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02:59 min | 1 year ago

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"Paul Cavalcanti. New Standards on W. N Y C. This bitter Earth current album released by Veronica Swift. Everybody has the right to be wrong, eh? Mm. Everybody has the right to be wrong. At least once. Everybody has the right to be dance like once, like Nothing too small Armies. No disgrace. What set you up? Why slotted with back on your It. It's night. Keep to make believe that you're right. It's not bright, only fools go walking hot and ice. Twice. No, My love kids kept the strife Annual boom get along. All of it takes is simply saying you're wrong when you're wrong. Everybody and he has the right to be wrong. Yeah. Mhm. It's nice. Eat to make believe that you're right. It's not right. Only fools go walking on something. Oh, eyes twice. My life gets kept the stripe in. You'll both get along all did takes is simply saying your own. And you're wrong, Everybody, everybody. Everybody had the right to.

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

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"Speaking to us from Tehran. Thanks, Peter. Thanks, sir. This is w N Y. C. It's all things considered on 93.9 FM and AM a 20 Good evening on my on Levinson and coming up this hour, According to the Brennan Center, one in three election officials feel unsafe because of their job. NPR's Sara McMann McAdam rather speaks to Philadelphia City Commissioner Al Schmidt about the threats he's received. And then later, people addicted to opioids were often dumped in prison during the early decades of the war on drugs and much has changed since then. But discrimination still lingers. That's coming up in just about a minute here on W. N. Y C. This week on our Sunday evening lives show the United States of anxiety how we do democracy locally and nationally as New Yorkers head to the polls. Guest host Ruin. Venugopal speaks with W. N. Y C politics reporter Bridget Bergen and we'll talk with Ari Berman, senior reporter Mother Jones about the attack on voting rights around the country. You can tune into the United States of anxiety Sunday night at six right after all things considered here on W. N. Y C. Reminder. W N Y C is marking Giunti with related content on many of our shows, you can find related programming to Juneteenth. W N.

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03:27 min | 1 year ago

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"As you do a solid of supporting public radio so that you have it, but also as a community minded person, so that it's here. For at least an option on the radio band among the podcast. That's not a commercial vehicle that is a public service at its core mission level. Thank you for considering it If it takes a little walking past reason to pay for something that you could get for free because we're not judging what you know, then IRA makes Ah, funny point when he does that spiel, but thank you for considering it at 888. 376 w N. Y C with that dollar for dollar match about to expire at noon 8883769692 or online at w N y c dot or Bridget? You know, Brian during this last year W nice he's been doing what public media has done for decades. We bring people together to help make sense of the world. You know, we talk about our history and we look to the future. This is the work we've been doing since W in my city was founded its central to our mission as a public radio station, and one factor more than any other makes it possible, and that's your support support from listeners like you. At this moment If you make your supported any level, your match will be matched Dollar for dollar by the gauge foundation. What better moment to do it then now? Number is 8883769692. That's 888376. W N. Y. C If you if you can give, maybe give a little more this time for those who can't we know this has been a difficult time for many people in our community. What we've been able to do is to come together to keep each other informed and to keep each other going. So if you can help w n Y C keep going at this time. Thank you. Thank you so much again. That number 8883769692. 888376 w N. Y C. Just say one final time that if you like that segment with Lisa Napoli, her book is available as a thank you. Gift. Susan, Linda, Nina and Cokie. The extraordinary story of the founding Mothers of NPR. Choose that or the Brian Lehrer Show 10 a.m. to noon. Remote learning mugger see any of the other. Thank you. Gift to W n Y c dot org's Or ask about it when you call 888376 w N Y C 8883769692. All right. I said We're not gonna count this down all the way to noon. And we're not as we have one more segment of the brain there show to do right now. So thank you for considering it. Between now and noon. If you're not already a W N Y C member, or if you'd like to make an extra contribution. Thank you all so much for considering it, Bridget. Thank you for your always great work. I think you're wrong as a guest tomorrow to talk about the mayoral race, right? Yeah, When we're going to know the results, I'll tease it. It's gonna be awhile tomorrow morning with Bridget and Errol Lewis. Thank you for your support listeners matching period in effect till 12. The show continues now. Support for W. N. Y. C comes from Hackensack Meridian, John Sarah Cancer Center, whose cancer program is internationally.

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04:43 min | 2 years ago

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"15 minutes after getting the covert vaccine in case she has an allergic reaction. Oh, my time. A baby. Yes, ma'am. It is okay. The 74 year old who uses a wheelchair isn't in any particular rush, but her nephew is waiting outside and he needs to get to work. Over. I'm really come on. Transportation is a key hold up from any seniors at risk of being left behind in the rush for vaccines at this nonprofit clinic neighborhood health. Some patients have to cancel last minute because a ride falls through. Federally funded clinic is familiar with life's realities. They'll even offered a pick people up if they need it. Unlike many local health departments, neighborhood health is not fending off crowds. They're seeking people out. Barnett lives in public housing, which gathered names of people interested in getting the vaccine. Assigned from logistical challenges, she says. Many of her neighbors are in no rush to get their dose anyway. You know, tell me about taking they say, Oh, no, I'm not gonna take a nothing. What's the reason it usually, Burnett says there's not much of a reason. Her motivation is a sister with kidney disease who died of covert last July. Either down with it are dying without it, so the shot helps take the shot. People of color have made up an outside share of the cases and deaths from Cove it nationwide. And not surprisingly, the same factors driving. Those friends are also complicating the vaccine rollout. Rose Marie, but Sarah received a vaccine invite to this clinic through a local immigrant advocacy group. She's a U. S citizen originally from Colombia. But she says those without documents are nervous. Go over there. I did my name on the people maybe follow me. Donna and undocumented immigrants are among those at highest risk of covert complications. In Tennessee. Many hospitals had only been vaccinating their existing patients. So state leaders took action. They shifted doses from hospitals to clinics and rural pharmacies in the hopes of getting more shots to people of color. And now the Biden administration has announced plans for the federal government to send doses directly to community health centers. Starting next week. Federally funded clinics at least one in every state will divvy up a million doses to start with Dr Marcella Nunes Smith leads the administration's health equity task force. Equity is our North star here. It effort that focuses on direct allocation to the community health centers really is about connecting with those hard to reach populations across the country. Those populations also include people who are homeless and migrant workers. Even with hundreds of community clinics around the country, Neighborhood health CEO Brian Haile says it might not be enough to balance out a health system that tends to favor white patients with means. We know what's required in terms of the labor intensive effort to focus on the population's intimate Divac cynical populations at highest risk. What we have to do is a community is say, we're all going to make this happen. Hale says. Everyone giving vaccines from hospitals to health departments will have to focus more on equity to For NPR news. I'm Blake Farmer in Nashville. This story comes from NPR's partnership with Nashville Public Radio and Kaiser Health News. This is NPR news. Coming up later. On morning edition here on W. N. Y. C. Despite being at risk essential workers, many who work in farming or meatpacking still lack access to Corona virus testing. And farmworker advocates say that doesn't bode well for vaccination outreach. We'll have that story coming up next hour. W. N. Y C will continue to bring you NPR's live coverage of the impeachment trial of former President Trump starting today at noon. House impeachment managers and Trump's lawyers will begin to argue their respective cases, Join us for coverage and analysis or watch a live video stream and w n y c dot orig. Starting today and knew what he seven now mostly sunny skies expected today, heading up to behind near 35 degrees. Tomorrow. Light snow in the morning. Ah, hi. Once again around 35..

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01:33 min | 2 years ago

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"Live with chronic illness during a pandemic. Author Tessa Miller discusses her new book. What doesn't kill you and take your Calls. That's coming up today at noon here on W N. Y C. 29 degrees now expecting a high of 36 this afternoon, with some snow likely in the morning, then that snow mixes with rain in the afternoon. Tonight partly cloudy with a low around 25 degrees. It's 6 30. Support for W. N. Y. C comes from Rothman Orthopedics, offering a wide range of specialties. Their new location is coming soon to 60th and Madison Avenue. Learn more at Rothman and y dot com. W N. Y c independent journalism in the public interest, 93.9 FM and AM a 20 NPR News and the New York conversation. Life from NPR News in Washington. I'm Winter Johnston the Senate impeachment trial of former President Trump gets underway on Capitol Hill today. NPR's Claudia Gonzalez reports. Trump is facing a sole charge of inciting an insurrection following last month's violent attack on the U. S. Capitol building. The trial begins today at 1 P.m. Eastern, with four hours equally divided between the impeachment managers and Trump's defense to argue the constitutionality of the trial. Most Republicans said it was not during an initial vote last month. Now they'll vote on this again.

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01:55 min | 2 years ago

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"On W N. Y C. I'm David first Coming up President Biden has signed a slew of executive orders that worsened and replace Trump Administration orders. In a number of cases. Of course, there's something going back to what existed under the Obama administration. Look at how Biden's flurry of executive action compares with that of other presidents. That's still ahead here on morning edition. W N. Y C supporters include Amazon Studios presenting sound of metal Riz Ahmed Stars is a drummer who is challenged to accept his new world of silence after he abruptly loses his hearing awards eligible available on Prime video leadership funding for W. N. Y. C is provided by the Drome Al Green Foundation, a proud supporter of New York City's major cultural institutions. On the next Brian There show 400 Years of black history five years at a time, Even Mexican D and Keisha blame talk about their new book, 400 Souls or Community History of African America. 16 19 to 2019. It's essays by 80 different contributors, each one taking a five year period. Also New York, New Jersey and the Coded variants. Brian Lehrer Show at 10 A.m. on W N. Y. C. 29 degrees right now. And the National Weather Service is warning about possible dangerous conditions on roads and sidewalks this morning, with temperatures below freezing and because we also saw some overnight snow showers. Untreated surfaces are icy and slippery. So be careful if you're heading out walking or driving this morning. It's going to be mostly cloudy today, going up too high of 36 degrees. Tonight, Sky's gradually becoming clear with a low of 29..

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

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"Featuring teachings and demands that include hiring black teachers and more school counselors instead of security guards. Organizers say there's a heightened awareness of these issues now given the uprisings for racial justice and the ongoing health crisis. Garcia wrote the activity book last summer because I just had a conversation with my five and six year olds about George for being murdered. And I have to write something to kids because kids ask the questions like how did this all start? Started with stories in the story that white people are better than black people, and if we don't ask, how does the start? We can't really ask. How do we stop it? Garcia says. Adults often avoid talking about race with Children, especially young Children. Kids notice. Skin color is babies, and they can internalize racist ideas as toddlers, she says. She wrote the book to help kids and their parents find a vocabulary to confront racism. And when we should kids and tell them that we can't talk about race were telling them that this is how it is. We're not giving them the tools to disrupt white supremacy. She says. That's what black lives matter. Its schools is all about this week this month, and she hopes all year long. Jessica Gold W. N. Y C news It's.

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03:33 min | 2 years ago

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"It comes to the challenges posed by Russia, and this administration is going to take it seriously. That is NPR's Michele Kelemen. Thank you, Michelle. Thank you. It's all things considered on W N Y C. I'm Shawn Carlson. Covert 19 is tearing through New York state prisons More than 2000 incarcerated. People in state prisons have been infected since mid December. 11 have died and the state has no timeline for vaccinating inmates, although city jails and federal prisons have started to do so. One of the largest recent outbreaks occurred at would warn Correctional Facility W. Bush's win. Hogan takes us inside that Sullivan County prison through the story of one man who contracted the virus would burn is a medium security prison. It's just south of the Catskill Mountains. You can see the hills from some of the prison's windows about 700 people are incarcerated here. This is a prepaid collect call from an inmate head. New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision By sorry grand. We had a power failure. This is Frank. He's 57 years old, and he's been in prison for more than two decades. W. N. Y C is withholding his real name because he fears retaliation from the Corrections Department and the parole board. Frank was one of the first people in this prison to catch covert 19. He immediately started documenting. Send a third. 2020. The officer approached me my prison dorm. 56 inmates in this dorm. He informed me that I tested positive for covert 19. Have to hurry and pack up. I started getting like them Almost like an anxiety attack. Frank is diabetic, a condition that makes him more susceptible to severe illness and death from covert 19, and he was scared. He started typing out feverish dispatches to his fiancee. In case he died, he wanted his family to know what had happened. Some inmates in state prisons have access to tablets that let them send limited emails through a secured system. W. N. Y. C asked him to re read some of what he wrote. I cannot see the other men will be locked in just the inmates was fellas across from me through a very small barred window. Which now has Plexi glass In the last month, more than 2000, New York State inmates tested positive for Cove it and were sent into quarantine cells like this one. I'm getting a little hungry now. Trying to ration my personal food. Prison food is horrible. Thank God I have 2.5 across a peanut butter, tuna, fish and some other items, And he was even enjoying the quiet and the view from his cell prisons can be noisy, especially in a dorm with dozens of other men. There were three cats roaming outside my window in the parking lot. Haven't seen cats in 24 years. These cats are huge. Not the beautiful sunrise and sunset, but the virus began to take a toll. December 7th. 1000 and 2010 30 A. M. Had a severe Dr Cross last night. It's quite cold in here. The air is leaking through the window. December 9th 2020 War inmates are being poured into our quarantine unit. This is not good news. Believe Corbett is going to spread like wildfire. At that time on Lee, about eight people at the facility had tested positive for Cove it according to the state's data, It was the start of what will become a major outbreak. 7 13 2027 A M. I have no energy to type. No energy to even.

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01:42 min | 2 years ago

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"Federal land just going to just hurt. We're going to get his hard locally what some states stand to lose if a band takes effect will have that story and more just after news headlines. Tonight partly cloudy. It's gonna be quite chilly, low 26 wind chills in the teens. It's 4 30. W N Y C relies on the monthly donations of sustaining members if you're one of our monthly donors, Thank you. Your ongoing support provides W N Y C with a stable foundation that helps us provide you with the news and information you depend on not a sustainer yet become one today. Go to W N Y C that organ. Click on Donate or call 888376 double U. N. Y C. Support for W. N. Y. C comes from salesforce providing support in today's changing world with sales service and marketing, all on one platform south sports help small businesses connect with customers in new ways more at salesforce dot com slash smb. This is w N. Y. C. 93.9 FM and AM a 20 NPR News and the New York conversation. Live from NPR news. I'm Dwayne Brown. Images of National Guard troops camped in a cold parking garage after being sent to protect Washington, D C is prompted new calls for investigations of the U. S. Capitol Police Force. That agency is already facing allegations and evicted troops sent to help after Capitol police failed to stop pro Trump riders two weeks ago. Here's Senate Republican leader Mitch.

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

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"My pledge this to you? I will be a president for all Americans. Oh, America. I promise you I will fight is hard for those who did not support me. As for those who did Yeah, it was a beautiful sentiment in President Joe Biden's inaugural address, right, promising to fight this hard for those who did not support him. As for those who did What can any president really do both and still deliver what his voters are relying on him for Good evening, everyone from W. N. Y. C in New York. It's America. Are we ready? I'm Brian Lehrer from W. N. Y. C. And as I said before the news, we will be here each Thursday night at this time for the 1st 100 days of the Biden presidency. I'll ask a different question every week and tonight it's America. Are we ready for unity and racial justice? Can President Joe Biden produced both? Here's a little more from the inaugural address? Historic moment, really, in which he becomes the first president to say the words white supremacy in an inauguration speech but also notice at the end of this clip. What he says The solution to it is Try for survival comes from planet itself. Cry that can't be any more desperate or any more clear and now Rise a political extremism, white supremacy, domestic terrorism.

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02:07 min | 2 years ago

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"NPR News. I'm Anna Boiko, Iraq in Seattle. This afternoon. In all things considered, we hear the story of the country are the river. Rather the story of the county and states response to that first case, Tell your smart speaker to play NPR or your member station by name. This is NPR news. And this is morning edition on W. N Y C. I'm David first Coming up. Retired General Lloyd Austin has been nominated for defense secretary and he has plenty of supporters. I'm comforted by the fact that he knows the consequences of conflict. And as we say in the military loyalty goes both up and down. Retired general who served with Austin gives his take on the choice that's coming up in about 15 minutes. W N. Y. C is supported by Hu Lu, presenting the original limited Syria's normal people. Directed by Lenny Abramson. Normal people stars Paul Mescal and Daisy Edgar Jones in a complicated love story awards, eligible and now streaming on who, Lou. The covered 19 vaccine rollout continues across the country smoother in some states than others. We continue checking in with local leaders. We simply don't have enough first those vaccines and it's holding us back. Our ability to get vaccines out to those people who are ready, willing and able Enthusiastic about getting the vaccine. Mayor Lori Lightfoot of Chicago next time on the takeaway weekday afternoons at three on 93.9 FM. W N. Y C will have a full day of live special coverage on Inauguration day beginning tomorrow morning at nine o'clock. And continuing tomorrow through.

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01:33 min | 2 years ago

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"Restrictions requiring everyone arriving in the UK to isolate for up to 10 days and have proof of a negative cove in 19 tests taken within 72 hours. The new rules are in effect until it least February, 15th Uganda has officially announced President Yoweri Miss 70 has won 1/6 term after 35 years in office. The opposition candidate alleges fraud As NPR's Ada Peralta reports from Kampala. The government is cracking down. The government has shut off the Internet. They had sent military into the streets. One person I spoke to just after the Results were announced, told me that President 70 should just do away with elections. Hey says that you know there's no other way to get rid of him, and he hoped that Maybe God can help Uganda. This is NPR. This is W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm Lance Lucky. The driver of a New York City bus that plunged off a bridge has been suspended after refusing a drug and alcohol test. The empty A, says the 55 year old driver had been quote. Withheld from service without pay following Thursday's dramatic crash. His name has not been made public. Seven passengers were injured after part of the articulated bus fell 50 ft onto a highway ramp. The other half remained on the bridge. No other vehicles were involved. The empty A, said the driver has more than 11 years of service and had a good safety record. Hospitals are grappling with dwindling vaccine supplies, and people trying to get them.

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02:38 min | 2 years ago

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"And by the listeners of KQED. From W. N. Y. C in New York. This is on the media. I'm Brooke Gladstone and I'm Bob Garfield is shocking week and a shocking presidency have finally come to an end. But there is shock and there is surprised and come on where we not warned by Trump himself, even if the very dawn of his administration we assembled here today are issuing a new decree to be heard in every city in every four. Foreign capital and in every hall of power. From this day forward, a new vision will govern our land. Many such decrees issued forth often in the form of unlawful executive orders unlawful because no president may flout federal statute or the Constitution merely by declaring his will. That he was unaware or indifferent to those relatively few constraints on presidential power was clear even earlier in his July 2016 acceptance speech for the Republican nomination. Nobody knows the system better than May, which is why I alone can fix it. On. Thus, he envisioned his presidency with the see no evil backing of Republicans in Congress. But ultimately, one might say at long last, the courts and the majority of voters and even finally his congressional lapdogs tired of it. Trump was not vanquished by any deep state or socialist agenda or rigged voting machines, or antifa or even fake news. He and he alone was done in ironically, enough, by his very own weapon of mass obstruction, fear, not fear of the various others whom he has vilified as threats to our democracy. But fear of what his own demagoguery now has unleashed All of us here today do not want to see our election victory stolen by embolden radical left Democrats, which is what they're doing and stolen by the fake news media. That was Wednesday morning. We will never give up. We will never concede it doesn't happen. You don't concede when they step with our country has had enough. We will not take it anymore, and that's what this is all about, and he sent the followers he'd been summoning for weeks down Pennsylvania.

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02:08 min | 2 years ago

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"More protests last night in Kenosha, Wisconsin, over Jacob Blake. Here's NPR's David Schaper, with heavy police and National Guard presence keeping watch a small but loud group of protesters brave the Cold Wisconsin night expressing outrage over the prosecutor's decision. Did not bring criminal charges against the officer who fired seven shots into Jacob Blake last August. Leading the march with the 29 Year olds. Uncle Justin bleed the impact of this verdict. Is gonna have ramifications all over this state and all over this nation, and we will not let it rest until we get justice for Little Jake and all the little Jakes around the nation. The shooting left Jacob Blake partially paralyzed, his family will go to Washington and coming weeks to push for policing reforms. This is NPR. This is W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm David first, with distribution of the new covert vaccines Still proceeding slowly. Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo are sparring over who should be at the front of the line. W on my sees Fred mogul reports. Implausible wants to expand eligibility from only group one, a health care workers and those who live or work in long term residential settings to include group One be essential workers and the elderly. He says. 30% or more of health care workers so far, our vaccine hesitant and if say, you have vaccines for 1000 people and three or 400 of them are not Arabi vaccinated. I don't need 1000 doses for that group. I need to finish that group and go the next group. Cuomo says That's premature because hospitals have only injected half their vaccine allotment. So far, several hospital leaders contacted by W. N Y. C. Say they're confident they can persuade most holdouts to get vaccinated, but that it could be a long and slow process. The New York Times reports. The largest health system in New York will stop suing patients during the pandemic and will rescind legal claims filed last year. This after the paper revealed that North well health had continued to sue more than 2500 patients over unpaid medical debt during the pandemic. With claims averaging $1700 plus interest Governor Cuomo had ordered state run hospitals to stop suing patients over medical debt in March most other.

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

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"Tonight? It eight here on W N. Y C. Marketplace Morning report up next here on W. N. Y. C and later on morning edition. The Trump Administration is slapping new tariffs on certain merchandise coming in from France. What'll happen is basically the same thing that happened with everything gets passed on to the consumer. In this case, it means French handbags and fancy soap are about to get more expensive in the U. S. The taxes are the latest weapons in transatlantic trade disputes involving Internet companies and jet makers. That story coming up in about 15 minutes. Coming up today on all of it with Alison Stewart. A look at how the sports industry can safely was resume in 2021 with Dave's Iran sports editor at the nation who takes your calls that's coming up today at noon on W N. Y. C. 35 degrees now, mostly sunny today getting up too high of 41 degrees. Mm. Yes. There's a significant move in financial markets Key to the Georgia Senate Runoff Results. Marketplace Morning report is supported by progressive insurance offering snapshot, a program that adjusts insurance rates based on safe driving habits. Now that's progressive. Learn more at progressive dot com or 1 800 progressive..

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02:52 min | 2 years ago

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"Is NPR news. You're listening to morning edition here on W. N. Y C. It's currently 37 degrees in New York City. We're looking at mostly cloudy skies today with a high of 42 degrees tonight, a low around the freezing mark. And then tomorrow This says Steady high for our a week continues. We're looking at a higher 42 degrees again tomorrow. 43 on Thursday partly sunny with a high of 41 on Friday, looking ahead to the weekend. Well, it's pretty much continues mostly sunny with high around 40 degrees. This is W when I see it's 6 30. Support for W. N. Y. C comes from the Mount Sinai Hospital voted to Newsweek's world's best specialized hospitals. 2021. They were recognized in all categories, including Number one for cardiology and gastroenterology in New York. Learn more at Mount Sinai dot or g'kar W. N. Y c independent journalism in the public interest, 93.9 FM and AM a 20 NPR News and the New York conversation. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly, who are two Senate runoff elections in Georgia. Today. The results will determine whether Republicans maintain control of the Senate or the majority flips to the Democratic Party. The GOP needs When one of the two run offs to hold on to control Republican incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Leffler are facing off against Democratic challengers Jon Ossoff's and Raphael Warnock. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says about five million people in the U. S have received a covert 19 vaccine. That's a quarter of the 20 million the Trump Administration estimated before the end of 2020. Martha beating her with member station W bur in Boston, says one reason is the time it takes for someone to get vaccinated. Picture your annual flu shot. You could be in and out of there in less than five minutes, But with the Corona virus vaccine, you might spend that five minutes just answering intake questions, and then you may have some questions yourself about the shots. Once you get the shot, you are then monitored for 15 minutes before you leave. In case you have some kind of reaction to covert 19 vaccines are currently being administered nationwide one made by Fizer, the other from Moderna. Britain is under its third cove. In 19 lockdown. Last night, Prime Minister Boris Johnson ordered people to stay home, saying the variant of the virus found in the UK threatens to overwhelm hospitals. This is NPR news. Yeah. And this is W. N. Y. C in New York. It's 6 32. Good morning. I'm David 1st 37 degrees going up to 42. Today, New York is planning to bolster efforts to vaccinate nursing home residents for covert 19. State was relying on a federal program that partnered with Walgreens and CVS to administer doses..

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03:52 min | 2 years ago

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"Before it starts getting complicated, and evidently it will. But I think that we understand how the spirit needs to rise to the occasion, and your love keeps lifting me higher and higher by Jackie Wilson is Fuel in that furnace. For sure, I played Alabama bound by Bobby Darin, a song of the great voluble era in American Entertainment, Willie Nelson and a standard song that Sinatra would have put his stamp on back in the day with his new album. That's Life salutes Sinatra as the previous Volume Did. Willie Nelson knew on W. N. Y. C. And new standards start or with the Benny Goodman Orchestra. Young vocalist Jimmy Rushing Here They are together in the 19 thirties for he ain't got rhythm. You got a river every night here, then How do you know? Not river every night. Hit them that wearing a brown. He attracted some attention on 25 4 dimensions. Buddy got a result. No one went him Bending over his phone. His bank went family me keep giving him dirty and call the eight Dotter of love when they called him up to call him. Where's the dining? Harvey and he and Frank I'll meet with Don. Nobody ain't got rid of him and no one went down, landing down. Mm hmm. You can't pull the wool over my eyes. You can't get away telling those lies young That way. You used to be e got eyes and I can see you've been stepping out on me..

Willie Nelson Sinatra Jackie Wilson Jimmy Rushing Benny Goodman Orchestra Bobby Darin Don Harvey Alabama American Entertainment Frank W. N. Y. C.