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"shay stevens" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from npr news. I'm shay stevens. Vice-president kamala harris is stressing the need to address the root causes of mass migration from latin america to the united states speaking in mexico city. Today harris said that would mean tackling corruption as well as the causes of poverty. We know that if we give them a sense of hope. That help is on the way that they will follow their first preference. Which is to stay at home. Says she helped candid discussions with the president of guatemala on monday and mexico's leader today on a number of issues including food insecurity economic development and women's issues. A new report says that some of the richest americans are paying relatively little of their income in federal taxes. As npr's scott horsely reports an investigation by the nonprofit group propublica highlights the inequities in the us. Tax code propublica says it's obtained years where the tax records for thousands of wealthy americans. Data plans to use to shine a spotlight. On the way rich people get around paying taxes. Its first report. Looks at the wealth accumulated by the twenty five richest americans during a recent four year period. Propublica jesse eisner says relative to that increased wealth the rich pages three point four percent in texas less than a quarter of the tax rate. The average american would pay on his or her income. The system has been built up. So that the ultra wealthy can easily avoid taxation massachusetts senator elizabeth warren points to the report as an illustration of why she says the country needs to supplement its income tax with a tax on wealth. Scott horsely. Npr news washington. Two states new jersey and virginia held gubernatorial primaries tuesday in virginia. The ap is projecting former governor. Terry mcauliffe has won five way contest or his party's nomination. And the ap has projected that jack shit really won the new jersey republican nomination to face incumbent democratic governor phil murphy in november two arizona wildfires are now covering more than one hundred and thirty six thousand acres in desert east of phoenix but his cage. Abc's ron duncan reports. Firefighters are cautiously optimistic that they are making progress. A number of communities near the fires remain an alert but firefighters continued to pursue confining contain strategy involving fire lines and back burns to keep the blaze away from homes and buildings in the towns of globe. Miami and superior fire camp and superior was nearly empty at midday. The few firefighters like toby. We'd of utah stopped by. We came back.
"shay stevens" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Today on 18. The future of the automobile President Joe Biden has promised to triple down on climate change by focusing on new green jobs. It includes a big bet on electric cars, but with an automotive industry in flux and a recession crippling our public transit. What do Americans want from their transportation? When might we see fleets of electric cars? What about autonomous automobiles? Or is it time to think even bigger and leave cars to the scrap heap of history? Has ever. We're looking forward to hearing from you comment on our Facebook page or tweet us at one egg. Life from NPR News on Shay Stevens. President Biden maintains that the cove in 19 vaccine doses will be available to all Americans by the end of July by notes that thousands of people in the U. S air still dying from covert each day. CNN Town Hall in Milwaukee. The president signed it progress and ramping up vaccine supplies and the number of people who are dispensing them. It's one thing that the vaccine, which we didn't have what we came in office, but vaccinate or how do you get the vaccine in the someone's arm? So you need the paraphernalia need the needle. You need the mechanism to be able to get it in. You have to have people who can inject it in people's mind, also stressed the importance of approving his nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief package. He cites the number of people without jobs, adequate food and other basics as a result of the pandemic. Severe weather conditions across the U. S. Have delayed covert 19 vaccine shipments to Kansas. Casey you ours. Judy Fortin own reports that distribution efforts will be back on track within a few days. Kansas Department of Health and Environment Secretary Dr Lee Norman says Monday in Tuesday's shipments can now be expected to arrive later this week. For days, temperatures have hovered near zero And utility companies implemented rolling blackouts across the region. Norman believes the state will be able to stay on track with its vaccination efforts. If it gets in your state. We're gonna push it out. But keep in mind that so much now doesn't come into Kansas. I eat to our state agency, and then you pushed out. It goes directly by FedEx ups etcetera directly the vaccinating sites, Norman says. Despite the delay, he still expecting 90,000 doses from the federal government. NPR news. I'm Jodi for Tino in Kansas City. In Texas, More than three million utility customers remain.
Pope Calls Child Sex Abuse ‘a Human Problem,’ Tamping Down Summit Expectations
"After the collapse of a dam that held back ways from an iron ore mine. Hundreds of people are missing from the disaster, which has killed at least sixty people. I'm Shay Stevens. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Hugh charitable trusts, celebrating seventy years of serving the public. Learn more at Hugh trusts dot org slash seventy and the Kresge foundation. Ed, Kresge dot org.
China demands US cancel arms sale to Taiwan
"News in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. Judge Brett Kevin all vows to fight for confirmation to sit on the US supreme court in wake of to sexual misconduct allegations by former classmate from high school and college in a Fox News interview Cavanagh again denied ever sexually assaulting anyone. I'm not gonna let false accusations us out of this process. Cavanaugh says he's looking for fair process to defend his integrity and to clear his name. He and one of his accusers are set to testify at a Senate hearing on Thursday, President Trump is not saying whether he plans to fire deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, but says he hopes to find out what's going on
The Latest: NC governor warns coastal residents to leave
"Millions of Americans in the southeast and mid Atlantic are bracing for the arrival of hurricane Florence. The near category, five storm is expected to come ashore in north or South Carolina on Thursday. Mandatory evacuations have been issued for low lying areas of the region and states of emergency are in effect from the Carolinas to Maryland. Another storm called Olivia is threatening to bring heavy rain and strong winds to Hawaii. On a Lula's mayor. Kirk Caldwell says, emergency officials are very concerned that residents be
Rapper Mac Miller has died at age 26
"Rapper MAC Miller died yesterday at the age of twenty six. The Los Angeles County coroner's office says an autopsy will be performed to determine the exact cause of death. As NPR's, Justin. Richmond reports the entertainer scored five top ten releases on the billboard album chart and was supposed to start a tour next month. Mac. Miller's best known to the general public force former relationship with personal musical with pop star Ariana GRANDE. One
President Trump, Dianne Feinstein and Brad Kavanagh discussed on 1A with Joshua Johnson
"President Trump is weighing in on a Goshi ations over a farm Bill to replace the one that expires at the end of the month. More from NPR's. Brockton Booker President Trump tweeted Wednesday past the farm Bill with snap work requirements. The snap program. Commonly referred to as food stamps is the biggest sticking point between house and Senate versions of the farm Bill. The house version calls for stricter work requirements for snap recipients. The Senate version does not Kansas. Senator Pat Roberts, a Republican says feeling to pass a farm Bill before the end of the month deadline is not an option where very close very close to the finish line. But we still have a lot of work to do quite frankly a lot of compromise. It remains to be done the current form. Bill expires on September
Founder of brutal Afghan militant group Haqqani network dies, Taliban says
"Confirmation hearings on bread Kavanagh's nomination to the US supreme court began on Tuesday for anti-serb member station. WBU are in Boston reports that Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren says she hopes that Democrats will be able to block confirmation. Senate Republicans aim to vote on Cavanaugh at the end of the month in time for him to take his seat when the supreme court begins its session October first Warren recognizes the Democrats challenge. Republicans control fifty seats in the Senate and will control fifty one once airs Ona's governor appoints a successor to John McCain. The big question is whether or not there will be just one or two Republicans who will be willing to cross over Warren points out the Democrats faced similarly long odds last year when the Affordable Care Act was at risk of repeal until McCain famously saved it
Judge: Government can end housing aid for Puerto Rican evacuees
"I'm Shay Stevens. President Trump wants to, freeze the pay federal workers NPR's Brian, Naylor reports that Trump says the aim would be to put the nation on a fiscally sustainable course federal employees, were to receive an automatic two point one percent across the board increase in January with more for those who live in high cost areas but the president says the federal budget can't sustain such increases which he. Says, would cost some twenty five billion dollars members of the military are, still, set receive two point six percent pay. Hike while the president cited the effect, of civilian raises on, the deficit, administration back, tax, cuts and spending hikes are estimated to add more, than, a trillion dollars to the deficit over ten years ultimately it will be up to, congress to determine whether federal, workers gathered hey raise the house wants to freeze salaries the Senate has approved a one point nine.
Ebola spreads to DRC city surrounded by rebels
"An eastern region of the Democratic Republic of Congo for the last several days or weeks. And now there's a troubling development World Health officials have confirmed case of the disease and the town that's surrounded by armed insurgents details from NPR read Eisenman World Health officials, say, this is the scenario. They have been dreading the region where this outbreak is percolating. His highly insecure at least twenty insurgent groups are active. There frequently killing civilians and kidnapping humanitarian workers until this week. All seventy plus confirmed cases of Ebola in this outbreak had been limited to towns and villages that health workers. Could get to relatively safely, but this new patient and two other possible cases are linked to a town called way CIA. That is surrounded by a violent rebel group. The World Health Organization says it was able to briefly send in a team of health workers to isolate and vaccinate people who had contact with the infected patient, but they required an armed escort of UN peacekeepers an read Eisenman
Thousands of Migrant Children Come Here Alone. The U.S. Doesn’t Keep Track of Them.
"Senate report says the Trump administration fails to care for thousands of unaccompanied migrant children once. They're released from government custody NPR's Richard Gonzales reports the report concludes that the government does, not, adequately. Monitor the safety and welfare of thousands of unaccompanied minors who are released either to their. Parents or sponsors such as relatives at a hearing before a Senate homeland security subcommittee Missouri Senator Claire mccaskill bluffed at federal officials we. Can't get anybody to acknowledge that they have responsibility for where. These children are and what they're doing thirty days after they leave a federal. Facility in a joint statement. Before the hearing the department of health and human services homeland security and Justice called. The subcommittee's report misleading. And blamed congress for failing. To prevent illegal immigration
Power restored at Reagan National after ‘airport wide’ outage
"I met with Justice Gorsuch. I spent time with him. I reviewed his record made the decision. I'm going to use the same process here. The story of a native American town that moved to higher ground dodging climate change. The US is right now spending tens of millions of dollars on community relocation. They should be looking to the lessons of history class nearly eleven months after hurricane Maria, Puerto Rican officials, say power is fully restored. First news. Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Shay Stevens. Former
NPR, President Trump and Paul Manafort discussed on Forum
"A federal jury Virginia is set to, begin deliberations Thursday and the fraud and tax evasion trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort during closing. Arguments Wednesday NPR's Carrie Johnson reports that the defense argued that the prosecution has not met its burden
Puerto Rico utility completes restoration 10 months after Maria
"I'm, Shay Stevens Kansas, governor Jeff call your says he's. Conceding his bid for, reelection tobacco challenger and secretary of state Chris Kobuk as Steve facade of the Kansas news service reports Collier's announcement comes a week after a Jew pre-primary that remained too close to call Khobar. Put pressure on call your in. A press conference earlier. In the day saying they Kansas Republican's needed, to unite and not stole their general election campaign any longer only a few hundred votes separate the candidates and several counties. Still had to report their official tallies the, call your acknowledged, the votes he, needed words. Materializing this election is probably the closest in America but the numbers. Are just not there unless we would go to, extraordinary measures co now moves forward to. A three way general election facing democratic state. Senator lure Kelly an independent businessmen Greg, Orman. Friend PR news I'm Steven visa into peak A Pennsylvania grand jury report is. Accusing the
Alaska sightseeing plane crash leaves 4 dead, 1 missing
"Be right back after the news The Live from NPR news in. Washington I'm Shay. Stevens the Mendocino complex fire in Lake. County California is now being called the state's largest. Ever the blaze has grown to nearly two hundred eighty four thousand, acres and it's one of eighteen major wildfires in. California Cal fire. Spokesman Scott McLean says the state's current fire season has been. Brutal we have over fourteen thousand individuals assigned to various fires in the. States that's most I've ever heard of that comes from roughly seventeen states national guard, Australia New, Zealand McLean says two hundred active duty US soldiers from joint base Lewis mcchord in Washington being trained to help. Firefighters he, says nearly six hundred thirty thousand acres have burned in California so far this, year Rick gates says he and his former business partner Paul Manafort carried out an elaborate, offshore tax, evasion and fraud scheme gates testified Monday at manafort's federal trial on tax evasion and thank fraud charges gates says. He also, embezzled hundreds of thousands of dollars from Manafort a one time Trump campaign chairman It may be, harder for secret political donors to remain anonymous under. A ruling by a federal judge in Washington DC NPR's Peter Overby reports that the decision appears to close. A major loophole in campaign finance law and could curtail millions of dollars in secret funding for campaigns the cases mainly. About social welfare organizations which solicit six and seven figure contributions, until now the Federal Election Commission has allowed donors to remain secret unless they your Mark the money for specific ads but federal district chief judge barrel is. Throwing out that regulation ruling, that it contradicts the law is congress passed it. Noah book binders director of citizen's responsibility and ethics in Washington which sued the f. e. c. any. Of these nonprofit organizations that are spending money in politics are gonna have to play by a, new set of rules howls decision could be appealed. And meanwhile donors for issue Edgewood still remain anonymous those are the ads that avoid using vote for Your vote against messages Peter Overby NPR news Washington four people are confirmed dead and one is missing from weakened plane crash near North America's highest. Mountain Phillip manning with member station KTAR, reports the crash site is in an area known. As thunder mountain which the National Park Service describes as a knife edge ridge with steep slopes and loose. Rock it took a Denali national park ranger suspended from one of the rescue helicopters to clear snow away from the. Four bodies all but one of the people on board the, flight that crashed Saturday evening the names of the pilot and passengers have not yet been released Ketu aviation the company that owns the aircraft says it staff. Is grieving the loss of, life and is cooperating fully with all responding agencies. For NPR news I'm Phillip manning Intel Keita Alaska You're listening to, NPR news Iran is accusing the United States of reneging on the nuclear agreement that was. Signed by the Obama administration many sanctions eased under, the landmark deal, are now back in effect President Trump signed an executive order Monday to reimpose some economic sanctions on financial transactions to. Exert with the administration. Calls maximum pressure state run Saudia airlines. Is suspending flights to Toronto it's the latest move and a growing diplomatic rift over women's rights activists. Being detained in Saudi Arabia the BBC's Paul. Blake has more the flight cancellations are. Just one of several measures the kingdom is taking after it accused. Canada of violating its sovereignty Ottawa said last week that it was concerned by reports that several civil and women's rights activists had been detained in recent weeks since then relations. Have abruptly and rapidly deteriorated the Saudis have described Canada's comments as blatant. Interference, in their domestic affairs they've Suspended educational exchange. Programs kicked out the Canadian ambassador and banned any new trade between the. Countries The. BBC's Paul Blake. Reporting Indonesian. Soldiers pulled a man alive from the rubble of a. Large mosque that was flattened binder earthquake thousands of survivors are still waiting for. Aid and tourists stranded camp camp- camping out at beaches and in the lobbies of damage hotels the north of. The, island of Lombok has been devastated by the quake which had a magnitude of seven point oh that struck Sunday night. And rescuers are faced with, thousands of damaged buildings.
New Yorker investigation alleges sexual misconduct by CEO of CBS
"Of. Wales I'm DWI Gibson we'll be right back after the news Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Shay. Stevens Cal fire ficials say the wind-driven car fire in Shasta county is now five, percent contained after claiming at least two lives and destroying. Five hundred structures thousands more buildings are. Threatened by the place but some evacuees in the city of reading having just minutes to flee capital, public radio's Nick Miller spoke with one resident who got out safely Valerie Angola's in. A west reading neighborhood of older homes and oak trees on Thursday she climbed a hill near her. House I could see the flame burning, about a mile, away and terrify the inferno, raged into her neighborhood like, tornado anything that, was not nailed down was toughened thrown by. This fire NATO the fire is definitely creating its own weather. Pattern and burnt. Leaves are dropping all over the city And emerging are being. Tossed in all directions so that's. Pretty scary she. Says her escaped, through town was chaos gridlock extended for miles on the interstate and her community is unsure what's next for NPR news I'm Nick Miller. In, Sacramento when on the most powerful executives, in media is being investigated for what the network is calling allegation of personal misconduct CBS. CEO les Moonves says is the subject of a New Yorker magazine article by journalist, Ronan Farrow on sexual misconduct Farrell tells NPR he interviewed. Thirty current and former CBS employees including. Six who went on record despite fear retaliation the actress and writer Ileana Douglas who told a story, of what she described as sexual assaults during a business meeting the writer Janet Jones. The producer Christine Peters you know these are women of tremendous character and and competence in their industry CBS has board we'll take appropriate action based on the findings of an independent. Investigation President Trump is. Denying any knowledge of June two thousand sixteen meeting with Russians. At Trump Tower as. NPR Sarah mccamman reports Trump is responding to, reports on claims allegedly made by his former lawyer Michael Cohen President Trump has said he had. No prior knowledge of the. Meeting in which Russians were expected to offer negative information about democratic nominee Hillary Clinton CNN has. Reported that Trump's former. Attorney Michael Cohen claims Trump, new of the meeting in advance and is willing to say so to special counsel Robert. Muller who's investigating Russian interference in a tweet Trump says quote I did not know of the meeting with my son Don Jr. sounds to me like someone is trying to make up stories in order to get himself out of an unrelated, jam Coen, faces federal, charges connected, to his, business in New York City Sarah mccamman NPR news the White House From Washington you're listening, to NPR news A federal judge in San Diego says the Trump administration gets credit for you reunifying more than eighteen hundred children recently separated from parents. And sponsors at the. US southwest border but US district court judge Dana brawl says the administration still must deal with the hundreds of families, who were not reunited by his, deadline which was Thursday, in some cases. Parents of migrant children still. In government custody have already been deported the city. Of Philadelphia is ending a long-running contract they gave immigration enforcement agents access to a real time, arrest database used by local police WHYY's Bobby Allen reports the move follows weeks of protests. Urging city leaders determining the deal city leaders, are now siding with activists who say federal agents were. Using the data to target unauthorized immigrants the, database doesn't include a suspects emmigration status but it, does provide, the person's country of, origin Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney Says. Ice agents were seizing on that info to search for people in the country illegally that's not the policing that we're, looking for there's rules and regulations, the police have to, follow that these. Guys don't follow us so. We're not going to provide them additional information so. They can go out and round up people in a statement and ice official calls the city, ending the decadelong contract disappointing saying it will needlessly compromise public safety Bobby Allen NPR news. Philadelphia on Wall Street stocks closed lower led, by declines and technology shares the NASDAQ composite index fell. One hundred and fourteen points the Dow Jones, industrial average lost seventy six points I'm Shay Stevens, NPR news, in Washington Support for NPR comes from NPR. Stations other contributors include, Newman's Own foundation Workington nourish the common.
U.S. judge denies gun control groups' attempt to block 3-D gun blueprints
"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Shay Stevens conditions are getting worse for crews battling wildfire that's claimed two lives and burned at. Least, five hundred structures in northern California Shasta county Cal fire officials say that thousands more buildings are threatened by the car fire which now consumes nearly forty five thousand acres April Ehrlich of Jefferson. Public, radio is in reading where some evacuees are ignoring orders to. Stay away from Bern, areas unfortunately a lot of people are returning home and they, are finding these small flames. Around their neighborhood and they've kind of, taken upon themselves to put those fires out either with. Garden hoses or shoveled April Ehrlich reporting. That some evacuees are finding out that their homes are, gone meanwhile Cal, fire officials say that shifting winds are making. It hard to predict where the embers will land a federal judge in Texas has cleared the way. For private defense company to post download Plans for untraceable three d., printed guns, as. Met large at member station k. UT in Austin reports the company plans to resume publishing the plans next. Week it's the end of a five year legal battle between. An Austin based company called defense distributed and the federal government the company's owner Cody Wilson. First published plans for a single shot pistol on the web in twenty thirteen, it can be fabricated out of plastic using. A three d. printer the State Department then told him to take it down saying it violated federal arms export rules. Wilson, sued the State Department saying it was violating his free speech rights by blocking the posting earlier, this year the government settled with Wilson and defense distributed paving the way for posting more of its three d. principal designs online including assault style rifles gun control groups asked to. Stop, the settlement but a judge has now denied that request for NPR news I'm Matt large in Austin US Defense Secretary Jim Madison says the US has main goal in Syria is to defeat Beat the. Islamic state Mattis telling reporters the US also has a role in stabilizing the northeastern part of the country to prevent. The return of, the terrorist group NPR's Tom Bowman has more medicine both Russia and Iran or trying to. Keep Syrian later by all Assad in power in the US is. Focused on peace talks and helping the innocence caught up in the, war that you don't do. Simply walk away and leave the place as devastated as it is based on this war you. Don't just leave, it and then ISIS comes back so that will involve immediate restoration of drinking water for example clearing those kinds of, things medicine that will, take both US and international donations but that's, been a challenge the White House froze two hundred million dollars. In rebuilding money and officials, say promised, money. From the Gulf states has not come through Tom Bowman NPR news Washington And you're listening, to NPR, news A New York magazine article was. Quoting six women accusing CBS CEO. Les Moonves says of sexual harassment the reporter legislation misconduct which moon vez denies occurred between the nineteen, eighty. S and the late two thousands the network says it is investigating what's it's calling personal misconduct claims, against this leader in a statement wound Vesa acknowledges there were times decades ago when he may have made. Some women uncomfortable, by making advances but he says those were mistakes and he never misused. His position to harm anyone's, career the Cleveland, orchestra has suspended violinist and concert master William. Proposal over allegations of sexual misconduct NPR's stocks CO close reports that puzzle has been a star performer in the. Orchestra for more than twenty years the Cleveland orchestra is one of the top orchestras in the US and since nineteen ninety five William perusal has been it's concert Master second only in. Importance to the conductor the orchestra has put, perusal on leave while it investigates the claims of violinist Zeneca Bowers. She alleges that after she took. A lesson from perusal in Miami in nineteen ninety eight he began aggressively kissing her on buttoning her, clothes. And pushing her onto his hotel that she says she managed to get away but afterwards perusal told, her she would be blacklisted if she told anyone about the incident this is not the first time approval. Has been accused, of misconduct another female student made similar claims in two thousand seven Anastazia. Syllabus NPR news New York, and I'm Shay, Stevens NPR news in Washington support for NPR. Comes from NPR stations other contributors include the National Endowment for the arts the federal.
North Korea Hands Over Remains Of 55 U.S. Servicemen Killed In Korean War
"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Shay Stevens North Korea has turned over. Fifty five boxes of remains believed to be those of American soldiers missing, from the Korean war as NPR's quil Lawrence reports the United Nations command conducted a preliminary review for the remains were transported to an airbase in South Korea the US transport plane flew from South Korea to once on, North Korea collected sets of human remains believed to be American war dead North Korea may have, already located as many as two, hundred sets according to the Pentagon more than five thousand American troops remain unaccounted for after the, war which halted with an armistice sixty five years ago today. When President, Trump, and North Korean dictator Kim, Jong UN met last, month they announced that repatriation of remains would resume after many years when hostile relations, made it impossible the US will hold a formal repatriation ceremony in South Korea on. August I according to the White House which called the North Korean. Action encouraging quil. Lawrence NPR news French president Emmanuel. Macron is not happy about the trade agreement between President Trump and the head of the European Commission from Paris Jake sagana reports that Macron is. Pushing for more concessions on aluminum and steel tariffs it was surprising that Trump. And e you commission president Jean-Claude Yonker found a compromise on trade tariffs, especially for Spain and France during their meeting in Madrid both French president Emmanuel Macron and Spain's prime minister Pedro Sanchez said they needed clarification on the new agreement between the EU and the US macaroni and said he, wants to see more cuts made on steel and aluminum tariffs the French president said a fair, trade deal can only be made, on a reciprocal basis without threat and he didn't want to enter into a collective agreement macaroni, stance on the new EU US deal is a departure from his typical, rhetoric, that Europe is stronger as, a confederation for NPR news and Jake sagana wrote in Paris California sweltering heat wave while battling wildfires at both ends of the state. Daniel Carson reports that one fast moving blaze in the San Jacinto mountains east of. Los Angeles as forced thousands of vacuum firefighters are. Deploying air tankers and helicopters to try and contain, the blaze when it spreads to steeper hard to reach, terrain the fire was, deliberately, set the. Suspect was. Arrested and is in custody it could take days to burn itself out other wildfires in the state include, one in northern California's Shasta county this burned more than twenty, thousand acres Daniel Carson reporting the so-called car fire in Shasta county is also reportedly burned dozens of homes, and is nowhere near contained Scott McLean a spokesman for. The crew battling the fire says it's a fast moving blaze that is consuming everything in its path you're listening to NPR news US Senator Claire. Mccaskill is incensed that Russian hackers tried. To breach her. Office computers last August as first reported by the Daily Beast the Missouri democrat says that while the hackers were not successful the attempt was outrageous and that she will, not be intimidated mccaskill faces a tough battle to retain her seat. In the upcoming midterm elections TV and film composer Patrick Williams has. Died Williams wrote music for such popular TV series such as the Mary Tyler Moore show he also won four Emmys and earned an Oscar nomination. For his score to the nineteen Seventy-nine hit film breaking away, NPR's Tom Cole has an appreciation Patrick Williams composed music for nearly two hundred feature films and TV shows including.
Israel intercepts rocket from Gaza after border exchange
"Battling the flames bulldozers, engines water tenders odds multi-agency all hands kind, of a situation here and as you can imagine these temperatures right now this wind long this weather pattern, is really kind of what we're fighting against the so-called Marsh fire broke out this afternoon it quickly spread to. Over two hundred acres in an area east of San Francisco the Ferguson fire burning near Yosemite national park. Has grown to more than sixty square miles. As crew struggles to contain that blaze campers and other tourists are being told to stay out. Of the park at least through Sunday that would allow crews to make, more aggressive measures to contain the two week old fire is only. About twenty five percent contain powders taking protective measures to protect themselves this is NPR news News The Trump administration is proposing to make it harder to a, race college, debt in cases of alleged. Fraud the US department of education proposal would let schools respond to fraud claims and four students into. Arbitration students could get relief if they prove that they were misled department, documents say students should be protected from, fraud but they have a responsibility to do research before choosing a. College the new rules would apply to loans taken out after next. July new violence has broken out between Israel and Palestinian militants in Gaza this just days after Palestinian militants agree to a u n brokered ceasefire NPR's Daniel estrin has more from. Jerusalem the Israeli military, says, Palestinians opened fire on soldiers near the Gaza, border moderately. Wounding one. Soldier Israel says it retaliated with artillery fire toward HAMAs militant. Posts and HAMAs said three of its militants were killed There's been intensified cross-border. Violence over the last two weeks the left one Israeli soldier and, several Palestinian, militants dead Palestinian officials say. At least two civilians were also killed last weekend said it agreed to a ceasefire yesterday the United. Nations on void to. The region Nicolae madelynn of said he visited Gaza, to try to lower tensions Meanwhile Israel, says it's targeted a rocket launcher in Syria after rockets were fired. Toward Israel it's believed to be spillover violence from fighting in Syria. Daniel estrin NPR news Jerusalem on Asia market shares are lower following gains on Wall Street I'm Shay Stevens NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from Heather stirred Hager and. Paul g Hager supporting, African, wildlife foundation working to ensure the future of, Africa's wildlife. And wild. Lands learn more at a WF dot org and Americans for. The arts at Americans for the arts dot org This.
Bodies buried, Congo turns to next Ebola outbreak
"Month on corruption charges the Democratic Republic of Congo has declared an end to. Its latest Ebola outbreak NPR's ofeibea Quist arcton reports that the Congolese health ministry says there have been no new cases of the virus over the past six weeks about thirty people died after, being infected with Ebola which was, first detected in, Congo's northwest in April that's far fewer than the thousands of people. Killed by the. Virus during many months The break in three west. African nations in two thousand fourteen before it was brought under control Dr Michael Ryan from the. World Health Organization emergency response unit says the deployment of an experimental vaccine was key in this latest evola outbreak India Congo but that rapid. Action was also pivotal to knitting the spread the w.. H. o. says the successful strategy should. Make Congo confident it can tackle other diseases in. The vast nation in the heart of Africa ofeibea Quist arcton NPR news on. Asian stock market shares are mixed lower in Shanghai I'm Shay Stevens NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the George gun foundation working to make Cleveland, and northeast Ohio more globally competitive, livable sustainable and, just more information available at gun foundation dot org.