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02:20 min | 2 years ago

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"Woman engaged in sex acts the video was posted online on a site that pays performers per click it has now been taken down the city of Santa Monica calls the video deeply disturbing well as low clouds and dense fog hang around a little bit longer than usual this morning but still expecting sunshine today we're looking for highs in the mid upper sixties of your along the coast low to mid seventies inland I'm sherry Glaser now it's analysts and morning becomes eclectic good morning and you look very Sir dressed for winter time well it felt wintry when I left my house there's a thick blanket of fog as stretching from Hollywood all the way over here so I hope that lives today I'm not sure you're listening from but hope we have a good one that was very strange stories very by the way are is several morning becomes eclectic on KCRW but first news from NPR live from NPR news in Washington I'm Laxmi saying jurors are now weighing the evidence and Harvey wants teens criminal trial in New York City and peers rose Friedman reports the jury of seven men and five women began deliberating today after hearing nearly three weeks of testimony in the case Harvey Weinstein was charged with five counts of rape and sexual assault related to two women in New York City for weeks jurors heard women testified to harrowing stories of rape and abuse by the producer but his attorneys also hit back by attempting to damage the credibility of those women and by suggesting that the encounters were consensual at the time and being reframed only later as a salt there's very little physical evidence in the case if one scene is convicted of the most serious charge he could face life in prison he also faces charges in Los Angeles rose Friedman NPR news New York the Boy Scouts of America is filing for bankruptcy following a raft of sexual abuse allegations in lawsuits dating back decades the organization's bankruptcy petition listed its assets between one billion and ten billion dollars its liabilities reportedly range from five hundred million to a billion dollars the Boy Scouts says the filing will not affect local council since they are legally separate five months after the Afghan people voted for new president of Ghana stands election authority has rule that I strip Ghani has won a second five year term with just over fifty percent of the votes from COBOL in peers the hoodie reports Ganis rivals are alleging vote fraud the elections were marred by problems from the start from low turn out to tens of thousands of votes being.

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02:30 min | 2 years ago

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"Official announcement is we've gone in dollars I'll let our goals what we doing that's always going to endorse we now go into indoors it can be the the union is clear it does not support a Medicare for all plan the workers fought hard to have their health care and they want to keep it the union says it has felt the wrath of Bernie Sanders supporters online for NPR news I'm free Xander in read now on wallstreet stocks are mixed the Dow Jones industrial average is down seventeen points to twenty nine thousand four hundred six the nasdaq is up more than twenty eight points at ninety seven hundred forty the S. and P. five hundred is up about four points you're listening to NPR news from Washington it's eight oh four I'm sherry Glaser with KCRW news LA county district attorney Jackie Lacey has moved to unwind decades of drug prosecutions that disproportionately targeted people of color we have asked the court is this near the sixty six thousand cannabis related convictions in Los Angeles county we believe it is the largest ever in California to wipe out old criminal convictions in a single word Nash during a news conference yesterday Lacey said her office is working with a nonprofit group called code for America to use algorithms to search court records to find eligible cases some going back as far as the nineteen sixties these expungement says they're called come almost a year after laci first pledge to do so and weeks before she faces reelection as for who will get relief approximately thirty two percent of those involved are black twenty percent are white forty five percent are Latino as a result of our actions these conditions should no longer bird does what struggle to find a job or place because of their criminal record hot line to the LA county public defender's office will be the point of contact for people once the court dismisses their marijuana conviction former San Francisco DA George gas cone and public defender Rachel Rossi who are both running for Lee C. C. say the move is too little too late dozens of environmental activists rallied in playa del Rey yesterday they're calling a local leaders to shut down the southern California gas facility there is KCRW's Kaylee wells reports is not the first time activists have push for mayor Eric Garcetti in the city council to get involved.

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02:16 min | 2 years ago

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"Killing Iranian general Qassem Soleimani that received backlash from both the democratic and Republican congressman for NPR news I'm only Niemeyer in Murray Kentucky heavy rains have triggered flooding in a number of states including Mississippi Alabama and Kentucky this is a hundred year flood it is significant it is severe that's Kentucky governor Andy Bashir speaking yesterday I'm David Mattingly in Washington and on this Friday morning you are listening to KCRW I'm sherry Glaser good to happy here looks like a trouble spot right now is on the west on sixty freeway starting out in riverside westbound sixty eight main got a record tying up the car pool lane that is causing delays basically if you're headed over towards the two fifteen interchange big jump off I had into diamond bar one spend sixty to fifty seven that's where a car in a pickup collided there over to the right shoulder this point trying to get everything sorted out if you're near the airport just a heads up on that connector road from the south for a five to the west one oh five got a stall reported there could be making that transition kind of crowded that's on the south for all five to the west one oh five should be selling today after the morning burn off looking for highs in the sixties to about seventy you pretty much the same tomorrow warmer Sunday in presidents day with highs in the sixties to mid seventies support for NPR comes from NPR stations and from fidelity wealth management or advisors work with their clients to develop flexible investment strategies that can evolve as their needs change learn more at fidelity dot com slash wealth fidelity brokerage services L. L. C. and from I drive providing cloud backup full system back up and on site I drive appliance to protect PC's Max's servers from data loss due to crashes and ransomware and I drive dot com slash NPR it's five thirty five it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm no well king good morning the trump administration is keeping the pressure on Wall way the giant Chinese telecommunications equipment company the department of justice.

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01:45 min | 2 years ago

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"This is NPR news I'm sherry Glaser with this KCRW news update the mayor of San Luis Obispo speaking out about harassment she's faced while in office mayor Heidi Harman shared her personal story after study came out from a journal called the state and local government review showing that female mayor is more than twice as likely as male mayors to experience psychological abuse and almost three times as likely to experience physical violence here she is speaking Dan P. R. about online attacks against her comments on my looks whether other sexualized nature or body shaming and those types of things calling me stupid crazy fat she says her office has also faced physical attacks a man entered my office and jumped over our security wall assaulted my staff and had to be taken down by my city manager everyone is is okay but the office is traumatized Harmon was elected in twenty sixteen she says she thinks president Donald Trump has made the situation worse for women and local office but she hopes stories like hers do not scare women away from running for office but rather inspire them to change their community you're listening to morning edition I'm on all nations unto the point did CNN wait too long to have democratic candidates about climate change I really wish that the gene and had a listen to people and said why don't we have an entire debate on climate change this is the final issue of our time we hear what the candidates finally had to say and what is Chief Justice John Roberts role in the trump impeachment on our to the blood type cast if your morning commute.

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04:12 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm sherry Glaser on the next morning edition the house of representatives has delivered to the Senate the articles of impeachment against president trump laying the groundwork for a trial you'll hear from a constitutional law expert about how that trial will work plus the White House is throwing its weight behind the issue of prayer in schools and what scientists are hoping to learn from a group of mice who returned after living more than a month on board the international space station that's on the next morning edition here on KCRW KCRW sponsors include S. T. X. films presenting the gentleman and action comedy directed by guy Ritchie starring Matthew McConaughey Charlie Hunnam Henry Golding Michelle Dockery with Colin Farrell and Hugh grant in theaters everywhere January twenty fourth it is five forty nine here K. C. R. W. up ahead this hour on All Things Considered director Bartlett sheer is known for having twist to classic American musicals and plays his My Fair Lady fiddler on the roof and to kill a mockingbird are or will soon be anyway on national tour more about that coming up next our house speaker Nancy Pelosi as you may have been hearing has transmitted the articles of impeachment to the Senate today she also announced the members of Congress who will serve as impeachment managers more on who they are and what their role will be during the trial expected to start next Tuesday checking your roads now on this Wednesday evening downtown LA the west down ten at Matteo there's a crash blocking the block in the center lane there in traffic is slow coming away from the five also downtown LA on with that one ten before the ten there's a scroll a tall car that stalled in the center lane and in Sherman oaks the south a one a one past four or five stole car being moved over to the right shoulder right now fifty seven degrees in Santa Monica it is five fifty from NPR news it's All Things Considered I'm Audie Cornish and I'm ari Shapiro last year was the second hottest ever recorded it's the latest scientific confirmation that the planet is getting steadily hotter and NPR's Rebecca Herschel reports of this fact is more and more obvious to humans going about their daily lives twenty nineteen was the second hottest year on record according to the latest data released by the national oceanic and atmospheric administration and NASA records go back more than a century so twenty nineteen is the second hottest twenty sixteen was the hottest and the third hottest was twenty fifteen Gavin Schmidt is the director of NASA's Goddard institute for space studies the fact is the planet is warming and every year we add one extra data points to this golf the main thing here is is not really the ranking but is the consistency of the long term trends that we see the long term trend goes back decades the twenty ten for the hottest decade ever before that the two thousands have that title and so on the earth is getting steadily hotter every decade today the planet is about one degree Celsius warmer than it was in the mid twentieth century a twenty eighteen report by the United Nations intergovernmental panel on climate change warned that warming of one point five degrees Celsius would be catastrophic for millions of people the woman who up until now so you know since nineteen seventies has been quite close to many are if you kind of extrapolate that Ford you would imagine that we would cost one point five in around twenty thirty five but of course that depends on what we do with emissions human emissions of greenhouse gases are the overwhelming driver of global warming and right now global emissions are rising the US has omitted the most total CO two of any country the data released today also illustrate how different regions are being affected the arctic is warming three times faster than the rest of the planet hot ocean water helped power dangerous cyclones and disrupt good fisheries in the continental US rain patterns are changing geek aren't works on forecasting at Noah he says hotter temperatures are making droughts more severe warmer atmosphere is a thirst your atmosphere sucking up moisture and then dumping rain all at once we're seeing the largest events getting larger that means more flood risk for example in twenty nineteen big rainfall events drove record breaking floods along the Mississippi River and its tributaries.

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

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"The longer term and there was a quick step in that direction when the US announced a deal with Japan and the European Union to challenge some Chinese subsidies the first one it's got thanks I'm sherry Glaser with this case here W. news update a state Senate committee is holding hearings today on a bill that could make beverage manufacturers more responsible for recycling one thing is certain California's recycling system is in trouble we don't have a place to bring our bottles and cans that's Jamie court he's president of the advocacy group consumer watchdog they want to overhaul the system by putting soda juice and wine producers on the hook the companies that make money off those products should be responsible for making sure that we are recycling and that we are getting our nickels and dimes back and in every system around the world that's effective we have that system consumer watchdog says California's bottle deposit program has a retention rate of just over sixty six percent Michigan in Oregon by contrast have redemption rates of over eighty percent court says shifting responsibility to the beverage industry would earn Californians a much bigger share of the one and a half billion dollars a year we pay a nickel and dime deposits you're listening to morning edition.

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04:33 min | 2 years ago

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"They listen to you while you listen to us and keep listening to KCRW gotten our left in the studio can't take a quick break and get to the music stay with us I'm sherry Glaser on the next morning edition people to judge says he's qualified to be president in spite of his lack of leadership experience at the national level you'll hear from the mayor south bend about why he should be elected to the White House plus Bernie Sanders has rolled out his immigration policy proposal and it calls for some major changes including breaking up ice and how they watch is David Hasselhoff became an unlikely star of German reunification that's on the next morning edition here on KCRW and and yeah sure my absolutely love that tune Alan Vega and suicide sherry is.

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01:53 min | 2 years ago

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"Right and KCRW's cherry Glazer we've been sort of huddled in the news room talking about the president's visit and exactly where you can or can't go today so give us the rundown of of what's close right now well Steve we've had some closures in effect in downtown LA since early this morning the biggies are Figueroa between six and eight th Wilshire between flour and Beaudry and seven from flower to big soul basically you don't need to be in downtown LA this afternoon get the heck out of town all rights of downtown we've had those closures going on for hours now the west side the president flying in to LA acts and then to Santa Monica and then there I mean there are a lot of closures in in the west side as well right on the big thing seems to be he's he's transferring from LA acts to downtown and then back and then hitting the streets on the big area you want to avoid is basically sunset right around Benedict canyon this is where the fundraisers going ground zero tonight all right so Benedict canyon Sunset Boulevard to this is out in north of Beverly hills west Hollywood also probably good idea to steer clear of Bundy if you possibly can. okay and the closures will remain in effect I know there's something going on he's got a breakfast tomorrow in LA as well as the morning commute that's right on a lot of the west side of closures are for this evening that downtown closures were talking till sometime around mid day tomorrow so downtowns gonna beasts stalled for a while. W. sherry Glaser cool that's a lot what we had Obama Jim that we've got trump Jim yes with the with the president in town cherry thank you even a priest yet I am hoping that you will agree KCRW is a refuge for civil dialogue inspired stories traffic information for you music that moves you you're here because you like what we do help support it please and today we have this challenge from a generous KCRW supporter board member Silas Myers is matching your contribution dollar for dollar if we can raise twenty five grand by midnight tonight and you will also. be.

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04:14 min | 2 years ago

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"Before that Iraq up to buy I would let the on on the guest vocals to songs re reva are a V. eight from Brazilian explosion J. so German soldiers here alone man kann flew by we went all over musically during the show but time flies when you are celebrating free range liberated video like this and justice going on vibes and feeling you know what I mean so we'll be right back with the a cappella for the week and then mark just under twenty minutes to go to stay close KCRW. all out I'm just a money on a host of KCRW's great forty after I've been narrowing down the best or P. as in the south and the final face off as a PS stuff for the whole family. Vera street for great food me televised music kids activities and more with the goal of the of the quarter for flowers only one way to find out. be there this Sunday ours fifty for free at KCRW dot com slash the. I'm sherry Glaser on the next morning edition you'll get an update on hurricane Dorian Nesset batters communities along the east coast from Florida to the Carolinas plus Joe Biden says he was against the invasion of Iraq from the beginning but some critics say he's trying to rewrite history. and Sascha Baron Cohen talks about his latest project a new series for Netflix but this time it's not a comedy that's on the next morning edition we do mornings on case yard. so as I mentioned I every single week we uphold the tradition of starting off the last twenty minutes segment of every show every Wednesday evening I am with you here on KCRW and for on twelve and a half years we've kept this tradition that we do in all acapella piece to start this last segment so well this is the one for the week by a group called the soul stirrers with the young man and the lead vocals named Sam Cooke Jesus gave me water the acapella for the week on KCRW. for old you. game or water. G. moving along. Jesus gave me wall. it is this way. G. gamer wall. he. along. Jesus gave me wall. from. came to the well to get some more. she met a stranger. job. again was made. he. and. Jesus gave a long. long he gave that a long long long. he did it. and back to. and it is. she came back to M. rating in June. do you. yeah. John and there was no. does she have. thank. not. a little longer..

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02:00 min | 2 years ago

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"Your chance Casey are W. L. doubles with you on this absolutely fantastic Saturday afternoon just search for anywhere from collateral the full length is immunity impossible the song and Clara live at the observatory that's gonna be Thursday October seventeenth so definitely put that in your calendars grab a ticket at the observatory sherry Glaser from the falling stuff than ready we heard stuff explain who will be opening up for comfort the collapse at the Hollywood Bowl September fifteenth as part of KCRW's world festival series at the Hollywood Bowl twentieth season sherry Glaser cover the collapse telecom was hosting it's gonna be fine check the website KCRW dot com for all the information and links to the Hollywood Bowl sightseeing grab a ticket for that as well coming out of Mexico but based in New York these days Montrond with no other place for any single coming through national records and caravan palace as for any full length called chronologically and we heard miracle that's two brainy on KCRW coming up at two o'clock it is and any valid as in before then you're shot of those tickets KCRW presents Quantic at the lodge room Friday September thirteenth so we'll hauling always brings a K. Quantic full band that's absolutely amazing and your shot of tickets in the in the house for that one coming up right here in case you're not.

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11:01 min | 2 years ago

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"It's eight oh four I'm sherry Glaser with KCRW news Orange County supervisors have approved a settlement of a pair of federal lawsuits over controversial decision to clear a homeless encampment from the Santa Ana river bed last year is KCRW's Darryl Samson reports the Selma gives the homeless a reprieve from anti camping laws except in certain areas the agreement approved in a closed meeting of the board of supervisors creates two zones one in which transients can be arrested immediately and another that requires law enforcement first to do outreach and try to move them into shelters the restricted areas where homeless people can be immediately arrested include John Wayne airport flood control channels and high risk wilderness areas but the settlement prevents the sheriff's department from enforcing anti camping laws in nine southern Orange County cities that they patrol unless deputies provide homeless people with some alternative to sleeping outdoors supervisor into dough called the settlement an important step in the county suffered to build a system of care and a broader response plan for the homelessness crisis advocates for the homeless sued the county last year to stop a move to clear out hundreds of people living along a stretch of the Santa Ana river since then under orders from U. S. district judge David Carter the county is open new shelters and stepped up health services for people living on the street for Casey are W. I'm Darryl sats meant LA county supervisors are pushing to hire more social workers in the antelope valley this comes after four year old boy named know what quattro died earlier this month in Palmdale his parents took note to the hospital after they say he almost drowned in a pool but the hospital discovered signs of trauma not related to drowning and police have opened an investigation and they have been questioning know as parents LA county's department of child and family services had received calls from people concerned about the boys well being this is not the first time the agency's been criticized for losing a child under their watch no it's great grandmother hired attorney Brian Claypool who condemned DCFS for allowing no were to be returned to his parents at two years old doctor calls in and says this little boy's starving to death and miss spineless heartless agency sends out little boy back into the dungeon and now we're planning a funeral over the last several years to other young boys also died in there and low valley homes in spite of calls to DCFS California is one of eight states plus the district of Columbia that allow dying people to request a lethal medication to end their lives new data released by the state health department says almost ninety percent of people who use the long California are white that's partly because minority patients are less likely than white people to have access to hospice another end of life care Kim Callanan is with the national nonprofit compassion and choices she says other areas of the community need to know what's available the information that's written right now is right primarily for the white audience we need to have messages the materials that will resonate given the culture and the community that were trying to reach but they're also philosophical differences in other ethnic communities that often do not embrace the idea of end of life care physicians are not required to give patients the legal drugs but advocates want them to share more guidance about the law you're listening to KCRW it's eight oh seven it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm no well king good morning the house of representatives did what a lot of people expected it to do last night for Republicans and one independent joined every Democrat in the house in voting to condemn president trump's racist tweets from the past weekend in those tweets president trump told for US Congress women to go back to where they came from three were born in the U. S. and all of them are citizens joining us on the phone now is a senior member of the house U. S. representative Tom Cole is a Republican from Oklahoma good morning Sir Hey good morning to you so you were one of the few Republicans who openly criticized the president's comments do you think they were racist now I don't I think they were inappropriate and offensive but again I don't think they were racist why don't you think they were racist right because I simply don't I don't think I don't think the president is a racist I think that was one of the reasons why the the by the very ill advised resolution broke down safely along party lines it over reached and frankly you know was a bipartisan sat up as opposed to being a serious and thoughtful discussion about a problem when you could teach the president's comments will you critiquing them for in that event well first of all I don't think you ever tell anybody to go back where they're from in America almost all of Americans are from someplace else it's not an appropriate thing and second I just thought that you don't you also don't question anyone to an American citizen you are an American were the were born someplace else or not so I think that implication bothered me a great deal and I just thought it was an appropriate way to talk to any American let alone for American should middle acted by their fellow Americans to represent them in Congress you just don't think it was racist now I don't currently I also think that if you you have to remember your to theirs we've had colleagues routinely call down by presiding officers for using inappropriate language for the president we've had people that have said the federal workers are you a running concentration camps we've had people that have said if you support Israel you do it for the money we've had people that have first forward to the president with vulgar after faction said they're going to impeach him none of those people were subject to resolution so the double standard here in terms of accepting comments on your own side of the aisle and criticizing essentially sim would you know others white sticker simmering on other is just you know it's breathtakingly inappropriate listen is here to see those people are not the president of the United States they are members of the same rules of decorum so this idea that it's okay for everybody but the president to say something I don't go with that look I think the rules of behavior and procreate language pride equally to everybody condition the president will likely hit some type of nerve along these lines again possibly soon are you comfortable with the Republican Party having to come to either defend or to cry the president's words again and again I think people have to make their own individual decisions about that I don't see this as a the Republican Party doing something I see it as individual members elected officials reacting so would I change the language of the present I work but when I change the language of my democratic colleagues again routinely call down by presiding officer on the floor on the floor which is actually a place that has a much higher standard of what's acceptable at the speaker found out yesterday you know again if you're going to do this you have to be willing to do it to everybody and I don't spend a lot of time quite frankly commenting on what other people say is if you do that you're not going to be saying anything you're just gonna be commenting on other people's comments so better to keep your head down do you work all right but when the president makes these remarks are they don't do much to add to his base in the country this diverse we know that I ease this is a losing strategy that he's pursuing well how far out you know a lot of people thought he was pursuing a Louise losing strategy in two thousand sixteen and he prevail so we'll find out about that but if you're asking me what I prefer the language be more traditional more presidential I would and do I think that would be helpful to him politically I do because I think sometimes gets in the way of a very good economy a very good record on deregulation very good effort to rebuild the matter the American military has a lot to that I think you could point to that sometime just sort of rhetoric can distract from when I was little political guy I regret that I'd rather focus on the substance because I think it's a winner for the press we talk to former Republican representative Ileana ros Lehtinen a couple months ago as she left office she was the first Latina elected to Congress and she told us if the Republican Party fails to attract more diverse people it's just gonna lose a whole generation limply which he said we need to pay attention to the changing demographics of our country and we have not been attuned to that we've been appealing to one certain section of of America is she right conger I think she makes a very good point and certainly the point about appealing to diverse groups is absolutely critical America frankly it always has been but it's even more so today and you know again I don't think that was certainly proof President Bush or many of our members so but the point is it is an important point for Republicans to think about and fortunately there are conservatives in every racial or ethnic group in America but you've got a welcome them and you've got to bring them and and you've got a you know show them that their values are your values so when you fail to do that yeah you pay a political price for inappropriately so representative Tom Cole Republican from Oklahoma thanks so much Tim at mac covers Congress for NPR he's in studio with me Tim what stood out to you from that conversation what the congressman as seem to suggest that Democrats on a routine basis make equally offensive comments as the president did over the weekend I think Democrats would say that that misses the the whole point of what was so uniquely offensive about what the president said Democrats don't typically I I'm I'm not aware of any Democrats having told the president to go back to where he came from and that's because people with the president's racial background don't get told things like that does the very nature of why this the these comments were racist over the weekend and I think that's what Democrats would say our leaders in both parties comfortable with the outcome of last night's vote is going to move anywhere yeah Republican leaders in the house were were very quick to say that they did not think that the president was racist or that his comments were racist and they were as you could tell by the results of the vote yesterday unified against the democratic resolution in Paris to mac covers Capitol Hill Tim thanks so much thanks a lot some other news now president trump's new rules on asylum are causing anxiety and confusion among the people affected this new role went into effect on Tuesday it means that most migrants cannot seek asylum at the US border unless they have already asked for asylum in one of the countries that they crossed on their way to the United States that means that many people fleeing Central America might end up having to ask for asylum in say Guatemala which has to prepare to deal with tens of thousands of asylum seekers your centers carry cot Jose Jonathan Escobar is one of the four hundred refugees now working their way through Guatemala's.

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm sherry Glaser would look at some of the stories making headlines here in southern California a federal judge has blocked a trump administration policy that we keep thousands of asylum seekers locked up while they pursue their cases US district judge Marcia Pakman ruled yesterday in Seattle the people who were detained after entering the country to seek protection are entitled to bond hearings this comes after Attorney General William Barr announce this spring that the government would no longer offer such hearings but instead keep those people in custody it was part of the trump administration's efforts to try to slow the surge of migrants arriving at the US Mexico border if you're heading to LA acts today watch out for picket lines more than seven hundred airline catering workers are picketing for higher wages and more affordable healthcare their union recently filed a formal complaint claiming that their employer Ellis G. sky chefs has violated LA's.

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01:54 min | 2 years ago

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"And this is KCRW news on a Tuesday, June fourth good afternoon. I'm very Parrella. Here's what's happening at three thirty two. A heads up if you are a Kaiser permanent patient and open ended strike by roughly four thousand mental health workers up and down the state will begin next Tuesday. That's a week from today. The national union of healthcare workers says the impending strike is a response to what it calls a full blown crisis involving patient, wait times to receive therapy. The union says, in some cases patients are being forced to wait three months before they can get help. Kaiser is condemning the planned strike, and accusing the workers of quote walking away from their patients. The union says the strike will last until Kaiser addresses staffing, shortfalls. Well, maybe hard to believe with all the rain and gloomy weather. We've had in southern California but fire season it's almost here in some file restrictions or even starting to go into. Effect as KCRW Sherry Glaser explains. The state's fire agency Cal fire has suspended outdoor residential burning in parts of San Bernardino riverside, San Diego and imperial counties, that means people living, there aren't allowed to burn dead, brush, or start open blazes in areas, where the state provides fire services campfires are limited to fire pits and other facilities in public campgrounds. And the only times reports cooking fires are only allowed. If you have a valid permit and no other way to cook your food the wildfire season has gotten off to a slow start. Thanks to the wet winter, but Cal fire has already responded to more than eight hundred wildfires so far this year, and there could be more to come as all the brush, and wildflowers begin to dry out. And that's KCRW cherry, Glazer reporting, and San Francisco supervisors are considering a proposal to force drug addicts with serious mental illnesses into treatment. Maryland and breed and other supporters say the move is necessary to help addicts, who are often homeless and suffering from a mental illness among. Other things they say it makes them a danger to themselves. Supervisors are expected to consider the idea sometime later today. Critics call the measure a violation of civil rights..

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"Mirko was delivering the keynote address at Harvard after receiving an honorary degree. The sixty four year old chancellor spoke about going up behind the Berlin Wall in east Germany. She was elected to lead Germany in two thousand five fewer Americans were signing contracts to buy homes in April. That's according to the national association of realtors group says it's pending home. Sales index fell one and a half percent last month. Stocks closed modestly higher today, the Dow gained forty three points and the session at twenty five thousand one sixty nine NASDAQ rose twenty points, this is NPR and the says KCRW it's Thursday may thirtieth, a very good afternoon to you leery parole. Here's what's happening at four zero four. The California state assembly has approved a Bill that would make it harder for students to cheat their way into public universities in the state. This comes as some big name, California schools, both public and private have been caught up in a nationwide. College admission scandal. KCRW Sherry Glaser the Bill called AB thirteen Eighty-three would prohibit the. The UC and Cal State university systems from giving special admission to students without getting approval from at least three college administrators. I the bill's sponsor democrat, Kevin McCarthy tells the LA times that right now students can be accepted with the approval of just one administrator and he says, that's led to the cases of parents working with consultants to pay off people and get their children into elite schools. You see leaders say that in recent years, less than two percent of their students have been exempted from admission standards, the count state system, says just one percent of its students were admitted last year by exception athletes year. Sherry Glaser reporting, a former UCLA offensive tackle is suing university of California. Regents, former UCLA football coach Jim Mora and some former coaching and training, staff Zachary Bateman says he filed suit Wednesday because of foot injuries. He says he got while playing for the Bruins in two thousand fifteen through seventeen he alleges negligence including emotional distress hiring and retention. He says he told the coaching staff he had severe pain in his right foot. But they told him to quote, man. In up and play through it. He says coaches later, ridiculed and insulted him, every time he asked for treatment, and an X Ray, he says, coaches enters insisted it was just a sprain. But an MRI Bateman allegedly had done outside the school revealed he had two breaks to his right foot and the Michelin guide to the world's best restaurants. Now includes more of California than just the bay area. New list out honoring more, forcible dining destinations from.

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"sherry glaser" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"sherry glaser" Discussed on KCRW

"Dow's ind types of weapons rifles, shotguns, assault weapons. Pistols, LAPD Lieutenant Chris Ramirez. A neighbor tipped off police that something was not right at the house. Doug complaint came in as that individual at this residence was selling weapons Ramirez weapons were found stacked all around the home yesterday and several rooms were cluttered with guns and ammunition. One man was arrested the house, by the way owned by Cynthia Beck. She's a former mistress of Gordon getting an air to the Getty oil fortune and one of the world's richest men is not clear. Beck is connected in any way to the arms bust federal prosecutor today. Filed more than a hundred hate crime charges against the man suspected of attacking worshipers at that Jewish synagogue and Powell and your San Diego asked month on the charges could make him eligible for the death penalty. Here's KCRW Terry. Glaser nineteen year old John Ernest is accused of barging into a synagogue on the last day of Passover and firing off several rounds from an assault style rifle he killed one person and wounded three others before the gun jammed our nurse then reportedly fled, but a short time later he called nine one one and allegedly admitted to the shooting saying he did it because quote, the Jewish people are destroying the white race the new criminal complaint charges earnest with one hundred nine counts, including fifty four of obstruction of free exercise of religious beliefs resulting in death and bodily injury and involving the attempt to kill Ernest would be eligible for the death penalty or life in prison without parole. If convicted of murder that's classified as a hate crime KCRW, Sherry Glaser reporting in the San Diego zoo has to new arrivals. Pair of endangered African penguin chicks. Zoo officials say the fluffy chicks came from two predating couples and hatched two months ago staffers have been working with the chicks to get them used to humans before they're introduced into the penguin colony in the next few weeks four three four KCRW..

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"sherry glaser" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:43 min | 3 years ago

"sherry glaser" Discussed on KCRW

"Music from the high Llamas before that that's a project that kind of spun out of stereo lab had a release from nineteen ninety eight entitled cold and bouncy. We heard the track three point scrabble Sherry Glaser before that and a single from last year juicy socks the name of the tune, and we started to set off with Madonna in her collaboration with William orbit the album Ray of light, we heard the title cut to that record here on KCRW. Today on press play teachers go on strike occur. We hope every student to school. Around ten year disruption. Will do that Madeleine brand with the first teacher strike in thirty years? Looks like today at one on press play on KCRW. We continue with something from nineteen ninety eight from the band of marine research. This is a band that came from the ashes of the band, heavenly and released just a soul record called sounds from the Gulfstream technically came out in nineteen ninety nine. However, there wasn't an advanced single from the record that came out in nineteen ninety eight and it is my favorite track from the records. I figured we'd go ahead and give that a shot. The track is entitled Queen bee from marine research here on KCRW. In between a collaboration from Thais eagle and white fence to classic from Elliott Smith here on KCRW..

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KCRW

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"sherry glaser" Discussed on KCRW

"Been the victim of gun violence. All the time while congress stood by and did nothing Gifford said down the time for Democrats and Republicans to join together to do something about gun violence. Stocks closed higher for third straight session. The Dow was up two hundred and fifty six points. This is NPR and this is KCRW at seven oh four. Good evening. I'm Steve take is. Here's what's happening right now a plan to retrofit an immigration detention center in the antelope valley is a womens gaol is on hold right now and could be dead. The LA county board of supervisors postponed a vote on the matter earlier today, a proposal that had long been opposed by criminal Justice advocates supervisor Sheila you'll calling for postponing that vote for several weeks saying she's unable to support it right now in its current adoration a proposal to reconstruct the mirror Loma detention center into a jail for women. The board will revisit as I said in a matter of weeks cure says she's a no because of the sheer distance the jail would be from where the women come from. And where their families would have to. Travel to her colleagues supervisor Hilda says she's also a know given the proposals current iteration she says right now she's committed to finding new strategies to keep families closer together and lower recidivism the state approved one hundred million dollars in funding for the work back in two thousand fourteen but two hundred fifteen million dollars more in funding from the county requires four of five LA county board members to approve and again, we have to no votes in its current edition. That will revisit in several weeks. A transgender inmate is suing California accusing the state of failing to protect prisoners who identify as LGBTQ. She's calling on the State Department of corrections to better protect such inmates and to comply with the law federal law aimed at reducing rape behind bars. Here's KCRW Sherry Glaser. Candice Crowder alleges trans prisoners are abused systematically in two thousand fifteen she was placed in a salad. Corcoran state prison in the central valley with an inmate who harassed her and forced her to perform. Sex axe. She told prison staff a short time later, she says her cellmate raped her Crowder says when she asked for medical treatment, she was ignored. Instead she claimed she was put in solitary confinement for almost nine months in part to protect her and it didn't stop there. The Sacramento bee reports in two thousand sixteen Crowder was transferred to a prison hospital where she again was first threatened then violently attacked Crowder says guards did nothing to stop the attack implying. She had provoked KCRW Sherry Glaser reporting a study by researcher at UC Irvine back in twenty oh seven found the trans inmates were more likely to be assaulted in prison than the general population right now in the state of California, you already have the option to opt for digital receipts at many restaurants and stores, but a new Bill would make digital receipts default by twenty twenty two unless you ask for a paper one democrat, Phil ting. The bay area says that law would be the first of its kind in the United States the assembly member comparison. The ban on plastic straws dining restaurants that went into effect of the beginning of this year. He also says receipts are coded in a toxic chemical that can cause neurological issues to think that every time I'm getting received. I have to touch a BPA filled receive seems to be not only responsible, but also very dangerous. No report from the consumer advocacy group. Green America finds it at least ten million trees and twenty one billion gallons of water used to make paper receipts every year. In the United States seven seven KCRW support for NPR comes from the Andrew w Mellon foundation. Guided by the belief that the arts and humanities are essential to the well-being of diverse and democratic societies..

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US, Sherry Glaser And Mexico discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:53 sec | 3 years ago

US, Sherry Glaser And Mexico discussed on All Things Considered

"And people trying to enter the country illegally. Let's KCRW Sherry Glaser reports that threat comes a new report finds but the number of undocumented immigrants living in the US has dropped sharply. An estimated ten point seven million unauthorized immigrants were living in the US in two thousand sixteen down from a peak of more than twelve million. The decline was due mostly to big drop in undocumented immigrants coming from Mexico. That's according to the nonpartisan Pew Research Center, which. Crunched numbers from the US census bureau over the past decade a dozen states have seen their undocumented population shrink the biggest drop by far was here in California where the number of unauthorized immigrants fell by more than half a million. Meanwhile, a growing number of undocumented immigrants are arriving in the country legally, but overstaying their business. The vast majority of them come from places other than Mexico and Central America. Let's KCRW Sherry

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