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"patrick madden" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:07 min | 5 months ago

"patrick madden" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Net. Far less likely to have assistance for themselves and their children, and they are far less likely to have healthcare available to them, I'm Michael hill. It's morning edition from NPR and WNYC. Surveillance footage from the valley elementary school shows police delaying more than an hour to enter a classroom. Dancers at a strip club in Hollywood push to get their workplace unionized. And what those sparkling images from the web telescope tell us about the early universe. It's Wednesday, July 13th, the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington on core of a Coleman later this hour, the Labor Department will release the latest monthly cost of living report, NPR Scott horsley tells us soaring gasoline prices likely pushed inflation to another four decade high last month. Forecasters expect the inflation report from the Labor Department will show consumer prices in June were up around 8.8% from a year ago. That would eclipse the previous months figure, which was already the highest since 1981. Record high gasoline prices account for much of the increase, the average price of gas top $5 a gallon in the middle of June before dropping in recent weeks. So called core inflation, which strips out volatile food and energy prices was likely somewhat lower in June than the month before. The prices are still climbing much faster than inflation watchdogs of the Federal Reserve would like. The fed has started raising interest rates in an effort to tamp down demand and bring prices under control. It's got horse the MPR news Washington. President Biden is en route to Israel. He is scheduled to arrive later this hour. He'll meet Israeli leaders and former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Later on his trip, Biden will go to the West Bank and to Saudi Arabia. NPR has learned the next hearing of the House committee investigating the attack on the U.S. capitol will be a week from tomorrow, and held in the evening. Lawmakers are expected to discuss then president Trump's actions during the insurrection. In yesterday's public hearing, the committee played video clips from the questioning of Trump's White House counsel pat cipollone. NPR's Ryan Lucas reports, cipollone had rejected arguments that the 2020 election was stolen. Cipollone said he agreed that the election was not stolen. That was a message that he and other top advisers like attorney general Bill Barr were also delivering to Trump. But Trump didn't want to hear it. Instead, he was listening to a group of informal outside advisers, Sidney Powell, former lieutenant general Michael Flynn, and Rudy Giuliani, and the committee zeroed in on a December 18th meeting at The White House that devolved into a screaming match, really. NPR's Ryan Lucas reporting. For the second time in a month on Louisiana judge has temporarily blocked that state's near total ban on abortions from being enforced. From member station WW NO in New Orleans, Patrick Madden has wore. Louisiana, like a number of other conservative states, had passed so called trigger laws that would enforce abortion restrictions if roe versus wade was overturned by the Supreme Court. When that happened in late June and the ban went into effect in Louisiana, abortion rights groups and abortion clinic sued. Since then, there has been a legal back and forth in Louisiana, with the latest temporary block of the abortion bans in effect until a scheduled hearing on Monday. The state's three abortion clinics, which have closed and reopened during this legal fight, say they're planning on reopening once again this week. For NPR news, I'm Patrick Madden. This is NPR. On member station WNYC at 8 O four, good morning and Michael hill 77 with sunshine. Today's sunny and a high of 90. Delays right now on the BDG J and R trains in the city and the crash on the inbound GWB lower level. In the news, NYPD officials say they believe the same person is responsible for three separate stabbings of unhoused men in Manhattan over the past week, and they're asking for your help to identify the suspect. All three stabbings happened overnight, one killed a man, NYPD chief of department Kenneth Corey says police are ensuring that New Yorkers without homes are aware of the suspect, captured on surveillance video wearing a hoodie and neon sneakers. Our officers are out there engaging homeless individuals, particularly in the late night hours, people who may be sleeping on the streets or sleeping on park benches, making sure that they're okay. Police want to hear from anyone with relevant information on the stabbings or their suspects, so the number to call is one 805 7 7 tips. Bodega associations have met with Manhattan district attorney Alvin Bragg and say they hope the DA will drop the charges against Jose Alba, a Harlem bodega worker accused of murder, united bodegas of America spokesperson Fernando Mateo says yesterday's meeting with Bragg was promising. We're

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"patrick madden" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

06:08 min | 10 months ago

"patrick madden" Discussed on Latino USA

"April 3rd, about two weeks after it began, the city's official search concluded. They hadn't found religion. No one knew if she was dead or alive. But people close to Alicia are still looking. There are even some Facebook groups still dedicated to finding her. I feel like the first year I didn't have a job. I would drink a lot of alcohol, I would smoke a lot of cigarettes. Never sleep less. I would eat less. For a whole year. So it was hard for the first year. It was hard. Even my kids being in false care. It was really hard. Eating, sleeping. Just trying to get up in the morning, opening my eyes. I just wanted to lay there all day. Then when I was up, I went by myself at the liquor store band digger. Bad cigarettes. You know, smoking marijuana, you know, trying to hide the pain. I'm just now coming to grips that I couldn't control a lot of things that I could. But I'm still I haven't really processed the fact that it's missing. When the search ended, the city started investigating itself. What exactly went wrong here? Who was at fault for religious disappearance? Was it her parents? Her school, the shelter system, where did the breakdown happen? It took the city 6 months to write the report. It's 12 pages long. Here's a little bit from the preface. The safety and well-being of any child is ultimately the responsibility of his or her parents or legal guardians and family. It goes on to say, even if all the policy and practice recommendations in this report had been in place and fully implemented, the review team did not find evidence that these tragic events were preventable. I wanted to understand how the city arrived at this conclusion. So I talked to Patrick Madden. Yeah, I don't, and now he's regional news director at WW NO and New Orleans. But back in 2014, he was a reporter here at WA and mu. And he covered religious disappearance. I mean, how can you have a young girl abducted at a shelter that's run by the city and apparently she's taken by an employee of the city who works at this shelter is missing for weeks before people at the school get in contact with family services. How does that happen before anyone notices? And if you do read it and you read between the lines, it basically says, almost like the families at fault here. The family dropped the ball. The family wasn't doing this or that. It has nothing to do with the conditions that were let to fester at D.C. general. Why the city was putting these families into this place where they would be vulnerable, why wasn't why was this Tatum guy allowed to work there given his prior felony convictions to work with the families there? I mean, it didn't address any of that. So does that seem like kind of what's I think it's a CYA, a cover your ass. I think everyone realize they effed up. From the school, when they had their student not there for a number of weeks to the CFS, the child family services agency to the mayor. I mean, everyone, everyone and no one wanted to take responsibility for this. Right. So I think that's what this is. Before we keep going, these are serious claims against the city. Vincent gray was the mayor at the time, and he ordered the report. He's now a member of D.C. council. We've reached out to his office multiple times for a response, and they said they'll get back to us. The offer still stands. Admittedly, religious disappearance was complex. The city was in a delicate position, ensuring the safety of people within its care without over policing their lives. We'll continue to unpack the nuances of what this means throughout this season. And we'll keep giving officials opportunities to speak with us. Is it okay to keep shoes on? Sure. Why not? Somebody, you keep your shoes on, then look at my carpet and your socks. I know some it's been almost 7 years since militia went missing. In the last year, I've been visiting with family members to get their side of the story. And just to check in, religious grandmother Melissa is a gatekeeper for the young family. Their matriarch. I've had to go through her to get to other members of the family. In her apartment, there are always kids playing food cooking, a TV on when I visited. She took me to her bedroom. Right now, which you all are looking at is my dresser. That I decorated with my granddaughter militias Rudd, picture that I don't have now for 5 years from the first event when she went missing. All her little teddy bears, like this one right here, the elephant is saying that I love you. That's her first teddy bear when she was like two. Her father gave it to her on Valentine's. I've gone to her home several times and each time she's added something new to the tribute. Some of the items are religious things. Her first baby hat, a photo or a toy. Other times, they represent milestones militia has missed. A photo from a cousin's graduation, or an uncle's funeral program. This is my dedication in my tribute to help deal with the situation. Melissa still buys for Alicia Christmas and birthday gifts every year. Just in case she comes home. They don't want.

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"patrick madden" Discussed on The Light Inside

The Light Inside

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"patrick madden" Discussed on The Light Inside

"Because there's an underlying but we don't allow it to get out. We don't have time free to get out on visas. How much starts his journey beyond the pale. He's announced looking in. Seems to have it all but it's pretty clear is something going on beneath is but it just doesn't give it any time. He's just constantly pushing it now. Just stifling voice. They won't give it one. I think we do often times in our lives that would speech people. They were telling me stories about big failures big mistakes and that's exactly what they were doing. There was a voice. There was something inside Trying to get their attention. I don't wanna listen for business. Have been those reasons may basil. Just push it down. Push it down without voice would find way of getting attention through self sabotage When constantly switched on. Because how can you possibly take the time and give yourself time to understand what's going on inside you if you grind mcgee's That unity if you can from the moment you wake up until midnight if you refused to take vacations if your time off if you refuse to sit down knowledge of faults in your feelings as those weeks months those years tumble on by. It's going to lead to some pretty for an uninspired. If nate finds his way of coming out and self sabotage with some been which was a comment patrick madden get appetite. Yes when i was doing all the research success mistake. I didn't get it even when i was right in Mistake i didn't get it but in Between the success mistaken beyond the pale and virginia have taken since while right in Pale now i get it. So often were caught in that act of expectation and judge. We're looking at everything. We're doing process realis- two filters whether it is our own expectation in judgment of our or weather. Is that outside voice that says this is simply being entrepreneurial. This is simply reaching for.

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Hurricane Delta: Louisiana declares state of emergency as it braces for storm

Morning Edition

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Hurricane Delta: Louisiana declares state of emergency as it braces for storm

"Bell Edwards has declared a state of emergency in preparation for Hurricane Delta. It stopped sustained winds or 100 MPH. From member station W. W. N O Patrick Madden has more For the sixth time this hurricane season. Louisiana is in the path of a major hurricane Hurricane Delta is expected to make landfall Friday, with forecasters predicting the storm could strike southwest Louisiana, the same area that was pummeled by Hurricane Laura in August. Life threatening storm surge and hurricane force winds are likely according to the National Hurricane Center and Flooding could be a key concern as well. Delta would be the 10th named Storm to hit the U. S in a single hurricane season. The first time that's ever happened. For NPR

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