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04:38 min | 6 months ago

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"Live from npr news. I'm shay stevens the. Us senate has voted to proceed with the second impeachment trial of former president. Donald trump in fifty six to forty four vote lawmakers declared that it is legal to try trump after he left office in arguments. Tuesday defense attorney. David sean suggested that the case is a political vendetta. The singular goal of house managers and house leadership in pursuing the impeachment conviction of donald j trump is to use these proceedings disenfranchise. At least seventy four million americans with whom they viscerally disagree and to ensure that neither they nor any other american ever again can cast a vote for donald trump house. Impeachment managers argued that trump tried to disenfranchise millions of voters by inciting insurrection. As congress prepared to certify joe biden's victory the trump could be barred from public office. If he's convicted. The white house is increasing the supply of covid nineteen vaccine starting next week with plans to send doses to community health centers as npr's john newman reports. The biden administration says it is taking steps to ensure that the vaccine distribution process is fair officials. Say vaccines will be sent directly to federally qualified community health centers next week to expand outreach to traditionally underserved communities dr marcela nunez smith chair of the white house's kobe. Nineteen health equity task force says there are more than thirteen hundred community health centers across the country which serve almost thirty million people the centers for disease control and prevention says. It has so far administered more than forty three million doses of covid nineteen vaccines in the country and has delivered almost sixty three million doses a new. Cdc report also says that percentage of adults who say they're willing to get covid nineteen vaccine has increased from thirty eight percent in september to almost fifty percent in december. Genuine npr news. The administration says it will look into the data on the origins of corona virus pandemic. a world health organization team has said it was not likely that the virus came from a lab on china. A theory promoted by the trump administration. More from npr's michele keleman state department spokesperson. Ed price says the jury is still out as to whether china to cooperate with the. Who team we clearly Support this investigation. We recognize. There's an urgent need for an investigation But i wouldn't want to be conclusive yet About any sort of cooperation. That the w may or may not have received from china former secretary of state. Mike pompeo claim there was enormous evidence that the virus leaked from a lab in wuhan price says the biden administration will look at the data in the. Who report and its own information to draw conclusions based on the science. Michelle kellerman npr news. The state department wall street stocks closed mixed with the dow losing nine points. The nasdaq gained. Twenty this is npr news. Authorities are trying to figure out why a gunman killed one person and wounded four others at a medical clinic in the central minnesota town of buffalo. Three of the victims were left in critical condition. A suspect identified as 67-year-old local resident. Paul rick was taken into custody in a set to appear in court on thursday. The motive for the shooting is unclear. Buffalo is located about forty miles north west of minneapolis. Twitter says it did not experience a decline in users app at the social network banned former president trump. npr shannon bond reports at the news is likely to soothe some investors. Who worry that the band would hurt. Twitter's growth twitter says it added more daily users in january than its average over the last four years. See jack dorsey says that shows. The social network is not as dependent on news and politics as some people think platform. That is obviously much larger than anyone topic or anyone account twitter band. Donald trump in january after the attack on the capital for repeatedly breaking its rules. The company says however user growth may slow down this year compared to twenty twenty when lots of people signed on in the early months of the coronavirus pandemic in the final quarter of last year twitter sales and profit got a boost from a recovery in ad spending shannon vans. npr news in after hours trading us futures are higher. Asian shares are mixed lower in tokyo. I'm shay stevens this is. Npr news support for npr comes from npr..

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06:00 min | 1 year ago

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"Latest on the welcome thank you Richard so New York City I mean the site of another weekend of massive protests against police brutality in the name of George Floyd that combined with the pandemic there I mean it is just been a lot explain what's gonna happen today we're expecting to see more new Yorkers to leave their homes to go to work starting today this is the first phase of New York city's economic re opening and like you said this is a really major moment for city that's been faced with two major crises right now yeah it's been the national epicenter of this pandemic and over the past week these gatherings of nonviolent protesters have really highlighted longstanding issues with policing and racial injustice in the city you know there seems to be some momentum building for the protesters especially those calling for the defunding of the New York City police department yesterday mayor bill de Blasio after he announced the end of nightly curfews a day earlier than expected the mayor also said that for upcoming negotiations with the city's budget city officials intend to redirect some funding for the police to use programs and social services in communities of color so there are a lot of moving pieces right now in New York so let's talk about the first phase of new York's re opening what kinds of businesses are gonna be allowed to open their doors today yeah only some industries that seem local officials think in social distance more easily that includes retail manufacturing and construction it's gonna be a real test to see if and how the city can come back to life you know it's the largest most densely populated city in the country and it just emptied out after the outbreak and now the numbers of new cover cases in hospitalizations because of governing team have dropped a lot of workers small business owners who cannot work from home they've been really anxious to make money again and put food on the table pay their bills so it's one thing to say okay we're gonna do this phased reopening and now hundreds of thousands of people can go back to work but I mean that's it's sort of dangerous isn't it just just getting to work there all these precautions with people's commutes there are a lot of risks involved and do you know big thing here in New York is a course public transit which is the lifeblood of the city especially the subway and the number of riders since the outbreak is really plummeted and some essential workers have not had a choice over these past few months and but many people have been avoiding the subway ends question see what they will do now that the city's re opening new Yorkers have to wear face coverings when they're riding the subway but it's very hard if not impossible social distance and employers hope to stagger workshops we'll see if that works out I talked to one small business owner Josie will guard Tayshaun just women's boutique calls always and brook lane at the transition to more online ordering but she told me she's not opening her store anytime soon let's listen which is that I don't think it's worth it you know this government is just more concerned about the economics the money I'd rather than people's health in the city Fishel said they are trying to keep the city safe you know one thing to keep in mind the going back to the protest we're not sure how those gatherings may increase the spread the virus and so the city is urging everyone to get tested so one thing I haven't heard you mention is is the schools right there of course of course closed in places in states around the country where does that leave parents and guardians who have to go back to work now I talked to one small business earlier no at least of BG LH market place she's a single mother of three she's very concerned this push to reopen and I feel like no one is really talking about childcare because I just kind of like what do you expect me to do with my kids and I have been asking around and no one has an answer and I just find that very very confusing because it's the last big piece of the puzzle if for no child care centers and see your friends social workers only for for parents like no at least it's a real big problem right now right NPR's Hansi lo Juan from New York City thank you you're welcome now some people want to join the nationwide protests against racism and police brutality but the risks of the corona virus pandemic keep them from marching one solution caravans from Salt Lake City and Tallahassee to Kentucky and Wisconsin people are demonstrating in cars trucks and mini vans NPR's Camila domonoske heard from protesters during a recent caravan of cars Sudeikis you Grover has taken her six year old to street protests in San Francisco they maintain social distance but her toddlers with an eighteen month old and a two year old they're not following directions that well in this caravan the whole family could pile into the many with signs like Asians for black lives elsewhere in the caravan also recording a protest for NPR was Fran Culp who has medical issues Linda Phan was driving and cheering to her daughter is immuno compromised editor local business owner Erin fair organized as caravan she'd never done that before but she just followed an activist group on Instagram who posted about a zoom call with tips on how to plan a protest she wanted to offer a safer option during this pandemic and after attending protest in downtown San Francisco she also wanted to bring that energy and a quieter neighborhoods like hers to be so close yet lives this is very peaceful kind of unbothered existence was bothering me their plan to seventeen mile loop through San Francisco and inspired by the activist on that soon call she told herself that five or ten cars would be a success a lot more showed up Khloe Jackman's photography.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"van npr" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Take on precedent tips to increase enforcement to curb, it regular migration to include the deployment of his machinate guard throughout Mexico, even priority to it Saudi border. The State Department says asylum seekers will be immediately returned to Mexico to wait for US courts to process, their applications. Both countries of agreed to take further steps if the current measures to stem migration to the US fail. President Trump says, NASA. Should not be talking about returning US astronauts to the moon NPR's Jeff Brumfield reports that Trump's tweet comes as NASA awards, hundreds of millions of dollars in contracts to do just that NASA Sluiter in bishops really got going earlier this year in March vice President Mike Pence made a big announcement. The first woman and the next man on the moon will both be American astronaut and said, the return would come in five years critic, said that scheduled with unrealistic, nevertheless, NASA has been pushing ahead late last month at awarded contracts for peace of a new space station to orbit, the moon and for robotic Landers in his tweet Trump seemed to say the lunar emphasis was misguided quote. We did that fifty years ago. He said, the president tweeted that instead NASA should focus on defense science and the planet Mars Jeff from 'field, NPR news, Washington. The university of Alabama is returning. A record multi-million dollar contribution because the donor advocates a boycott over the state's new abortion van NPR's, Debbie Elliott has the story. The university of Alabama board of trustees voted to return twenty six point five million dollars to Hugh Culverhouse junior of Florida investor and lawyer is name will also be stripped from the law school Culverhouse callin students around the country to boycott the campus after the state banned most abortions at any stage of pregnancy with no exceptions for cases of rape, or incest. Some sixty percent of Alabama students are from out of state university officials say the school had nothing to do with the abortion law, and that there was an ongoing dispute with Culverhouse over how his donation would be used Debbie Elliott NPR news on Wall Street, stocks closed higher after the Labor Department released its jobs report for the month of may. The Dow Jones industrials gained two hundred sixty three points. This is NPR news. Attorneys for former Minneapolis police officer Mohammad, Noor say they are not done fighting for him, nor was sentenced to twelve and a half years in prison for the two thousand seventeen killing of an unarmed woman. He has ninety days to appeal Thirty-three-year-old. Justin, Bruce check Damon had called nine one about nine one, one about a possible crime outside of her home, nor was fired after the shooting, the women's World Cup, kicked off in Paris Friday, with a match between France and South Korea as NPR's Laura Walmsley reports the French team, never slowed down as it began its quest for the Cup, even before the first touch of the ball, the atmosphere and the stadium was electric with forty five thousand fans belting out Lamar says, and cheering on Leib live as the French team is known. It's dominated possession and fired shot after shot at the South Korean goal. France scored just nine minutes into the game and it was a towering wandering are who stole the show at parked at prince with two headers into the goal in the first half the final score was four nil. Over South Korea. Expectations for France are high in the tournament as both the host nation, and as the reigning champs at last summer's men's World Cup the US plays its first match on Tuesday against Thailand, laurel, Walmsley, NPR news, Paris, Brexit. Got the better of British Prime Minister Theresa may who has formerly step down as leader of the conservative party maze. Three years at the helm started after Britain voted to leave the European Union, her mission was about to bring Brexit, but she failed to do so her successor as prime minister is expected to be named July. I'm Shay Stevens NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Richard Hake. Recent acts of anti-semitism have unnerved many in Brooklyn's Jewish orthodox community. But some say that tension is likely less about cultural differences and more about issues in crown heights. If he will believe that they've been fostered kicked out whether it's true or not sometimes they're going to respond in a widowed. His violent a funeral will be held in in Los Angeles for rapper and community activists, nipsy hustle and American media LLC is trying to sell off the National Enquirer. It's Thursday, April eleventh, and this is morning edition on WNYC. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. The founder of WikiLeaks. Julian Assange has been arrested by British police inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London WikiLeaks claims Ecuador illegally withdrew his political asylum. Assange with carried outside by several officers into a waiting van NPR's. Frank Langfitt reports you can't police have arrested Wiki leaks co founder Julian Assange after about seven years living inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London. The Ecuadorian ambassador invited police inside the embassy to serve a warrant. According to police statements, someone took refuge in the embassy to avoid extradition to Sweden over sexual assault case, which has since been dropped he fears being extradited to the US where American officials were furious Wiki leaks for publishing classified military documents regarding the deaths of large numbers of civilians at the hands of US forces in Iraq and Afghanistan NPR's. Frank Langfitt news reports from sedan say the country's longtime. President Omar al-bashir has been forced to step down the country's military. Gary has been promising and announcement sedan state run news agency says that security forces are going to release all political detainees. But it's not clear when tens of thousands of Sudanese. Demonstrators have been calling for his house ter- vice President Mike Pence travels to the US Mexico border today to receive a briefing on asylum seekers from member station. K J Z Z mitchum's SCO reports pencil tore the border fence around the gals at border town that has been among the calmest of the cities along the us Mexico line. No gala has not experienced sheer numbers of asylum seekers seen in places like western ever Zona or the Rio Grande valley of Texas customs and border protection has warned at the situation. In those areas is not sustainable as agents arrested more than ninety thousand people the majority families and children travelling alone last month Pence's visit comes just a day after the homeland security department was left with an acting. -tary following the resignation Sunday of Kirstin Nielsen for NPR.

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02:09 min | 2 years ago

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"And the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. The founder of WikiLeaks. Julian Assange has been arrested by British police inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London WikiLeaks claims Ecuador illegally withdrew his political asylum. Assange with carried outside by several officers into a waiting van NPR's. Frank Langfitt reports you police have arrested Wiki leaks co founder Julian Assange after about seven years living inside the Ecuadoran embassy in London. The Ecuadorian ambassador invited police inside the embassy to serve a warrant. According to police statements, a someone took refuge in the embassy to avoid extradition to Sweden over sexual assault case, which has since been dropped he fears being extradited to the US where American officials were furious Wiki leaks for publishing classified military documents regarding the deaths of large numbers of civilians at the hands of US forces in Iraq and Afghanistan NPR's. Frank Langfitt news reports from Sudan say the country's longtime. President Omar al-bashir has been forced to stay. Step down. The country's military has been promising announcement sedan state run news agency says that security forces are going to release all political detainees. But it's not clear when tens of thousands of Sudanese. Demonstrators have been calling for his ouster. Vice President Mike Pence travels to the US Mexico border today to receive a briefing on asylum seekers from member station K J Z Mitchell. Marie SCO reports pencil tour the border fence around the Gallus, a border town that has been among the calmest of the cities along the US Mexico line Nogales has not experienced sheer numbers of asylum seekers seen in places like western ever Zona or the Rio Grande valley of Texas. Customs border protection has warned at the situation. In those areas is not sustainable as agents arrested more than ninety thousand people the majority families and children travelling alone last month Pence's visit comes just a day after the homeland security department. Was left with an acting secretary following the resignation Sunday of Kirstin Nielsen for NPR.

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NPR News Now

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"van npr" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm korva Coleman officials with the Miami Dade. Police department have raised the death toll from yesterday's pedestrian bridge collapsed near Miami public information officer Alvorada Blerta says that six people have been killed and the all night search through the bridge. Debris is now a recovery effort. They're still working with that. Concrete engineers have told us last night that it's got to be done very carefully not only because of the fact that we have to preserve evidence not only because of the fact that there may be possible victims under there. We have to treat a very delicately, but because for the safety of the rescuers as well, nine people were transported to a local hospital U S officials believe that national security adviser HR McMaster will depart his White House position. They say, his departure shouldn't come for another month or two NPR's. Tom Bowman says that President Trump has previously supported. McMaster Trump has publicly said that he respects H arming master, but the relationship has not been an easy one. Now there was some policy. Differences. HR favored, enduring commitment, Afghanistan. He served there for a time and actually wanted more troops sent over the others in the White House disagreed with that. But there's also personality conflicts here as well. H harming Nassar's is very aggressive. He played rugby at West Point. So we have a sense of that kind of personality relentless. He's also a scholar. He wrote a great book on the Vietnam war, call dereliction of duty. He doesn't suffer fools gladly NPR's Tom Bowman conductor. James LeVine is suing the Metropolitan Opera for breach of contract and defamation. He was fired by the Matt on Monday. After an investigation concluded, he engaged in sexually abusive and harassing conduct, Jeff London reports the lawsuit, which seeks close to six million dollars in damages, says the conductor has quote unequivocally denied any wrongdoing and his dismissal. By general manager, Peter Gill. Was an attempt to quote completely erase his legacy from the organization. The met countered with a harshly worded statements saying, quote, east shocking that Mr. Levin has refused to accept responsibility for his actions and called the suit riddled with untrue. It further states that LeVine refused to be interviewed until the end of the investigation quote. But on impossible terms, asking that the identity of his accusers who had been promised anonymity, be disclosed for NPR news. I'm Jeff London in New York, Russian media site, Russian officials who say, Moscow will retaliate against new sanctions. Russia will increase the number of Americans on its own list of people who may be sanctioned the treasury department slapped new sanctions on nineteen Russians and five Russian entities. Yesterday this is for interfering in US elections, and for cyber attacks on US interests. You're listening to NPR news. Reports from Syria, say that Syrian forces continue to attack the rebel-held enclave of eastern Gupta. The attacks come after tens of thousands of Syrian civilians began to flee the area in a suburb of the capital Damascus. Many are injured, the group. The Syrian observatory for human rights is claiming that a new airstrike on one area in eastern Gupta today has killed twelve people and injured more than one hundred others, the women's division one college basketball tournament starts today with sixteen games on the schedule. Some of the best teams not named Yukon our inaction as NPR's. Tom Goldman reports undefeated and overall number one seed, Connecticut doesn't begin tournament play until Saturday, but there's plenty of good basketball until then one of the opening games features top regional seed Louisville led by high-scoring junior guard, Asia Dir. Another top seed. Notre Dame plays. Cal State Northridge. Notre Dame is one of only two teams to lose to Yukon. By fewer than double digits. This season. Yes, that's considered a Mark of distinction in the era of Connecticut dominance. The Irish are trying to get to their eighth final four. Although the team's been hit hard. This season with multiple players, suffering knee injuries. Several second-seeded teams play today including Oregon Baylor, and defending women's champion, South Carolina, Tunggul van NPR news. The national weather service says that a winter storm is going to drop up to a foot of snow in portions of the northern and central plains today. Some areas may get a quarter of an inch of ice farther east in the high valley. Some areas will receive freezing rain. I'm korva Coleman. NPR news.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

02:43 min | 4 years ago

"van npr" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Nfl quarterback cam newton is in the midst of another controversy newton made a comment to a female football writer on wednesday that's being called sexist by some simply dumb by others and pr is tom goldman pezzo report carolina panthers quarterback cam newton has never been the shy and retiring tie tight he's generated controversy with his if few sieve displays after scoring touchdowns he incurred the wrath of journalists with his sahlin an early exit from a post super bowl interview a couple of years ago then yesterday he had this interaction with jordan rodrigue she's a panthers beat reporter for the charlotte observer raja asked newton about one of his wide receivers mind is really embrace physicality routes and naval eating innings xers is that give you a little bit of an inventor of the people is funny to hear female talk about routes loyd flooded my first reaction were really really like we're so hawking about their student in this way twentyeightyearold visa davidson has been an espn reporter for the past four years an era when women have become more of a given rather than an exception in sports journalism but she says cam newton comment is indicative of a mentality that still exists it's still an anomaly uh don't we are at four men whether it or ashley or at gm's or coaches i just hear women beacon hallaj at ray about court and in this case analytically as well davidson is interview cam newton she likes him she says he's a joking person who doesn't always think before he speaks and davidson says he should know better considering the criticism of newton whose african american for his onfield celebrations and sometimes testy relationship with reporters i think some of those criticisms are racially tinged trial wave after yesterday's press conference jordan rodrigue says she talked a newton and he didn't apologize for the press conference comment rodrigue however did end up apologizing today for some racially insensitive tweets she made a few years ago as for cam newton dannon yogurt which has an endorsement contract with him release the statement saying the company will no longer work with the panthers quarterback when asked if he had planned to punish newton an nfl spokesman said via email it has not find people for saying something stupid the league released a statement saying the comments are just plain wrong and disrespectful and don't reflect the thinking of the league tunggal van npr news.

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02:26 min | 4 years ago

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"The ring was simple before 'cause you still boxing experts say he was a good fighter who mixed technique with the rage outside the ring lamont of lived a rough life but he mellowed with age after boxing he did stand up comedy his longtime fiancee told npr 'lamada was a sweet generous man who despite taking all the brutal punch his stayed mentally sharp to the end of his life tumbled van npr news you're listening to npr news the washington post is reporting that former trump campaign chair paul manafort once offered private briefings on the two thousand sixteen presidential race for russian billionaire considered close to vladimir putin the report cites an email exchange between manafort in an overseas intermediary sent less than two weeks before the republican national convention the post says a source read the emails to a reporter and that there is no evidence in those communications that they billionaire receive the offer record labels are experiencing strong revenue growth from music streaming according to the recording industry association of america but npr's lower side l reports that they are i ate a continues its attack on one streaming source youtube the longterm decline of music industry profits is starting to turn so far this year streaming revenues up by close to 50 percent and revenue hit two and a half billion dollars more than thirty million americans now pay to subscribe to a streaming music service but the industry report singled out youtube for not paying fairly it says an artist would have to stream fifty eight hours of video before generating a singh go dollar to music creators in a written comment the head of the recording industry said that the report shows how much promise there is for the future of the music industry but that there are fundamental inequities that stymied music's full potential laura si dell npr news on wall street stocks closed mixed after the federal reserve announced it will start reducing its bond portfolio next month asian markets are mixed higher in tokyo this is npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include the can be defined supporting individual dignity and sustainable communities through investments in transformative leaders and died b s learn more at k e n d e d a fund dot org and.

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