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07:34 min | 1 year ago

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"Now still in the middle of this pandemic with a lot of work to be done. And of course, our funding is gone way spent that at the end of December because that was the mandate Yet we know that we have got to continue working on vaccines testing and get us through this, Dr Anthony Fauci says People will need to wear masks for several more months to avoid the Corona viruses. Vaccinations continue to roll out across the country. Government's top infectious disease expert says that 75 to 80% of the population must be vaccinated before any safety measures are relaxed. This is NPR. This is KCRW. I'm leery and this is KCRW. I'm leery Perella. Here's what's happening at 4 32. Californians between the ages of 16 and 64 with certain severe health conditions will soon be eligible for the covert 19 vaccine. The state's top health official, Dr Mark Galley. Says the expanded immunizations won't start until March 15th partly due to low supply. The bottom line is we're still dealing very much with the scarcity of vaccine. Eligible conditions include cancer, chronic kidney disease, down syndrome and severe obesity. Medical providers will have the discretion to determine the patient's eligibility. The state estimates that the expansion will cover an additional 4 to 6 million Californians. California health officials today released an interactive map that allows Angelenos and other golden state residents to track the status of those school re openings. It's called the safe schools reopening map, and it also shows safety planning for all types of schools. Campuses will update their information every two weeks, and the state's Department of Public Health will add data on reported outbreaks in each school district. It comes as a debate continues to rage, both locally and statewide about reopening schools amid the pandemic. Governor Newsome says he is nearing an agreement with lawmakers on a proposed $6.6 billion plan. To expedite those re openings, and the recall effort against Newsome is getting an infusion of cash and muscle As KCRW's Terry Glaser reports, the Republican National Committee has contributed $250,000 to the campaign to try to remove Newsome from office. National GOP had stayed out of the picture, leaving it up to state based activists to lead the way to groups. The California Patriot Coalition and Rescue California say they've gathered 1.5 million signatures. Number needed to get the recall on the ballot, but they're aiming to get to two million by next month's deadline in case the secretary of state's office rejects saw the signatures. Now the Republican National Committee is getting involved after request from the California GOP. The RNC accuses Newsome of what it calls authoritarians measures and a complete mishandling of the Corona virus pandemic. The cash from the National Party will be used for digital and texting campaign encouraging Californians to sign the recall petition that is Kcrw's Terry Glazer and a former federal prosecutor who won convictions against the officers who beat Rodney King to be coming back. The county district attorney George Gascon put in a request today to hire Lawrence S. Middleton. If approved, he would oversee policeman misconduct investigations, and he would also review controversial officer involved shootings that former D A. Jackie Lacey declined to prosecute. Could include the 2015 shooting of unarmed homeless man, Brendan Glenn Middleton is expected to largely focus on those cases that predate gas cones election Support for NPR comes from Cyber Reason. A cyber security company dedicated to helping companies and cyber attacks on computers, mobile devices, servers and the cloud. Details that cyber reason dot com And rocket mortgage, working to help home buyers find a home loan that fits their budget. Home. Buyers can adjust payments, see tax estimates and closing costs all in real time. Rocket mortgage rocket can it's 4 35. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro and I'm Audie Cornish, the U. S. Census Bureau has announced yet another major delay for the 2020 census result. This time, the bureau says the data needed to redraw voting maps won't be available until the end of September. That's about a six month delay past the usual schedule. That hold up could throw elections around the country into chaos. NPR's Hansi Lo Wang covers a census. He joins us now from New York and handsome. Give us a little more detail here on what's at stake for elections. Well for many state and local redistricting officials across the country. This means they have a lot less time to redraw the voting district that determine for the next 10 years. The area's members of Congress represent areas. State legislators represent even areas that school board members represent. And another thing to keep in mind here is that you know, the bureau is still trying to clean up the mess made by Trump officials who may last minute schedule change Is that the census schedule So there is this tension point between the senses? You're having enough time to make sure the data are as accurate as possible. And states and localities, meeting redistricting deadlines and a big concern among redistricting experts right now is that this could treat ideal conditions for Jerry Mannering. I talk to Kathy Fung and the national redistricting director for the government watchdog group Common Cause. Let's listen to what she said. There is a quiet conversation going on in legislatures right now about whether the delay actually might be a helpful game changer to allow them to Have been night bills and do the dirty work outside of the scrutineers public. Two different descriptions. They're helpful game changer in dirty work. What does this actually look like when it comes to redistricting? We could see. For example, state lawmakers using this time crunch as an excuse for rushing to approve maps that don't fairly represent all communities. Maybe they're designed to benefit one political party over another. The fear right now is that public hearings, transparency will fall by the wayside. But I should point out. Some states have been tracking signals from the Census Bureau for months now that this redistricting data would likely be late, because the pandemic and the Trump administration's interference New Jersey, For example, I said, to hold elections this November and New Jersey voters passed a referendum to amend the state constitution so that it can delay of drawing new voting Mass by two years. And last summer In California, the state Supreme Court granted deadline extensions for finalizing new maps. So we'll see what other states and local governments do now, now that they know that the sense sphere is confirmed this new release state for redistricting data September 30th. What has the Census Bureau said about what's causing the delays. The bureau says it needs more time to run quality checks that this is a process that started late because of covert 19 bureau has a lot of duplicate and incomplete responses from last year senses and there's not enough time under this usual schedule to run all those quality checks and what's been very challenging for the bureau. Are these records from colleges, for example, that looked like the schools. Miss reported all student residents living in just one dorm and you have to remember all this information you gather in the middle of the pandemic. Lots of people moving around in lots of confusion about where to get counted for this census. So you're says it needs time to sort through all that. And yet, these aren't the only delays. What's the status of some of the other things you're looking into? Well, I spent, the bureau confirmed. There's also delays for new state population counts that determine each state's new number of votes in the House Representatives and electoral College for the next 10 years And I'm gonna be watching to see when Congress will pass a new law that will formally extend The census deadlines, the bureau says those a portion accounts won't are now expected by the end of April. That's NPR's Hansi Lo Wang covering the census..

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02:50 min | 1 year ago

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"He said. Take to the streets. Don't do it for me. Do it for yourselves and your future. The Kremlin has been cracking down on all dissent. Punishing simple forms of protest was stiff punishments. Amnesty International has designated Navalny a prisoner of conscience. Lucian Kim. NPR NEWS Moscow This is NPR. And this is member supported. KCRW, Santa Monica, Los Angeles Kudrow, Santa Barbara K. C. Ri Indio Palm Springs, Casey, are you Oxnard, Ventura and Casey Ry Mojave, where Community Service of Santa Monica College News, music culture and NPR for Southern California and support for NPR comes from Morgan Stanley, with their podcast thoughts on the market, offering concise takes on current events and their implications for financial markets. Three minutes and episode three times a week. Thoughts on the market. Well, Good morning, I man lit on this Martin Luther King holiday here at KCRW, and it's just great to be with you to play music this morning, and you know, it's a strange morning. You know, against the backdrop of everything that happened in Washington on January, the sixth We turn to, as Terry Glazer would say what would usually be a day of service out in the community. And there are some virtual ways you can participate and and learn. Um, we're gonna play some music for you this morning, and it's a great honor to be here with you on this day, have a few special things for you on. We've also got some of the latest and best new sound so Hope you'll stay with me this morning. It's morning becomes eclectic on KCRW. America is essentially a dream. It is a dream of the land well in recent Oh nationalities and the vault creed can live together. This brother shaking me. You get a fantastic see world. Where everything just speak clearly. Where not thing is wrong in the words up my song Una It's all that I ever need. When I go to the time that my heart with my baby him, Lord.

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04:47 min | 2 years ago

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"It's bit of a different story. More on that after this from NPR. Live from NPR News. I'm Dwayne Brown. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is breaking longtime norms by taking part in this year's Republican National Convention. Pompeo recorded a message from Jerusalem where he's on an official trip today, as NPR's Michelle Kelemen reports, the State Department is trying to brush off the controversy, saying Pompeo is speaking to the convention in his personal capacity, according to an emailed statement. No staff were involved in preparing the remarks or arranging the appearance. If they were Democrats say that would be a violation of U. S law and suggest that Pompeo himself is breaking norms and possibly the law by using Jerusalem as a backdrop for a partisan appearance. For decades, secretaries of state have tried to stay above the political fray, representing all Americans, especially when they travel abroad. Michelle Kelemen. NPR NEWS Washington Doctors in Germany have confirmed that Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been poisoned as NPR's Rob Schmitz tells us Navalny Exposed corruption within the Kremlin and is one of President Vladimir Putin's fiercest critics. Doctors at Berlin's charity Hospital say that Navalny was poisoned by a colon Esther race inhibitor, which damages the nervous system. Doctors say Navalny is being treated with the antidote. Atra peon in that long term damage to his nervous system cannot be ruled out of all the remains in a medically induced coma. NPR's Rob Schmitz Navalny was in Siberia when he suddenly fell ill last week and doctors there said. There were no traces of toxins in his blood. In Washington, the senior counselor to President Trump is leaving the White House at the end of the month. Kellyanne Conway says she's stepping away to focus on her family as her four Children began school remotely her husband. George Conway is also stepping away from the anti trump effort called the Lincoln Project. He cites the same reason This is NPR. And this is Casey ar W. On Larry Perella Monday, August 24th. Here's what's happening at 4 32 L. A County health officials painted a positive outlook of the county's efforts in the fight against Corona virus this afternoon, Chief medical Officer Dr Montu Davis said that Corona virus cases, deaths and hospitalizations. Trending downward if we can maintain this lower transmission. It means that we could begin to think about schools on more businesses reopening or someday moving their operations back indoors. But what I'd like to stresses the importance of all of us learning from our recent past and the spikes in cases Hospitalizations as well as deaths in our community that we experienced in July. Davis reported 13 new deaths from the virus this afternoon, raising the Countywide total to about 5500 and 50. He also confirmed 1198 new cases, lifting the cumulative number two nearly 233,000 some 1200 people are hospitalized today, continuing a plunge from late July averages. Of over 2000. Well, it's a bit of a different story. USC were health official today have reported what they say is an alarming spike in Corona virus cases in off campus housing facilities, officials say there are at least 43 confirmed cases of Copan 19, along with 100 students who may have been exposed now in quarantine, according to Dr Sarah Van Orman, head of USC student health. 14 cases were identified through general population testing among students not showing any symptoms. She urged students near USC, especially those living with housemates were suitemates to get tested weekly through the university's pop testing program. She also says it appears highly unlikely current conditions will significantly change in the weeks of head weeks ahead. She strongly discouraging students from a turning to the campus area until further notice, she says, for people still there to strictly follow all health guidelines. The California Supreme Court today has overturned the death sentence of Scott Peterson. Peterson was convicted more than 15 years ago of killing his pregnant wife, Lacey and their unborn child in a sensational case that was covered by media from around the world hears KC R W's Terry Glazer. The state Supreme Court ruled that the trial judge made a series of significant errors by dismissing prospective jurors who said they were opposed to the death penalty but would be willing to impose it. The justices said that undermine Scott Peterson's right to an impartial jury in that penalty phase, But they did not agree that he was deprived of a fair trial due to the extensive publicity in the run up to the case. Trial was moved about 90 miles from Modesto to San Mateo County. Peterson's attorneys had walled the case moved to Southern California. At the time of his wife's death, Peterson had been dating another woman. He currently has a separate appeal pending before the state Supreme Court in which his attorneys can introduce new evidence and argue that his conviction was wrong. He can also try to take his case to a federal court..

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05:30 min | 2 years ago

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"About what works in K through 12 education more at edgy Topia. Dot org's well Good morning happy Monday and live here with you for case here, W and morning becomes eclectic until Nan today I hope you had a great weekend It was starting to heat up as Terry Glazer was talking about in her in her news forecast, But I heard some great music over the weekend role and know Veena doing a great job Saturday and Sunday. And of course, I loved hearing Henry Rollins last night. And we are looking forward to more music this morning and in keeping with the Cherries, weather forecast. Well, here we go right on home. Backed by the beach. Still going. Bring Okay? Change. Good morning. It's August 17. 2020 and it's a Monday. Here in L. A Some scattered clouds. Brightening up in the morning light. Very still right now. Around 73 degrees Farah night 23 Celsius. Today. I'm thinking about the postal workers. And how much we need and appreciate them. Later on this afternoon, it will be going up to the High eighties around 30 31 degrees Celsius. And we might have these clouds. Traveling with us, but mostly will be enjoying blues guys and golden sunshine all along the way. Everyone. Have a great day..

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02:09 min | 2 years ago

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"His staff or customers, potentially getting the virus. How do you socially distance in a bar mean itjust takes going back? One more phase, And then we're closed all restaurants and everything your clothes, So we're just trying to do our part to stay open and stay clean and sanitize and hope that everyone else is kind of doing it to cause. I'd like to get back to base for. I want to see my friends employed bartenders are used to being the enforcer, Schmidt says They're not afraid to kick people out for standing too close to each other or being disrespectful of the virus restrictions. Kirk Siegler NPR NEWS, Boise This is NPR news. And from the case for W newsroom Jonathan Bastion in for Terry Glazer. It's 8 42 Will Corona Virus cases continue to rise in Orange County Orange County Health care agency officials reported 1028 new Corona virus cases that was as of Monday. And the average number of hospitalizations over a three day period is up 12% K. C. R. W contributor Gustavo Ariano told Greater Allah The data is Justus bad as neighboring counties At first Orange County really seemed to be ahead of the curve and combating Corona virus. And so the case rather per capita death rate was far lower than Riverside, San Martino in San Diego County's but around June. That's when the numbers start going up. Here was what was supposed to be a success story now is just like everyone else. Arianna says. County leaders continue to downplay the crisis and, in some cases even misrepresented the numbers that they give. I mean, there was one case where the county had over a stated the testing that they were doing by 30,000 tests, which meant that It seemed like Orange County was doing far better than what it actually was. And county health officials. They said, Oh, yeah, we're counting those serology has the antibody test and we weren't supposed to do that. Oops. Our bad county law enforcement also remains lacks. O. C. Sheriff Don Barnes says will not wearing a face mask is a violation of the public health order. It's not a practical application of a law violation. This is K C. R. W Hey,.

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08:31 min | 2 years ago

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"From NPR news you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news in case you are W. I'm speech it take this you were probably well aware of the debacle that became of the Iowa caucuses specifically the tabulating well don't think that the folks here in LA county are keeping a close eye given that they have a new voting system that will begin with early voting on February twenty second the in Logan is LA county registrar recorder and county clerk in other words he oversees voting in LA county and new high tech machines that are also being unveiled at the vote sinners we will have these devices their ballot marking devices when you check in you'll be given a blank paper ballot you'll take that to the device I inserted into the vice and then you'll use the interface on the tablet to make your selections they will walk you through your ballot it it allows you to have some features that have been available before so you can select the language you want to use you can adjust the font size of the contrast it has it accessibility services so voters with disabilities can vote independently without the assistance of another individual at the end of that process when you have completed the palette it but it didn't print that out onto your paper ballot you'll be able to look at that it's human readable text so in the past where you've just seen that card with a bunch of filled in dots on it this actually tells you who you voted for you can take a look at that and once you're satisfied with that with that being accurate then you will cast that by putting it back into the device and it'll go into a secure about box on the back of the device the city of Beverly hills actually has some issues with the technology they're saying that you get there this digital screen has four candidates and you have to if there are more than four candidates in the race you have to keep clicking more you have to find the more I con what do you say to that what do you say to their concerns well I think it's it's ultimately that's the usability issue that said that's an issue where there is only so much space on on the screen and when you try to do our or when you insure that you comply with the accessibility requirements for voting systems that has to be adjustable and we have races that are contest that that run from two candidates up to you know twelve or fourteen candidates that's not unusual so the the more button is a is a feature that allows the voter to navigate through that list and and make their choices the system does provide a review screen so you can double check to see that you made all the selections you were eligible to make and confirm that you your vote was cast for the candidates that you wanted to for now we did test this we did a significant user testing we held a mock election in the community we held a live pilot election in a small election in November and our our data shows that that that more button is is very functional that that people do see it they do use it and they do navigate through the ballot properly the dean we're living in a time where a lot of folks are concerned about hacking what have you done to protect those new machines the vote counting itself the integrity of the vote sure we have a number of security kind of standard security protocols that are in place of the the equipment itself has been designed to it's it's not networked it's independent each of those devices is independent again as we talked about the the devices themselves don't retain the votes cast they don't count the votes we rely on that paper ballot for that for that purpose in the chain of custody so that we can go back and do audits and recounts if necessary and we are working with all of our partners both here at the county and in the state and even nationally too to be sure that our environment is is monitored on a twenty four seven basis on that we are aware of any potential disruption and they were documenting anything that's unusual dean Logan the LA county registrar recorder I know busy time for you thanks for taking time out for us thank you so much KCRW sponsors include sonos customers can create a custom sound system with speakers sound bars and components for every room to play music podcasts and their favorite N. B. R. programming using the app or their voice learn more at sonos dot com I'm Terry Glazer on the next morning edition after months of investigation and testimony and a contentious impeachment trial how will Congress and the president moved forward you'll hear reaction to the historic vote plus the emotional impact the corona virus outbreak is having on some students from China attending school in the US and a new study says the way police are portrayed on TV gets in the way of reform in the real life criminal justice system that's on the next morning edition here on KCRW KCRW sponsors include cirque de soleil presenting Volda Volta under the big top at Dodger Stadium now through March eighth and opens March eighteenth under the big top that OC Ferron offense center more information at cirque DU soleil dot com six forty nine here KCRW ahead on All Things Considered actor Kirk Douglas died today at the age of one hundred and three in LA a Star the classics like Spartacus lust for life has of glory he was one of the last living actors from Hollywood's golden age twelve remember it's coming up from NPR press play seven o'clock coming up on the show why the Orange County district attorney dropped charges against a Newport beach couple accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting many many women and the director of the Oscar nominated documentary edge of democracy will be on the program as well as well as press play coming up at seven right here on Casey or W. checking your roads now in Long Beach cellphone seven ten past Allama Boulevard crash for the motorcycle blocking the right lane traffic slow from the ninety one over at all except a four or five of the connector to the one oh five there's a three car crash it's been moved to the right shoulder but traffic a little slow as you approach if you're headed to LAX just a heads up on your way six fifty this is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm very that was Kelly and I'm Audie Cornish Kirk Douglas the self described Ragman son who became a global Hollywood superstar in the nineteen fifties and sixties has died he was a hundred and three Douglas was often cast as the troubled tough guy in films those famously as a rebellious Roman slave name Spartacus off screen he was devoted to humanitarian causes Bob Mondello offers this appreciation that cleft in his chin the great in his voice the set of his jaw line moments of intensity that made him seem to be talking through clenched teeth Kirk Douglas was a classic Hollywood alpha male one who made a conscious choice to go his own way by playing men who went there is like the principled colonel dax in the World War one epic paths of glory who bucked his commanders to try to save three soldiers at their court martial Jan ashamed to be a member of the human race and this is one such occasion the case made against these men as a model of human justice define these men guilty would be a crime the hard each to the day you die colonel dax was a good man fighting the establishment but Douglas seemed almost more comfortable playing what he liked to call tough sons of **** flawed men who were one way or another gaming the system two of his earliest title roles the backstabbing boxer in the champion and the self destructive cornet ist in young man with a horn were stars who turned into heels just as the public embraces them before long Douglas have developed that reputation himself looking back in his memoirs Douglas describes the young Kirk Douglas as egotistical and ambitious and claims not to like him very much but his performances as say an abrasive driven Vincent van Gogh in lust for life or electric what I paid the sun I want to make people feel it re folly giving off light when I paid a visit in the field I want to feel the sun pouring into like it doesn't look your price what I see when I look at your work thank you for you to fax for more than two decades in Hollywood Douglas cast a giant shadow as one of his titles handed playing two or even three starring roles each year he had climbed enough that when he didn't get cast in Ben Hur he could counter it just months later with his own Roman epic both producing and starring as the rugged chiseled.

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"NPR news des Moines billionaire businessman and democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg announced today he is doubling down on the already massive amount he's been spending on advertising while his campaign provided no actual dollar number test maybe Bloomberg is already spent three hundred million dollars on TV radio and digital advertising ways not cement comes as the former New York City mayor apparently hopes to capitalize on some of the disruption yesterday's problem plagued Iowa caucus Bloomberg is not been focusing on the early voting states like Iowa and New Hampshire but instead looking at super Tuesday in delegate rich states like California China and the World Health Organization urging countries to lift restrictions on trade and travel from China imposed in the wake of new coronavirus outbreak comparison read Eisenman has more the issue came up at a briefing for WTO member states in Geneva WHO's director general taters on and get braces said twenty two countries have taken steps to limit trade or travel to China although teacher this didn't mention countries by name that list includes the United States which has largely barge travelers from China such restrictions can have the effect of increasing fear and the stigma with lied to the public codes benefit China's ambassador to the United Nations Shinshu picked up on the theme urging countries to quote stay clear of discriminatory actions and stigmatization Marie Eisenman NPR news major theme of president trump's state of the union address tonight is expected to be the economy as trump delivers his third state of the union address the economy continuing to grow though not necessarily at the robust rate trumpet promised was campaigning in two thousand sixteen so the unemployment rate and a half century low and consumers continuing to spend the message is likely to resonate with voters nine months before the election US expansion is now to record eleventh year on Wall Street today stocks gain ground the Dow was up four hundred and seven points you're listening to NPR Kacey R. W. a merry Perella Tuesday February fourth of very good afternoon to you here is what's happening at three OO for a child under coronavirus quarantine along with almost two hundred other Americans at a military base in riverside has been taken to the hospital after coming down with a fever child and a parent being tested after being evacuated last week for the part of China where the outbreak was first detected in LA county about fourteen thousand people have now signed an online petition calling on one school district to cancel all classes due to fears about the virus more now for KCRW's to replace her el hambre is located in the San Gabriel Valley the heart of LA's Asian American community thousands of people have signed this change dot org petition which says an environment like a school could maximize the spread of the corona virus the school district tells the San Gabriel Valley Tribune those fears are overblown and the petition is not based on facts and the district doesn't have the authority to cancel classes unless an emergency is declared by the state or by the county health department or office of a education so far that hasn't happened the school district is also speaking out against rumors that students are banned from wearing face masks which isn't true but it says masks are not effective in preventing disease that is K. C. R. W.'s Terry Glazer reporting any call the shark was the pick of Iowans last night just not the ones who are actually caucuses in Iowa the forty nine voters who picked the moderate Minnesota senator were in palm springs for the first time this year the I would Democratic Party held satellite caucuses across the country and abroad to make voting more accessible in palm springs the LA times reports that after an hour and fifteen minutes of polite negotiating among the various camps culture one followed by Joe Biden and people to judge California congressman Devin newness has again lost the endorsement of his local newspaper the Fresno bees editorial page this week endorsed the Central Valley Republican opponent democratic fill our bio newness has been suing the parent company of the B. over critical stories there are some readers who are upset and don't like to be calling out newness I would note though that the Fresno bee endorsed newness in almost every single election until he underwent this massive change and became a trump stooge built around a central page editor of the Sacramento bee sister paper of the Fresno bee units has been one of trump's most frequent defenders the Fresno bee explain this endorsement of or by all first time politician saying the twenty second district is for someone who quote for fills the oversight role of Congress support for NPR comes from K. Buxbaum supported the David Gilkey ends up you'll Tamana memorial fund established a strength and be our commitment to training and protecting journalists in high risk environments this is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm very that was Kelly and I'm Audie Cornish we finally have results coming in from yesterday's Iowa caucuses after holding a press conference for the state party chairman apologize for disruptions to the process I would Democrats have released results from nearly two thirds of precincts in the state and it's a very close race between Pete but a judge and Bernie Sanders NPR political correspondent Scott dentro joins us now with more Scott first help us understand these results as we said it as two thirds of the precincts so what are we looking at the close contest between booty judge and Sanders and real gap between the two of them and everybody else in the field clearly they are are the co leaders right now with about forty percent remaining to report it's too drastically different candidates you have a seventy eight year old democratic socialist has been in Congress for decades pushing for major changes to the political system a political revolution as he puts it and the thirty eight year old former mayor of south bend Indiana the first millennial presidential candidate who's run on a platform of moderation in unity these are two candidates here's what they had in common they both created organic sustained enthusiasm a ton of all in tears a ton of contributors who gave them the resources to out spend their opponents and really commit a lot of resources that top Iowa and from what we can see so far judges doing really well in rural and suburban areas Bernie Sanders doing well and urban centers in college towns again we're we're still waiting on about forty percent of that total to come in the person trailing is Joe Biden he's in fourth place how significant is that I'd say it's really significant it is a big blow for Joe Biden electability is the be all end all of his page and he is the former vice president of the United States in fourth place and significantly really behind the top two candidates his campaign had tried to downplay this in the days leading up to the Iowa caucuses may be anticipating this result singolo finish wasn't a problem but here's the thing he diverted a lot of advertising money to Iowa in the final month and he had really spent a lot of time there he was making a full push and he did that at the expense of campaigning in New Hampshire and that could set him up for another poor showing next week you've been following the Sanders campaign and there's been a strong feeling that he had lots of energy going into these caucuses so what does it mean that he's in contention to win at this point it shows that he has consolidated the progressive wing of the party and that was a really open question at the beginning of the race how much of Bernie Sanders twenty so sixteen support would stick with him with Elizabeth Warren another progressives in the race and the answer here is maybe enough to win Iowa his campaign focused on bringing new voters in he really hit hard on the message of we need to have a record turnout in Iowa in the final weeks of this race it looks like that record turn out did not materialize it looks like this is going to be noticeably below that high water mark of two thousand eight but still he seemed to have gotten enough voters out to be worry is right now and that's a validation of the campaign organization they had boasted of knocking on five hundred thousand doors in January alone speaking of boasting I want to come back to people to judge for a minute because last night when no one knew anything he was giving something of a victory speech he spoke just a short time ago there in New Hampshire where you are let's have a listen to that a campaign that some said should have no business even making this a tent has taken its place at the front of this race to replace the current president what's the path ahead is this one this marks a pretty remarkable rise in a race dominated by candidates on national on the national scene for decades again here's this thirty year old former mayor in this position he was one of the first candidates could create a real viral moment of excitement unlike others who did that he sustained it created a national campaign out of no where he's a position to do really well in New Hampshire I think the question is what happens next can he create this excitement and support in states where he hasn't been campaigning for a year run a national campaign support an appeal to minority voters which polls have shown he really has not been able to do so far but I think he has earned enough from this showing in Iowa to to make that competition nationally in March and super Tuesday and beyond that's NPR's Scott d'etre in Manchester New Hampshire thanks so much thank you nearly two hundred people remain quarantined at an air base in southern California following the return from the epicenter of the corona virus outbreak in China one child in the group was taken to a nearby hospital with a fever and is being evaluated the warranty in is just one of the measures the US has taken to try to limit the spread of the virus NPR's Alison Aubrey reports on a new N. P. R. PBS newshour Marist poll which finds the majority of Americans say US officials are doing enough to contain the virus two thirds of Americans say the corona virus poses a real threat and has not been blown out of proportion and though many say they are concerned about the potential spread within the U. S. most Americans say they're not very concerned that the virus will spread in their own community here's Lee Merrin Goff the director of the Marist institute for public opinion people are worried watch full but right now it's a majority of Americans don't see this as something that is necessarily going to strike here I think that's a reaction to the fact that so far it's been very limited the only confirmed cases in the US so far have been in people who returned from the Wuhan region or been in close contact with someone who has the poll also finds that older Americans are much more likely to be concerned about the spread of the virus to their communities and that's understandable poll respondent Karen Montoya told us she seventy seven she lives in Phoenix she points out older people are generally more vulnerable to respiratory infections and the average age of the first cases reported in China was about sixty we are concerned about it but we're not to the point where we personally feel like we would be involved she's reassured that there have been no deaths in the U. S. she says if the corona virus did spread here she and her husband have lived through prior pandemics back in the early nineteen seventies they got Hong Kong flu but she was responsible for the nineteen sixty eight flu pandemic my husband was quite so he was sick for a week I was really sick for two days until you says some people in her peer group do seem overly anxious about the corona virus so she tells them to do the same things they do to prevent the flu don't go anywhere if you have symptoms of a cold or flu you need to pay attention to what's going on but don't over think it our poll also asked people whether US officials were doing enough to prevent the spread of the virus here and more than six in ten Americans said yes officials are doing enough but respondent Fausto Fernandez who is thirty six and lives in Massachusetts says for him it's complicated I think it's a great idea to keep the public safe but he says he is concerned that the travel restrictions put in place by the trump administration may be overly broad I just hope that it's not used for something else other than for the good of people he says the only goal should be to prevent the spread of the virus Alison Aubrey NPR news.

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"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly U. S. troops withdrawing from northeast Syria are moving into western Iraq to continue the fight against ISIS but as NPR's Jana Rappaport's Iraq's military commander says they don't have permission to stay part of the reason leaving US troops in Iraq is controversial here is that US officials seem to have announced they would leave some of those troops in western Iraq without actually consult playing the Iraqi government president trump flew into the same Iraqi base where US forces would be station last Christmas that was without stopping to see Iraqi leaders in Baghdad that move led to calls here for the US to leave Iraq Republicans and Democrats in Congress have questioned trump's decision to withdraw U. S. forces from Syria's border with Turkey a Republican effort to censure California congressman Adam Schiff over remarks he made at a hearing in the house last month has failed here's NPR's John Snyder the failed Republican resolution claimed house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff made misleading statements about president trump's July phone call with Ukraine's president majority Democrats blocked the GOP effort on a two hundred eighteen to one hundred eighty five party line vote Schiffer said his remarks are meant as a parent at that hearing shift gave his interpretation of the July phone call between trump and Ukraine's president this is NPR news from Washington from KCRW I'm Terry Glazer was state and local headlines it was a close call for homeowners in Pacific palisades a brush fire that broke out there yesterday came very close to some multi million dollar homes at one point some homeowners were using garden hoses to be back flames closing in on their backyards the fire has burned forty acres and is now ten percent surrounded no reports of any homes destroyed meanwhile in northern and central California Pacific gas electric says it may cut power again this week to more than two hundred thousand customers due to extreme wild fire weather conditions notifications of going out to customers live mainly in the Sierra foothills and the northern part of the bay area Pacific gas electric's mark Quinlan says a final notification will go out early tomorrow what I notify customers as soon as possible so that they can make plans we want to notify our county agencies and state agency partners of the same so that they can make plans so we're looking anywhere from eight to twelve hours prior to that time is when we want to make that final notification that were were go for the shot for cancer saying that windows tomorrow evening could top fifty five miles an hour PGD turned off power to seven hundred thousand customers earlier this month the utility came under heavy criticism for the widespread outage during the shut off its website crash maps weren't updated customer calls went unanswered in cities and counties complained about poor communication by the utility several more parents accused in the college admissions scandal have admitted guilt and trying to get their children into prestigious schools using false credentials but yesterday's guilty pleas in a Boston federal court room were a little different they came from parents would maintain their innocence but have now reverse themselves KCRW's Vicki **** has more on one of those parents Douglas Hodge of Orange County hajj is the former chief executive of global investment giant pimco which is one of the world's largest asset management firms the Laguna beach father has admitted paying five hundred twenty five thousand dollars to have two of his children admitted to U. S. C. a sports recruits hajj had earlier turned down a deal offered by federal prosecutors and had maintained his innocence but last week he and other parents who protest of the charges were warned they could be charged with committing federal program bribery this week KCRW's Vicki **** support for NPR comes from NPR stations.

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"Saddle ridge fire some Californians are wondering if power shut us or the future new tech may help but will utilities invest in what environmentalists say T. bike riders could cause big problems riding through national parks plus local news weather and traffic it's All Things Considered from NPR and Casey are W. a Friday edition starts at three now this from KCRW knows the E. cigarette maker jewel labs has agreed to restrict advertising to young people as part of a settlement announced Thursday as Casey Adam Hughes cherry glaze of reports the settlement came in connection with a legal complaint brought by a northern California based nonprofit called the center for environmental health jul has agreed not to advertise on social media or within a thousand feet of schools or playgrounds not to sponsor advertise at concerts or sports events unless the restricted to people over the age of twenty one and to limit its advertising to media were at least eighty five percent of the audience is twenty one and up jul will also pay the center for environmental health five and a half million dollars toward anti vaping campaigns in addition jewel has voluntarily decided to stop selling desert and fruit flavored E. cigarettes like mango and cream in the US but those only account for ten percent of its sales the company will keep offering Minton menthol vapes its most popular flavors including with teenagers KCRW's Terry Glazer the time is four twenty one you're listening to morning edition on KCRW support for NPR comes from this station and from alliance for lifetime income educating Americans about annuities and protected lifetime income online and across America as sponsor of the rolling stones twenty nineteen US tour at alliance for lifetime income dot work from the George Gund foundation working to make Cleveland and northeast Ohio more globally competitive livable sustainable and jocks more information available at Gund foundation dot org I'm from Duolingo a language Jack whose mission is to make language learning fun and accessible to the world with lessons in more than thirty languages including French Spanish and Chinese.

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"News at Wednesday October ninth on Larry Pareil here's what's happening at four thirty two California state prison system is wrestling with an inmate's suicide crisis that's the word from the head of the state corrections department but there is some disagreement on how the state is handling the situation as KCRW's Terry Glazer explains how big is the problem four hundred forty eight inmates in California prisons took their own lives between two thousand one and two thousand fourteen twice the number suicides in the federal prison system which is much larger and the inmate's suicide rate in California long cups has continued to climb since then hitting a new high last year state corrections officials tell the San Francisco Chronicle they spent tens of millions of dollars of the last two decades creating what they call a comprehensive system of quality mental health care but critics disagree a federal district judge presiding over a major lawsuit criticize the state this summer for taking too long to implement changes and the state's own number show the prison system doesn't have enough psychiatrists to meet the needs that is K. C. R. W.'s cherry glaze reporting governor Newsome has signed legislation that will allow people in California to register to vote on election day the law signed yesterday says it can be done at all polling places in twenty twenty also expands conditional voter registration in the state voters who register conditionally on election day will not have their ballots counted until the registration has been verified in the twenty eighteen election more than fifty seven thousand people cast ballots after registering that way the Dodgers are facing off against the nationals just one more time tonight the winners will advance to the National League Championship losers get an early vacation petrous Papadakis co host the petrous and money show on a implants seventy Ellie sports he says the Dodgers have had one of their most storied season's in franchise history but tonight's faceoff is anybody's game won more games than I ever have in franchise history that franchise been around a long time you got a really good pitcher going for the nationals who's been lowered the Dodgers down it's going to be a nail biter I think all night Dodgers manager Dave Roberts says if the game gets tight no pitcher is out of commission tonight have a Dick is says if he has to pick a team to win his money is on the boys in blue ash it'll sh though they have a great pitching staff were never supposed to be here they're kind of a rag tag bunch all the advantage and all the pressure is on the Dodgers the Dodgers do when they will likely face the cardinals who are up right now I think thirteen one in the bottom of the seventh inning against the Braves whoever wins that best of five matchup advances to the world through his first pitch tonight by the way at the ravine coming in at five thirty seven support for.

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"Josh barro honor twice a week for all the legal trouble there's all the president's lawyers Wednesdays at one thirty and left right and center is Fridays at one and again at seven right here on KCRW now this from KCRW knows it's been a busy summer for the presidential candidates everything from fundraisers to rallies to prepping for debates now new data from the non profit news organization ProPublica show the impact that's having on the candidates day jobs some have missed half of the votes in the Senate this year among them California senator comma Harris KCRW's cherry glaze or has the details come on Harris's miss just over fifty percent of the votes in the Senate so far this year that makes her the second most absent member of the chamber behind New Jersey senator and rival democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker Bernie Sanders comes in a close third missing more than forty nine percent of this year's votes and the really heavy duty campaigning is still to come Republicans hold a slim majority in the Senate so Democrats can't necessarily affect the outcome of votes the San Francisco Chronicle reports terroristic cancel trip to Iowa this spring in order to cast a vote on disaster relief that included billions of dollars for Californians affected by wildfires she's also made a point to be in DC for intelligence committee business KCRW's Terry Glazer time is four forty five this is KCRW good morning I'm Rachel Martin squirrels are gonna squirrel person Holly Persik learn the hard way when they found two hundred wall that's hidden in the hood of the car the whole engine was covered in knobs and Masi.