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"Is key to ending the epidemic long NPR news engine stock market is trading lower down two point seven percent in Shanghai this is NPR news in Louisiana the state Supreme Court says Walmart is not responsible for taxes on items that are sold by third party sellers through its online marketplace writing for the majority justice John Wimber says there is no such obligation in either state laws or Walmart's a grievance with other sellers the retail giant says it is pleased with the ruling and would support legislative efforts to address the issue in New York City officials are assessing what can be salvaged from a building fire last week in Chinatown the story from W. NYC Schmieder that's too the building was home to social services a language school and the museum of Chinese in America museum president Nancy L. mass Bach says she's encouraged by what's been recovered so far there were textiles that we found that I was shocked a musical instruments that were found and they were in good shape I thought they might be damage they were fine the first object pulled from the building was a rare Chinese orchid Dan dong works of the dance center and says that flour belongs to its founder when it came out really having a father because that's the first in the merged with think is a symbol of a much better future for all of us officials are still investigating the cause of the fire for NPR news I'm should be the best to you in New York Boeing is reporting its first annual loss in over two decades citing increasing costs of fixing his trouble seven thirty seven MAX plane CEO David Calhoun remains confident that regulators will certify the plane to fly again by mid year seven thirty seven Max was grounded nearly a year ago.
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"Support comes from our twenty nineteen lead sponsor of how I build this campaign, monitor in Email marketing platform with mobile friendly, Email templates, a dragon drop Email builder in customs support seven days a week more it campaign, monitor dot com. Make your emails unforgettable. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the US house is preparing a legal challenge to President Trump's national emergency declaration as NPR's. Kelsey Snell reports lawmakers hope to stop Trump from using the emergency to divert funding to pay for his promise border wall. Pelosi says a bipartisan legal advocacy group voted to authorize the lawsuit challenging Trump's emergency declaration. She says using money that was already allocated to other programs to fund the wall construction, violates the appropriations clause of the constitution. The decision comes less than one month after Trump vetoed. Bipartisan move to block the emergency declaration from going into effect. Congress has the sole right onto the constitution to determine how federal money is spent Democrats say Trump willfully ignored Congress's funding decisions. Some Republicans say the president has the authority to decide what constitutes an emergency. And how to fund it? Kelsey snell. NPR news the capitol. Attorney general William bars defending his handling of special counsel's report on the Russia investigation. Barr says the document contain sensitive grand jury material that prevents it from being immediately released Democrats say his four page summary is unacceptable. Boeing says it is still working on a software update to prevent unintended at division of the automated system on it's seven thirty seven max planes CEO Dennis Muilenburg promises that the system is faulty sensor will be fixed. It's our responsibility to eliminate this risk we own it. And we know how to do it Mullen Berg responding to a report finding that the pilots involved in last month's Ethiopian Airlines crash had followed procedure the report found that the pilots still could not stop the plane from nosediving. It was the sex max plane crash in less than six months prompting a grounding of the planes worldwide just days after reaching. A two hundred seventy million dollar settlement. With Oxycontin, maker Purdue pharma, Oklahoma is dropping most of its claims against other opioid makers. But Jackie forty eight reports from Norman that the state is also seeking a non jury trial. The state has dismissed claims that included fraud and unjust enrichment against three drug companies that leaves just a public nuisance claim against drug makers who the state alleges helped ignite the opioid crisis with aggressive marketing. Oklahoma attorney general Mike hunter says the move refocuses. The case there's no jury requirement with regard to public nuisance claim we also think that simplifies dramatically our building folks on the trials supposed to be dragged into court every few days with motions by the defendants. It will be up to the judge to decide whether to grant the request for a bench trial. This lawsuit is poised to be the first of its kind to play out in court trial is set to begin may twenty eighth for NPR news, I'm Jacky forte in Norman, Oklahoma. This is NPR news. President Trump is tapping businessman Herman Cain to fill a vacancy on the Federal Reserve Board. Cain was CEO of Godfather's pizza, but may be best known for proposing a flax Platt tax rate of nine percent when he ran for president two thousand twelve he dropped out of that race in wake of sexual misconduct allegations, which he denied pope Francis has named Atlanta archbishop Wilton, Gregory to lead the Washington archdiocese NPR's, Tom gjelten reports that Gregory is a well known and highly regarded figure in the US Catholic church. The DC archdiocese has been at the center of the clergy abuse scandal archbishop Gregory's predecessor here. Karnal Donald world resigned over charges. He wants covered up for abusive, priests world's predecessor Theodore mckarrick was defrocked last year in response to charges. He wants abused seminarians. I want to offer you hope I will rebuild your trust. It's Bishop Gregory spoke at a news conference on the morning. His appointment was announced. We've certainly given. Our fateful lots of reasons to leave the church. I wanna provide a few reasons to stay seventy one years old, Gregory is the only living African American archbishop in the country. Tom gjelten NPR news, Washington, federal judges, urging tesla CEO Elon Musk and the skirt he's and Exchange Commission to settle their differences in a friendly manner. The SEC says musk should be held in contempt for violating a settlement on how much he can tweet about his company that dispute began last year and must tweet it that he had secured funding for tesla. Taking tesla private. This is NPR news.
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"I'm Laurin Schiller and today on inflection point in is all about controlling reproduction. And I do think we need to know that deeply because otherwise we don't understand that it is the basic battle that controlling our own physical selves, especially for women is the first step in any democracy. Either. We decide what happens to our bodies. We can use our own voices, or there is no democracy. After that, listen to my live conversation with Gloria Steinem and Oakland artists and activists Foudy honor Rodriguez. Stay tuned. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. The US house his voted to end u s military involvement in the Saudi led war in Yemen. As NPR's Kelsey Snell reports the resolution now goes to President Trump who's threatening to veto it. The vote is seen as a rebuke of the Trump administration support for Saudi Arabia, sixteen Republicans voted with Democrats to approve the resolution which passed the Senate last month. The Trump administration now has thirty days to halt military aid for the war in Yemen. But Trump is expected to veto the resolution, I this would be the second time Trump has used as veto power. As president the first time was less than one month ago. After congress rejected his move to declare a national emergency to build a wall on the border with Mexico. Kelsey Snell NPR news, the capitol Washington. Stop ethics. Officer is refusing to approve a financial disclosure statement by US Treasury Secretary, Steven Mnuchin. And PR speeder over beaver force that Mnuchin is the third Trump cabinet appointee to file problematic disclosure reports. Besides minutia treasury commerce secretary Wilbur Ross and former EPA administrator Scott Pruitt, couldn't bring their disclosures up to the standards of the office of government ethics, but the head of OG Emory round to the third said minutiae case isn't as severe Mnuchin has potential conflicts of interest because he has a stake in his wife's film production company. She's actress and entrepreneur, Louise Linton and ethics officers. The treasury department. Okay. The arrangement two years ago, but didn't tell OG still rounds. His now said Mnuchin ethics filing is in compliance and Mnuchin has committed to making additional recusals is needed to avoid the potential conflicts. Peter Overby NPR news, Washington. President Trump is tapping businessman Herman Cain to fill of agency on the Federal Reserve Board. Cain was CEO of Godfather's pizza, but maybe best known for. Posing a flat tax rate of nine percent during his two thousand twelve bid for the president. He dropped out of the race in wake of sexual misconduct allegations, which he denied Trump calls. Kane a friend and a terrific person. Boeing says it still working on a software update to prevent on intended activation of the automated system on it's seven thirty seven max planes CEO Dennis Muilenburg promises that the systems faulty sensor will be repaired. It's our responsibility.
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"CBS news on the hour sponsored by rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans. I'm Pam Coulter. Former Trump fixer Michael Cohen has found a new hard drive filled with phone and computer information that is attorney say could be a value to congressional investigators. So they've asked some Democrats for help pushing back his prison sentence. So Cohen can review the material. Former federal prosecutor care Dougal information is really new and it is really valuable and impresses not just congress. But impresses the prosecutor says, well, there is this procedure within a year that the prosecutors could make another application to the judge to have Mr. Cohen resentenced, and at a at a term that's less than the three years that he currently were received President Trump continues to resist request to release his tax returns and the request of the House Ways and means chairman for the IRS to turn over six years of his returns is. Expected to end up in the courts CBS's. Paula Reed has more speaking the sources over the past few weeks as this has been building. It is my expectation of the Trump administration will try to prevent this from happening. And also it'll be up to a federal judge President Trump backpedalled today on his threat to shut down the border president now says he's giving Mexico one year warning if in a year from now drugs continue to pour in we're gonna put tariffs on tariffs. He says that would hit cars imported from Mexico if that doesn't work then Mr. Trump says he will close the border. You know, we'll do it. I don't play games for days business interests have been loudly sounding the alarm about the economic impact of closing off the border with close to two billion dollars in goods and services exchanged across it each day. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House. The person who claimed to be an Illinois boy missing since twenty eleven was apparently carrying out a hoax DNA tests proved he was not Timothy pits in who was six when he vanished pistons grandmother. Alana Anderson says the ongoing search for the boy has been exhausting for his family spin awful, we've been on tenterhooks police say a person claiming to be Pinson and to have escaped from kidnappers is really Twenty-three-year-old Ohio man released from prison last month. Pistons aunt CARA Jacobs, says the news is devastating. It's like reliving that day all over again. Alison, keys, CBS news. Boeing acknowledges that a faulty sensor was a major factor in the crash of two seven thirty seven max planes CEO, Dennis Muilenburg Lewis, feel.
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"Year that the prosecutors make another application to the judge to have Mr. Cohen resentenced, and at a at a term that's less than the three years that he said he currently were received President Trump continues to resist requests to release his tax returns and the request of the House Ways and means chairman for the IRS to turn over six years of his returns is expected to end up in the courts CBS's. Paula Reed has more speaking with sources over the past few weeks as this has been building. It is my expectation that the Trump administration will try to prevent this from happening. And ultimately, it will be up to a federal judge President Trump backpedalled today on his threat to shut down the border president now says he's giving Mexico one year warning if year from now drugs continue to pour in we're going to put fast tariffs on tariffs. He says that would hit cars imported from Mexico if that doesn't work then Mr. Trump says he will close the border. You know, I will do it. I don't play games for days business interests have been loudly sounding the along. Arm about the economic impact of closing off the border with close to two billion dollars in goods and services exchanged across it each day. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House. The person who claimed to be an Illinois boy missing since twenty eleven was apparently carrying out a hoax DNA tests proved he was not Timothy pits in who was six when he vanished. Pistons grandmother, Alana Anderson says the ongoing search for the boy has been exhausting for his family spin awful, we've been on tenterhooks police say a person claiming e pits and and to have escaped from kidnappers is really Twenty-three-year-old Ohio man released from prison last month. Pistons aunt Carragee cups says the news is devastating. It's like reliving that day all over again. Alison, keys, CBS news. Boeing acknowledges that a faulty sensor was a major factor in the crash of two seven thirty seven max planes CEO. Dennis Muilenburg was feel the.