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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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"It's 5 23 now Herschel woody Williams, the last remaining Medal of Honor recipient from World War II, will lie in state at the U.S. capitol. West Virginia senator Joe Manchin announced the honor at a memorial yesterday where Williams was remembered for his courage, humility and selflessness. Williams, who died last Wednesday at the age of 98, was a legend in his native West Virginia for his heroics under fire over several crucial hours at the Battle of Iwo Jima. As a young marine Corporal, Williams went ahead of his unit in February 1945 and eliminated a series of Japanese machine gun positions. To your health, sponsored by D.C. health, get vaccinated D.C., go to vaccinate dot D.C. dot gov. China placed nearly 2 million people under lockdown in central anhui province where authorities reported nearly 300 new COVID cases today. It's the latest in a string of outbreaks testing Beijing's no tolerance approach to COVID. The outbreak and ennui were officials first found hundreds of cases last week comes as the Chinese economy begins to rebound from a months long lockdown in Shanghai and disruptive COVID restrictions in Beijing. A young designer is making a fashion statement with her new HBCU clothing line. Ashley Jones is the owner of tones of melanin, she started the brand in 2017 and decided to focus on HBCU streetwear clothing. I went to school at northern state university and, you know, when I went in my bookstore, I didn't see anything that really represented my population. Her line is now in duke's sporting goods at HBCU bookstores. All happened like really fast. We have reversible shorts. We have, of course, at your sweatshirt t-shirts. We're getting into vegan leather bags. Ashley says supporting HBCUs is her main message while creating a sense of pride. The education is top not and you're prepared for the world. Melissa, how will WTO news? A first dual language program for the schools in the Roman Catholic diocese of Arlington. Inside nova reports, saint Ambrose Catholic school in annandale is launching a program for kindergarteners this coming school year to provide reading and instruction in English and Spanish. The school says that by the time those children complete 8th grade, every student in the parish's K through 8th grade school will receive instruction in both languages. The superintendent of schools for the diocese says the hope is that the children develop the skills to help them communicate more effectively. Money news of 25 and 55, minions the rise of gru won the box office battle this weekend bringing in more than $108 million in ticket sales. By the end of today, it will likely have earned close to a $128 million. At film is on track to become one of
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"Went along as the students learned what it takes to be a firefighter. Teaching girls how to get inside a locked door to rescue someone among the drills at this academy, high school student haraka wants to help her community and thought learning about firefighting was a good start. She says the equipment and gear are heavy. Incredible how these people are carrying it all the time. And while also, it takes incredible mental strength. I could barely carry myself. It was a constant struggle. The hurricane choose a career as a firefighter. I'm a leaning towards volunteering as a firefighter more than a career, because I'd love to, I love to help out, and I want to try helping people in numerous different ways in fairfax county and Kramer, WTF news. To see videos and photos of the girls going through the training, go to WTO P dot com. With loudoun county continuing to grow and diversify, the government wants to make sure non English speaking people are being understood. Here's the rule about public input during a loud and county board of supervisors meeting. Every public speaker gets to have two and a half minutes to talk to us and give their message. Until now board of supervisors cheerful as Randall has given non English speakers two and a half minutes and the same for their translator. Some have said that doesn't seem fair. She's got a solution for the board members. Everyone we have two and a half minutes, we will put headphones on. We will have interpretation and real time. What's still being worked out is how the audience can hear the translation. How will they receive the message? She expects it will be worked out by the fall in loudoun county neolog and staying double you TLP news. The Roman Catholic diocese of Arlington will be offering its first dual language school program. Inside nova reports, the two language education initiative will start at saint Ambrose Catholic school in annandale, which will launch the program for kindergartners this coming school year. In the coming years, by the time those children complete 8th grade, every student in the annandale parish, K through 8th grade, will receive instruction in both
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". Join our team in the fight against cancer at V dot org. This is WTO news. 1122, a 26 year old man is in custody tonight following a deadly shooting of a woman in woodbridge on Friday. Prince William county police say the shooting happened around four 30 in the morning and a wooded area near Jefferson Davis highway in woodbridge, following their investigation, the victim was identified as 46 year old Claudia mauritel. Police say Isaiah mcgriff was seen arguing with before he followed her into the wooded area with a gun and then shot her. Mcgriff was later taken into custody on Saturday after a witness called police. He's being held without bond and is charged with second degree murder. With loudoun county continuing to grow and diversify the government wants to make sure non English speakers are being understood. Here's the rule about public input during a loud and county board of supervisors meeting. Every public speaker gets to have two and a half minutes to talk to us and give their message. Until now board of supervisors triple as Randall has given non English speakers two and a half minutes and the same for their translator. Some have said that doesn't seem fair. She's got a solution for the board members. Everyone we have two and a half minutes, we will put headphones on. We will have interpretation in real time. What's still being worked out is how the audience can hear the translation. How will they receive the message? She expects it will be worked out by the fall in loudoun county neolog and staying double you TLP news. The Roman Catholic diocese of Arlington will be offering its first dual language school program inside nova reports, the two language education initiative will start at saint Ambrose Catholic school in annandale, which will launch the program for kindergartners this coming school year. In the coming years, by the time those kids complete 8th grade, every student in the annandale parishes K through 8th grade school will receive instruction in both Spanish and in English. It's 1124 and you have to watch it virtually or have had to watch it virtually that is over the last two years because of COVID. But crowds will finally be back for a capital fourth tomorrow. There will be several streets closed between independence and constitution avenue for the event, and parking will be limited to returning in person to the west lawn of the U.S. capitol. Gates open at 3 p.m. on July 4th, the show then starts at 8 that evening, that lawn will also be a great spot to catch fireworks from the national mall that began a few minutes after 9 p.m.. For those stuck at home, check out the live stream of the concert and fireworks online, around 20 cameras on the district's rooftops. We'll catch all the explosive action. Luke Luger WTO pinus. Money news at 25 and 55. How do we rate the risk of a recession? I'm Mark Hamrick with a bank rate dot com personal finance management. As we began the year, the risks of recession were with us, but now those risks are seen substantially higher than before. Economists taking part in bank rates latest quarterly economic indicator survey, collectively put the odds of recession in the next 12 to 18 months at 50 50. That's up from just three months ago when they put those odds at one in three. Recessions are a bit like an illness for the economy when we had a deep down turd associated with the great financial crisis and housing market collapse. That nearly took the U.S. financial system down with it. The official unemployment rate topped out at 10%. So if there's a recession on the horizon, we don't know exactly what it will look like this time Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell, leading the charge to higher interest rates to battle inflation, has said that a recession can be avoided here. But the risks have risen individuals need to think about how they might adjust their personal finances and whether they're prepared. For more, check out by great dot com. I'm Mark hambrick. Coming up after traffic and weather is still some tough going for those flying this holiday weekend and it might get tougher for the trip back home. 1126. There's nothing like hearing the songs you love on local radio, with no subscriptions and no monthly fees, but there's a new bill in Congress that could stop the music. If passed
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"Eat your car today This is WTO news. 8 23 new tonighted development in the murder a few weeks ago of a teenager, D.C. police charged another teen in the death of 16 year old tenaya Jones. Police say the 17 year old boy who they did not identify as from oxen hill and charged with second degree murder, the victim was found on June 19th inside a home in southeast D.C.. As loudoun county grows and diversifies more and more people who don't speak English are making their voices heard at county government meetings. And that's got loud and county considering some changes. When someone gives public input that allowed and county board of supervisors meeting, the rules say everyone gets two and a half minutes to give their message until now people who don't speak English have gotten 5 minutes. Two and a half minutes for them to speak and then two and a half minutes for their interpreter. Part of supervisor's chair fell as Randall says the compromise will probably be board members will put on headphones and get a simultaneous translation, while still being considered as how the audience can understand what's being said. Things can get lost in translation. And when you use just technology, think of how many times you put something in your text message in an auto corrects to something else. She expects the situation to be worked out by the fall in loudoun county near law and stain. WTO Pinot's. 8 24, the Roman Catholic diocese of Arlington is inaugurating its first dual language school program inside nova report saint Ambrose Catholic school in annandale's launching a program for kindergartners this coming school year to provide reading an instruction in English and Spanish, the school says they had by the time those kids complete 8th grade every student in the parish's K through 8th grade school receive instruction in both languages is superintendent of schools for the diocese says the hope is that children develop skills to help them communicate more effectively in an increasingly globalized world. An annual tradition for many on the 4th of July is back in person tomorrow. The past two holidays, a capital fourth, was online
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"And were overpaid through no fault of their own. Customers who've been overpaid should look out for an overpayment billing statement. Deborah Feinstein WTO news. As loudoun county grows in diversifies more and more people who don't speak English are making their voices heard at county government meetings, and that's got the county considering some changes. When someone gives public input that allowed and county board of supervisors meeting, the rules say everyone gets two and a half minutes to give their message until now people who don't speak English have gotten 5 minutes. Two and a half minutes for them to speak and then two and a half minutes for their interpreter. Part of supervisor's chair fell as Randall says the compromise will probably be board members will put on headphones and get a simultaneous translation would still be considered as how the audience can understand what's being said. Things can get lost in translation. And when you use just technology, think of how many times you put something in your text message in an auto corrects to something else. She expects the situation to be worked out by the fall in loudoun county neolog and stain. WTO Pinot. The Roman Catholic diocese of Arlington is inaugurating its first dual language school program there inside nova report saint Ambrose Catholic school in annandale's launching a program for kindergartners this coming school year to provide reading and instruction in English and Spanish. The school says that by the time those kids complete 8th grade, every student in the parish's K through grade K through 8 grade school will receive instruction in both languages, the program will expand each year to the next grade up until every great offers English and Spanish instruction. The superintendent of schools for the diocese says the hope is that the children develop skills to help them communicate more effectively in an increasingly globalized world. Money news at 25 and 55 years Mark Hamrick. How do we rate the risk of a recession? Mark Cambridge with a bank rate dot com personal finance management. As we began the year, the risks of recession were with us, but now those risks are seen substantially higher than before. Economists taking part in bankrate's latest quarterly economic indicator survey
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"A better quality of life. Register at sun design ink dot com. That sun design ink dot com. This is WTO news. Four 23 now, Virginia state police are asking for your help in a deadly pedestrian crash that happened. On I 66 in Warren county. It happened about 3 o'clock this morning about a mile east of exit 13 near route 79. A man was hit in the eastbound traveling, the driver who hit him immediately pulled over. Police were told there was another vehicle already on the shoulder of the road with two men standing outside of it when the other driver approached them, they got into their car and took off. The man who was hit died at the scene, police say it's possible he had been in the sedan before being struck. If you know anything about what happened, state troopers are asking to hear from you. As loudon county grows and diversifies more and more non English speakers arch speaking up at county government meetings. And that's got the county considering some changes. When someone gives public input that allowed and county board of supervisors meeting, the rules say everyone gets two and a half minutes to give their message until now people who don't speak English have gotten 5 minutes. Two and a half minutes for them to speak and then two and a half minutes for their interpreter. Board of supervisors, chair fellas, Randall says the compromise will probably be board members will put on headphones and get a simultaneous translation would still be considered as how the audience can understand what's being said. Things can get lost in translation. And when you use just technology, think of how many times you put something in your text message in an auto corrects to something else. She expects the situation to be worked out by the fall in loudoun county near law and sting, double TL pinos. The Roman Catholic diocese of Arlington is inaugurating its first dual language school program inside nova says saint Ambrose Catholic school in annandale is launching a program for kindergartners this coming school year, and it'll
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"At diamonds direct details and more at diamonds direct dot com, unapproved credit. This is WTO news. Two 53 now, Virginia paid out too much money in unemployment benefits to some people during the pandemic. And now the state wants that money back. Officials say hundreds of thousands of residents got a total of $860 million in overpayments. Friday, just after an over payment waiver provision, the legislature approved last year expired state officials said they would begin sending out what they call overpayment billing statements. During the waiver period, officials approved more than 23,000 over payment waivers for giving more than $80 million in payments for people who didn't commit fraud and were overpaid by no fault of their own. Christopher Cruise CBS News. As loudon county continues to grow and diversify more and more non English speakers are talking at county government meetings, and that's got the county considering some changes. When someone gives public input that allowed and county board of supervisors meeting, the rules say everyone gets two and a half minutes to give their message until now people who don't speak English have gotten 5 minutes. Two and a half minutes for them to speak and then two and a half minutes for their interpreter. Board of supervisors, chair fellas, Randall says the compromise will probably be board members will put on headphones and get a simultaneous translation would still be considered as how the audience can understand what's being said. Things can get lost in translation. And when you use just technology, think of how many times you put something in your text message in an auto corrects to something else. She expects the situation to be worked out by the fall in loudoun county near law and stained WTO Pinot's. The Roman Catholic diocese of Arlington is inaugurating its first dual language school program
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"Not used to, some prices are going down at places like target and Walmart. The inflation crisis is not over, but after more than two years of supply chain problems, American warehouses and store shelves are filling up with stuff, maybe too much stuff, axios market correspondent Matt Phillips. Furniture, electronics, patio furniture, stuff to do outside and all sorts of things like that. All the things we were demanding during lockdown have finally arrived just as most of us are sick of staying home. Anyway, maybe that big screen TV you've had your eye on will finally have a decent price Dmitri sodas, WTO news. More than a dozen people will be celebrating the 4th of July as new American citizens. The city of Vienna held its first naturalization ceremony. One newly recognized citizen east Mary Mercado tells our news partners at NBC four. What taking the oath meant to her? For now, I can hope that this is my country too. And this is a very my heart is funding. Mercado and many others say they're looking forward to using their newfound citizenship to vote in upcoming elections. The Roman Catholic diocese of Arlington will be offering its first dual language school program inside nova reports the two language education initiative will start at saint Ambrose Catholic school in annandale, which will launch the program for kindergartners this coming school year. In the coming years, by the time those children complete 8th grade, every student in the annandale parishes K through 8 grade school will receive instruction in both English and in Spanish. Marijuana restrictions on service members might be easing. The House version of the 2023 defense authorization bill holds two provisions that reframe marijuana use and possession. One provision asks the military justice review panel to draft recommendations for new sentencing guidelines around marijuana. A second measure asked The Pentagon to study using medical marijuana instead of opioids for service members on terminal leave or who are about to retire. It's one
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"World Coming up I'm Ryan Harris with the new mask campaign you can expect from one of the area's largest transit operators J 30 $800 million in U.S. Military aid is already flowing into Ukraine sending off Putin's invaders and an administration official and Capitol Hill sources tell ABC News The White House is briefed them on plans for another weapons delivery The Ukrainians will be getting 155 millimeter artillery pieces from the U.S. and training ABC News national security and defense analyst Mick mulroy The next step we're going to see is more and more training on more sophisticated weapon systems that the Ukrainians need in this new phase of the warfare but that training is going to take place in countries outside of Ukraine In this country going on 800 homes and a thousand animals evacuated from rural northern Arizona a fast moving wildfire outside of Flagstaff balloon to over 9 square miles coconino county declared an emergency The Roman Catholic diocese of Camden New Jersey getting out its checkbook agreeing to pay more than $87 million to settle clergy sex abuse claims of some 300 purported victims Richard Kant who ABC News Stay connected stay informed with the northwest's only all news station northwest news radio art Sanders and here's what's happening the man accused of killing an Everett police officer last month's admitting to the crime Richard rotter had his first court appearance Tuesday and through his lawyer announced that he intends to plead guilty Legal experts say a guilty plea to first appearance is unconventional but has happened before investigator sera's shot and killed officer Dan Rocha on March 25th before running over his body in an attempt to flee is charged with first degree murder unlawful possession of a firearm and possession with intent to distribute Rotter will likely spend the rest of his life in prison Its masks off on buses and trains now that a judge has ended the federal transportation mask mandate to local transit agency leaders talked with Ryan Harris Both King County metro GM Terry white and sound transit chief Peter rogoff tell me they will continue to offer masks on all their buses and trains White says they'll encourage people to keep wearing them on metro buses rogoff says they'll have a new campaign asking people to respect others personal choices because he says they may have an unvaccinated child or immunocompromised relative and don't want to bring COVID home.
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Catholic bishops urge Missouri leaders to end executions
"Catholic bishops urge Missouri leaders to index occasions leaders of the four Roman Catholic diocese in Missouri are urging state leaders to in the use of the death penalty after a convicted killer of three was executed despite a request for clemency from the pope Ernest Johnson's execution was the first Missouri execution in sixteen months and the seventh and the U. S. this year Johnson's lawyer said in a clemency petition and in court filings that repeated I. Q. testing showed Johnson was intellectually disabled Catholic leaders made a similar request to in Missouri executions in twenty thirteen I Walter Ratliff
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"Oliver Wendell Holmes appointed by Republican nonetheless, a so called progressive He writes in the decision. Buck vs Bell. The principle that sustains compulsory vaccination is broad enough to cover cutting the fallopian tubes. Three generations of in Brussels are enough. And back opened the floodgates by 1938 total of 24 states were involved in involuntary sterilization. This is why some people fear the power grid mark that would never happen again, Folks. That was in the 19 twenties and thirties. At the beginning of the Covid 19 pandemic estates, issued lockdown orders that close businesses and prohibit a large gathering several judges justified. Those restrictions based on Jacobson vs Massachusetts Since it was the most recent decision explicitly addressing state powers during disease epidemic, even for was 115 years old. But in a reversal, the U. S Supreme Court ruled in 2020 against broadly applying the logic of Jacobson to all covid 19 lockdown restrictions, and Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn. Versus Andrew Coma, the court decided the state of New York violated the constitutional rights of citizens wanted to safely gathering churches and synagogues during the pandemic. The reasoning was the lockdown laws barred religious gatherings altogether while still allowing secular business to operate at limited capacity. His vaccines against Covid 19 became readily available across the U. S. Employers, including government agencies, hospitals and so forth started to mandate the shots and employees. That followed a joint statement from a major medical group encouraging the policy. Now this is where we are, You see, because One of the arguments that is assumed can be made. Will be that Joe Biden has the Southern border open. Illegal aliens coming into the country do not have to be tested do not have to be vaccinated, even people coming in from Afghanistan. Do not have to be vaccinated so people are coming into the country, potentially spreading the virus. While Joe Biden Is putting the arm On private businesses and so forth, and the question is going to be if he actually has the statutory authority. He's using an OSHA regulation. He doesn't have a straight up statute. He's using an OSHA.
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"Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, appointed by Republican nonetheless, a so called progressive He writes in the decision. Buck vs Bell. The principle that sustains compulsory vaccination is broad enough to cover cutting the fallopian tubes. Three generations of imbeciles are enough. And back opened the floodgates by 1930. A total of 24 states were involved in involuntary sterilization. This is why some people fear the power grid mark that would never happen again, Folks. It was in the 19 twenties and thirties. At the beginning of the Covid 19 pandemic estates. They should lockdown orders that close businesses and prohibit a large gathering Several judges justified. Those restrictions based on Jacobson vs Massachusetts Since it was the most recent decision explicitly addressing state powers during disease epidemic, even if it was 115 years old. But in a reversal, the U. S Supreme Court ruled in 2020 against broadly applying the logic of Jacobson to all covid 19 lockdown restrictions in Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn. Versus Andrew Coma, the court decided the state of New York violated the constitutional rights of citizens wanted to safely gathering churches and synagogues during the pandemic. The reasoning was the lockdown laws barred religious gatherings altogether while still allowing secular business to operate at limited capacity. Vaccines against Covid 19 became readily available across the U. S. Employers, including government agencies, hospitals and so forth started to mandate the shots and employees. That followed a joint statement from a major medical group encouraging the policy. Now this is where we are, You see, because One of the arguments that is assumed can be made. Will be that Joe Biden has the Southern border open illegal aliens coming into the country. Do not have to be tested do not have to be vaccinated, even people coming in from Afghanistan. Do not have to be vaccinated, so people are coming into the country potentially spreading. The virus. While Joe Biden Is putting the arm Private businesses and so forth, and the question is going to be if he actually has the statutory authority. He's using an OSHA regulation. He doesn't have a straight up statute. He's using an.
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"Anniversary and to renew calls for justice and change. We know that George Ford was a watershed moment. Transformational death in Actually U. S history. I think we have made a lot of progress, and that is good, But there's definitely a lot more that needs to happen. That shouldn't be the end of the road and they're still needs to be that talk every single day of what we can do. How we can do this. How can we get better? Last night, demonstrators marched from a church and Milton to Walker Park and Mattapan and memory of George Floyd and to demand racial justice and police accountability. On May, 25th 2020 Floyd was murdered by a Minneapolis police officer. His death sparked protests nationwide. Calling for action. Boston acting Mayor Kim Janey says we honor his life and legacy through our collective action. Racial justice and healing and now to the Cape, according to the Cape Cod Times, a man charged an altercation back in September, is due back in court next month for a pretrial hearing. Bo Johnson of P Town is charging an altercation over black lives matter. Writings on commercial street. He's charged with assault and battery for allegedly spitting on a man. Who is writing black lives matter in the street in shock that man saying the suspect told him and his group this was his town and took issue with him writing in the street. Meanwhile, Johnson says he was walking his dog on commercial Street but denied spitting on anyone. It's 10 19. The investigation of former President Donald Trump and his business empire are entering a brand new phase. One of those ongoing probes is bringing evidence to a new grand jury, which could potentially lead to criminal charges. The former president, calling the investigation purely political. CBS News Legal analyst Rikki Kleiman was on CBS this morning and explains what Trump's defense could be. His defense ultimately is I did what I was told my accountant's looked at it. My bank's looked at it. My financial people looked at it and I signed the document more now on the former president's reaction. Here's a B C's Andrew Dember. Former President Donald Trump, lashing out after prosecutors in New York convened a special grand jury to decide whether to bring criminal charges against him, Trump releasing a statement saying. This is a continuation of the greatest witch hunt in American history. It began the day I came down the escalator in Trump Tower, and it's never stopped. This is purely political and an affront to the almost 75 million voters who supported me in the presidential election, and it's being driven by highly partisan Democrat prosecutors. By the way, the documents are protected by grand jury secrecy rules are not expected to be made public. A national group is calling for an investigation of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Springfield, a day after Hampton County officials closed the case against a defrocked priest in a murder probe. More details from WBC's John Bay back. Robert Hudson, the founder of a New Jersey based group Road to Recovery, says the issue of abusive priest doesn't end just because the case against a defrocked priest who died before he could be charged in the murder case ended hopes and says there are secret files that may contain Morrell. Evidence of other abuse cases against other priests. Number one will know who their abusers are in number two. We'll have some acknowledgement that Wow, I wasn't the only one. Or they have finally named the priest who abused me hopes and wants the state attorney general.
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Pope Asks US Bishop to Resign After Cover-Up Investigation
"Pope Francis and C. U. S. bishop to resign after cover up investigation the Roman Catholic diocese in Minnesota says pope Francis asked as bishop to resign after he was investigated by the Vatican for allegedly interfering with past investigations into clergy sexual abuse Francis accepted the resignation of bishop Michael Hoeppner and named a temporary replacement to run the Crookston diocese Hefner is accused of stating that a priest was fit for ministry despite allegedly knowing the priest had abused a sixteen year old boy in the early nineteen seventies Hepner is the first bishop known to be investigated by the Vatican under a twenty nineteen law that outlines procedures for preliminary investigations against bishops accused of sex abuse or cover ups I Walter Ratliff
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"Vaccine appointment a lot easier for anyone over the age of 75. In Massachusetts. And this just in Christopher Klemmer Plumber, The dashing actor who played Captain von Trapp in the film, The Sound of Music and the oldest Academy Award winner in history, has died at the age of 91 that is breaking news. Also, sources tell WBZ TV that a suspect is in custody and a gun has been recovered after a deadly shooting late last night at the Hyatt Hotel in Boston. The victim said to be A woman. After pulling an all nighter. Senate Democrats this morning pushed through President Biden's nearly $2 trillion Covad relief bill, but the measure did not include a minimum wage hike. BBC's Rachel Scott with more. This is going to be a blow to President Biden's plan to increase the minimum wage to $15 an hour. Republicans were against this, saying that it would devastate small businesses in the middle of a pandemic. That marathon voting session went on for 15 hours, just wrapping overnight. And Democrats did push through this resolution that would allow them to move forward with this code relief package on their own without Republican support. Vice President Kamila Harris casting the tie breaking vote on that, for the first time speaker. Pelosi says that Democrats would not give up on trying to raise the minimum wage for American workers. The Roman Catholic Diocese of Fall River Is defending taking part in the federal government's Paycheck protection program. The diocese is one of hundreds of entities to do so. Leader the dices is taking the funds was a necessity, saying they applied for the money out of genuine need to support the community and workers now, according to The Associated Press, Catholic diocese in the U. S and other institutes, backed by the Catholic Church took more than $3 billion in taxpayer money as part of the program. It appears to make the Roman Catholic Church it's single largest beneficiary back to the economy. The job market stopped. It's bleeding in January on a slight Reeve at Jason Brooks with more. The Labor Department reports again of 49,000 jobs last month following a loss of 227,000 in December, the unemployment rate saw a sizable decline. Down to 6.3 from 6.7%. But that was a result of fewer people looking for work with more than 400,000 people, leaving the workforce in a better signal, a measure of people working part time but preferring full time work. Dropped from 11.7 to 11.1% and another report out today again shows the economic disparity in the food service industry. In particular, Here's CBS's Jim Crow Sula, Black Food Service workers who make most of their income from tips have earned less during the covert 19 pandemic than their white counterparts. They've been more likely to catch grief from customers for enforcing social distancing and mask rules. That's according to one fair wage. National worker advocacy group rapper and actor Ice Cube, reportedly in talks to meet with President Biden to discuss racial equality Cube says the Biden administration reached out to him this week to set up a potential meeting between the two men. The artist is hoping to discuss his initiative called Contract for Black America. It aims to foster equity for black Americans through spending, social programs, prison reforms and more. No date set yet for Cube and Biden to meet February 7th is more than just Super Bowl Sunday. Sunday is National Black HIV AIDS Awareness Day. Dr Laura Cheever says if the current HIV diagnosis rate persists, about half of gay black men will be diagnosed with HIV during their lifetime. We can certainly end the epidemic in us in the next 10 years, but we need to get people tested. We need to get them on treatment, because when someone is virally suppressed a half effectively no risk of treatment HIV to the sexual partner, Cheever says. Right now, 85.2% of black men being treated for HIV are virally suppressed. The goal, of course, is to get that figure. 100% Tom Brady looking for Ring number seven this Sunday, WBC's Truman Holland tells us Pats fans will, of course, be watching and one in particular in case he needed to hear it from the man himself. There's no hard feelings between Robert Kraft and Tom Brady, the Patriots owner telling CBS Sunday morning. He wants to see TV 12 get another ring. I'm ruling for Tom Brady. Robert Kraft, clearly still fond of the man. He still calls Tommy. I'm so excited. We've had some great Communications and he is such a special human being and craft goes on to say that Tom Brady is clearly the greatest player of all time. Not just quarterback Germany. Holland WBZ Boston's news radio are now to the big apple, where someone New needs to operate the Fame Central Park carousel this after New York City canceled the contract with former President Donald Trump. BBC's Erica too risky with this story after the January 6th right at the U. S Capital, the city moved to cancel $17 million worth of contracts with the Trump organization, including the Central Park Carousel near 64th Street, which has delighted kids since the 19 fifties, The Parks Department issued a request for proposals, saying the new concessionaire will be required to operate the carousel year round Daly and maintain the licensed premises. Potential operators are also encouraged to arrange a push cart for souvenir sales and up to three food trucks for snacks. The carousel was crafted in 1908 with two chariots and 58 Hand carved horses. Eren Qatar Ski ABC News, New York You're listening to W B Z 10 31 7.9 ht two available everywhere with the My Heart Ready, left now number one for podcasting and on hundreds.
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"On Li Wei need vaccine here. I've never seen to be in the hands of the doctors of the community who know their patients who know their people. That's what governor Murphy says he plans to do in New Jersey. We will be working directly with our communities of faith. To turn houses of worship and other community gathering places into vaccination centers. For local residents. Just 5% of vaccine recipients in New Jersey are Hispanic or Latin Next, and 3% are black. Even though 15% of the state's population is black in Boston, the Reggie Lewis Center is setting aside a portion of its vaccine appointments for people who live in the hardest hit areas. Of the state, Black and Hispanic residents have received on Lee about 6% of the vaccine doses in Massachusetts. So far, while white residents have gotten nearly 36% and looking globally, a new study to see of mixing the covert vaccines together, helps or hurts virologist Matthew Snake, perhaps recruited 800 volunteers for the mixed vaccine trials. His findings could have global implications be supply problems with one of the vaccines, then you're protected against that by being out to unionize, which the other vaccines No tentative. It's possible mixing vaccines might even confer better protection. That happened with Ebola's inoculations. For instance, the results should be known. By June. Vicki Barker CBS News London Meanwhile, Global confidence in the covert vaccine is rising. A new survey by the Institute of Health Innovation in London found 54% of People survey. So they would get the vaccine. If someone offered it to them back in November, That number was only 41%. And a recent poll says 66% of Americans would get the vaccine. An AP investigation finds a Catholic churches were one of the biggest beneficiaries of the Federal Paycheck Protection program. Now this program was intended for employers who were badly battered by the coronavirus lockdowns. AP Pro finds that scores of Roman Catholic diocese across the nation already had $10 billion in cash on hand when they signed up. I've got another $1.5 billion in federal relief money. Church officials say they needed government help to pay staff because donations plummeted when churches were ordered to close. One of the hardest hit communities in the Commonwealth. Chelsea is getting its first truly local cove in 19 Vaccine Clinic, the East Boston neighborhood center, along with the Chelsea Collaborative, teaming up to open that clinic today on Broadway Street and Chelsea, and their first appointment started just about an hour ago. Chelsea saw sky high infection rates compared to other regions. You're.
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"In recent days, All 11 of Illinois's regions have Varying degrees. Continue to live. Some of the more strengthen covert 19 mitigations Lauren Cone 8 90 wls knew in Illinois today 3667 new cases of covert 86 additional deaths, but Over 69,000 people were tested, and that means that our state test positivity rate is going down again. It's now 4.6%. And that's why they've been able Dogz some of these restrictions and open some of these restaurants for indoor dining last week, we saw the city of Chicago also will and can't Kiki counties, speaking of covert, another round of relief still pending in Washington? And Bill Cameron says a legislative trick may be necessary to pass it. Democrats many to invoke a complicated and run called budget reconciliation this to get there $1.9 billion covert relief bill through the Senate. Senator Durbin and claims some senators think we've already won this war against coveted. Those were the same people would say. You know, D day was so successful. We don't have to continue this word, do we? Quarterbacks to say Can we end this in the third quarter? That'll be just enough for me. But the other side remains opposed to what it calls bailing out mismanaged cities in states like Chicago and Illinois. No Cameron 8 90 WLS News Today In the United States Senate, they began talking about the impeachment of Donald Trump. Kentucky Senator Rand Paul tried to make the argument that you can't impeach someone who was no longer the president as of noon last Wednesday, Donald Trump holds none of the positions. Listed in the Constitution. He's a private citizen. However, the Senate with some Republicans voting with the Democrats killed the RAND. Paul Measure, You will do impartial justice just after senators took their second trump impeachment jurors over so how feel got Senator Rand Paul demanded a vote on if it was even constitutional, try a president after he's no longer in the White House. That vote failed 55 to 45, with five Republicans joining all Democrats indicating that the articles Saying Mr Trump Inside of the insurrection is impeachable in or out of office today, President Joe Biden had his first phone call with Vladimir Putin. Biden says he raised his concerns. About Putin's arrest of opposition figure Alexi Navalny. He also pressed the Russian leader and Russia's involvement in a massive cyber espionage campaign and reports of bounties on American troops. In Afghanistan. Biden wants to establish a sharp break from the warm rhetoric often displayed by President Trump to to Vladimir Putin in Russia. And finally tonight from Wisconsin, a priest who live streamed exorcizes ums that were aimed at rooting out what he said was widespread voting fraud. Is now gone from his Roman Catholic diocese. The Diocese of Madison says it reached a mutual decision for with Father John Zola's Dorf. To leave the diocese father's rules. Dorf claimed that he had permission from Madison Bishop Donald Hying to conduct the exercises Ums. Hi, Ng says That's not exactly true. So Father's Olds Dorf Is gone and will not be performing anymore. Exorcist UMS WLS news time 407 checking traffic.
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"In and you won't miss a month. This is a critical moment. Use radio 7 40 ktrh. Well, I could file this under dark, really? New study shows that overly restrictive lockdowns may not have been worth the economic damage, huh? Was that was that Governor Andrew Cuomo in New York the other day, who pretty much said that finally, you know, we can't keep locking things down. They'll never reopen again. We've been saying that for six months. Well, now there's a new administration, which has a different and by the way we haven't and I mentioned this earlier. We have a new CDC director. Who was already sounding like she well, she's already pretty much said she's going to go through all the current C. D. C rules and she's going to change the ones she doesn't like. Jared would feel joins US political analyst. I'm not sure what that means, Jared, but but I'm guessing it's not going to open up a lot of businesses. Hey, I don't expect to see that any time soon. And of course, we're seeing the Biden administration move forward with a federal mass mandate. But you know the study that that you brought up Jimmy and shares one that just came out recently, January 5th of this year, and it made clear what we've all known that these lock down these business closures that we were experiencing all across the nation, including here in Texas, which we've had a recent roll back. As most businesses are experience right now, they don't work. They don't work. In fact, they caused huge collateral damage We've seen in this study recognizes the fact that we've had increased rates and suicides. You've had opio Oakwood related overdoses and increase those numbers. Mental health issues have gone through the roof, as well as the host of economic consequences that everybody's feeling everyday in their pocketbook. And so we, you know, it's what we've known all alone long and the people that are actually creating these executive orders. They don't live under their edicts. Their businesses are not being locked down. They continue to receive their big, healthy fat paychecks and the benefits associated with that checks while the small small businesses of this state now all across the nation, people who invested there Livelihood in these businesses in the individuals that work for those businesses. They're feeling it every single day, and it needs to stop. It's a violation. The United States Constitution Supreme Court starting to recognize that now and hopefully courts across the country watch state level. I don't know when. When you've got a one party federal government basically and you've got we know a lot of firepower in terms of National Guard, military and federal marshals. How in the world as an opinion for the Supreme Court, make any difference down? Well, you would hope you would be hopeful that people would follow the rule of law and we had our share of this should come out of the United States Supreme Court. Was in November of last year. The case called Roman Catholic Diocese vs Coma where the Supreme Court made it very clear that even in a pandemic, the constitution can't be put away and for gotten. The Texas Supreme Court has made it very clear that there is no pandemic exception to the Constitution. Now it's time for local officials like Judge Chicago Mayor Turner folks at the state level that Governor Abbott to understand that they can't unifier. Lee break the law and trample on our constitutional rights. And I think what we're seeing right now, too, is even here in Houston in Harris County area, we've seen a rollback. We've actually seen bars that were open at 50%. Now being shuttered and shut down. Once again, we're seeing restaurants that were operating at 70% capacity now being rolled back to 50% capacity. The question is one of my nonsense gonna end where these elected officials going to realize. That lockdown and business closures just don't work and they're unconstitutional. Tell you, though, Jared, I think I think the nonsense has already stopped for a lot of restaurant owners. I've been easily to more than a half a dozen restaurants in Harris County in the last two weeks, and there's not a one of them that I've been to Is anywhere close to 50% occupancy. They're putting his many patrons in theirs. They can. I think they've already had enough. Well, I I think you're absolutely right. In fact, a lot of the business owners restaurant, other side represent, like federal American Grill and a lot of the bar owners that I represent across the state of Texas. They said. Enough is enough. I said, we have to make a decision. We're going to lose our life Investment. Our life savings are employees won't be able to feed their families. Or we're gonna follow Governor Abbas edicts which are unconstitutional and illegal, in my opinion, and so you're right. They're saying we're going to stand up for our constitutional rights. It's more important that we feed our families and that we not lose lose our life investments. Then the fallen 400 the big summer the edict of the order of a local or state official who doesn't have to live under their own words and put their financial livelihood at stake. Well, they got to do it. They got to keep it going, though the lockdowns until they can get that money to all these blue states that are deeply in debt. Yeah, that's that's exactly right. And you know, this is when you create policy based on fear. There's a real problem because you create this environment where a lot of folks are willing to sacrifice your surrender their rights in order for a false sense of security, and I think that's what we're seeing. And then you know, like you said, sure, in these blue states were shame that they're using this pandemic as an opportunity to get money. To state governments because they had bad shape in the blue states. All right, Jared, so it's probably gonna have to deal with. Thank you, sir. Appreciate your time, As always, Jered would fill joining us here on NewsRadio, 7 40 Ktrh Time to take a look at your money. Courtney Donahue is here. I'm just Thursday. Hey.
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Trump Celebrates SCOTUS Decision on COVID Restrictions
"CBS News correspondent Natalie Brand is that the White House Where the president is Also celebrating a Supreme Court ruling President Trump sent a happy Thanksgiving tweet Thursday morning Retweeting News of the Supreme Court's decision issued late Wednesday, blocking covert restrictions on houses of worship in New York in a 5 to 4 ruling with President Trump's latest appointee, Justice Amy Cockney Barrett. Now on the bench, the high court ruled in favor of religious groups, saying the state's coronavirus restrictions effectively barring many from attending religious services. Strike at the very heart of the First Amendment's guarantee of religious liberty, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn, issuing a statement applauding the court's decision, saying that they are gratified and appreciate the court's recognition of a clear First Amendment violation in urgent need for relief in that case.
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Supreme Court Rules New York Cannot Limit Attendance At Houses Of Worship Due To COVID-19
"Some religious groups in new york are celebrating last night's rare late night. Supreme court decision blocking an executive order from new york governor andrew cuomo that restricted attendance at religious services in their neighborhoods because the pandemic ultra orthodox jewish organizations in brooklyn and queens and the roman catholic diocese of brooklyn claim. That cuomo single them out. The state pointed to the recent spike in covid nineteen cases. And then there was that alarming ultra orthodox wedding last week. The two hundreds not wearing masks. The court's decision was five. Four with its newest justice emmy coney barrett considered the fifth vote. Emily brazilan staff writer at new york times magazine and fellow at the yale law. School is here emily. Thank you for taking a break from your thanksgiving thanks. You are welcome. Glad to be here. And we should say the to litigants the ultra orthodox jewish groups and the catholic diocese were already not subject to these restrictions. Because they've been lifted there's a color system for restrictions in new york and Cova cases had obey abated in their area. But what was the argument from the court in blocking even targeted restrictions. Well the corpus arguing that new york hadn't shown that less strict measures would be enough to protect public health. Which is a pretty cursory kind of way of thinking about this. You can see the concur. Ince's by justice gorsuch as justice cavanaugh. That some of the conservative judges didn't like the idea that essential businesses which were permitted to open a new york included stores but did not include houses of worship. And i think the odd thing about the majority's analysis here is what it's comparing so the majority behaves as if people going to stores are the same as people congregating in a house of worship even though it's very unusual in store for lots of people to be sitting together or certainly singing or chanting together for a long time. That's all in a church or synagogue or a mosque and we know that that is a riskier activity. So there was no discussion of the science or scientific public health considerations in the majority's opinion. And what about chief. Justice john robertson. The three liberal justices dissenting. What did they say. Well chief justice. John roberts says there's no reason for us to decide this right now for the reason that you gave earlier new york had a lift these restrictions for now because the krona virus spread is not as bad in the city so these restrictions said that in the red zone the highest risk new york. You could have ten people in a house of worship in the orange zone. You could have twenty-five people but the catholic archdiocese in the docks synagogues that have sued. They no longer are subject to those restrictions and so she's jeff roberts was making a kind of traditional conservative judicial modesty Moved here in which he said. Look if they're subject to these restrictions again maybe they will be proved to be unduly harsh but at the moment. They're not so we don't need to step in here. And this is a classic example of a judge saying you know what. Let's leave this in the hands of public. Health officials not have judges step in to make these decisions. Unless it's absolutely necessary will be clear. What does it mean. I mean be clear. Only because i'm not able to figure this out. Temporary decision made on an emergency basis by the way when ruth bader ginsburg was on the court roberts sided with the liberals and the decision was in favor of restrictions that was when california had restrictions in place. So obviously there's been a tilt here but what does this mean for other states for new york when it comes to restrictions on houses of worship in the pandemic y- i'm kind of scratching my head about that too. I mean it looks like what the court is saying. Is that if you have businesses open you have to treat churches and other houses of worship just like those businesses but without paying attention to the greater risk that the church that you know religious service can entail and that's very strange to me because it seems so at odds with the science and what we know about the spread of coronavirus. And so you're right. This is a decision. That's a temporary restraining. Order against new york. The merits the kind of larger case is still to be thrashed out the lower courts and so one hopes going forward that there will be more attention to these apples to apples. Comparisons and figuring out what the state really needs to do to protect public health and mall many have seen the video from the acidic wedding in brooklyn this month. Hundreds packing a synagogue. No-one wearing masks mayor. Bill de blasio said or organizers will find fifteen thousand for violating restrictions. And so we're keeping an eye on that to see what happens. There might be any kind of consideration of
A Roman Catholic diocese in New York has become the largest in the US to declare bankruptcy amid clergy abuse lawsuits
"New York's Roman Catholic Diocese of Rockville Center filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection because of financial pressure from lawsuits over past sexual abuse by clergy members. In doing so. It now becomes the largest diocese in the U. S. To declare bankruptcy amid the clergy abuse scandal more than 200 lawsuits alleging sexual abuse by clergy members. I've now been filed against the diocese since the 2019 passage of New York's Child Victims Act.
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Pennsylvania Dioceses Offer $84 Million To 564 Clergy Abuse Victims
"An Associated Press review finds at the Pennsylvania Roman Catholic diocese have paid nearly eighty four million dollars to five hundred sixty four victims of sexual abuse seven of the state's a dis ease launch victim compensation funds in the wake of a landmark grand jury report on sexual abuse by Catholic clergy the funds were open to claims for a limited time this year the telly sure to grow in twenty twenty as compensation fund administrators work through a backlog of
California diocese releases list of 34 priests accused of sex abuse
"California diocese took a different path when it came to priests accused of sexual abuse USA radio networks, Chris Barnes has the details, Chevron, California, Roman Catholic diocese releasing a list of thirty four priests accused of sexually abusing children, including six who were convicted of criminal charges, the diocese of San Bernardino county listing clergy who were the subject of what he calls credible allegations of molestation since the diocese formed in nineteen seventy eight according to its website, all but one were removed from the priesthood permanently banned from ministry in the diocese or they've passed away the remaining priest left the diocese in nineteen Ninety-three and his whereabouts are unknown. Kanye
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New York subpoenas eight Catholic dioceses in sex abuse probe: source
"Trump appointee claiming to be part of the Trump resistance. Are we watching a slow coup or a cowardly cover your butt and a teacher and Mississippi thought the name of the fifteen year old black boy who had been murdered by a group of white boys in nineteen Fifty-nine sounded familiar? I'm just going to check with my aunt to see if maybe she knows some information. And that's when she informed me that he was indeed our cousin news is I. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. The New York attorney
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Judge considers defamation suit against conspiracy theorist Alex Jones
"Tracy Nicole windfall ball streets day started it was all, about apple then other news, took a slice out. Of the average is, turning the Dow's gains you an, eighty one point loss it, said twenty five thousand. Three thirty three NASDAQ's up thirty five Five points that is all apple the NASDAQ the s&p is down three points apples. Extra strong earnings reports. And its record-breaking stock helped the NASDAQ to its high if. That was not there would be lower, as well, trade war jitters return to China warned the US against blackmail as the Trump administration considered using threats. Of higher tariffs, to get, China, back to the negotiating table and the Federal Reserve keeping interest rates where they are now and talking up what it's calling strong economy that growth in manufacturing cooled by more than. Expected in. July and the institute for supply management says. It survey found persistent concerns. About the fallout from a trade war business reports at eight and thirty. Eight, past, the, hour I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty WBZ news time four ten in Harrisburg Pennsylvania the Roman Catholic diocese there. Has released a list of seventy. One people linked to the diocese accused of going sexually abusing children In cases going back decades now Bishop, wrong gainer has issued a, public apology saying the churches bishops shared the blame having responded inadequately to these, allegations I have determined that anyone. Who has been accused of sexual misconduct and appears on our list we'll have his name removed from any place of honor throughout the diocese and the Harrisburg diocese also waived any past confidentiality rights agreements so survivors can tell their stories the parents of one of the, twenty children killed in the Newtown Connecticut shootings are in Austin. Texas courtroom today Noah Pozner is parents are trying to convince a judge that they have a valid defamation claim against radio conspiracy theorist Alex Jones Jones has used. His info wars. Radio show and social media platforms to push the theory the, Newtown massacre wasn't, elaborate. Hoax Jones wants the, judge to dismiss the parents defamation lawsuit he now admits the shootings did, happen but says his conspiracy claim Were protected free speech and a new study. Finds, even the, dirt on, the ground we walk on is making climate change worse plants capture massive amounts of carbon and pump it, back into the soil that's, usually where it stays for hundreds or even. Thousands, of years this new report and the journal, nature says that, as temperatures warmed up, around the world fungi and bacteria. In the soil are now becoming more active in these turbocharged microbes are feeding on dead leaves. Implants and that leads to releasing more heat trapping carbon dioxide back into the air WBZ news time four eleven coming up in just. About one minute we'll check the, latest on traffic and weather together but I it's sports here's Tom, Cuddy and the as hticket, dot, com sports, studio Red Sox no game today first of four with the Yankees here tomorrow Chris sale definitely out of that series, no official word yet on the status of, Bogaerts hit, in the right hand again last night xrays. Negative hit by pitch on. The. Right hand rule in the last two weeks of last. Season for Bogart's pages continue preseason training, camp FOX but rob gronkowski Ski at the microphone entertaining is always Tom Brady's birthday is two days, away are present from for, Tom from gronk Yeah Secret.
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EU, Canada And Mexico Threaten Tariffs To Retaliate Against US
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. Mexico is threatening its own terrorists in response to new US duties on imported steel and aluminum as NPR's. Carrie Kahn reports. Mexico's economy minister fired off a list of American goods to be taxed in retaliation. Just minutes after the us announcement, the list is long. There are US pork products, apples grapes, cranberries cheeses, as well as finished steel products. Mexico's economy minister says the Trump administration's justification for the tariff is improper and will damage strategic sectors in North America's integrated industries, including automotive, aerospace, in electron IX Mexico. The US and Canada are currently renegotiating the North American Free trade agreement president Enrica recap. And in yet dough and Canada's, Prime Minister. Justin Trudeau spoke the Afon pledging to continue the NAFTA talks and working together to defend international free trade. Based on rules. Carrie Kahn, NPR news, Mexico City, north and South Korea are holding senior level peace talks in a border village. They're focusing on reducing tensions on the peninsula and ending the North's nuclear weapons program. The meeting comes after two days of talks between US Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, and senior North Korean voi-, Kim, Yong chill in New York, Pompeo and Kim discussed a potential summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN Trump cancelled a plan th summit in Singapore says the meetings still could happen. The diocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis has agreed to a two hundred and ten million dollars settlement with clergy. Sex abuse victims, Mets, epoch of Minnesota public radio reports that the settlement is one of the largest bankruptcy payouts by US Roman Catholic diocese. The archdiocese has filed for bankruptcy in two thousand fifteen. After the Minnesota legislature temporarily extended the statute of limitations for sex abuse suits the two hundred ten. We'll be split among four hundred fifty survivors including Jim Keenan who helped negotiate the deal after victims rejected an earlier offer. Never plan that exited. Pissed off Irishman and some other guys would say, you know what? We don't like their plan. We're gonna write another. It hadn't been done before. They have to listen to victims now wants a federal bankruptcy. Judge signs off the archdiocese, pandits parishes will pay about forty million dollars. The rest will come from insurers for NPR news. I'm Matt Sepik in Minneapolis, fourteen year old, Dallas area, eighth grader, car thick nemani is this year's champion of the Scripps national spelling bee as heard here, courtesy of ESPN nemani correctly spelled coin Aena Greek word for communion coin. Aena k. o I n o n I a that is correct. Numani bested a field of more than five hundred contestants to win the two thousand eighteen spelling bee title. You're listening to NPR news. Google self driving spinoff Waymo plans to launch in Arizona this year with up to sixty two thousand Chrysler Pacifica hybrid minivans. That's under a deal announced on Thursday. The technology will be deployed in a ride hailing service in the Phoenix area before the end of the year, and then expanded to other US markets Waymo plans to pick up people in cars that will not have a human in the driver seat, making it the first ride hailing service with the fleet of fully autonomous vehicles. The founder of Pittsburgh's innovative art museum. The mattress factory has died barber. Morales skiing was a champion for what's known as installation. Art NPR's. Bob Mondello has more. The mattress factory was an empty warehouse when Luder hausky bought it in nineteen seventy seven, installing a food co-op, partly so she wouldn't have to leave bored with what she called pedestal Archie devoted the institution to the notion of site specific installations where artists respond to the space. There. Even and visitors get to inhabit art, not just look at it to keep that notion close. She lived atop the building site specific works, filling the four floors below being even a peripheral part of the actual process. You know. So the thinking process and the flexibility and the problem solving and all of those things which to me are so important in terms of what art does mattress factory founder, Barbara Luder hausky was Eighty-eight. Bob Mondello NPR news on stock market shares are mixed higher in Tokyo. Following a down day on Wall Street, blue chips, plunged two hundred fifty. One points the NASDAQ lost twenty. I'm Shay Stevens NPR news in Washington.