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NASA and the FAA Research Engine Ice-Crystal Icing
"Crystals hit warm aircraft engines the crystals start to melt and evaporate cooling the engine core surfaces to temperatures below freezing as the melted ice crystals then re freeze. Ice accumulates inside the engine core which can cause temporary power loss stalls flameouts or engine blade damage current weather radar easily detects rain or hail so pilots can take steps to avoid those conditions but identifying smaller ice crystals in the atmosphere can be more difficult understanding ice water. Content conditions can improve flight safety so the federal aviation administration is working with nasa and other government and industry partners to gather data about this unusual phenomenon. The faa will distribute this information to pilots can recognize conditions likely to cause icing and take action to mitigate effects making air travel safer winter spring summer and fall
FAA Probes Near-Miss of Passenger Jets at San Diego Airport
"Faa probes near miss a passenger jet san diego airport. The incident occurred just after ten thirty pm. On thursday of last week and evolved an inbound flight and plane about to take off and this is from nbc seven san diego nbc's san and nego. What does it That the anchorman used to stay stay. Classy san stay classy san diego. I'm ron burgundy you stay classy san diego. The federal aviation administration has opened an investigation into an apparent near miss at san diego international airport. No not at at the san diego international airport thursday evening agency officials confirmed nbc seven an inbound sky west flight from portland oregon was on final approach preparing to land a little after ten thirty when the pilot was waved off by air traffic controllers because another aircraft a delta flight headed to detroit was still on the runway air traffic controllers at san diego. International airport introduced instructed. Excuse me the crew of sky west flight three four four six to discontinue their approach to runway to seven thursday evening because another aircraft was on the runway preparing for departure. An faa representative emailed nbc. Seven the other aircraft delta airlines twenty to forty nine departed safely and this guy west aircraft landed later. The faa is investigating flight log data or data. If you prefer aircraft tracking web site flight aware dot com shows the inbound sky westjet descended to two hundred feet above sea level at the time of its first landing attempt. The plane ended up touching down twelve minutes later. According to airbus's website in eighty three thirty two hundred is a little more than fifty five feet tall at the tip of its tail. A diagram on the faa's website shows the eastern edge of the runway at san diego international airport's about seventeen feet above sea level.
FAA Seeks Fines Against More Misbehaving Airline Passengers
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the FAA seeks fines against the miss behaving airline passengers in the continuing crackdown on the surge of incidents involving unruly passengers the Federal Aviation Administration is pursuing civil penalties against two more passengers for interfering with airline crews the FAA says it will seek fines of ten thousand five hundred dollars and nine thousand dollars respectively against two passengers who caused disruptions on separate jet blue Airways flights one in December the other in March in January the FAA announced a zero tolerance stance against unruly passengers the agency says so far this year it has received thirteen hundred complaints from airlines about disruptive passengers might cross yet Washington
Airlines Waiting for Word From Boeing on Fixing Max Planes
"More than one hundred new Boeing seven thirty seven MAX jetliners remain grounded because of problems detected with some electrical components the federal aviation administration's told your lines that it's working with Boeing to fully identify and address a problem detected with electrical grounding in a backup power control unit and the FAA says additional testing shows the issue could involve additional systems the problem was first reported in early April discovered a new jets still on the assembly line an official with Southwest Airlines Boeing's biggest customer says half of its sixty four MAX jets are still out of service and it's frustrating because the jets have only been in use since March after the first grounding that followed two deadly crashes linked to the automated flight control systems hi Jackie Quinn
Washington DC attorney general urges FAA to change airport-noise policy
"DC's attorney general is concerned about the impact aircraft noise is having on city residents who live near Reagan National Airport. Carly Scene is asking the Federal Aviation Administration to update its aircraft noise policy, and he wants it to do a more consistent job of applying that. Racine says the FAA is current noise policy is based on a 19 seventies model that's outdated, he says. Flight paths in and out of Reagan national were changed in 2015 before federally required studies were
FAA seeks $27,500 from passenger it says struck flight attendant
"A hefty fine for a passenger who allegedly assaulted a flight attendant. Over a mask. A $27,500 fine is being proposed by the Federal Aviation Administration for passenger it says, yelled Curse words and struck a flight attendant under the eye. That person was traveling with a man who refused to wear his mask or seatbelt or secure his tray table on the Delta Airlines flight from Miami to Atlanta On October 19th. The crew returned the flight to the gate and the FAA says when the flight attendants asked you two to get off the flight, that's when one became combative. The FAA did not identify the passenger. Your little
FAA seeks $27,500 from passenger it says struck flight attendant
"Fine for a passenger who allegedly assaulted a flight attendant over a mask. A $27,500 fine is being proposed by the Federal Aviation Administration for passenger it says, yelled Curse words and struck a flight attendant under the eye. That person was traveling with a man who refused to wear his mask or seatbelt or secure his tray table on the Delta Airlines flight from Miami to Atlanta on October night. Teen, The crew returned the flight to the gate and the FAA says when the flight attendants asked the two to get off the flight. That's when one became combative. The FAA did not identify the passenger liner.
Boeing Moved to Fix 777 Engine Covers Before Failures
"To federal aviation administration's grounded dozens of boeing seven seven seven passenger jets after an engine failure united airlines flight. Saturday nearly lead to disaster. The national transportation safety board says a preliminary investigation found the engine manufactured by pratt and whitney showed signs of metal fatigue. This follows two. Fatal crashes of boeing seven thirty-seven. Max jets ethiopian nisha. That killed all three hundred. Forty six people on for
Federal watchdog blasts FAA over certification of Boeing jet
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a federal watchdog blasts the FAA over its certification of the Boeing seven thirty seven Max the transportation department's inspector general has issued a report criticizing the federal aviation administration's oversight process for approving new aircraft in a report released Wednesday the inspector general issued fourteen recommendations to restore confidence in FAA certification process the report focused on the FAA's approval of the Boeing seven thirty seven Max before crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia in which three hundred forty six people were killed the report highlighted the FAA's policy of relying on aircraft manufacturers to perform key safety assessments the FAA said it agrees with the recommendations Mike Crossey up Washington
FAA grounds certain planes after engine failure over Denver
"The federal aviation administration's ordered the grounding of all Boeing jets that have the type of engine that blew apart after take off from Denver this past weekend the FAA is requiring that jets equipped with a certain model of the Pratt and Whitney PW four thousand engine not fly until they can be inspected for stress cracks the directive comes after the national transportation safety board said a fractured fan blade found in the engine of the seven seventy seven that had to make an emergency landing had visible signs of damage consistent with metal fatigue the grounding primarily affects United Airlines which says it already voluntarily remove twenty four of its jets from service it was United flight from Denver to Honolulu Saturday that had to make an emergency landing soon after takeoff because pieces of an engine's casing rain down on neighborhoods below Jackie Quinn Washington
United grounds Boeing 777 aircraft following engine failure; FAA narrows investigation
"United Airlines is taking 24 Boeing triple Seven planes out of service temporarily as the Federal Aviation Administration orders inspections after a flight had to make an emergency landing at the Denver airport this weekend. Because of engine failure. Debris fell on the neighborhood near the airport. No one was injured. The FAA and the NTSB are
United flight from Denver has engine failure, drops debris on neighborhoods
"Now United Airlines passenger jet dropped to breathe this weekend. The plane suffered an engine failure is Colorado Public Radio's clear. Cleveland reports. United flight 3 28 had just taken off from Denver International Airport for Honolulu when the failure occurred. People reported hearing an explosion. John pull heard the noise while he was standing in his kitchen. So I looked up, see if I could see any claims. And I saw this twin jet airliner trying to get that moment, too. I just noticed it was smoking out of that right side. It was remarkable. In Broomfield, northwest of Denver, plane debris fell over a neighborhood and a park. The plane safely returned to the airport, and no injuries have been reported. The Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board will investigate the incident for
United Boeing 777 suffers engine failure after takeoff from Denver, debris found but no injuries
"A the Federal Aviation Administration says a plane that dropped debris onto Colorado neighborhoods this afternoon was able to land safely. Denver International Airport. They say the Boeing 7 77 200 run by United Airlines was experiencing a right engine failure shortly after takeoff. The passengers were all able to get off. And were bused to the terminal. No injuries were reported. They added that they are aware of that fallen
United flight from Denver has engine failure, drops debris on neighborhoods
"The Federal Aviation Administration says that the plane that dropped to Brianna's the neighborhoods around Denver landed safely at the International airport. They said the Boeing seven 77 200 run by United Airlines had experienced the right engine failure shortly after taking off the passengers de boarded the plane and robust back to the terminal. They added. They are aware of falling debris and the in the plane's flight
United flight from Denver has engine failure, drops debris on neighborhoods
"Ah United Airlines Flight was forced to return to Denver International Airport today after an engine failure scattered debris over a Colorado town. In Colorado public radio clear Cleveland reports United flight 3 28 was on its way to Honolulu when the Boeing 7 70 sevens right engine failed after takeoff. Debris from the plane fell on a neighborhood and park in Broomfield, northwest of Denver. Rachel Welty, a spokesperson for the Broomfield Police Department, says she's shocked. No one was injured by the debris on a day like today, when it's not as cold as it was last weekend. We could have hundreds of people here and the fact that we're still not getting reports of any injuries. It's amazing. The Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board will investigate the incident. For NPR News. I'm Claire Cleveland
Federal worker cut air traffic communications with planes
"Federal Aviation Administration employee has been fined $5000 put on two years probation or cutting communication between air traffic controllers and planes flying above Honolulu Back in early 2019. Two minute outage effective communications with about 10 planes. The man was sentenced this week by a federal judge after pleading guilty to maliciously interfering with a federal communications system.
What happens if you test positive for COVID-19 and can’t fly back to the US?
"About 50,000 flight attendants from 17 Airlines wants those airlines to share their individual. No fly list information right now. Those lists are kind of airline specific. Jay Ratliff, Aviation expert Joining us all the coca News Live. I'm good to have you back J Hey, pleasant. Good morning. So these no fly lists. Um what are the no fly list about? Do they involve masks or are they just generally people behaving badly in the skies? When the mask policy was put into place by airlines is is kind of a way to Yeah, Get some passengers to be a little bit more comfortable about flying at first, you may remember is optional If he had a medical condition you didn't have to worry about wearing a mask, but it seems like 78% of the aircraft had some sort of medical issue. Opted not to wear them. So that's when it became mandatory for anyone over two years of age to wear masks during the entire flight over your nose and your mouth. Some passengers did not want to do that, And as a result, they created either issues in the gate or onboard an aircraft. And those passengers had to be removed or once the plate was completed. Escorted off of the aircraft, and those passengers were put on the airlines No fly list, which is basically This is in place until the mass policy is listed. And then we will welcome you back. But until then, since you've proven that you can't abide by our mass policy, we're gonna ban you until The policy is no longer in place that the issue is if I act upon a Delta flight and cause a disturbance that gets to wherever we're going, they pulled me off the flight and say, Look, you're not gonna be arrested. But you didn't follow the airlines mass policies were banning you from Delta Airlines for the time being. Could say Okay, and then I just zip on down to United. Grab a flight on them, and I can fly anywhere. I want to go and the flight attendants are saying, Look, if J X up on Delta. The consequences shouldn't only be on Delta. It should be on all U. S carriers. You're basically giving this crazy guy can opportunities on 10 different airlines to act up inconveniencing perhaps 10 different flights that they're on, and flight attendants are just that the point now where every single day Mask police. There's no federal guidelines for mass policies yet, so it's all the airline policy and most people recognize it As such, so they really don't feel threatened by, you know, getting in trouble, so to speak. Because they know it's going to be something that only involves that airline. There's not gonna be fined or anything like that. However, last week, the Federal Aviation Administration came out said Look, if you cause an onboard disturbance with an airline You face a possible fine of up to $35,000. So now there's a little bit more of an incentive for somebody like Jay to not create a problem with the mask or anything else. So that I don't get in trouble with the FAA. All right, So let's move on to, you know, travel in the age of covert with airlines that went toe, you know, they were started by keeping people at least one seat apart now, not so much on now. There's an Air American Airlines initiative for a health passport. So how does that work exactly? American Airlines is the first airline to adopt this health passport. They're working with Vera fly. It's an app that can show whether or not you've been tested for the coronavirus. And it comes in handy because now that the CDC is saying as of the 26th of this month, if you fly internationally, you're coming back into the United States. You're gonna have to prove that you've had a negative covert test within three days. Of your date of travel, or you have to show documentation that you had the coroner virus you recovered, Okay? And the issue is how do you prove that? Well, this app is in place. Now that will make these these medical testing or records available quickly. So it is you fly. You can show the agents you have, and then you'll be able to board the plate back into the United States. Clusters. Other countries around the world that had that same sort of requirement for entry into their country. And this type of Anak would satisfy those countries. For the most part. Or they could see Okay, you've been tested. It was in three days. No positive tests, You know, come on into the country. You don't have quarantine for 14 days. Alright, And we're gonna see more airlines following suit of this now. The real interesting part is Are we going to see this domestically? Qantas Airlines has already said once the vaccine is out there passengers have been vaccinated will be allowed to fly on certain flights if you've not been vaccinated. They're not gonna let you fly. Oh, if you think you think we're having fun over, you know, mask situations. Wait. So that rules out And when you guys were kidding about Burbank earlier, laughing because they said, you guys may not be too far off. If this type of thing happens domestically, I don't think it will. But I learned a long time ago. And 30 years of doing my aviation reports. You never say never when it comes to the airline industry. Oh, boy, they were at left. Joining us on the Koga news live line once again, J. Always
FAA approves fully automated commercial drone flights
"Faa approved the first ever fully automated commercial drone flight massachusetts company has been granted approval to operate commercial drone flights without a person directing the machine. The approval by the federal aviation administration allows american robotics to operate its scout quad copter unmanned aircraft to hit the skies in rural settings previously. The faa had allowed companies to operate drones beyond the line of sight by operators but a person on the ground at to be nearby company says its drones have technology aboard to avoid birds and other aircraft swallow safeguards to avoid
"us federal aviation administration" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP
"From podcast one coming up in this episode of target USA as investigators. There's look into why. Ukrainian Airlines flight seven fifty two was shot down in Iran on January eighth by Iranian missiles. One serious question rises to the top. Did the crew know that they shouldn't have been flying several hours. Before being you know the The aircraft took off brand launch missiles against bases in Iraq. And as we looked into this incident this is one of the most whilst telling and disturbing developments we found so the pilots would have been sleeping when this happens and when they is very possible that they had no clue that that has happened. In other words the crew of you I a seven fifty two may have been completely in the dark about what was going going on in the air and the danger taking off post we dig deeply into that issue and much much more on this edition. Listen of target. USA National Security podcast from WTO in Washington DC this is is target USA. Russia could render huge arm to this country North Korea's secret missile capable of reaching the whole of the United States. Dangerous Orissa terrorist. DC is repeatedly mentioned. Is someplace they would like to see an attack. Cyber Criminals America has a target on its back and on this program. We investigate the threats. The people behind them the agencies fighting them and the impact on you this is target. USA The national security podcast. I'm Jay Jay Green it it was five. AM in Tehran. At Imam Khomeini International Airport Ukrainian International Airlines flight seven fifty two had been scheduled able to take off at that hour but the fourteen hundred mile flight. Boris Spiel International Airport in Kiev had been delayed by about an hour. You're until six twelve a m four hours before perhaps unknown to passengers on the plane and maybe even the crew Irani Ronnie and missiles it rained down on to military bases in neighbouring Iran housing. US military personnel and contractor better than it is on B.. Ron was responding to the US decision to kill General Qassim Suleyman and we. We saved a lot of lives by terminating. His life a lot of lives of save they were planning something and we had tremendous information. We've been following Pimm for a long time and we followed his path for those three days and they were not good stops. We didn't like where he was stopping. They were not good stops. We saved Aleta lives Mike. Iran had vowed to respond proportionately to state terrorism. This is an active aggression against it all and it amounts to an armed attack against you and we respond Foreign Minister Zarif speaking to CNN eh. And this was the response. Missiles launched at Iraq. DOC But I- Komeini airport in Tehran. There was a dark circle silence that morning the US Federal Aviation Administration Shen had issued three warnings that morning about flying in and around Iraq. Some Airlines had already made adjustments activity at Khomeini. The airport continued almost as normal as seven. Fifty two only recorded about four minutes took flight time. Most of that was spent taxiing in other words. It only spent about two minutes. In the air the Boeing seven thirty-seven eight hundred reached only about eight thousand feet. Before as we know now it was hit by two missiles all one hundred seventy six people on board were killed. The government of Iran has announced that. It's detained several people and set up a special court to look into the downing of Ukrainian International Airlines flight. Seven fifty to a central question short. Come up during the probe is did the the aircrew no. It was dangerous to take off from Iran. The Iraqi military said that on that day twenty two ballistic missiles were fired from Iran between one forty five. Am and two fifteen a. m. local time seventeen of them hit the Assad base and five at Erbil but after a one hour flight. Delay as we've told you you. I A seven fifty two took off from Khomeini airport at six twelve. Am It according to flight tracking statistics. Eighteen other flights took off as well after those missiles were launched. Well yeah good question. Captain House Durban Retired Commercial Airline pilot. Who flew for thirty years from what I gleaned on the news report this grow incident involving the shootdown of that airplane I think it was scheduled for like a five am departure. That would be bright and early and may have been delayed until six o'clock and several hours before being the their craft took off around launch missiles against a basis in Iraq. And as we looked into this incident this is one of the most telling and disturbing developments. We found so the pilots would have been sleeping sleeping when this happens and when they as very possible that they had no clue that that has happened in other words the crew of Ui as seven fifty two may have been completely in the dark about what was going on in the air and the danger taking off imposed on behalf of all company. I offer deem condolences to family. Members of the people who were on board Ukrainian International Airlines finds president. You've Ganey to everybody who is close to them. When you look at the will it was one of our best planes with excellent excellent trustworthy crews putting the shooting need? We decided to cancel all flights to Iran for an indefinite period of time target. USA asked Ukrainian Airlines if it knew whether the crew was ever briefed about the danger. The airline responded saying whilst whilst Ukraine international does not wish to encourage any speculations and further overstrain the media landscape. The airline does not comment on decisions and activities of the officials and authorities for accident details. The airline cannot comment as well until the investigation is finalized is and the findings are officially released. So in the absence of having anything official we went back to captain how Durbin to find out. What the normal all standard operating procedure should have been so when they get to the airport Starting their day they would be checking. They're briefing the condition on the airplane and the weather for their route of flight and also to note hymns would be disseminated in his. That time you might have noticed not referred to something called a note. Them that's notice to airmen and those are typically warnings and what we learned is that in in between Iran's attack and you I seven fifty two taking off the US Federal Aviation Administration issued three notams warning US aircrews not to operate in the over water. Airspace above the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman also in Iran and Iraq doc. And they said this was due to heightened military activities and increased political tensions in the Middle East. It's important to understand and these notices were transmitted internationally in a statement the FAA told target USA quote the FAA routinely shares relevant information mation on potential or emerging risks with our industry and foreign partners and quote however the FAA also pointed out we have have jurisdiction over us. Aircraft carriers only foreign governments have no obligation to follow.
"us federal aviation administration" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"News that can make you it's time for the Bloomberg market me seven hundred W. L. W. futures of their losses after tumbling in the wake of an Iranian missile strike at the American bases in Iraq president Donald Trump said in a tweet that all is well Dow futures are down nineteen nasdaq futures are up eleven as N. P. futures are up five in crude oil is just under sixty three dollars a barrel some airlines are changing their roots in the Middle East after Iran fire those missiles at U. S. Iraqi air bases the US Federal Aviation Administration is also restricting flights over the Persian Gulf Carlos Ghosn has stories to tell in scores to settle when he holds a press conference in Beirut Lebanon today he's expected to argue that his arrest for financial crimes in Japan was part of a plot at Nissan to take him down he's also promised to name some of the Nissan executives responsible for his fall meanwhile Japanese media reports that going almost bumped into prime minister Shinzo Ave at a Tokyo hotel is gone set out on his daring escape Gina Cervidae Bloomberg radio six forty we have a styrofoam delay that's the first I can ever recall in the history of traffic having a styrofoam delay yes Sir yeah I'm with you there right when he got well just watch the emergency trucks pull up they've got the big eros flashy Nero signs on the banks or at least the right lane blocked off this a big sheet solver when are they know it well it may may have been when they first started but in a good crunches are looks like a it's a giant snowballs or something of that sort from what I can tell I need I need them for you to turn the lights on up there Mike all work on that okay thanks but it's key keeping traffic slow on north bend to seventy five from the Milford parkway two twenty eight right like I said that's what that up I'm trying to see with that of the truck is going to do nothing about that looks like they're gonna stay on the right hand.
"us federal aviation administration" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Dave Mattingly. The White House isn't commenting on reports that President Trump came close to launching air strikes against targets in Iran last night in response to Iran shooting down a US drone. Here's NPR's Ruth Sherlock, several news outlets. Report that the operation to strike Iran was underway, and it said he stayed. Ages us night planes and ships were in position when word came from the White House to stand down the US Federal Aviation Administration has banned US carriers from flying in an oval to area of two hon- controlled s base over the strait of moose and the Gulf of Oman. This is the area, what Iran shut down the US droid. Several foreign base carriers, including British Airways, and Germany's Lufthansa say they will follow the FAA, skied insz and redirect flights away from Ronnie, and airspace. A federal judge in Boston is temporarily barring US, immigration and customs enforcement from making arrests in Massachusetts courthouses has Shannon dueling with member station. WB. You are reports the decision as part of a lawsuit alleging undocumented immigrants skipped their court hearings out of fear of being arrested. The decision is seen as a huge victory by immigrant advocates lawyers for the plaintiffs say this is crucial to ensure undocumented immigrants are able to access Justice in the court. It's ice says it respects the decision but we'll be reviewing it. This is NPR news from Washington. No deaths or serious injuries are being reported in Pennsylvania where crews are battling a fire at an oil refinery in the Philadelphia area. It broke out before dawn at the Philadelphia energy solutions, complex, no evacuations have been ordered the cause of the fire is still unknown in Indiana. The archdiocese of Indianapolis says it will no longer recognize a Jesuit high school as Eric Weddell with member station. W F Y reports the school refused to fire a teacher in a same sex marriage, bribe f-, Jesuits principal. Greg van slammed Brooks says the diocese told the school to dismiss a male teacher after.
"us federal aviation administration" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"BBC news with David Allston. American officials say President Trump approved as strikes against Iran on Thursday in retaliation for the shooting down of a US surveillance drone, but later decided not to launch them. The White House has not commented on the reports which I appeared in the New York Times, Iranian radar and missiles systems was set to be among a handful of possible targets the United States has banned all aircraft registered in the US from flying over areas in the Gulf, where Iran is responsible for air traffic control, the US Federal Aviation Administration warned of the risk of misidentification of aircraft in the region protesters. In Hong Kong have surrounded the territory's police headquarters in the latest demonstration against controversial extradition, Bill demanding that cases against those arrested invited in protests last week. Be dropped the north. Korean leader. Kim Jong UN has praised the relationship between his country and its main ally, China of the end of a two-day, visit of president Xi Jinping, Mr. she visited Pyongyang week before he's using, meet President Trump at the twenty summit in Japan. More than five hundred critically endangered. Vultures have been poisoned in Botswana. The government believes the deaths were caused by poachers, who are trying to hide the presence of elephant carcasses on which the birds feed, the president of Georgia, Southern Missouri is really has suggested the Russian agitators behind the violent unrest, that broke out in the capital to see on Thursday night. Angry crowds tried to storm the parliament building after visiting Russian MP set in the speaker's chair commemorations, taking place in Orkney of the Costa Scotland to Mark the scuttling of Germany's first World War. Naval fleet at scupper flow, one hundred years ago. BBC news. Hello. I'm role beyond welcome to business. Daily from the BBC coming up as Facebook gets ready to own digital currency also called stable coins. The feature of money can move twenty four hours a day, seven days a week, instantaneously program ably, and it's not therefore tied.
"us federal aviation administration" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"This is the daily tech news for Wednesday, June twelfth two thousand nineteen in Los Angeles. I'm Tom Merritt from studio feline. I'm Sarah lane Salt Lake City with a case of e three fatigue. I'm Scott Johnson and shows producer Roger Chang. You can't spell fatigue without three at the end. You've been covering three your your recovered at all a little bit. I'm just kinda scatter brained. There's so much information up every year that it takes about a day and a half four tall settle. And I get getting there. I think this show actual helped me kind of blow out the dust, we're. Yeah. We only have one very tiny gaming story in today's episode if you want a good, he three recap, Patrick Beija did one yesterday, a Scott did one on current. Geek, there's also the monthly video game briefing with Patrick, and Scott out there. There's pixels, there's so much so much. It's not here not today. Let's start with few other things you should know. While we consumer business CEO Richard, you told CNBC that the meat book, X, laptop launch is on, hold because it relies on Intel chips and Microsoft software that are restricted for sale to Weiwei by the US. It's the first product cancellation or at least postponement since while way was placed on US entity list prohibiting US firms from supply. And while way without a license, you said that the laptop will not be launched as long as while way remains on this entity lists to buy the things good-looking the US Federal Aviation Administration. Rather are warranted. Uber the right to test drone delivery of food, and San Diego, California. Just in time for Comecon, maybe Uber completed, they test at San Diego.
"us federal aviation administration" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"us federal aviation administration" Discussed on KOMO
"One hundred twelve th street southwest in the silver lake area through Everett all the way to the first exit Marysville next, KOMO traffic, three twenty four and better just to have dinner in town or something. I'm thinking after. Well, I'm sure the rain in the holiday of something to do with it. Here's the forecast showers this afternoon, mostly cloudy overnight, but the rain showers backing off to partly sunny, and then mostly sunny skies tomorrow and Sunday with highs in the sixties this weekend, mostly cloudy, a chance of showers coming back Monday banned in downtown Seattle now fifty four stay connected. Stay informed. Seattle's only twenty four hour news station. Komo news. Good afternoon. I'm Rick van Cise along with Lisa Jaffe and editor Jeremy grater former vice president Joe Biden is about to join the crowded democratic race for president Philadelphia newspaper says Biden is planning to announce his candidacy next week Biden has run twice before in the nineteen eighties and two thousand eight will next week a global team of experts will begin reviewing how the Boeing seven three seven maxes flight control system was approved by the US Federal Aviation Administration as experts from nine International Civil Aviation. Authorities have confirmed participation in that technical review promised by the agency. With the release of the mullahs report, the chair of the house oversight committee Elijah Cummings says his committee will begin a deep dig the president when he makes decisions whether he made making them in the interests of the American people or making an interest of himself and the report didn't settle anything for Democrats. In fact, it's renewing their demands for the full report unredacted.
"us federal aviation administration" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Can add to what is already high workload environment. It's our responsibility to eliminate this risk we own it. And we know how to do the max eight went down minutes after taking off from Addis Ababa killing all one hundred fifty seven aboard another Maxine crash last October in Indonesia. This is NPR news from Washington. A new survey suggests most Canadians want their country's own aviation experts to do safety tests on airliners and not rely on those in the US as Dan carpenter reports. People were pulled after Ottawa announced it would do an independent investigation of the Boeing seven thirty seven max eight the survey was commissioned by C TV news one thousand people were questioned in sixty two percents of the Canadian government should conduct its own independent safety reviews under an international agreement planes are certified in the countries in which they are built the results are not usually question but following two deadly crashes involving the Boeing seven thirty seven eight concerns have been raised in part because of Boeing's relationship with the US Federal Aviation Administration. Boeing regulators say the company needs more time to complete changes to a flight control system, which may have had a role in the two crashes air safety officials in Europe and China have already indicated they will carry out their own reviews for NPR news. Dan carpenter in Toronto. Former vice president Biden will be speaking today in Washington, it's his first public appearance and several women came forward to recount Biden having made them feel uneasy in previous encounters. They include Nevada democratic politician Lucy Florez, she says Biden kissed her on the back of the head backstage at a twenty fourteen campaign event, it's unclear if Biden will address the issue when he speaks to the international brotherhood of electrical workers Biden has yet to say if he plans to enter the race for the twenty twenty democratic presidential nomination. Wall Street futures are on the upside this morning. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington. Support for NPR comes from.
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"To what is already a high workload environment. It's our responsibility to eliminate this risk we own it. And we know how to do it. The max eight went down minutes after taking off from Addis Ababa killing all one hundred fifty seven aboard another Maxine crashed last October and Indonesia, this is NPR news from Washington. A new survey suggests most Canadians want their country's own aviation experts to do safety tests on airliners and not rely on those in the US as Dan carpenter reports. People were pulled after Ottawa announced it would do an independent investigation of the Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight the survey was commissioned by see TV news one thousand people were questioned in sixty two percents of the Canadian government should conduct its own independent safety reviews under an international Riemann planes or certified in the countries in which they are built the results are not usually question but following two deadly crashes involving the Boeing seven thirty-seven max. Eight concerns have been raised in part because of Boeing's relationship with the US Federal Aviation Administration. Boeing and regulators say that company needs more time to complete changes to a flight control system, which may have had a role in the two crashes air safety officials in Europe and China have already indicated they will carry out their own reviews for NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter into interro. Former vice president Biden will be speaking today in Washington, it's his first public appearance and several women came forward to recount Biden having made them feel uneasy in previous encounters. They include Nevada democratic politician Lucy Florez, she says Biden kissed her on the back of the head backstage at twenty fourteen campaign event, it's unclear if Biden will address the issue when he speaks to the international brotherhood of electrical workers Biden has yet to say if he plans to enter the race for the twenty twenty democratic presidential nomination. Wall Street futures are on the upside this morning. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington. Support for NPR comes from.
"us federal aviation administration" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"It's five thirty on Wall Street. Good morning. I'm Nathan Hager. And I'm Karen Moskow. We are just about four hours away from the opening of US trading. Let's get you up to date on the news you need to know at this hour, US futures and European equities are gaining following a mixed session in Asia data overnight show. China's economic slowdown deepened in the first two months of the year. Tom MacKenzie reports from Beijing. China's industrial output slowed most in a decade in January and February retail sales were flat despite Kosta personal income taxes and unemployment jumped to its highest level in two years. China's post. Abetting on fiscal stimulus and ramped up support for the private sector to stabilize the slowdown in Beijing, Tom MacKenzie, Bloomberg daybreak. Thank you, Tom. We have more fallout this morning from the Boeing seven thirty-seven max crash in Ethiopia, Bloomberg's John Tucker joins us live with the latest John. Good morning. Nate the US Federal Aviation Administration is grounded the planes. The booth comes after a satellite data and other new evidence from Sunday's crashed racists petitions about a safety feature in the max implicated in last year's lion. Aircrash in a rebuke to US authorities the flight data and voice recorders were sent to France. And some Boeing customers are threatening to reconsider six hundred billion dollars in seven thirty-seven, max jet orders. John Tucker, Bloomberg daybreak. Right. John. Thank you. We're also following the latest developments on Brexit has a delay seems inevitable. We get more from Bloomberg's Alex Morales in London. You came in parliament is set to vote to delay. Brexit a day after rejecting a departure from the European. Union without an agreement afterwards may won't do make is that unless they approve had Brexit did in the next week. They would face a lengthy delay to Brexit, which would necessitate participating in first European parliament elections in may in London. Alex Morales Bloomberg daybreak. All right, Alex. Thank you back here in the US. We have another loss for Johnson and Johnson over its iconic baby powder. A jury in California says John J will have to pay about twenty nine million dollars to dine woman who blamed as best as tainted towel for causing her cancer. It's Jane Jay's seventh loss shares. A Facebook down more than one and a half percent. In early trading users around the world were unable to access parts of Facebook and Instagram for much of yesterday. And that is the company considering refunds for advertisers. Futures this morning are moving higher. We check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg s and p futures are up three points. Dow futures up thirty three NASDAQ futures up thirteen the Dax in Germany's up four tenths percent ten year treasury down. Three thirty seconds yield two point six three percent. The yield on the two year is two point four six percent. And NYMEX crude oil is up half percent or twenty nine cents to fifty eight fifty four of barrel straight ahead. We have the latest world and national news. And this is Bloomberg. Thank you. It is five thirty three on Wall Street and Michael Barr has more what's going on around the world. Michael..
"us federal aviation administration" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"We are talking Irish stew beef with stout. And some interesting things you can do with the cabbage, Colin Quinn's one man show. Red state blue state was such a big hit was extended another week. You will revisit our conversation about what political divisions mean for us as a country with the man, the New York Times called a, quote, barstool philosopher and WNYC planning editor Kate Hines. We'll be Biden's run down. What the newsroom is covering, and yes, they are on top of the college admission scandal, and we will take your calls about it around twelve forty five. Get ready. I'm Alison Stewart, and we will get to all of it after the news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. Airlines are scrambling to find replacement jets and reschedule passengers now. The President Trump is temporarily grounding Boeing seven thirty seven max eight and nine jets as NPR's Mara Liasson reports both playing models are associated with two recent fatal crashes. The president's announcement comes after Canada and Europe have grounded the planes. The first time the rest of the world refused to follow the advice of the US Federal Aviation Administration about a US made aircraft. The FAA had been saying the planes were safe. But now, the president says grounding, the planes was important to do for psychological reasons. Airlines agreeing with this to safety of the American people at all people is paramount concern, the president says he's hopeful that Boeing the manufacturer of the aircraft can solve the problem quickly. But until they do the planes are grounded Mara Liasson. NPR.
"us federal aviation administration" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Little more treacherous. And from what I hear all the flights are grounded, the roadways have been closed. There's people stranded at the airport people stranded on the roads. Obviously some of the highways have been shut down today. So I it is a treacherous driving. If you get out in the roads like you guys did. And I did for a bid you'll you'll see that. There's not too many people out, there know, a lot of people are smarter than us, and you shouldn't be out there unless you have to because there's no there's no reason for it. Yeah. Especially if your car is not good in this weather. That's the problem is that you get those cars that had the rear wheel drive and then their stock, and then they block traffic, then we should also mention that we were notified that. I seventy now is opened again in both directions. So they've been able to to get I seventy open, but the treacherous driving in the entire metro area yet reading reading a social media today. Some of the weather people were saying this could be the lowest barometric pressure. We've ever experienced in the state of Colorado, which is obviously an epic weather situation. And then there was there was a pilot. I don't know if you saw that flying a seven thirty seven, and he said, the the Rocky Mountain wave at thirty seven thousand feet was so strong it almost stalled out the plane at thirty seven thousand feet. That's that's how how. Oh strong. The jet stream is. Wow. I think they've grounded all the seven thirty sevens now. Yeah, I think they did across the grounded the big ones the eight hundred max Reiss from Boeing at President Trump stepped in today and decided to ground it because I don't I don't think the FAA was going to do it after candidate grounded them. I think they stepped in and said that they're just going to ground all of them. I mean, they've already had to they've already had two planes go down and until you can find out what's going on. And they they also have reports from at least a couple of pilots that you know, a month or so a one was a month or so maybe one the other one a while before that filed reports that they had difficulty flying that plane in the nose of the plane would dip down at certain times until you can find out what's going on with with that plane. I mean, you sure don't want the one hundred sixty plus people thirty thousand feet in the air in it. Absolutely. I've got a good friend that lives here in the neighborhood. That's been a commercial pilot. For decades. And he said outside of the US the pilots. Their training is is quite a bit different. I guess than than what they are here. And he said they rely a lot on just automatic pilot. You know, they just let the computer fly the plane landed plane take off and he said, so they don't have enough experience. When something does happen to take off the autopilot and pull it out of trouble. And so that's probably maybe that's why those two crashes happened. But yeah, I think it's a good idea. They said this is the second time the US Federal Aviation Administration has halted flights of a Boeing plane in six years, it has grounded the seventy seven Chaim lighter in two thousand thirteen because of problems with smoking batteries. Got to get that fixed out. Hey, Rick will let you go. You you probably need to leave in an hour or soda. Morning. Don't you? That that's the thing. Then you know, it would have been three trips going they're coming home, and then going back there again tomorrow morning that seemed like a little sketchy, and maybe a little dumb, and you guys talked out of being dumb for once. So I appreciate you guys steak, you'll stay warm. We'll talk soon. All right, guys. Rick Lewis who joins us four forty six. We're going to get to Glen and Travis, but I.
"us federal aviation administration" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And you're with the world the Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight the airplane that crashed on Sunday in Ethiopia killing everyone on board. It's official grounded in the US. President Trump made that decision this afternoon international pressure had been building with a long list of countries barring the plane from their airspace in the last few days the roles Jason Margolis joins me now in the studio with an update. So what exactly did Trump order today? Well, just this afternoon. President Trump issued an emergency order, and he said that all of these Boeing airplanes were grounded in the United States and the ones that were currently in the air they could finish their flight, obviously. And then they had to come back down. And they were granted. And here's what the president said. And we acted also very fact based and very much working with other countries and with the okay. Okay. So Jason when there is a grounding protocol like this, that's ordered. There's typically a set of guidelines on how to get out of the grounding do we know at this point what's going to happen next. We don't know exactly what is going to happen next because this has happened very few times it happened in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine the FAA grounded all McDonnell Douglas DC ten's after a crash cargo killed almost three hundred people. The investigation found that the problem was actually maintenance issues not aircraft designed and the FAA lifted the prohibition after a month in early two thousand and thirteen Boeing seven eighty seven Dreamliner grounded after it was a problem. With lithium ion batteries that haven't early in the air and about a little under four months later, the their planes were allowed to fly again. So that's all we know. This has happened. Very few times has a very very very good safety record because they don't allow planes to fly until they're proven to be safe. So this is very rare. So we should also note. That is not just the seven thirty seven max eight. It's also the max nine model as well. This recent crash of the max eight that happened in Ethiopia. There was also another seven thirty seven max eight involved in a similar crash in Indonesia last year. How we'll synchronized synchronized is the US Federal Aviation Administration with the rest of the world. Well, every country gets to decide its own protocols. But if one of these airplanes is flying into Canadian airspace or European airspace that can say, no, you can't fly that airplane into our space. So they are synchronized in that account. But if something is going from Boston to Atlanta or Seattle to Milwaukee that is up to the FAA as it would be up to the country. If it's an inter-country flight, so let me just play a segment for all of us have an interview I did earlier today with David Learmont. He's an aviation journalist in the UK and a former pilot, and he was talking about these different philosophies dealing with problems like these technical problems when they crop up. I think it helps to contrast. The way the rest of the world sees America says, hey, we've briefed our pilots extremely well. If a problem does arise we can trust them to deal with it. Now, the rest of the world's not taking that approach is taking approach something like this. It's bit more traditional says, look, we are not going to give our pilots an aeroplane that might have a software fold that. We don't fully understand yet. And then ask our pilots to save us for permits, folks. It's a completely different approach America's well, very American. It's very much can do we've briefed are pilots. They can handle it. So that's a British aviation journalists and former pilot David Learmont their Jason Margolis before the Trump announcement this afternoon Canada had joined the list of countries, a grounding, the seven thirty seven max eight was this a case, do you think of the US just really didn't have a choice in the interest of passenger safety to be one of the last holdouts? Not grounding the plane and how important to this decision to Trump's decision. Do you think is the fact that Boeing is an American company, right? So several US senators were putting pressure on the president and the FAA to ground the planes. So there was mounting pressure. Was it was the resistant or the president resistant because as an American company that is speculation board. I can't tell you this right after the president made his announcement, Boeing stock tanked. So there is a direct correlation between a US company, and what the president says here the wells Jason Margolis. Thanks very much for updating us on the story. You're welcome fast. Moving story..
"us federal aviation administration" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Minister Theresa May's deal for Brexit has been rejected for a second time in the house of Commons. Just seventeen days before the UK is scheduled to leave the EU MP's will get a vote tomorrow. So Wednesday on whether the UK should leave without a deal toll on the twenty ninth of March, which is the date for British withdrawal from the European Union. And if that fails, or if that is rejected the idea of leaving without a deal then on Thursday, they will be able to vote on whether the government should ask the other twenty seven Member States of the European Union for an extension that correspondent, Tim Franks reporting. Consumer reports is calling on airlines and the US Federal Aviation Administration to ground Boeing seven thirty-seven max, eight jets until they finish a thorough safety investigation. It calls on American southwest and other carriers to do what foreign governments and airlines have done in temporarily suspend flights. There have been two crashes involving the airliner over the past five months, Jim Hall. Former chair of the NTSB spoke with the Salem radio network and feels that Boeing has an obligation to safety. I have. All airlines and its CEO. To walk to walk. Aviation safety first, then voluntarily ground, these aircraft until they have a clear understanding of what caused the accident and Indonesian lion air jetliner plunged into the ocean. Just after takeoff killing one hundred eighty nine people in October Sunday's deadly crash in Ethiopia killed one hundred fifty seven a mixed day. On Wall Street is the Dow was down by ninety six points to close at twenty five thousand five fifty four, but the NASDAQ rose thirty three in the SNP advance state more on these stories at townhall dot com. When it comes to your pain. Many of you might be skeptical.
"us federal aviation administration" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Speaking with Salem radio talk show host Mike Gallagher. Specify some of the areas that he would like going to address serious concern over up to certification process for this aircraft. And that some of the steps that would have normally been solid for a new aircraft or not. Particularly as it pertained to training. Consumer reports calling on airlines and the US Federal Aviation Administration to ground the say jets until they finish a thorough safety investigation. But as lawmakers have resoundingly defeated the British Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to exit the European Union the vote two hundred forty two to three ninety one a one hundred forty nine vote loss. Lawmakers will vote over the following two days on whether to leave the EU without an agreement an idea likely to be rejected or to ask the EU to delay. Brexit beyond the scheduled March twenty nine departure date on the other side of the Atlantic by voted fifty four forty five. The Senate has confirmed palm matey to serve on the third circuit court of appeals the confirmation of media advances the president's agenda, and that of GOP leaders in the Senate to replace progressives with more constitutionally minded judges with these confirmation. A federal appeals court is for the first time under President Trump set to flip. A majority of Republican appointees buying new Capitol Hill and on Wall Street stocks mixed before the closing bell. The Dow is down ninety one points. Now, the NASDAQ is a head thirty three more on these stories at townhall dot com. The following is not an actor a real life story from trinity debt management. I was finishing undergrad and.
"us federal aviation administration" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Our platform that offers informed perspectives on a range of global topics and expert, data driven commentary on breaking news. Bloomberg opinion editor Jennifer Ryan is with us from our London bureau, and Jen Tarez Raphael has been covering all the changes in the Brexit debate. So expertly over these last few months, she writes this morning that maze. Latest deal to win concessions from the EU leaves parliament to pick it's poison. So where is may at this point? Well, the position we're at right now is may is just returned to a dramatic last-ditch trip to Strasbourg that you made last night. To get you ficials to sign off on the latest changes to the Brexit agreement. And it's really it's too early to say whether the gambits worked, of course, you'll remember that parliament rejected her deal by two hundred and thirty votes in January. And now they're going to get another chance to approve this evening. What everyone's waiting for now is a legal opinion by attorney general, Geoffrey Cox, which will be a big influence in the whole process. So what changes did may manage to get from the EU? Well, the real focus for lawmakers now is going to be on the joint miss the joint instrument that relates to the withdrawal agreement, and this is where may hope she's going to provide it enough assurance that the UK can't be trapped in what we call the Irish backstop. This is the provision that the keeps the UK in the customs union if other arrangements can't be made to keep the Irish border open. So now the position we're in is that both sides, the EU, and Theresa May say that it would be inconsistent with their obligations for either party to seek to apply the backstop indefinitely. This threat of indefinite. Application is something that was really worrying Brexit. And so the question here is whether may we'll have won them over. There is a curious unilateral statement, and the latest changes, which is that the if the UK considers itself able to walk away from the backsta, even if the U doesn't see it that way. So how are lawmakers likely to read that as we head up to this vote later today? Well, the big thing to look at the decision of the Democratic Unionist Party. This is the small Northern Irish party that gives me her majority in parliament, if the DP rules at the changes do not satisfy their concerns that Northern Ireland could be left cut off from the rest of the country. Then Brexit as in maize on party are likely to abandon the cost to the other way. Is that if the did the P gives it a thumbs up that might just be enough to pull it enough conservative votes. The make can make up a majority with some labor support. And if may suffers another defeat remind us what happens next. Well, there's a couple more votes wanted would be on a withdrawal with no deal in that vote is expected to be defeated on. Wednesday. Another vote on Thursday is on delaying the exit stay and the exit day, and everyone has to remember there that even if there's an approval of that in parliament it requires the unanimous approval of EU members, and it's very unlikely they're going to authorize a rolling cliff edge. So what Raphael's point is that, you know, we're in a position now, we're business investment and consumption, keep falling. And the question is whether lawmakers kidding knowledge was something that most Britons have realized very long time ago that Brexit's really just a game with different categories of losers. But no winners and now parliament's has got to pick it's poison. All right. Let's move on from Brexit to Boeing a growing number of countries. Are grounding seven thirty max eight jets after the airlines crash. David Fickling writes, the fate of the jet could turn on Trump tweet. How so well the big question now is whether the US Federal Aviation Administration will join regulators and other countries in order, a global grounding of the seven thirty seven max eight and Fickling says the answer isn't as clear cut as. Some might think the agency issued a notice Monday, saving it's continued airworthiness to fifty nine operators, but the decision of whether to stand by that is as much a political judgment as a yes, no tech technical assessment. The broader put the broader picture around the world is airline and regulators and other countries have already voted with their feet, China, Indonesia, and Singapore have suspended operations have seven thirty seven max variants. And so all told about a third of three hundred fifty strong global fleet is already out of action. How so how would it? Grounding order work in the US. Well, there's no technical trigger for granting order to judgment call by the department in question. So this is complicated. By the fact that the FAA currently doesn't have a permanent administrator. So US secretary of transportation, Elaine Chao, who's responsible for the agency, her views could probably be decisive, and she seems to be taking a wait and see approach, but Trump could just decide the issue one way or another with a single tweet. All right. Bloomberg opinion editor Jennifer, Ryan, thanks as always you can read more of these and other stories from Bloomberg opinion at. Bloomberg dot com slash opinion on the Bloomberg terminal type Opie. I n go Karen, Nathan, thank you. It.
"us federal aviation administration" Discussed on KCRW
"Good morning. Daily might be different in a world where human stop climate change Silicon Valley engineer's gaming out a future without. Urban world in two thousand fifteen on morning edition. Ethiopian Airlines flight crashed on Sunday was the same type of plane that crashed in Indonesia, I'm David green. And I'm Steve Inskeep. We ask what the fact show. We also examined the president's bid for a border wall. He wants and other eight point six billion dollars. So we bring in one of the Democrats. He must ask also this hour, a human rights activists in Russia faces prison and a journalist considers whether to give birth at home. It's Monday March eleventh Rupert Murdoch whose Fox News channel put Tucker Carlson, and Sean Hannity and primetime is eighty eight years old and the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Wayne Brown. China's civil aviation regulator is banned all commercial use of the Boeing seven thirty-seven max. Eight aircraft by domestic airlines following Sunday's crash of Amax eight in Ethiopia NPR's. Rob Schmitz has the latest from Shanghai. In an official statement. The Civil Aviation Administration of China announced it is banning all commercial use of the aircraft in China until I receive safety confirmations from both the US Federal Aviation Administration and Boeing the regulator halted all use of the seven thirty seven max eight aircraft Sunday impacting at least sixty passenger planes throughout China. The move came the same day anythi opium airlines, seven thirty seven max, eight bound for Nairobi crash minutes after takeoff killing all one hundred and fifty seven people on board. It's the second such aircraft of its kind to crash since October when one flown in Indonesia crash minutes after takeoff a blanket grounding in one of the world's largest travel. Markets is a for. Further blow to Boeing's reputation. Rob Schmitz, NPR news Shanghai. The opium airlines is also grounding planes until further notice President Trump's top economist is dismissing concerns over rising budget deficits is Trump prepares to release his twenty twenty budget today. He's also asking for more money to fund the southern border wall. NPR's Shannon, van Sant reports. The US budget deficit is approaching one trillion dollars, but White House economic adviser. Larry cudlow says there is no reason to worry as long as it remains below five percent of gross domestic product Trump is including in his budget and eight point six billion dollar request for funding for a border wall. Democrats have warned that his proposal will not win congressional passage NPR's. Shannon fan sent a Coast Guard Lieutenant scheduled to appear in court later this morning on charges. He had illegal gun silencers and opioids prosecutors say he also had a list of prominent democ. Kratz in news anchors. He intended to shoot NPR's. Greg fiery has this update win coast guard. Lieutenant Christopher has an appears in US district court outside Washington. A key question is whether the judge will keep him in custody in Hassans first-quarter appearance on February twenty first the judge acknowledged that the gun and drug charges against him. Generally do not result in pretrial detention. But the judge ordered hasn't temporarily detained because prosecutors claimed Hassen wanted to kill the democratic politicians and media figures he'd written on a list has to now faces additional charges of illegally possessing two silencers, but there are still no formal charges suggesting planned attack Greg Murray. NPR news Washington shares were mixed in Asia today. Investors, wait more developments in trade talks between the US and China negotiators from both sides say the talks are making progress. But no formal agreements or details have been released. You are listening. To NPR news. French president Emmanuel Macron is making a forceful pitch to get like minded leaders elected to Europe's lawmaking body as Jake sagana row reports from Paris Macron released a slick new video to make his case. Been over images of flags missing nationalist marchers. And archival footage of the Berlin. Out cities, the French president says just around and you see. See the choice is simple deployment voice voters can either take responsibility. And choose a stronger Europe macaroni says or they can let anti-europe nationalist takeover since becoming president of France in two thousand seventeen mackerel has been positioning himself as Europe's next power leader. In a recent op Ed published in newspapers across the continent. He called for a European renaissance and renewal nocco hopes is Europe-wide campaign will get political allies in other countries elected. So he can build a coalition in European parliament for NPR news. I'm Jay Kesey wrote in Paris. Captain marvel was tops at the weekend box office drawing estimated one hundred fifty three million dollars in the US. It sets a new worldwide Mark for film, directed or co directed by woman and starring Marvel's first female superhero, only the avengers movies Black Panther, captain America's civil war and iron, man. Three have opened better last week's top film. How to train your dragon the hidden world slid to second place while Tyler Perry's Medina family funeral dropped to third place at the box office over.