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"We found out that an awful lot of that went to big, bigger businesses. In fact, we're supposed to qualify. Visit comes is buying ramps up his outreach to promote his administration's work, including advocating for is $1.9 Trillion economic rescue package. On Thursday, Biden plans to give his first primetime address touting the benefits of the rescue plan and work the administration is doing on distributing vaccines. Franco or Dona as NPR NEWS. The White House the governor of Arkansas has signed a bill that bans nearly all abortions in the state. Member station K you af Susanna Psy Tech has the story. Arkansas governor is a Hutchinson signed Senate Bill six, which allows abortion on Lee to save the life of the mother. In a statement. Hutchinson says the bill is quote in contradiction of binding precedents of the U. S Supreme Court, But he says he signed it because of overwhelming legislative support and his sincere pro life convictions. The governor says he would have liked the bill to have included exceptions for rape and incest and suggests, adding those special cases would have improved the chances for Supreme Court review. The abortion ban goes into effect in 90 days. Abortion rights advocates playing to immediately challenged the ban in court for NPR news. I'm Susanna Cytotec in Fayetteville, Arkansas. You're listening to NPR news. State of Florida is suing the Biden administration over new directives on detaining immigrants convicted of crimes. The lawsuit comes weeks after Immigrations and Customs Enforcement announced it was prioritizing cases that pose a threat to national security. Florida's attorney general says result has been a reluctance to detain people who served time for burglary, drug traffic and other crimes. Arizona has taken similar legal action. US climate envoy John Kerry is telling European partners that time is running out to make the necessary changes to stop global disasters from climate change. Gary Schultz reports from Brussels where you'd leaders welcomed redo Transatlantic cooperation. One of President Biden's first moves was rejoining the 2015 Paris climate accord. His predecessor, Donald Trump, quit. You governments are relieved to have the U. S back in the commitment. But John Kerry says, even if all signatories were fulfilling their pledges, which he says they're not, it wouldn't be enough to limit the global temperature rise to the 1.5 degrees Celsius, the accordion visions deemed necessary to avoid the worst effects of climate change. This is the moment for countries Common sense governments people to come together and get the job done. We can do it carry points out. 20 countries produce more than 80% of global emissions. The EU as a whole is third after China and the U. S. For NPR News. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. U. S futures are lower in after hours trading on markets across Asia. Shares are mostly higher lower in Hong Kong. I'm Shae Stevens. This is NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Merrill Merrill Edge, Self directed investing has tools to help clients find answers to questions. Maurin. Merrill edge dot com slash within Reach Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and.

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03:16 min | 4 months ago

"susanna cytotec" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Bigger business and in fact we're supposed to qualify. The visit comes is buying ramps up his outrage to promote his administration's work, including advocating for is $1.9 trillion economic rescue package. On Thursday, Biden plans to give his first primetime address touting the benefits of the rescue plan and work the administration is doing on distributing vaccines Franco or DONA as NPR NEWS. The White House the governor of Arkansas, has signed a bill that bans nearly all abortions in the state. Member station K you af Susanna Psy Tech has the story. Arkansas governor is a Hutchinson signed Senate Bill six, which allows abortion only to save the life of the mother. In a statement. Hutchinson says the bill is quote in contradiction of binding precedents of the U. S Supreme Court, But he says he signed it because of overwhelming legislative support and his sincere pro life convictions. The governor says he would have liked the bill to have included exceptions for rape and incest and suggests, adding those special cases would have improved the chances for Supreme Court review. The abortion ban goes into effect in 90 days. Abortion rights advocates plan to immediately challenged the ban in court for NPR news. I'm Susanna Cytotec in Fayetteville, Arkansas. You're listening to NPR news. State of Florida is suing the Biden administration over new directives on detaining immigrants convicted of crimes. The lawsuit comes weeks after Immigrations and Customs Enforcement announced it was prioritizing cases that pose a threat to national security. Florida's attorney general says result has been a reluctance to detain people who served time for burglary, drug traffic and other crimes. Arizona has taken similar legal action. Was climate envoy John Kerry is telling European partners that time is running out to make the necessary changes to stop global disasters from climate change. Teri Schultz reports from Brussels where you'd leaders welcomed redo transatlantic cooperation. One of President Biden's first moves was rejoining the 2015 Paris climate accord. His predecessor, Donald Trump, quit you governments are relieved to have the U. S back in the commitment. But John Kerry says even if all signatories were fulfilling their pledges, which he says they're not, it wouldn't be enough to limit the global temperature rise to the 1.5 degrees Celsius. The accord envisions deemed necessary to avoid the First effects of climate change. This is the moment for countries common sense governments, people to come together and get the job done. We can do it carry points out. 20 countries produce more than 80% of global emissions. The EU as a whole is third after China and the U. S. For NPR News. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. U. S futures are lower in after hours trading on markets across Asia. Shares are mostly higher lower in Hong Kong. I'm Shae Stevens. This is NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Merrill Merrill Edge, Self directed investing has tools to help clients find answers to questions. Maurin. Merrill edge dot com slash within Reach Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith.

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02:58 min | 4 months ago

"susanna cytotec" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Out that an awful lot of that went to big, bigger business and in fact we're supposed to qualify. The visit comes is buying ramps up his outrage to promote his administration's work, including advocating for is $1.9 trillion economic rescue package. On Thursday, Biden plans to give his first primetime address touting the benefits of the rescue plan and work the administration is doing on distributing vaccines Franco or DONA as NPR NEWS. The White House the governor of Arkansas, has signed a bill that bans nearly all abortions in the state. Member station K you af Susanna Psy Tech has the story. Arkansas governor is a Hutchinson signed Senate Bill six, which allows abortion only to save the life of the mother. Statement. Hutchinson says the bill is quote in contradiction of binding precedents of the U. S Supreme Court, But he says he signed it because of overwhelming legislative support and his sincere pro life convictions. The governor says he would have liked the bill to have included exceptions for rape and incest and suggests, adding those special cases would have improved the chances for Supreme Court review. The abortion ban goes into effect in 90 days. Abortion rights advocates plan to immediately challenged the ban in court for NPR news. I'm Susanna Cytotec in Fayetteville, Arkansas. You're listening to NPR news. State of Florida is doing the buying administration over new directives on detaining immigrants convicted of crimes. The lawsuit comes weeks after Immigrations and Customs Enforcement announced it was prioritizing cases that pose a threat to national security. Florida's attorney general says result has been a reluctance to detain people who served time for burglary, drug traffic and other crimes. Arizona has taken similar legal action. US climate envoy John Kerry is telling European partners that time is running out to make the necessary changes to stop global disasters from climate change. Teri Schultz reports from Brussels. You. Leaders Welcomed Redo transatlantic cooperation. One of President Biden's first moves was rejoining the 2015 Paris climate accord. His predecessor, Donald Trump, quit you governments are relieved to have the U. S back in the commitment. But John Kerry says even if all signatories were fulfilling their pledges, which he says they're not, it wouldn't be enough to limit the global temperature rise to the 1.5 degrees Celsius. The accord envisions deemed necessary to avoid the worst effects of climate change. Woman for countries common sense governments, people to come together and get the job done. We can do it carry points out. 20 countries produce more than 80% of global emissions. The EU as a whole is third after China and the U. S. For NPR News. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. U. S futures are lower in after hours trading on markets across Asia. Shares are mostly higher lower in Hong Kong. I'm Shae.

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05:02 min | 4 months ago

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"NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. The White House continues to defend its approach to handling a surge of unaccompanied Children on the southern border. There's NPR's Franco Ordonez reports. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the increase was expected, Sake said one of the main reasons to buy the administration is facing this challenge is because it has a different policy than the previous administration or not turning kids away at the border on a company Children. We're also, of course, not ripping them from the arms of their parents. And so we know there is going to be an increased number of kids coming across the border. There's several steps as we've talked about a little bit that we're working to address that the number of unaccompanied Children stopped along the border has tripled in the last two weeks, according to The New York Times. Administration officials visited the border on Saturday to assess that situation. Sake said she'd have more to share after President Biden receives a briefing on that visit Franco or DONA as NPR NEWS. The Pentagon has approved an extension of National Guard deployment around the U. S. Capitol Building MPR's Windsor Johnson reports. Troops have been stationed around the Capitol complex since the deadly insurrection on January six. The Pentagon has approved an extension of National Guard troops through May, but at about half of the current Force of 5000 security remains tight around the Capitol building and made threats of further violence from right wing extremist groups. Military officials say the cost of deploying troops has so far cost nearly $500 million. Here's Windsor Johnston. Governor of Arkansas assigned to build it BANDS nearly all abortions in that state Has Susanna Cytotec for the member station K U F reports. Supporters of the measure hope the new law will force the U. S. Supreme Court to revisit the landmark Roe versus Wade decision that legalized abortion nationwide. Arkansas Governor Isa Hutchinson signed Senate Bill six, which allows abortion only to save the life of the mother. In a statement, Hutchinson says the bill is quote in contradiction of binding precedents of the U. S Supreme Court, But he says he signed it because of overwhelming legislative support and his sincere pro life convictions. The governor says he would have liked the bill to have included exceptions for rape and incest. And suggests, adding those special cases would have improved the chances for Supreme Court review. The abortion ban goes into effect in 90 days. Abortion rights advocates plan to immediately challenged the ban in court. For NPR NEWS. I'm Susanna Cytotec in Fayetteville, Arkansas. US. Officials say they'll make an additional 900,000 doses of Corona virus vaccines available this week. Any of the doses of vaccines made by finds one but Durnan going to states and pharmacy partners. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says states and territories will see 15.8 million doses of the two shot vaccines, up from 15.2 million a week ago. Stocks gained ground on Wall Street. Today the Dow was up 30 points. The NASDAQ 464. This is NPR. The global economy seems to be recovering from the Corona virus pandemic faster than anticipated. That's according to a new report from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Group says while improvements are uneven and high jobless levels are still a concern. Max. Output will surpass pre pandemic levels by midyear. He says it's recalling hundreds of thousands of its vehicles and is recommending driver's parked outside until they can get fixed. NPR's Camilla Domino Ski explains. The recall covers the Kia cadenza and sported models. The affected sedans and SUVs are model year 2017, or later vehicles that have smart cruise control are not part of the recall. All told, it's just under 380,000 vehicles in the U. S. The problem is with the control unit in the engine compartment that has caused trouble for Hyundai and Kia before it can cause a short circuit, which could trigger a fire in the engine compartment. No known fires have been reported in the U. S. But the issue was reported in a foreign market, Kia says the automaker says the recall is preventative until cars can be repaired. Kia recommends owners park outdoors away from other vehicles or structures. Melodrama. Noski. NPR News First Dogs Major in champ are in time out, relegated back to the family home in Baltimore after an incident in which major probably caused a minor injury to a member of the Biden security team. He was not familiar with. Major three year old German shepherd is the younger of the Bidens pair of shepherds. White House officials say the dogs are still getting settled in at the White House. On Jack Spear. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include 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 learn more at melun dot org's and the Annie E. Casey Foundation. It could be easy to lose perspective, right?.

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04:38 min | 4 months ago

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"The White House continues to defend its approach to handling a surge of unaccompanied Children on the southern border. But as NPR's Franco or Dona is reports, White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the increase was expected. Sake said one of the main reasons to bide administration is facing this challenge is because it has a different policy than the previous administration or not turning kids away at the border on a company Children. We're also, of course, not ripping them from the arms of their parents. And so we know there is going to be an increased number of kids coming across the border. There's several steps as we've talked about a little bit that we're working. To address that the number of unaccompanied Children stopped along the border has tripled in the last two weeks, according to The New York Times Administration officials visited the border on Saturday to assess that situation. Sake said she'd have more to share after President Biden receives a briefing on that visit Franco or DONA as NPR news to the Pentagon has approved an extension of National Guard deployment around the U. S. Capitol Building NPR's Windsor Johnson reports. Troops have been stationed around the Capitol complex since the deadly insurrection on January six. The Pentagon has approved an extension of National Guard troops through May, but at about a half of the current force of 5000. Security remains tight around the Capitol building and the threats of further violence from right wing extremist groups. Military officials say that cost of deploying troops has so far cost nearly $500 million. MPR's Windsor Johnston. Governor of Arkansas assigned to build it. BANDS nearly all abortions in that state Has Susanna Cytotec fourth member station K. U. H F reports. Supporters of the measure hope the new law will force the U. S. Supreme Court to revisit the landmark Roe versus Wade decision that legalized abortion nationwide. Arkansas Governor Isa Hutchinson signed Senate Bill six, which allows abortion only to save the life of the mother. In a statement, Hutchinson says the bill is quote in contradiction of binding precedents of the U. S Supreme Court, But he says he signed it because of overwhelming legislative support and his sincere pro life convictions. The governor says he would have liked the bill to have included exceptions for rape and incest and suggests, adding those special cases would have improved the chances for Supreme Court review. The abortion ban goes into effect in 90 days. Abortion rights advocates plan to immediately challenged the ban in court. For NPR News. I'm Susanna Psy Tech in Fayetteville, Arkansas. U. S officials say they'll make an additional 900,000 doses of Corona virus vaccines available this week. Any of the doses of vaccines made by finds one. But during a going to states and pharmacy partners, White House press Secretary Jen Psaki says states and territories will see 15.8 million doses of the two shot vaccines, up from 15.2 million a week ago. Stocks gained ground on Wall Street. Today, the Dow was up 30 points. The NASDAQ 464. This is NPR. And this is W advice. See in New York. I'm Shawn Carlson, with likely passenger President Biden's $2 trillion relief package. The empty A is expected to receive enough money to avoid a draconian service cuts. But W Marcie Stephen Nessen reports that doesn't mean full service will be restored soon. Or that riders won't see fare hikes this year. With the addition of $6.5 billion in federal relief. The M T A says it hopes to thaw its capital plan, which had been put on ice during the pandemic, as their drop in ridership decimated the budget. But the agency won't commit to restoring full 24 hours. Subway service Empty Chairman Pat Foy says it could happen soon but won't say when fare hikes, which were postponed in January are still on the table, although several board members say they'd vote against an increase this year. Students are suing New York City's public schools for being racially segregated and discriminatory. In this suit, they point to a Eurocentric curriculum and an elaborate system of racialized tracking that includes admission to the gifted and talented program in selective high schools. Spokesperson with the city's Department of Education, says that a blowsy administration has taken bold, unprecedented steps to integrate schools like removing district priorities in high schools and eliminating testing a four year old seeking to enter the GMT program. Here's to the schools are among the most racially segregated in the country. Tonight. It'll remain clear. We'll have temperatures in the high thirties tomorrow. Sunny again clear skies with temperatures hitting at the high fifties. Tomorrow afternoon. Mostly cloudy tomorrow night. We'll see alot of about 43 partly sunny by Thursday, the high hitting about 68 in the afternoon. Right now, though, it's 43 clear in lower Manhattan..

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04:59 min | 4 months ago

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"NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. The White House continues to defend its approach to handling a surge of unaccompanied Children on the southern border. But as NPR's Franco or Dona is reports, White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the increase was expected. Sake said one of the main reasons the Biden administration is facing this challenge is because it has a different policy than the previous administration or not turning kids away at the border on a company Children. We're also, of course, not ripping them from the arms of their parents. And so we know there is going to be an increased number of kids coming across the border. There's several steps as we've talked about a little bit that we're working to address that the number of unaccompanied Children stopped along the border has tripled in the last two weeks, according to The New York Times. Administration officials visited the border on Saturday to assess that situation. Sake said she'd have more to share after President Biden receives a briefing on that visit Franco or DONA as NPR NEWS. The Pentagon has approved an extension of National Guard deployment around the U. S. Capitol Building MPR's Windsor Johnson reports. Troops have been stationed around the Capitol complex since the deadly insurrection on January six. The Pentagon has approved an extension of National Guard troops through May, but at about a half of the current Force of 5000 security remains tight around the Capitol building and the threats of further violence from right wing extremist groups. Military officials say that cost of deploying troops has so far cost nearly $500 million. Here's Windsor Johnston. Governor of Arkansas assigned to build it BANDS nearly all abortions in that state Has Susanna Cytotec fourth member station K U. H F reports. Supporters of the measure hope the new law will force the U. S. Supreme Court to revisit the landmark Roe versus Wade decision that legalized abortion nationwide. Arkansas governor is A Hutchinson signed Senate Bill six, which allows abortion only to save the life of the mother. In a statement. Hutchinson says the bill is quote in contradiction of binding precedents of the U. S Supreme Court, But he says he signed it because of overwhelming legislative support and his sincere pro life convictions. The governor says he would have liked the bill to have included exceptions for rape and incest and suggests, adding those special cases would have improved the chances for Supreme Court review. Abortion ban goes into effect in 90 days. Abortion rights advocates playing to immediately challenged the ban in court for NPR news. I'm Susanna Cytotec in Fayetteville, Arkansas, U. S officials say they'll make an additional 900,000 doses of Corona virus vaccines available this week. Any of the doses of vaccines made by finds one. But during a going to states and pharmacy partners, White House press Secretary Jen Psaki says states and territories will see 15.8 million doses of the two shot vaccines, up from 15.2 million a week ago. Stocks gained ground on Wall Street. Today the Dow was up 30 points. The NASDAQ 464. This is NPR. The global economy seems to be recovering from the Corona virus pandemic faster than anticipated. That's according to a new report from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Group says While improvements are uneven and high jobless levels are still a concern effects output will surpass pre pandemic levels by midyear. He says it's recalling hundreds of thousands of its vehicles and is recommending driver's parked outside until they can get fixed. NPR's Camilla Domino Ski explains. The recall covers the Kia cadenza and sported models. The affected sedans and SUVs are model year 2017, or later vehicles that have smart cruise control are not part of the recall. All told, it's just under 380,000 vehicles in the U. S. The problem is with the control unit in the engine compartment that has caused trouble for Hyundai and Kia before it can cause a short circuit, which could trigger a fire in the engine compartment. No known fires have been reported in the U. S. But the issue was reported in a foreign market, Kia says the automaker says the recall is preventative until cars could be repaired Tear recommends owners park outdoors away from other vehicles or structures. Melodrama. Noski. NPR News First Dogs Major in champ are in time out, relegated back to the family home in Baltimore after an incident in which major probably caused a minor injury to a member of the Biden security team. He was not familiar with. Major three year old German shepherd is the younger of the binds pair of shepherds. White House officials say the dogs are still getting settled in at the White House. On Jack Spear. NPR news. Support for NPR chemist from NPR stations. Other contributors include 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 learn more at melun dot org's and the Annie E. Casey Foundation. Oh, economists love to.

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04:47 min | 4 months ago

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"N Y c 93.9 FM and AM a 20. NPR News and the New York conversation. Live from NPR news. I'm Dwayne Brown on Capitol Hill. Members of the House are nearing a final vote on President Biden's nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill. It has no Republican support. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the bill includes enough resource is to fuel a very strong economic recovery and return the country to full employment by next year. It's hard for us to understand how the Republicans convert against this bill because it has such an impact on their constituents. Our members are well aware of that, and also the value the intellectual Excellence of what is is in the legislation. The bill includes another round of relief checks to those who qualify and extends weekly unemployment benefits, along with more funding for state and local governments. Measure is expected to pass along party lines as it did in the Senate and then had to President Biden for his signature by the end of the week. Governor of Arkansas signed a bill that bands nearly all abortions in the state. Supporters of the new law hope it will force the Supreme Court to revisit the landmark Roe versus Wade decision. As Susanna Cytotec of member station K U F reports. Arkansas Governor Isa Hutchinson signed Senate Bill six, which allows abortion only to save the life of the mother. In a statement, Hutchinson says the bill is quote in contradiction of binding precedents of the U. S Supreme Court, But he says he signed it because of overwhelming legislative support and his sincere pro life convictions. The governor says he would have liked the bill to have included exceptions for rape and incest and suggests, adding those special cases would have improved the chances for Supreme Court review. The abortion ban goes into effect in 90 days. Abortion rights advocates plan to immediately challenged the ban in court for NPR news. I'm Susanna Cytotec in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Stocks finished higher on Wall Street today You're listening to NPR news. And this is W N Y. C. I'm Rebecca you era with the likely passage of President Biden's $2 trillion relief package. The empty A is expected to receive enough money to avoid draconian service cuts. But W M I. C. Stephen Nessen reports that doesn't mean full service will be restored soon, or that writers won't see fare hikes this year. With the addition of $6.5 billion in federal relief, the M T A says it hopes to thaw its capital plan, which had been put on ice during the pandemic as their drop in ridership. Estimated the budget, but the agency won't commit to restoring full 24 hours. Subway service Empty Chairman Pat Foy says it could happen soon but won't say when fare hikes, which were postponed in January are still on the table, although several board members say they'd vote against an increase this year. And President Biden is expected to sign a new kind of benefit for Children as part of that covert relief bill. W M. I sees Marla Iraq reports Families Earning up to $150,000 will get $300 a month for every child younger than six, according to a projection from Columbia University in combination with other parts of the bill, the benefit could lift half of the nation's Children out of poverty. Experts say they hope the same will happen in the city. Vienna. Reyes lives in the Bronx and has two sons, she says, should use the money for basics like food to buy new mattresses for her sons and pay for Internet the morning of programs expected to cost around $100 billion In New York state is expanding eligibility for the covert 90 vaccine. Starting tomorrow. People who are 60 and older can get the vaccine. Those appointments will open at eight a.m. public facing government employees, essential building service workers and certain nonprofit workers will also be eligible. Beginning on Wednesday, March 17th. These are the people who are the everyday heroes. Who are out there doing their job. They're putting themselves in a possible position of exposure. They are essential for us to continue operating That's Governor Cuomo. Nonprofit employees must interact with people in need in order to qualify, for example, homeless outreach workers and social workers. The state says it will release guidance for providers on how to verify eligibility for the vaccine. Is 59 degrees this evening going toe alot around 39 at 7 32..

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03:38 min | 4 months ago

"susanna cytotec" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"100 ghost stories after the news Live from NPR news. I'm toe Wayne Brown on Capitol Hill. Members of the House are nearing a final vote on President Biden's nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill. It has no Republican support. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the bill includes enough resource is to fuel a very strong economic recovery and return the country to full employment by next year. It's hard for us to understand how the Republicans convert against this bill because it has such an impact on their constituents. Our members are well aware of that, and also the value the intellectual Excellence of what is is in the legislation. The bill includes another round of relief checks to those who qualify and extends weekly unemployment benefits, along with more funding for state and local governments. Measure is expected to pass along party lines as it did in the Senate and then had to President Biden for his signature by the end of the week. Governor of Arkansas signed a bill that bands nearly all abortions in the state. Supporters of the new law hope it will force the Supreme Court to revisit the landmark Roe versus Wade decision. As Susanna Cytotec of member station KERA UFO reports. Arkansas Governor Isa Hutchinson signed Senate Bill six, which allows abortion only to save the life of the mother. In a statement, Hutchinson says the bill is quote in contradiction of binding precedents of the U. S Supreme Court, But he says he signed it because of overwhelming legislative support and his sincere pro life convictions. The governor says he would have liked the bill to have included exceptions for rape and incest. And suggests, adding those special cases would have improved the chances for Supreme Court review. The abortion ban goes into effect in 90 days. Abortion rights advocates plan to immediately challenged the ban in court. For NPR News. I'm Susanna Cytotec in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Stocks finished higher on Wall Street today You're listening to NPR news. US climate envoy John Kerry is visiting European partners to warn there's only a decade left to make the necessary changes to stop global disasters from climate change. Teri Schultz reports from Brussels, one of President Biden's first moves was rejoining the 2015 Paris climate accord. His predecessor, Donald Trump, quit you governments are relieved to have the U. S back in the commitment. But John Kerry says even if all signatories were fulfilling their pledges, which he says they're not, it wouldn't be enough to limit the global temperature rise to the 1.5 degrees Celsius. The accord envisions deemed necessary to avoid the worst effects of climate change. This is the moment for countries common sense governments people to come together and get the job done. We can do it carry points out 20 countries produce more than 80% of global emissions. You as a whole is third after China and the U. S. For NPR News. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. The Biden administration is making an additional 900,000 doses of Fizer and Moderna vaccines available this week to states and pharmacy partners, the White House says. States and territories will receive almost 16 million doses of the two shot vaccines with More than 2.5 million doses being distributed through the federal pharmacy program. The administration also made changes this week to reach out to underserved and minority communities hard hit by the pandemic. This is NPR news. And this.

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03:41 min | 4 months ago

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"Yes. Live from NPR news. I'm Dwayne Brown on Capitol Hill. Members of the House are nearing a final vote on President Biden's nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill. It has no Republican support. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the bill includes enough resource is to fuel a very strong economic recovery and return the country to full employment by next year. It's hard for us to understand how the Republicans convert against this bill because it has such an impact on their constituents. Our members are well aware of that, and also the value the intellectual Excellence of what is is in the legislation. The bill includes another round of relief checks to those who qualify and extends weekly unemployment benefits, along with more funding for state and local governments. Measure is expected to pass along party lines as it did in the Senate and then had to President Biden for his signature by the end of the week. Governor of Arkansas signed a bill that bands nearly all abortions in the state. Supporters of the new law hope it will force the Supreme Court to revisit the landmark Roe versus Wade decision. As Susanna Cytotec of member station KERA UFO reports. Arkansas Governor Isa Hutchinson signed Senate Bill six, which allows abortion only to save the life of the mother. In a statement, Hutchinson says the bill is quote in contradiction of binding precedents of the U. S Supreme Court, But he says he signed it because of overwhelming legislative support and his sincere pro life convictions. The governor says he would have liked the bill to have included exceptions for rape and incest. And suggests, adding those special cases would have improved the chances for Supreme Court review. The abortion ban goes into effect in 90 days. Abortion rights advocates plan to immediately challenged the ban in court for NPR news. I'm Susanna Cytotec in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Stocks finished higher on Wall Street today You're listening to NPR news. US climate envoy John Kerry is visiting European partners to warn there's only a decade left to make the necessary changes to stop global disasters from climate change. Teri Schultz reports from Brussels, one of President Biden's first moves was rejoining the 2015 Paris climate accord. His predecessor, Donald Trump, quit you governments are relieved to have the U. S back in the commitment. But John Kerry says even if all signatories were fulfilling their pledges, which he says they're not, it wouldn't be enough to limit the global temperature rise to the 1.5 degrees Celsius. The accord envisions deemed necessary to avoid the worst effects of climate change. This is the moment where countries common sense governments people to come together and get the job done. We can do it carry points out 20 countries produce more than 80% of global emissions. You as a whole is third after China and the U. S. For NPR News. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. The Biden administration is making an additional 900,000 doses of Fizer and Moderna vaccines available this week to states and pharmacy partners, the White House says. States and territories will receive almost 16 million doses of the two shot vaccines with More than 2.5 million doses being distributed through the federal pharmacy program. The administration also made changes this week to reach out to underserved and minority communities hard hit by the pandemic. This is NPR news. And this is all things considered on 90.1. W A b e A T. L meets NPR on the roadways.

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02:14 min | 5 months ago

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"Arkansas's governor says all public health mandates for businesses will now become guidelines. Susanna Cytotec of member Station K. You af reports Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson lifted all state directives imposed on restaurants, bars, gyms, salons, indoor and outdoor venues and other businesses. Directives included enforcement too, and penalties. Hutchinson says businesses will still be incentivized to continue to follow mask wearing in social distancing guidelines to maintain liability protections because the business liability protection is based upon Following public health guidelines and making a good faith effort to make sure everyone is safe in their employment. If people's behaviors lead to more new cases and hospitalizations, Hutchinson says he is prepared to reinstate mandated measures on businesses for NPR news. I'm Susanna Cytotec in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Several states are struggling to monitor vaccine spoilage as the number of locations handling the supply increases. Blake Farmer of member Station W. PLN reports, Tennessee has lost nearly 5000 doses. To spoilage just this month. The latest loss is attributed to a freezer snafu before a teacher vaccination event in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, The city of Memphis is also piling up. Reports of wasted with nearly 2500 doses pitched some for whether others from Port management Knoxville also had 1000 doses ditched earlier this month in a shipping error. Tennessee's health commissioner says systemic changes are needed, but spoilage is also a risk when working with community partners like a school district. This is NPR Live from KQED News. I'm Queenie Kim California's timeline for providing covert 19 shots could speed up after a panel federal health advisers green like the one dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine yesterday. Ah, formal authorization is expected soon. KQED Science reporter Kevin Starke has more Governor Gavin Newsom said during a visit to Fresno County that California has administered more than eight million Corona virus vaccine doses. Just this week, the state opened 11 new vaccination sites in the Central Valley..

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KCRW

03:45 min | 5 months ago

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"From NPR news. I'm Barbara Klein. President Biden is welcoming House passage of his $1.9 trillion pandemic relief package. Now the mill moves the United States Senate where I hope will receive quick action. Have we have no time to waste? NPR's Jen Newman reports. The measure passed largely along party lines, all of the Democrats except to supported the bill. While all the Republicans opposed it, Democrats say With more than 500,000 current of Iris tests in the country, decisive action was needed. Republicans argue the bill is too expensive and full of gifts to democratic run states. Passed. Bill brings $1400 direct stimulus payments to most Americans. It also gives $350 billion to state and local governments and $130 billion to schools and expanded unemployment benefits. The bill also includes language to gradually raise the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2025. It's unlikely to become law. Minimum wage provision will probably be left out due to complex. Senate rules. Genuine NPR news pandemic restrictions in many states and cities or gradually being lifted. Arkansas's governor says all public health mandates for businesses will now become guidelines. Susanna Cytotec of member station K U Way F reports Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson lifted all state directives imposed on restaurants, bars, gyms, salons, indoor and outdoor venues. And other businesses. The directives included enforcement to end penalties. Hutchinson says Businesses will still be incentivized to continue to follow mask wearing in social distancing guidelines to maintain liability protections because the business liability protection is based upon following public health guidelines and making it good Faith effort to make sure everyone is safe and their employment if people's behaviors lead to more new cases and hospitalizations, Hutchinson says he's prepared to reinstate mandated measures on businesses. For NPR News. I'm Susanna Psy Tech in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Several states are struggling to monitor vaccine spoilage as the number of locations handling the supply increases. Blake Farmer of member Station W. PLN reports, Tennessee has lost nearly 5000 doses. To spoilage just this month. The latest loss is attributed to a freezer snafu before a teacher vaccination event in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, The city of Memphis is also piling up. Reports of wasted with nearly 2500 doses pitched some for whether others from Port management Knoxville also had 1000 doses ditched earlier this month in a shipping error. Tennessee's health commissioner says systemic changes are needed, but spoilage is also a risk when working with community partners like a school district. This is NPR. Police and me and mark carrying out the most widespread crackdown on demonstrations in three weeks of protests against military rule. One woman has reportedly been shot. Hundreds are under arrest. The UK is paying homage to captain Tom Maura at his funeral service today. As NPR's Amy held reports the British World War two veteran won international acclaim after walking to raise money to fight the Corona virus. Pandemic. Soldiers in Bedford, England, carried Captain Tom Wars Union Jack Draped coffin. He'd requested that my way be played at his service. Like the line about having few regrets.

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05:18 min | 5 months ago

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"From an advisory panel, MPR's Amy held reports and emergency use authorization would inject millions of doses into the nation's supply. Johnson and Johnson has committed to 100 million doses under its contract with the federal government. But won't deliver until the end of June. The company says it has just four million doses ready to go scaling up to 20 million by the end of March. The single dose shot doesn't require extra cold storage and has been found to be 85% effective against the most severe covert 1966% effective overall. Those were the findings of a study conducted here and in South America and South Africa, where new, more contagious variants were first seen. Experts say it's race now between the virus and getting vaccinated one year into the pandemic that has already claimed more than a half million lives in the US, Amy held NPR news. There's been a sharp decline in Cove in 19 cases around the country, but federal officials worry that it could be stalling out health officials. Urging people not to relax their use of masks and social distancing as more vaccines become available. States and cities, meanwhile, have been gradually lifting restrictions in recent weeks and Arkansas the governor says all public health mandates for businesses. Become guidelines. Susanna Cytotec of member Station K. You A F reports Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson lifted all state directives imposed on restaurants, bars, gyms, salons, indoor and outdoor venues and other businesses. Directives included enforcement too, and penalties. Hutchinson says businesses will still be incentivized to continue to follow mask wearing in social distancing guidelines to maintain liability protections because the business liability protection is based upon Following public health guidelines and making a good faith effort to make sure everyone is safe and their employment if people's behaviors lead to more new cases and hospitalizations, Hutchinson says he is prepared to reinstate mandated measures on businesses. For NPR NEWS. I'm Susanna Cytotec in Fayetteville, Arkansas. President Biden is back in Washington after visiting Texas following last week's Winter storm. Here's Houston Public Media's Andrew Schneider. President Biden praised the work of the Harris County Emergency Operation Center, calling it quote probably one of the best in the country. I've been told reporters, FEMA had already provided millions of gallons of water, millions of meals and thousands of blankets to those who suffered during last week's hard freeze. Again. President Trump is back in Washington. He's getting set to deliver remarks on his covert 19 rescue plan in a couple of hours after the House passed is nearly $2 trillion Plan relief package overnight. You're listening to NPR news. This is W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm Lance. Lucky as you've been hearing, an expert panel has endorsed Johnson and Johnson single shot covert 19 vaccine, clearing the way for the FDA to authorize it for emergency use. Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says the state will receive 70,000 doses next week pending FDA approval. He called the single dose vaccine a game changer. Having a third tool in our toolbox is critical in additional 70,000 doses in one big week means another 70,000 vaccinated New Jersey and Murphy says state officials will meet this weekend to determine how the J and J vaccine, which needs only normal refrigeration, will be distributed in the Garden State. During a tumultuous school year. New York City is about to see yet another change this time at the top W N Y. C is Jessica Gould has more schools Chancellor Richard Carranza is leaving his post. Bronx superintendent Misha Porter will take over becoming the first black woman to hold the school system's top job. Crianza says he's leaving because he needs time to grieve for 11 relatives and close friends who've died of the Corona virus. Under Carranza's leadership, New York became the first big city to reopen its schools for hybrid learning Last fall, some national leaders call it's plan a model, but the city close schools again about two months after they opened, and it's still in the process of re opening them now. Families say it has been chaotic. Most students are still doing remote learning, which many say is inadequate. Almost 9000 New York City tenants filed hardship forms with housing court by yesterday's deadline. Now they're covered by the state's eviction moratorium until May, 1st If they had financial or health problems due to covert 19 Mallika Connor, who organizes tenants with the right to counsel coalition says that low number is not surprising because if you weren't actively, you know in court or had an eviction case. Folks might not have known right that it would have been useful for them. Tow proactively submit this form. The Office of Court Administration says most hardship forms came from people whose landlords have already started eviction cases. Tenants can still fill out the forms before May, but their landlords are allowed to start the eviction process. 39 degrees. Light rain. This is w n Y. C. Support for NPR comes from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American People and the E. C. M. C Foundation, working to improve postsecondary educational outcomes for underserved students through evidence based innovation. 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01:11 min | 5 months ago

U.S. Officials Warn Governors Against Easing Restrictions

"The country, but federal officials worry that it could be stalling out health officials. Urging people not to relax their use of masks and social distancing as more vaccines become available. States and cities, meanwhile, have been gradually lifting restrictions in recent weeks and Arkansas the governor says all public health mandates for businesses. Become guidelines. Susanna Cytotec of member Station K. You A F reports Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson lifted all state directives imposed on restaurants, bars, gyms, salons, indoor and outdoor venues and other businesses. Directives included enforcement too, and penalties. Hutchinson says businesses will still be incentivized to continue to follow mask wearing in social distancing guidelines to maintain liability protections because the business liability protection is based upon Following public health guidelines and making a good faith effort to make sure everyone is safe and their employment if people's behaviors lead to more new cases and hospitalizations, Hutchinson says he is prepared to reinstate mandated measures on businesses. For NPR NEWS. I'm Susanna Cytotec in Fayetteville, Arkansas. President Biden is back in Washington

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02:59 min | 5 months ago

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"Directives included enforcement and penalties. Hutchinson says businesses will still be incentivized to continue to follow mask wearing in social distancing guidelines to maintain liability protections because the business liability protection is based upon following public health guidelines and making a good faith effort to make sure everyone is safe in their employment. If people's behaviors lead to more new cases and hospitalizations, Hutchinson says he's prepared to reinstatement. Dated measures on businesses for NPR News. I'm Susanna Cytotec in Fayetteville, Arkansas. President Biden is back in Washington after visiting Texas following last week's Winter storm. Here's Houston Public Media's Andrew Schneider. President Biden praised the work of the Harris County Emergency Operation Center, calling it quote probably one of the best in the country. Biden told reporters. FEMA had already provided millions of gallons of water, millions of meals and thousands of blankets to those who suffered during last week's hard freeze. Again. President Trump is back in Washington. He's getting set to deliver remarks on his covert 19 rescue plan in a couple of hours after the House passed is nearly $2 trillion Plan relief package overnight. Listening to NPR news. Zealand's prime minister has put Auckland, the country's biggest city on a seven day lockdown beginning tomorrow and just send our turn says the rest of the country will be on level two restrictions that include a limit on public gatherings after AH coronavirus case of unknown origin was discovered Our turn made the announcement. After meeting the top lawmakers in the Cabinet. It was a mixed finish on Wall Street at the end of Iraqi Week. NPR's Scott Horsley reports. The Dow Jones industrial average tumbled more than 469 points, while the NASDAQ closed higher. Investors toggle between hopes for an economic revival later this year and fears that revival will lead to higher inflation. The Dow hit an all time high on Wednesday on Lee to see that followed by a sharp selloff. Blue chip stocks end of the week down nearly 1.8%. S and P 500 index lost nearly 2.5% for the week and the NASDAQ dropped almost 5%. New data from the Commerce Department shows personal income soared by 10% last month, largely thanks to those $600 relief payments. Consumers save much of that money, which could help to power an additional shopping spree if and when the pandemic is under control. Scott Horsley NPR news Washington go for Tiger Woods is said to be in good spirits. A statement posted to his Twitter account yesterday evening says was received a follow up procedures at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles to treat the injuries he received in Tuesday's car crash. He was transferred there on Thursday. The crash left him with fractures in his right leg and a shattered ankle. I'm Dr Snyder..

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90.3 KAZU

04:59 min | 6 months ago

"susanna cytotec" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"India. I can see the smoke from fires burning in four different directions. Two miles away. I'm on has been burnt alive. First, today's new Live from NPR news. I'm Nora Rahm. President. Biden is expected to issue more executive actions this week on a number of topics, including climate change. Last week, he rejoined the Paris climate accord. NPR's Nathan Rott has more. We're not entirely sure what strategies Biden is actually gonna use to try to cut greenhouse gas emissions. We know that he's likely to invest money in renewable energy sources He made tough in efficiency standards for appliances. You know your refrigerator. Fuel economy standards for the nation. Cars will likely go up, but all of that stuff is going to take time. NPR's Nathan Rott Ah police officer near Seattle is under investigation. After ramming his car through a large crowd Saturday and appearing to drive over somebody. Casey Martin from member station K U Ow reports. Tacoma police say an officer was responding to a large crowd downtown. With people doing burnouts with their cars. There was a backup of traffic that was Honking and kind of getting riled up are out of their cars taking video. Mark Mathura was coming from dinner when he smelled the burning rubber. He recorded video of when the police car arrived and then is quickly surrounded by the crowd. Backs up it first and then speeds through knocking many people down and driving over at least one person. People are kind of running and screaming and panic. Everyone was on their phones. A police spokesperson says the officer feared for his safety and called for medical aid after leaving the scene. An independent investigation is now underway. For NPR News. I'm Casey Martin. The Chicago Teachers Union said yesterday it's members voted not to return to the classroom despite in order to do so. The school district once roughly 10,000 teachers to return today. Prepared to resume in person instruction for teachers from kindergarten through the eighth grade. Teachers say that it's not safe to go back. Mexico's president says he has cove it and is experiencing light symptoms. NPR's Carrie Kahn reports. The president has been long criticized for downplaying the virus. In a tweet President and Usman will. Oprah's overlords said he had tested positive for covert and is undergoing medical treatment, The 67 year old leader wrote. As always, I am optimistic we will all move forward. Mexico has seen record numbers of confirmed cases and deaths in recent weeks with nearly 150,000 dead from Cove in president Lopez over door is rarely seen wearing a mask and routinely tours the country flying on commercial airlines. He's criticized other world leaders for locking down economies calling such strict enforcement the work of dictators. The president is isolating at home in the interior minister will fill in firm It is morning press conferences, which often stretch on for hours. Carrie Kahn. NPR NEWS Mexico City You're listening to NPR news. European Union foreign ministers are to meet in Brussels today to consider whether in tow pose sanctions against Russia for its treatment of opposition activists, Alexei Navalny and his supporters. Of only has been detained since he returned to Russia last Sunday from Germany, where I was being treated for nerve agent poisoning. Sounds of his supporters have been arrested during protests on his behalf. And Arkansas State legislator has filed a bill that would prohibit the use of public school funds to teach a curriculum based on the New York Times 16 19 project. Which delves into the history and legacy of slavery. Susanna Cytotec with member station K you af has more. The bill, which was filed by Republican representative Mark Lowry of Mom, L. Is titled The Saving American History Act of 2021. In it. He claims the 16 19 project is racially divisive and Ava revisionist account of history that threatens the integrity of the union by denying the true principles on which it was founded. 16 19 project, published by The New York Times puts slavery and its consequences for black Americans at the forefront of American history. Under the bill, schools that choose to teach the curriculum would have their funding reduced in an amount equal to the cost of teaching the project. For NPR News. I'm Susanna Cytotec in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Sarah Sanders is expected to announce today she's running for governor of Arkansas. Sanders served as former president Trump's press secretary. And when one of his closest aides I'm Nora Rahm NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Rocket mortgage, working to help home buyers find a home loan that.

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90.3 KAZU

05:17 min | 7 months ago

"susanna cytotec" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Jenn White today on one a security and democracy. Hundreds of pro trump extremists launched an assault on the U. S Capitol building. Yesterday they planted bombs vandalized offices looted the Senate chamber. Woman was shot and killed on Lee. If you were arrested, how will this change the way we interact with the capital with our politicians? And why was the police response so relatively tame, especially compared to protests over the summer? A lot of questions and we'll try and get some answers. Tweet us at 18. Use. I'm shave Stevens. President Trump has posted a video acknowledging his election defeat. The remarks on Twitter are Trump's first since thousands of his followers. Seize control of the U. S. Capitol, disrupting the process to confirm Joe Biden as the president elect. At least four people died in the riot. Fall out over the insurrection continues. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos says she's resigning effective Friday as NPR's Cory Turner reports Divorce is the latest administration official to quit in protest over Wednesday's violence. For four years, Divorce has been one of Trump's steadiest allies. But in her letter, which was first reported by the Wall Street Journal, she wrote, We should be highlighting and celebrating your administration's many accomplishments on behalf of the American people. Instead were left to clean up the mess caused by riots that she called unconscionable. Contrary to Trump's efforts to downplay his own role in fomenting the insurrection device wrote. There is no mistaking the impact your rhetoric had on the situation and it is the inflection point for me. Device was one of the only members of Trump's Cabinet to issue a condemnation Wednesday of the Capitol attack. Cory Turner. NPR news As House Speaker Nancy Pelosi calls for President Trump's resignation authorities air trying to find the rioter who was photographed with his feet on her desk. From member station K. You A F. Susanna Cytotec reports that the man has been linked to a small town in Arkansas called Grab it grab it. Mayor Kurt Matics issued a statement after local and national media identified Richard Barnett as the man in the photograph. He says. People have flooded the city's social media pages with messages grab it. Police have received numerous phone calls, and a family who lives at Bar Nets. Former address has been threatened so the police had asked them tow. Maybe stay somewhere else that night just to be safe till we could clear this up. We're putting extra patrols in that area and, of course around the city to Maddox described grab it residents as salt of the earth, people who do not condone violence riding or breaking the law. For NPR News. I'm Susanna Cytotec in gravity. Arkansas more than 4000 Americans died from Cove it on Thursday in Los Angeles County. Ah Cove it death was occurring every eight minutes. Mayor Eric Garcetti is pleading with residents to stay home, where masks and avoid gatherings until hospitals in the area get a better handle on the crisis, But it's more vaccines become available. The rollout will speed up The first tier of phase one B will likely begin in the first week of February, current said. He says that tests are showing that thousands of people are infected with Cove. It And have no symptoms. Wall Street stocks closed hires the Dow Jones industrials gained 211 points. The NASDAQ Rose 326. This is NPR. Prosecutors in Minnesota are seeking a delay in the trial of four ex police officers who were charged in the death of George Floyd. They want the proceedings postpone from March 8th to June 7th to allow time for more vaccinations against coronavirus. Four officers are facing trial, including Derek Shelvin, who's accused of murder. Shopify, which powers many online shops, has shut down stores that are tied to President Trump. It's one of several tech companies moving to suspend or restrict Trump's online presence after he inside it, his supporters to storm the U. S. Capitol. MPR's Alina's tell you Because the story Shopify has shut down to online stores affiliated with President Trump won for his campaign and another for the Trump organization. Previously sold Trump branded merch like candles and coasters, the Trump families books and make America great again hats. A Shopify spokesperson said in a statement that the company does not tolerate actions that incite violence and found Trump's actions violated its policy against promotion of organizations or people that threaten or condone violence. Meanwhile, at Amazon, the live streaming platform twitch joined Facebook and Twitter in suspending Trump's Channel at least until he leaves office on January. 20th Alina CELL Yuk NPR news. Commerce Department says the U. S trade deficit jumped 8% in November 2 $68.1 billion as a surgeon imports overwhelmed a smaller increase in exports. The trade gap through the 1st 11 months of last year was nearly 14% higher. In the same period a year earlier. This is NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations..

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Man photographed in Pelosi’s office identified as Arkansas Trump supporter

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Man photographed in Pelosi’s office identified as Arkansas Trump supporter

"Speaker Nancy Pelosi calls for President Trump's resignation authorities air trying to find the rioter who was photographed with his feet on her desk. From member station K. You A F. Susanna Cytotec reports that the man has been linked to a small town in Arkansas called Grab it grab it. Mayor Kurt Matics issued a statement after local and national media identified Richard Barnett as the man in the photograph. He says. People have flooded the city's social media pages with messages grab it. Police have received numerous phone calls, and a family who lives at Bar Nets. Former address has been threatened so the police had asked them tow. Maybe stay somewhere else that night just to be safe till we could clear this up. We're putting extra patrols in that area and, of course around the city to Maddox described grab it residents as salt of the earth, people who do not condone violence riding or breaking the law.

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03:16 min | 7 months ago

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"Of the assault on the U. S Capitol yesterday and how they're feeling. We asked you to sound off and we're gonna get that audience feedback coming up and around 15 minutes, right here on KCRW. Stay with us. Live from NPR news. I'm Dwayne Brown. Authorities have identified a man photograph with his feet on a desk in the offices of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi during yesterday's riots at the Capitol as Susanna Sight attack of member station K. You af tells us he's been linked to a small town in Arkansas. Rabbit Mayor Kurt Matics issued a statement after local and national media identified Richard Barnett as the man in the photograph, he says people have flooded the city's social media pages with messages. Haven't police have received numerous phone calls and a family who lives at Bar Nets. Former address has been threatened so the place and asked them to Maybe stay somewhere else that night just to be safe till we could clear this up. We're putting extra patrols in that area and, of course around the city to Maddox described Gravitt residents as salt of the earth people who do not condone violence riding or breaking the law. For NPR News. I'm Susanna Cytotec in gravity. Arkansas in the wake of yesterday's violent clash with the mob loyal to President Trump, Capitol police chief Steven Son submitted his resignation late today to top Democrats in Congress are calling for the vice president to use the 25th amendment to remove Trump from office there now joined by the mayor of New York Bill de Blasio, as we hear from NPR's Sally her ships during a press conference today, de Blasio called Trump Dangerous and said, it's clear he should no longer be in office. That photo's of yesterday's attack on the capital would have been right at home in Nazi era Germany or fascist Italy. De Blasio said that though it would be difficult to proceed with an impeachment in just two weeks time At the 25th amendment should be invoked NPR's Sally Her ship's stocks finished higher on Wall Street as investors about a new Democratic administration will deliver more stimulus help to boost the U. S economy. Dow was up more than half a percent. Attack heavy NASDAQ was up 2.5%. This is NPR. And this is KCRW with your state and local headlines at 5 32. I'm Larry peral. Some of Ellie's covert 19 tests, maybe giving false negative results. The FDA is sounding the alarm on curative large supplier. The Big L. A testing sites work with the agency says that rapid test from the San Dimas based diagnostics firm Wrongly becoming back negative. Since these curative tests are self administered, there was a chance that the swab is not used properly, which can lead to inaccurate results, and the agency is warning that the test must be administered in accordance with their authorized to use which limits it to people who are showing symptoms but testing In L. A is open to all people, including those who are asymptomatic could create a trickle down a virus spread in which those with false negatives can expose more people. It's not great news for Ella's. The Corona virus continues to strain. Angelenos and Healthcare Systems and local leaders met in south L. A today to talk to residents about the covert 19 vaccine Black and Brown Californians arm or distrustful of vaccines in comparison to whites. That's despite its disproportionate impact on those communities. South.

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03:09 min | 7 months ago

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"The safety and the efficacy of this vaccine, and I want to encourage everyone who has the opportunity to get vaccinated so that we could have a veil of protection over this country. It would end this pandemic. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar was also vaccinated. He and Dr Fauci received the shots developed by American drugmaker Madonna, which were authorized by the FDA last week for emergency use. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington Governor Gavin Newsom is choosing California Secretary of State Alex Padilla to replace Vice President elect Kamila Harris and the U. S. Senate. Remember station KQED Scott Shaffer has more in choosing podia to fill out the rest of Kamila Harris is term. Newsome makes history. California has never had a Latino representing the state in the U. S. Senate. 40% of the population is Latino, and Padilla's parents were born in Mexico. As secretary of state, Padilla oversaw a complicated election with record turnout during the pandemic. Before winning statewide office. He served in the state Senate, where he wrote legislation reforming the state selection process. Newsome was under pressure from groups wanting him to name another black woman to replace Harris in the Senate. In Padilla, he's picked a longtime ally who at age 47 could be a rising political star for NPR news. I'm Scott Shafer in San Francisco. It was a mixed day on Wall Street losses by banks and communications companies pulled the S and P 500 down by 2/10 of a percent. But gains in tech stocks pushed the NASDAQ to another all time high. You're listening to NPR news. The Justice Department is suing Wal Mart, alleging that the retail giant played a role in fueling the ongoing opiate crisis in the US Zuzanna Psy Tech with member station K. U F has more. In a statement the civil divisions acting assistant attorney general says Wal Mart filled thousands of invalid prescriptions at its pharmacies and failed to report suspicious orders for opioids and other drugs. WalMart issued its own statement saying the DOJ is trying to blame pharmacists for the drug enforcement agencies well documented failure to keep unscrupulous doctors from improperly prescribing opioids in the first place. Found liable, the retailer could face civil penalties of up to $67,000 for each unlawful prescription into nearly $16,000 for each one reported drug order for NPR News. I'm Susanna Cytotec in Bentonville, Arkansas. President Trump pardoned 15 people on Tuesday, including some Republican allies and the Trump 2016 campaign official convicted his part of the Russia probe. Trump commuted the sentence of five other people. Among those affected are George Papadopoulos is 2016 campaign adviser. He unwittingly helped to trigger the Russia investigation that affected Trump's presidency for two years. Trump also pardon for former government contractors who were convicted in a 2007 massacre in Baghdad. Israel's parliament failed to pass a new budget on Tuesday, causing the government to collapse the country's parliament Mr Midnight deadline for the budget that meant the Knesset would automatically dissolve. The coalition government was formed last May new elections.

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