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To find out more and to download your free reverse mortgage insights guide, go to heartland dot co dot in zen. Be part of the conversation with Marcus lash knights. Thanks to heartland reverse mortgages. Weeknights, 8 to midnight on news talks in P. With a newspapers meet their match, it's hither duke versus Alan dry. If they decide that was a bit of a howler from the ref last night, Ian paid in as a sports writer at the Sydney morning Herald. This is rough, are you guys spitting texts? Suddenly take a stand on time wasting. It was good. I don't know. There's been a lot of strong words. I think it was a kind of a ludicrous moment to take a stand on what is essentially a minor thing. It's a duplicate element drive with Vodafone possessed today at four only on news talks it be. New stocks they'd be ten months per year just coming up to quarter past one, let's go to the phones. We're talking the traditionally low turnout and local body politics ray. Welcome. Hi, Tom, how are you today? Doing good, thanks. Hi, so I live in Auckland. And I think the reason for the low vote and the central one in the elections is I think most people think it doesn't really affect them, they don't really care about. I buy that on a lot of people, I don't think I say what difference the mere will make and study. And it's a really interesting thing in Auckland right now because there's a very clear difference between a face I call Wayne Brown and Craig lord. And the base of the friend says that one of them supports three waters and Coke governance, the other two do not. And what that will mean in relation to rights is 1% of what I'm talking about because I can't potentially say riots going up and what's the other two you might say more of a hardware put on the wider council, however, I think the I think the reason that people aren't engaged in self processes because it's quite difficult to work out how to get information about the candidates, like you can see little bits of places online, but to get to the mirror the bite, so I'm going to tell you, I went to the one that all can university into the one and sent hell years. But I hit about both of these debates through people, I don't remember saying them advertised and think I should go to them. And when you see those three people and person, the other problem I think is, they tell us, like they are of all the candidates who stand. So especially columns as a fantastic speaker here, warm, you can get on board with the audience, it's quite a funny guy. And regardless of whether you agree or disagree with those policies, he's a very good speaker. Wine Brown and a lot of people would agree that he's probably got the most competency coming from up in Northland. But when you hear him speak and no offense at all to anyone who's older, but he kind of sounds like someone's daughter old granddad who decided to stand for me. Just being objective listening to him, Craig lord, again, is a very eloquent speaker. It's almost the audience. Hayes got some strong views. And I'll tell you what, if it does not want the mirror to he'll probably be a really good act. So what can we done about this? As I think that easier for your average person in the city to access information about the candidates and to hear them speak, because in Auckland, the mischievous information is really good about the canvas, the social media fronts and the little sound bites. That given that while we do have a version of regional TV in New Zealand and that's probably most popular in Canterbury, that because we're relatively small country, though, that it's not like we have Merrill debates on TV. Or maybe that's even old fashioned in my thinking, because you have these things online. And for example, there was going to be New Zealand Herald Meryl debate, but Wayne Brown decided he didn't want to have Simon Wilson as the moderator. And pulled out. That's quite frankly fairly embarrassing from Wayne Brown because Simon Wilson, while he has a fierce intellect. You shouldn't be scared of his intellect unless you're scared of answering thoughtful questions. Yeah, I completely agree with that. It would make sense full day to be online by it. So something on TV or perhaps on the radio and all the different angles because to get along to a mirror and what can you tell us kind of rocks from types given to 9 30? It's quite a night on a week night if you've got other stuff to do. And it'll be really interesting to say how many people turn out to buy because there's a very clear difference between the face icons and the other plate. In my opinion, their parties are quite different from you. I agree that there are different policies. And I agree that it's really important to vote. And let's just look at it from an open point. If you're looking at nationwide, wherever you are in the country, in to hear from you as to why voter turnout is so low in local body politics, what can be done about it. Thanks for the call, right? I think it's important to point out that voting in general elections is not as low as we might perceive it to be. Generally speaking, given it as often talked about that's human nature to assume that all things that we care about are getting worse and that's not true. That turnout in the general election has actually increased. In the last few elections. So when it got down to 74% in 2011, I think that was cause for real concern because back in 1981, over 91% of us voted in the general election. So that was down to just 74% in 2011. It went up in 2014 and went up again in 2017. And in the last election, it was over 82%. So general election, we still care. Local body politics, unfortunately, it seems like we don't.
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"wayne brown" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Live from NPR news I am to Wayne Brown in the face of Russian aggression on the border of Ukraine The Pentagon is put up to 8500 U.S. troops on heightened alert today as tensions rise between Russia and the west over concerns that Moscow is planning to invade Ukraine NATO secretary general Jan's Stoltenberg says allies are already sending military assets closer to Ukraine in response to Russia's troop buildup We are considering to further enhance our presence in eastern part of the lines This could include the deployment of additional NATO battle groups These deployments are proportionate and in line with our international commitments The Pentagon says no final decisions have been made about U.S. troops but says the military stands ready to deploy if NATO decides to activate its response force The military in the West African country of Burkina Faso says it has seized power in PR's eighter Peralta tells us the military took over the presidential palace and the state broadcaster A group of military men led by a young captain announced the coup on national TV Security there The military said it was seizing power because of quote the deteriorating security situation In a statement the military said it was suspending the constitution and ousting the president and parliament the African continent has seen a spate of military coups recently military leaders have taken power in Sudan Chad Guinea and Mali the military in Burkina Faso said some political leaders were detained Neither the whereabouts nor the condition of president rock cabore were immediately clear April in PR news Cape Town Stocks rallied late to finish higher on Wall Street today the Dow gained 99 points up about a quarter of a percent This is NPR news From W ABE news in Atlanta good afternoon I'm Jim bera It's 5 32 Atlanta police say a 6 month old child in northwest Atlanta has died from a gunshot wound It happened along Anderson avenue around three this afternoon That's near Anderson park APD chief Rodney Bryant says the child was pronounced dead at Grady memorial hospital and the child was caught in the crossfire of a drive by shooting Fulton county superior court is approving district attorney phony Willis requests for a special grand jury and her office's investigate former president Donald Trump's efforts to allegedly interfere in Georgia's 2020 election results The panel is set to begin its work in May Sam greenglass has more District attorney thani Willis has already been investigating attempts by Trump and his allies to overturn Georgia's vote count Last January Trump called Georgia's Secretary of State Brad raffensperger and asked him to quote find 11,780 votes Even though Joe Biden won Georgia raffensperger refused He is also declined to talk with investigators so far A special grand jury gives the DA subpoena power and while they can recommend criminal charges when the investigation concludes special grand juries do not issue indictments Sam greenglass WAB news Two Georgia towns and one county are the first in the country to challenge the U.S. Census Bureau's total population numbers for their municipalities Chester which is in South Georgia glenville near Savannah and white county in the north Georgia mountains all say they have more people living there than since its reported Since its numbers determine congressional representation and federal funding for many small towns and inaccurate account would mean slashing local budgets You can find more local news on our new website at W ABE dot org This is W ABE news On the next city.
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"wayne brown" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Four 30 Live from NPR news and Culver City California to Wayne Brown Americans across the country are stepping up to help after last week's tornadoes ravaged the south and Midwest killing at least 90 people and displacing hundreds some volunteers are removing broken tree limbs from the ground while others are preparing hot meals and shelters for those who now have nowhere to turn Kentucky was one of the hardest hit regions in governor Andy beshear says the federal response from the Biden administration in fema has been amazing We've already got 5500 registrations in the system And I can't believe this but they've already made payments from fema We've got at least $550,000 that have gone out the door We're on day 6 There will be millions that go out the door but it is incredible Kentucky families displaced by the storm are living in campgrounds and shelters the governor says efforts are underway to provide some Christmas comfort to children displaced by the storm President Biden signed legislation today that increases the nation's debt ceiling in PR's Windsor Johnson tells us it raises the government's borrowing limit by two and a half $1 trillion The final passage of the legislation came early Wednesday the deadline that treasury secretary Janet Yellen had set to avoid what could have been the first ever U.S. default Yellen also warned that the U.S. would fall into a recession if the government failed to make its debt payments Negotiations between Republicans and Democrats had dragged on for months over how to raise the nation's debt ceiling The two sides eventually approve legislation last week that established a one time process to fast track the measure through the Senate by protecting it from a Republican filibuster Windsor Johnston NPR news Socks finished lower on Wall Street with tech shares leading the way down as investors consider the fed's plan to fight rising inflation This is NPR From W ABE news in Atlanta good afternoon I'm Jim bertz It's four 32 A $5 billion electric vehicle plan is coming to Georgia Rivian automotive will build its new battery and assembly planned about an hour east of Atlanta The company says it will employ 7500 people Governor Brian Kemp made the announcement this afternoon at the state capitol.
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"wayne brown" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"To all the latins and to make our city government more responsive to people needs and people problems The legacy of Maynard Jackson tomorrow at one here on 90.1 WAB Live from NPR news and Culver City California to Wayne Brown Scientists are trying to determine if fully vaccinated people will be protected against the new omicron coronavirus variant in Piero's Allison Aubrey reports drug companies are already working on a booster that would target the new variant Scientists will take plasma from vaccinated people and see if antibodies in the blood can neutralize or fend off the new variant former FDA commissioner Scott gottlieb who's on the board of Pfizer says people working on the vaccine think vaccination will likely offer some protection They have a pretty good degree of confidence that a boosted vaccine So three full doses of vaccine is gonna be fairly protective against this new variant Has lots of mutations that could complicate this so there's uncertainty but vaccine makers are also working on developing an omicron specific booster if it turns out that one is needed Alice and Aubrey and PR news In India lawmakers voted today to repeal three agriculture laws that sought to deregulate the farm sector those laws have triggered year long protests by tens of thousands of farmers who have been capping out on highways near the capital New Delhi Has more Many farmers protesting near the capital started leaving earlier this month after prime minister Narendra Modi promised to scrap the farm laws But some have vowed to continue their protest and make more demands both houses of parliament voted unanimously to repeal the laws but opposition lawmakers are upset they weren't allowed to have a discussion in parliament Farmer say the controversial laws would leave them with little bargaining power against big private purchasers of their rice and wheat Many elderly growers and women farmers have braved extreme weather in a second wave of coronavirus infections in an effort to get that government to repeal those laws Stocks finished higher on Wall Street today the Dow gained 236 points You are listening to NPR news From W ABE news in Atlanta good afternoon I'm Jim burris It's four 32 The Home Depot is set to hold a virtual corporate career day tomorrow It's the first time the Atlanta based retail giant has put on such an event but it's not the only one trying to stand out in a really competitive labor market and as WA bees are meal Moffett reports One of the most important things workers are looking for is flexibility Among the most prized job candidates Home Depot is.
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"wayne brown" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"The news is next Live from NPR news and Culver City California into Wayne Brown On Capitol Hill a Senate subcommittee is putting social media executives from SnapChat TikTok and YouTube on notice over the platform's potential harm to children the panel is widening its focus to examine other tech platforms after a highly charged hearing with a former Facebook data scientist who testified that internal company research showed Facebook's Instagram photo sharing service appears to seriously harm some teens despite denials from the social network Here's senator Amy Klobuchar I don't think parents are going to stand by while our kids and our democracy become collateral damage to a profit game The social media executives tried to distance themselves from Facebook saying they focus on age appropriate experiences the panel got lukewarm support for legislation to protect children on social media Florida's recently appointed Surgeon General is an apologizing today for refusing a request to wear a face mask at a meeting with a state senator diagnosed with breast cancer in PR's Greg Allen has the story Like governor desantis doctor Joseph ladoux questions the effectiveness of lockdowns and opposes vaccine mandates as well as face mask mandates In preparation for confirmation hearings he scheduled a meeting with state senator Tina polsky in her office Who was diagnosed with stage one breast cancer and was preparing to receive radiation therapy asked to wear a face mask He refused and she asked him to leave Florida Senate president called ladipo's refusal disappointing and unprofessional In a statement says he quote would never knowingly be disrespectful but that he can't communicate effectively when half of my face is covered Greg Allen and PR news Miami Stocks finished on the upside though modestly today the Dow added 15 points This is NPR If I'm W AB E News in Atlanta good afternoon I'm Jim burris her time is four 32 A preliminary report out today on last month's Amtrak trained derailment in Montana provides no information about its cause The report finds the train's emergency brakes were activated The westbound empire builder was carrying 154 people when it derailed on September 25th near Joplin Montana 44 passengers were taken to local hospitals with injuries three died including a husband and wife from coastal Georgia who were celebrating their anniversary Amtrak estimates the damage and more than $22 million Atlanta NAACP president Richard rose says he is sorry and that he made a mistake when he renounced kasim Reed's run for mayor The move didn't sit well with the national leadership who warned rose to retract his harsh criticism of Reed or loses job Rose was a guest on morning edition and took full responsibility for his actions It was a mistake for me to issue that assessment of mister Reed coming from the Atlanta NAACP on NWA stationary led ahead That was a mistake Should have come from me as a private citizen a resident of Atlanta that should have been my statement Well rose did send that out on letterhead from the local chapter He proclaimed voters quote can and must do better than elect kaseem Reed again Soon after the national NAC leadership reiterated its role as a nonpartisan institution called on rose to take it back In response former mayor kasim Reed tells W ABE that he is grateful for the response by the national NAACP I.
WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"wayne brown" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"NFL players converted part of their base salary to a signing bonus to give their teams flexibility under the salary cap. Dak Prescott was among them, which frees up about $5 million of space for the Cowboys. Latavius Murray, though Apparently was not. As according to reports he was asked, take a pay cut by the Saints and barked and as a result, he has reportedly been released. Wayne Brown and the Seahawks reportedly agreed to a restructured deal where the guarantee $12 million for the upcoming season. Former Patriot and USC. Great Sam Sam Cunningham has died at the age of 71. The cause is not known Cunningham all American for the Trojans, leading them to the national championship, perhaps his greatest legacy, though to college football, his performance in 1970 against Alabama that led to the integration of football in the South. He spent 10 season New England. And it's still the Patriots all time leading Russia. Baseball tonight in New York. The Yankees have lost their last three and are trailing the Blue Jays 31 in the bottom of the fourth. Boston just a half game back for that top wild card spot. Trails Tampa Bay Big 6 to 1 in the top of the fifth. Nelson Cruz is 29th home run Mike Zunino with his 28 elsewhere today, top of the seventh Minnesota in front of Cleveland to nothing. Bottom five. It's Baltimore with a 62 lead over Kansas City. Seattle and Houston are underway and scoreless in the bottom half of the second inning in the National League tonight. Washington and Atlanta right now, on the top of the fourth, and the Braves after falling behind early have come back and lead it by a score. 4 to 1, Adam Duvall home run number 32 Peter Alonso, His 31st Medicine Marlins are tied at four in the bottom of the fourth Bottom three. No score, Philadelphia, Milwaukee and also right now the Reds lead.
Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"wayne brown" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"All know in the SEC. Usually money does not. Get in the way when it comes to making a coaching, search our coaching change. I'm going to say that this will be it for Ed Orgeron. I'm not saying it's fair. Think, though this is going to be the last year mentors you're on with the L S U tigers because a lot of people think it was the product of others Why they won that national championship. So you say, Coach I will be fight at the end of the season. I go on sides. Zack, help show CBS Sports Radio will take a time out. And when we do return, we'll look at some of the biggest storylines from college football over the weekend. First up the latest CBS Sports Radio Update Here is Rich Ackerman. CBS wants Sports flag. A handful of NFL players converted part of their base salary to a signing bonus to give their teams flexibility under the salary cap. Dak Prescott was among them, which frees up about $5 million of space for the Cowboys. Latavius Murray, though Apparently was not. As according to reports he was asked to take a pay cut by the Saints and barked and as a result, he has reportedly been released. Wayne Brown and the Seahawks reportedly agreed to a restructured deal where the guarantee $12 million for the upcoming season. Former Patriot and USC. Great Sam Sam Cunningham has died at the age of 71. The cause is not known Cunningham on all American for the Trojans, leading them to the national championship, perhaps his greatest legacy, though, to college football, his performance in 1970 against Alabama that led to the integration of football in the South. He spent 10 season New England. And it's still the Patriots all time leading Russia. Baseball tonight in New York. The Yankees have lost their last three and are trailing the Blue Jays. 3 to 1 in the bottom of the fourth. Boston just a half game back for that top wild card spot. Trails Tampa Bay Big 6 to 1 in the top of the fifth. Nelson Cruz is 29th home run Mike Zunino with his 28 elsewhere today, top of the seventh Minnesota in front of Cleveland to nothing. Bottom five. It's Baltimore with a 62 lead over Kansas City. Seattle and Houston are underway and scoreless in the bottom half of the second inning in the National League tonight. Washington and Atlanta right now, on the top of the fourth, and the Braves, after falling behind early have come back and lead it by a score of 4 to 1. Adam Duvall home run number 32 Peter Alonso, his 31st medicine Marlins are tied at four in the bottom of the fourth Bottom three. No score, Philadelphia, Milwaukee and also right now the Reds lead the Cubs to one.
Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod
"wayne brown" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod
"Seventeen point five million salary. Cap is up but man. Oh man this man has less. Interceptions convince will fork. And jason pierrepont. Did we mention jason pierre. Paul has remnants of a hand. But you know. I rag on the seahawks a lot so i have to listen to the fans when they say well. That's not as role. He's a blitzer. He's a captain. He's a best. Adams is one of the first divas. I feel like to have a down year and still get that deal down here in nine and a half. I feel like he. He was exposed a lot like ataman. He was injured early on. Yeah injuries felt like my point. Is if felt like you know when you have a contract year. People know he either had his contractor or he didn't do so on his contract it felt like the latter but he's still got his big paid and then like i to go on that far off season with no deal done. It felt like he wasn't going to be satisfied but he gets his eighteen year and seattle now is Third forty s. I don't know. I mean yeah what what better way to. Gm a team than when russell's blindside needs to get paid wayne brown. Let's pay the box safety. You know what fuck it. Who's chris carson. You want twenty million. Let's start paying running backs i get. I get what you're saying about the whole Like he had a down year but still got the deal. The second that that trade was made for him to the jets and seattle traded two first round picks for him. That's when jamal adams got all the leverage in the world somebody was going to pay him in general and dare. I say the jets did something good. The jets did. That's one that you know. What the last two big names out of new york. The jets and the giants won the trades. Oh bj and now jamal adams why stop the ball there. Twee talk about my sure saying the sport. But if you'd like to. I would have a glad i mean you. You did win the kristaps porzingis trade. I can't say you wanted him out. Outrun tragically. but who do we had. I don't even know who are draft. Pick would two miles mcbride. Who cares christopher south socks but Yeah jamal adams and the seahawks not not my favorite deal but to your point like what else were they gonna do. They weren't gonna sit. Look if you save two and a half million you're going to be able to sign like a smaller vet so it might be worth it to just pam but we'll see the injury stuff is weird. He's like never really platina. I didn't love it and it is. It's like. I'm not huge jamal fan. I liked him early on in them. He gives me antonio and levian vibes like just. I think that's a little much. But i've i've actually put together a little theory. I'm starting to think that in the nfl and granted that my theory is based off running back so maybe people are starting to learn but in the nfl. We don't see them as much as we used to. But you know how we used to go into training camps and there would be these infamous holdouts for deals. I'm starting to realize those holdouts never worked for the player ever todd. Gurley held out is a free agent right now. lay on. Bell is a free agent right now. Jamal adams got his bag but they traded two first round picks for like these like it is hard to bet on yourself in the nfl given how much injuries play a factor because in the nba. If you're superstar geared to superstar elite league and one guy can affect the only one position that can affect is quarterback..
Sekeres & Price Show
"wayne brown" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show
"They didn't think coming into this off. Season guys people in the building here at the seahawks thought. This would be for duane brown who turns thirty six this month. This is the final year of his contract made tens and tens of millions of dollars over his pro bowl career he would ride it out and ended on a on the end of his contract and end here in seattle and then retired thirty six and then he tells them this spring right after. They drafted stone foresight to be under study. You said you know what. I wanna play again and i wanna place guys. I want a new contract and they weren't planning on that so now. They have to restructure their thoughts on twenty twenty one. Quandary digs is contract ends after this season met catch contract and suddenly after next season bobby. Wagner's contract ends again after next season and some guy named russell wilson's contents and twenty twenty. Three they can't just say oh we gotta gago sign got adam sign. We gotta go sign wayne brown and get him on the field. They can't do that without can't do that. In a vacuum may have to think about what they're planning and had already planned for in twenty twenty two twenty three hundred so far. It hasn't been playing brown so that to me. Although i think you're right matt it's not as important. The adams is an important the twenty twenty one season as brown as it was easier to do because it was planned for. It's harder for the dwayne brown contract to get done at the numbers. He probably wants because they weren't planning for this and the cost. They weren't counting on. How crazies it to offer multiple years to duane brown at that age and are there any alternatives for this year because of course it is paramount to protect russell wilson. Do they have any last minute. Here are not many quality free agents still hanging around. Obviously at this point are the disgruntled players elsewhere in league that could become trade targets for the seahawks. What are their options here. Well every year they may be some options that come up at the end of the training camp. The last cuts preseason because every year there are some salary cap casualties that you didn't expect that turns and thinking trent williams washington situated come to the forty niners left tackle. They can't happen but it's not. You can't count on that and in house. They have demarco jones. He got back on the field. Today's fifth round pick from ohio state was the highest states left tackle for years. That's what they drafted him to be. He's gonna play if he can get through these practices after being injured last two weeks. He'll play saturday night in the preseason game against denver that might increase chances of wilson plan..
"wayne brown" Discussed on Nickel Package
"Come true and now it's time for dinks and dunks. I'm getting paid for this right. I'm gonna go pretty rapid fire question number one should the seahawks extend wayne brown. Yes you have to extend him because you have to keep us happy whether it makes sense like from a salary cap situation are a football plane situation because he is getting older. I'm signing him no matter what because if you don't what is russ say to that. And what does he do. You also awesome. I know he's old. And i know you shouldn't give extension to dudes like what is he like thirty six or something. But like he's he has sustained such a high level of play that like he does feel like the andrew whitworth got type you know. And by the way he brings nine andrew whitworth in past Amongst tackles trent williams. Who's getting up there. And he's still very good and he was a guy that relied on athleticism like he's. He was good technique wise but he was like a freak athlete at the beginning career in his game. Hasn't fallen off either. So i think at that position. You can afford that risk. Yeah actually if it means keeping your franchise quarterback happy okay outside of the box. Let's say all this stuff all the stuff we've been talking about. That could go wrong with the bucks happens. Who's more likely to win the nfc. The rams are the packers. I'm gonna take the packers. I've been kind of low on the ranch this off season i think. Nfc west so that hurts. That's another good point. I i really think that losing staley is going to matter. More than people think. I know that donald in ramsey are the two probably the two best defensive players in the league maybe the best offensive players of the last five years but i just think it it was going to take a step back anyway. Like statistically there's gonna be regression what they did with that scheme on early downs. I think it allowed them to do stuff on third third down. And i don't i don't know if they're going to get to that point where they're going to be able to get that creative on third down and that's really where they shine like their third down efficiency was out of this world. Don't think they're to be able to have those favorable down in distances again. Fair question three are gonna watch bachelor in paradise had. Did you see the preview watching it. Did you see like. I'm actually hyped for because we didn't get it last year right and they were like a historic bachelor in paradise. It's been two years. Can't wait the one. The one snippet that has me excited was who is the guy that dressed up as the cat. in this past forgot his name ari. Yeah he's like drunk on the couch and singing the almost paradise song. I don't know if i could sing it on here because you might get sued. But he's like singing the theme song to the show drunk on a on a couch. And i really want to see how that happens. Some did you see Beca the bachelorette is going on. I was surprised by that. Didn't see that in the carts her did she leave the the problematic i d- they broke up a while ago. Catch up Kyle shanahan speaking bachelor. I made a joke about this. God someone told me. Stop referencing your own tweets on your own podcast. But it's relevant kyle. Shanahan said that trey lance. He's like a like. I could see him playing like he's going to play and it to me reminded me of like the bachelor when they say i could see myself falling in love with you. I'm falling in love with you. And that sort of progression right okay. So now the latest is that trey like might be used in some packages. Do you think that stupid like does that ever work. I was thinking maximum. No it's never work remember. What the ravens lamar. And it was just like so awkward whenever he was on the field goals. Like what are they doing. It doesn't work all that well with tastes hill. Either and he's like the guy right. He's like the guy you point to you and be like that's the motto. We're going after no. Just let him play this play. And i feel like i'm falling in love with you thing was like a big deal on this season. So maybe kyle was watching you. Pick up some. Wasn't it bigger this season it has been man has like i made a role for myself. I'm going to wait. Until the finale say i love yemi starting okay team. Great or team gregor katie. If you wanna find out you can check on my appearance on the vile files where i broke down the finale with nick vile check it out. I tunes all right last question as always comes from lenny lane knows you for the panthers. He wants to know if it would hurt more if justin feels or teddy bridgewater outperforms. You're starting quarterback. Oh i'm already ready for both of those things that happen to hurt more. If sam darnold was good so messed up. I don't want optimism about this team ever again..
Biden says he plans to run for reelection in 2024
"Toe Wayne Brown. In his first formal news conference today, President Biden defended his administration's handling of immigration challenges along the Southwest border. He announced a new 100 Day vaccination goal and said he expects to run for reelection in 2024. But as NPR's Tamara Keith tells us by an also left himself some wiggle room on the reelection question. President Biden hasn't declared that he's running for reelection or set up a campaign committee. And admittedly, it is quite early yet. But there has been a question about whether he ever intended to run for a second term, and his first press conference created an opportunity to ask and answer is yes, my plan is to run for re election. That's my expectation, and he said he expects Vice President Harris would be his running. Made on more pressing matters. Biden doubled the covert 19 vaccination goal, he said before his inauguration. He said his administration now aims to have 200 million vaccine doses administered by his 1/100 Day in office. At the current average of about 2.5 million doses a day. That goal
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"It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Mary Louise Kelly. And I'm Audie Cornish, coming up a new podcast about the singer Selena and how her influence indoors 25 years after she was killed, she was the first person I witnessed who embodied these two parts of myself, and she did it with such grace. Now news Live from NPR news. I'm toe Wayne Brown. President Biden says he'll sign an executive order to increase the number of refugees admitted into the United States. Speaking at the State Department, Biden pledged to increase the admissions Capa's We hear from NPR's Franco or Dona as president. Biden says. The world faces a crisis of 80 million displaced people. For decades, he says. Moral leadership on refugee issues was a point of bipartisan consensus. We shine the light of lamp, um of liberty on a fresh people. We offered safe havens for those fleeing violence or persecution. In our example pushed other nations. Open wide their doors as well. But the Trump administration drastically cut the number of refugees allowed to enter the United States. Biden says it will take time to reverse those changes. He said the United States will begin the process with an eventual goal of reaching 125,000 as he promised in the campaign, Franco or Dona as NPR news. On Capitol Hill. Senate Republicans remain at odds with the White House over the president's nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill. GOP senators are debating a syriza of changes to the measure. But the Biden administration is increasingly focused on selling the plan directly to voters. White House press secretary Jen Psaki, What we're hoping to do through the package is provide assistance. Tomo Eric UN's who are struggling to make ends meet at this moment time and you're right. There are there's a large swath of Americans who are Struggling through this moment in time because they fear about their health, the health of their grand parents of their cousins of their parents on also people who worry about their kids going back to school, and you know their desire to get their kids back in school and continue learning. Senate Republicans remain far apart on the cost and scope of the package. Democrats are threatening to go it alone if they can't get up bipartisan deal. Stocks finished solidly higher on Wall Street. This is NPR news. Jersey based Johnson and Johnson is on track to become the third company to provide a covert 19 vaccine to curb the pandemic. Here In the U. S. Today, the drug company applied to the Food and Drug Administration for emergency use authorization of its Covert vaccine. The FDA will review the application and hold a public meeting within a few weeks, and the final decision could come very soon after that. In Washington state federal aid is finally coming to a struggling farming town that was nearly decimated by a wildfire. Last year. NPR's Kirk Siegler tells us the Biden administration approved a disaster declaration. Put on hold by the former president for political reasons. It's been almost five months since the state of Washington requested the aid, which is typically a routine approval after major disasters, but the Trump administration and held this one up, reportedly over a political spat with Washington's Democratic governor, Jay Endsley. Approval is a relief in particular in and around the eastern Washington town of Maldon, where wind driven range fire destroyed nearly 80% of homes and other buildings. Most of the fire survivors are low income and elderly and have no insurance. Town officials had been turning to private donations for help, saying the delay in federal aid threatened the town's ability to even recover. Kirk Siegler. NPR news stocks finished higher on Wall Street after another batch of upbeat company earnings investors will be watching closely. The January jobs report due out tomorrow. This.
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"After sailing 24,000 miles nonstop in a nearly three month long journey, competitors in and around the world solo yacht race were expected to finish it a French port today We'll talk more about that state local news at 4 32, including how L. A county's public health director says. County plans to vaccinate in disadvantaged communities and 44 after the hour. One of the executive orders President Biden is due to sign denounces the discrimination that's been directed at the Asian American and Pacific Islander community will be joined by the executive director of Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council, who also leads an anti hate organization coming up Live from NPR news. I'm toe Wayne Brown. President Biden is laying out the most ambitious effort yet to cut America's oil, gas and coal emissions to curb the worst effects of climate change. Biden issued new executive orders targeting federal subsidies for those industries while stopping new oil and gas leases on federal lands and waters. NPR's Nathan Rott tells us The conservation plan will have a big impact on Western states. This leasing banded Ian out today does nothing on private land, and it does nothing on fracking. You know, Biden has repeatedly said that he would not ban fracking. He has not banned fracking, and there's even questions about whether he could legally if he wanted to the states that are most likely to be impacted by today's executive orders. Are states that have a lot of public lands federal land, So we're talking New. Mexico, Wyoming, Alaska, Colorado, Mostly Western states. NPR's Nathan Rott, the president approach elevates climate change to a national security priority. Meanwhile, Republicans say the plan is a job killer. As new, more contagious variants of the Corona virus or spreading across the U. S. And Public health experts recommend that people wear double masks NPR's Maria Godoy reports. One of the easiest ways to improve the masks we wear is to layer to mass on top of each other. One strategy is to wear a surgical mask as the base layer because they're made of a material that's very effective. It filtering particles, but a lot of surgical mask fit loosely, so wearing a cloth mask, on top of it can give it a tighter fit. As well as at an extra layer of filtration. Mask works best if it's sales tightly to your face. That's true, regardless of what it's made of aimed to create a tight seal so that air isn't escaping out of the sides and remember Don't let your nose hang over the top of the mask that defeats the purpose. Maria Godoy. NPR news stocks finished significantly lower on Wall Street drag down today by tech and bank shares. You're listening to NPR news. And on a Wednesday, January 27th assist Casey are gonna be Ewan. Larry Peral. Here's what's happening at 4 32 L. A County's vaccine rollout continues to lag behind demand the county Is expected to receive roughly 188,000 doses next week, but many of those will be designated as second shots. Two people who've already received the first dose and growing racial inequity in Ella's vaccine rollout is raising some alarms. County officials note that there are low vaccination numbers among health care workers in south L. A and other communities of color of these areas have also seen hire new case hospitalization and death rates. Public health director Barbara Ferrer says they are planning on getting doses out to those communities with lower vaccination rates. We do that by expanding the provider network and making sure that we're allocating enough doses. In those hearted communities where there have not been a significant numbers of people yet vaccinated at latest count, more than 660,000 doses have been administered County wine. Orange County's top health official, is defending the Athena at being used to coordinate the county's vaccine rollout. Dr. Clayton Child, the county's chief medical officer, acknowledged that there have been glitches but said the sign up process for vaccines has been improving. Supervisors Don Wagner and Andrew does say they received several complaints, including the lack of a Spanish were Vietnamese version. Child says a foreign language version of of Athena is expected to debut later this week. IOC officials reported just over 1000 new cases of Copan 19 today, along with 71 more deaths. Pandemic will likely keep many California's public school students out of the classroom for the remainder of the academic year. A fair amount of them may never go back to campus as KCRW star Autry on reports K through 12 enrollment in public schools has plummeted to record blanket breaking levels, a record breaking 155,000 K through 12 students did not enroll back in California's public school systems this year. According to the latest projections from the state. That drop off is roughly five times greater than the usual enrollment declines the state has seen in recent years. L A. U. S D Superintendent Austin Buechner said California's largest school district saw a decline of about 6000 kindergarten students. That's a 14% drop over previous years. Advocates say the falling numbers are due to a mix of factors. Family's holding off on kindergarten a higher than normal dropout rate and some parents opting for home schooling or private school this year. His case here will be star a country on reporting. 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"Weather traffic in the latest news until 9 a.m. tomorrow morning. Coming up from K A Z. You news we check in with a local animal shelter ahead of tonight's Storm. That story is coming up just after four PM The time now is 3 30 News. Headlines from NPR are next It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Elsa Chang and I'm Ari Shapiro coming up. The Chinese government is demolishing parts of wealthy suburbs, and that means well connected residents are pushing back. Sure, she hopped. The township government gave us three days to demolish our own homes. December. The bulldozers have rolled in to demolish them for us. The news Live from NPR news. I'm toe Wayne Brown, calling it a wartime effort. The Biden administration is boosting the purchase of Corona virus vaccines to deliver enough, he says, to protect 300 million Americans by the end of the summer. President Biden made the announcement this afternoon following complaints of shortages and inconsistent supplies. This is a wartime effort. When I say When when I say that people ask war time, So yeah. More than 400,000. Americans have already died because 411 or 12 have died in one year of this pandemic. More than all the people who died in all the Americans who died in World War two President Biden says the federal government expects to be able to deliver enough of the two dose regimens to states to vaccinate 300 million people by early fall. Election company, Dominion Voting Systems is planning more defamation lawsuits against pro trump media outlets and personalities over baseless claims related to the election from Colorado Public radio. Into Brooklyn reports. Dominion is seeking $1.3 billion in damages from former Trump attorneys Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell over their public claims that the company rates the election for President Joe Biden. Tom Claire is representing Dominion and says it's preparing other suits, and we're looking at everybody on what role they played in either making statements themselves about Dominion or perpetual, the false statements that were made so at this stage, we have not ruled anyone else, Claire says. No amount of money can reverse the false IDs, he says. Millions of people now believe about the company. Or repair the reputational and financial damage to Dominion. For NPR news. I'm Bente Brookland in Denver. Stocks finished modestly lower on Wall Street today, the Dow's down 22 points. This is NPR news. President Biden had his first call today with Russia's Vladimir Putin. The White House says Biden raise concerns about the arrest of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, as well as the Kremlin's apparent involvement in a massive cyber attack on U. S government agencies. Something Moscow has denied. The two presidents did agree to complete an extension of the new start treaty, the last remaining nuclear arms control agreement between the countries before it expires next month. The prime minister of Italy, just that they content is resigning amid the ongoing Corona virus pandemic. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli, reports president said, remarked that I love now's Conte will stay as caretaker while he begins political consultations Wednesday to form a new government. Ah political neophyte Conti one fans when he ordered the first nationwide covert 19 lockdown. But last week, a junior partner left the coalition protest Ng countess allocation of massive recovery funds from the European Union political analyst Roberto Daddy, Montez says the crisis comes at the worst possible time. People do not understand really, why We rented these political crisis, which is really internal to the political class clash of conditions but very multi believes early elections can be averted with a new coalition with her without come to at the helm. Sylvia Poggioli. NPR NEWS Rome On Wall Street stocks finished modestly lower today. The tech heavy NASDAQ was down nine points. This is NPR. You are listening to all things considered a 90.3 K Z you Good afternoon. I'm Erica Mahoney. Support for gays. You comes.
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"From NPR news. I'm toe Wayne Brown, calling it a wartime effort. The Biden administration is boosting the purchase of Corona virus vaccines to deliver enough, he says, to protect 300 million Americans by the end of the summer. President Biden made the announcement this afternoon following complaints of shortages and inconsistent supplies. This is a war time effort. When I say When when I say that people ask war time, So yeah. More than 400,000. Americans have already died because 411 or 12 have died in one year of this pandemic. More than all the people who died in all the Americans have died in World War two president Biden says the federal government expects to be able to deliver enough of the two dose regimens to states to vaccinate 300 million people by early fall. Election company, Dominion Voting Systems is planning more defamation lawsuits against pro trump media outlets and personalities over baseless claims related to the election from Colorado Public radio. Into Brooklyn reports. Dominion is seeking $1.3 billion in damages from former Trump attorneys Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell over their public claims that the company rates the election for President Joe Biden. Tom Claire is representing Dominion and says it's preparing other suits, and we're looking at everybody on what role they played in either making statements themselves about Dominion or perpetuating the false statements that were made. So at this stage, we have not ruled anyone else, Claire says. No amount of money can reverse the false IDs, he says. Millions of people now believe about the company. Or repair the reputational and financial damage to Dominion. For NPR news. I'm Bente Brookland in Denver. Stocks finished modestly lower on Wall Street today, the Dow's down 22 points. This is NPR news, and this is KCRW on Larry Peral. Here's what's happening in state and local news at 3 32. As a state works to speed up delivery of the Corona virus vaccine. Governor Newsome says California will shift its priorities for who's at the top of the list to get shot. Under state guidelines. Some essential workers, including people in health care, teachers and farm workers are eligible for the vaccine. Now. So where people over the age of 65 But three quarters of the states deaths have been in older Californians, a group that includes people younger than 65. That's who, Newsome says. The state plans to prioritize next. You'll hear a lot more about the details of a strategy to transition to an age based eligibility, which will allow us to scale up much more quickly and get back scenes to impacted communities much more expeditiously. While details of the state's new strategy aren't out yet, union advocates are critical. They say hundreds of thousands of union workers have been deemed essential list. On the job during the pandemic, but they could be moved further back on the vaccine list. If the state prioritizes age over job category. This could be a ways off. State officials have said that given the limits on available doses, just vaccinating Californians over 65 could take until June. The announcement of statewide stay at home order is being lifted, is motivating some businesses to gear up. The news yesterday.
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"From NPR news. I'm toe. Wayne Brown. Images of National Guard troops camped in a cold parking garage after being sent to protect Washington, D C has 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 rioters two weeks ago, Here's Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell in the near future, Congress needs a sparkly transition toward a more sustainable security presence. You've been a capital save cannot and will not require huge numbers of uniformed troops. Vast systems of emergency of sensing to remain in place forever. About 25,000 guard members from across the country deployed to help secure the nation's capital for the inauguration This week, there were on Lee, a handful of minor arrests. Donald Trump now faces an impeachment trial the week of February, 8th after McConnell requested More time to prepare the Senate chamber. It was a mixed day on Wall Street. NPR's Scott Horsley tells us the Dow Jones industrial average fell about 179 points, while the tech heavy NASDAQ pushed into record territory. Both the Dow and the S and P 500 index lost ground. On Friday, the Dow slipped about 6/10 of a percent while the S and P dropped about three tents. The NASDAQ was up slightly following big gains earlier in the week. The housing market continues to be one of the strongest corners of the economy. Thanks to robust demand and super low mortgage rates. Nearly 6.5 million existing homes were sold last year. Home prices rose nearly 13% to December median of nearly $310,000. In Washington. Janet Yellen is on track to win Senate confirmation as the next Treasury secretary. The former Fed share one unanimous backing from the Senate Finance Committee. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington Meanwhile, the S and P lost 11 points today. This is NPR. Baseball Hall of Famer. Hammerin Hank Aaron passed away early today at the age of 86 Terran pile of member station W. W. M reports from Milwaukee where Aaron began and ended his career and major league Baseball. Hank Aaron began his career in the National League for the Milwaukee Braves in 1954 before the team moved to Atlanta. He returned to Milwaukee in 1975 to play for the Brewers. Among Erin's record breaking career accomplishments was beating Babe Ruth's home run record, which stood for nearly 40 years before Aaron had 7 15 during the Braves home opener in 1974. President George W. Bush honored Aaron with the presidential Medal of Freedom in 2002 for overcoming poverty and racism to become one of the most accomplished baseball players of all time. For NPR News. I'm Taryn Powell in Milwaukee, the former CEO of make a Wish. Iowa has been arrested on felony charges, alleging she embezzled tens of thousands of dollars from the charity that supports sick Children. Authorities say Jennifer Woodley faces two counts of first degree theft and the unauthorized use of a credit card. Police say the 40 year old gave herself a $10,000 bonus that had not been.
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"In education to reducing California's carbon footprint and some help for struggling business owners in the state. But how soon could that help be on the way? If the budgets approved, we'll talk about that coming up in about 15 minutes. Live from NPR news. I'm to Wayne Brown. President. Trump says he does not plan to attend Joe Biden's inauguration later this month. As NPR's Tamara Keith tells us, this comes as Trump finally acknowledged, he's leaving office. It may well be his final president breaking act of an unprecedented presidency in a tweet trump rights to all of those who have asked. I will not be going to the inauguration on January 20th unquote. No matter how painful or emotionally fraught there is a tradition in America, a symbol of a peaceful transfer of power for the outgoing president to attend the inauguration of the man who would succeed him. Trump is choosing to break with that. An aide says vice president Pence and the second lady haven't decided yet whether they will attend. In a video released Thursday night, Trump called for unity and acknowledged a new president would be inaugurated but wouldn't go so far as to say, Joe Biden's name. Tamara Keith. NPR NEWS The White House. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says lawmakers could move as early as next week to impeach President Trump for inciting a violent mob at the capital this week. While President elect Joe Biden says Trump is unfit for the job, he stopped short today of endorsing calls to impeach. President for a second time, So I think it's important. We get on with the business getting him out of office. The quickest way that that will happen is us being sworn in on the 20th. Ryan says he's more focused on dealing with the coronavirus in the impact it's had on the country's health and economy. He urged the Senate to confirm his Cabinet picks once he takes office. President Trump's direct line to 88 Million Twitter followers is Gnome or Twitter says it has suspended the account permanently due to the risk of Trump inciting more violence. Facebook also ban Trump until he leaves office, but says That, too, could become permanent..
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"Condemning the attack on the Capitol. He's adding that the Justice Department has deployed hundreds of agents and law enforcement officers. This part of the official reinforcement of the capital conflicts, and Rosen has given us the holes whole statement. The lead of which is the violence at our nation's Capitol building is an intolerable attack on a fundamental institution. Of our democracy again Repeating. This is the Justice Department, which has sent a federal law enforcement and agents from the FBI, the 80th and the U. S. Marshal Service to try to assist the capital police in firmly Restoring order and locking things down there quite a night continuing to unfold in the nation's capital way have been hearing from lawmakers all through this evening. Lawmakers who have been evacuated to secure locations as far as we have been hearing no lawmaker has been injured. Throughout this day, and they do hope to pick up Work of certifying the results from the presidential election. The deadline is approaching that work there hoping could be done as soon as tonight and tomorrow. Um it's an open question whether the many, many Republican lawmakers who plan to object to certifying those electoral college results well. Proceed to continue objecting or if there has been a change of heart. Given the extraordinary events that have unfolded today, there has been a lot of conversation in these secure locations where these lawmakers are huddled. And we will see if any minds have been changed. This is live special coverage from NPR news. I'm Elsa Chang with Mary Louise Kelly and we will continue following this story throughout the evening. Live from NPR news. I'm toe Wayne Brown. The governors of Virginia and Maryland sent National Guard troops and state police to neighboring Washington, D. C tonight after a chaotic and violent day when thousands of Donald Trump supporters and extremist storm the U. S. Capitol, many of them armed Forcing a lockdown and evacuation. NPR's Melissa Block reports Pro Trump extremists descended on the Capitol soon after a rally where the president exhorted his followers to never give up and vowed he would never concede the mob quickly overpowered whatever security was in place, and the scenes that followed were shocking. Capitol police with guns drawn inside the House chamber trying to hold the extremists at bay. Members of Congress with gas masks on as tear gas was fired Confederate battle flags flying in the halls of the Capitol. Writers managed to get inside the House and Senate chambers. Another cent, grinning with his feet up on the desk in House Speaker and Nancy Pelosi's office..
What’s open and what’s closed as Los Angeles County lifts COVID-19 restrictions
"The number of coronavirus cases in California is still climbing as the state allows more tourism businesses to reopen their embarrassed when brown has that story from Los Angeles California's multi billion dollar tourism industry is gearing up with new safety measures at hotels zoos and museums Gavin Newsom was the nation's first governor to issue a stay at home order almost three months ago due to the corona virus pandemic those orders have been gradually lifted allowing retail all stores restaurants and hair salons among others to re open with restrictions health officials are monitoring at least ten counties including LA which reached a single day record of new cases this week although some of that may be due in part to a previous backlog at the testing lab to Wayne brown NPR news
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Los Angeles - Newsom Orders Vote-By-Mail Ballots Sent To Every Voter In California
"With no immediate end of the corona virus pandemic inside California is the first state to commit to sending everyone mail in ballots for the November presidential election NPR's Duane brown reports from Los Angeles as California moves into the second phase of re opening lower risk businesses and manufacturing companies governor Gavin Newsom signed an executive or order to send every registered voter a mail in ballot for this year's presidential election governor Newsom says there's no safer way to physically distance than to vote from the safety of home during this pandemic but he says people who wish to vote in person will be able to do so meanwhile the California governor says he's working on guidelines to allow shopping malls office buildings and dine in restaurants to reopen next to Wayne brown NPR news Los
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U.S. to ramp up rapid deportations with sweeping new rule
"Live from NPR news in Culver city California nine to Wayne brown the trump administration is expanding fast track deportation regulations to more quickly deport us suspected undocumented migrants without a hearing impaired finesse aroma tells us it's expected to go into effect tomorrow up until now the expedited removal program allowed low level officials to arrest and deport unauthorized immigrants without ever standing in front of a judge if they were detained within a hundred miles of the border and within two weeks of arrival under the new expanded policy rapid removal proceedings would be applied to nearly anyone suspected of being in the country illegally who cannot prove they've been here for at least two years the trump administration says the changes will reduce the need for costly court proceedings and will mitigate the massive backlog of immigration cases critics say the changes empower ice officers to act as both prosecutor and judge and that the truncated process which could take just hours could result in wrongful deportations Vanessa Romo NPR
Pa. officer who fatally shot unarmed teen charged with criminal homicide
"Live from npr news in culver city california i'm wayne brown justice anthony kennedy who authored the supreme court's decisions that remade the face of marriage in america nounce his retirement today embarrass nina totenberg reports during his lengthy tenure on the court kennedy wrote all four of the decisions that recognize gay and lesbian rights combination in the twenty fifteen decision legalizing same sex marriage nationwide his retirement at age eighty one will undoubtedly sparked a furious battle over the nomination and confirmation of a successor nina totenberg npr news washington pennsylvania police officer has turned himself in to face a charge of criminal homicide in the fatal shooting last week of an unarmed teenager authorities say seventeen year old antoine rose and another team were pulled over after reports of a drive by shooting nearby that's when rose fled and was shot three times by officer michael rosenfeld allegany county district attorney stevens apolo says the officer later told investigators he didn't see a gun under pennsylvania law if you're waiting in a rest you have to show the person be arrested as committed a forcible felony it's rose didn't do anything in north braddock other than being that vehicle the charge against officer rosenfeld comes a day after police arrested a second team who was seen running from the vehicle thirty say they expect to charge him in connection with the drive by that set off the chain of events that ended in the death of seventeen year old rose would be homebuyers are increasingly frustrated by lack of properties listed for sale the national.
U.S. ex-defense intelligence officer held over alleged spying for China
"Public radio it's all things considered now at four thirty it's all things considered from npr news i'm ari shapiro and mary louise kelley now that ireland has voted to legalize abortion will neighboring northern ireland follow it could be up to british leaders in london which upset some people who could be affected by the decision we need our schloss various woman and that's that may not as the bottom line that's ahead after news live from npr news in culver city california i'm to wayne brown fbi agents have arrested a former us intelligence officer for allegedly trying to spy on behalf of china as npr's ryan lucas tells us the retired army officer was taken into custody over the weekend fbi agents arrested ron rockwell hanson in seattle while he was on his way to board a flight to china hanson faces fifteen counts in all including acting as an unregistered foreign agent and attempting to provide national defense information to china the fifty eight year old retired from the us army with a background in intelligence he speaks fluent mandarin and russian and worked as a case officer for the defense intelligence agency for several years the government alleges in court papers that hanson provided defense secrets to chinese intelligence agents and also sold export controlled technology he allegedly received more than eight hundred thousand dollars in return hanson is at least the third former us intelligence officer in the past year to face espionage related charges involving china ryan lucas npr news washington president trump is defending its tough stance on trade negotiations with several us allies saying american farmers have been treated unfairly white house press secretary sarah sanders says despite threats of retaliation from new tariffs are rather on new tariffs on imported steel and aluminum relations with the countries targeted remains strong for minds the united states has had discussions with canada mexico in the eu to find an alternative without an alternative solution tariffs are the only measures appropriate to safeguard the country we have strong relations with mexico canada and the eu and we'll continue and the those will continue even though the tariffs are there the us commerce secretary has been negotiating with china to reduce its us trade deficit by buying more agricultural and energy products stocks finished higher on wall street led by a boost and tech and consumer companies shares today the dow rose one hundred seventy eight points or three quarters of a percent this is npr from kqedorg i'm.
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EPA staffer ran errands for Pruitt, looked into buying Trump mattress
"Live from npr news in culver city california i'm wayne brown a top aide to the epa administrator tells congressional investigators that scott pruitt asked her to acquire a used mattress from the trump hotel in washington npr's peter overby reports pruitt is under scrutiny for reportedly having government aids do personal chores for him millon hop pruitt's director of scheduling said pruitt told her he had a lead on buying an old mattress from the trump hotel she said she didn't know exactly why he wanted it and she was never able to track down up also told house investigators had pruitt asked her help on an apartment hunt she said she contacted agents toward properties over a couple of months usually during her lunch hours this was after pruitt had rented a room from the wife of an epa lobbyist also spent vacation time booking him a flight to the rosebowl using pruitt's personal credit card pruitt's ethics are the subject of inquiries by the epa inspector general the government accountability office and congressional committees peter overby npr news washington president trump remains preoccupied with a special counsel's investigation into russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election tweeting again today calling it a witch hunt trump also asserted he has the absolute right to pardon himself but quickly added he has no need to do so insisting he's done nothing wrong constitutional law expert jonathan turley with george washington university says the self pardon of a president is a debatable issue but he knows of no president who's even considered it richard nixon didn't even want the pardon from gerald ford i so i hope that president trump is simply speaking hypothetically and that he would never entertain such an egg noble and in my view selfdefeating act too early says the constitution is silent when it comes to a president's self pardon stocks finished higher on wall street today you're listening to npr news this is wnyc i'm jamie floyd schools chancellor richard carranza says it's about time specialized high school students look more like the overall population in the city starting with admissions for twenty nine thousand nine the city will increase offers made to students.
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Arizona governor proposes 20 percent teacher pay raise by 2020 amid walkout threat
"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from trans union with trans union credit monitoring all it takes his a couple of clicks to lock your trans union and equifax credit reports get credit lock your credit score and so much more at trans union dot com slash npr live from npr news in washington i'm to wayne brown the us and britain have agreed these suspected syrian use of chemical weapons cannot go on challenge but the bbc's jeremy bowen says there's still no firm consensus on what to do president asset faces a threat from the top three western military powers the us the uk and france he has to take it seriously and has moved troops in a quick moment out of potential targets the us and its allies it working out how to punish the regime they say it's to deter it from using chemical weapons again but while they can't do is remove president assad from power short of the kind of major war they have no intention or desire to fight and they want to avoid direct confrontation with serious may not allies russia and iran that would have desperately serious consequences the bbc's jeremy bowen arizona governor doug ducey hasn't has announced a twen eighty percent pay raise for teachers by twenty twenty but his casey coon of member station k j z z reports the teacher's union is watching closely to see where the money is coming from this takes place a day after tens of thousands of educators across arizona marched before class demanding the raise governor doug ducey's plan is to boost teacher salaries by nine percent next year then keep raising salaries until they are twenty percent higher in twenty twenty but airs ona's teacher union president joe thomas is skeptical of how the raises will be funded trying to stall and trying to slow things down in what we have to figure out now is this going to be a meaningful plan was real details and see where the money's coming from and it's permanent money does he says he will start working with the state legislature to figure out how to allocate the money without raising taxes for npr news i'm casey coon phoenix the environmental protection agency has a new number two official npr's rebecca hersher reports they knew deputy administrator begins his tenure as his boss fights off.
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China plans Taiwan Strait live-fire exercises amid tensions
"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from sony pictures with all the money in the world legendary director ridley scott brings this thrilling drama inspired by true events to life starring michelle williams christopher plummer and mark wahlberg now available on digital and blu ray live from npr news in washington i'm to wayne brown president trump's pick to become the next secretary of state is on capitol hill at this hour vowing to help the state department get it swagger back in perez michele keleman has this update cia director and former congressman mike pompeo says he's heard the concerns about how demoralizing it's been at the state department he's going to help fill vacancies and making clear the department has a key role to play now on north korea which he calls the highest diplomatic task he's also talking tough on russia's saying it has been acting aggressively enabled by years of eight soft policy that is now overpumping oh says according to prepared remarks released by the white house some lawmakers are promising to bring up their concerns about his skepticism of climate change and the iran nuclear deal as well as controversial past statements against muslims michelle kellerman npr news washington china says it will conduct live weapon fire exercises in the taiwan strait next week npr's anthony kuhn reports the drills come amid heightened tensions between the us and china over the selfgovern island maritime authorities in southeast china's fujian province which sits across the street from taiwan announced the exercises authorities offered no details or explanations but a number of recent moves by the trump administration of drawn criticism from china's government those include the passage of taiwan travel act which encourages high level government exchanges between washington in taipei the us recently authorized contractors to build new submarines for taiwan and appointed as national security adviser john bolton who has publicly.
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Trump tells donors he made up trade claim in Trudeau talk
"Live from npr news in culver city california into wayne brown in a private fundraiser president trump boasted that he told the canadian prime minister the us had a trade deficit with canada when in reality he had no idea as npr's hammer keith reports trump is standing by the false claim the fundraiser audio was obtained in first reported on by the washington post an nbc news and it trump replays a conversation he had with canadian prime minister justin trudeau about trade starting by quoting trudeau we have not everybody else i just trump is incorrect according to the us trade representative in two thousand sixteen the us trade surplus with canada was twelve point five billion dollars in a tweet after the audio came out trump falsely insisted again that there is a trade deficit the canadian ambassador to the us responded with a tweet of his own citing the official us numbers tama keith npr news speaking to a gathering of police chiefs in nashville today attorney general jeff sessions says the justice department has begun the process of banning bump stocks those devices convert semiautomatic firearms into rapid fire weapons like the ones used in the las vegas shooting massacre last year that killed fifty eight people also ordered are prosecutors to more aggressively charge those who lie on the.
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Will Oklahoma Teachers Be the Next to Strike?
"The wind anew documentary about andy goals worthy and artists known for his work with the natural world from the director of rivers and tides in theaters this friday w n y c independent journalism in the public interest 939 fm and am 820 npr news and the new york conversation live from npr news in culver city california into wayne brown california governor jerry brown is accusing attorney general jeff sessions of lying and his remarks today about a lawsuit against california policies that limit cooperation with federal immigration authorities this attorney general is babies trying to keep his job because attorney joe the presence not too happy with him but we here are going to stick to the facts we're going to stick to the law and certainly will meet this litigation uh fully brown spoke out shortly after sessions delivered a speech to a law enforcement grew sessions denounced several california laws claiming they block immigrant agents for making deportation arrests session also singled out elected officials one day after teachers in west virginia ended a strike over low pay teachers in oklahoma a gearing up to walk out of the classroom emily wendlinger with member station k o s you reports the president of the state's largest teacher's unions giving lawmakers three weeks to avoid a statewide school shutdown state republicans and democrats have been in a stalemate for months over how to raise taxes to increase oklahoma teacher pay which currently ranks 50th in the nation on wednesday the president of the oklahoma education association a leash a priest said in a facebook video that lawmakers have until april first to pass the.