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03:55 min | 8 months ago

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"I'm trial snyder. The senate is getting back to work this afternoon. Democrats will be pushing president. Biden's three and a half trillion dollar budget proposal this week. Npr's amy held reports democrats. Want to pass a massive budget. Investing in childcare education and climate change provision no republicans are on board so democrats need unanimous agreement within their own party but senator joe manchin tells c. n. n. Majority leader chuck. Schumer can count him out when it comes to supporting the three and a half trillion dollar measure. He will not have my vote on three point. Five and chuck knows that. What's the urgency. Complicating matters the budget framework does not include a debt limit increase and the government has already reached its borrowing limit if it's not increased by the new fiscal year. That's october first. They risk default. Amy held npr news. President biden is in the air applying to the west to meet with federal fire. Managers in boise idaho and tour wildfire damage in northern california. He's expected to use the trip to highlight the climate provisions and that three and a half trillion dollar spending plan. Meanwhile you in high commissioner for human rights michelle basch latte is warning that climate change pollution and nature loss pulls the biggest threats to human rights. Globally bachelet says as triple crisis is depriving people. Their rights to food water and development and even life lease sign reports told delegates at the un human rights council that climate change was creating devastating impacts on human rights and people's way of life she said monumental fires in siberia and california sudden floods and china and germany and other extreme weather events were forcing millions of people into misery and hunger and triggering. Mass displacement secretary of state antony blinken will be on capitol hill. Today he's due to appear before the house foreign affairs committee this afternoon. Lawmakers expected to question blinken on the taliban takeover and afghanistan and the evacuation from the country. He's scheduled to appear before senate lawmakers tomorrow. Iran and the international atomic energy agency have agreed to allow the i a service. It's monitoring equipment at iranian nuclear sites resolving. What's been termed as the most urgent issue between them. Npr's peter kenyon reports. The announcement came after the i. E. h. e. visited tehran director. General rafael grossi said. The agreement highlighted a constructive visit to the iranian capital. It allows the agency to continue to make recordings of activity in iranian nuclear sites but un inspectors are still not permitted to access those recordings and evaluate the activities even so the announcement raised hopes for a more positive meeting this week of the e. a board of governors grossly told reporters as he returned to vienna that he sees no need for an anti iran resolution at the meeting. Peter kenyon npr news. istanbul. And you're listening to npr news. The president biden doing california to survey wildfire damage today. Cal fire's j. Tracy says residents of the town of grizzly flats have returned to a devastated community to see a whole community like that. Just kinda wiped wiped away but many of the people we spoke with real high spirits. I was devastated but pretty high spirits. And we're already talking about rebuilding most homes as well as the school. The post office. The fire station in grizzly flats destroyed by the calder fire. South of lake tahoe. It's been burning since mid august. Say the first day of school in new york city about a million students in the nation's largest public school system will be returning to in person classes for the first time in a year and a half npr's rosemary. Misteri reports on the measures in place to prevent the spread of covert nineteen. Going back to school in new york city will include more than just mask..

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02:31 min | 9 months ago

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"This message comes from. Npr sponsor code for america who believes government can and should work well for everyone. Code for america works with governments and communities to build digital tools and services to meet today's challenges and push for a better tomorrow learn more at code for america dot org live from npr news. I'm lakshmi singh. The federal government has approved an emergency declaration in york. Npr's rosemary misteri reports estate will receive funds to deal with the damage caused by the remnants of hurricane ida but getting back to normal. We'll take time. Fourteen counties in the state including new york city are still affected by wednesday nights record rainfall that left at least fifteen people dead and thousands of homes without power governor. Kathy hokuto says many major roads are still closed as well as parts of metro north railroad which has tracks under ten feet of mud. It happens and we had to be prepared for it so no longer will. We say they won't happen again in our lifetime. This could happen next week. Shelters are opening in affected counties to take in residents forced from their homes. Fema is on the ground doing damage assessment rosemary dairy. Npr news new york. More than eight hundred thousand homes and businesses across louisiana remain without power five days after electricity was taken out by hurricane ida frustration in new orleans and other affected areas is growing. People are spending another day with canisters in hand lining. Up gas stations for fuel during various media. Interviews residents protested that they have yet to see fema. President biden is visiting the region today. Serving hurricane damage evacuation and vetting of afghan allies are ongoing days after the us ended its military mission in afghanistan. Tens of thousands of people from afghanistan continued to arrive from international transit sites this week at airports in the washington. Dc and philadelphia regions homeland security secretary. Alejandro hundred llorca says so far. Forty thousand afghans have arrived in the us where than three quarters of them are vulnerable nationals or visa applicants with no place to go for those who are not us citizens lawful permanent residents. Were do not otherwise. Have a support system here in the united states. The vast majority are opting to go to a military base pending resettlement efforts states. Such as texas and florida are expanding the use monoclonal antibodies to treat early stages of cove in nineteen in high risk patients. Therapy has emergency use authorization from the fda.

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04:15 min | 9 months ago

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"I'm barbara klein. Haiti has been struck by shallow magnitude. Seven point two earthquake the us geological survey says high casualties are probable and the effects are likely widespread herald. Isaacs is a journalist based in port-au-prince to major cities. At least down into southern sheila in especially jimmy and kai green severely affected For instance the cathedral. Jeremy which is a very well known landmark has been at least partially call as partially collapsed The city of chi- Many many houses. I've been collapsing. Reports are many people under the rubble At this point the usgs warns past events of this magnitude have required a national or international level response as haiti's new government remains fragile in the aftermath of the assassination of the country's president last month taliban militants are advancing on the outskirts of afghanistan's capital. After seizing control of most of the country teri schultz reports. Nato is calling on the taliban to return to peace negotiations after allies met to discuss the rapid taliban advance nato secretary general jens stoltenberg warned militants. They would never be considered a legitimate government if their victory is not achieved through political negotiations. This is the same message sent by the european union this weekend many times before by western interlocutors to no avail. The taliban has now taken afghanistan's second and third largest cities and fighting his moving toward the capital several nato governments announced friday. They would close their embassies at least temporarily. The us's evacuating all but a small essential diplomatic staff stoltenberg says for now nato plans to maintain its presence in kabul with the aim he says to support the afghan government and security forces as much as possible for npr news. I'm teri schultz in arizona. The possible yucky tribe has reached a settlement after three year legal battle to have an early voting site reinstated on its reservation and i'm gibson of arizona public media reports the settlement lays out that for every statewide primary and general election from now until the end of twenty twenty four. The possibly ocoee tribe will have an early voting site within its reservation. It was closed about a month before the august twenty eighteen primary by the former county recorder. She cited low voter participation and a lack of physical and it security without early voting site. Those without cars had to travel two hours roundtrip by bus to get to the nearest site. Paschi chairman peter. Upc oh said in a press. Release that quote. The right to vote is the cornerstone of our democracy and it is just as important in arizona indian country and the possibly hockey reservation as it isn't pima county for npr news. I'm gibson in tucson. This is npr. Alabama's republican governor. Kay ivey is issued what she calls. A limited and narrowly focused state of emergency amid a kovic surge gives the state. Medical providers flexibility on staffing and other decisions while infections are also on the upswing in new york city. This city is celebrating a return to normal life. Npr's rosemary ms dairy reports with a week of outdoor concerts and cultural workshops all five boroughs. The city is pulling out all the stops to mark the end of a pandemic that still far from over homecoming week includes crowd-rousing events like an evening in central park with paul simon and bruce springsteen no money required just proof of at least one vaccine dose columbia university professor of epidemiology wafa l. Solder says they should require two doses even for people in our fully vaccinated and even though the concert outdoors. I would personally say. I would wear a mask because it's because of the crowding and because we know of course that's highly transmissible of areas also serve canadian as well. The city expects to sixty thousand attendees on central park's great lawn without social distancing masks optional rosemary misteri..

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01:37 min | 9 months ago

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"York city is celebrating. Its return to normal life. Even as the number of corona virus infections continues to rise. Npr's rosemary ms dairy reports with a week about door concerts and cultural workshops in all five boroughs. The city is pulling out all the stops to mark the end of a pandemic that still far from over homecoming week includes crowd-rousing events like an evening in central park with paul simon and bruce springsteen no money required just proof of at least one vaccine dose columbia university professor of epidemiology wa l. solder says they should require two doses even for people are fully vaccinated and even though the concert outdoors. I would personally say. I would wear a mask because it's because of the crowding and because we know of course that's highly transmissible. Don't of areas also circulating swat. The city expects to sixty thousand attendees central park's great lawn without social distancing and masks optional rosemary misteri. Npr news new york. The annual little league world series is set to kick off next week in williamsport pennsylvania for the second straight year spectators will be scaled back amid a spike in corona virus. Infections had their stafford clinical director at ups williamsport says. It's the right. Decision is art for the community to understand but or from public safety standpoint. I really think it will help stop. Spread officials canceled plans for allowing up to three thousand fans per day. Instead the series will be limited to family and friends of the sixteen participating teams. This is npr news..

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04:15 min | 9 months ago

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"Live from npr news in washington. I'm jack speer. President biden is urging americans in hurricane prone states to get vaccinated against cove nineteen. Npr's windsor johnston reports cases are surging. In florida and other parts of the southeastern us and of the peak of the atlantic hurricane season number of corona virus infections driven by the contagious delta variant continues to surge in many parts of the south president biden says it's critical for people living in states where hurricane strike to get vaccinated in case they had to evacuate their homes. If you wind up having to stay in the shelter you don't wanna add covert nineteen list of dangers that you're going to be confronted get vaccinated now so you're ready for whatever may come this month and it's likely some serious hurricanes are gonna come. The president is meeting with public health officials to discuss plans for evacuating and sheltering residents in areas with low vaccination rates windsor johnston npr news washington covert cases are rising in the us many hospitals or facing a double whammy as it were not enough beds and in some cases not enough staff. One person in louisiana who suffered a heart attack bounced between six hospitals before finding an emergency room in new orleans it could take him louisiana public health chief off joe cantor telling state officials the situation. That state is dire in florida. Kovic cases are so many hospital ambulance service and fire cruiser straining to respond to emergencies. New york is getting its first female governor. Npr's rosemary ms dairy reports. Lieutenant governor. kathy. Hotel is stepping up after governor andrew. Cuomo steps down over sexual harassment allegations on august twenty. Fourth power will change hands in the state of new york. Lieutenant governor kathy. Hokkaido will make history as the state's first female governor a title. The buffalo native will inherit along with fighting. The corona virus resurgence and navigating an executive office firmly held by governor andrew. Cuomo for more than a decade hawkal has served in. Congress representing new york's twenty-six district. She campaigned alongside andrew cuomo as his running mate and has served seven years. As the governor's lieutenant following the state attorney general's report. She called cuomo's conduct repulsive at unlawful and called the women who came forward brave rosemary misteri. Npr news new york official with the federal reserve says last week strong jobs report shows. It may be time to start thinking about reducing or tapering. The feds one hundred and twenty billion dollar month bond. Buying program is aimed at backstopping. The economy by keeping borrowing costs low saint louis federal reserve bank president james bullard during a speech today pointing to the strong jobs numbers still. It's not clear how soon such a move might actually happen makes close on wall street today. The dow was up one hundred sixty two points to thirty five thousand to sixty four. The nasdaq fell. Seventy two points. This is npr while providing no evidence conservative fox. News host tucker. Carlson has made repeated claims. The national security agency spied on his electronic communications and sought to take his show off the air. Now the agency's inspector general says it will look into the allegations. Conservatives had blasted the biden administration following carlson's allegations that began in late june. The allegation prompting. Rare statement from the normally reclusive. Nsa denying the host claims longtime us. Representative ron kind. Democrat from wisconsin will not be running for from member station w. w. m. so own cassara reports. The decision is seen as a blow to efforts by democrats to hold onto their slim. Majority in the house represented a kind says he has run out of gas after serving more than twenty four years in the house calling himself. A dying breed pragmatic politicians. Who believes in bipartisanship in finding common ground kind represents a district located on the southwestern border of wisconsin and minnesota that is trended more conservative in recent years his departure has some republicans grubbing of confidence about the twenty twenty one elections mike berg spokesman for the national republican congressional committee calls kinds exit quote the clearest sign yet that the democrats house majority is toast for npr news..

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01:37 min | 10 months ago

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"Fund to compensate. Victims of accused. Sex trafficker jeffrey epstein is closing npr's rosemary misteri reports. It's paying out more than one hundred million dollars over. Two hundred people filed claims of sexual abuse against the late. Jeffrey epstein more than double. What the funds administrators expected in the end. One hundred and fifty victims were eligible for a combined. Some of one hundred and twenty five million dollars nearly one tenth of them refused payout. Those who accepted agreed to bring no further claims against epstein or his conspirators including d'alene maxwell who is expected to stand trial in november for her role in aiding epstein sex trafficking and abuse victim compensation program announced. It's closing on the eve. Of the second anniversary of jeffrey epstein suicide in a manhattan prison at sixty six years old rosemary. Ms dairy npr news. New york r kelly's criminal trial in new york. Being begins this week with jury selection following two years of delays. The justice department accuses the nba and hip hop artists and members of his entourage of committing a wide range of abuses including rape and child pornography involving girls and women who attended his concerts. The federal charges against him also include trafficking victims across state lines and racketeering. Once the new york case concludes kelly is expected to stand trial trial in illinois on separate charges at last check on wall street. The dow jones industrial average was down. Eighty points since the open. It's a thirty five thousand one hundred twenty eight. I'm lakshmi singh npr news..

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04:39 min | 10 months ago

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"Live from npr news in washington. I'm jack speer. The centers for disease control and prevention is announcing a new sixty day of vich and moratorium would protect areas where roughly ninety percent of the us population lives. That's according to sources who say the cdc's identified legal authority to issue the moratorium in counties with high and substantial increases in covert nineteen infections as the delta variant of the virus spreads. Were speaking an afternoon news conference. President biden acknowledged any move to extend the previous more likely face a challenge any call for moratorium based on the supreme court. Recent decision is likely to face obstacles. I've indicated to the cdc. I'd like them to look at other alternatives than the one that is in power in existence according to declared they're not going to allow to continue liberal democrats had called for an extension of the eviction moratorium which expired this past weekend. Mayor governor andrew cuomo to deny he sexually harassed a number of current and former state employees. Npr's rosemary misteri reports cuomo's responded the findings of a month long investigation led by new york attorney general letitia james a lengthy report details interviews with one hundred and seventy nine people and reams of evidence. A concludes that cuomo engaged in unwelcoming nonconsensual touching with women on his own staff including a state trooper who protects him as well as women outside of state government. The governor has posted a video responding to each of the eleven allegations. I welcome the opportunity for a full and fair review before a judge and a jury because this just did not happen and their report. Investigators right that cuomo's repeated denials lack credibility. The new york state assembly is conducting an impeachment probe rosemary ms dairy. Npr news new york powerful explosion in kabul. Today the us says it appears to be the work of the taliban more from npr's michelle kellerman explosion in kabul comes as the taliban gained ground state department spokesperson ned price condemns. The violence does barrel the hallmarks of the spate of taliban attacks That we have seen in recent weeks we unequivocally condemn the bombing and we continue to Stand by our afghan partners. He's calling on the taliban and the afghan government to accelerate peace talks but us envoy zalmay khalilzad says. The taliban are feeling emboldened by their recent military gains. He says they're demanding. The lion share of power in any future. Government michelle kellerman. Npr news washington stocks closed higher on wall street. Today the dow is up two hundred seventy eight points to thirty five thousand one sixteen. The nasdaq rose eighty points. The snp closed up thirty five points. This is npr. Chinese regulators appear to be taking aim at the country's online gaming sector causing shares in game makers to plummet prominent state run newspapers called for more curbs on the industry. Npr's john row which has more the economic information daily said in an article addiction. Two games by minors was a major problem and more regulation was required for the sector the newspapers and affiliate of state news agency shinwa whose articles reflect policy and official thinking. The article cited the popular game honor of kings by name. That game is made by the tech company. Ten cent whose hong kong and us listed shares took a beating investors jittery after the government tightened regulation in recent weeks in tech education and other areas causing share prices in those sectors to fall analysts. Say beijing wants to reassert. Control over freewheeling parts of the economy. John itch npr news. Actress reese witherspoon who founded her media company. Hello sunshine in two thousand sixteen is selling the company what amounts to a major payday witherspoon. Whose movie roles include films like legally blonde and walk the line sung our company for an estimated nine hundred million dollars. According to a report in the wall street journal selby to a newly for media company backed by private equity firm blackstone group with us win reportedly continued to oversee day to day operations of the company along with members of the company's existing senior management team crude oil futures prices continue to lose ground today mid heightened worries about the delta variant of the corona virus crude oil futures fell just under one percent today on the new york mercantile exchange to settle at seventy fifty six a barrel. I'm jack speer. Npr news in washington.

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04:51 min | 10 months ago

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"On the more than one. Trillion dollar bipartisan infrastructure. Bill dragging on senate majority leader. Chuck schumer is warning senators. They may be working this weekend. Npr style snyder reports. Senator schumer has sought to get florida started on a bipartisan bill. But republicans block such a move last week and now negotiators missed a monday deadline for an agreement. Schumer wants to keep the wheels turning. He says it's time for everyone to get to yes. Senators should be on notice that the senate may stay in session through the weekend in order to finish the bipartisan infrastructure bill. The framework of the bill was announced weeks ago but details are still being hashed out. The bipartisan measure includes some five hundred seventy nine billion dollars a new spending for public works projects. Democrats want to follow it up with a much broader three and a half trillion dollars. Go it alone. Bill before the senate lease where. It's august recess trial snyder. Npr news new york city is imposing a new mask mandate npr's rosemary missouri. Reports at the new rule applies to unvaccinated city workers. Starting august second the city will require all its unvaccinated employees to wear proper face coverings at all times when they are working indoors. Mayor bill to blasio says he's going to get tough. If a city government employees does not wear a mask indoors and their unvaccinated there. Unfortunately we'll have to be consequences because we have to take seriously if someone's unvaccinated. Unfortunately they pose a threat to themselves but they also have a greater chance of spreading the disease. This new mandate is part of the city strategy to stem the rise in positive cases and put pressure on new yorkers to get back stated citywide nearly sixty percent of residents have had the first dose rosemary misteri. Npr news new york at the olympic games in tokyo american swimmer. Lydia jacoby has won the gold medal in the women's one hundred meter breaststroke and katie lucky won silver in the four hundred meter freestyle. Npr's leila faldo spoke with some of the us olympic athletes. About what it's like competing with no roaring crowds in the stands. They're not saying it's affecting them. They talk about having that sort of roar of excitement when they do something spectacular. I think about half now tunisian. He took only the fifth gold medal for his country ever. He had the slowest qualifying time in the four hundred meter freestyle race and he won that race and the only person cheering for him was his coach. Npr's leila bottle in tokyo. North and south korea have restored communication channels and agree to improve relations that announcement coming on the sixty eighth anniversary of the armistice that ended the korean war. The presidential office in seoul says the move follows several written exchanges between leaders of both nations in the past few months. You're listening to npr news. A south carolina prosecutor has declined to bring charges against to charleston. County jail workers involved in the videotape death of thirty one year. Old jamal sutherland. Scarlett wilson says. She can't prove that the guards killed sutherland. On purpose sutherland was being held on a misdemeanor. Charge an allegedly refusing to attend the bond hearing when the guards repeatedly taste him knelt on his back until he out. The justice department is investigating. There's an outcry in brazil over recent meeting between president jaya bolsonaro and a far right german politician. Npr's philip reeves has that story. The meeting was between both nato and beatrice fahnestock. She's a leader of the afdc. An anti immigration party that's been accused of xenophobia and racism. It only became public when she posted details on instagram. A leading brazilian jewish organization is condemning. The meeting saying some afc leaders have minimalized. Nazi atrocities. The issues been seized on by boston out. His opponents who've long painted him as an extremist. They say there was more proof of that recently. When bolsonaro threatened to cancel next year's elections and that's the voting systems changed flip breeze. Npr news radio nato authorities in miami dade county have identified the remains of the last person listed as missing in the condo collapse and serve side florida fifty four year old. St hadi was among the ninety eight. People who perished in the disaster first responders and others formerly ended their search for victims last friday. Authorities are still gathering evidence for investigations into what caused the building to fall down. This is npr news support. This message comes from npr sponsor. Dana farber cancer institute. Who showed how the immune system can be enabled to attack cancer cells. This led to further discoveries against hodgkin lymphoma melanoma and other cancers learn more at danafarber dot org slash everywhere..

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"I'm giles snyder. The tokyo olympics are taking place amid tight restrictions. Because of the pandemic organizers say infections among athletes and other people linked to the games has climbed to one hundred twenty seven heat and humidity is also becoming an issue. The heat index in tokyo made it feel like one hundred degrees today. Despite the heat serbian tennis star novak djokovic won his first match at the tokyo olympics gag getting through the first round of the men's singles. Competition amperes mentally ill barco reports. No that joke rich already won the australian open french open and wimbledon this year. Now he's going for a golden grand slam at the olympics. He told reporters in tokyo. He hopes to join steffi graf as the only players to win all four majors and a gold medal the same year. I know he's three on the line. I'm privileged and motivated to be in this position. I've worked very hard to be there. Let's talk about history if if everything goes great here. Jovic said for now. He's just focusing match by match monday. Delbarco npr news. Tokyo new york city mayor. Bill de blasios says it's time for more vaccine mandates npr's rosemary misteri reports that his administration is calling on private companies to take action with just over half of new yorkers fully vaccinated de blasios pushing for more to get their first dose earlier. This week the mayor gave an ultimatum to the city's healthcare workers get vaccinated or go through weekly testing now. He is asking employers to include vaccination requirements as part of the return to office protocol. The mayor is reversing his previous voluntary and incentive based approach overgrowing concerns. It's not effective infection rates in new york city arising steadily with the spread of the highly contagious delta variant rosemary miss dairy npr news washington missouri. Attorney general eric. Schmidt says he'll lawsuit to stop a new mask. Mandate from going into effect in saint louis and saint louis county health officials say the mandate will be reinstituted on monday even for those who are who are vaccinated after a steep sell off on monday. Stocks ended the week in record territory. Appears david gura says dow closed above thirty five thousand for the first time. Ever the snp and the nasdaq each ended the week up. More than two percent setting new records and the dow was up one percent. It was a powerful recovery after stocks took a dive amid concern about the delta variant and the covert nineteen case count in the us but companies continued to report strong earnings for the second quarter and that comforted investors over the last three months. The economy has strengthened as businesses have reopened and more people have gotten vaccinated and several tech companies including snap and twitter. Did better than expected. This is npr news crews from california and utah or do in montana. The montana governor says they're expected to arrive today to help. Fight the devils creek fire which is burning near the rural town of jordan. Windblown flames from that fire injured five firefighters earlier this week. The devils creek fires one of dozens burning in western states in california governor gavin newsom has declared a state of emergency for four northern california counties. Rescue teams in western. India are searching for survivors following flooding and landslides sparked by torrential monsoon rain. More than one hundred people are reported. Dead maharashtra state. Experts say the region is being hit by the heaviest july rains in years. Guatemala's attorney general has dismissed. The country's leading anti corruption officials firing prompting criticism from the us and the international community has maria martin reports after his dismissal. This made public late. Friday anti impunity prosecutor juan francisco. Sandoval announcied fight. What he turned his illegal firing which he says come just as he was preparing new corruption investigations including cases involving high government officials in the administration of president alejandra giamatti members of congress and high court judges attorney general mighty bora said. The wall was fired for abuses and undermining her work. The biden administration special representative to central america and other. us officials are calling the dismissal. A blow to the fight against corruption and the rule of law in water. Malla for npr. News i'm mighty martin and i'm joyal snyder npr news..

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"Haitian president jovan elmo. Moe's who was gunned down at his home by assassins more than two weeks ago. Gunfire was heard nearby. A us delegation to the funeral returned home safely white house. Press secretary jen. Psaki says the. Us is deeply concerned about the unrest in eighty. Haiti's leaders must come together to chart a united path that reflects the will of the haitian people we remain committed to supporting the people of haiti in this challenging time. The state department has named a special on to haiti but the biden administration so far has resisted a request by haiti's interim leaders to send military troops to protect the country's infrastructure. The new leader of the us capitol. Police is vowing to help usher in a new chapter for the agency following the january. Sixth attack attack. Npr's cloudy corsellis talked to the new chief on his first day on the job. Tom major ran two of the biggest police departments in the dc metropolitan area in a career that spanned more than forty years in two thousand nineteen. He retired as police. Chief in montgomery county maryland thinking. He was done with policing but changed his mind on january. Six of this year. It was the first time since. I'd been retired that i wished that i was not retired. He says he wants the public to know. What capitol police are capable of in new hands. These men and women are dedicated professionals who frankly demonstrated amazing courage on january. Six major said the weaknesses of that day should not define the agency's officers in his new mission is to boost security for lawmakers and morale and resources for officers quasi. Npr news washington. A state of emergency was declared today in a rural county in nevada doodle wildfire. That is burn close to sixty thousand acres in nevada and california lucia starbuck with member station k. u. n. r. reports. The tamarack fire started as a lightning strike to a tree in a remote area in california early this month and earlier this week. The fire crossed state lines into nevada. It destroyed multiple structures is threatening more than twenty seven hundred homes enforcing at least thirty five hundred people to evacuate in one county. Nevada governor steve cisa lack declared the state of emergency to ensure douglas county receives the assistance. That's needed in the declaration. Sisley says the county is facing a resource shortage and needs help. Protecting people property in the county watersheds. That could be impacted by post fire erosion for npr news. I'm chia starbuck in reno. The largest wildfire on the us right now is the bootleg fire in southern oregon is now destroyed an area. Half the size of rhode island. This is npr news. The senate has unanimously confirmed to lgbtq veterans too key military positions npr's rosemary ms dairy reports. These are historic first for the pentagon. One year navy veteran. Sean skelly will serve as assistant secretary for readiness. She is the first transgender person to hold the position. Skelly as the former special assistant to the under secretary of defense for acquisition technology and logistics and the senate has also confirmed iraq war veteran gino ortiz jones to the post of undersecretary of the air force as a lesbian jones served under the military's now obsolete. Don't ask don't tell policy. Also a first generation american. She is the first woman of color to serve as under secretary of the air force. More than ten percent of biden's agency appointees identify as lgbtq rosemary. Misteri npr news washington firefighters in surf side. Florida officially ended their search for bodies. Today at the site of the collapsed condo building ninety seven people died in the june twenty-fourth collapse. One person is missing and his yet to be identified. Scientists continue to examine the debris but there are no more bodies to be found. The collapse prompted inspections of other aging residential towers. In florida since the champlain. Towers south suddenly came down and engineering. Report in nineteen eighty-one had identified structural problems that had not been addressed. I'm nora raum npr news..

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04:36 min | 10 months ago

"rosemary misteri" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Npr news in washington. I'm louise schiavone. Haiti slain president was laid to rest today in the northern city of cup huchon as npr's carrie kahn reports. The ceremony was marred by gunfire and the quick departure of us and un dignitaries. The funeral was held in president. Jovan end his hometown. His widow and the couple's three children are greeted by supporters. Many of whom shouted justice justice as the family arrived at the funeral site soon after gunfire reportedly broke out as moee supporter skirmished with police nearby u. s. ambassador to the un linda. Thomas greenfield till npr. She was whisked from the funeral for safety but had met privately with key officials to deliver the us as message. They have the support of the united states as they tried to deal with this crisis On the ground and we will continue to work with them to encourage them to stabilize the situation. She says she stressed to all leaders to tell their supporters to refrain from violence carrie kahn. Npr news mexico city. The senate made history today unanimously confirming to lgbtq veterans. Too key military positions npr's rosemary. Ms dairy has detail twenty year navy. Veteran sean skelly will serve as assistant secretary for readiness. She is the first transgender person to hold the position. Skelly as the former special assistant to the under secretary of defense for acquisition technology and logistics and the senate has also confirmed iraq war veteran gino ortiz jones to the post of undersecretary of the air force as a lesbian jones served under the military's now obsolete. Don't ask don't tell policy. Also a first generation american. She is the first woman of color to serve as under secretary of the air force. More than ten percent of biden's agency appointees identify as lgbtq rosemary misteri npr news washington a choking haze illuminated by orange flames and scorching embers now stretches over ninety one square miles of california chaparrals timberland reaching into the state of nevada. A lightning strike. On the fourth of july spark. The tamarack fire forcing the evacuation. Now of more than twenty four hundred homes. Mike do freeze is public information officer with the fire incident command. The fire is at about fifty eight thousand acres We're still at four percent contained They did add more containment on the north side That on the map today and But the fire a little bit bigger so the four percent remains the same. In oregon firefighters now estimate the bootleg fires about forty percent surrounded after burning around seventy homes wall street. The dow up two hundred thirty eight. The s&p five hundred up forty four. This is npr and san diego comic con officially kicks off today but like last year. The giant entertainment expo has gone online only this summer because of the pandemic. npr's petra mayor has more. The streets around the convention center are empty. No one's pitched an impromptu campsite in the mega line outside hall h. Where all the best panels are. Because there's no line this year. Instead the panels the art show the shopping and the eisner awards which celebrate the best in comic. Art are all online. As part of an event called comecon at home. There are a few other things missing this year. Neither marvel studios nor dc will be here. Dc is again holding. Its own event dc fandom in october but for fans of doctor who dexter the walking dead and other shows there's some panels to look forward to and there are plenty of exclusive toys. Collectibles to snag plus convention organizers. Say they're aiming to hold a small in-person event called comecon special edition in late november petro mayor. Npr news. four time grand slam tennis champion. Naomi osaka lit the cauldron of the historic summer olympic games in tokyo as that city and the world's struggle under the specter of a continued pandemic opening ceremonies were subdued and observe by a fraction of the many thousands of fans who would otherwise turn out to cheer the athletes hours before the ceremonies opened the us olympic and paralympic. Committee's medical chief said of the six hundred thirteen. Us athletes ready for competition about one hundred of not been vaccinated. The ioc estimates about eighty five percent of olympic village residents have been vaccinated. I'm louise schiavone. Npr news washington..

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04:39 min | 10 months ago

"rosemary misteri" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news. I'm lakshmi singh fire cruiser spending another day battling blazes in thirteen states. Most of them in the western. Us the fires fueled by extreme heat made worse by climate change npr's rosemary misteri reports fire agencies around the lookout for dry lightning predicted for today in the region that includes the nation's largest fire the bootleg fire in oregon in these hot and dry conditions. Lightning can worsen fires or start new ones. Jennifer miss is with the national interagency fire center. Dry lightning there is no moisture company and so that just abel's the spark when it touches it just automatically start to fire the grass the brush the trees that hasn't seen moisture in Months one spark on that is going to start a wildfire more than eighty. Large fires have already burned over. One million acres in a fire season then is expected to be longer than last year's rosemary. Ms dairy npr news the tampa. Bay buccaneers were special guests at the white house today. President biden honor the super bowl winning team noting that the nfl seasons meant a lot to the country during the pandemic induce locked down in the middle of a long dark winter. Every sunday people were able to sit down and watch play you create memories that help folks make it through and believe that we could get back to normal again but states are facing renew calls to bring back cove safety restrictions in light of the fast spreading delta variant of the virus and rising numbers of infections vaccinated member of the white house. Staff has tested positive for kovic nineteen as npr's timur keith reports. This is the first time the biden white house has acknowledged a case of cova among its staff but it isn't the first case white house. Press secretary jen. Psaki acknowledged the case of so-called breakthrough infection. Only after it came out in news reports the whitest medical unit has conducted contact tracing interviews determine no close contacts among white house principles or staff or the president The individual has mild symptoms We know that there will be breakthrough. Cases of but as instance chose cases in vaccinated individuals are typically mild when pressed by reporters sake said in the past six months there have been other cases of cova among white house staff who were vaccinated but they were not made public because the biden administration had only pledged to release information about cases among high ranking officials. Tamra keith. npr. News the whitehouse. Meanwhile house speaker. Nancy pelosi's office confirms the senior spokesperson. In the speaker's press office tested positive for corona virus after having contact with members of the texas state legislature last week that employee was also fully vaccinated. A statement from pelosi's office says the staff has not had contact with the house speaker since exposure. This is npr news. The suspect in the twenty nineteen california's synagogue. Shooting has pleaded guilty to murder and other charges. The san diego county district attorney's office says john t ernest will spend life in prison without the possibility of parole under the plea agreement. The twenty two year old avoids the death penalty. Ernest carried out the shooting at a synagogue on the last day of passover services in april of twenty nineteen. He killed one person and wounded three other people including a child. The department of homeland security is urging pipeline operators to take measures to protect themselves against cyber attacks. Npr's raphael nam reports. It's the agency second warning to these companies this year in a strongly-worded statement the dhs called on pipeline operators to adopt what the agency described as urgently needed protections against cyber intrusions. The second warning from the essence may comes after colonial was forced to shut down a critical pipeline earlier this year because of a ransomware attack. The closure of dat fuel line led to widespread panic buying in a surging. Gas prices cyber-attacks especially through ransomware demands are surging meat supplier j. b. s. has been another high-profile victim this year referendum. Npr news at last check on wall street. The dow jones industrial average was up five hundred eighty seven points. One point seven percents the open at thirty four thousand five hundred fifty one. The nasdaq is increased. Two hundred sixty three points. It's up one point. Eight percent the snp has risen one point seven percent. This is npr news..

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04:38 min | 10 months ago

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"Live from npr news in washington. I'm jack speer. Stocks fell sharply today amid concerns about a new spike in corona virus infections. Npr's scott horsely reports. The dow jones industrial average tumbled more than two percent investors are rattled by the rapid rise in new cova cases in countries where vaccines are not widely available and in parts of the united states. Where people have been slow to get the shots. The sharp drop in. Us stocks follows a similar selloff in overseas markets. Stock prices are plunging despite. What's expected to be a strong season of corporate profits s and p global intelligence predicts that earnings in nearly every industry. We'll show gains from a year ago. Oil prices also dropped sharply after opec and other big producers agreed to gradually expand output to meet rising demand that should help to lower the cost of gasoline. Though prices at the pump have not fallen yet scott horsely. Npr news washington also especially hard hit on this punishing day on the global financial markets airlines and cruise ship companies. Looking at the numbers. The dow dropped seven hundred and twenty five points today. The nasdaq was down one hundred and fifty two points. The s&p five hundred fell sixty eight points to end the session at forty to fifty eight a florida man who walked onto the floor of the us senate during the capital riot has been sense to eight months in federal prison as npr's ryan lucas reports. Paul hodgkin's is diverse january. Six defendant be sense for felony offense. Paul hodgkin's pleaded guilty to one count of obstructing inefficient preceding in court for sentencing hearing hodgkin's expressed remorse and said he took full responsibility for his quote foolish decision. Us district court judge randolph. Moss said the attack on the capital was a threat to democracy and utterly unacceptable but he had to several factors to determine hodgkin sentence including the fact that he didn't engage in violence or destroy property on january sixth and that hodgkin's was among the first to plead guilty ultimately judge moss sentence hodgkin's to eight months in prison and two years of probation ryan lucas. Npr news washington president. Joe biden this clarifying his previous statement that facebook is killing people. Npr's rosemary misteri reports on. What the president says he really meant. Reporters press biden about his remark during a white house. Press conference he says. The comment was not meant to be taken literally facebook telling people these twelve people were out there giving misinformation anyone listening to it is getting hurt by his killing. People spanned information. My hope is that facebook instead of taking the person that somehow i'm saying facebook. Is kelly people that they would do something about the misinformation binds initial comments were made in response to a recent report that found most vaccine misinformation originated from twelve people on facebook. The social media platform has been pushing back denying culpability rosemary. Ms dairy npr news. You're listening to npr. Ben and jerry's ice cream says it will no longer sell its ice cream. In the israeli occupied palestinian territories it's also ending its relationship with local manufacturer in israel. Npr's daniel estrin reports from jerusalem. A company statement said it is quote inconsistent with our values for ben and jerry's to be sold in the occupied palestinian territory. It said it will keep selling in israel but won't renew it's license with an israeli manufacturer of ben and jerry's locally. It's unclear if the company means to block sales to palestinian consumers and jewish settlers occupied territory. Or how it would. This follows a pro palestinian campaign protesting ben and jerry's sales in settlements israeli prime minister tally bennett called the move. Anti israeli. the foreign minister said it's antisemitic and called on. Us states with laws. against israel. boycotts to sanction. Ben and jerry's daniel estrin npr news jerusalem fully vaccinated. Us citizens will be allowed to travel across the border to canada effective next month and people from other parts of the world who received their shots will be allowed in early september canadian officials announcing that as of august ninth americans were fully vaccinated are currently residing the us who no longer be required to spend fourteen days in quarantine public safety minister. Bill blair said today that a date for fully vaccinated canadians to cross the landlord. The us still isn't known canadians can currently fly into the us. Crude oil futures prices closed down today. Oil down five dollars and thirty. Nine cents bailed end the session at sixty six dollars. Forty two cents a barrel in new york. I'm jack speer. Npr news in washington..

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