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"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. Police in Hong Kong are using tear gas and rubber bullets on demonstrators today. NPR's rob Schmitz, reports there were ongoing protests over a proposed extradition, Bill chanting block. The Bill thousands of mostly young protesters, many wearing surgical masks and goggles to hide their identities and protect against pepper spray surrounded the city's legislative center. It is a fresh display of defiance against the contentious Bill that would make it possible for the government of China to extradite Hong Kong citizens. A Bill that spurred hundreds of thousands of residents to March to the city on Sunday because protesters managed to surround the legislative council building, the hearing of the tradition Bill has been delayed NPR's, rob Schmitz reporting Moscow police say they detained more than two hundred demonstrators today protesting police abuse this comes after police dropped charges against a Russian journalist, Matthew Bodmer reports from Moscow emboldened, by the swift and unexpected turnaround in the states. Attitude towards Russian investigative journalists, Yvonne Golan of arrested last week on drug trafficking charges. Concerned citizens took to the streets of Moscow to March on the city's police headquarters, but some things never change Moscow police set up a barricade between the protesters position and their headquarters when the March ran into the police lines arrests began by the dozens the crackdown on the March suggests that the Kremlin does not entirely know how to manage the situation protests attitudes among some are high as evidenced by today's March, but the Kremlin requires the support of the police to maintain power as approval ratings continue to fall for NPR news. I'm Matthew in Moscow. The house oversight committee is expected to vote today to recommend that attorney general William bar, and commerce secretary Wilbur Ross be held in contempt Democrats are seeking information about a citizenship question for the twenty twenty senses, the White House is threatening to withhold census documents from congress, unless the oversight committee drops its efforts, the citizenship question is also before the. Supreme court Donald Trump junior will testify privately today to the Senate intelligence committee. He appeared in twenty seventeen but after inconsistencies surfaced he refused to return and the committee issued a subpoena. NPR's Tim Mack reports he changed his mind at the top of the agenda will be two major topics regarding the twenty sixteen campaign. I the extent to which Donald Trump junior was aware about the Trump Tower Moscow project that was being negotiated as his father ran for president and second his participation in a June. Twenty sixteen meeting when he hosted a Russian delegation offering quote, dirt on Hillary Clinton. The president son previously played down knowledge of the potential Trump Tower Moscow project, but Michael Cohen, testified earlier this year, that he repeatedly briefed Trump junior on that project last month after a subpoena was issued by the committee, Trump junior negotiated a deal in which she agreed to be questioned for four hours, Tim Mack, NPR news, Washington. This is NPR news. From the David Bonet foundation newsroom here at KCRW. I'm Cheri Glazer. The Inglewood city council has voted to make a rent control ordinance in the city permanent tenants rights groups in the city have been calling for rent camps for years and dozens of residents gathered outside city hall before the vote last night. I'm ready. Are you? Tiffany Wallace has an Inglewood resident and a member of the Inglewood tenants union. She says the city is seeing new investments like the Rams football stadium in the Crenshaw line that sent rent prices soaring, and is forcing some people to move. So it's like the city is being beautified but it's not being beautified for us. More than two dozen residents spoke at the packed city council meeting last night. Most of them urged the council to budge on the eight percent rent increase limits. They were considering in the end the city council tweak to propose ordinance. So it would restrict rent increases to eight percent a year until a property reaches Eighty-one percent of its market value, then landlords can only increase rent by five percent year. Meanwhile, the LA county board of supervisors is focusing on a different housing issue. It's boated to ban landlords from discriminating against would be tenants with government issued housing vouchers, or other rental subsidies, KCRW's, Larry Parral has more on that story. Emotion earlier this year asked county lawyers to draft the ordinance which is scheduled to come back to the board next week for a final vote the ordinance would take effect thirty days after that vote the county has been struggling to find housing for the nearly sixty thousand Angelinos without a permanent roof over their heads for years. Policymakers have been butting heads with landlords who don't want to take section eight vouchers supervisor Sheila, culed says the homeless crisis has worsened by allowing landlords to discriminate and deny Lisa's to families who want and can pay for housing, the Federal Housing vouchers make up the gap between what low income tenants can pay end market rates. Supervisor say the ordinance will not force landlords to rent to about your holder, but prevent discrimination based solely on their source of income, a two thousand eighteen. Survey by the US, Department of housing and urban development says vouchers are denied by LA county landlords seventy six percent of the time for KCRW on Larry parole. And LA's board of public works has picked a design firm to develop a renovation plan for the Hollywood walk of fame. The project is expected to cost four million dollars as main goal will be to make the walk of fame safer for pedestrians. It also focused.

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04:39 min | 2 years ago

"matthew bodmer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. Police in Hong Kong are using tear gas and rubber bullets on demonstrators today. NPR's rob Schmitz, reports there were ongoing protests over a proposed extradition, Bill chanting block. The Bill thousands of mostly young protesters, many wearing surgical masks and goggles to hide their identities and protect against pepper spray surrounded the city's legislative center. It is a fresh display of defiance against the contentious Bill that would make it possible for the government of China to extradite. Hong Kong, citizens of Bill that spurred hundreds of thousands of residents to March the city on Sunday because protesters managed to surround the legislative council building, the hearing of the extradition Bill has been delayed NPR's, rob Schmitz reporting Moscow police say they detained more than two hundred demonstrators today protesting police abuse this comes after police dropped charges against a Russian journalist, Matthew Bodmer reports from Moscow emboldened, by the swift and unexpected turnaround in the states. Attitude towards Russian investigative journalists von balloon of arrested last week on drug trafficking charges. Concerned citizens took to the streets of Moscow to March on the city's police headquarters, but some things never change Moscow police set up a barricade between the protesters position and their headquarters when the March ran into the police lines arrests began by the dozens the crackdown on the March suggests that the Kremlin does not entirely know how to manage the situation protests attitudes among some are high as evidenced by today's March, but the Kremlin requires the support of the police to maintain power as approval ratings continue to fall for NPR news. I'm Matthew Bodmer in Moscow. The house oversight committee is expected to vote today to recommend that attorney general William bar, and commerce secretary Wilbur Ross be held in contempt Democrats are seeking information about a citizenship question for the twenty twenty senses, the White House is threatening to withhold census documents from congress, unless the oversight committee drops its efforts, the citizenship question is also before the. US supreme court. Donald Trump junior will testify privately today to the Senate intelligence committee. He appeared in two thousand seventeen but after inconsistency surfaced he refused to return and the committee issued a subpoena. NPR's Tim Mack reports he changed his mind at the top of the agenda will be two major topics regarding the twenty sixteen campaign. I the extent to which Donald Trump junior was aware about the Trump Tower Moscow project that was being negotiated as his father ran for president and second his participation in a June. Twenty sixteen meeting when he hosted a Russian delegation offering quote, dirt on Hillary Clinton. The president son previously played down knowledge of the potential Trump Tower Moscow project, but Michael Cohen, testified earlier this year, that he repeatedly briefed Trump junior on that project last month after a subpoena was issued by the committee, Trump junior negotiated a deal in which she agreed to be questioned for four hours, Tim Mack, NPR news, Washington. This is NPR news. From K, Q, E, D news. Good morning. I'm Brian watt. Prosecutors are seeking more than a year in prison for the former Stanford sailing coach who admitted to participating in the sweeping college admissions bribery scheme. John van damore is set to be sentenced today in federal court. He's the first defendant to be sentenced in the case. That's in snared, parents and coaches at elite universities across the country. Van damore pleaded guilty in March two taking money for the school sailing program in exchange for labeling perspective, students as team recruits, his lawyers are seeking probation noting. He didn't pocket any of the money for himself. Prosecutors say a quote meaningful prison sentence is the only way to begin restoring confidence in the college admission system. A new report from the city of Sabah poll is pointing a finger at the management of a local shopping centre for failing to adequately. Respond to last. Winter's flooding. The report concludes the center. Management ignored a carefully laid out emergency plan to prevent the disastrous flooding of two dozen upscale shops in February city manager Larry McLaughlin, says the plan involves the installation of interlocking flood barriers. Well, looks like however was that they were not timely installed and not properly installed in some cases not installed at all the owner of the center. Barney Aldridge says the report has some inaccuracies. He says his staff, followed the plan and will now make changes to it to be better prepared at six twenty two rethinking rebuilding after a wildfire. I'm Brian watt. Catty.

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"Is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. The former White House counsel to president Nixon will go before the House Judiciary committee today, NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. John dean will testify in the first of several hearings that will examine the findings of special counsel, Robert Muller's Russia investigation. The committee will hear from dean as House Democrats try to build their case for impeachment against President Trump. Dean was a key figure in the Watergate hearings that helped push former president Richard Nixon to resign from office. Today's hearing is not part of a formal impeachment proceeding against Trump and chairman Jerry Nadler has so far complied with house speaker, Nancy, Pelosi's, preference for terms, such as inquiry an NPR, PBS NewsHour Marras poll shows, the number of Americans supporting impeachment has increased to a narrow majority the president on Sunday lashed out over the plan hearings reiterating that special counsel, Robert Muller's report found no obstruction. Or collusion on his part Windsor. Johnston, NPR news, Washington. President Trump will be in Iowa tomorrow where voters have been hearing from many of the democratic presidential contenders. Klay masters of Iowa public radio says nineteen Democratic White House hopefuls were campaigning there yesterday. The biggest name not on the rundown of speakers was former vice president Joe Biden, he came in. I in the major Iowa poll over the weekend, followed by senators. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren and south bend, Indiana. Mayor Buddha judge they all spoke at the event in Cedar Rapids each candidate got five minutes to speak, the Iowa caucuses, or the first contest in the presidential nominating process, and or held in early February Klay masters reporting, a major Russian journalist is under house arrest on drug charges. Many believed the charges are false and were intended to stop him from publishing results of his investigation. The Kremlin finally commented on the situation today as Matthew Bodmer reports from Moscow. Geico in an unprecedented, sign of solidarity three of Russia's most influential daily newspapers ran identical front pages. Monday, declaring support for investigative journalists Evonne Goolagong of these papers called for an investigation into the conduct of police officers involved in his detention did not rule out that he was framed for his investigative work as of lunchtime. Monday, copies of the three. Newspapers were selling out across the city Galina voice for fiercely independent online news outlet called Medusa. His editors believe he has been framed in response to an investigation. He filed just before his arrest. The Kremlin only commented on the situation Monday with spokesman Dmitry peskov, assuring journalists that the administration was monitoring, the case and was aware of its resonance with the public for NPR news. I'm Matthew Bodmer in Moscow. On Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average is up one hundred sixty three points at twenty six thousand one hundred forty seven NASDAQ is up more than ninety six points of more than one and a quarter percent at seventy eight hundred thirty eight. You're listening to NPR and seven four on this Monday morning. I'm Cheri Glazer with KCRW news to more thoroughbreds died at Santa Anita racetrack over the weekend as KCRW Darryl. Sassaman reports one of those deaths came just hours after the California horse racing board. Took the unprecedented step of asking Santa Anita cancel the rest of its season the request from the horse racing board came after formal doodo four year old gelding was injured during a race on Saturday and later euthanized the horse appeared to have suffered a pelvis fracture. And then on Sunday, another horse died a three year old filling in true Felino pulled up and collapsed during a race that took place in ninety degree. Plus, temperatures officials say she may have had a heart attack twenty nine horses have now died since the racing season started at Santa Anita in December the horse racing port said closing the track would provide the industry with more time to implement reforms and safety initiatives that have been agreed to. Following the spate of horse deaths at Santa Anita, but under current law, the board doesn't have the authority to suspend races without the approval of the track operator in Santa anita's, refusing to shut down. There are six racing days left on the schedule and track officials say racing will take place Santa anita's owner, the Stronach group released a statement yesterday after truthfully knows death saying that the park was committed to staying open to quote see these reforms through for KCRW. I'm Darrel settlement after the latest horse deaths animal rights activists are once again, calling for horse racing to be suspended indefinitely in California. Los Angeles got some bad news last week in its fight against chronic homelessness. A new count of people living on the streets of LA found a sixteen percent, spike in homelessness in the city over just the past year. And there were also increases in particular groups of people who are homeless like the elderly, which saw an eight percent increase over the weekend. KCRW salt Gonzales met. Helen, a sixty three year old woman who lives in her van in east Hollywood and who's coping with health problems. Helen didn't want her name used, but she talked with Saul about the particular changes older, people who are homeless face this, devastating us, can you say,.

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05:18 min | 2 years ago

"matthew bodmer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Despite the public outcry, Hong Kong's leader suggests that she will move ahead. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I made some Martin no tariffs from Mexico, but the US trade war with China goes on. And now the American economy is starting to feel new affects. Also this hour new book that takes us into the day to day life of an American spy in Russia. What trauma has to do with chronic pain, and the results of Broadway's biggest night, bring winds for old favorites and new talent. It is Monday, June tenth President Obama's younger daughter, Sasha turned eighteen years old today. News is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. The former White House counsel to president Nixon will go before the House Judiciary committee today, NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. John dean will testify in the first of several hearings that will examine the findings of special counsel, Robert Muller's Russia investigation. The committee will hear from dean as House Democrats try to build their case for impeachment against President Trump. Dean was a key figure in the Watergate hearings that helped push former president Richard Nixon to resign from office. Today's hearing is not part of a formal impeachment proceeding against Trump and chairman Jerry Nadler has so far complied with house speaker, Nancy, Pelosi's, preference for terms such as inquiry and NPR PBS NewsHour. Mara's poll shows the number of Americans supporting impeachment has increased to narrow majority the president on Sunday lashed out over the plan hearings reiterating that special counsel, Robert Muller's report found. No obstruc. Shen or collusion on his part Windsor. Johnston, NPR news, Washington. President Trump will be an Iowa tomorrow where voters have been hearing from many of the democratic presidential contenders. Klay masters of Iowa public radio says nineteen Democratic White House hopefuls were campaigning there yesterday. The biggest name not on the rundown of speakers was former vice president Joe Biden, he came in. I in a major Iowa poll over the weekend. Followed by senators, Bernie Sanders, and Elizabeth Warren and south bend, Indiana, mayor people to jet. They all spoke at the event in Cedar Rapids each candidate got five minutes to speak, the Iowa caucuses or the first contest in the presidential nominating process, and are held in early February Klay masters reporting, a major Russian journalist is under house arrest on drug charges. Many believe the charges are false and were intended to stop him from publishing results of his investigation. The Kremlin finally commented on the situation today as Matthew Bodmer reports from. Osco in an unprecedented. Sign of solidarity three of Russia's most influential daily newspapers read identical front pages. Monday, declaring support for investigative journalists Yvonne Golan of these papers called for an investigation into the conduct of police officers involved in his detention and did not rule out that he was framed for his investigative work as of lunchtime. Monday, copies of the three newspapers selling out across the city. Glenavon for fiercely independent. All my news outlet called Medusa. His editors believe he has been framed in response to an investigation. He filed just before his arrest. The Kremlin only commented on the situation Monday, spokesman Dmitry peskov, assuring journalists that the administration was monitoring, the case and was aware of its resonance with the public for NPR news. I'm Matthew Bodmer in Moscow. On Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average is up one hundred sixty three points at twenty six thousand one hundred forty seven NASDAQ is up more than ninety six points of more than one and a quarter percent at seventy eight hundred thirty eight. You're listening to NPR from K Q, E, D news. I'm Brian watt mental health clinicians. At Kaiser Permanente are calling off their statewide strike. Some four thousand workers were set to walk off the job tomorrow over patient care issues. But Kaiser and the therapist union say after progress at the bargaining table, they voted not to strike the national union of healthcare worker, says, even though they've called off the strike. They'll still hold rallies outside the state capitol and in Los Angeles on Wednesday. In the statement, Kaiser said the deal was reached with the help of neutral facilitator, and that calling off the strike was the responsible thing to do. The warriors are trying to avoid losing the NBA finals this evening with the Toronto. Raptors currently, leading the series three two one K D, or no, Katie. That is kind of the question for Golden State as Qaeda's Ryan Levy reports superstar Kevin Durant has not played so far in the NBA finals due to a right calf injury. But for the first time since he got hurt more than a month ago. Durant practice with his teammates on Sunday and coach Steve Kerr says if all goes, well, he could be in the lineup tonight, the warriors could definitely use the help with Durant, and Klay Thompson. Both missing time with injuries. The dubs have struggled on offense. If Golden State doesn't win Friday's game for loss will stand as the final warriors game in Oakland before the team starts in new in San Francisco next season. I'm Ryan Levy cake. You d news baseball, the giants lost pitcher's duel to the dodgers one to nothing. Oakland won the opposite of pitchers duel in Texas nine to eight for the next three days. As the as play the raise in Tampa..

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"It is a pretty tough world, and Maureen Corrigan reviews a book about the friendship between Zora Neale hurston Langston news, and they're bitter falling out. That's coming up on fresh air. First news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. President Trump is hosting a far right leader dubbed the Trump of the tropics Brazilian president. So Naro NPR's Mara Liasson reports that the administration sees the South American country as an important new ally in the Oval Office with balsa narrow President Trump said that the US relationship with Brazil has never been better. He said the two countries will work together on trying to solve the situation in Venezuela. Although he wouldn't say exactly what he wanted to see happen in that country, which is experiencing, hyper, inflation and political instability. That's a shame. What's happening in Venezuela? The the death and the destruction and the hunger. Hard to believe one of the wealthiest countries is now one of the poorest and most impoverished country. So we'll be talking about that in great length. President Trump said all options are on the table, including military action. Mara Liasson NPR news, the White House, by the way, the two leaders have just completed their meeting and are now addressing reporters. The US is imposing new sanctions on Venezuela state run mining company in an attempt to choke off funding to President Nicolas. My Ludo Ludo accuses President Trump and other countries in the western hemisphere of attempting to instigate a coup d'etat in Venezuela. Meanwhile, is NPR's Philip breeze reports from Kodak has neighboring Colombia says it's offering shelter to a growing number of Venezuelan security forces who have defected the number of Venezuelan soldiers and police abandoning nNcholas Madeo is ticking. Upwards many have crossed the border to Columbia one of dozens of nations that recognizes but dodos opponent opposition leader Guido as Venezuela's legitimate, head of state Colombia's foreign ministry says about a thousand police and soldiers have arrived from Venezuela in less than a month and have handed over their weapons almost all the from junior ranks, but one of Venezuela's several thousand generals also arrived and gave an interview to a Colombian TV station, denouncing Medeiros government as inept and corrupt. It's widely believed Madonna will fall if he loses the support of the military's top commanders so far despite a worsening economic crisis. They've remained loyal foot. Reeves NPR news Kanakas flags. Fly at half staff on government buildings across the Netherlands to honor the three people killed on. Trek yesterday. NPR's harasser Heidi Nelson reports authorities say they're still trying to figure out why the suspected gunman a Turkish emigrant opened fire police say the main suspect did not know the passengers he shot in the street streetcar in the city of those killed were in nineteen year old woman and two men ages twenty eight and forty nine the Thirty-seven-year-old suspect was already facing a rape charge before the streetcar attack. Police said they recovered a gun when they arrested him following a house to house search whether others were involved in the attack is still unclear police say they are interrogating a twenty three year old and twenty seven year old man, they have in custody psoriasis or Howdy Nelson. NPR news Berlin, this is NPR. After thirty years in power Kazakh, President Nursultan Nazarbayev has abruptly resigned. Matthew Bodmer reports from Moscow the long-serving autocrat will continue to serve an influential political roles in the Kasich government in an unexpected televised address Nazerbayev told his citizens that he was stepping down after leaving the country since nineteen Ninety-one, but he's left himself. Ample room to continue influencing cosmic politics from a distance Nazerbayev will continue to serve as chairman of his national Security Council and head of his political party. The speaker of the upper chamber of parliament will be sworn in on Wednesday as interim president those are by was one of several rulers to establish long lasting autocratic regimes over there nations after gaining independence from the Soviet Union and outlasted almost all of them have spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday. The Kremlin said and some observers have noted that his resignation without retirement from politics could be a useful model for Putin down. The roads for NPR news. I'm Matthew in Moscow. British Prime Minister Theresa may will attempt to make one more pitch to the European Union on Thursday to give the UK more time to leave the EU the deadlines March twenty ninth and may had previously said that dealer not the UK's leaving at the end of the month. But her position since shifted with the predicted chaos of exiting without a strategy looming even larger today, the Brexit negotiator. Michelle said may will need to explain the objective of delaying the divorce a break-up approved some two years ago by a majority of UK voters, I'm Lakshmi Singh. NPR news. Support.

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05:11 min | 3 years ago

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"NPR podcasts are now available on every major platform checkout all our shows at NPR dot org slash podcasts. That's NPR dot org slash podcasts. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. The new York Attorney General is investigating a security breach of the Marriott hotel. Conglomerate hackers may have access the credit card numbers and other information belonging to as many as five hundred million guests who were staying in any Marriott owned property such as w hotels and Sheraton. But attorney general Barbara Underwood says people's personal information is safe lawyers who are challenging the appointment of acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker or accusing President Donald Trump of creating a constitutional crisis. NPR's Nina totenberg reports are asking the supreme court to substitute deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, as the acting AG in cases, pending before the justices in language, rare for supreme court submissions. The brief opens with these scorching words, we are in a constitutional crisis. The president has gone well beyond disheartening tweets. This is a power. Cab. The framers saw Donald Trump coming almost two hundred and fifty years ago when they wrote the appointments clause into the constitution. No president in history has ever taken the position that President Trump has that he may evade advice and consent by the Senate and force out of principal officer like a cabinet official and substitute a handpicked non Senate confirmed choice to serve while at the same time disavowing any intention to nominate a permanent successor as attorney general, Nina totenberg, NPR news, Washington, the leaders of the US Mexico and Canada have signed a new trade agreement that is designed to replace NAFTA. NPR's Tamworth tells us the signing ceremony took place at the start of the g twenty summit in Argentina for President Trump. This marks the next step on the way to fulfilling a campaign promise to replace the North American Free trade agreement. This is a model agreement that changes the trade last gay forever. And this is an agreement that. First and foremost benefits, working people agreement still needs legislative approval in all three countries. Trump has been calling the deal the US MCA as did Mexican president in Riquet opinion. Nato, but Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pointedly called it new NAFTA in his remarks at the signing ceremony reflecting the reality that the agreement is mostly just a modernized version of NAFTA Trudeau also publicly pressed Trump to drop tariffs on steel and aluminum tamra, Keith NPR news when a saris Argentina all the economic gathering of the g twenty and Argentina's supposed to be focused on development investment, infrastructure trade. However, it has been overshadowed by trade disputes, including the US China, trade war, Russia's aggression against Ukraine recently. Also prominent last Sunday, Russia's sees Ukrainian vessels and their crew members sparking warnings by cranes president that Russia may move to annex the entire country. This is NPR. Well, the president of Ukraine, petro, Porsche Anco is banning Russian men from entering his country. Again, this follows Russia's seizure a three rainy naval ships. Matthew Bodmer has the latest from Osco Boris shaneco said Friday that banning entry to most Russian men was a security measure intended to prevent undercover Russian military units from infiltrating the country. It is one of the strict as spects of a martial law. Order approved by the Ukrainian parliament on Monday, which came after Russia's seized three Ukrainian vessels in their twenty four crew push Anco justified morsel law by citing evidence on covered by Ukrainian intelligence services, suggesting a Russian offensive on Ukraine was imminence after the naval clash in the Black Sea the martial law. Order covers ten regions deemed at risk of Russian aggression and expires after thirty days. The order also bends access to Russia control Crimea for all foreigners for NPR news. I'm Matthew Batna in Moscow. The police. Union in Nashville. Tennessee reportedly criticizing the city's plans to award up to fifteen million dollars in incentives for Amazon's new facility, the fraternal. Order of police wants the resolution blocked until city employees receive cost of living adjustments, the city of Nashville propose a multi-million dollar cash grant based on each job. Amazon creates within the next seven years US stocks mixed this hour, the Dow is down nineteen points at twenty five thousand three hundred nineteen the NASDAQ is up twelve at seventy to eighty five s and p's up four at twenty seven forty two I'm Lakshmi Singh. NPR news.

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04:53 min | 3 years ago

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"NPR podcasts are now available on every major platform checkout all our shows at NPR dot org slash podcasts. That's NPR dot org slash podcasts. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. President Trump has signed renegotiated North American trade treaty with Canada and Mexico. Trump says the new United States Mexico Canada agreement replaces NAFTA in the United States, the new trade back will support high paying manufacturing jobs and promote greater access for American exports across the range of sectors, including our farming manufacturing and service industries Trump in signing the pact in Buenos IRAs Argentina. He's there to attend the g twenty economic summit. Trump is tweeting this morning that he quote lightly looked at doing a building project somewhere in Russia. This follows a guilty plea yesterday by his former lawyer Michael Cohen Cohen admitted he lied to congress and try to negotiate at Trump real estate deal in Moscow NPR's Ryan, Lucas Cohen has met with Muller's team at least seven times he's had a lot to tell them. And remember Cohen's lawyer yesterday said on the courthouse steps as they left that his. Client will continue to cooperate with investigators NPR's Ryan, Lucas, Trump has insisted that Cohen is lying. This year's election is not over in North Carolina's ninth congressional district. Republican Mark Harris leads democrat, Dan McCreevy by nine hundred five votes. Steve Harris of member station WFAN reports there have been allegations of fraud, the North Carolina Democratic Party is asking the state's board of elections to hold a public hearing on the allegations of fraud, saying the people's faith in democracy is at stake. The allegations are centered and blatant county where a state investigators seized absentee ballot requests in return envelopes. Democratic officials have submitted affidavits from voters who say that their ballots were handled properly in one case voter said someone encouraged her devote and only two local races, North Carolina. Democrats are also questioning blading county's role in Mark Harrison's victory in the Republican primary in may specifically. It's unusually high number of absentee ballots ninety six percent of which went to Harris for NPR news. I'm Steve Harrison in. Charlotte. Ukrainian, president petro Porsche Anco is banning Russian men from entering his country. This follows Russia's seizure this week of Ukrainian naval ships. Matthew Bodmer reports from Moscow for a shaneco said Friday that banning entry to most Russian men was a security measure intended to prevent undercover Russian military units from infiltrating the country. It is one of the strictest aspects of martial law. Order approved by the Ukrainian parliament on Monday, which came after Russia's seized three Ukrainian vessels in their twenty four crew for shaneco justified more so law by citing evidence on covered by Ukrainian intelligence services, suggesting a Russian offensive on Ukraine was imminence after the naval clash in the Black Sea the martial law. Order covers ten regions deemed at risk of Russian aggression and expires after thirty days. The order also bends access to Russia control Crimea for all foreigners for NPR news. I'm Matthew Bogner in Moscow. You're listening to NPR news from Washington. Hotel company, Marriott international says, it's had a data breach. The information of as many as five hundred million guests at the Starwood hotels, reservation network may have been disclosed since twenty fourteen the company says potentially exposed data includes credit card information Marriott says it found out about the breach. After getting an alert in September, the World Health Organization says the Ebola outbreak in Democratic Republic of Congo is the second largest recorded there with scores of new cases, NPR's ofeibea Quist arcton has more the WHO David this latest assessment of the bona outbreak after Congo's health ministry announced more than four hundred confirmed and probable cases of the virus. Since the beginning of August. The global health agencies emergencies chief pizza Salama called it. A sad toll. The Ebola outbreak is spreading in restive eastern Congo whether as open hostility by some local residents wary of health workers. Which brought to experts say has not happened before and rebel groups operating in the area. A making it difficult to contain the virus to the sound of sporadic gunfire. Ebola response teams being chaperoned by UN peacekeepers on key missions to try to stop. The outbreak affair Yaqub. Stockton NPR news can Chesa the World Health Organization and the centers for disease control and prevention say, the number of measles cases, rose sharply around the world last year. They were up by thirty percent over the prior year. Almost all of the one hundred ten thousand measles fatalities were young unvaccinated children, I'm korva Coleman. NPR news in Washington.

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04:56 min | 3 years ago

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"This podcast and the following message is brought to you by jet dot com. Your one stop shopping destination. The jet experience provides a unique and relevant Dortmund with no membership fees. Start shopping conveniently at jet dot com or on the jet app today. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk landmark Cold War nuclear arms treaty between the US and Russia is on the brink of collapse. President Trump says. He intends to withdraw from the nineteen eighty-seven agreement accusing Moscow of violating it for years as Matthew Bodmer reports. Russia is threatening to retaliate. Speaking to journalists in Moscow the Russian foreign ministry's senior arms control officials said that US withdraw from the treaty would be very dangerous step in a lengthy Facebook post, the head of the Russian senate's foreign affairs committee was more blunt writing that all of mankind now faces chaos in the field of nuclear weapons Trump's announcement comes national security adviser. John Bolton makes his way to Moscow to discuss the fate of the nineteen eighty-seven, intermediate nuclear forces treaty. The two sides have been accusing each other violating the treaty. Since two thousand fourteen Trump has said that he wants to renegotiate nuclear arms control in bring China, which is not currently signatory into the folds for NPR news. I'm math. Few Bodmer in Moscow President Trump now says he's not satisfied with Saudi Arabia's explanation of how journalists Jamal Kashoggi's lot lost his life earlier. He called the kingdom's account of a fistfight that turned deadly, credible. Meanwhile, NPR's Noor Woz Woz reports that Saudi Arabia's foreign minister tells Fox News. His country is conducting a thorough investigation. I said, none of those involved in kashogi is death had close ties to the Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin cinnamon. We individuals who did distant this outside the scope of though it's always he, this was an outpatient Ruge had Japan also noted that the investigation was still in its early stages, and he said that Saudi officials currently don't know the exact cause of his death or where his body is. It is unclear when the Saudi investigation will conclude Turkey's president has promised to reveal a statement on Tuesday newer was was NPR news, Washington, a Swedish woman who tried to stop an Afghan man's deportation by keeping a flight from taking off will now be. Prosecuted for the act as Teri Schultz reports, Swedish authorities, say the twenty one year old could be sent to jail. Only Nelson says she was trying to save a life by refusing to sit down on an airliner bound for Istanbul that was carrying a failed Afghan asylum-seeker back to Kabul. She delayed the flight for two hours until both. She and the man were taken off the plane air. Some live streamed, her standoff with the crew on her phone, and it went viral. A Swedish prosecutor says, purposely delaying a flight is a violation of Sweden's aviation act and he's seeking to punish Aersson with either a fine or up to six months in prison. The man Arrison was trying to defend has now reportedly been deported back to ghanistan for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels, hurricane willow keeps gaining strength of Mexico's west coast. It's now just under a category, five storm with winds topping out at one hundred fifty, five miles an hour. There's a possibility of life threatening storm surge, powerful winds, and torrential rainfall. This is NPR news. At least one thousand Central American migrants have made it across the border in the Mexico as a heavy stream of migrants. Emerging from Honduras Guatemala, push northward out of their countries around five thousand strong. They say their final goal is to arrive in the United States reporter, James Frederick filed this report from the town of tapa Chula, Mexico. I'm here in the central square and thousands of people from the migrant caravan arrived here today, but it was not easy to get here. They walked twenty three miles from the Mexican border to get to the city of Tampa. Chula temperatures got above ninety degrees today. It's very human here. There are lots of women children, lots of oral people here there is Red Cross treating some people here, and others are just trying to get some rest, some water and some food before they continue north as soon as possible. James Frederick reporting from Tampa. Chula, Mexico. A United Nations backed fund has approved more. Than one billion dollars for nineteen new projects to help developing countries tackle climate change during a four day meeting in Bahrain officials overseeing the green climate fund also agreed to start seeking fresh money next year. That's because the Trump administration is withholding two thirds of a previous three billion dollar commitment frost and freeze. Warnings cover a large area stretching from the mid Atlantic to Arkansas and Missouri. I pressure system from Canada is bringing a chilly, dry air mass into the region freezing temperatures are expected until daybreak. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington.

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"matthew bodmer" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm korva Coleman. The National Hurricane Center says tropical storm. Michael is now over central South Carolina, its top sustained winds or at fifty miles per hour. It continues to move east and will strike North Carolina and parts of southern Virginia. Later this afternoon, it will move into the Atlantic Ocean. Later tonight. Michael crashed into the Florida panhandle yesterday as a major hurricane with wind speeds of one hundred fifty five miles per hour. Catastrophic damage is feared. Stephanie Renton is with the Red Cross, staged Intel, Ohashi, Florida. We've mobilized hundreds of volunteers around the country in even the states, the fact that and they're ready to roll up their sleeves and help those affected these communities. At least two people have been killed in Florida and Georgia and hundreds of thousands of customers do not have power. The Russian space agency has suspended all flights of its Soyuz rocket program following a dramatic launch. Phil. Earlier today, an astronaut and cosmonaut had to make a hard emergency landing. Matthew badeah reports for Moscow. The crew has been safely recovered in remote Kazahstan. The Russian space agency says it is investigating the cause of the failure, but will hold no press conferences today. What is clear is that the Soyuz will not fly again until the cause of the failure is identified. A live broadcast of the launch showed that the Russian American crew experienced the sensation of weightlessness and spinning at booster separation signaling that a serious problem had occurred Russia's space programme deepen crisis has experienced a series of high profile launch failures over the past decade, but never in the twenty year. History of the ice has program has a man. So he's rocket experienced a problem on launch. The failure follows the discovery last month of a mysterious hole in Soyuz spacecraft currently docked to the international space station. This is raised sharp questions about quality control for NPR news. I'm Matthew Bodmer in Moscow stock markets in Asia, plunged today following. Yesterday's selloff on Wall Street. Chinese markets plunged by five percent. While Japan's Nikkei average was down nearly four percent markets in Europe continued to slide NPR's. Berliner says there are several reasons for the global selloff among them technology stocks which have really propped up the market, which booed the market for so long. They've started to fall as well as there are higher interest rates for all kinds of things. Yield on treasury bonds are up that could make them more attractive than stocks and hanging over all this or the trade. Tensions between the US and China, they're real. They're not going away and this could be making the mood in the markets darker and pears or Berliner in Washington. Meanwhile, stock market seemed to be recovering a little bit today on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrials are up forty eight points at twenty five thousand six hundred forty seven. The NASDAQ is up about fifty points. The s&p five hundred is up five. This is NPR. The federal government is expected to announce today. A cost of living increase for people who receive social security, the Associated Press estimates that increase will be two point, eight percent and would take effect January. First, the average increase for a retired worker would be about thirty nine dollars. Any increase in benefits will go to social security recipients as well as to disabled veterans disabled workers, surviving spouses, and children and retired. Federal workers Turkey's president says, thorns are investigating every aspect of the disappearance of Saudi journalist and Instanbul. NPR's Peter Kenyon says Turkey is demanding an explanation of what happened to Jamal kashogi after he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Last week, president registered to one says uncle is concerned by kashogi disappearance, though he is not repeated allegations. By unnamed investigators, the kashogi was killed inside the consulate investigators, tell the Reuters news agency that one lead their follow. Is the apple watch. Kashogi is believed to have been wearing when he entered the consulate on October. Second Saudi officials deny any wrongdoing. The fifty nine year old kashogi opinion pieces for the Washington Post has sometimes been critical of the Saudi government and crown prince. Mohammad bin Salman kashogi wrote that he felt an obligation to speak up for pro reform activists who had been detained by the government. Peter Kenyon. NPR news is Dan boo. There was a new earthquake in Indonesia today that killed three people. It was on the island of Java, not Sulawesi where an earthquake and Sonam e struck nearly two weeks ago. The death toll from those disasters has topped two thousand people. This is NPR.

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"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm korva Coleman, a Russian rocket carrying astronauts to the international space station experienced a critical failure during launch today. It forced the two men brushing American crew to make an emergency landing. They survived and are said to be in good condition. Matthew Baden reports from Moscow what started as a routine space shot from Russia's historic bike in cosmodrome quickly turned into a nightmare today when a Soyuz rocket filled midway through its launch Russia's space, programme deepen crisis as experienced a series of high profile launch failures over the past decade. But never in the twenty year history of the ISS program has a manned Soyuz rocket experienced the problem on lodge. The failure follows the discovery last month of a mysterious hole in his Soyuz spacecraft currently docked to the international space station. This is raised sharp questions about quality control for NPR news. I'm Matthew Bodmer in Moscow. What was hurricane? Michael continues to weaken over Georgia. It's now tropical storm with top sustained winds. Fifty miles per hour. Michael continues to move east and is projected to reach South Carolina this morning. Meanwhile, the damage estimates are beginning to come in Georgia public broadcasting's. Stephen Fowler reports Georgia's agriculture industry could be badly affected most of the states cotton peanut and pecan farms. Where in the storm's path and losses could be widespread. Many crops are in the early stages of being harvested. A process not helped by high winds and heavy rains former Georgia governor and current agriculture. Secretary Sonny Perdue says the USDA is ready to help farmers or cover Stephen. Fowler reporting authorities, say the storm has killed two people, a girl in Georgia and man in Florida, stock markets in Asia fell sharply overnight with stock exchanges in both Shanghai and Shenzhen both tumbling more than five percent NPR's rob Schmitz reports on Wednesday, the Dow Jones industrials dropped more than eight hundred points. It was the third biggest single day drop in the Dow's. Three and Asian markets followed suit. Hong Kong's Hansung index was down nearly four percent while the mainland the Shanghai composite for more than five percent and the Shenzhen composite plunged nearly six and a half percent in Taiwan. The tech-heavy Taiex dropped more than six percent was shares of lens maker and apple supplier large on precision tumbling. Nearly ten percent markets elsewhere in Asia also fell sharply. Meanwhile, the price of major crypto currencies, including bitcoin, plunged with thirteen billion dollars worth of value being wiped out. And just a matter of hours on Wednesday, President Trump blamed the Federal Reserve raising interest rates despite market turbulence, calling Wall Street, sell off along the weighted correction, rob Schmitz, NPR news, Shanghai disaster officials in Indonesia, say the official search and rescue effort for victims of the earthquake. In soon NAMI we'll end today in the provincial capital Palo the death toll is more than two thousand people. It's feared five thousand others are still missing you listening to NPR. Federal authorities, say they arrested and charged a man in New York with making a huge bomb in his home, federal prosecutors and the f. b. i. allege Paul Rosenfeld plan to bomb the National Mall in Washington DC authorities say they found a two hundred pound bomb in his basement. The officials allege Rosenfeld intended to kill himself in any random politicians. He happened to strike along with civilians. The US forest service is finally getting an official boss. NPR's, Kirk, siegler reports. The Trump administration has tapped interim chief, Vicki christianson to lead the agency. Vicki christianson is overseen state forests in Washington in Arizona and has spent the past seven years in Washington DC with the federal forest service. She's also been a wildland firefighter and has worked extensively in fire management. That's one of the biggest and most important roles of the modern day forest service. This is a highly scrutinized position. She'll oversee one hundred fifty, four national forests and twenty national grasslands. Christians and also takes over the agency at a time of turmoil. Her predecessor resigned earlier this year. Amid sexual harassment investigation. The agency is still grappling with numerous complaints and lawsuits, many in California over alleged sexual misconduct by supervisor's, Kirk siegler, NPR news. The US energy administration says it will cost more to heat homes this winter. That's because fuel prices are going up, not because it's colder homes that use heating oil will pay on average twenty percent more about seventy dollars about half of US household use natural gas, and those prices are expected to increase about five percent more this winter or about thirty dollars. It's NPR.

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"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm korva Coleman. United Nations ambassador. Nikki Haley says she is stepping down NPR's Scott Horsely reports Haley is expected to leave her post at the world body. At the end of this year Haley's departure took the international community by surprise. But President Trump says Hayley told him six months ago that she wanted to take some time off, Trump praised Haley service at the United Nations. Man said he hopes she'll return to his administration in some other capacity in the future Haley. The former governor of South Carolina is thought to have political ambitions beyond the UN. She told reporters, she won't be mounting a presidential campaign anytime soon and plans to campaign for Trump's reelection in two thousand twenty Scott Horsely NPR news, the White House. The National Hurricane Center says hurricane, Michael has top sustained winds of one hundred ten miles per hour. It's getting stronger as it moves toward. Florida's Gulf Coast NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. The strong category. Two storm is expected to make landfall tomorrow along the panhandle or Florida's big bend area. As a major, hurricane residents in the path of the storm are boarding their homes and preparing to evacuate Federal Emergency Management agency. Spokesperson Jeff fired says Michael will bring life threatening storm surges and all warnings should be taken seriously. The my thing that we ask you to do is to evacuate if asked to do so that is the most important role you can play to protect yourself, but also to protect the lives of our first responders. We ask that you do not put the first responders in harm's way if they have to come and try to rescue you and you've been asked to evacuate forecasters say Michael is expected to make landfall on Wednesday states of emergency have been declared in thirty five, Florida counties, Windsor Johnston, NPR news, independent researchers say they've identified another Russian spy accused of trying to poison. Former Russian double agent Sergei scruple in England, Matthew Bodmer reports from Moscow. It's another highly publicized issue for Russia's military intelligence service. Internet Slough that Belling cat have identified the second suspect in the St Paul investigation as Russian military intelligence officer, Alexander Michigan, but the Kremlin told reporters in Moscow today that it will no longer engage with journalists on these mounting allegations two weeks ago Belling cat identified the I suspect as decorated military intelligence officer and a totally Chipita Russia initially explained that the two men were simply sports nutrition salesman on holiday in the UK the Kremlin has since face. They mounting wave of allegations that is military intelligence service is conducting offensive operations across the west for NPR news. I'm Matthew Bodmer in Moscow on Wall Street. The Dow Jones. Industrials are down sixty three points at twenty six thousand four hundred twenty six. The NASDAQ is up thirty at seventy seven sixty six. This is NPR. NASA says the renowned Hubble space telescope has shut down into safe mode. That's because a piece of equipment gyroscope failed. Last Friday scientists are not able to point the telescope in the direction they want to look. All science observations have since been suspended. A federal judge in Texas has declared a decades old law unconstitutional. The Indian child welfare act gives preferential adoption placement to a native child's family tribe or other native Americans. Nate Heggie of Yellowstone public radio reports on the case that seeks to overturn it last year, Texas couple tried to adopt a native toddler. They were fostering, but provision within the Indian child. Welfare act required the government place that child with an indigenous family instead intervening on behalf of the couple, the state of Texas sued and now a federal judge says, the law is unconstitutional. David Simmons is with the national Indian child welfare association. He says the ruling has a chilling effect on at risk. Nate. A families and our concern is what does this do to those families will kind of danger does place them at what additional trauma will they have to receive. The laws I acted in the nineteen seventies study showed nearly a third of all native children were being forcibly removed from their families and communities and placed in state welfare systems. For NPR news. I'm Heggie in Missoula, Montana to Brazilian presidential candidates are campaigning for that country's presidential runoff, election October twenty eighth far right candidate and former army. Captain gyro scenario will face former Sao Paulo mayor, Fernando Haddad of the leftist Workers Party. I'm korva Coleman. NPR news in Washington.

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