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"randy gore" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"randy gore" Discussed on KCRW

"30 million Americans are behind on the rent. I'm no well, King and I'm Steve Inskeep. Federal and state bans on evictions have been protecting them since the spring. What happens as those provisions expired? Thiss our Why did China arrested publisher in Hong Kong and could voters still change their minds? We convened a group in Arizona. One Joe Biden supporter says the only thing that could sway her vote is progress against the pandemic. It is Monday, August 10th. Antonio Banderas is 60 years old. Today. Theme news is next. Bye from NPR News on Corvin Coleman. More than five million people have been infected with a Corona virus in the U. S. According to Johns Hopkins University. About 163,000 people have died. NPR's Jason Slotkin has more This milestone hits just 17 days after the US past four million cases at the time, many states all record surges of new infections. The majority of states have since reported declines in cases the pandemic is far from over. Us still, by far leads the globe in Corona virus cases coded related deaths in the U. S account for roughly 22% of the global toll. The latest milestone also strikes as lawmakers and state's attempt to chart a path back to normal, including planning for in first instruction for the school year. Jason's lock in NPR news President Trump signed executive actions over the weekend they aimed to stop evictions differ student loan repayments, cut the payroll tax and extend federal unemployment benefits. Democrats say his actions are unconstitutional since Congress has the authority to make decisions amount federal spending from member station Wushu disarray, DIORIO reports New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says Trump's also trying to force states to pay for part of his order. Cuomo says Thie executive order President Trump signed to help with pandemic recovery does not meet the demand for economic relief. One order extends pandemic unemployment benefits at $400 a week and directs cash strapped states cover 25% Cuomo says that could cost New York up to $4 billion. Ah price tag he calls impossible Desert Diorio reporting. Leaders from several nations, including President Trump joined a virtual meeting on Sunday to raise eight for Lebanon. The meeting, led by France raised nearly $300 million. Lebanon has been paralyzed by a horrific explosion last Tuesday in Beirut's port. That killed at least 158 people and wounded about 6000 others. Some 300,000 people lost their homes. Separately. At least seven lawmakers in Lebanon have resigned. They're calling on other Lebanese lawmakers to follow suit. Not a home. See has more from Beirut. Two government ministers resigned on Sunday, citing a lack of will for government reforms, the latest in a string of resignation from the government and parliament. The resignations are a result of public outrage at a massive explosion in Beirut's pour that destroy the huge swaths of the capital last week. Thousands of protesters unleashed fury at their political establishment for the second day on Sunday, the clash with security forces, hurling debris from the blasted them and attempted to storm the parliament. Demonstrators blamed politicians for the widespread negligence and corruption, which contributed to Tuesday's explosion for NPR news. Another home seem in Beirut. You're listening to NPR news. A federal agency says it's holding off on alone worth 3/4 of a $1,000,000,000 to Kodak. Randy Gore Vermin of member Station W x X I reports from Rochester, New York. The U. S International Development Finance Corporation tweeted that recent allegations of wrongdoing raise serious concerns about the big government loan and it won't move forward until those allegations are cleared up, and White House advisor Peter Navarro tweeted that he is very disappointed. The deal has been tarnished by allegations as he put it, But he said America must redouble efforts to bring more pharmaceutical manufacturing back to the U. S. Allegations have to do with a leak of some information just prior to the official announcement of the deal. There are also questions raised about stock options issued to Kodak executives. A spokesperson for Kodak declined to comment. For NPR News. I'm Randy Gorman in Rochester Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar is visiting Taiwan. He's the highest ranking U. S official to do so since 1979. Cesar is holding talks about managing the Corona virus. China Seas Taiwan as a renegade province and is displeased with a czar's visit, China has threatened countermeasures over the trip. A five term authoritarian ruler of Belarus has declared victory in another presidential election. Preliminary results say Alexander Lukashenko received 80% of the vote. Violence has broken out overnight and dealers following the contentious election. Lukashenko jailed two opposition candidates..

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"randy gore" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"randy gore" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The rent. I'm Noelle King and I'm Steve Inskeep. Federal and state bans on evictions have been protecting them since the spring. What happens as those provisions expire this hour? Why did China arrested publisher in Hong Kong and could voters still change their minds? We convened a group in Arizona. One Joe Biden supporter says the only thing that could sway her vote is progress against the pandemic. It is Monday, August 10th. Antonio Banderas is 60 years old. Today. Theme news is next. Fly from NPR news on Corvo Coleman. More than five million people have been infected with Corona virus in the U. S. According to Johns Hopkins University. About 163,000 people have died. NPR's Jason Slotkin has more This milestone hits just 17 days after the US past four million cases at the time, many states cell records surges of new infections. The majority of states have since reported declines in cases the pandemic is far from over. Us still, by far leads the globe in Corona virus cases coded related deaths in the U. S account for roughly 22% of the global toll. The latest milestone also strikes as lawmakers and state's attempt to chart a path back to normal. Including planning for in first instruction for the school year. Jason's lock in NPR news President Trump signed executive actions over the weekend they aimed to stop evictions, differs student loan repayments, cut the payroll tax and extend federal unemployment benefits. Democrats say his actions are unconstitutional since Congress has Theo Thor ITY to make decisions amount federal spending from member station Wushu disarray, DIORIO reports New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says Trump's also trying to force states to pay for part of his order. Cuomo says Thie executive order President Trump signed to help with pandemic recovery does not meet the demand for economic relief. One order extends pandemic unemployment benefits at $400 a week and directs cash strapped states cover 25%. Cuomo says that could cost New York up to $4 billion. Ah price tag he calls impossible Desert Diorio reporting. Leaders from several nations, including President Trump joined a virtual meeting on Sunday to raise eight for Lebanon. The meeting, led by France raised nearly $300 million. Lebanon has been paralyzed by a horrific explosion last Tuesday in Beirut's port. That killed at least 158 people and wounded about 6000 others. Some 300,000 people lost their homes. Separately. At least seven lawmakers in Lebanon have resigned. They're calling on other Lebanese lawmakers to follow suit, not a home. See has more from Beirut. Two government ministers resigned on Sunday, citing a lack of will for government reforms, the latest in a string of resignation from the government and parliament. The resignations are a result of public outrage at a massive explosion in Beirut's pour that destroy the huge swaths of the capital Last week, thousands of protesters unleashed fury at their political establishment for the second day on Sunday. They clash with security forces, hurling debris from the blast them and attempted to storm the parliament. Demonstrators blamed politicians for the widespread negligence and corruption, which contributed to Tuesday's explosion. For NPR news. Another home seem in Beirut. You're listening to NPR news. A federal agency says it's holding off on alone worth 3/4 of a $1,000,000,000 to Kodak. Randy Gore Vermin of member Station W x X I reports from Rochester, New York. The U. S International Development Finance Corporation tweeted that recent allegations of wrongdoing raise serious concerns about the big government loan and it won't move forward until those allegations are cleared up, and White House advisor Peter Navarro tweeted that he is very disappointed. The deal has been tarnished by allegations as he put it. He said America must redouble efforts to bring more pharmaceutical manufacturing back to the U. S. The allegations have to do with a leak of some information just prior to the official announcement of the deal. We're also questions raised about stock options issued to Kodak executives. A spokesperson for Kodak declined to comment for NPR news. I'm Randy Gorman in Rochester Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar is visiting Taiwan. He's the highest ranking U. S official to do so since 1979. These are is holding talks about managing the Corona virus. China seas Taiwan as a renegade province and is displeased with a czar's visit, China has threatened countermeasures over the trip. A five term authoritarian ruler of Belarus has declared victory in another presidential election. Preliminary results say Alexander Lukashenko received 80% of the vote. Violence has broken out overnight and dealers following the contentious election. Lukashenko jailed two opposition candidates. Belarusian police used tear gas to clear streets in the capital Minsk. In Corfu Coleman NPR news Support for NPR comes from Dana Farber Cancer Institute developing ways to use the p D. L one pathway and immunotherapy. It's a treat cancer committed to making contributions in cancer treatment for 72 years. Dana Farber Data work slash everywhere. Six minutes after three o'clock. Good morning them Jean Marie look at what's coming up on morning edition. A majority of people who get Covad, 19 eventually recover, but many others struggle with serious long term effects. We'll hear more about two women who got sick in the spring and are still fighting the virus today. That's coming up in just a minute here on public radio later this morning. We have a special cake. Science report. I'm Daniel vented. Join me.

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