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"w. sterile samson" Discussed on KCRW

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01:37 min | 1 year ago

"w. sterile samson" Discussed on KCRW

"India's monthlong government crackdown in Kashmir and peers Lauren for reports from by that other deaths have been reported but this is the first one Indian authorities are knowledge and the family of Oscar are I've made Khan says he was playing cricket when Indian troops opened fire with buckshot but the government says Khan was part of a stone throwing mob he died weeks after suffering injuries to his face and head it's been a month since India revoked cashmere's autonomy and cut off all communications their troops still lined the streets and the internet remains blocked this is NPR news man from KCRW on cherry Glazer it could take a year or even to to determine the cause of a boat fire near the Ventura county coast this week that killed more than thirty people as case here W. sterile Samson reports the national transportation safety board says the fact that the boat is submerged in more than sixty feet of water will make the job tougher the NTSB says test for alcohol given to four crew members all came out negative all five surviving crew members have also been tested for drugs and those results are pending the captain in those four crew members were the only people to make it off the conception alive the seventy five foot scuba diving boat caught fire Labor Day morning about twenty yards from Santa Cruz island trapping the passengers inside the NTSB has been interviewing the crew an NTSB official Jennifer Harman D. says investigators have also been meeting with the victims' families the biggest thing I wanted to get across was how sorry we are for their loss I can't imagine what those families are going through right now it is heartbreaking.

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California boat fire: Crew interviewed, but no more clarity on what caused disaster

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01:02 min | 1 year ago

California boat fire: Crew interviewed, but no more clarity on what caused disaster

"It could take a year or even to to determine the cause of a boat fire near the Ventura county coast this week that killed more than thirty people as case here W. sterile Samson reports the national transportation safety board says the fact that the boat is submerged in more than sixty feet of water will make the job tougher the NTSB says test for alcohol given to four crew members all came out negative all five surviving crew members have also been tested for drugs and those results are pending the captain in those four crew members were the only people to make it off the conception alive the seventy five foot scuba diving boat caught fire Labor Day morning about twenty yards from Santa Cruz island trapping the passengers inside the NTSB has been interviewing the crew an NTSB official Jennifer Harman D. says investigators have also been meeting with the victims' families the biggest thing I wanted to get across was how sorry we are for their loss I can't imagine what those families are going through right now it is heartbreaking

W. Sterile Samson Ntsb Santa Cruz Island Jennifer Harman D. Ventura County Official Seventy Five Foot Twenty Yards Sixty Feet
"w. sterile samson" Discussed on KCRW

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13:12 min | 1 year ago

"w. sterile samson" Discussed on KCRW

"As a new prime minister Britain's Conservative Party named Boris Johnson the man who led the campaign to get written out of the European Union it's morning edition from NPR news in the U. S. violent crime rates remain near historic lows but native women remain at high risk I'm Mitchell Martin I'm Steve Inskeep native women are murdered so often that seven states have established special task forces to investigate also this hour how to Ron's latest acts look to an American who favored engaging Iran how does an announcement by Porter Rico's governor Sandra protester and laugh tracks really do make bad jokes seem funny it's Tuesday July twenty third the singer Michelle Williams is thirty nine years old today the news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman the United kingdom's ruling Conservative Party has picked its new leader Boris Johnson he's not going to become the country's next prime minister and peers Joanna could kisses reports from London Boris Johnson is replacing Theresa may who is resigning may lost favor as she struggled to deliver brexit Johnson has promised remove the UK from the European Union by October thirty first do or die brexit is daunting it destroyed to reason may and has divided the Conservative Party Johnson used the challenge to rally his party under the U. remotely don't to me and I think that we know that we can do it on to the people of this country I trusting in us to do it and we know that we will Johnson has a tough road ahead especially as he negotiates with European Union leaders whom he has long vilified Joanna kisses NPR news London former special counsel Robert Muller will testify before Congress tomorrow NPR's Giles Xander reports the justice department has prepared guidelines for him Robert Muller requested the justice department weigh in as he prepares for his back to back appearances before the house intelligence and judiciary committees in a letter a justice official tells Miller that he should remain within the boundaries of what was publicly released in his report on Russian election interference and that he should stay away from anything covered by executive privilege Miller has already said the report is his testimony NPR's Giles Snyder India is disputing a claim made by president trump at the White House yesterday trump said India's prime minister had asked him to be a mediator over the disputed territory of Kashmir and peers Lauren Frayer reports from Mumbai at a White House meeting with Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan president trump said he would love to be a mediator between India and Pakistan and the issue of Kashmir a Himalayan territory that split between the two countries trump said the Indian prime minister Narendra Modi's had asked him to be such a mediator when they met a few weeks ago but India's foreign minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar told parliament nor sought request has been made by the prime minister the Indian government also said any talks with Pakistan must be bi lateral as in without a mediator and that they can only happen if cross border terrorism stops Lauren Frayer NPR news Mumbai the Associated Press reports that a judge in Porter Rico is issued search warrants for the phones of government officials this is linked to a growing government scandal that has triggered days of protests on the island published texts from governor Ricardo seo panties inner circle have shown demeaning messages about women and others including hurricane survivors demonstrators want or a sale to resign he's refused saying he won't run for reelection next year on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average is up eighty seven points at twenty seven thousand two hundred fifty eight the nasdaq is up fourteen this is NPR and seven oh four I'm cherry Glaser with KCRW news a toxic mix of crude oil and water continues to spell at a chevron facility in Kern county almost one million gallons has now leaked and his case here W. sterile Samson reports chevron is finding an order from state regulators to stop the flow as quickly as possible chevron insists it is taking steps to cut off the flow of oil but the company says it will appeal in order from the state division of oil gas and geothermal resources to take all measures to plug the leak can prevent a recurrence of the releases chevron told state officials yesterday that the order is too vague and that it needs clarity as to what regulators are demanding the two sides are expected to meet today to discuss the incident meanwhile KQED reports the flow has now appeared in two new locations several hundred feet from the damaged well that's believed to be the source of the leak oil has now risen to the surface in five spots at the Simurq oil field which is about thirty five miles west of Bakersfield chevron says that more than nine hundred and seventy thousand gallons of fluid have float to the surface since the leak was detected in may that's a hundred and twenty thousand gallons more than was reported last week about a third of the mixture is believed to be crude oil that would make this the largest oil spill in California since nineteen ninety when a tanker spilled four hundred thousand gallons of crude into the ocean near Huntington beach for KCRW I'm Darryl sat spent Washington governor Jay Inslee is making the rounds in California as he looks to jump start his presidential campaign the democratic candidate held a Q. and a with voters in Pacific palisades last night Insley is calling himself a climate change warrior and says if elected president he would phase out the use of consul coal and fossil fuels across the country by twenty thirty five he told KCRW his message is it specially applicables here my message I'll clean energy is one that I think red I mean it's well in California both because of the disasters California job and also because California is very optimistic into state understands the economic growth potential he also criticized president trump's immigration policy calling it disgraceful well we a full grown to reform or immigration system the most obvious thing in the our gross inhumanity of Donald Trump insulin senses policies resonate with Californians the question is whether that will boost his fundraising and his standing in the polls new numbers show that the university of California's accepted the largest and most diverse class of California students ever for the upcoming fall semester KCRW's Evan George has that story the nine campuses that make up the UC system are opening their doors to seventy one thousand six hundred and fifty five California freshman that's about nine hundred more state residents than last year you see administrators have been under pressure to enroll more Californians as that number has slipped and the admission rate for out of state students has climbed this year the U. sees broke another record when it comes to transfer students the system is welcoming the largest ever class of transfers from California community colleges and as for diversity the new data released by the UC office of the president show that nine hundred ninety one more students come from under represented groups Asian Americans remains the largest ethnic group followed by Latinos and then white and black students in that order it's seven oh seven it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Rachel Martin the United Kingdom has a new prime minister the ruling Conservative Party made the announcement in London this morning therefore I give niches the first Johnson is elected as the leader of the there was a moment it happened and he was doing the kisses is in London watching it all unfold good morning Joanna good morning Rachel so the big announcement came Boris Johnson then addressed the country what did he say so he talked about unifying the Conservative Party he said that he said it's a party that has always known what's best for the country and has delivered it over the past two hundred years and he believes brexit is what's best for the U. K. right now even though Britain is deeply divided over it and and their dire economic warnings about exit exiting the European Union without a deal so you said this morning as we do said he would have he said that he said he would speak Arabs are he said he would a piece in a British newspaper this morning describing the daunting circumstances facing the new prime minister and this was his response well could you this morning and I also wrestled do you look do you feel don't I don't think we audited you remotely don't to me and I think that we know that we can do it on to the people of this country I trusting in us to do it and we know that we will so he sounds like a man who is a very prepared to do this without you what what what he kissed cassette repeatedly is a can do attitude what does he have a mandate I mean we should remember he was selected by a ballot vote within his his own Conservative Party but only a hundred and sixty thousand people in the party voted so is he capable of unifying the country so that's the big question right now and there are concerns that he does not that he's not capable of doing that he's if he's a divisive figure here in Britain a lot of people find his style very off putting they find them on prepare unprepared they find that he makes decisions based on his god and not on the details and this is you know this is an issue brings it in it is it breaks it is an issue that needs to details that need somebody who is interested in process and who's not interested in just the showboating aspect of politics which board Boris Johnsons a tractor say he's more fond of us so yeah that's a big question mark right now SO brexit I mean let's just talk about this for a minute this is D. issue right now this is the problem that defeated to resume it will now undoubtedly VAX to some degree her successor Boris Johnson he claims he's the one to make it happen how much of his hardline approach to Brecht's it had to do with his selection as the new prime minister well you know a Conservative Party members who voted for brag that were really tired of this process taking so long it was just long drawn out in a bewildering and the you know they they just want it to end they want a timetable they want a specific time table they want to know when it's going to happen how what's going to happen and Boris Johnson has said has promised that he's going to do it by October thirty you forget it he he has said we are going to exit the your European Union by the that the U. K.'s going to exit the European Union by October thirty first do or die and that was very appealing to Conservative Party members who are just tired of sort of this never ending brexit story so those who don't like Boris Johnson in the U. K. and also don't like president trump late again Johnson to the American president they're both political showman they're both populace but there are differences as well between the two leaders or not yes the abortion Johnson and we saw this today and the speech he he's known for making very funny highly literate very very smart speeches he's a very politically savvy he's very well rad he went to Britain's top port Britain's top boarding school eaten he went to Oxford university he is a little hot he he is what he is absolutely one of Britain's elite a in he cultivates this everyman image of being chronically under prepared and even bumbling and that's what appeals to to to the to the British he's kind of the closest thing to a celebrity politician here a but at at hard he is a very well educated very privileged and very smart guy and controversial although a long experience in politics the mayor of London and served as the Foreign Secretary under prime minister Theresa may join because as watching all of this in London we appreciate you and I thank you thank you Rachel how do you investigate a crime when the victim lives in two nations at once it is an urgent question for women who are citizens of the United States and also citizens of native nations because native women are being murdered it shocking rates seven states have now set up special task forces to address this problem melody and words of Wyoming public radio is a store that some listeners will find disturbing and it begins with the story of a single crime it's been seven years now since passing boaters found don days body floating in a Wyoming lake but still her dad Gregory day and her aunt Matalin day talk about her laughter she was a crazy crazy crazy in a good way yeah make you laugh you know just that's what she did she always wanted we be happy and Madeline says it was trying to make people happy that kept don from leaving an abusive boyfriend shares a puppy dog syndrome you know like I can fix you I can I can't how you gonna pick somebody that strangles or throws you out of a car that does you.

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