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Trump will not meet with Kim Jong Un

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04:59 min | 2 years ago

Trump will not meet with Kim Jong Un

"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message come from REI What is your but that's the question REI coop is asking this season with gear classes, expert advice and adventure trips RE I can help you overcome any excuses to find your way outside. Live from NPR News in Washington, I'm Shea Stevens a day-long hostage. Standoff has ended Eva's state run veterans home in California's Napa County, California Highway Patrol officials say the gunman, an three employees at the home have been found dead details on the deaths have not been disclosed. The crisis at the Veterans home of California Yountville began this morning when an armed man showed up at a staff party Napa County Sheriff. John Robertson says some workers were allowed to leave ride away. Authorities lost contact with the suspect hours ago. The White House says President Trump will not meet with his North Korean counterpart until Pyongyang takes concrete steps toward eliminating its nuclear weapons. Press Secretary. Sarah Huckabee Sanders says That means matching rhetoric with action. If we can get to a place where North Korea Korea's denuclearizing It has a massive staff and it's something that will make the entire globe much safer and even. President moon has said that this is because of the leadership of President Trump South Korea's National Security Advisor says Pyongyang is committed to halting its nuclear weapons program. But he gave no indication that North Korea had promised to take those steps to secure meeting with Trump Some good news for the Trump administration on US, hiring As NPR Scott Horsely reports. The Labor Department's says that three hundred thirteen thousand jobs were added to the economy last month. February's economic picture hit the sweet spot for the White House with solid job gains across the board and enough new workers entering the labour force to tamp down concerns about inflation. The unemployment rate held steady at four point one percent and wage growth moderated from the previous month. White House economist Richard Burr Kawser says, even without big wage gains workers take home. Pay is going up in some sense. The President's tax reforms will give workers of more bang for the buck in the sense will get the keep more of it. So that's part of what's going on. The administrator. Wants to use sticks as well as carrots to recruit more workers, It's called for adding work requirements to more government safety net programs. Scott Horsely, NPR News, The White House in New York of federal judges sentenced, disgraced businessman Martin squarely to seven years in prison. Details from NPR SJM's Rowley squarely became famous after buying a pharmaceutical company, and then greatly raising the price of a life-saving drug. It made he was sometimes called the most hated man and America squarely was convicted in an unrelated fraud case at his sentencing in New York, The Thirty-four-year-old displayed none of the trademark arrogance. He has shown in interviews and on social media. Instead he cried openly telling his investors. I'm terribly sorry, I lost your trust. You deserve better, Jim, early NPR News, New York On Wall Street stocks closed higher today with the Dow Jones industrials soaring four hundred forty points, the Nasdaq rose one hundred and thirty two This is NPR News. News. Argentina's President Marie Matt crease says his nation is worried about President Trump's decision to impose tariffs on imported steel and aluminum. In a statement, met office says, he's discussed those concerns in a phone call with Trump today, and was assured than an exemption request would be considered Canada and Mexico have received provisional exemptions from the new tariffs. Kenya's president and opposition leader had met for the first time NPR's Aitor Peralta reports that the two men say they're ready to set aside their differences following a long and sometimes violent election season two back-to-back presidential elections left more than one hundred people dead in the Kenya deeply divided along tribal lines. But now President Neta in opposition leader RILO Dhingra had Heart to Heart at State House and percent at each other as brothers. What a says, it's time for self-reflection Rudy Jews will no odor. We refuse to be the lead us under whose watch Kenya's lead into a failed President Kanada says, This is a new beginning for the country. It a compare news Entebbe and emergency aid. Convoy crossed the frontlines in Syria's rebel-held Gouda region. Today, The International Committee of the Red Cross says it was joined by the UN and Syrian paramedics, and delivering food and medical aid. Despite the violence in the region, the Syrian army stepped up an offensive on rebels in the Damascus suburbs, two weeks ago, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights estimates that the campaign. It's resulted in the deaths of almost one thousand civilians. I'm Shea Stevens NPR News in Washington.

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00:12 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "shea stevens" discussed on BBC World Service

"This is all of it from WNYC. I'm Bridget Bergen filling in For Alison Stewart. It's the first full week for New York City public school kids and we're devoting a show to education in the time of coded First we'll get a school news update from WNYC in Gothamist reporters Jessica Gould and Sophia Chang will fill us in on delayed starts, remote learning health and safety protocols for those in school buildings and much more. And later education activist author and parent who's a Louise Wilson shares his perspective on the start of the school year and listeners we want to hear from you. What are you struggling with? At the start of this new school year, our lines will be open at 6464357 to 80. We'll get to all of it. I'm Bridget Bergen and I'll meet you on the other side of the news. Live from NPR news. I'm Shea Stevens. Police in Louisville, Kentucky, say two officers have been shot amid protests over the results of the Briana Taylor investigation. Just Clark of member station W. F B L reports that a suspect is in custody. The shots came amid large protests over a grand jury's decision to charge one of three officers after an investigation into the death of Briana Taylor. Interim Police chief Robert Schroeder says two officers were struck while they were responding to reports of shots fired in a large crowd. I'm very concerned about.

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False stories travel faster than the truth on Twitter, study finds

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04:40 min | 2 years ago

False stories travel faster than the truth on Twitter, study finds

"Live from NPR News in Washington, I'm Shea Stevens President Trump plans to meet with North Korea's leader in less than two months. NPR's Michele Kelemen has more on Thursday's announcement by a South Korean official visiting the White House, South Korean, national security adviser Chung we Jongwe came to Washington after a rare visit to Pyongyang where he says, he got a commitment from North Korea's leader to talk to the US about denuclearization of any woman wounded. The new president Hall upon as possible. President Trump appreciated both beefing and said, he would meet Kim Jong-un by May. The South Korean official also says that US, South Korean military exercises will go on as planned and North Korea has agreed not to carry out missile or nuclear test during any negotiations, Michelle Kelemen, NPR News, Washington. The United States is imposing new tariffs on imported steel and aluminum in two weeks. There are exemptions for Canada and Mexico pending progress on renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement. Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister Cristina Freedland says, it would not make sense to slap new tariffs on her country. But notes there are still NAFTA issues left to resolve. We have said all along. It would be completely unacceptable to include Canada. It's logical and it's the right thing to exclude Canada. So we have had a step forward today. There is a lot of hard work left to do. Meanwhile, Arizona Senator Jeff Flake. Says, he plans to introduce legislation, devoid the new tariffs and urges lawmakers to support the measure to prevent damaged to other sectors of the US economy, the nation's northeast as digging out from the region. Second major snowstorm in a week areas from New Jersey to New England received as much as two feet of accumulation at least two deaths were blamed on the storm, and thousands of homes remained without power. The National Weather Service warns that another system could hit the northeast next week. Heavy rains and snow melt in other parts of the country are causing the Mississippi River to rise in Louisiana. As Travis locks from member station WWL and over reports, the Army Corps of Engineers has opened a spill way to prevent flooding along the Mississippi River near New Orleans. The Bunny carry spillway is basically a giant release valve for the Mississippi. It keeps New Orleans from flooding by diverting water from the river into nearby Lake Pontchartrain when the water gets too high Army Corps Colonel Mike Clancy says it's critical for. Keeping New Orleans safe if there is no control measure like this in place, then water could continue to rise on the levies forcing and a fail. The Core expects to keep it open for about three weeks until the river goes back down For NPR News. I'm Travis Luxe in Norrkoping, Louisiana on Asian stock market shares are higher following gains on Wall Street. This is NPR News. Hyundai is recalling hundred and fifty five thousand Sonatas in the US from the two thousand eleven model year because the vehicles may contain defective airbags. Hyundai says a short circuit in the air back control system can prevent them from deploying in a crash. A new study by researchers at MIT shows that false news breast, faster and wider than accurate News does on Twitter, Craig Lemoult a member station. W G B. H has details. The researchers studied more than one hundred thousand stories tweeted between two thousand six in 2017 There were classified as true or false by snow split affect in several other independent fact checkers. The Foued false stories were seventy percent more likely to be read tweeted than true once, and it took six times as long for true stories to reach 1500 people. Co author sitting on a roll says, people are drawn to false tweets because they're often surprising when people share novel information. They're seen as being quote unquote in the know. Or as if they have access to inside information Arale says 'automated accounts or buts, or not to blame for the disproportionate spread of inaccurate news because they were found to spread Drew and false stories equally For NPR News, I'm Craig Lemoult in Boston. A federal judge in New York is recommending that President Trump mute rather than block some of his critics on Twitter Judge Naomi rice Buchwald made the suggestion after hearing arguments in a first amendment lawsuit the night First Amendment University in seven people filed the case last July after Trump block people who posted negative comments on his Twitter page. I'm Shea Stevens NPR News in Washington.

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"shea stevens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

"shea stevens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Do the live from npr news in washington i'm shea stevens president trump is refusing to release a democratic were bobble memo citing national security concerns the document counters a republican memo by house intelligence committee chair devon nunez alleging the fbi abuse at surveillance powers in the russia investigation the ranking democrat on the panel adam schiff suggests that trump's decision as a doublestandard the white house expressed oko third over at the part of joseph fbi when they they should not overshadow s by boat misleading it omitted material fat and they're worth completely ignored that but now they have the crowd apparently for the department of the fbi white house counsel don mcgann says trump is willing to reconsider the democratic memo is it is revised white house speechwriter david sorensen his stepping down over dimissed dick abuse allegations which a spokesman says he denies friday's announcement of sorensen's pending departure came a day after staff secretary rob porter left the white house while denying accusations that he abused to exwives wall street has ended a wild week on a positive note the tales from npr's john it's sti the road to the dow's welcome gain was not smooth the market.

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"shea stevens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"shea stevens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Boom live from npr news in washington on shea stevens president trump says the state of the union a strong because the american people are strong trump touted passage of the republican tax overhaul the repeal of the healthcare mandate the soaring stock market and trade policy changes as the chief minutes of his first year in office the president also urged congress to generate one and a half trillion dollars to rebuild the nation's infrastructure we will build gleaming new roads bridges highways railways and waterways all across our land and we will do it with american heart american hands and american grit trump says he wants to streamline the process for approving building permits massachusetts congressman joe kennedy has criticize the president's state of the union message on immigration including plans for border wall and setting new criteria for who gets to stay in the us and this nagging sinking feeling no matter your political belief at this is not right this is not who we are kennedy was speaking to an audience in fall river massachusetts the town he says his space it share of storms iowa state university political scientist david anderson says the president state of the union message probably will not inspire many people beyond his base we're going to have to make these complicated argument about government and reduce it to the lowest common denominator as if the state of the union was reality tv m e it just it was like a low energy red meat speech in the begin ginning where he was talking only to the republican party and the republican base but he didn't in a very low energy fashion anderson says trump's salute to.

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"shea stevens" Discussed on KQED Radio

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02:01 min | 2 years ago

"shea stevens" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The new my from npr news in washington i'm shea stevens president trump says the state of the union a strong because the american people are strong trump touted passage of the republican tax overhaul the repeal of the healthcare mandate the soaring stock market and trade policy changes as a chief minutes of his first year in office the president also urged congress to generate one and a half trillion dollars to rebuild the nation's infrastructure we will build gleaming new roads bridges highways railways and waterways all across our land and we will do it with american heart american hands and american griff trump says he wants to streamline the process for approving building permits massachusetts congressman joe kennedy is criticizing the president's state of the union h on immigration including plans were border wall and setting new criteria for who gets to stay in the us and this nagging sinking feeling don't matter your political belief that this is not right this is not who we are kennedy was speaking to an audience in fall river massachusetts a town he says his faced h share of storms iowa state university political scientist david anderson says the president's state of the union message probably will not inspire many people beyond his base we're going to have to make these complicated argument about government and reduce it to the lowest common denominator as if the state of the union with reality tv m e it just it with like eight low energy red meat speech in the beginning where he was talking only till the republican party and the republican base but he didn't in a very low energy fashion anderson since trump salute to a.

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01:53 min | 2 years ago

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"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from yearly where businesses can file in male w two and ten ninety nine forms businesses have until january thirty first to file w two and ten ninety nine forms you it's a day at yearly dot com that's yearly with an eye live from npr news in washington i'm shea stevens parts of the cell there's still coping with the remnants of another severe storm npr's debbie elliott reports that several deaths were blamed on frigid temperatures and dangerous driving conditions in the region officials from louisiana to the carolinas say government offices and schools will remain closed thursday as the region is gripped by snow and ice whether related deaths include traffic fatalities on slick roads and highways and people who died from exposure to subfreezing temperatures even where snow is no longer falling icy conditions persist because of the bitter cold new orleans mayor mich landrieu says black ice remains a hazard this is a very dangerous situation even though it may not look that way transportation in the city is hampered as portions of i tanner closed bridges and overpasses are impassable and streetcars are down because of icy electric line tens and frozen equipment debbie elliott npr news secretary of state rex tillerson says the united states has no plans to withdraw from syria anytime soon after forcing isis from most of the region at npr's michele kelemen reports tillerson wants to ensure that isis doesn't make a comeback tillerson describes syria as a major challenge for us diplomacy ends as us diplomats and development experts are trying to help stabilise areas once held by isis stabilization moves modest room for openended motion building or who synonym for reconstruction.

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"shea stevens" Discussed on KQED Radio

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01:42 min | 2 years ago

"shea stevens" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from npr news in washington i'm shea stevens president trump is insisting on immigration changes that include a southern border wall and ending the visa lottery system as well as entry based on ties with people are entries entities in the us in a late night tweet thursday trump said democrats seem bent on allowing people and drugs to pour into the us by the nation southern border hours earlier the president used a vulgar slur to describe african countries during an oval office meeting on immigration as npr scott horsely explains trump reportedly asked lawmakers why visitors from those countries should be welcomed over people from places like norway the residence slur which can't be repeated on the radio came in the course of a meeting with senators saw immigra russian the bipartisan group of lawmakers had reached a tentative deal to eliminate the visa lottery as trump wants but would have also extended a temporary welcomed emigrants from troublespots like el salvador guatemala and haiti the president rejected the agreement asking why the us would want to allow haitians to stay in the country he also used exceptionally crude language to describe countries in africa democrats denounced the president's remark as racist and unamerican they called on trump's fellow republicans to disavowed scott horsely npr news washington a massive search and rescue operation continues in santa barbara days after a mudslide killed at least seventeen people and left dozens others missing cal fire spokesman david clarke says the disaster was brought on by flash flooding in an area of ravaged by recent wildfires he says residents should not let their guard down i will urge and cal fire lovely to the informer the weather also have.

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"shea stevens" Discussed on KQED Radio

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02:09 min | 2 years ago

"shea stevens" Discussed on KQED Radio

"But resurged back in the 1920s and not just through marches and burning crosses the klan was active in many conventional aspects of life and it even brooke tradition by letting women take a stronger role will spend this hour with the book's author and with an expert on today's hate groups to see what history might teach us on fighting white supremacy now we'd love to hear from you especially if you've had direct experience with the claim comment on our facebook page or tweet us at one eight live from npr news in washington i'm shea stevens president trump is responding to excerpts from an upcoming book on the white house as npr's timber keith reports trump is accusing former chief advisor steve bannon of losing his mind and only looking out for himself bannon figures prominently in excerpts from the book fire and fury which the white house describes as trashy tabloid fiction the book claims that trump and his family didn't think he would win and didn't want him to it also quotes bannon describing a june 2016 trump tower meeting with top campaign officials and a russian lawyer as treasonous send unpatriotic here's press secretary sarah sanders describing the president's reaction furious disgusted would probably certainly felt when and you make such outrageous claims and completely false claims against the president his administration and his family some white house aides cooperated with the book's author and sanders blames bannon for that timur keith npr news the white house a major weather system is moving at the east coast threatening flooding and some coastal areas and as much as a foot of snow in new england the stormers causing the heaviest snowfall that parts of florida georgia and south carolina have seen a nearly three decades we've in night live's in savannah i've never experienced anything like this this is crazy i got the chip ice off my car i don't even know how to drive on a roll light is in a cycle weather i'm people telling me to keep a slow sodas when ahmadou keep this loan row airlines cancelled hundreds of flights on wednesday and planned to do more cancellations through thursday religious org in his asians are welcoming a.

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"shea stevens" Discussed on NPR News Now

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

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"Live from npr news in washington i'm shea stevens don joining out to make charitable donations that qualify for two thousand seventeen tax deduction as in pierce memphis will report taxpayers will not get as much of a tax break for next year's contributions under a new law taking effect on monday the new law reduces tax rates which means deductions are less valuable it also raises the standard deduction which means fewer people will itemize aisling haisman his head of national philanthropic trust which manages donor funds they're going to be left heaven and hanno horror moderately well haight carpet middleclass class gave gift charity and were really worried it's gonna lower the amount of money that cardi's actually get she says it could mean as much as twenty four billion dollars less a year charities are seen a surge in last minute giving this year as donors try to optimize their tax breaks the deadlines midnight sunday although donations sin in the mail need to be postmarked by saturday pmi slur npr news millions of americans in parts of the midwest and east coast are bracing for more bitter cold through the weekend emergency steps are being taken in several cities to protect the vulnerable at vandenberg says he's rescue mission in the walking has staffers combing the streets to get the homeless in shelters when they're doing they're roused servants instructed the staff to especially pay attention to cars if the windows are fogged up that means somebody's in the car mario mathis as the mission is helping him cope with his first winter without a home taken a liver continues to lean on.

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"shea stevens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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01:38 min | 3 years ago

"shea stevens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mm live from npr news in washington i'm shea stevens president trump's decision to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel is sparking condemnation from some us allies despite regional divisions arab nations are unified in their criticism of the move and paris daniel as turin report on the reaction from israeli and palestinian leaders israel has lit up one of the walls of the old city of jerusalem with american and israeli flags and israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu called it a historic day and said trump had made a courageous and just decision the president's decision is an important step towards these for the original prince the doesn't include jerusalem as the capital of the state of israel the palestinian envoy to washington called it a very black day and that the palestinian leadership would decide whether to continue working on the peace process with the us palestinian peace negotiator saeb erakat said i think president trump tonight disqualified the united states of america to play any role in any peace process the palestinian leadership is convening to decide its next steps daniel 'sarin npr news jerusalem a democratic officials has minnesota senator al franken will announce his resignation on thursday minnesota public radio's brian backs says several of franklins democratic colleagues have dropped their support following new sexual misconduct allegations the democratic officials spoke to franken and his staff says the senator will heed growing calls for his resignation the official discussed the conversations on.

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"shea stevens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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02:03 min | 3 years ago

"shea stevens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from npr news in washington on shea stevens the us senate has voting on a series of amendments to the one and a half trillion dollar tax overhaul that republicans are racing to pass this weekend one amendment to save the income tax deduction for state and local taxes has been rejected along party lines earlier dohrn debate on the package minority leader chuck schumer called the gop tax plan shameful historians will mark today as one of the darkest blackwater days in the long history of this uh republican lawmakers say the gop tax cuts will help the american people and the us economy a motion to adjourn until monday to allow more time to read the hundreds of pages making up the tax proposal was voted down along party lines former national security adviser michael flynn is cooperating with the special counsel investigating russian meddling in the 2016 us election as npr's ryan lucas reports flint has also pleaded guilty to lying to the fbi flynn's agreement with special counsel robert muller marks a major development in the probe into russia's interference in last year's election is the first former senior trump administration official to be charged in the investigation according to court papers flynn lied to the fbi about a series of conversations he had with the russian ambassador in december of 2016 those discussions focused on us sanctions on russia and the un security council resolution on israeli settlements flynn told investigators he was instructed by senior transition officials to engage with the russian ongoing in a statement released by his attorney flint said he made his decision to cooperate with investigators quote in the best interest of my family and our country ryan lucas npr news washington lawyers for a woman insisting she's the rifle acting director the consumer financial protection bureau are exploring their legal options this after a federal judge declined to block president trump's pick for the job mick mulvaney leandra english was chosen by her boss before he resigned from the post last week both english and mulvaney showed up for work on monday a federal judge in texas has signed a warrant for.

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"shea stevens" Discussed on NPR News Now

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01:42 min | 3 years ago

"shea stevens" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Support for this podcast and the following message comes from the ups store who knows small business owners don't get to take days off so of you need help with shipping this upcoming holiday they'll be open the ups store franchise locations are independently owned and operated services prices in hours may vary see centers for details live from npr news in washington i'm shea stevens vice president mike pence has paid his respects to the relatives of the twenty six people shot to death at a church in southern springs taxes three days ago evil descended on the small town and on the small church we gather did aid agree with those who grieve but also we gather in the resolve that this evil must come to an end in our land hence also said it's a crime that the gunman was able to buy weapons the shooter has been identified as a man kicked out of the military for abusing his former wife and her infant son investigators say that information was never put in a national crime database that could have prevented the shooter from buying guns used in sunday's attack senate republicans plan to unveiled their version of tax reform tomorrow gop senator david purdue says the measure could reduce the number of tax brackets and repeal the state and local tax deduction the house version would retain that deduction but only for property taxes and cap it at ten thousand dollars house ways and means committee could vote on tax legislation tomorrow lawmakers have a lot of questions about protecting consumer information in an error major data breaches former equi facts and yahoo executives.

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01:41 min | 3 years ago

"shea stevens" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hi i'm kelly mcevers and i'm robert siegel coming up president trump says shootings or a mental health problem so what's the administration's response texas company says it will resume the sale of bumps stocks which boosts the firing rate of an assault rifle also it's been a year since trump was elected has he changed previous kennedy to get elected are almost always sobered by the office and responsibility take on dump trump shows no evidence of that corn 17th century holland comes to washington's national gallery so there was a great sense of pride of who they work and that feeling of pride is evola and every single painting and was rim now the news my from npr news in washington i'm shea stevens president trump is urging all nations to fully implement un security council resolutions against north korea and to sever all ties with the isolationist country trump says the north weapons programme is putting the country's rouge dean in great danger but says there is a way out we will offer a path to a much better future it begins with an end to the aggression of eurasia in a stop to your development of ballistic missiles and complete verifiable and total the nuclear is trump in remarks to south korea's national assembly hours after that speech president trump is in beijing for the third leg of his asia tour anne pierce anthony kuhn says trump is the first foreign leader to visit chinese president xi jinping during she second fiveyear term in office china his build trump's time here is a state visit plus by that they mean the usual pomp of a state visit.

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01:37 min | 3 years ago

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"Support for this npr podcast in the following message comes from general assembly seattle learn end demand skills from top industry leaders get one hundred dollars off your next workshop encoding design and data use code npr at checkout g a dot c o slash npr live from npr news in washington i'm shea stevens president trump is pressing forward with his campaign to overhaul the federal tax code and pay our scott horsely reports on the president's rally near harrisburg wednesday to tout what he calls the plants benefits for middle class families president trump says his rich friends of told him they're not looking for favors in the tax overhaul instead he says the plan would livermore job spend fatter paychecks for working families across the country our framework ensures that the benefits of tax reform go to the middle class not to the highest earners it's a middle class bill at analysis by the nonpartisan tax policy center suggest otherwise it found the bulk of the savings of the gop plan would go those in the top 1 percent of the income ladder scott horsely npr news cal fire officials say they're concentrating on protecting lives and property at least twenty three deaths are blamed on wildfire still raging out of control in northern california most of them into noma county almost three hundred people were still reported missing are as of late wednesday investigators say they don't know how any of the nearly fourdayold places got started the fires have destroyed more than fifteen hundred properties.

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02:03 min | 3 years ago

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"Live from npr news in washington i'm shea stevens cooler calmer windsor helping crews battling more than a dozen wildfires in northern california as npr's nathan rot report the blazers have killed at least fifteen people and destroyed more than fifteen 100 structures since breaking out early monday nine of the confirmed fatalities are in cinema county which got hit hard by one of the fires in santa rosa box stores and neighborhoods in the north part of town or incinerated the remains of some buildings still smouldering at a press conference in goma county sheriff rubbed jeered donald says it received about two hundred and fifty missing person reports more than fifty of those people have since been founded they expected many more are okay but simply unable to reach their loved ones the fire took out so towers and communications in the area have been spotty still jeered auto says they expect the fatality account to grow as crews are able to search the burntout wreckage nathan route npr news santa rosa california authorities are still revising steven paddocks timelines for killing fifty seven people and injuring almost five hundred others before taking his own life in las vegas just over a week ago paddocks motive remains elusive and his k npr's nicole robinson carol reports police say rampant speculation on line is making it harder to distinguish between fact and rumor must vegas metro undersheriff kevin mcnary hill says some of the most persistent questions reporters and the public have asked him concerned the possibility of a second shooter dive spent time looking at all of the things that people have looked at but i'm one hundred percent confident that on the day of the shooting when he was murdering so many innocent people wounding so many others that he was solely responsible for pulling the trigger on all of those weapons stephen tadic had a pair of adjoining rooms at mandalay bay where police found 23 firearms mcnary hill says the room facing away from the music festival allowed paddock to target jet fuel tanks at the city's nearby airport before firing on the crowd.

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"shea stevens" Discussed on NPR News Now

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"shea stevens" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington on shea stevens security forces in spain say they have poured it a second terrorist attack in a coastal resort town of kimber brill's about sixty miles south of barcelona according to the bbc's rounder walker authorities say the incident is connected to an earlier deadly incident in which a van was ploughed into civilians in barcelona but police said they launched an operation in response to a terrorist attack in the tone of cambrils they haven't given details so far but there were unconfirmed reports that a group of attackers wearing a parent explosive belts had launched a fan attack similar to the one in barcelona six civilians among police officer is said to have been injured in video footage posted on social media cambrils residents could be seen running for cover and gun falsehood as police moved in on an area near the town's beachfront from an od the bbc's rounder walker reporting president trump as lamenting the removal of confederate symbols in cities and towns across the nation and wake of last weekend's violence during a white nationalist rally in charlottesville and a series of tweet on thursday trump said the nation is being ripped apart with removal of beautiful statues and monuments the can't be replaced as npr's vanessa romo reports them congressional democrats say confederate statues need to be removed from the us capital in a statement democratic house leader nancy pelosi calls out house speaker paul ryan by name if republicans are serious about rejecting white supremacy i call on speaker ryan to join democrats to remove confederate statues from the capital immediately she writes.

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"shea stevens" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm shea stevens security and defence officials on guam say they are confident that the defense department is maintaining readiness the remark follows north korea's threat to fire nucleartipped missile on us bases on the island in retaliation for new un sanctions president trump is responding to reports that north korea has successfully manufactured a nuclear warhead more from npr's windsor johnston president trump issued a stern warning to north korean leader kim jong un amid reports the country has produced a miniaturize nuclear warhead that can fit on its missiles has been very normal state and as i said they will be met with fire fury and frankly power the likes of which this world has never seen before the development of a nuclear warhead first reported by the washington post is a major milestone in north korea's quest to become a global nuclear power windsor johnston npr news washington scott snyder is director of you as korea policy at the council on foreign relations he says that belligerence will not slow the north's progress on nuclear weapons drift certainly is undesirable for your spree sparked uncovered could continue to look for ways to counter this progress and to reverse flick burt your address drawing a red wine and stating that ecomog subtle for another country to cross through at one is not going to get the job done snyder also says that it's not a good idea to exchanged threats with the north saying that all sides need to take a step back.

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"My from npr news in washington on shea stevens north korea's responding to the latest sanctions imposed by the united nations by saying it'll never put its nuclear and missile programmes up for negotiation as npr's michele kelemen reports the trumpet minister trey shen is trying to improve the prospect for dialogue with the north secretary of state rex tillerson says the us would be ready to talk to north korea under certain conditions video vercerne novine north korea could give us that their voltaire talk rubbish stoppage missile launchers he was speaking at a regional gathering in the philippines north korea's foreign minister was also so they're making clear that quote under no circumstances what his country put its nuclear weapons or ballistic missile programmes on the negotiating table saturday the un security council voted unanimously on new sanctions that would ban north korean coal exports and cap the number of workers north korea can send abroad tillerson is there gene un members to enforce it michelle kelemen npr news washington mayor rahm emanuel is defending chicago's lawsuit against the trump administration's immigration policies saying his city will not be blackmailed the lawsuit was aimed at a policy that bars federal public safety grants to communities refusing to help immigration of thought ortiz attorney general jeff sessions has issued a statement accusing chicago's political leaders of being hostile to laws designed to reduce crime and protect law enforcement officials in northeastern oklahoma are taking infant and tori after a series of weekend tornadoes that damaged dozens of homes and injured at least thirty people tulsa county sheriff deputy randy pierre says it sounded like something other than a storm both houses wasim shaking correct the sound of a of right train was going by tintri pierce telling kt you al his home was hit by the storm early sunday were the first time this year montana's national guard has been activated to help battle one of the largest wildfires in that state montana public radio's katie reared reports montana governor steve bullock declared a state of emergency july 23rd in response to extreme fire activity in the state it authorized him to mobilise the national guard which he sent to the myers fire in his bernie more than thirteen thousand acres outside of fill berg brand skies with the team fighting the fire were going to be able to utilize one of the helicopters from the.

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