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"But these 7 counts of first degree murder will lead to a mandatory life sentence. Should he be convicted without the possibility of parole? Reinhardt said he'll ask in court on Wednesday that the suspect remain held in custody without the possibility of bail. Cheryl corley, NPR news. President Biden is traveling to Ohio today to deliver a remarks on his economic agenda as the country faces rising inflation and consumer prices. As Ampere's barbarous front reports, Biden plans to announce final details of a plan to shore up pension funding for millions. President Biden will join union workers and retirees to discuss the implementation of the special financial assistance program, part of his administration's nearly $2 trillion relief package from last year. The plan is aimed at helping roughly two to 3 million workers and retirees avoid steep benefit cuts. The White House says without government support workers participating in any of more than 200 multi employer pension plans face the prospect of not receiving their full benefits. The program support is meant to keep pension fund solvent for nearly 30 years. Barbara sprint and pure news, Washington. British prime minister Boris Johnson is vowing to stay in power after his government was rocked by the resignation of several top ministers, including the treasury chief and health secretary in just now, the undersecretary of state of the country's environmental agency Joe Churchill. This morning he faced tough questions at the weekly prime minister's questions session in parliament and awaits a long scheduled grilling by a committee of senior lawmakers. But a former cabinet minister Andrew Mitchell tells the BBC that removing Johnson from office could be difficult. This is an abnormal prime minister of brilliantly charismatic, very funny, very amusing, big, big character, but I'm afraid he has neither the character nor the temperament to be our prime minister. Months of discontent over his judgment and ethics grew after he knowingly appointed a lawmaker accused of sexual misconduct to a position of power in the governing Conservative Party. U.S. futures contracts are trading lower at this hour, Dow futures are trading down about three tenths of a percent. You're listening to NPR news. On member station WNYC at 8 O four, good morning I'm Michael hill, 77 and partly sunny now. Today, mostly sunny and 88. We have delays this morning on NJ transits northeast quarter and the Long Island railroad west Hempstead branch is suspended from 9 30 this morning till four in the afternoon between valley stream and west Hempstead while Cruz replaced a down pole there. New York City mayor Eric Adams says he wants the NYPD to focus on so called ghost cars that is vehicles with fake temporary plates. He says temporary plates have been proliferating across his city since the pandemic when many DMV's extended the amount of time vehicles could keep them, Adam says drivers of cars with fake plates are sometimes involved in crimes. Crashes in stolen vehicles. This is connected to our crime problem. This is connected to our vision zero problem. This is connected to the disorderly of our city. This is part of one of the rivers we are damaging. Adam says the NYPD will make a concerted effort to check the paper plates and tow or booed the illegal ones. 6 men who alleged abuse while being held in detention at the September after the September 11th attacks have arrived at a $98,000 settlement with the former warden of the metropolitan detention facility in Brooklyn, WNYC's Arun medical Paul has more. The Arab Muslim and Hindu plaintiffs were detained more than 20 years ago. Rachel Muir pole, an attorney with the center for constitutional rights, says they were physically abused and screamed at by guards. They were held this way for months with no idea if they were ever released. They would ever be charged with a crime or even why they were being held in the first place until every single one was found to have no connection to 9 11. The plaintiffs were among hundreds of local Arabs, Muslims in south Asians rounded up after the attacks. The settlement includes no admission of wrongdoing, and the federal bureau of prisons declined comment. The Roman Catholic diocese of Brooklyn and queens is offering $50,000 to anyone who helps find a tabernacle stolen from saint August and Roman Catholic Church in park slope. That's on top of the NYPD's own reward of $3500. The tabernacle itself is worth $2 million and has immense spiritual

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04:03 min | Last month

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"And so on. The panel also expects to hold another hearing this month focused on then president Trump's inaction for a 187 minutes during the January 6th attack. At the last hearing, the panel heard explosive testimony from Cassidy Hutchinson, aide to former Trump White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows, detailing key moments in Trump's response that day. NPR news, Washington. A sub variant of omicron BA 5 is now dominant across the U.S., according to a new CDC estimate, and appears Allison Aubrey reports vaccine makers are working to update their boosters to protect against newer sub variants. To identify and track coronavirus variants, the CDC uses genomic surveillance, thousands of sequences are analyzed every week, and be a 5 now makes up about 54% of recent samples. BA four makes up about 16%. The two sub variants are more transmissible and help explain increased cases in several countries in recent weeks, lab data shows new COVID cases are flat in the U.S., yet at a time when many people use rapid tests at home, there's likely an undercount, updated boosters aimed at fending off the sub variants are expected to be available in the fall. Alice and Aubrey, NPR news, world financial markets, Asia markets were lower by the close than EK in Japan on 1.2% the hang sang in Hong Kong also down 1.2%. You're listening to NPR news. On member station double WNYC at 6 O four, good morning, I'm Michael hill. 74 and I see some sunshine out there this morning. Today, mostly sunny and a high of 88. We have delays on AC J and Q trains in the city and NJ transit reports delays on its northeast quarter in north Jersey coastlines. In the news, New Jersey governor Phil Murphy has signed 7 gun safety bills to tighten the state's already strict gun regulations. Governor Murphy says these bills are not meant to attack Second Amendment rights, but to prevent people who should not have guns from getting them. Now more than ever we can not let up in this fight to keep our communities safe. I have mentioned it before, but it bears repeating. New Jersey has one of the nation's lowest rates of gun violence and gun deaths. There is a reason for that. It is because we are among the leaders in gun safety. The bills will require new residents from other states to register firearms and make it easier for the state to sue dealers over gun crimes. The measures also require electronic record keeping of ammunition sales and banned 50 caliber weapons. 6 men who alleged abuse while being held in detention at the September after the September 11th attacks have arrived at a nearly $100,000 settlement with the former warden of the metropolitan detention facility in Brooklyn, WNYC is a ruined medical Paul, has more. The Arab Muslim and Hindu plaintiffs were detained more than 20 years ago. Rachel Mira pole, an attorney with the center for constitutional rights, says they were physically abused and screamed at by guards. They were held this way for months with no idea if they were ever released. If they would ever be charged with a crime or even why they were being held in the first place until every single one was found to have no connection to 9 11. The plaintiffs were among hundreds of local Arabs, Muslims in south Asians rounded up after the attacks. The settlement includes no admission of wrongdoing, and the federal bureau of prisons declined comment. The Roman Catholic diocese of Brooklyn and queens is offering $50,000 to anyone who helps find a tabernacle stolen from St. Augustine Roman Catholic Church in park slope. That's on top of the NYPD's own reward of $3500. The tabernacle itself is worth $2 million and has immense spiritual

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06:03 min | 5 months ago

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"WNYC's ruined medical Paul says both groups are facing demonization and in the quest for safety they're being pitted against each other On February 18th mayor Eric Adams announced a new city initiative to clear homeless New Yorkers from the subways The train is at the end of the line someone is on there with shopping carts clothing bags sleeping unkept that's just not existing anymore It's just not going to happen His announcement to initiate sweeps came a month after the death of Michelle go An Asian American woman who was pushed off a subway platform Allegedly by a homeless man Marshall Simon Over the course of two months three other Asian New Yorkers died from violent attacks Gui Ying ma Christina yuna Lee and Yao Panama The suspects in those incidents were also unhoused This is caused alarm in Asian communities And mounting opposition to the construction of homeless facilities in neighborhoods where Asian New Yorkers live People are afraid children are not afraid parents are afraid This is doctor Lucy lung She runs a pediatric practice in Chinatown and attended a meeting of Manhattan community board two regarding a homeless facility scheduled to open this spring on grand street Lung described how homelessness in recent years had affected the neighborhood It was syringes there were people using drugs There were people harassed being harassed by these people People are afraid to use chase Frank Loom worried that opening a homeless side on grand street would only make problems like open drug use worse by increasing the homeless population in the neighborhood and pose a safety risk as well However advocates for the homeless say the grand street site known as a drop in facility is meant to address existing homelessness in the area and the risks they face by living unhoused as showcased in the fatal shootings of 5 homeless people on the streets of New York and Washington D.C. One of those shootings was at one 48 Lafayette street just 6 blocks from where the grand street facility is set to open Corinne Lowe is the cofounder of the open hearts initiative a group that tries to make communities more supportive of homeless residents She's also Asian American We don't have to choose in terms of safety for one group of people at the expense of another group of people We don't have to victimize one group to create safety for another group Low and other advocates for homeless New Yorkers are now calling for the atoms administration to end the sweeps of the subways And the absence of sufficient housing they argue those sweeps are forcing people onto the streets and putting them further at risk A Paul WNYC news This is morning edition from NPR news I'm Leila faulted And I'm a Martinez A generation of kids grew up playing an early educational video game called the Oregon Trail It's about pioneers on the trail west They remember it mostly for the moment their party died of dysentery Well now there's a different spin on the wagon trail game that focuses on more accurately representing Native Americans they meet along the way and it includes playable native characters The northwest news networks and a king has more Jazz half moon now 38 remembers playing Oregon Trail as a reward for doing well in class And it was on the old super old computer the green screen that was like the only color Half moon grew up on the confederated tribes of the U mutilla reservation in northeast Oregon I remember being like oh like the Indians killed off somebody in your wagon train you know and it's like well we're in the end The company gameloft tackled the redesign of Oregon Trail Its target audience the now 40 year olds and their kids and more Native American players Lead designer Jared Trojan had to root out historical inaccuracies in cliches about Native American culture Well as a middle class Australian I don't think I can really speak to that So he brought in some indigenous historians They listened to early test music for the game and said back off the drums and flutes and don't use broken stilted English Trudging got it It's like a trope to try and make Native American people seem primitive when actually there's a lot of bilingual or polylingual Native Americans at that time The team of historians came up with more appropriate character names and advocated for new roles for Native Americans not just guides or trappers University of Nebraska historian Margaret hitel has tribal ancestors She researched old photos and drawings for accurate depictions of different tribes clothing and style Initially all of the native people had braids and I think we suggested maybe they don't all have to have braids One major teaching moment for trudging bows and arrows He definitely wanted them Piddle explained that if you were a Native American trapper at the time you are more likely to have a rifle So bows and arrows are an outdated stereotype David Lewis teaches anthropology in ethnic studies at Oregon state university and he's a member of the confederated tribes of grand Ronde territories where many settlers ended up They were excited initially for all the new products the guns and the medals and the fabrics and things like that But the real organ trail wasn't a positive story for Native Americans The settlers kept coming By and large the experience in native people was was one of continual loss for really the first 70 or 80 years It's hard to put all that into a video game but historian Margaret says the designers were serious about getting it right It was clear that they were listening to us and.

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06:03 min | 5 months ago

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"Ruined medical Paul says both groups are facing demonization and in the quest for safety they're being pitted against each other On February 18th mayor Eric Adams announced a new city initiative to clear homeless New Yorkers from the subways The train is at the end of the line someone is on there with shopping carts clothing bags sleeping unkept that's just not existing anymore It's just not going to happen His announcement to initiate sweeps came a month after the death of Michelle go An Asian American woman who was pushed off a subway platform Allegedly by a homeless man Marshall Simon Over the course of two months three other Asian Yorkers died from violent attacks And Yao Panama The suspects in those incidents were also unhoused This has caused alarm in the Asian communities And mounting opposition to the construction of homeless facilities in neighborhoods where Asian New Yorkers live People are afraid children are afraid parents are afraid This is doctor Lucy lung She runs a pediatric practice in Chinatown and attended a meeting of Manhattan community board two regarding a homeless facility scheduled to open this spring on grand street Lung described how homelessness in recent years had affected the neighborhood It was syringes there were people using drugs There were people harassed being harassed by these people People are afraid to use chase Frank That opening a homeless side on grand street would only make problems like open drug use worse by increasing the homeless population in the neighborhood and pose a safety risk as well However advocates for the homeless say the grand street site known as a drop in facility is meant to address existing homelessness in the area and the risks they face by living unhoused as showcased in the fatal shootings of 5 homeless people on the streets of New York and Washington D.C. One of those shootings was at one 48 Lafayette street just 6 blocks from where the grand street facility is set to open Corinne Lowe is the cofounder of the open hearts initiative a group that tries to make communities more supportive of homeless residents She's also Asian American We don't have to choose in terms of safety for one group of people at the expense of another group of people We don't have to victimize one group to create safety for another group Low and other advocates for homeless New Yorkers are now calling for the atoms administration to end the sweeps of the subways And the absence of sufficient housing they argue those sweeps are forcing people onto the streets and putting them further at risk A reinventing Paul WNYC news It's morning edition from NPR news Along with Leila fatal A generation of kids grew up playing an early educational video game called the Oregon Trail It's about pioneers on the trail west They remember it mostly for the moment their party died of dysentery Well now there's a different spin on the wagon trail game that focuses on more accurately representing Native Americans they meet along the way and it includes playable native characters the northwest news networks and a king has more Jazz half moon now 38 remembers playing Oregon Trail as a reward for doing well in class And it was on the old super old computer the green screen that was the only color Half moon grew up on the confederated tribes of the U mutilla reservation in northeast Oregon I remember being like oh like the Indians killed off somebody in your wagon train you know and it's like what were Indians The company gameloft tackled the redesign of Oregon Trail Its target audience the now 40 year olds and their kids and more Native American players Lead designer Jared Trojan had to root out historical inaccuracies in cliches about Native American culture Well as a white middle class Australian I don't think I can really speak to that So he brought in some indigenous historians They listened to early test music for the game and said back off the drums and flutes and don't use broken stilted English Trudging got it It's like a trope to try and make Native American people seem primitive What actually there's a lot of bilingual or polylingual Native Americans at that time The team of historians came up with more appropriate character names and advocated for new roles for Native Americans not just guides or trappers University of Nebraska historian Margaret hittle has lacunae tribal ancestors She researched old photos and drawings for accurate depictions of different tribes clothing and style Initially all of the native people had braids and I think we suggested maybe they don't all have to have braids One major teaching moment for trudging bows and arrows He definitely wanted them Piddle explained that if you were a Native American trapper at the time you are more likely to have a rifle So bows and arrows are an outdated stereotype David Lewis teaches anthropology and ethnic studies at Oregon state university and he's a member of the confederated tribes of grand Ronde territories where many settlers ended up They were excited initially for all the new products the guns and the medals and the Pythagoras and things like that But the real organ trail wasn't a positive story for Native Americans The settlers kept coming By and large the experience of native people was was one of continual loss for really the first 70 or 80 years It's hard to put all that into a video game but historian Margaret says the designers were serious about getting it right It was clear that they were listening to us and taking what we had.

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02:30 min | 7 months ago

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"Of the 70s Born Marvin Lee a day in Dallas the world knew him as meatloaf His breakout album was bat out of hell his family says the singer has died at the age of 74 He was also an actor notably including the Rocky Horror picture show This is empire news And it's doubly NYC at 7 32 Good morning I'm Michael hill called out there just 15 right now Wind chill near zero this morning The former transfer of the state university of New York system Jim and latrobe will get his full $450,000 salary for the next year After that he'll get a tenured professor position that pays a $186,000 a year Malatras was a member of former governor Andrew Cuomo's inner circle he resigned under pressure after an old text message disparaging one of Cuomo's accusers came to light A virtual gathering of New York Asian American political officials yesterday showcased the growing power of the community as WNYC's Arun medical Paul reports the issue of anti Asian violence dominated the gathering Speaking at an event organized by the Asian American federation congresswoman grace Meng cited the death of Michelle go an Asian New Yorker who was pushed off a subway platform on Saturday Even though Michelle's tragedy might not necessarily be prosecuted as a hate crime it's still something that evokes so much fear already existing fear and so many in our community Men and other officials say this deep seated fear requires increased funding for mental health services and language access for community members who feel isolated Two Staten Island born Saturday Night Live stars are now also ferryboat owners New York magazine reports costars Pete Davidson and Colin Jost have bought the Staten Island ferry they went up for auction this way the two were part of a group who plays the winning bit of $280,000 for the retired John F. Kennedy boat the ferry was one of the first on the route to have extended four decks and outdoor promenades a representative of the buyers told the magazine they plan to rehab the ship into a live event venue a lot of work will have to be done though The boat is listed in poor condition and has a broken propulsion system the new owners will also have to find a new location to dock the vessel once it leaves saint George.

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05:54 min | 1 year ago

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"President Biden has nominated you honestly to the second Circuit Court of Appeals in New York. W in my sees a room medical. Paul says that as a public defender, she represents a paradigm shift in quarter point ease. The nomination of Eunice Lee to the federal judiciary has been widely applauded by progressives in the legal world. I could not be more thrilled with this election. People like Molly Coleman, you runs the People's parity project. She has worked for vulnerable people She's worked for where the barge ally, she's seen the ways in which our justice system Our quote unquote justice system really, really doesn't work for for vulnerable people. You honestly is black. She's a graduate of Yale Law school, and she's worked at the federal Defenders of New York. Christopher King runs the group demand justice, and, he says, This professional background is exceedingly rare. In the federal courts. You know, there have only been eight public defenders appointed to the Court of Appeals, which is a level just below the Supreme Court in our nation's history. The vast majority of people who are Are appointed, he says have been prosecutors or corporate defense attorneys. People who have represented individual clients who sat across the table from somebody who's been accused of a crime or who has been discriminated against was been harmed Fire product those perspectives and lawyers who represented individual clients are wholly lacking from our judicial system. All five of the people Biden has nominated to the various courts of appeals. Have been public defenders Molly Coleman says It's too early to say what the larger impact will be over the course of the biting presidency, especially after the Trump administration appointed 54 judges at the appellate level alone, But she's holding out hope. Saying there are well over 100 federal vacancies throughout the system for Biden to fill a room Venugopal W. N. Y C news It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin, and I'm Steve Inskeep. Spain is a European Nation, of course, but you look at a map and you see, it's just across the streets of Gibraltar from Africa. And for centuries, Spain has controlled bits of African territory, including the city. We're going to hear about next. So Utah is on the Mediterranean shore, and it is attached to Morocco. In recent days, almost 8000 migrants, a quarter of them Children have crossed from Morocco and the Spanish government has sent troops in response will discuss this with Associated Press reporter Or it's Potter, who is in Madrid. Welcome to the program. Thank you very much. Good morning. I guess looking at the map. I can see why migrants would be attracted. There's effectively a land border with Europe. You can walk from Africa into a little bit of Europe. What is happening in that that border in recent days? Well, yeah felt on day. Also the nearby Milica, which is also Spanish territory have always bean flash point for migrants trying to enter European soil. There, Seamus, a stepping stepping point to the European mainland, But what has happened has been extremely unusual. I mean, every year last year, there were 2000. 200 people more or less who crossed into Delta Milica into this to Spanish enclaves in northern Africa. But in a matter of just 48 hours, we suddenly saw 1000 people swimming, jumping the able fences. And even paddling on inflatable boats and reaching Celta on. This is extremely unusual. Let's think that this is the population off 85,000 people in this city. Which suddenly is getting 1000 migrants, most of the Moroccans but also from other countries in in Africa, Okay, and you mentioned paddling boats. It's a little peninsula. I guess some people might you get to take a very short water trip to get around to the peninsula. But is there any sense of why 1000 migrants would arrive in the matter of a couple of days? Well, until now. Neither side was a state in it. Clearly, what wasn't stating clearly, why was this happening on? We were sort of like figuring out from from past remarks from politicians, but Now today, especially has become very clear with the statements from the Moroccan side and the Spanish side that this has to do with Spain's position to actually allow the leader of a militant group to receive medical treatment in a Spanish hospital. That person is Brian Galley, his the head of the Polisario Front, which is the group that fights for independent. For an independent Western Sahara. The Western Sahara Isa is a former Spanish colony. I try next. Wait a minute. I want to make sure the very few seconds we have. I want to make sure I understand this. The suggestion is being made that Morocco was not happy with Spain's harboring this man. And so they're sending refugees at Spanish territory is a kind of weapons that the theory That is the theory and that's what way have basically just received confirmation from from Moroccan official who was just sending that That message to Madrid saying, What were you expecting? Why? Why did you decide to provide this help to somebody that Morocco says that's an enemy on their four? You obviously have to put up with the consequences of one of the consequences. It's actually having all those migrants in your own remarkable. Remarkable.

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02:54 min | 1 year ago

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"Y c independent journalism in the public interest, 93.9 FM and AM a 20 NPR News and the New York conversation. This is W. N. Y. C in New York and Michael Hill. The Bite administration says the government will protect gay and transgender people against sex discrimination in health care that reverses a trump era policy. That's auto now the scope of legal rights in sensitive situations involving medical care, Health and human services Secretary Xavier But Sarah Said today that LGBT Q. People should have the same access to healthcare as everyone else. The Trump Administration had defined sex to mean gender assigned at birth, thereby excluding transgender people from the umbrella of legal protection against sex discrimination. Police say they've identified the suspect in a shooting attack Saturday that left three people injured, including a young child WN. Y sees our own medical, Paul says the instant in time squares Times Square That is, comes at a sensitive time for a city trying to stage a comeback. It has been 448 shooting incidents in the city so far this year. That's up sharply from 241 incidents. By this point last year, tourism officials worried that perceptions of crime and unrest Could prevent tourist from booking trips here as the city and institutions like Broadway attempt to reopen. The issue is also sharpening divisions among mayoral candidates, with some saying the city needs to get tough on crime, while Republican Congresswoman Nicole Amalia Takis says the federal government should help bolster the presence of law enforcement locally. The empty A wants more uniformed police officers to patrol the subways as it returns to 24 hours service next Monday. Agency chair pad for he wants the police Department. It said. 600 more full time officers underground. The NYPD has agreed to deploy a volunteer auxiliary officers at 20, the busiest stations, but in an interview on Pix 11 for, he said. Mm. That's not enough. The NYPD had already added 500 more officers after several attacks in February. Mostly cloudy and 64 today, right down 51 in Central Park. I'll come back to news out. We'll talk about Afghanistan and the increasingly violent attacks in the last two days first, though, tested being carried out to establish what caused 40 tons of dead fish to float to the surface of Lebanon's Biggest reservoir. A major cleanup operation is underway at Kara Moon Lake. Scientists and environmentalists say this is just the latest example of government neglect after hundreds of millions of dollars was promised five years ago to clean up the lake on the country's longest river, which flows into it, Louise Alana reports. Closer. I get to the water more. It stinks. That's.

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06:12 min | 1 year ago

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"Until now, relatively few people have been in so we were making a decision about the health and safety of the people on the trading floor, as well as the livelihoods of the people on the trading floor. Michael Hill this morning edition from NPR and Double U N. Y c. The investigation continues into last week's deadly Metro train crash in Mexico City. House Republicans vote this week whether to unseat Liz Cheney, the highest ranking woman in the party's leadership after she criticized former President Trump And the New York City primaries coming up, We'll help you get ready. It's Monday, May 10th. The news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Winter Johnston Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney could be removed from her leadership host in the House this week. House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy is endorsing New York Republican a least a phonic to replace Cheney as the third ranking Republican in the chamber. NPR's Derek McDaniel reports, Cheney has been critical of former President Donald Trump. And had voted to impeach him for his role in the deadly attack on the U. S Capitol building. McCarthy told Fox that Stefanik can ensure the party is speaking with one voice. We need a conference that united that's why we need a conference chair that is delivering that message day in and day out and uniting the nation. To make sure that we are on the right foot in going forward. In an op ed in The Washington Post last week, Liz Cheney said she feels Republicans are damaging their own party by embracing Trump's lies about a stolen and fraudulent election. House Republicans could vote on whether Cheney may remain in her post as soon as Wednesday. Eric McDaniel NPR NEWS Washington At least 300 Palestinians have been injured after violent clashes with Israeli police and Jerusalem's Old City today. NPR's Daniel Estrin reports. Today is Jerusalem Day when Israelis celebrate the country's capture and annexation of east Jerusalem in the 1967 Mideast war. Israeli religious Jews and ultranationalists are out in the streets already, and they're going to be marching through the old city. It's an annual march with chance and flags. And police have asked Palestinian shopkeepers to close up their stores and be out of the streets. So there is a lot of concern this march will inflame tensions that this morning were inflamed NPR's Daniel Estrin reporting from outside the walls of Jerusalem's Old City. It is. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to announce that timeline for easing coronavirus restrictions in the United Kingdom, NPR's Frank Langfitt reports. They include the return to endure dining and other activities that were shut down to curb the spread of the virus. From next Monday. The government will allow people in England to meet in groups of up to 30 outdoors, while six people or two households can meet indoors. Pubs, restaurants and movie theaters is set to reopen indoors. The changes apply only to England, home to most of the UK population. Limited. Foreign travel is also said to return May 17th, the government announced a dozen destinations where people could travel, including Portugal, Iceland in Australia, Passengers will have to test negative to board a return flight but will not have to quarantine upon arrival. The government insists easing restrictions are unlikely to spark a resurgence in infections. More than half of the UK population has received the first vaccine dose infection rates are at their lowest level since September. 2020 Frank Langfitt NPR NEWS London On Wall Street. Dow futures are trading mixed. This is NPR news. This is w N. Y. C at 804 Good morning, clouding 48 now 64 Cloudy Later, police say they've identified the suspect in a shooting attack Saturday. They hurt three people, including a young child. W NY sees a Rune medical Paul says The incident in Times Square comes at a sensitive time for a city trying to stage a comeback. They have been 448 shooting incidents in the city so far this year. That's up sharply from 241 incidents. By this point last year, tourism officials worried that perceptions of crime and unrest Could prevent tourist from booking trips here as the city and institutions like Broadway attempt to reopen. The issue is also sharpening divisions among mayoral candidates, with some saying the city needs to get tough on crime, while Republican Congresswoman Nicole Amalia Takis Says the federal government should help bolster the presence of law enforcement locally. For the first time since New York's public libraries were shut down by the pandemic. So like branches will amount patrons to browse in person and use computers. Today W and my sees Jim O'Grady reports and when every branch is supposed to reopen Mid July. That's the official date, but sources say it could be as early as July. 6th. The plan is to gradually add in person service to all 213 branches except those undergoing renovation. Classes. Another group activities might return even later. By its own admission, The library has been extra cautious about the pace of fully reopening. The presidents of the city's three systems will testify this afternoon at a City council hearing about when it might be back to something like normal and how much that'll cost. New York City voters will pick new borough presidents, members of the City Council, of course, a new mayor in the coming weeks. The primary starts in little more than a month when early voting begins on June 12 Rachel Littlejohn from Crown Heights, says she's not sure who shall support from there, but wants to find someone who will doom or for people with mental health issues. Our mental health workers. They're overworked, underpaid, understaffed, underfunded, and then you have people who sincerely need help. They have nowhere to go to learn more about who's running from mayor. Another local right since you can visit gothamist dot com slash 2021..

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08:57 min | 1 year ago

"medical paul" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The pandemic has brought even more dogs into our homes and made us even closer. So how well do you know your dog? What you see in that great furry Pile of darkness is about to change. Cognitive scientist and dog Devil Today, Alexandra Horowitz on how well our dogs know us if you consider them little anthropologists watching our behavior and learning That's next time on Freakonomics Radio tonight at eight on 93.9 FM W. N Y C If you believe democracy requires a free press, your station is w. N. Y. C. 93.9 FM and am a 20 NPR News and the New York conversation. Welcome back. I'm high, right? This is the United States of anxiety for the rest of the show. The phones are open. We are entering a new chapter for this show literally since we began as a response to the Trump campaign and presidency. Obviously for the country question. I'm asking of myself and of you is this What have you been carrying through the trump era that you are ready to put down And what do you plan to hold onto 6464357280? That's 6464357 to 80. Maybe it's a new perspective or an emotional reality. Good or bad. Or maybe it's just a practice that you've picked up toe manage the anxiety of these times. What have you been carrying through the trump era of that you're gonna put down And what do you plan to hold onto you 6464357 to 80 r tweet it at me. Use the hashtag us and anxiety are you could just at me. I'm at Chi underscore, right? We're gonna ask you to keep your answers tight so that we can try to move through a bunch of you. Hopefully, we can just get a little sampling of where everyone's that emotionally, which ready would put down what you're ready to hold on to And as we take your calls, I'm joined by friend and co creator of this show, a room medical Paul. He's now the senior reporter and w N Y. C is racing Justice Unit pay room. So, like I said a Rune was the lead reporter on the show back in 2016, and you'll be hearing from him or this year as he has graciously agreed. Does this show whenever I need to step out? In a room. Let me put the questions to you. What if Let's start with the first one? What have you been carrying through the trump era that you think you're ready to put down? Yeah, it's it's um It's a good question. It's really kind of forced me to think about these last few years and Guess what I would say. Just professionally speaking. All right, as someone who does cover race but is also just, you know, in all around Nice guy and mild mannered individual. What I aspired to do, I'll put it this way is to abandon all the tiptoeing. Tentativeness. You know the euphemisms that we tend to use the what about Is them all that stuff that we do in this business in the business of American news? Even as we learned through this entirely new era of Mobs and insurrections. I'm not sure if If this makes any sense, but I'm I'm just kind of done with this sort of the tentativeness that we tend to deploy, and there's a certain pet dogma. In use and in flexibility. You know, this cautiousness had a time. You know, when we in this business really cannot afford to be like that. You know our craft. Just has to Better reflect, and I think really Resembled these times in which we live. You know, it has to go. I think better recognize and, uh And internalized the scale this enormous problem that that cannot looms before us. Well, let's get right to the phones because folks want to talk Daniel in Bay Ridge. Welcome to the show. Thank you guys. I think your own. My name is Daniel from Bay Ridge and I've been holding on for a lot longer than the trump years. Just anger over the fact that as a people where we're Having that Say that human beings are should be treated with egalitarian equality and and And and have equity in the world. Um And I'm trying not to hold every person that I see with a maga hat responsible for it. I'm just trying to Listen and not and not hold onto that anger. The things that I am holding onto, though, is an acute sense. Of responsibility to have My representative, even though it's Nicole Amalia caucus and to have my representatives and the Senate. And the contact every state representative possible. To try and hold the Biden administration President Biden administration. Responsible for their promises of racial justice and racial equity. You have to remember that this is a man who's done an incredible amount of violence. Two colored communities, People of color. I think I'm Latino, my community through his through his crime bill, and I would love to see him not only have the opportunity but seized the opportunity. To walk that back. And I want to hold on to the idea that it's my responsibility that Oh, hold him accountable through my representatives. Thank you so much for taking my call. Thank you, Daniel. And let's go to Tony in Queens. Tony, Welcome to the show. Hi. Welcome. Thank you for taking my call. This'd actually kind of negative. To be honest. What I carry through the trump era was this idea of justice? The idea that In the face of injustice in the face of wrong the most. We can ask for his justice, as even as victims. We ask for justice. That's the best we can get. And that's what we deserve after seeing the insurrection. Absolutely not. No, I met a position now where I can say honestly, I believe that minorities And African American especially deserved more than justice. They deserve some retribution. There deserves to have the other side feel shame, feel embarrassment to be subject to harm their outside the scope. Our understanding of justice. They should lose property. She moved jobs, they should lose social standing. What I've seen today. What I saw during the insurrection really cemented in my mind that it is not fair to ask the victims of injustice to be the civilized one. To be the ones that forgive to be the ones that turned the other cheek. It is not fair because the other side will take advantage of it, and they have They got more out of their injustice. Then we can get back from our justice, No matter how long it is. And the big thing for me is that there used to be a pastor. I would I would hold myself down. I would say, Look, we can only ask for justice. The most that we can ask for. I say no. Now we deserve more than this. We deserve retribution. I wouldn't say violent represent retribution. Absolutely not. But there has to be a sense of shame. There has to be some Nonsense of farm outside of justice, Courts of justice. Thank you, Tony. I'm gonna let you go so we can keep going Christian from Richmond Hill Christian. Welcome to the show. Like I get to be on. Um, yeah, I was saying, you know, as soon as Trump came down those stairs and you know I'm Mexican, and I'm an immigrant. So assume if you came down and called us, you know, rapists and murderers. My field that I tried so hard to put down came up. And then it continued with, you know the Children in cages and with the shootings in El Paso, you know, I've been on high alert. I felt like I like I mean, being personally attacked, you know, for for four years now, so Getting my shield down my sword down. I could breathe a little bit, but also knowing that I have to be hypervigilant. You know it within my lad. Next immunity, there is anti Semitism. Um there is racism. So it's important for me to teach, you know, call that out to do whatever I can, you know, because my liberation is about everybody else's. So that's you know, I have hope, but I got to keep vigilant. Thank you, Christian. So a room, you know, visited some striking calls. The idea of moving past justice that Tony mentioned. I wonder about that. And how much you hear that as a reporter on my own communities of color, I guess And what you think of that this idea that it's timeto Let go of justice. We need more than justice. You know, I think that's something you might hear..

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Firefighters

PODSHIP EARTH

07:28 min | 2 years ago

Firefighters

"This week we talk about fighting fires twice a week. A firefighter dies in the line of duty. Heroes sense of the word firefighters spend their lives, doing gritty dangerous work, wearing down their lungs and their bodies, so that the rest of us can have safer lives the biggest fire in recent San Francisco history began with just a few wisps of smoke from the top story of the building right here within a half hour, the entire structure was engulfed. Here's how it happened beginning with the first call to fire dispatch. Construction. East of Los Angeles more than fifteen hundred firefighters are facing walls of fire, eighty feet, tall, hot, dry gusts, or whipping up fire tornadoes across brush, Brittle from drought. Firefighters a frontline responders in the battle against climate change whether it's fighting raging wildfires or helping urban dwellers overcome extreme heat or rescuing victims of rising seas, firefighters, a who we call on. What is less well known that? are being exposed to toxic soup of chemicals from melting screen TV's and nylon carpets each time they respond to a residential fire. I talk with Tom O'Connor. Battalion Chief in San. Francisco's five. The poppin as well as one of the directors of the San Francisco Cancer Prevention Foundation about how firefighters a leading the charge to clean up. One Community at the time. I stopped by asking Battalion Chief O. Connor how long he's been with the San Francisco Fire Department. Had Been a firefighter in San Francisco for roughly twenty seven years until one attracted you in the first place to becoming a firefighter. ability to help others and engage in some sort of civic duty that I wanted to serve the community and as well as a kind of drifting between jobs. At that point in my life I thought I was going to be a college professor and I was in Grad. School Davis and this job came up in San Francisco, and I thought well. Maybe I'll do this and make our way through Grad. School before I get my Phd and twenty seven years later and all but dissertation, but one day I'll go back and finish up. What what was on Tom. Science that's pretty amazing that you made that switch of that time that you thought about being firefighter before and the first and the family come from a family of new. York cops and ironically enough My mother's an identical twin, and both sisters gave birth at roughly the same time, and my cousin is in New York firemen and I'm San Francisco firefighter. So yeah, we both kind of follows similar career paths in life. We're in an interesting time as it relates to public service and firefight is still revered, and you'll everyone's local hero, whereas the police are going through a rough time in terms of public perception, and and frankly the behavior firefighters are very fortunate in that. Every time were called. Were there to help? We don't give out tickets. We don't arrest people like there's no. Negative outcome of a visit from a firefighter. We know that the public call us at their absolute worst moment, so we make sure that they have absolute trust in us if they call and they want us, there were at their lowest of low. We WanNA. Make sure that's a very non-intrusive private visit and we WANNA. Maintain that trust so if they opened their doors stranger to. To come in and help we WANNA make sure that they always feel welcome to open that door, so we're always in the community talking to people and we make sure we follow up on the clients that we do visit for Medical Paul or fire call I mean we really nurture the relationship with the community, so it's sort of an oral tradition that's been handed down. With virtually every fire department in the nation, that's you maintain that that level of trust in that relationship with the public and one of the things that's unique about firefighters is you'll live together I mean it's more like a family. You're going back to your family of firefighters. How does that shift even work at one twenty four hour shift, and usually you're off for forty eight hours, and it comes to forty eight or fifty six hour workweek. But yeah, it is kind of a unique social experiment where you put all these people together for twenty four hours. We have meals together and us. You know live and fight and work together, and it's like any family. You'll have fights. You have disagreements and you make up and you come together, and there's high points and low points, but. You make it all work. Some people say we put the fun and dysfunction, but Like it, it's a it's a great experiment and is really an enjoyable profession especially when you put that family aspect together, and where's your battalion Tom I'm battalion one which goes from downtown, San Francisco Chinatown North. Beach all you over to the wharf, so it's a big busy battalion. How many? Do, you have We have roughly seventy firefighters this battalion every day, so it's five stations and I get about six thousand runs a year so I don't know how many would get with all the engines and trucks put together probably in excess of ninety thousand calls a year amazing. It's huge. Yeah, we keep busy. It's really slowed down now with the pandemic because downtown is emptied. So, there's nobody to call nine one one anymore. They're all sheltering in place somewhere

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"medical paul" Discussed on Gugacast

Gugacast

1:16:38 hr | 2 years ago

"medical paul" Discussed on Gugacast

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"medical paul" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"medical paul" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"We're all doing. I kind of laugh people. Ask Me what I'm doing at my vacation I just it's just crazy but So Bob and todd actually. I wanted to say todd. Todd this is your for. How many months have you been on the job? Oh where am I so Way To start with a bang. Yeah yes it's been interesting So it's certainly interesting dynamics to deal with as as you taken on the new position My co-host for a couple of my podcasts. And My business partner Matt. Fox's with a as well but so Bob Todd What's going on a- at the township level The covert nineteen. What what concerns are are there that you guys have that you're trying to care for the people of the Northville Township's well thank you for giving us this opportunity. I WanNA thank you and jody. Especially for doing this podcast. This gives us just yet another source to reach out to our residents in addition to our Websites are social media and so forth. Where we've been trying to post updates the things that are going on in the township I've been a hosting I'm glad tides with us because I'll give you a little bit of an overview and then tied will give you some specifics. I think that will You'll find interesting but in terms of the you know in terms of the township of I guess the first most important thing in his air there's crisis arena is at at like to at least assure residents that everyone at the township is doing everything possibly that Janet do two things and that's keep residents safe and also to continue to provide essential services so those are our main goals of operation. Obviously the most important as our police in our emergency services through our firefighters and frankly they're handling an incredible number of calls there are front line a reverse freeze finders and those are the folks we need to really protect and I WANNA thank chief. Fire Chief of Brent Segel because he's been instrumental in obtaining You know the personal protection equipment. We've commonly referred to that as PP without that are first responders or not protected. And we'd have to see service so far. He's able to arrange in obtain those along with our police chief Paul Pennies and I'd like to shout out to him and thank them for all the work that they're doing. We're still in operation. We're GONNA try to stay in operation as long as we possibly can to As long as this crisis continues I would say this that we really really do need at this time. The public's help I know that there's all kinds of speculation as windies this Peaking when this thing is GonNa peak whether a week or two weeks or whatever but it is critical now if you look at some of the statistics which I will give you for the county as of yesterday county had three thousand two hundred sixty seven confirmed cases and one hundred sixty two deaths. The township has forty-six cases and three deaths as of yesterday. So this is. This is a critical toll this heat's climbing every day. We don't know how long it's GonNa go on. But I know that it's inconvenient for people to stay at home and it's an aggravation not to go outside. But we really WANNA keep the distance and the social distancing and try to protect Our first responders so that they don't yet in infected in. It's easier for the the emergency services folks because they've got everything but we get a tremendous number of of calls for our our police and a Lotta Times. They have to go to houses and they don't have all of the equipment that they need because the calls are different they're not in ems medical Paul. So I'd like to Just do a couple of other things. Let you know that. What's going on in the township. Which was your key questions. So I didn't want to take too much of an introduction but give you an overview we have closed the township to the Public. We then closed the township to our voice. Everybody is working remotely and we've got Our Director Marina Moran Fred Chat Treasurer. Working to make sure that all the services continue and checks get paid and an checks get issued to pay bills etc etc. So we doing all that and then you know. I don't know how it is with the city and and so forth but we still have to deal with all the normal Issues or Clark is still operating and you know. We have several elections and none of those none of the Deadlines have been postponed yet by the governor. So we've got an August election for all of the all of the people of the township are up for reelection and we have a millage election. So there's going to be a lot going on here as soon as As soon as we move on the parks and REC to tell you we've closed the Parkson. We closed the parks and REC. We've closed the the playground equipment yield so that people can't get gathering areas but we've kept open our Pathways Walkways and encouraged people to go outside and do that. That's kind of consistent with what the school district did. And we appreciate They're working in concert with us I would say this that we are keeping transfers recordkeeping transportation open for seniors and will keep those as long as we've got drivers so that's an important point Our local businesses one. Quick thing I want to point out that happen just Friday and I got some confirmation today in a conference call with the county is that they had a loan program for small businesses but it was limited to had ten million dollars and it was limited to businesses that were in low income communities. They just expanded that so it will go to our communities. They've added another four million dollars to that and it's going to be processed through T. CF bank With loans up to fifty thousand dollars and the filing deadline is now extended until June thirtieth. So that's great. News for our local Local businesses. So where's.

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"medical paul" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:07 min | 3 years ago

"medical paul" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"You what you want here at the fan and that's a radio dot com re white let's get to the phone calls at eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six Steve in white stone was of Stevie I don't know because you're not I I got the call is Chris mold no this is Kristin monocle all Christmas month that'll make a little make they'll make Kris more work all the you know we don't get seven hour shifts some of them in any way I'm not beat you at this was the man what's up not your way better well that was a way you know that's clearly the truth because was not bad all right I'm disposed in shops hi here and I'm a big that's what I'm a big Detroit Lions fan okay okay looking forward I'm looking forward to this game tomorrow night as as is every team that plays in New York Giants unfortunate I mean this in the dock the giants are intent that I might be because their future their quarterback this guy Jones but we're gonna find out you know the lines if you ask me we're very under rated I mean we can over look into what was supposed to win tomorrow night but if you look at our record doesn't speak what we are because we we we should be the chiefs should be the Packers we beat the eagles that it would be the eagles and Philadelphia I mean I think our team I think our team is pretty pretty strong yes ma'am and No yeah I they they've they've hung tough no question they did put up a good performance against the chiefs could at it could have easily won that game but didn't could have easily won the Packers game couple of interesting calls will just put in that they had a chance to win that game I thought they were going to win the Vikings game I gotta be honest with you I actually my wallet even thought so and it didn't go well for me I really like the the lines that came in and the Vikings kind of have continued this offense of onslaught really let's be fair they've played very well and they've they've been great home team in a tough road semen I thought going into Detroit was gonna be a tough spot for them and they came out and flying colors so I was surprised they lost a game you know slays not gonna play you're gonna lose your best cornerback but I still think they're probably good enough to beat the giants I agree you losing your running back obviously with no carry on Johnson but Hey the back of running back to the Arizona Cardinals ran for three touchdowns last week against the giants so I don't think it's something the the lines can overcome in this game but yeah I mean look the ice I do think that they should have never tied Arizona and ice if they beat the cheese this is based on the season for no if they don't if they figure out a way to beat the cardinals when they were a big in that game and and did everything they could to lose it down the stretch and then they lose again to the chief they could I mean you're right you're right the team is two and three two three one could easily be for you know five in one form one easily five one four two could easily be that but they're not and they've been a team that defines ways to lose games and they've had a quarterback who put up the numbers and there was a touchdown passes but doesn't win games so I think it's an interesting game tomorrow but it's all about the quarterback for the giants it's about winning and losing for the lines so about the quarterback for the giants Mike in Connecticut what's on the what's on it what's a Mike on the fence Chris was still around I'm doing an internship herbal I think you're but you're saying that the giants impacts are terrible yeah another pretty bad they really yeah your record it's a medical Paul what you should be using certain is on believable and and which sure sure football final twenty thirty years sold for over to search the world thirty five right well look I I I understand you saying I hated obviously and I am I went over it with Paul I hated the fourth since going for a fourth in fifteen I did I didn't hate the drawn third eighteen unaided I see that play work a bunch to not play much of work a bunch and the coach said that if you know he added a past called the dandy audible if they saw the for the formation that them the Arizona Cardinals or in the Saudi change a plate or run you know to me put in the hands in in the in the ball in the hands of Barkley on a draw play when they're expecting to you to throw the ball you get ten twelve yards on that play easy a lot I've seen a lot and then you have a manageable fourth but once you only get three yards on that you can't go for a fourth that you can't a terrible decision I almost think it's reactionary to the week before when he was getting killed for point then is there I almost felt it was like you know you don't like you want to plug well let's see if you like you know if I go for it I agrees on it he's done a bad job is a bad job he's been a losing coaches career unfortunately but something tells me the giants are gonna get rid of them at the end of the year some just tells me that you know he he he's probably a big reason they pick Daniel Jones they they probably still have faith in him they saw what he could do with the offense of Minnesota took you know case Keenum to the NFC championship game and I just whether they're right or wrong they've already fired a coach after two years I just I I I think they're gonna give him one more year I don't know if that's a mistake a night it might it might very well maybe eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six all right up next going to talk to Scott Mason of turned on the jets dot com go little jets football in your life after that it'll be one last hour of just mean you taking phone calls on anything you want eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six celebrate Halloween with dressed up donuts from Duncan like the spooky sweet Halloween spider doughnut trick or treat are you a little bit old to be trick or treating no this is so it's just a really good costume 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"medical paul" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

13:57 min | 3 years ago

"medical paul" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sixty I'm sitting on the steps of the Lincoln Thomas Jefferson that's I like to have the roasted chicken breast very well done everything is all about I try to get a little bit away from the actual subject studio three sixty with Kurt Andersen Thursday I gave my word to go Jeez no man is gonna make a liar out of me Sir that's John Wayne of course in one of the many westerns he made with the director John Ford there's no question of honor Sir between an American officer in Cochise there is to me Sir together Ford and John Wayne we kind of have to say his whole name made more than a dozen films and created this archetypal persona much more than just the movie cowboy John Wayne came to represent an idea of American masculinity and ideal to which lots of men a spire but is really masterful as many of for John Wayne westerns are sixty in seventeen eighty years later there are also troubling aspects to some so what should we here in the twenty first century make of them for our American icon series a room medical Paul explores one of the best of those John Ford John Wayne movies it's a film that features both men at the height of their powers end at their most problematic I was I suspect among the last generation of American children to play cowboys and Indians I was an Indian kid growing up in Texas but the other kind of Indian we'd say almost apologetically my dad watched westerns on TV he was a fan of the show bonanza but I never got it in the nineteen seventies even kids like me who played with fake tomahawks and more feather headdresses without the slightest inhibition didn't watch westerns their heyday had come and gone in fact I don't think I watched a single western until I was well into adulthood in the late nineties the film was John Ford's magnum opus the searchers from nineteen fifty six and I've been thinking about it and Freddie over it ever since so the searchers is considered one of the greatest of the cold in the era of Hollywood westerns in nineteen fifty nine John no good are the famous new wave French director in K. a dissident mom wrote about it growing terms and compared it to Homer's the Odyssey it's widely regarded as one of the most magnificent Hollywood movies and deliveries of any kind or country of origin ever made in two thousand eight the American film institute named the searchers D. greatest western Entertainment Weekly said the same thing on rotten tomatoes it gets a one hundred percent rating with critics even Metcalf is the host of slate's culture gab fest podcast and its critic at large it's been a well of creative inspiration the great filmmakers have gone back to over and over and over again filmmakers like Steven Spielberg I try to run John Ford film one or two before I start every movie I have to look at the searchers have to almost every time Star Wars huge debt to the searchers short for storm trooper all the uniform the searchers was directed by John Ford and came out in nineteen fifty six it begins with one of the most memorable opening shots in film history in which the pitch black screen gives way to a frame within a frame from the interior of the home we see the dark in silhouette of a woman standing within a doorway looking out away from Nancy Schoenberg very easy author of wind and for the films the friendship and the forging of American hero and what's on the other side of that door is this vast landscape filled with me says rising up in the brilliant light of the desert see figure writing in from the vast landscape it gives you the sense that we are really watching something mythic here with these fantastic bases in this is Texas eighteen sixty eight the man is Ethan Edwards played by John Wayne is a hulking mysterious figure his return to his brother's home state after years away he wears gray Confederate gray and carries money ill gotten gains but for a moment at least we enjoy the reunions eating with his brother and sister in law Martha who is clearly in love with the thing and of course the kids in the eyes of the director John Ford no matter what life on frontiers like outside inside is a simple sentimental beauty mark by warmth and laughter of course the serenity doesn't last for long meeting in the others go out to investigate a cattle before realizing it's all just a ruse still in the cattle was just apologize out there's a murder right the man rushed back home but by the time they arrive it's too late everything's on five Martha Eaton's beloved sister in law has been raped by the mansion and she's dead as is her husband Eric Ethan's brother and their son Ben but the two daughters leucine young Debbie are missing they've been abducted by a sinister Comanche chief newness car just one reason we're here and it's as defined Debbie and Lucy if they're still alive and is the following scenes unfold we understand how the film gets its name eat then and is adopted nephew Martin set out on a quest search that will last years will they manage to find Lucy or Debbie and what will happen if they do it's a stark narrative but Ford rarely spoke of his working grand philosophical terms to him movies were entertainment in the searchers you get slapstick fight scenes riveting cowboy in engine battles broad racial caricatures and dancing years after making the searchers John Ford was interviewed by a French journalist well the question is the best type of picture that action but you have horses newly of movement background Shane ray Carla and that's why they're interested my most of our best pictures out west but one of many reasons why the film resonated to the stand to did at least with critics is because of the single minded AT handle like intensity of you didn't quest you think maybe there's a chance we still not finding angel chase and things only thinks he's chased and then what's say while in Iran seems like you never learns there's such a thing as a just keep coming on so we'll find the money and sure as turn another more than anything else one could argue the searchers is about sex which is to say the fear of it early in their quest Ethan and Martin discover that the older of the two sisters is dead that leaves just one Debbie played by Natalie wood he's out there somewhere his allies say while raises one of their own one John Wayne alluded to just briefly in that little speech at the beginning is the fact that over time she will grow and come of age which means she will become a woman and become the wife of a Comanche Glenn Frankel is the author of the searchers the making of an American legend and spoke to the Australian broadcasting corporation she will have sex with Indians and this sort of psychosexual element to the story is what drives it forward because as time goes on the uncle makes the decision that he's not going to try to rescue her to restore her to the family but he's actually thinking of killing her because she's been violated she's she's cross that line she suffered a fate worse than death and this is the twist that defines the searchers the character he denied words as played by John Wayne has no intention of saving his needs he's more interested in saving whiteness by killing her for never tried to sugar coat Ethan's character and is director Martin Scorsese explains it in an interview with the American film institute were often reminded of youth and brutality you really get his character in the moment when they on earth at the grave of a dead Indian there's some disagreement that discussing arguing suddenly Ethernet which says let's finish the job do it right but I just finished the job programs got fires twice should have the eyes of the dead in the what did that do you I watch you praise none what that can manage the ladies thank god no eyes he can enter the spirit land has to wonder forever between though and in a sense what he's doing he hates so much that he's beyond the grave his want to give him the piece of his paradise now he wants to kill the soul of of these people Ethan's hatred of a Comanche is something so great that it worries even his own family you will that's what I'm afraid of Laurie him finding I've seen his eyes at the very word Commanche I've seen him take his knife that's Martin reading and found as a baby orphaned and he was raised by Ethan's brother and family but years later you can only have contempt for him like a mistake you for I have not quite an eight Cherokee arrest in English the racism takes different shapes sometimes it's explicit and violent and sometimes it's meant to be funny during their travels even Martin briefly joined by a third character a heavy set native American woman somehow in a comic turn she's been one of my mark in by any blanket yeah but our guide yourself she sees accidental bride and although she doesn't speak his language and he doesn't speak hers he is clearly smitten Martin finds it's absolutely infuriating and when she tries to snuggle up next to him at night he jumps up and Sir down hill you know that's grown very be able ours in bags as the scene played for laughs the first time I saw the searchers this was the one thing that stayed with me I was so troubled by it John Ford was even asked about this years later I they didn't buy man why are they being punished where in your picture what is right he was a showman above all else but for Martin Scorsese and other fans of the film the searchers with the window on to life not just life on the frontier but contemporary American society he just literally acts out the racism the worst aspects of racism of our country and he just shows us the worst part of ourselves it's coming out of the late forties early fifties he just brings right up to the surface so I have to deal with it I watched it over and over and over again to that pricing so fifty times where I can probably articulate every scene in this movie Sam Pollard is a documentary filmmaker who teaches at NYU after watching for so many years I see how complicated is in terms of issues of race in terms of issues of masculinity and gender the John Ford in the S. character vegan basically paints a very complicated brush of a man's a misogynist and a racist you know John Ford knew what he was doing Pollard and I watch the scene together this is the moment when you thin and is traveling to pain in many years Martin finally encountered Debbie in the desert she's dressed in native American clothes it's kind of a blast to watch movies with Sam Pollard even once he seen fifty times is your brother Martin had come to take you home don't you remember how much this is Martin waited for you I pray for you to come I love home and then just as Martin is reconnecting with his long lost sister twenty three years of his life searching for eating draws his gun and aims it right at a he's been kind of honor killing Nancy Schober and it's really terrifying to see the depth of the passion of his hatred in this hatred of the Comanches show burger so she asked filmmaker and John Ford obsessive Peter Bogdanovich a central question about the character of the temple why do we even care about him when he is so frightening a figure and his response was because it's John Wayne you can't not like John Wayne he brought the good will of his earlier movies and of course I don't want to do a spoiler alert here but I will the very end of the movie he does redeem himself and this is how after their initial close encounter with Debbie Martin anything or T. stuff like Comanche warriors connected to the evil chief scar but they eventually returned and.

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"Dot org it's morning edition on WNYC I'm Richard hake it is Monday and as we do on most Mondays will take a few minutes to preview some of things that the WNYC newsroom is working and watching this week joining us our planning editor Kate Hines Kate good morning good morning Richard what's going on this week the MTA going to be under the microscope again because the various meltdowns that happened recently yep in part for those of you who are lucky enough to avoid it the signal system on the numbered lines went down during Friday's commute the I. R. T. V. I. R. T. yes actually the BMT in the eye and you were for okay and yesterday the L. train was suspended for about three hours but nope the MTA board meets this week and one of the items they may vote on is whether to adopt a major reorganization plan now this is the plan that just came out last Wednesday right and this is one of the knocks against it that the process behind it was rushed in lacked public input but even though the public is only had a few days to review the plan few people seem happy with it unions are worried about job cuts transit watchers worried about accountability governor Cuomo says the plan doesn't go far enough for move fast enough and many people are worried that it will disempowered the popular transit chief Andy by for time we always can some trans what else is going on the city council's charter revision commission is going to hold its final public meeting this week about what questions it plans to pose on the November ballot this is a big deal and something that largely fly school the radar in part because it's pretty wonky but it has the potential to really change some important things in city government like elections Richard get ready to wrap your head around that range choice voting boy all right as well as how and what the civilian complaint review board investigates so we'll be unpacking that for you on air in advance of this week's meeting a few more seconds what else we working on we have a report on your city census efforts because even though the trump administration may have given up on if it tends to insert a citizenship question officials are still bracing for a big under account back in nineteen ninety nearly two hundred fifty thousand new Yorkers weren't officially counted so reporter room medical Paul will be talking about what the city's doing to mobilize traditionally undercounted communities and we don't know what's happening on Wednesday Robert Muller will testifying Congress yep and we'll bring you those proceedings live on air and streaming on our website right W. N. Y. C.'s K. Hines thanks so much thank you this is morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep good morning the American rapper a sap rocky turned himself into Swedish authorities almost three weeks ago he remains in custody and is being investigated for alleged aggravated assaults following a fight his case has commanded the attention of Kanye west and Justin Bieber and Kim Kardashian and now the president of the United States who were all encouraging his release president trump confirmed over the weekend that he spoken with Sweden's prime minister and that he would personally vouch for the rapper's bail Rolling Stone writer Charles homes been covering the stories in New York good morning good morning how you doing okay what are the facts of the assault so far as they're known so on this all started the altercation on June thirtieth TMZ on July first released a video they didn't look good a man that looked like a sack rocky look like he had thrown a man but the next day a sap rocky went to his Instagram any posted two videos that showed more of the story in one of the captions it read so a few drug addicts are not my fans we don't know these guys and we didn't want trouble they followed us for four blocks and they were slapping girls **** who passed in throughout the video you could see rocky is security guard and his friends trying to defuse the situation and trying to say can you please turn around we don't want any problems things like that and it was not a great video to watch just to see kind of the predicament that rocky was an okay so your reminder that different angles of the same scene can seem to provide different truths but one of the Swedish authorities saying they presumably have access to all the videos and other evidence and they they want the man in custody yeah so far the Swedish police officers everybody investigating it really hadn't said much about the case they're still investigating it actually on Friday prosecutors had asked for an extension for the pre trial detention to investigate further what had actually happened throughout this whole process okay so it's a pre trial detention here which normally you would have an opportunity at payless you're considered a flight risk that's the way would be in the United States I'm sure it's not too different in in in in Sweden what is his circumstance what is what are you trying to do and where where is he being held right now I can't speak to too much of it but right now what we know is that they lost a petition that I checked this morning had over six hundred thousand signings for it his team and multiple celebrities Justin Bieber Kim Kardashian Kanye all of these people are really finding foreign and one of the interesting things that another rapper by the name of Jesus easy said was that he actually had run into problems in Sweden and he went to Twitter to point out that he was treated differently are for those who don't know G. easy is a white rapper so he was saying that basically on Twitter that this is a problem because the way he was treated when he was arrested was a little bit different just to understand the seriousness of this alleged assault was anyone seriously hurt from right now what I know now I don't think anybody is seriously hurt from everything that I've read in the research that I've done okay Mister Holmes thanks for the update I really appreciate it yeah thank you Charles homes is a staff writer for Rolling Stone he's giving us an update on the wrapper a sap rocky who turned himself into Swedish authorities but now as as a supporter in the president of United States it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Stephen King and I'm Rachel Martin I'm with her take on WNYC in New York marketplace morning report that's coming up next in in ten minutes at nine o'clock you can hear the BBC news hour you can check in with London's find out what they're working on good morning W. 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"Morning edition on WNYC I'm Richard hake it is Monday and as we do on most Mondays will take a few minutes to preview some of things as the WNYC newsroom is working and watching this week joining us our planning editor Kate Hines Kate good morning good morning Richard what's going on this week the MTA going to be under the microscope again because the various meltdowns that have happened recently yep in part for those of you who are lucky enough to avoid it the signal system on the numbered lines went down during Friday's commute V. I. R. T. V. I. R. T. exactly the BMT in the I. N. D. were for okay and yesterday the L. train was suspended for about three hours yesterday but no the MTA board meets this week and one of the items they may vote on is whether to adopt a major reorganization plan now this is the plan that just came out last Wednesday right and this is one of the knocks against it that the process could behind it was rushed and lacked public input but even though the public is only had a few days to review the plan few people seem happy with it unions are worried about job cuts transit watchers worried about accountability governor Cuomo says the plan doesn't go far enough for move fast enough and many people are worried that it will disempowered the popular transit chief Andy by for time we always can some trans what else is going on the city council's charter revision commission is going to hold its final public meeting this week about what questions it plans to pose on the November ballot this is a big deal and something that largely fly school the radar in part because it's pretty wonky but it has the potential to really change some important things in city government like elections Richard get ready to wrap your head around that range choice voting boy all right as well as how and what the civilian complaint review board investigates so we'll be unpacking that for you on air in advance of this week's meeting a few more seconds what else is working work on we have a report on your city census efforts because even though the trump administration may have given up on its untapped attempts to insert a citizenship question officials are still bracing for a big under account back in nineteen ninety nearly two hundred fifty thousand new Yorkers weren't officially counted so reporter room medical Paul will be talking about what the city's doing to mobilize traditionally undercounted communities and we don't know what's happening on Wednesday Robert Muller will testifying Congress yep and we'll bring you those proceedings live on air and streaming on our website right W. N. Y. C.'s K. Hines thanks so much thank you it's morning edition from NPR news I'm ready to work and I'm Steve Inskeep good morning the American rapper a sap rocky turned himself into Swedish authorities almost three weeks ago he's being investigated for alleged aggravated assault following a fight his case is commanded the attention of Kanye west and Justin Bieber and Kim Kardashian and now the president of the United States president from confirmed over the weekend he has spoken with Sweden's prime minister about this case and that he would quote personally vouch for the rapper's bail Rolling Stone writer Charles homes been covering the stories in New York good morning good morning how you doing okay what are the facts of the assault so far as they're known so on this all started the altercation on June thirtieth TMZ on July first released a video they didn't look good a man that looked like a sap rocky look like he had thrown a man but the next day a sack rocky went to his Instagram any posted two videos that showed more of the story in one of the captions it read so a few drug addicts are not my fans we don't know these guys and we didn't want trouble they followed us for four blocks and they were slapping girls **** who passed in throughout the video you could see rocky is security guard and his friends trying to defuse the situation and trying to say can you please turn around we don't want any problems things like that and it was not a great video to watch just to see kind of the predicament that rocky was an okay so it is a reminder that different angles of the same scene can seem to provide different truths but one of the Swedish authorities saying they presumably have access to all the videos and other evidence and they they want the man in custody yeah so far this week the Swedish police officers everybody investigating it really hasn't said haven't said much about the case they're still investigating it actually on Friday prosecutors had asked for an extension for the pre trial detention and to investigate further what had actually happened throughout this whole process okay so it's a pre trial detention here which normally you would have an opportunity at payless you're considered a flight risk that's the way would be in the United States I'm sure it's not too different in in in in Sweden what is his circumstance what is what is he trying to do and where where is he being held right now I'm I can't speak to like I've been in contact with his team I can't speak to too much of it but right now what we know is that they lost a petition that when I checked this morning had over six hundred thousand signings for it his team and multiple celebrities Justin Bieber Kim Kardashian Kanye all of these people are really fighting for and and one of the interesting things that another rapper by the name of Jesus easy said was that he actually had run into problems in Sweden and he went to Twitter to point out that he was treated differently are for those who don't know G. easy is a white rapper so he was saying that basically on Twitter that this is a problem because the way he was treated when he was arrested was a little bit different just to understand the seriousness of this alleged assault was anyone seriously hurt I'm from right now what I know now I don't think anybody is seriously hurt from everything that I've read in the research that I've done okay Mister Holmes thanks for the update I really appreciate it thank you Charles homes is a staff writer for Rolling Stone he's giving us an update on the wrapper a sap rocky who turned himself into Swedish authorities but now as as a supporter and the president of the United States it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Rachel Martin I'm Richard hake on WNYC in New York stay tuned coming up on morning edition WNYC has found that the NYPD is lagging behind other departments when it comes to sharing officer's body camera footage the civilian complaint review board uses body cam footage to investigate misconduct but they typically have to request the video and it can be a lengthy process in order for the future be to perform its core function of providing civilian oversight of the NYPD we need access more on this investigation.

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06:13 min | 3 years ago

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"That the legal voting age shall never be lower than the legal age to purchase possess and use tobacco, alcohol and firearms. You know, when when it was lowered to eighteen from twenty one. That was everybody's argument. You know, serving the military buying this buying that. That's why there was this pushed lower today team, basically because in some states, you could buy cigarettes, in some cases, you could you could drink. He certainly the the military serving eighteen was a big issue back then in one thousand nine hundred seventy one, and that's why there wasn't much opposition at all to lowering the voting age to to eighteen. So I get exactly where you're coming from, you know, but also as far as the drinking age goes everybody says that and. Owning firearms. They say, well, the kids grains, don't develop until they're twenty five. So they really can't handle this. They can't handle that. How can they handle choosing? My president. Good point. Another good point eight sixteen. I mean, that's just way out of the question way out of the question and honestly Kelly, I don't I don't think in my lifetime or yours or maybe even my grandkids. We're going to see a sixteen year old vote for anything in the United States of America, sir. Thank you for the phone, call one or two more. And then I'm gonna done pull the plug on this one. And thank you. Thank you. Thank you for your participation. Chris you're next on Cam Jay, high high if you look at a map of the United States and of the blue areas, the conservative areas, and the red areas the map is almost all conservative except the cities then you have like New York, even big parts of California conservative, the reason they wanna get rid of the electoral college is basically LA and the elitist down there in New York would control the whole country and because. States like Wyoming, or whatever would have no say at all because they wouldn't count this ended up people, and then they can push their hard core leftist communist agenda, which they would which would probably get as soon as civil war with the rural areas in the city areas and the rural areas control the food and water. So we know would win there. And then as far as sixteen year olds go, I have a sixteen year old, and he's matured more in the last six months, he joined our law. Volunteer fire department too high school a little town. I live in. He goes trains five days a week during school goes on fire calls goes on medical Paul's. But he has to buy his own fire a personal acquaintance. So now, he's working making firebreaks for private enterprise. And what they call shaded fuel breaks, and he's busting his butt doing that on weekends. So we can buy zone stuff before that. He never knew evalu- of a buck was to me. It was. Yeah. To spend the money that now that he has to do it himself. But most sixteen year olds have no idea, what's the value of the buck. And so they will not vote using common sense. No, I was just gonna say if you're going to use your sixteen year olds an example to give all sixteen year olds the vote, I was to arm wrestle you on that. Because you, sir. And you know, you have an exceptional sixteen year old. You should be proud. I am proud of. But I also know he's just learning the value of the buck, right? I've been forcing it on him since they were kids. They didn't even get to go to a movie must be did some work on the ranch. Yeah. You want to go to movie do that? Because that's how I was trained. There is no or brought up there is no free ride. But yeah, they're just too young. The point that guy brought up with these states. Now, they want you to be twenty one to own a gun, but you can vote at sixteen. Wait a minute. That's kinda make sense to me. Thank you. Thank you me. Neither. And that's a good point. All right. Thank you. I tip my hat. That was a good one. Listen, today's daily buzz question, and it's you know, an extension of this. By by a new ordinance is coming down today at city hall, hopefully daily buzz question Cam Jay now dot com is it helpful or hurtful to give to panhandlers. Steve Brandao may have something to do with that a particular ordinance, which we'll talk about a little bit later. The daily buzz is sponsored by the BAAs allergy asthma inside a centers again is it helpful or hurtful to give to panhandlers. Let us know it came Jay now dot com due to it. All right. When we come back. In light of what we just talked about it. It's going to be an interesting and meaningful segue to get to Elizabeth Warren and. Her jaded view of history. And why the electoral college was created. And then we'll just going to do a simple fact check and blower right out of the water. Okay. We'll do that. Right after news. Here's Liz on KM. Jay. Thank you. Sorry about that said woman killed while running across highway ninety nine is identified. The HP says twenty six old Carol Sanchez was driving erratically around eight thirty last night. She was pulled over south of Franklin road suspected of DUI when she tried to run off. She was struck by a car and died on scene Facebook stored. Millions of users passwords in plain text for years. No word how long Dave Alpert has more the revelation from Facebook comes after a cybersecurity researcher posted about the problem online. Social media giant acknowledges, it didn't properly mask the passwords of as many as six hundred million Facebook and Instagram users, they were stored unencrypted in plain text on internal servers that could be accessed by Facebook employees now hundreds.

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