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"mississippi museum lewis" Discussed on NPR News Now

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01:59 min | 4 years ago

"mississippi museum lewis" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm core of a coleman the labor department has released its latest report on monthly unemployment gusts bush as an economist at pnc financial services and says november's unemployment rate remained low at the good solid number of the unemployment rate held steady at four point one percent which is the lowest it's been uh late two thousand so if it's a good job market out there the agency also says two hundred twenty thousand new jobs were created last month southern california residents are in the fifth day of raging wildfires the blazes have created havoc in much of the region from member station k p c c mary plumber says at least six separate fires are burning i wind warnings are in fact in conditions continue to be extremely dry that combination has supercharge fires in recent days and forced many thousand to evacuate it also led to a new fast moving fire outside of san diego that burned a race track training facility set all hundred horses were let loose so they could try to escape but some died in the fire in ventura county where the largest fire is underway some residents have been under evacuation and stranded for days the flames have eaten up about one hundred eighty square miles that includes more than four hundred homes and buildings the cause of that fire is still under investigation for npr news i'm mary plumber a plan to have president trump attend the opening of a new civil rights museum in mississippi this weekend is drawing controversy and beers debbie elliott says some of the scheduled speakers say they're offended by the invitation and won't be there democratic congressman john lewis of georgia a civil rights icon says he won't participate in saturday's dedication of the mississippi museum lewis and mississippi democratic congressman benny thompson say it's an insult for trump to be there given his racially divisive comments republican governor phil bryant is rejecting calls to rescind the president's invitation.

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"mississippi museum lewis" Discussed on NPR News Now

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01:41 min | 4 years ago

"mississippi museum lewis" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Palestinians are protesting today in the west bank and gaza against president trump's decision to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel the status of the city is disputed by palestinians israelis him celebrated trump's decision there have been additional protests against the decision in pakistan and iran and more protests have been reported in majority muslim asian countries such as indonesia and malaysia a plan to have president trump attend the opening of a new civil rights museum in mississippi this weekend is drawing controversy npr's debbie elliott says some of the scheduled speakers say they're offended by the invitation and won't be there democratic congressman john lewis of georgia a civil rights icon says he won't participate in saturday's dedication of the mississippi museum lewis and mississippi democratic congressman benny thompson say it's an insult for trump to be there given his racially divisive comments republican governor phil bryant is rejecting calls to rescind the president's invitation siam should be able land and we're very fight will that he is going to come up with this restored to pay his the white house issued a statement saying it's unfortunate that lewis and thompson won't joined the president in honoring the incredible sacrifice of civil rights leaders debbie elliott npr news officials in new mexico say two students and a gunman are dead after a school shooting in the town of ads check on thursday that's in the northern part of the state not far from the border with colorado police say they still don't know the gunman's motive i'm korver coleman npr news in washington.

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"mississippi museum lewis" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"mississippi museum lewis" Discussed on NPR News Now

"My from npr news in washington i'm shea stevens one of several massive wildfires in southern california has now burned at least four hundred thirty nine homes and other buildings inventory county kpcc's michelle faust has the latest on efforts to contain the blazes hurricaneforce guests have hindered firefighters abilities to make significant progress on several fires in los angeles and ventura counties la mayor eric garcetti warned santa ana winds and heat are expected to pose challenges into the weekend the dry innis the amount of vegetation some there is still that have not burned makes is still a very threatening environment so even as you see and roads being made we are going to have an abundance of caution thousands of homes have been evacuated in authorities warned people not to return national guard troops and fire personnel from surrounding states have been deployed to the region ellie firefighters are using drones to find hot spots in the city for npr news i'm michelle faust in pasadena minnesota us senator al franken is resigning under pressure from fellow democrats amid mounting sexual harassment allegations against him the minnesota democrat says he's used his power to be a champion for women and has done nothing to disgraced the senate meanwhile arizona congressman trent francs says he's giving up his house seat over remarks he made to to female aids francs expresses regret for telling them about his marital infidelity issues and his search for surrogate mothers atlanta had president trump attend the opening of a new civil rights museum in mississippi this weekend is drawing controversy npr's debbie elliott says some of the scheduled speakers say they're offended by the invitation and won't be there democratic congressman john lewis of georgia a civil rights icon says he won't participate in saturday's dedication of the mississippi museum lewis and mississippi democratic congressman benny thompson say it's an insult for trump to be there given his racially divisive comments republican governor phil bryant is rejecting call.

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