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01:42 min | 2 years ago

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"Jor to electron cards news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Shay Stevens. The house oversight committee has voted twenty four to fifteen to hold attorney general William bar, and comer secretary will progress in contempt of congress NPR's Kelsey Snell reports that both officials have refused to comply with the committee's investigation into the twenty twenty census house oversight committee chairman Elisha coming says Democrats have been asking for a year for the Trump administration to turn over documents related to a controversial plan to ETA citizenship question to the twenty twenty census the committee vote, paves the way for Cummings to pursue legal action against both bar and Ross in civil court and Kelsey Snell. Reporting former White House communications director hope Hicks, has agreed to a closed-door interview with the house today. She committee Hicks failed to answer a congressional subpoena last month after the Trump administration insisted she and other witnesses were protected by executive privilege. The judiciary. Mitty wants to hear from Hicks because of her key role in the special counsel, probe, Delaware has become the only state in the nation to impose a fee on drug manufacturers that dispense opioids their Delaware public media Sarah Mueller reports that families affected by the opioid epidemic say the new law will save lives, Delaware will tax rug makers based on the strength as well as the quantity of opioid pills dispensed in the state, the money will go to drug treatment programs. Mary fish, hockey son died of an opioid overdose in two thousand fifteen she says she hopes the new law, we'll stop manufacturers from pushing doctors to over prescribe the pills, and I'm so glad it's here now..

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02:53 min | 2 years ago

"sarah mueller" Discussed on KQED Radio

"But I'm I'm so sad. It wasn't here for parents like mandate. You know the needed when our kids were struggling a judge struck down a similar law in New York last year for language, barring companies from passing the fee onto consumers. Critics say Delaware's new law may lead to higher prescription costs and drug shortages. For NPR news. I'm Sarah Mueller in Dover Ford, Motor Company is recalling more than one million of its popular explorer, SUV's, as Michigan public radio's Tracey Samuelson reports the ONA maker, says, part of the vehicle suspension can break after too many bumpy rides. The automaker says apart in the rear suspension of twenty eleven to twenty seventeen Ford Explorer, SUV's can break, if it's exposed to frequent, quote giants and rebound in the rear suspension, that's an industry term of art. That just means a lot of big up and down bounces from hitting bumps in the road, or on trails in Michigan in particular vehicles, can be exposed to bumps from hitting the. Potholes that dot the state's road system. Ford says the part in the rear suspension, brakes, it can significantly diminish steering control increasing the risk of a crash. The automaker will replace the part that can break with a stronger part. Tracey Samuelson, reporting, this is NPR news. A British maritime safety group is warning of an unspecified instant in the Gulf of Oman near the Iranian coast. The United Kingdom maritime trade operations, which is part of the British Royal Navy is calling for extreme caution in the region. The advisory comes amid heightened tensions between the US and Ron. Another incident in the disputed waters of the South China Sea has heightened tensions in that region. The Philippine defense minister claims Chinese vessel Sanca Filipino fishing boat than deserted, the distress twenty two man crew as NPR's Julie McCarthy reports from a nila. The Filipino crew were rescued by Vietnamese shipping vessel in the area. What's being described as it collision took place, Sunday night, June ninth on Wednesday Defense Secretary Delfin on denounced China for what he called the cowardly action of the Chinese fishing vessel that he said had abandoned? The Filipino crew to the mercy of the elements as he put it. He thanked Vietnamese for coming to their aid the Filipinos claim that fishing boat. F B Guimba, one was anchored when a Chinese vessel struck it in the vicinity of read Bank northeast of the contested Spratly islands a twenty sixteen international tribunal rule the area as Philippine waters, but China has ignored the ruling the Chinese embassy in Manila could not be read. For comment. Julie McCarthy NPR news, Manila on stock markets in Asia shares are mixed lower in Hong Kong where an extradition Bill has sparked mass protests over two days in the past week..

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"sarah mueller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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02:10 min | 2 years ago

"sarah mueller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"But they are the majority of Americans wary. The gun owner say they'll continue to fight the legislation for NPR news. I'm Sarah Mueller in Dover. Availed abortions at six weeks of pregnancy has been approved by Ohio's legislature. Governor Mike dewine says he'll sign it. An abortion rights groups say they will file suit to block the law. This is NPR news. European Union leaders agreed to give Britain more time to prepare to leave. The EU the agreement moves the Brexit deadline from this Friday to Cobra thirty first Prime Minister Theresa May, June thirtieth cutoff date, plus a clause giving Britain the flexibility to leave sooner if parliament agrees on an exit plan. French president Emmanuel Macron also wanted a shorter deadline extension as well, but calls the compromise reached in Brussels on Wednesday the best way to preserve the unity of the rest of the EU and Cuban leader, Raul Castro is warning his country to brace for hard times. In the coming months as NPR's. Carrie Kahn reports Castro says, the United States will be to blame. Cast just says that increase economic actions against Venezuela causing shortages in Cuba. Any urge citizens to brace for the worst than Suelas Cuba's main trading partner provides the country with critical oil supplies Castro step down as president last year. But still has the country. Ruling communist party he slammed the US government for its increasingly threatening tone against Cuba Venezuela, as the crisis in Venezuela worsens, so does the situation for Cubans basic foods, including eggs and flour have been increasingly difficult to find Castro said, he does not see a return to the dire economic conditions of the late nineteen ninety s known as the special period after the collapse of the Soviet Union. But he did one that worst times are ahead for Cuba. Carrie Kahn, NPR news on stock markets in Asia. Shares are mostly lower following gains. On Wall Street. The Dow at six point, I'm Shay Stevens..

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"sarah mueller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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03:21 min | 2 years ago

"sarah mueller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is all of WNYC, Alison, Stewart, the life and possible death of talented, but destructive nineties grunge rock star is at the heart of a new movie starring Elizabeth moss. It's called her smell and was written and directed by Alex Ross Perry. He will join us in studio, and we have a new collaboration to tell you about this time with the New York Times culture publication t magazine WNYC's chief archivist Andy lands that found some amazing taped Madaka memory about Marcus Garvey. And we'll stop by the studio and the real life story of female spy during World War Two she shed her pedigree young society lady to go undercover to fight the Nazis, the author of a woman of no importance Sonya per cell. Will will join us. I'm Alison Stewart all of it is coming your way right after the news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. Attorney general William bar is accusing the US intelligence community of spying on the Trump campaign as NPR's Ryan Lucas reports bar is offering no evidence to support his accusation bar told lawmakers he plans to review the Genesis in the conduct of intelligence activities directed at the Trump campaign in two thousand sixteen asked by democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen white he felt the need to do that bar said this. I think there's a spying did occur. Yes. I think spying occur. Well, let me question is whether it was predicated adequately predicated, and I'm not suggesting it wasn't really predicated. Republicans in congress have repeatedly accused the FBI and Justice department of abusing their surveillance powers and targeting Trump associates Barr says he believes spine on a US political campaign would be a big deal and he wants to ensure that strict rules governing how American intelligence agencies and law enforcement used their surveillance capabilities. We're not violated Ryan. Lucas NPR news, Washington. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is not offering any promises that he'll comply with a demand for several years of President Trump's tax returns. Mnuchin says is department needs more time to decide whether to comply. Here's Mnuchin in an exchange with democratic congressman Mike quickly as anybody in the administration communicate with anybody in your office about this decision. Our legal department has had conversations prior to receiving the letter with the White House. General counsel manasian says the committee's request for Trump's tax returns raises serious issues about the scope congressional investigative authority and the constitutional rights of American citizens. Trump is repeatedly says he hasn't released his tax returns. Because he's being audited asserting that most Americans don't care. There's a battle brewing in Delaware over gun control Latian Sarah Mueller from Delaware public media reports the proposals drew hundreds of gun owners to the state capital on Wednesday. Gun rights advocates claim they'll give no ground on their second amendment rights. The three bills would ban assault style, weapons, high capacity, magazines and require permits for gun purchases. Delaware attorney general Kathy Jennings. Says most people in the state want these restrictions..

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02:09 min | 2 years ago

"sarah mueller" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"But they are the majority of Americans. The gun owner say they'll continue to fight the legislation for NPR news. I'm Sarah Mueller in Dover a Bill to ban abortions at six weeks of pregnancy has been approved by Ohio's legislature. Governor Mike dewine says he'll sign it. An abortion rights groups say they will file suit to block the law. This is NPR news. European Union leaders have agreed to give Britain more time to prepare to leave. The EU the agreement moves the Brexit deadline from this Friday to October thirty first Prime Minister, Theresa may sort of June thirtieth cutoff date, plus a clause giving Britain the flexibility to leave sooner if parliament agrees on an exit plan. French president Emmanuel Macron also wanted a shorter deadline extension as well, but calls the compromise reached in Brussels on Wednesday the best way to preserve the unity of the rest of the EU and Cuban leader, Raul Castro is warning his country to brace for hard times. In the coming months as NPR's Carrie Kahn reports Castro says, the United States will be to blame. Plus just says that increase economic actions against Venezuela causing shortages in Cuba. And he urged citizens to brace for the worst than Suelas Cuba's main trading partner provides the country with critical oil supplies Castro step down as president last year. But still heads the country. She's ruling communist party he slammed the US government for its increasingly threatening tone against Cuban Venezuela. And as the crisis in Venezuela worsens, so does the situation for Cubans basic foods, including eggs and flour have been increasingly difficult to find Castro said, he does not see a return to the dire economic conditions of the late nineteen ninety s known as the special period after the collapse of the Soviet Union. But he did warn that worst times are ahead for Cuba. Carrie Kahn, NPR news on stock markets in Asia. Shares are mostly lower following gains. On Wall Street. The Dow added six points, I'm Shay Stevens..

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02:59 min | 2 years ago

"sarah mueller" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"One A we'll get to meet Robert Caro, he's one of America's preeminent biographers. His research is meticulous. And at times has bordered on the maniacal willing not just camp out on a story. But to physically move house in order to get it as the world awaits his final volumes on Lyndon Johnson. Carol has a new memoir out laying out what he does. And how he does it. I have so many questions for Robert Caro. I'll bet you do too. You can Email us one at W A M U dot org. Connect on Facebook or tweet us at one eight. News in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. Attorney general William bar is accusing the US intelligence community of spying on the Trump campaign as NPR's Ryan Lucas reports bar is offering no evidence to support his accusation bar told lawmakers he plans to review the Genesis in the conduct of intelligence activities directed at the Trump campaign in two thousand sixteen asked by democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen why he felt a need to do that bar said this I think there's spying did occur. Yes. I think spying did occur. Well, let me question is whether it was predicated adequately predicated, and I'm not suggesting it wasn't really predicated. Republicans in congress have repeatedly accused the FBI and Justice department of abusing the surveillance powers in targeting Trump associates Barr says he believes spying on a US political campaign would be a big deal and he wants to ensure that strict rules governing how American intelligence agencies and law enforcement used surveillance capabilities. We're not violated Ryan. Lucas NPR news, Washington. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is not offering any promises that he'll comply with the demand for several years of President Trump's tax returns. Mnuchin says is department needs more time to decide whether to comply. Here's Mnuchin in an exchange with democratic congressman Mike quickly as anybody in the administration communicate with anybody in your office about this decision. Our legal department has had conversations prior to receiving the letter with the White House. General counsel Mnuchin says the committee's request for Trump's tax returns raises serious issues about the scope congressional investigative authority and the constitutional rights of American citizens. Trump has repeatedly says he hasn't released his tax returns. Because he's being audited asserting that most Americans don't care. There's a battle brewing in Delaware over gun control legislation. Sarah Mueller from Delaware public media reports the proposals drew hundreds of gun owners to the state capital on Wednesday. Gun rights advocates claim they'll give no ground on their second amendment rights. The three pills would ban assault style, weapons, high capacity, magazines and require permits for gun purchases. Delaware attorney general Cathy Jennings. Says most people in the state want these restrictions..

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"sarah mueller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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01:36 min | 2 years ago

"sarah mueller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Anybody who would run. Anybody who would run took aim at President Donald Trump in the speech criticizing the president's rhetoric the audience shouted support for Biden's presidential campaign. He's expected to announce soon whether he'll run for NPR news. I'm Sarah Mueller in Delaware. And this is NPR news. Memorial services being held in Ethiopia today a week after the deadly crash of a jetliner that killed all one hundred fifty seven people on board the services being held as French investigators say they're getting their first clues from the plane's voice and data recorders, the the opium crash in one in October in Indonesia, both involved the Boeing seven thirty-seven max, eight planes have been grounded make questions about the plane software flooding in eastern, Nebraska and western Iowa's washed out roads and bridges and prompted evacuations this week in a now, the concern is turning to communities downstream, especially along the Missouri river singer NAT king Cole is being remembered today in his hometown of Montgomery, Alabama on what would have been his one hundredth birthday. Troy public radio's Kyle Gass. It has this look back at the singer's thirty year career win the Faneuil Adams Coles was born in Montgomery in nineteen nineteen. His father was a minister at a local Baptist church the same place where his mother led the choir. Like many other black families at the time. They moved away from the south and extreme racial discrimination to Chicago Cole.

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03:27 min | 2 years ago

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"The splendid table APM American public media. And I'm Francis land. You know, when you walk into a place, and they're hawking dollar oyster will turn around and walk out. The sure sign that you don't want to be eating those oysters is if they look like they were opened by seagulls. And by that, I mean the way seagulls open is they they pick them up, and they fly really high in the early drop them on rocks. So they're is they're open. But there's there's shards of shell everywhere. There's certain them the seagull test as your final God that is Dan Sousa from America's test kitchen and this week we're all about wasters, but not in a fluffy way. We're talking to hoist her farmers here. The incredible story of the first celebrity, and we'll get deep into Chinese waster sauce. That's all this hour on the splendid table. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Giles Snyder. The number of fatalities in Friday's mass shooting in Christ's church. New Zealand has climbed to fifty dozens of injured remain in the hospital, including a four year old girl. Two of the victims are in critical condition. The main suspect have been identified as twenty eight year old Britain Harrison to rant and Australian national. He's been charged with murder and is due back in court on April fifth expected to face more charges appears Julie McCarthy has been following developments. New Zealand police Commissioner Mike Busch said police had been removing the bodies of the dead from both crime scenes, the all new or mask and the Lynnwood mosque when they made their grim discovery. One more body pushing the death toll higher under Islamic law. The dead are to be interred as quickly as possible. Ideally within twenty four hours, the Commissioner said authorities are aware of the cultural and religious needs. And that coroner's pathologists are working as swiftly as possible to. From the identities of the victims and their cause of death. He said the two others arrested in the wake of the Christ Church massacre have been cleared in connection with it. The police are trying to confirm whether the suspected shooter inspired by extremist white supremacy ideology, acted alone. Julie McCarthy NPR news. In Paris this weekend. A tale of two marches yellow vests protesters returned to the streets for the eighteenth street weekend, their protests turned violent amid confrontations with police cross town. There was a largely peaceful March again row reports drew tens of thousands to call attention to climate change. Organizers called the demonstration the March of the century. Protesters say the French government isn't doing enough to fight climate change, even though it says, it's a priority. President Emmanuel Macron has branded himself as a leader on environmental issues. But critics say it's all talk climate change marchers. We're going to join up with the yellow vests, but the yellow vest gathering on the shoulder of these almost immediately turned into looting and violence players. Police say some two hundred people were arrested amid the violence of the yellow vest demonstrations, former vice president Joe Biden appeared to announce a run for president this weekend. But just for a moment Sarah Mueller from a Delaware public media reports on Biden's keynote speech at a state Democratic Party. Dinner while Biden didn't officially announce a run for president he delivered. What sounded like a campaign speech, Biden defended his record in office. And in the process seemed to make a slip of the tongue. The most progressive record of anybody running for the if.

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03:41 min | 2 years ago

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"About these people. And I can also I tell you that I'll Vadim contact with my straying colleagues. They have now information. Pedal by the Commissioner Bush says a man has been charged with murder and will appear in court tomorrow, but he would not say whether the same shooters responsible for both attacks. The New Zealand government is now making plans for national security committee to investigate the mosque attacks in Christ Church as the BBC's I will griffis reports Christ Church residents are no longer being told to stay indoors the one. Bit of good news is the lockdown has been lifted that suggesting that the police believe may be that there is no longer an active direct threat to people on the streets. However, there is this unprecedented measure to tell all the mosques across New Zealand's, not just Christ's church. Not just the silent across the country to close that Dole's potentially in fear of maybe either another part of an orchestrated attack or a copycat attack knowing that there are four people apprehended, it is clear that there's an element of planning that has gone into this attack in Christ Church. The fear may be. That it could be someone in that city or elsewhere. New Zealand also involved the BBC's Hywel Griffiths reporting students in hundreds of cities around the world are taking to the streets today to protest government's failure to address climate change as NPR's Jeff Brady tells us young folks across the country plan to take part in today's youth climate strike to protest is inspired by Swedish teenager, Greta Thunberg, who skipped school last summer launching similar protests around the world US organizers planned to hold a Vincent just about every state twelve year old haven. Coleman of Denver is co-founder of the US youth climate strike. She says the goal is to get older generations to take action. I think that I wanna see some like adult actually being like oh goodness. Kids took time to plan like mass strikes across the whole world. Dang, we should do something in the US. Organizers platform includes a call for lawmakers to pass the green new deal. Jeopardy. NPR news. Electric car maker, tesla is looking to win over consumers with its latest sports utility vehicle. The model y SUV is an all electric alternative and the most popular segment of the auto market right now, the CEO says it also Tesla's most important product yet as it attempts to expand into the mainstream and generate enough cash to repay its massive debts. The automaker has been restructuring in the process. You're listening to NPR news. After weeks of political gridlock. British politicians have chosen to delay. The country's departure from the European Union. Parliament voted to postpone the Brexit deal until at least June thirtieth giving the UK time to avert a chaotic withdrawal. The vote is humbling for Prime Minister Theresa may who has been two years telling Britain's they were leaving the block at the end of this month. In delaware. Lawmakers are considering a plan to overhaul the state's criminal Justice system. Sarah Mueller reports from Delaware public media more than seventy percent of inmates released from Delaware prisons are back behind bars within three years the bills aim to reduce the rate every citizen and inequities in current law. Delaware attorney general Cathy Jennings. Says now is the time to push for comprehensive change we have to return to an individualized system of Justice that does not rely on the stacking.

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03:41 min | 2 years ago

"sarah mueller" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Any information about these people. And I can also tell you that I'll vein in contact with my straying colleagues. They have now information all at all by Commissioner. Bush says a man has been charged with murder and will appear in court tomorrow, but he would not say whether the same shooters responsible for both attacks. The New Zealand government is now making plans for national security committee to investigate the mosque attacks in Christ Church as the BBC's I will Griffiths reports Christ's church residents are no longer being told to stay indoors the one. Bit of good news is the lockdown has been lifted that suggesting that the police believe be that there is no longer an active direct threat to people on the streets. However, there is this unprecedented measure to tell all the mosques across New Zealand, not just Christ's church. Not just a silent across the country to close that Dole's potentially in fear of maybe either 'nother part of an orchestrated attack or a copycat. Attack knowing that there are four people apprehended. It is clear that there's an element of planning that has gone into this attack and Christ Church the fear may be that it could be someone in that city or elsewhere in New Zealand also involved, the BBC's Hywel Griffiths reporting students in hundreds of cities around the world are taking to the streets today to protest government's failure to address climate change as NPR's Jeff Brady tells us young folks across the country plan to take part in today's youth climate strike protesters inspired by Swedish teenager, Greta Thunberg, who skipped school last summer launching similar protests around the world US organizers planned to hold events and just about every state twelve year old haven. Coleman of Denver is co-founder of the US youth climate strike. She says the goal is to get older generations to take action. I think that I wanna see some like adult actually being like oh goodness. Kids to time to plan like mass strikes across the whole world. Gang. We should do something in the US. Organizers platform includes a call for lawmakers to pass the green new deal. Jeff Brady NPR news. Electric car maker, tesla is looking to win over consumers with its latest sports utility vehicle. The model y SUV is an all electric alternative and the most popular segment of the auto market right now. The says it also Tesla's most important product yet as it attempts to expand to the mainstream generate enough cash to repay its massive debts. The automaker has been restructuring in the process. You're listening to NPR news. After weeks of political gridlock. British politicians have chosen to delay. The country's departure from the European Union. Parliament voted to postpone the Brexit deal until at least June thirtieth giving the UK time to avert a chaotic withdrawal. The vote is humbling for Prime Minister Theresa may who has been two years telling Britain's they were leaving the block at the end of this month. In delaware. Lawmakers are considering a plan to overhaul the state's criminal Justice system. Sarah Mueller reports from Delaware public media more than seventy percent of inmates released from Delaware prisons are back behind bars within three years the bills aim to reduce the rate of recidivism and inequities in current law. Delaware attorney general Cathy Jennings. Says now is the time to push for comprehensive change we have to return to an individualized system of Justice that does not rely on the stacking of.

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05:14 min | 2 years ago

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"East village. The creator stomp join us today and Pulitzer prize winning play, right? Lynn nods is known for her searing and serious dramas. But did you notice you have a knack for screwball comedy for play? By the way. Meet VERA stark is all about a young black man who wants to be an actress and her quest for fame in old Hollywood, it's being staged at the signature theatre Lynn, and the show's director Kamilah Forbes will be our guests. This is all of it. I'm Alison Stewart, and I'm gonna meet you on the other side of the news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Nora raum. President Trump is in Hanoi where he presided over a signing ceremony with his Vietnamese counterpart Vietnamese carriers have agreed to purchase one hundred ten planes from US company. Boeing Mr. Trump raised his host on behalf of the United States. I want to thank you very much for hosting and hopefully great things will happen later on with our meeting, but a lot of good things are happening before, and that's the signing of trade deals with the United States. And we appreciate it very much. Thank you. Mr President, the president is in Hanoi where he'll meet with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN for the second round of nuclear talks. President Trump's former personal lawyer is to testify in public Wednesday on the president's personal and business dealings. Various media outlets are reporting that Michael Cohen says he'll provide documents that he says prove the president committed illicit acts NPR is not been able to verify. That report Cohen is expected to be asked about payments. He made to women not to talk about alleged affairs with the president has pleaded guilty to lying congress lying to congress in two thousand seventeen and to campaign finance violations. He's served three years in prison. The house voted to terminate President Trump's declaration of a national emergency at the US Mexico border NPR's Kelsey Snell reports two hundred and forty five house members, including thirteen Republicans voted to deny Trump's move to access funds to build a wall without congressional consent. The measure is what's known as a privileged resolution and that comes with special rules, including a requirement that the Senate vote within about three weeks. Unlike most legislation emotion to disapprove of a presidential order needs. Only a simple majority to be approved in the Senate or the outcome remains on clear. The White House is already threatening. The Trump will veto the legislation if it passes and neither chamber is expected to have enough votes to overrule him. Kelsey Snell, NPR news, Washington. Former vice president Joe Biden is dropping his strongest hint yet that he's edging closer to announcing at twenty twenty presidential run Sarah Mueller from Delaware. Public media has more on the story violence conversation with historian John reach him. I'm presidential attributes turned to his twenty twenty plants Biden says he's very close to a decision and his family is supportive. But he says he's uneasy about them enduring what could be brutal campaign, primarily will be very difficult and the general election running against President Trump. I don't think he's likely to stop at anything, and whomever. He runs against Biden also says he wants to be sure of having a reasonable chance of becoming the democratic nominee. He says he doesn't want his campaign to be a fool's errand. For NPR news. I'm Sarah Mueller in Delaware. This is NPR news from Washington. Authorities in Long Island say a commuter train struck a vehicle Tuesday night, all three people in the vehicle were killed. Police say the vehicle was trying to beat the gate and get through an intersection before the train when it was hit. Several people on the train suffered minor injuries. In the rural mountains of Oregon an Amtrak train stranded on snowy tracks with almost two hundred people aboard is once again on the move. Rachel McDonald from member station K L C C caught up with some of the passengers who were stranded for more than thirty six hours. The passengers were not allowed outside the train during their ordeal. But they had food and heat. Diane McMillan-Scott, tack of Newport, Oregon is on her way to Martinez, California. She says the worst part was the lack of cell service for her son of the nice people were nice enough to share their phones. So we can let our family to know that we were we weren't lost somewhere in the wilderness. But my friends have encouraged me to come home. It's not a good omen. I think I'm going to try to get a flight and get to my right destination. Get out of here. The region was hit with a rare heavy snowstorms Sunday night. The train was stopped by snow and down trees for NPR news. I'm Rachel McDonald. In Eugene, Oregon, the United Methodist Church voted Tuesday to strengthen its bans on same sex marriage and the ordination of LGBT clergy delegates defeated a measure, which would have allowed regional and local bodies to decide that issue for themselves. The United Methodist Church is the second largest Protestant denomination in the US, many other mainline Protestant denominations have embraced.

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05:22 min | 2 years ago

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"Michael Krasny. Coming up on forum. Former FCC chairman Tom Wheeler will join us to talk about the future of net neutrality and his new book from Gutenberg to Google the history of our future. Then at ten thirty. I have more experience in government than the president. I have more executive experience than the vice president. I have more military experience than anyone to arrive at that desk since George H W Bush twenty twenty democratic presidential candidate Pete Buddha. Judge will join us in the studio. Two term mayor of south bend, Indiana. He's openly gay a Rhode scholar and a veteran of the war in Afghanistan. It's coming up after the news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Nora raum. President Trump is in Hanoi where he presided over his signing ceremony with his Vietnamese counterpart Vietnamese carriers have agreed to purchase one hundred ten planes from US company. Boeing Mr. Trump praised his host on behalf of the United States. I want to thank you very much for hosting and hopefully things will happen later on with our meeting, but a lot of good things are happening before, and that's the signing of trade deals with the United States. And we appreciate it very much. Thank you. Mr President, the president is in Hanoi where he'll meet with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN for their second round of nuclear talks. President Trump's former personal lawyer is to testify in public Wednesday on the president's personal and business dealings. Various media outlets are reporting that Michael Cohen says he'll provide documents that he says prove the president committed illicit acts NPR has not been able to verify that report. Cohen is expected to be asked about payments. He made to women not to talk about alleged affairs with the president coming has pleaded guilty to lying congress lying to congress in two thousand seventeen and to campaign finance violations. He's disturbed three years in prison. The house voted to terminate President Trump's declaration of a national emergency at the US Mexico border NPR's Kelsey Snell reports two hundred and forty five house members, including thirteen Republicans voted to deny Trump's move to access funds to build a wall without congressional consent. The measure is what's known as a privileged resolution and that comes with special rules, including a requirement that the Senate vote within about three weeks. I'm like, most legislation emotion to disapprove of presidential order needs. Only a simple majority to be approved in the Senate where the outcome remains on clear. The White House is already threatening that Trump will veto the legislation if it passes and neither chamber is expected to have enough votes to overrule him. Kelsey Snell, NPR news, Washington. Former vice president Joe Biden is driving. His strongest hint yet that he's edging closer to announcing at twenty twenty presidential run Sarah Mueller from Delaware. Public media has more on the story Biden's conversation with historian John reach him. I'm presidential attributes turned to his twenty twenty plants Biden says he's very close to a decision and his family is supportive. But he says he's uneasy about them enduring what could be a brutal campaign, primarily it'll be very difficult and the general election running against President Trump. I don't think he's likely to stop at anything, and whomever. He runs against Biden also says he wants to be sure of having a reasonable chance of becoming the democratic nominee. He says he doesn't want his campaign to be a fool's errand. For NPR news. I'm Sarah Mueller in Delaware. This is NPR news from Washington. Authorities in Long Island say a commuter train struck a vehicle Tuesday night, all three people in the vehicle were killed. Police say the vehicle was trying to beat the gate and get through an intersection before the train when it was hit. Several people on the train suffered minor injuries. In the rural mountains of Oregon an Amtrak train stranded on snowy tracks with almost two hundred people aboard is once again on the move. Rachel McDonald from member station K L C C caught up with some of the passengers who were stranded for more than thirty six hours. The passengers were not allowed outside the train during their ordeal. But they had food and heat. Diane McMillan-Scott, tack of Newport, Oregon is on her way to Martinez, California. She says the worst part was the lack of cell service for her son of the nice people were nice enough to share their phones. So we can let our family to know that we were we weren't lost somewhere in the wilderness. But my friends have encouraged me to come home. It's not a good omen. But. I think I'm going to try to get a flight and get to my right destination. Get out of here. The region was hit with a rare heavy snowstorms Sunday night. The train was stopped by snow and down trees for NPR news. I'm Rachel McDonald. In Eugene, Oregon, the United Methodist Church voted Tuesday to strengthen its bans on same sex marriage and the ordination of LGBT clergy delegates defeated a measure, which would have allowed regional and local bodies to decide that issue for themselves. The United Methodist Church is the second largest Protestant denomination in the US, many other mainline Protestant denominations have embraced gay.

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"If North Korea gave up its nuclear weapons on the measles. Resurgence is bringing the vaccination debate back into the United States. Just look at the numbers measles went from something. Which was a lot more comment practically eliminated in two thousand and that's because of the vaccine Philip Hampshire with business news. Now, the has American given up on slimming weightwatchers sees a share price tumbled thirty percent. That's coming out. The latest world news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Nora raum. President Trump is in Hanoi where he presided over a signing ceremony with his Vietnamese counterpart Vietnamese carriers have agreed to purchase one hundred ten planes from US company. Boeing Mr. Trump praised his host on behalf of the United States. I wanna thank you very much for hosting and hopefully great things will happen later on with our meeting, but a lot of good things are happening before, and that's the signing of trade deals with the United States. And we appreciate it very much. Thank you. Mr President, the president is in Hanoi where he'll meet with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN for the second round of nuclear talks. President Trump's former personal lawyer is to testify in public Wednesday on the president's personal and business dealings. Various media outlets are reporting that Michael Cohen says he'll provide documents that he says prove the president committed illicit acts NPR is not been able to verify that. Report Cohen is expected to be asked about payments. He made to women not to talk about alleged affairs. With president Cohen has pleaded guilty to lying congress lying to congress in two thousand seventeen and to campaign finance violations. He's served three years in prison. The house voted to terminate President Trump's declaration of a national emergency at the US Mexico border NPR's Kelsey Snell reports two hundred and forty five house members, including thirteen Republicans voted to deny Trump's move to access funds to build a wall without congressional consent. The measure is what's known as a privileged resolution and that comes with special rules, including a requirement that the Senate vote within about three weeks. Unlike most legislation emotion to disapprove of a presidential order needs. Only a simple majority to be approved in the Senate where the outcome remains on clear. The White House is already threatening that Trump will veto the legislation if it passes and neither chamber is expected to have enough votes to overrule him. Kelsey Snell, NPR news, Washington. Former vice president Joe Biden is dropping his strongest hint yet that he's edging closer to announcing a twenty twenty presidential run Sarah Mueller from Delaware public. The media has more on the story Biden's conversation with historian John reach him. I'm presidential attributes turned to his twenty twenty plants Biden says he's very close to a decision and his family is supportive. And he says he's uneasy about them enduring what could be brutal campaign, primarily will be very difficult and the general election running against President Trump. I don't think he's likely to stop at anything, and whomever. He runs against Biden also says he wants to be sure of having a reasonable chance of becoming the democratic nominee. He says he doesn't want his campaign to be a fool's errand. For NPR news. I'm Sarah Mueller in Delaware. This is NPR news from Washington. Authorities in Long Island say a commuter train struck a vehicle Tuesday night, all three people in the vehicle were killed. Police say the vehicle was trying to beat the gate and get through an intersection before the train when it was hit. Several people on the train suffered minor injuries. In the rural mountains of Oregon an Amtrak train stranded on snowy tracks with almost two hundred people aboard is once again on the move. Rachel McDonald from member station K L caught up with some of the passengers who were stranded for more than thirty six hours. The passengers were not allowed outside the train during their ordeal. But they had food and heat. Diane McMillan-Scott, tack of Newport, Oregon is on her way to Martinez, California. She says the worst part was the lack of cell service for her some of the nice people were nice enough to share their phones. So we can let our family to know that we we weren't lost somewhere in the wilderness. But my friends have encouraged me to come home. It's not a good omen. But. I think I'm going to try to get a flight and get to my right destination. Get out of here. The region was hit with a rare heavy snowstorm Sunday night. The train was stopped by snow and down trees for NPR news. I'm Rachel McDonald. In Eugene, Oregon, the United Methodist Church voted Tuesday to strengthen its bans on same sex marriage and the ordination of LGBT clergy delegates feed in a measure, which would have allowed regional and local bodies to decide that issue for themselves. The United Methodist Church is the second largest Protestant denomination in the US, many other mainline Protestant denominations have embraced.

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"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Nora raum. The Labor Department says the US economy gained two hundred one thousand jobs last month with job gains reported across most sectors. Sarah houses senior economist with Wells Fargo. She says, another bright spot in the report is that paychecks are getting larger wages are rising at the fastest pace. We've, we've seen the expansion. And so I think that of the fact that the labor market is in fact, tightening and workers are getting a little bit more in their take home, pay the unemployment rate held steady at three point, nine percent near an eighteen year low. The Senate Judiciary committee is wrapping up confirmation hearings today for federal appeals court. Judge Brett Cavanaugh President Trump's nominee to the US supreme court. Spent the past three days before the panel as NPR's Nina totenberg reports. The committee is now hearing from outside legal experts. Among those testifying four Cavanaugh will be former. Solicitor general, Ted Olson and poke lament who served with the nominee in the George W Bush administration and professor Akil Amar a generally liberal constitutional scholar at Yale. Law School also testifying will be the chairman of the American Bar Association committee that evaluates judicial nominees and gave Kavanagh its highest rating. NPR's Nina totenberg former Trump foreign policy advisor George popadopoulos faces sentencing today. NPR's Carrie Johnson reports. He had pleaded guilty last year to lying to the FBI prosecutors. Say George popadopoulos lied to hide his contacts with Russians and Russian intermediaries. During the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign. Popadopoulos was a foreign policy adviser did Donald Trump, but the Trump administration describes him as a low level aide who had little contact with the president. Authorities are calling for popadopoulos to receive some prison time, but his defense team wants probation. His lawyer say popadopoulos. Misled investigators out of a misguided sense of loyalty to the president. The FBI began investigating Russian election interference after popadopoulos dish to an Australian diplomat in a night of heavy drinking that went on to become the special counsel probe led by former FBI director, Robert Muller Carrie Johnson NPR news, Washington President Trump is out of town campaigning for Republican candidates in November's midterm elections. He spoke at a rally in billings, Montana in support of state auditor, Matt Rosendahl who's running for the Senate against incumbent democrat Jon tester. He said the tester talks like he's from Montana, but votes like he's Nancy Pelosi the House Democratic leader and a frequent target of Republicans later today, the president will go to North Dakota and South Dakota to support other Republican candidates stock prices are mixed at this hour. The Dow is down twenty eight. The s&p is down two points. The nice up two points. NASDAQ is up twenty eight. This is NPR. Delaware's senior Senator, Tom Carper survived a challenge from the left trying to unseat him from the US Senate, Delaware public media's Sarah Mueller reports, progressive activists had helped. Delaware would be one more example of incumbent members of congress being ousted by starts, but Senator Carper is known throughout the state for his more than forty years in public life. Challenger Kerry Harris says her campaign made history by turning out more voters in a midterm primary than status seen in thirty years. So you're the leaders of France and Germany are discussing the future of the European Union today. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports Emmanuel Macron, and Angela Merkel are meeting in the French port city of Marseille. It's no mistake. The French president picked this imbalance Mediterranean city for his meeting with German Chancellor, founded by the Greeks, more than two thousand years ago might say, is this city built on immigration and the mix of cultures. One of the key issues the two leaders will be talking about is the migrant. Crisis and coming up with a joint European solution, Europe's top two powers. We'll also talk about Brexit and the future of the European Union Macron wants to build a stronger and more federated a you beneath Germany's collaboration to do so. But the German Chancellor has other problems. Medical is under pressure at home with the rise of the far right and anger about her open immigration policies. Eleanor Beardsley, impair news, Marseille Defense, Secretary, Jim Madison Kabul to meet with Afghan president Ashraf Ghani. They're discussing efforts to end the night seventeen year old war in Afghanistan. The longest conflict and US history. I'm Nora raum NPR news in Washington.

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"The intense scrutiny over Facebook might be changing the way Americans use the social media platform is specially young people NPR's. Jasmine guards reports according to a new survey by the Pew Research Center, a little over half of Facebook users say they've changed their privacy settings in the past year. Facebook is still used mostly by young people. But the pew survey also found that nearly half of users ages eighteen to twenty nine say they've deleted the Facebook app from their phone in the past year. The company is still dealing with the fallout from the Cambridge analytic scandal in which it was found. The tens of millions of users had their data collected without their knowledge ahead of the two thousand sixteen presidential

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"Taking a semi nude photo of a woman he had a sexual relationship with before he became governor and he was accused last month of using a list of donors from a charity he founded to raise money for his gubernatorial campaign republican todd richardson is speaker of the missouri house i'd hoped from the beginning of this process that the committee would find no wrongdoing unfortunately this is where the facts lead missouri special session will begin immediately after his regular session ends on may eighteenth crichton's denies any wrongdoing and says he's the victim of a witchhunt for npr news i'm marshall griffin in jefferson city missouri the us and china have concluded trade talks in beijing and the us delegation is returning home without releasing a formal statement the team is led by treasury secretary steven mnuchin chinese state media say the two sides have reached consensus on some issues but didn't explain what they were both the trump administration and the chinese government have threatened each other with new tariffs on imports this is npr the academy of motion picture arts and sciences says it's board has voted to expel entertainer bill cosby and director roman polanski both have been convicted of sexual misconduct crimes last fall the academy expelled producer harvey weinstein following reports from numerous women of alleged sexual harassment and abuse delaware is poised to become the first state in the us to ban all child marriages a bill is passed in the state legislature and now heads to the delaware governor for signature sarah mueller of delaware public medium has more right now minors in delaware can marry if a family court judge approves it but this legislation would stop marriages of anyone under eighteen years old regardless of the situation since two thousand two hundred children in delaware have gotten married most of the miners were girls some young as fourteen years old marrying adult men family law attorney kelsey leigh says the child lax legal protections that an.

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"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack sphere, US ambassador to the United Nations. Nikki Haley is coming out in strong opposition to the use of nerve agents. Helis comments coming on the heels of an incident in which a former Russian spy and his daughter remained in critical condition at a British hospital in Salisbury after being exposed. What the British government says, appears to be a Cold War. Errand nerve agent speaking at the UN in New York Haley says, the us believes Russia's to blame and says his carry council needs to take action. If we don't take immediate concrete measures to address this. Now, Salisbury will not be the last place. We see chemical weapons used. They could be used here in New York or in cities or of any country that sits on this council. British government has also blamed Russia for the attack announcing the expulsion of Twenty-three diplomats embassador to the UN has demanded material proof of Russian involvement on Capitol Hill. Democrats are celebrating the apparent victory of democrat, Connor lamb in a special election to fill a vacant house seat in Pennsylvania in Paris, Kelsey Snell has more Democrats say the races victory over GOP tax on house minority leader, Nancy Pelosi Pelosi's a popular target for Republicans across the country who say she represents coastal elite values that are out of step with more moderate districts. Lamb said he wouldn't vote for Pelosi for leader if he won. But several attack ads tried to tie him to a record New York representative, Joe Crowley, a member of House. Democratic leadership says GOP attacks on Pelosi aren't working the attempts to Nazi Pelosi. It's failing with this point. And I think quite frankly, it's sexist. Democrats hoped this race shows that are on the path to winning control of the house in November Kelsey, Snell NPR news, the capitol students in Dover, Delaware streamed onto the school's football field today to remember the seventeen lives lost last month in the Florida school shooting. So Mueller with Delaware. Public radio says their message to state lawmakers and members of congress is never again. For high school students braved the bitter wind to honor the parkland victims. Student leaders read the names of victims and called for congress to support gun control legislation, junior, Andrew Honeycutt says the school does periodic lockdown drills with students, but he says his generation needs to focus on their education instead of learning how to survive a school shooting -rageous to me the fact that we have to worry about something like this at the end of the protests students walked back inside to continue their classes. Sarah Mueller, NPR news Dover, Brazil. Donald Trump is chosen TV. Commentator, Larry cudlow to replace Gary Cohn is the top White House economic adviser Cutler will head the National Economic Council, their service and economic adviser. He did serve as a former economic adviser, Roger former President. Reagan in the nineteen eighties on Wall Street today, the Dow dropped two hundred forty eight points. This is NPR. Package shipper, FedEx, downstate intends to invest more than a billion dollars to modernize its hub in Memphis. Tennessee company says the planned improvements are aimed at in upping efficiency and reliability that ex chairman and CEO Fred Smith and Tennessee governor Bill has LeMay join announcement. The two standing in front of a FedEx plane on the tarmac of a private terminal, near the Memphis airport, the founder and CEO theranos a once. Promising medical startup has been charged with fraud by the securities and Exchange Commission. That agency said today, it's charged Elizabeth homes and the company's former president with misleading investors NPR's Yuki Noguchi reports, therefore her swift downfall. It's no exaggeration to say that Elizabeth Holmes was the business world. It girl homes had helped develop a new blood testing technology starting at age nineteen, and by two thousand fifteen had become the youngest female self made billionaire personally worth about four and a half billion dollars that illustrious story came to an end after reports. Questioning the company's claims about its business and technology surface homes and former president Ramesh by Wani are charged with defrauding investors of seven hundred million dollars. As a result of the settlement homes will give her equity and voting control over the company. You can't Gucci NPR news, Washington this world record for just about anything you can think of. And yesterday the record for a blimp towing, a water scare was shattered on. California's, like Elsinore press-enterprise newspaper reporting, a blimp towed skier carry McCollum for six point, nine miles across the southern California lake breaking the old record of just under five miles. I'm Jack Speer NPR news in Washington.

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