criminally charged for sexual offense against a minor in the criminal complaint. The accuser says mccarrick sexually abused him over a period of years beginning when he was a young boy. The charges focused on an alleged assault that occurred during a wedding reception for the alleged victim's brother on the campus of wellesley college. In nineteen four. The alleged victim was sixteen years old at the time and the police report says mccarrick was a friend of his family. Mccarrick was defrocked by pope francis in two thousand nineteen after vatican investigation confirmed allegations of sexual abuse for npr news. I'm craig lemoult in boston. President biden and first lady. Jill biden went to walter reed national military medical center in marlin yesterday. The white house says they visited u s servicemembers recently wounded in afghanistan. The marine corps says fifteen marines are patients their wounded when a suicide bomber detonated explosives near the kabul airport. That attack occurred as the us. Chaotically evacuated americans and afghans who are trying to flee the taliban. I'm korva coleman npr news..

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"martin kosti" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"martin kosti" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Don't know much about what's going on. I think the American presidents fault. That's what they're saying. On the news at least. And Steve I spoke to several others at the same thing. They just didn't know, and they didn't feel like these negotiations have an impact on their daily lives, but I did meet one person tongue you h r staffer a local company here who seemed to have a handle on what was happening. And here's what she said. When asked her which country has more leverage not about just neither of them. Do it's a war. Both countries will lose whether it's a trade war or an actual war. I just hope both sides will resolve it peacefully. It's better for the global economy that way, we're good this. There are scenarios where both sides lose where the two countries decouple as they put it where their economy suffered quite a lot. But are people that you talk within China optimistic that there is a deal out there somewhere? Well, it's interesting. I think people in the know who have historical understanding of how China typically negotiates are not surprised about this week's events backing away from perceived commitment negotiation strategy, that's familiar to anyone who's worked in China and China watchers, I've spoken to think that if China were truly backed at. Backtracking here and digging their heels in what's the point of sending their delegation to Washington this week by sending little hood, China seems to be sending a message that it's still open negotiating and that it wants to make a deal with the Trump administration. What that deal is though the content of it seems to be up for grabs isn't really hard still trying to make a deal because the Trump administration is demanding fundamental changes in the way, they do business. I think it is. I think that the big sticking points here. Steve number one is the sovereignty issue of enforcement, the US wants to be able to enforce what Beijing promises, and I think that's the big thing. And also the structural changes that the US is asking for that is a big sticking point for the Chinese, rob. Thanks as always, thanks NPR's. Rob Schmitz is in Shanghai. And now a story about unintended consequences, the number of guns stolen from cars in the US is spiking. This is especially true in states like Tennessee, which have growing gun rights laws. They make it easier for people to keep guns in their cars. NPR's Martin Kosti brings us the story and just a quick warning. Here. You will hear the sound of gunshots in the segment for the last couple of years. Tennessee has been caught in something of a vicious cycle on one hand people are scared of getting robbed in their cars or worse. Paul given and works at Royal range USA, it's a gun store and firing range on the south side of Nashville. Just right down the street. There's been several carjacking.

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"martin kosti" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"martin kosti" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Saying. On the news at least. And Steve I spoke to several others the same thing, they just didn't know, and they didn't feel like negoti go she's have an impact on their daily lives. But I did meet one person tongue you h R staffer local company here who seem to have a handle on what was happening. And here's what she said. When asked her which country has more leverage not about. Neither of them. Do it's a war. Both countries will lose whether it's a trade war or an actual war. I just hope both sides will resolve it peacefully. It's better for the global economy that way goodness. There are scenarios where both sides lose where the two countries decouple as they put it where their economy suffer quite a lot. But are people that you talk within China optimistic that there is a deal out there somewhere? Well, it's interesting. I think people in the know who have instruct understanding of how China typically negotiates are not surprised about this week's events backing away from perceived commitments is negotiation strategy. That's familiar to anyone who's worked in China and China watchers, I've spoken to think that if China were truly backed at backtracking here and digging their heels in what's the point of sending their delegation to Washington this week by sending Lil Huzzah, China seems to be sending a message that it's still open negotiating and that it wants to make a deal with the Trump administration. What that deal is though the content of it seems to be up for grabs isn't really hard still trying to make deal. Because the Trump administration is demanding fundamental changes in the way, they do business. I think it is. I think that the big sticking points here. Steve number one is the sovereignty issue of enforcement, the US wants to be able to enforce what Beijing promises, and I think that's the big thing. And also the structural changes that the US is asking for that is a big sticking point for the Chinese. Rob. Thanks, always. Thanks NPR's. Rob Schmitz Shanghai. And now a story about unintended consequences, the number of guns stolen from cars in the US is spiking. This is especially true in states like Tennessee, which have growing gun rights laws. They make it easier for people to keep guns in their cars. NPR's Martin Kosti brings us the story and just a quick warning. Here. You will hear the sound of gunshots in the segment for the last couple of years. Tennessee has been caught in something of a vicious cycle on one hand people are scared of getting robbed in their cars or worse. Paul given works at Royal range USA, it's a gun store and firing range on the south side of Nashville. Just right down the street. There's been several.

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"martin kosti" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"martin kosti" Discussed on KCRW

"Don't know much about what's going on. I think the American presidents fault. That's what they're saying. On the news at least, and Steve I spoke to several others at the same thing. They just didn't know, and they didn't feel like these negotiations have an impact on their daily lives. But I did meet one person telling you h r staffer a local company here who seemed to have a handle on what was happening. And here's what she said. When asked her which country has more leverage. About just neither of them. Do it's the war. Both countries will lose whether it's a trade war or an actual war. I just hope both sides will resolve it peacefully. It's better for the global economy that way, we're goodness. There are scenarios where both sides lose where the two countries decouple as they put it where their economy suffer quite a lot. But are people that you talk within China optimistic that there is a deal out there somewhere? Well, it's interesting. I think people in the know who have historical understanding of how China typically negotiates are not surprised about this week's events backing away from perceived commitments as a negotiation strategy. That's familiar to anyone who's worked in China and China watchers, I've spoken to think that if China were truly backed up backtracking here and digging their heels in what's the point of sending their delegation to Washington this week by sending little hood, China seems to be sending a message that it's still open negotiating and that it wants to make a deal with the Trump administration. What that deal is though the content of it seems to be up for grabs is. Isn't really hard still trying to make a deal because the Trump administration is demanding fundamental changes in the way, they do business. I think it is. I think that the big sticking points here. Steve number one is the sovereignty issue of enforcement, the US wants to be able to enforce what Beijing promises, and I think that's the big thing. And also the structural changes that the US is asking for that is a big sticking point for the Chinese, rob. Thanks as always, thanks NPR's. Rob Schmitz is in Shanghai. And now a story about unintended consequences, the number of guns stolen from cars in the US is spiking. This is especially true in states like Tennessee, which have growing gun rights laws. They make it easier for people to keep guns in their cars. NPR's Martin Kosti brings us the story and just a quick warning. Here. You will hear the sound of gunshots in the segment for the last couple of years. Tennessee has been caught in something of a vicious cycle on one hand people are scared of getting robbed in their cars or worse. Paul given and works at Royal range USA, it's a gun store and firing range on the south side of Nashville. Just right down the street. There's been several carjacking.

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"martin kosti" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"martin kosti" Discussed on KCRW

"In Culver City, California. I'm Wayne Brown. Please here in Los Angeles. Ahah suspect has been arrested following the shooting death of rapper nipsy hustle. The case was prompted L A civic leaders to sound and alarm over a sudden rise in gun violence. NPR's Martin Kosti has this update. Elliot's focused on shootings right now because of the murder on Sunday of rapper nipsy hustle, but police chief Michael Moore says two or three weeks ago. His department had already detected a sharp increase in shootings. He says the city averaged thirteen shooting victims a week in January and February March we saw that number double to twenty six on average and nearly entirely that increase was in seventy seventh area of south Los Angeles, much of it is gang back. Nearly all of it is gang related, but more says there's no sign that hustles murder was gang related. Police say it was a personal dispute. The chief praised the wrapper for wanting to help to solve with the chief called L as tragic. Love affair with gun violence. Martin Kosti NPR news, President Trump now says he's taking a wait and see approach to threat to seal the southwest border this week after telling reporters he's pleased with steps Mexico's taken in recent days to stem, the tide of Central American migrants. NPR's John Burnett reports from El Paso, there are many factors contributing to the recent surge in would be migrants attempting to cross the border a lot of family and friends in the states are telling their contacts back in Guatemala, and El Salvador, come now, if you bring a kid they'll release you some of the harsh treatment by a Mexican immigration. Authorities has apparently eased up some and so the way through Mexico's easier and also they're concerned that President Trump may change the rules at the border. So that if they bring a child with him a no longer will they be allowed to to enter NPR's. John Burnett reporting stocks finished mixed on Wall Street today. The Dow law seventy nine points down about. Third of a percent. This is NPR who'd evening, it's five thirty three. I'm Eric Roy with KCRW headlines interest cheetahs a twenty nine year old man suspected in the shooting death of rapper nipsy hustle in the south. Los Angeles was arrested today in bellflower NPR mentioned twenty nine year old Eric Holder was arrested at around one pm on our TJ boulevard by LA county sheriff's deputies according to Los Angeles police a witness called thorns to report seeing a person believed to be holder sheriff's deputies detained him outside of mental health facility and Los Angeles police officers went to the sheriff's Lakewood station, confirm that the man was indeed holder. He was booked in jail where he's being held without bail, friends, family and fans continue to mourn, the loss of raptor. Nipsy Russell shot to death over the weekend outside his clothing store in south LA. Those mourners include Elliott city councilman marquees Harris Dawson, he worked with hustle on a.

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KQED Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"martin kosti" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ten I'm Laurie London. President Trump says he will close the US southern border if necessary, but as NPR's Windsor Johnston reports his threat comes amid praise for Mexico for taking what the White House calls more responsibility to stop migrants from crossing into the US illegally. Trump on Friday warned that he would close the southern border. If Mexico didn't do more to stop the overwhelming tide of migrant crossings speaking at the White House, Trump gave Mexico credit for every ending thousands of people in recent days, but says more needs to be done Dros done an incredible job. But the system is absolutely maxed out, and it's a very unfair thing. When asked about the economic consequences of shutting down the border Trump acknowledged it would have a negative impact. But said security is more important than trade Windsor Johnston. NPR news, Washington. Civic leaders in. Los Angeles are sounding alarm over a Sutton recent increase in gun violence, NPR's Martin Kosti has more Elliot's focused on shootings right now because of the murder on Sunday of rapper nipsy hustle, but police chief Michael Moore says two or three weeks ago. His department had already detected a sharp increase in shootings. He says the city averaged thirteen shooting victims a week in January and February March we saw that number double to twenty six on average and nearly entirely that increase was in seventy seventh area of south Los Angeles, much of it is gang back. Nearly all of it is gang related, but more says there's no sign that hustles murder was gang related. Police say it was a personal dispute. The chief praised the wrapper for wanting to help to solve with the chief called L as tragic love affair with gun violence. Martin Kosti NPR news one person has been killed and two others injured after an explosion and fire. At a chemical plant in Harris County, Texas worker Randy Villalobos says after the blast. He had one urge to get out. Get out of spicy,.

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KCRW

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"martin kosti" Discussed on KCRW

"Four thirty news headlines are next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly beginning today. It's illegal across the US to own a bump stock a device that allows semiautomatic rifles to fire continuously the federal ban was enacted after a gunman killed fifty eight people and injured hundreds more at an outdoor music festival in Las Vegas in two thousand seventeen NPR's Martin Kosti has more the federal ban was issued in December. But came with a ninety day delay in implementation. And that allowed extra time for an online vendor to keep selling them. In fact, hyping the fact that the deadline was coming to sell the bump stocks and now that they are illegal to own. It's really impossible to know how many people who've bought them are going to destroy them return them in. So we really won't know how many people have disposed of these bump stocks, twelve coaches indicted in college, admissions cheating investigation, have pleaded not guilty to charges of racketeering and conspiracy to commit fraud. Kirk carapace with member station W GBH says. Each appeared in federal court yesterday. Federal prosecutors in Boston say the twenty five million dollar scheme included, phony test scores doctored athletic profiles, and hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes to help guaranteed mission for unqualified students in court. They said the coaches face up to twenty years in prison and a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar fine. Judge Mary page Kelly has restricted travel to within the United States for all coaches charged in the scheme. This is NPR news from Washington. State police in Massachusetts say they're searching for a suspect after a shooting this morning at a hotel in suburban Boston. The crown plaza was evacuated as authorities began that search. The Pentagon is reporting a successful test of its missile defense systems. NPR's Jeff Brumfield says interceptor missiles were fired over the Pacific from underground silos in California. The tests involved a dummy missile that was intercepted by two others and destroyed the w was fired from Quadra NATO on the Pacific Ocean. Towards California sensors tracked the missile as it flew. And then the interceptors were launched from Vandenberg Air Force base. The first interceptor successfully struck the dummy warhead high over the Pacific the second appear to continue to seek a target as designed in a real attack. Several missiles would be fired a single incoming warhead to increase the likelihood of an intercept. This is the second successful test of the ground based system in recent years. In two thousand seventeen to single interceptor also found its target. Jeff, Brumfield and news. Washington. Officials in Texas say it could be a few more days before a section of the Houston. Ship channel reopened following a fire at a petrochemical terminal. The US coast guard says crews are still working to contain and clean up chemicals spilled in the fire. The port of Houston is one of the busiest ports in the US. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington. Hey, you deserve. Some fakes you already give to KCRW as seining number every month. And you listen to our shows every day, you subscribe.

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KQED Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"martin kosti" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Martin is going to talk to the dean of the Boston University school of public health about the lasting effects of trauma, following several high profile suicides that story and more of warning edition is on the way next on this Tuesday. Now, it's NPR news headlines on at four thirty live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly beginning today, it's illegal across the US to own a bump stock a device that allows semi automatic rifles to fire continuously the federal ban wasn't acted after a gunman killed fifty eight people and injured hundreds more at an outdoor music festival in Las Vegas in two thousand seventeen NPR's Martin Kosti has more the federal ban was issued in December. But it came with a ninety day delay in implementation. And that allowed extra time for an online vendor to keep selling them. In fact, hyping the fact that the deadline was coming to sell the bump stocks, and now that they are illegal to own it's really impossible to know how. How many people who've bought them are going to destroy them return them in? So we really won't know how many people have disposed of these bump stocks, twelve coaches indicted in college, admissions cheating investigation, have pleaded not guilty to charges of racketeering and conspiracy to commit fraud. Kirk carapace with member station W G B H says each appeared in federal court yesterday. Federal prosecutors in Boston say the twenty five million dollars scheme included, phony test scores doctored athletic profiles, and hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes to help guarantee admission for unqualified students in.

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90.3 KAZU

08:17 min | 3 years ago

"martin kosti" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"It's all things considered from NPR news. Audie cornish. And I'm Ari Shapiro. The terrorist attack in New Zealand is racing familiar questions about the internet's role in radicalization. One question today is whether the man accused of organizing the attack on two mosques was inspired by racist ideas from the US NPR's Martin Kosti joins us now. Martin good afternoon. You spent some time today reading the long document that this young Australian man posted online NPR in many other news organizations have chosen not to share it. But what do you think our listeners ought to know about it? Well, it's mainly about his fear that white people in western countries are going to be replaced by immigrants who have higher birth rates. Now. This is hardly a new idea have been books about this notion for decades and the attackers hero apparently in this document is this British fascist from the World War Two era. And he also says he reached his racist conclusions a couple of years ago, and he this attacker was touring Europe. And he was. Shocked by how many non white people lived in some parts of France, for example. Okay. So how does the internet factor into this? Well, the tone of this document is all about the internet. He writes it in this sort of snarky adolescent style, especially there's this lengthy self interview. He does serve imagining what the media might ask him. It's really self important, but it's also full of all these winking references to internet memes. And it's very self aware at one point he even says that his racist project relies on quote, edgy humor and memes in the vanguard stage in order to attack attract young people. Can you give us an example of that? Well, probably the everyone everyone's talking about is how when he was streaming live video during his attack right to start. He says subscribed to Pudi pie. Now that sounds bizarre to the average grown-up. But you need to understand that Pudi pie is this Swedish video game playing YouTube star. And his crown is the most subscribed to person on YouTube had been threatened by another YouTube. Account out of India. So for a lot of people or some people subscribe to pious sort of internet code for supporting white Europeans, this echoes some of the things we hear from alright groups what have those groups said in the wave reaction today. Well, they're kind of all over the map. It's sort of hard. Sometimes to understand what they were. They really stand. You know, this attacker is not easy to pigeonhole politically. He's a racist. But he also says he admires China. He cares about the environment. So when you read these alright sites, it's kind of a hall of of snark and sarcasm, but here's some reaction from the conspiracy theory news, website, info wars, there's all sorted effort. A Soros and others to ban booty by and now this app, it's pretty pies come out and said, it's disgusting. It's chickening has nothing to do with it. Now, that's the info wars star Alex Jones, and he right away started talking about how this tragedy in New Zealand will be used as he puts it by the media here in America. The right wing white guy they want, but we're going to show you where he worshipped communist China where he hates Christians where he hates conservatives. And he's just sounds like your standard, leftist devil worshiper Martin Kosti. Is there any connection between what this guy rights and American politics? Well, none that we've seen so far certainly no connection to any organizations that we've seen evidence for, but the attacker seems very aware of our politics that he says he hopes that this attack will actually gin up some of the tension in our country over gun rights. And in fact, he's just admitting in another way that this is all sort of him once again trying to troll us NPR's Martin Kosti. Thank you. You're welcome. The state of California currently has seven hundred and thirty seven people on death row for about the next three years. At least none of them will be executed. That's because earlier this week that state's governor democrat Gavin Newsom granted all of them temporary reprieves because he says the death penalty is inconsistent with the bedrock values of being a Californian Gavin Newsom has long opposed capital punishment when I spoke with him earlier today, he explained how he thinks about the death penalty differently now that he sits in the governor's office. It's no longer an intellectual exercise. It's no longer a campaign. It's real I am entrusted pursuant to my role and responsibilities governor California to make a determination about life or death to give the order to execute. I just cannot in good conscience do that knowing outrageously skewed. Our criminal Justice system is and knowing that it's likely that there are more than a few dozen people on death row in California that are there growingly convicted. Is that something that, you know, for fact, well, we know that one hundred sixty four people for a fact have been exonerated from death row since nineteen Seventy-three academy of science estimates. Four percent of those on death row are likely to be innocent. You put that in perspective seven hundred thirty seven four percent. That's thirty human beings could be executed under my watch. I have to sleep at night knowing they were innocent at the same time. There's twenty five people who have exhausted their appeals, which means they've had trials. They have had appeals. They have been through a very lengthy process. What's your response to families who have also had to endure that process are you taking away their measure of Justice now? And that's the hardest part about this. I've met with dozens of victims some that are outraged by my reprieve others that actually and interestingly, a celebrated it I met a mother of a nineteen year old who was killed and said, you do not have the right as governor to take away another life in my daughter's name, you will not be doing that. If you do it for my family, you'll be doing that to my family, very creative conversations. Have you had with people who've said the opposite? I was told directly that my job is to radically evil and by executing the person that was responsible for killing this man's daughter. I would be doing that. And while that may be true. It's not just that one individual case. That's in front of me. Again, it's hundreds and hundreds of cases of which two thirds are people of color of which one third are mentally ill in a criminal Justice system that not only a skewed racially, but also financially. I don't think it is the right thing to do to execute people. With those kind of disparities that are so self evident in our country in twenty twelve there was a ballot measure that would have eliminated the death penalty that was defeated just in two thousand sixteen. There was a ballot measure that would have eliminated the death penalty. It was defeated. I'm California voters have very much spoken on this topic. Are you you surfing? There will look at year after we educate that on the ballot box. Someone was exonerated and released from death row. Look, I I have the right pursuit of the constitution. The will of the voters to advance reprieves considered at all I think trying to challenge your right as a governor to do. So the question is what do you say to all those people who have voted repeatedly in support of the death penalty? In many cases, are the same that voted to give the governor the right to reprieve, meaning by electing you. You think they're also voting on this in some way. I think they voted for me for my judgment now in making this argument the way you are not just in the state, but nationally, right? You're on a media tour right now have you essentially given up on a legislative or voter driven repeal of the death penalty in California. No, I want to end the death penalty in California as someone who twice not once was very public in my opposition in the last two efforts. I hope we bring it back. I'm also considering commutations. It's also afforded to me under the constitution. I asked. Sensually? You're now doing something singlehandedly, right? Well, that's the governor has the right to do that. By the way. This is not unique another number of other governors and other states have done this. None, of course, in a state is largest is California. And yes, THE your question. I do wanna ended up putting the United States of America. I think it's par- Barrick, you can still hold people accountable. You could still advance Justice by doing the right thing and not perpetuating violence by premeditated executions, Gavin Newsom is a democratic governor from California. Thank you for speaking with all things.

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KQED Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"martin kosti" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He used to work on the supplier side of things in there, and he thinks Boeing's quality assurance QA as he puts it has suffered. I would say that if it ain't boy ninety going because you know, QA so good. That I'm kind of worrying now that they're pushing the production sell high jump times when they're pushing for Kachin. Oh, this guy. Always does. Good work. They signed it off without really really doing the due diligence. There's no indication yet that QA is connected to the cause of these crashes right now, the focus is on flight control software, which was meant to compensate for the tendency of the plane's nose to rise which itself was the result of Boeing's decision to marry newer, bigger engines to an older airframe design when you're trying to adapt an existing design the gadget over and over and over again, you know, there are unintended consequences. John Australia's editor in chief of air current and online publication focused on aviation. He says Boeing strategy of incremental updates to a decades old plane allowed them to get the max to market more quickly. But it also resulted in the plane that wouldn't have been designed this way. If they'd started from scratch, you do it differently. You absolutely would their new generations of certification requirements that Boeing does not have to abide by because things have remained unchanged. Seven thirty seven over time. The question is whether the max will now be seen as too much of a design compromise and how that might affect demand. Bill KIO doubts that Boeing will be able to maintain production at the same fast clip. He's managing director of the supply chain transportation, logistics masters program at the university of Washington, he's also consulted for blowing in the past. And he says the company's ultra lean manufacturing style just makes things more complex when something like this happens. The effects will ripple all down through the supply chain. Because I, you know, I don't know how long this will take to be resolved. But I don't think Boeing is going to fill up its facility with parts. It can't use s to all those new green colored planes. They probably won't just stack up. Renton the FAA's order grounding. The max includes an exception for production related flights. So Boeing can fly them to some other holding area maybe out in the desert until the planes future becomes clear. Martin Kosti NPR news Seattle..

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"martin kosti" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"martin kosti" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That QA is connected to the cause of these crashes right now, the focus is on flight control software, which was meant to compensate for the tendency of the plane's nose to rise which itself was the result of Boeing's decision to marry newer, bigger engines to an older airframe design when you're trying to adapt an existing design and adapt it over and over again, you know, there are unintended consequences. John Ostra hours editor in chief of air current and online publication focused on aviation. He says Boeing strategy of incremental updates to a decades-old plane allowed them to get the max to market more quickly. But it also resulted in the plane that wouldn't have been designed this way. If they'd started from scratch, you do it differently. You absolutely would their new generations of certification requirements that Boeing does not have to buy because things have remained unchanged. Seven thirty seven over time. The question is whether the max will now be seen as too much of a design compromise and how that might affect demand. Bill KIO doubts that Boeing will be able to maintain production at the same fast clip. He's managing director of the supply chain transportation logistics masters program at the university of Washington, he's also consulted for Boeing in the past. And he says the company's ultra lean manufacturing style just makes things more complex when something like this happens. The effects will ripple all down through the supply chain. Because I, you know, I don't know how long this will take to be resolved. But I don't think Boeing is going to fill up its facility with parts. It can't use s to all those new green colored planes. They probably won't just stack up in Renton the FAA's order grounding. The max includes an exception for production related flights. So Boeing Ken fly them to some other holding area, maybe out in the desert until the planes future becomes clear. Martin Kosti NPR news Seattle..

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"martin kosti" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"martin kosti" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Would say that if it ain't Boeing I ain't going because owns QA. So good. That I'm kind of worrying now that they're pushing the production. So high jump times when they're pushing for Kachin as oh this guy. Always does good work. They signed it off without really really doing the due diligence. There's no indication yet that QA is connected to the cause of these crashes right now, the focus is on flight control software, which was meant to compensate for the tendency of the plane's nose to rise which itself was the result of Boeing's decision to marry newer, bigger engines to an older airframe design when you're trying to adapt an existing design and adapted over and over and over again, you know, there are unintended consequences. John Astro hours editor in chief of air current and online publication focused on aviation. He says Boeing strategy of incremental updates to a decades-old plane allowed them to get the max to market more quickly. But it also resulted in the plane that wouldn't have been designed this way. If they'd started from scratch, you do it differently. You absolutely would. Their new generations of certification requirements at Boeing not have to abide by because things have remained unchanged. Seven thirty seven over time. The question is whether the max will now be seen as too much of a design compromise and how that might affect demand. Bill KIO doubts that Boeing will be able to maintain production at the same fast clip. He's managing director of the supply chain transportation logistics masters program at the university of Washington, he's also consulted for Boeing in the past. And he says the company's ultra lean manufacturing style just makes things more complex when something like this happens. The effects will ripple all down through the supply chain. Because I, you know, I don't know how long this will take to be resolved. But I don't think Boeing is gonna fill up its facility with parts. It can't use s to all those new green colored planes. They probably won't just stack up and Renton the FAA's order grounding. The max includes an exception for production-related flights. So Boeing Ken fly them to some other holding area, maybe out in the desert until the plane. Future becomes clear. Martin Kosti NPR news Seattle..

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"martin kosti" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"martin kosti" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR news in Washington. I'm Laurie London, California. Senator Kamla Harris is the latest democrat to announce a presidential run. NPR's? Scott detro- has more Harris is the third sitting Senator to enter the race. Joining Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and New York's Kirsten gillibrand in a rapidly growing field Harris has been in the Senate for just two years, but quickly established a national name with their questions and high profile intelligence and judiciary committee hearings, including last fall's confirmation hearings for supreme court Justice Brett cavenaugh, the former California attorney general and San Francisco district attorney is centering her campaign around her time as a prosecutor making the pitch that she would represent voters like she represented state and local governments in courtrooms. A recent NPR poll found that most voters still haven't heard of Harris, but she had largely favourable Marx among respondents who did have an opinion on the California law may. Maker Harris will kick off her campaign with a Friday event in South Carolina. Followed by a weekend rally in her hometown of Oakland. Scott that tro NPR news, Washington. It is now day thirty one of the partial US government shutdown with no end in sight about thirty five thousand people continue to work without pay in the nation's federal prison system. And some guards say it is making their work. More dangerous NPR's Martin Kosti reports. Erin McLaughlin is a guard at the federal prison in mendota, California. He's also the union local president he says more guards are now calling in sick because of the stress of this shutdown, and that's a strain on the guards who have to cover for them when they they mandatory staff member. Now, you're forcing somebody to work sixteen hours without pay and that's dangerous situation. Because you're you're tired. You're you're not on your game as you should be. We've all been advocating for the agency the lockdown for for several weeks now, and they they refuse to do it. He says a lockdown. Confining inmates to their cells would make things easier for the overstretch staff almost all bureau of prisons employees are being forced to work even though they're last paycheck was more than three weeks ago. Martin Kosti NPR news the European Union is imposing sanctions on four men accused of poisoning. Former Russian spy Sergei script Paul and his daughter in England. They include the head of Russia's military agency or intelligence agency, and his deputy Teri Schultz has more from Brussels. The Russian men believed to be seen on tape. Preparing the nerve agent attack in Salisbury and the top two officials in Russia's military intelligence agency are now banned from entering the European Union. They'll also have any EU based financial essence frozen eleven Syrian businessmen and five companies are also being put under sanctions for their rule in Syrian President Bashar Assad gas attacks on his own people the rising use of nerve agents band, two decades ago under an international treaty is alarming..

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"martin kosti" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"martin kosti" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And gloom, Martin Kosti NPR news. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Rural hospitals across the country have been going out of business at an unprecedented pace residents are leaving rural areas and the people who stay don't always have health coverage. These hospitals are struggling to attract insured patients, and they're also facing penalties. If the same people show up over and over like farmer of member station WPN reports on that readmission conundrum Livingston is a town of four thousand that's tucked in the rolling Tennessee hills that has attracted a lot of retirees like Charlotte pots she spends much for day in a recliner tethered to pulsing oxygen machine in her cramped apartment. I've only had five heart attacks. It carotid artery surgery just a few things. Pots lives within spitting distance of Livingston regional hospital, which has a small cardiac unit, but they really don't wanna see pots every time our heart flutters. So last time she landed in the ER hospital staff linked her up with a home health agency have certain thanks going on here in my chest. Cal forever. There there there were days when home health aides might be viewed as a competitor to the hospital not anymore. It is Tim McGill is CEO of Livingston regional on a started. This almost forty years ago. The mission was different. We wanted patients in the hospital that was the incentive paid for it. Now, you're not this hundred bed hospital operates on the thinnest of margins and so-called readmissions have been a sore spot under the Affordable Care Act Medicare began to ding hospitals. If too many patients end up back in a hospital within thirty days in some years Livingston regionalist lost three percent of its Medicare revenue the maximum penalty, the punishment forced Livingston's leaders to start cooperating with other medical providers in town hospital nurse, Mary Ann Stockton is at the local library where she holds quarterly lunch meetings. She invites home health, operators, hospice caregivers even nursing home leaders. They've cared for the same patients forever. But rarely coordinated until now how? Health and hospice, we've definitely seen an increase in y'all coming into the hospital meeting the patients before they go home on this day. They talk about how all their workers need flu shots, otherwise elderly patients can become what Stockton calls frequent. Flyers flu.

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"martin kosti" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"martin kosti" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"And gloom, Martin Kosti NPR news. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Rural hospitals across the country have been going out of business at an unprecedented pace residents are leaving rural areas and the people who stay don't always have health coverage. These hospitals are struggling to attract insured patients, and they're also facing penalties. If the same people show up over and over Blake farmer of member station WPN reports on the readmission conundrum Livingston is a town of four thousand that's tucked in the rolling Tennessee hills that has attracted a lot of retirees like Charlotte pots she spends much for Dana recliner tethered to a pulsing oxygen machine in her cramped apartment. I've only had five heart attacks. Carotid artery surgery, just a few things. Pots lives within spitting distance of Livingston regional hospital, which has a small cardiac unit, but they really don't wanna see pots every time our heart flutters. So last time she landed in the ER hospital staff linked up with a home health agency. If I go to have certain thanks going on here in my chest. Alfred. And there there there were days when home health aides might be viewed as a competitor to the hospital not anymore. It is Tim McGill is CEO of Livingston regional wanna started. This almost forty years ago. The mission was different. We wanted patients in the hospital that was the incentive for paid for it. Now, you're not this hundred bed hospital operates on the thinnest of margins and so-called readmissions have been a sore spot under the Affordable Care Act Medicare began to ding hospitals. If too many patients end up back in a hospital within thirty days in some years Livingston regionalists lost three percent of its Medicare revenue the maximum penalty the punishment forced Livingston's leaders to start cooperating with other medical providers in town. Kony hospital nurse. Mary Stockton is at the local library where she holds quarterly lunch meetings. She invites home health, operators, hospice caregivers even nursing home leaders. They've cared for the same patients forever, but rarely coordinated until now how health and hospice we've definitely seen an increase in y'all coming into the hospital meeting the patients before they go home on this day. They talk about how all their workers need flu shots, otherwise elderly patients can become what Stockton calls frequent. Flyers flu.

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"martin kosti" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"martin kosti" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Martin Kosti NPR news. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Rural hospitals across the country have been going out of business at an unprecedented pace residents are leaving rural areas and the people who stay don't always have health coverage. These hospitals are struggling to attract insured patients, and they're also facing penalties. If the same people show up over and over like farmer of member station WPN reports on the readmission conundrum Livingston is a town of four thousand that's tucked in the rolling Tennessee hills that has attracted a lot of retirees like Charlotte pots she spends much for day in a recliner tethered to a pulsing oxygen machine in her cramped apartment. I've only had five heart attacks. Carotid artery surgery, just a few things. Pots lives within spitting distance of Livingston regional hospital, which has a small cardiac unit, but they really don't wanna see pots every time our heart flutters. So last time she landed in the ER hospital staff linked her up with a home health agency. In fact, have certain things going on here in my chest. Cal. And there there there were days when home health aides might be viewed as a competitor to the hospital not anymore. It is a running. Tim McGill is CEO of Livingston regional wanna started this almost forty years ago. The mission was different. We wanted patients hospital that was the incentive paid for it. Now, you're not this hundred bed hospital operates on the thinnest of margins and so-called readmissions have been a sore spot under the Affordable Care Act Medicare began to ding hospitals. If too many patients end up back in a hospital within thirty days in some years Livingston regionalist lost three percent of its Medicare revenue the maximum penalty the punishment forced Livingston's leaders to start cooperating with other medical providers in town. Hello. Hospital nurse. Mary Ann Stockton is at the local library where she holds quarterly lunch meetings. She invites home health, operators, hospice caregivers even nursing home leaders. They've cared for the same patients forever, but rarely coordinated until now how health and hospice we've definitely seen an increase in y'all coming into the hospital meeting the patients before they go home on this day. They talk about how all their workers need flu shots, otherwise elderly patients can become what Stockton calls frequent. Flyers flu starts off intended Monja.

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Manafort lied and breached plea agreement; Cohen deserves prison

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

Manafort lied and breached plea agreement; Cohen deserves prison

"NPR's Carrie Johnson, says prosecutors also disclosed new information about Trump's former personal lawyer prosecutors in New York say Michael Cowan deserves. A substantial prison sentence. They say he acted in coordination with an at the direction of individual one, whom we know is the president in campaign finance probe of payments to stormy Daniels. And Karen McDougal, I two women with whom Trump allegedly had personal relationships. The document also says Cohen consulted with Donald Trump about meetings with Russian officials in Moscow part of a highly lucrative Trump Tower Moscow deal that never came to fruition. The White House. Push back with press secretary Sarah Sanders, saying Cohen is no hero. Friendly fire is being blamed for the death of a sheriff's sergeant responding to the scene of a mass shooting in California last month. NPR's Martin Kosti reports twelve people were killed at the border line bar and grill in Thousand Oaks on November seventh one of them

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Judge praises U.S. efforts in reuniting migrant families

Midday on WNYC

04:47 min | 4 years ago

Judge praises U.S. efforts in reuniting migrant families

"WNYC stick around. We'll be right back after the news. Live from NPR, news in Washington I'm Shay Stevens President Trump is ramping up the rhetoric can the ongoing US trade. Dispute with China NPR's Windsor Johnston reports, that Trump now says he's willing to impose tariffs on all Chinese. Imports Trump is threatening to slap duties on roughly five, hundred billion dollars in Chinese goods the latest warning comes after the two countries levied tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth, of each other's exports, earlier, this month Andrea Bjorklund and international trade expert, at McGill University says the. Trade impasse is stirring up, global markets there have been some sell off worldwide and stock markets have fallen apparently on fears of the trade battle the, US market has been remarkably resilient up to now but it isn't clear how long that will last when asked about the. Stock market potentially falling in response to larger. Scale tariffs the president said quote if It does it does Windsor Johnston NPR news Wall Street stocks fell slightly Friday due to strong earnings reports Michael Collins lawyer, acknowledges that his client secretly recorded Donald Trump talking about paying a former playboy model claiming she had. An affair with Trump in two thousand, six as first reported by the New York Times Cohen apparently made. The take two months before the election in two thousand, sixteen Cohen was Trump's personal attorney until about. Two months ago he's also the man who paid another woman suing Trump for, saying they never had, an, affair A. Federal judge says. The government is making great progress toward meeting his deadline for their reunion of thousands of migrant children and families separated at the, US Mexico border Julie small reports from San Diego four hundred and fifty families were reunited this week that's a jump of about one hundred and just. A day and the number of parents cleared to receive their children's soon has climbed to nearly one thousand US district judge Dana Subroto said he was very impressed with. The government's effort to meet a. Deadline next week to reunite all the families earlier this week the government said they had a total. Of two. Thousand five hundred. Fifty, one children in custody who had been separated from apparent but attorneys with. The American Civil Liberties union wanna know why the government believes, nine hundred other parents may not be eligible to get their children back attorneys also want to talk to more than one hundred people who declined to be reunited with a child to make sure they fully understand their rights for NPR news I'm Julie small in San Diego German. Police are seeking a motive for ninth attack on a bus in the northern city of Luebeck Check as NPR's Martin Kosti reports several people were injured before the suspect was overpowered and arrested witnesses in the local newspaper Lubeck say that the. Assailant used a kitchen knife to attack people that twelve people were slightly injured and two were seriously injured including one man who apparently was stabbed in the chest just. At the moment when he stood. Up to give his seat to an elderly woman NPR's Martin custody reporting you're listening to NPR news Hundreds of people gathered outside a tourism business that at a church. Branson Missouri last night to honor the victims of a duck book. Accident on, a local lake seventeen people including the driver were killed. When the vessel capsized and sank. During a storm the Republican National Committee says it will hold its next presidential nominating convention in Charlotte North Carolina the. Story from, NPR's Don gonyea the selection of Charlotte comes as no surprise as it was. The only city. Under serious consideration for the twenty twenty Republican national convention the event will take place in July or August of that year right now President Trump is the only official GOP candidate for president he's already been holding campaign, rallies the official press release described Charlotte as the place where the party renominated President Donald Trump and vice President Mike Pence the Democrats meanwhile are still choosing between three, cities for their twenty twenty Invention. Houston Miami Beach and Milwaukee Don. Gonyea NPR news Washington they Israeli military Amman say the two sides have agreed to restore calm in the Gaza Strip the announcement coming. In day after an Israeli air campaign on Gaza killed four Palestinians. Including three, HAMAs fighters the airstrikes were launched after Palestinian gunmen killed. An Israeli soldier along the Gaza. Border where they're they're sporadic protests since March Israel has accused HAMAs of orchestrating the protests as cover for militants cross-border..

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