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06:59 min | 2 years ago

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"College coming up a man accused of opening fire on a synagogue and San Diego County makes his first court appearance. Good morning are the US in Iran inching closer to conflict this morning. The State Department has ordered all non-emergency government employees to leave Iraq as soon as the camp. It's morning edition from NPR news. National security officials are reportedly reviewing plans to send up to one hundred twenty thousand US troops to the region if threats from Iran intensified, I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Noel king coming up. We are in the middle of one of the biggest housing booms in US history and Alabama is poised to put into place one of the most restrictive antiabortion laws in the country. The only exception to the ban is if the mother's life is at serious risk or what the Bill calls a fetal anomaly, it is Wednesday may fifteenth happy birthday to tennis star Andy Murray. He's thirty two years old today. And the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. The State Department has ordered most American staff at its embassy in Iraq and a consulate to leave that country. NPR's? Jane row reports the order comes after the US alleged that Iranian backed groups could target Americans in the region. The State Department said the departure applied to all non-emergency or non essential personnel. There being pulled out of Iraq for at least thirty days longer, if the orders renewed it applies to the US embassy in Baghdad which is a huge fortified compound in the Iraqi capitals protected green zone and at the us consulate in Erbil air bills. The capital of the Kurdistan region of Iraq. And it's considered one of the safest places in the country. The order also means that consular operations are suspended and Iraqis won't be able to get visas NPR's, Jane raff reporting, the Trump administration is threatening to further escalate the ongoing trade dispute with China NPR's Windsor Johnston report. It's the White House has released an extensive list of additional Chinese goods that could face new tariffs of up to twenty five percent. President Trump has repeatedly insisted that China not US consumers will bear the cost of the tariffs. Mark Zandi chief economist at Moody's analytics says, that's not true. Sheriffs are being ordered by American businesses and consumers over paying more for the higher tariffs. So Chinese is expecting their business, but they're not paying for this. We're paying for the proposed tariffs would affect an additional three hundred billion dollars in Chinese goods ranging from livestock to children's toys. The new duties could take affect as early as late June following a public comment hearing Windsor, Johnston NPR news, Washington. Alabama state senators have passed legislation banning all abortions, unless the mother's health is at risk. Kyle Gass at a Troy public radio reports supporters hope if the matter is signed into law that it's challenged up to the supreme court. Democrats have been making impassioned an unsuccessful pleased to their Republican colleagues to support an amendment that would create exceptions in cases of rape and incest, at least one Republican agreed with them. Senator Cam ward is the head of the committee that. Added the amendment ward says he doesn't see the Alabama Bill making it to the high court, but other laws may have a chance. I think eventually you're going to see a challenge before supreme court where they're going to have to either Opole Roe v. Wade or overturn Revie way. I think that's coming to the question is what day if the Bill signed into law by the governor doctors who perform abortions could face up to ninety nine years in prison from PR news. I'm Kyle Gasset in Montgomery, Alabama. On Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrials are down one hundred forty seven points at twenty five thousand three hundred seventy seven the NASDAQ is down eleven points at seventy seven hundred twenty three. You're listening to NPR and seven four I'm Cheri Glazer. With KCRW news, a nineteen year old land suspected of attacking a Jewish synagogue in San Diego County has pleaded not guilty to federal hate crime charges. John Ernest spoke briefly during a court hearing yesterday acknowledging his name and saying he agreed with the decision by court appointed. Attorney not to seek bail Ernest is accused of bursting into the hubbub of Powys synagogue last month and opening fire with an assault rifle killing one person and injuring three others. Prosecutors say they have not decided whether they'll seek the death penalty. A freelance journalist whose home and office were raided by police in the bay area is threatening legal action. If the cops don't return, his cameras computers and hard drives right away. Brian Carmody says he got a copy of a police report about the death of San Francisco public defender, Jeff watchi- who was a well known. Police critic Carmody then sold the report to local news outlets. The SF says the report was illegally leaked and officers armed with a sledgehammer search comedies apartment a couple of days ago with guns drawn he was a lawful. And frankly, pretty outrageous David Snyder is the executive director of the first amendment coalition. He says the raid, violates the state law that bars authorities from using search warrants to obtain information from confidential sources, but San Francisco supervisor Sandra Lee, fewer says the two search warrants were justified because she says as a stringer Carmody merely sells video footage and information. I don't know who met the threshold of. As a journalist because he doesn't really report. San Francisco's new public defenders says he's pleased police are investigating and he says the reports released was wrong Carmody says he hasn't been able to work since the police took his acquaint good news. If you're looking to buy a home in California. A new report says prices this year should be more affordable or at least less expensive than last year. KCRW? Kaley wells explains why now may be the time to buy. It's a combination of rising income falling interest rates and low home prices nearly one third of buyers in the state can afford a median priced California home, which by the way is still more than half a million dollars that doesn't mean bargain. Prices. Most buyers nationwide can afford the US median price home at a quarter million dollars many shit considered buying right now Oscar ways in a communist with the California association of realtors which put out the report when you combine launcher streets and flooding home prices. And also increase in income looks like, you know, housing Florida blue will improve compared to last year. And he says lower interest rates means homes won't spend as much time sitting on the market. So even with lower sale prices. It's a good time for sellers to make a move to. But affordability depends.

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04:45 min | 2 years ago

"stringer carmody" Discussed on KQED Radio

"What does the US think is in the minds of Chinese leaders in this hour week? Question of China's specialist who has advised the president. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I made till Martin. We'll also look at new US restrictions on exporting tech to China. Supreme court Justice. Steven Brier appears to issue. A rare warning to conservative members of the court. Also hear about an effort to prevent the opioid crisis from pulling families apart and podcast magic from our NPR student challenge. It is Tuesday may fourteenth. They'll make George Lucas turned seventy five. The news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington on korva Coleman. Secretary state might pump peyot is trying to stabilize U S Russian relations. He's in Sochi to meet Russian President, Vladimir Putin as NPR's. Michele Keleman reports. Secretary Pompeo has been outspoken about Russia in the past most recently accusing Moscow of propping up Venezuelan leader, nNcholas Maduro. But as he began a day of talks in Sochi. The secretary of state was sounding conciliatory I'm here today because President Trump is committed to improve in this relationship. Lashes foreign minister says it's time for Moscow in Washington to put aside years of mistrust and find a way to work together before the trip. Aides Bombayo said he would be raising concerns about a series of aggressive and stabilizing moves by Russia on the world stage. Michelle Kellerman, NPR news, the State Department US stocks bounced back this morning after a sharp drop on Monday. Currently the Dow was up two hundred twelve points. NPR? Scott Horsely reports investors remain wary about the prospect of prolonged trade battle between the US and China US stocks opened higher regaining some of the ground. They lost on Monday. When the Dow Jones industrial average plunged nearly two point four percent and the tech-heavy NASDAQ suffered and even steeper decline the sell off at the start of the week came as the US and China prepared to escalate their ongoing tariff battle the President Trump sounded cautiously optimistic late Monday that a trade agreement with Beijing might still be reached. Well, let you know about three or four weeks whether or not it was successful. You never really know. Right. But I have a feeling it's going to be very successful. No immediate talks are planned. Trump is expected to meet with Chinese president Xi Jinping at a g twenty summit late next month. Scott Horsely NPR news, Washington, another athletic coach is set to plead guilty in the college admissions cheating scandal. Laura Janki is a former soccer coach at the university of southern California from member station W. G B H in Boston. Kirk carapace reports she would be the fourth coach to do. So prosecutors say Jenky accepted bribes funneled through a fake charity. It was to create phony athletic profiles for the children of rich. Parents and get them accepted as recruits for sports that didn't even play under a plea agreement signed last month Janke has been cooperating with prosecutors and could be called to testify against others charged in the case to see her sentence. Reduce Kirk Karen Pezzo reporting, Montana. Governor Steve Bullock is going to seek the democratic presidential nomination in twenty twenty the two term governor says he won re election in two thousand sixteen even though President Trump carried Montana by twenty points. Bullock joins a crowded field. There are more than twenty Democrats seeking the presidential nomination. On Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrials are now up one hundred ninety two points at twenty five thousand five hundred seventeen you're listening to NPR from K Q E D news, I'm Brian watt. A freelance journalist whose home and office were raided by San Francisco police is threatening legal action against the department. If his belongings are not returned acuity Sonia. Hudson reports Brian comedies lawyer says police illegally confiscated his clients cameras and other equipment during a Friday morning raid. Officers were looking for information connected to what they say is the illegal release of a police report connected to public defender. Jeff Adachi death first amendment, lawyers, including Carmody say the raid violated California's journalists shield law which protects journalists from giving up confidential sources, but San Francisco supervisor Sandra Lee, fewer says she believes the warrants were justified because as a stringer Carmody sells video footage and information. I don't know. The threshold of a journalist because he doesn't really report Carmody says he has an active SFP press. Badge and has worked with local news organizations for years. I'm sonia. Hudson cake, you news meteorologists.

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06:01 min | 2 years ago

"stringer carmody" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm penny Nelson. A freelance journalist whose home and office were raided by the San Francisco police is threatening legal action against the department. If his belongings are not returned. And we now know judges who signed the warrants were aware of his job. According to a San Francisco supervisor police were investigating what they call and illegally leaked. Police report connected to the death of San Francisco public defender, Jeff dotty as QA dis Sonia Hudson reports journalists and first amendment advocates are sounding the alarm bell. San Francisco police officers raided Brian Carmody apartment and office on Friday with search warrants signed by state judges it was unlawful, and frankly pretty outrageous. That's David Snyder, executive director of the first amendment coalition. He says the raid violates a state law that bars law enforcement from using search warrants to obtain confidential sources, even if the source gave the journalists information that was. Obtained illegally both police and the judge who signed the warrants were aware of Carmody occupation. That's according to San Francisco. Supervisor Sandra fewer who says she spoke to the police chief Monday afternoon. Fewer says she believes the warrants were justified because as stringer Carmody sells video footage and information. I don't know that threshold of journalist because he doesn't really like reports. This isn't the first time something like this has happened in San Francisco in two thousand six freelancer Josh Wolff credentials as a journalist were questioned when he refused a federal subpoena Carmody was served with state warrants which worries wolf we have a lot more protections into the state contest, which actually makes me even more concerned that it's a state warrant in a statement. The SFP says the police report was illegally released, and they are committed to maintaining the public's trust by investigating the leak Adachi successor public defender, Manohar Rogers, says he's pleased police are investigating that. The report's release was wrong for the California report. I'm Sonia Hudson. And in other Legal News third. California court has found a connection between the weed killer roundup and cancer in Alameda County jury has awarded more than two billion dollars to an elderly couple who blames agribusiness giant Monsanto for their disease KiKi Dee science reporter, Molly Peterson has the story over more than thirty years Albert a Pilat and her husband battled weeds with a weapon, they sprayed everywhere. Round up the world's best known urbicide as we felt that it was incredibly safe to use. Now, the periods are both battling limb foam and experts. They've consulted say Roundup's active ingredient glyphosate may be to blame we wished that Monsanto had warned us ahead of time. And that there was something on the front of their label, but said danger may cause cancer Monsanto's parent company. Baird denies that. The weed killer is dangerous but jurors concluded that roundup carries a knowable risk. Risks to human health. They awarded the Pilate's fifty five million dollars in actual damages and another two billion dollars in punitive damages. Bayer calls that verdict excessive and unjustifiable experts say it's likely to be reduced but plaintiff's lawyer Brent Wizner says over thirteen thousand more lawsuits are looming. The writing is on the wall three juries have spoken. This was a statement. And I hope Monsanto's listening as with previous cases, the company says it will appeal for the California report I'm Molly Peterson. She ifting years. There's a runoff election today for the Los Angeles unified district five school board, though ninety percent of district five students are Latino both candidates in the race are white women. Jackie Goldberg, and Heather repenting rose to the top of the pool that included seven Latino hopefuls the winner, whoever it is will tip the demographics of the board to majority white for out of seven members will be Caucasian, the California report lily Jamali spoke with Kyle Stokes who covers education. For KPCC about the race. Tell me about district five L U S U district. Five is really weirdly shaped district that sort of has another northern half and a southern half. It kind of wraps around downtown, Los Angeles and south and east of downtown Los Angeles, it's mostly Latino working class to low income areas where the schools are almost entirely made up of non white students nine and ten students in the south art Latino on the northern half of the district, though is a much more, you know, gentrified or gentrifying areas sort of Tony neighborhoods like Los villas in eagle rock and silver. Like, if you're familiar with LA, you know, that those areas are much whiter than the city as a whole and that northern half is where most of the turn out in these races tends to come from even though this oddly shaped district was drawn this way in order to give nominally Latino candidate a better chance of winning. In a majority Latino district. I think a lot of people listening in the state are aware that Los Angeles unified teachers went on strike earlier this year, and there are questions about the financial ability to deliver on the promises made their charter schools have been a big part of that conversation and a big part of the conflict. How do they figure into the way that this seat? This race has played out. I think it's important to recognize the charter schools are part of the racial dynamics here as well. I think there are members of the community, including some Latino members of the district ride community who have looked at the candidate field and say that they don't really care as much about the race of the person who's running rather in favor of they are much more concerned about whether that candidate supports our poses charter schools and right now in Los Angeles. There's definitely a popular swell of opinion in favor of the teachers' union. All right. Thank you so much. You're welcome. That was the California report lily Jamali talking.

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06:47 min | 2 years ago

"stringer carmody" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Next time on city outs, lectures, theoretical physicist and futurist Michio Kaku joins us to talk about living on malls, the future of robots and how Hollywood gets out to space wrong. That's next time on city outs and lectures here on that's coming up tonight at eight who is protecting America's youngest gymnasts. Hundreds of abuse survivors are still fighting for Justice is USA gymnastics up to the task. I'm Joshua Johnson. That's next time on one A one eight the late night broadcast at eleven PM on K Q public radio morning. Clouds, some fog along the coast. Highs today sixties to the mid seventies inland now. Five fifty one good morning. This is the California report. I'm penny Nelson. A freelance journalist whose home and office were raided by the San Francisco police is threatening legal action against the department. If his belongings are not returned. And we now know judges who signed the warrants where. Aware of his job. According to a San Francisco supervisor police were investigating what they call and illegally leaked. Police report connected to the death of San Francisco public defender. Jeff dotty as QA Sonia. Hudson reports journalists and first advocates are sounding the alarm bell. San Francisco police officers raided Brian Carmody apartment and office on Friday with search warrant signed by state judges, it was unlawful, and frankly pretty outrageous. That's David Snyder, executive director of the first amendment coalition. He says the raid, violates a state law that bars law enforcement from using search warrants to obtain confidential sources, even if the source gave the journalists information that was obtained illegally both police and the judge who signed the warrants aware of comedies occupation. That's according to San Francisco supervisor Sandra leaf you're who says she spoke to the police chief Monday afternoon fewer says she believes the warrants were justified because as a stringer Carmody sells video footage. And information, I don't know threshold of a journalist because he doesn't really reports. This isn't the first time something like this has happened in San Francisco in two thousand six freelancer Josh Wolff credentials as a journalist were questioned when he refused a federal subpoena Carmody was served with state warrants which worries wolf we have a lot more protections into the state context, which actually makes me even more concerned that it's a state warrant in a statement. The SFP says the police report was illegally released, and they are committed to maintaining the public's trust by investigating the leak Adachi successor public defender, Manohar Rogers, says he's pleased police are investigating that the reports release was wrong for the California report, I'm seventy Hudson and in other Legal News, a third California court has found a connection between the weed killer roundup and cancer in Alameda County jury has awarded more than two billion dollars to an elderly couple who. Blames agribusiness giant Monsanto for their disease KiKi Dee science reporter, Molly Peterson has the story over more than thirty years Albert Pilat and her husband battled weeds with a weapon, they sprayed everywhere. Round up the world's best known urbicide as we felt that it was incredibly safe to use. Now, the periods are both battling lymphoma and experts consulted say Roundup's active ingredient glyphosate may be to blame that Monsanto had warned us ahead of time. And that there was something on the front of their liable. That said danger may cuss cancer Monsanto's parent company. Baird denies that. The weed killer is dangerous but jurors concluded that roundup carries a knowable risk to human health. They awarded the Pilate's fifty five million dollars in actual damages and another two billion dollars in punitive damages. Mayor calls that verdict excessive and unjustifiable experts say it's likely to be reduced but plaintiff's lawyer Brent Wizner says over thirteen thousand. More lawsuits are looming. The writing is on the wall three juries have spoken. This was a statement. And I hope Monsanto's listening as with previous cases, the company says it will appeal for the California report I'm Molly Peterson shifting years. There's a runoff election today for the Los Angeles unified district five school board, though ninety percent of district five students are Latino both candidates in the race are white women. Jackie Goldberg, and Heather repenting rose to the top of the pool that included seven Latino hopefuls the winner, whoever it is will tip the demographics of the board to majority white for out of seven members will be Caucasian the California report lily Demolli spoke with Kyle Stokes who covers education for KPCC about the race. Tell me about district five L A US district. Five is really weirdly shaped district that sort of has another northern half and southern half. It kind of wraps around downtown, Los Angeles and south and east of downtown, Los Angeles. It's. Mostly Latino working class to low income areas where the schools are almost entirely made up of non white students nine and ten students in the south art Latino on the northern half of the district, though is a much more gentrified or gentrifying areas. Sort of Tony neighborhoods light Los feelers in eagle rock and silver. Like, if you're familiar with L A, you know, that those areas are much whiter than the city as a whole and that northern half is where most of the turnout in these races tends to come from even though this oddly shaped district was drawn this way in order to give nominally a Latino candidate a better chance of winning a majority Latino district. I think a lot of people listening in the state are aware that Los Angeles unified teachers went on strike earlier this year, and there are questions about the financial ability to deliver on the promises. Made their charter schools have been a big part of that converse. Sation in a big part of the conflict. How do they figure into the way that this seat? This race has played out. I think it's important to recognize the charter schools are part of the racial dynamics here as well. I think there are members of the community, including some Latino members of the district community who have looked at the candidate field and say that they don't really care as much about the race of the person who's running rather in favor of they are much more concerned about whether that candidate supports our poses charter schools and right now in Los Angeles. There's definitely a popular swell of opinion in favor of the teachers' union. All right Kyle. Thank you so much. You're welcome. That was the California report lily Demolli talking.

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