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"Criticized from his left by two four dr king saying that all the money spent vietnam should have been spat on antipoverty efforts in rishon justice effors again pineal joseph in on his right he was being criticised by conservatives who supported the war effort but rejected the great society and felt as if the great society was justifying law and disorder so the current report was put aside but this week a sequel to the original report was released its conclusion widening inequality has become a threat to american democracy karyn good to be rates and he our knees paul to do two gene gene and this is npr news i'm robin young some of the most wellknown gun rights laws in the country concealed carry stand your ground had their starting florida with the backing of nra lobbyist marion hammer it's not as if the opposition has any voice on what's being created of enacted amid she's just by herself next time here in here are now after form today at eleven followed at noon by the takeaway on kqed all of west virginia six hundred eighty public schools are closed as teachers across the state strike demanding higher wages and better benefits in 2016 west virginia ranked forty eighth in the nation for average teacher's salary according to the national education association more about it on the take away and other topics as well from noon to one today here on kqed public radio cloudy skies a slight chance of rain this morning in the bay area and the sacramento valley highs in the mid50s that rain system r a rives tonight rain tonight through tomorrow from npr news in washington i'm noor rahm former trump campaign manager paul men afford pleaded not guilty to today to additional charges filed last week by the special counsel looking into russian meddling in the 2016 election a trial date was set for september seventeen white house adviser and presidential soninlaw jared kushner is facing reduced access to classified information now these had a security clearance downgrade it more or less than has more just today there is a washington post report based on intelligence intercepts that says officials in china mexico the united arab emirates and israel discussed ways to manipulate kushner to take advantage of his inexperience and foreign policy his complex business dealings including.
"noor rahm" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Put it back up in your it is since says the bigger jump helps his skiers get better fast during competition distance along with style is a key factor for the judges at nordic skiers learn to jump bradulet they start on small jumps and work their way up to the big one the us has it meddled in skijumping since the first winter olympics in nineteen 24 and looking ahead to the competition in south korea smith inc lies there say while winning would be nice that's not their only goal i had a dream to be over to coach somebody that can make it to the olympics and the three guys that are gone i coach them all through their younger days and here they are you know would never had an olympian a now all of a sudden we have three three decades after he almost me the olympic team smith says he plans to be in the stance in pyongyang chung cheering on his skiers who trained at this unconventional facility in fox river grove illinois from pierre news i'm quinn myers this is npr news next them on the world a former olympian figure skater kristi yamaguchi on going for the gold in 1992 and what that victory would come to me to other asian americans that's learning said flicking back in my own family history as just one generation away from my family who lost everything had to prove their loyalty right to this country kristi yamaguchi on the world you can hear the world this afternoon at two pm and it's followed by the pbs newshour i'm duty what her up on the next newshour we launch a new series american creators that uncovers art being created in towns and communities across the country that's friday on the pbs newshour billy to who forecast sunny in the morning than partly cloudy temperatures today in the fifties to the '60s around the lake it does look like though there should be some snow coming in later on this week across your fingers for that it's 542 from npr news in washington i'm noor rahm president trump has signed into law a bill to keep the government in business through march 23rd to end the second government shutdown in three weeks immigration was an issue last time just before the house vote early this morning speaker paul ryan assured lawmakers there will be a vote to protect the young immigrants brought to the us illegally as children by mick commitment to working together on an immigration measure that.
"noor rahm" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from NPR News in Washington on Noor Rahm the Philadelphia Eagles pulled off an upset and Super Bowl fifty two last night defeating the New England Patriots forty one to thirty three It was the first Super Bowl win an Eagles franchise history share a Springer from member station WBUR reports from Minneapolis, Philadelphia quarterback, Nick full outduel Tom Brady falls through for three touchdowns including the go-ahead score with two minutes twenty one seconds remaining. He was named Super Bowl. MVP. It was a surprising turn of events for fools. He was the team's backup quarterback until starter Carson Wentz went down with a torn ACL in December falls talked about the team's historic accomplishment after the game. We've all waited a long time. His position to be world champions, You know, I know there's gonna be a lot of celebrating tonight. Brady also threw for three touchdowns and set an NFL record for passing yardage in a postseason game with five hundred and five yards. But he fumbled the ball attempting a pass in the closing minutes and effectively sealed the Patriots fate For NPR News. I'm sure Springer In Minneapolis, Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee may seek a vote today to release a memo on the FBI investigation into Russia's meddling in the 2016 presidential election. The Republicans released a memo last week that alleges FBI and Justice Department misconduct in seeking surveillance warrants to monitor former Trump campaign aide Carter Page Democrats say that memo was misleading and they want to release a rebuttal as Members of Congress returned to Washington today they face another deadline to pay for the government NPR's Brocton Booker reports If House and Senate leaders failed to reach a deal by Thursday. The federal government will, once again go into a partial shutdown, Lawmakers still haven't finished a full year spending agreement So it's likely They'll be voting on yet. Another short-term funding measure adding urgency to this upcoming deadline is that House. Democrats are scheduled to leave for their annual retreat Wednesday a day before the February eighth funding deadline. The government shuttered for three days last month after negotiations in the Senate broke down over immigration. After that brief shutdown Senate Republicans agreed to allow open debate to craft an immigration bill so long as the government stays open past the latest deadline Brocton Booker NPR News Washington A trial is underway in Brussels for a solid Abdeslam next suspected of taking part in the Islamic State attacks on Paris two years ago, He is charged with the attempted murder of police during his capture in Brussels. After the Paris attacks that killed one hundred thirty people. Four days after his arrest Islamic State militants. Attack Brussels killing thirty two people in Costa Rica, a runoff election will be held to determine the next president. No candidate won forty percent of the vote in yesterday's balloting forcing another round April. First, This is NPR News From Washington. Vice President, Mike Pence leaves for Asia today He is to meet with Japanese presidential in so Ave in Tokyo. His next stop will be Seoul for consultations with South Korean president, Moon Jae in the vice president will then lead the US delegation to the Winter Olympics in PM on Chong South Korea. The White House is withdrawing its nominee for a key enviromental adviser NPR's Jennifer Ludde and reports Kathleen heart net white raise questions with her comments on climate change. Hartnett White had been tapped to head the White House Council on environmental quality. The during her confirmation hearing last fall. She questioned basic climate science, including the role of humans. In fact, the former Texas regulator is known for a history of controversial comments. She said, spewing carbon dioxide into the atmosphere is beneficial. She suggested the climate regulation is a conspiracy pushed by communists, and she's called renewable energy parasitic. All that made it hard to win. Senate approval, Jennifer, Latin NPR News, Washington Federal investigators are trying to determine why a switch was in the wrong position. Causing a train crash early yesterday, near Casey, South Carolina. An Amtrak passenger train was sent down to sidetrack and slammed into a freight train to Amtrak workers were killed more than one hundred passengers were injured, Robert, some wealth. The head of the National Transportation Safety Board says the crash could have been avoided if a GPS base system called positive train control had been in effect, is designed to prevent the kind of human error that can result in placing two trains on the same track. I'm nor Rahm NPR News in Washington.
"noor rahm" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from npr news in washington i'm noor rahm more details are emerging from yesterday's attack in new york eight people were killed at least twelve others were injured when a man drove a truck onto a bike path in lower manhattan officials say it appears the man had been planning the attack for weeks and left a note in the truck referencing isis president trump is calling on congress to end a state department visa program that may have allowed the suspect into the country npr's brian naylor reports trump also singled out the senate democratic leader for criticism trump tweeted that the terrorists came into the us through what is called the diversity visa lottery programme calling it quote a chuck schumer beauty schumer did sponsored legislation in 1990 that was approved with a bipartisan vote and signed by republican george bush but as a senator who sponsored a bill to revoke the provisions as part of a larger immigration overhaul killed by house republicans in 2013 schumer criticized trump on the senate floor for trying to cook antiterrorism funding instead of dividing instead of politicising do something real mr president restore these funds now trump's budget called for cutting some state and local antiterrorism grants by six hundred million dollars brian naylor npr news washington npr's top news executive is stepping down michael rascasse resigned today after the disclosure of complaints that he had sexually harassed women nearly two decades ago and more recently at npr as npr's david fell conflict reports the network became aware of one complaint earlier than previously acknowledged arrest has issued a statement calling his behavior wrong and inexcusable.
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"The nfl suspended the dallas cowboys running back for six games due to allegations of domestic violence npr's tom goldman reports us district judge amos ms am granted the restraining order because he says a hearing this week that upheld ezekiel elliott sixgame ban was fundamentally unfair the arbitrator running that hearing had denied request by the players union to question nfl commissioner roger goodell who imposed the ban and a cross examined the woman who accused elliot of domestic violence last year judgment zandt said he's temporarily blocking the suspension because the testimony and evidence requested and denied could have been critically important to la its case for now this clears the way for elliot to play during the legal process the nfl says it'll review the ruling and discussed next steps tumbled been npr news country singer don williams died friday his publicist said he died after a short illness he was 78 williams had 17 number one hits including i believe in you also friday troy gentry died when his helicopter crashed near medford new jersey it was one half of the country duo montgomery gentry i'm noor rahm npr news in washington support for npr in the following message come from the platinum card from american express is a great big world out there and know whether card let's who experience it like the platinum card backed by the service insecurity of american express.
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"People killed in the fighting reporter john otis has more francis was received by a traditional dance troupe india be censio a southern city that was hit hard during the country's fifty two year war and where the pope celebrated holy mass he also met with about six thousand war victims and former rebels on this woman pulled the pontiff how her son and daughter were killed when paramilitary death squads who were battling the rebels attacked village francis urged colombians still bitter about the conflict to turn the page on that he said when victims overcome their thirst for revenge they become the most credible protagonists in the construction of peace for npr news i'm john otis in bogota this is npr news from washington ecwa facts friday apologize for any inconvenience caused by a hack they compromise personal data for some one hundred forty three million people the credit reporting company yesterday said that criminals had stolen vital data including addresses social security numbers and birth dates epa vaxxers one of three a major credit reporting companies along with trans union and experience montana's glacier national park has stopped issuing back country camping permits in anticipation of a spike in fire activity this weekend nikki will let of montana public radio reports there are now three fires burning in the park with a fourth expected to encroach from canada this weekend's incoming cold front will likely asher in gusty winds and dry thunderstorms which fire officials say could grow existing fires him starting new ones across western montana lauren alley a spokesperson for glacier national park says this will be a critical fire weekend in glacier the park want to reduce the number of people and the back country overnight given that possibility glacier has already closed the western half of its iconic going to the sun road as well as the historic lake mcdonald lodge due to wildfires more than one million acres have burned across montana so far this summer for npr news i'm nicky will latte fox news has let go eric bolling a host for a decade at the news organization the move follows an investigation that he had sexually harassed colleagues including sending them unsolicited tax with pictures of male genitalia i'm noor rahm.