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Lobster Fishing Dispute, Oregon Forest Rights and Tribal Early Voting Sites
"This. Is National Native News I'm Meghan Camera Imprint Tony Gonzales. Confrontations continue between indigenous and non-indigenous lobster fishermen in Nova Scotia. Canada senior police officer is defending the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Response Dan Carpet Chuck has more the MP Commissioner Brenda. Lucky says, the RCMP is fully committed to keeping the peace keeping people safe and enforcing the law. She also confirmed that additional officers have been dispatched to Nova. Scotia there have been violent confrontations, property destroyed vandalism and lobster plant burned to the ground that after indigenous fishermen. Out of season claiming it was their treaty right to fish whenever and wherever they want a right that was upheld by Canada's highest court twenty years ago that first nations had a right to fish to earn a moderate livelihood but not indigenous fishermen auto ought to stop the indigenous harvesting saying that court ruling also said the government could continue to regulate the fishery an emergency session in the. Canadian parliament earlier this week failed to find a solution to the issue of just what is a moderate livelihood the chief this having Equity First Nation Mike sack says the dispute has caused his band more than one and a half million dollars and is fishermen are being shut out of the market. Nobody will deal with us like we reach out to so many trying to move lobster. Anyone could buy with a buyer's licence and nobody will take him so. We have a at least one and a half million dollar hit through our community are we can't sell our lobster Everyone in the area has been told that they will not take care if they take lobster. They'll be they'll boycott or blackness to sack says, it will take time to rebuild relationships in the industry with people in companies who are now afraid of retaliation if they deal with the indigenous fishermen sack says, he wants those responsible to be held accountable. He's also filed an application for a court injunction aimed at any harassment of indigenous fishermen with fleet is based for National Native News I'm Dan. Carpenter. A, native American tribe in Oregon has become the first in the US to receive full authority to manage its forests Kale CC's Brian. Bull reports the Bureau of Indian Affairs approved the Co Quell Tribes Indian Trust. Asset Management Plan Tuesday this grant autonomy over its ten thousand acres of trust forest land and resources a first for any of the country's five hundred and seventy four federally recognized tribes. Mark Johnston is executive director for the Co Quell Indian tribe we're. Just really excited about the opportunity to be I. WE respect the burden at that creates going I because you better do it right? You mess it up for those folks that come behind you. We know we're not going to be the only tribe that considers because of the value promise hopping perspective sovereignty or self-governance as a longstanding goal for tribes and timber is an important resource for the CO Quayle Johnston says annual revenue support, key programs including tribal healthcare and. Education for National Native News I'm Brian Bowl a federal judge ruled Thursday that he will not force the Pima County recorder to establish an early voting site in southern Arizona tribes reservation next week, and Gibson with Arizona public media has more the past Gliac he tribes sued Pima County. Recorder, F.. N.. Rodriguez. In an effort to reinstate in early voting site, her office closed in two thousand, Eighteen Jonathan D. as part of the tribes legal team, he says though this. Isn't. The result they wanted he knows tribal leaders will continue to advocate for voting opportunities in the reservation members of the we often tribe testified. I really highlighted the burdens and the obstacles that tribal members face in accessing early voting without honor closer to the reservation during the hearing the tribe argued that with lower car ownership distrust of voting by mail in higher rates of underlying conditions, and early in person voting site in the reservation would benefit its residents. For National Native News I'm Emma Gibson. I'm Megan Camera.
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"Good morning, A Supreme Court decision made two things clear. The conservative majority is emboldened, and even in a pandemic, they're determined to protect their view of religious freedom. It's morning edition from NPR news. We focus this hour on how far government officials Congar Oh, to change behavior in a public health crisis. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm David Greene. Many officials are avoiding mask mandates and business closures. But can you trust citizens to act on their own? Later? We've revisit a couple in New Mexico who tried to keep their bar and distillery running. Despite covert restrictions. They have finally closed and we'll ask them what's next? It is Friday, November 27th On this day 50 years ago, George Harrison released an album whose title may be of some comfort for us Today. All things must pass. The news is next. Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbst. Although President Trump is still angry about the election results, he says he will travel to Georgia to support Republican Senate candidates in the January 5th runoff races. NPR's franker or Donets reports. The White House says President Trump will travel to Georgia for a rally on Saturday, December 5th. Maybe I'll go twice. That's very important that we win those races. These air two great people. Known both very well. They're both great people. This is the first time that Trump says he's going to spend time campaigning in Georgia on behalf of Republican senators Kelly Leffler and David Perdue. This is all significant because there are concerns that Trump's obsession with baseless claims of fraud had become a distraction and will hurt Republican chances in Georgia. The outcome will determine control of the Senate. Franco or Dona is NPR news, despite health experts pleading with people to stay home this Thanksgiving as the coronavirus surges around the country, the Transportation Safety Administration says more than one million passengers travel through airport security checkpoints on Wednesday. And tens of millions of people hit the roads in their cars. The number of confirmed infections in the country is nearly 12.9 million with more than 263,000 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University. Any hospitals around the country say they are nearly full and struggling to find enough medical personnel to handle the spike impatience. Meanwhile, Ottawa's reassuring Canadians that it has a plan to buy and distribute millions of doses of vaccines early next year. And carpet. Chuck has more what it WA says It's using the Canadian military to help with the organization of a mass vaccination campaign. Senior health officials say there are logistical challenges. The vaccine supply will be limited at first and reserved for high priority groups such a seniors in long term care homes, first responders and health care workers. Canadian health officials say In an optimistic scenario, several million doses could be deployed in the first three months of 2021 Dan Carpenter reporting The holiday shopping season is here and this year despite the pandemic, retailers are forecasting record setting sales. MPR's Alina Cell Yuk has more The National Retail Federation says on average shoppers are planning to spend almost $1000 on gift food, decorations and other holiday things. That's only a little bit less than last year when the economy looked very different, so although a lot of families are struggling financially, many also seemed to be saying they want to feel special and celebrate. The retail trade group says people are cutting back on extra things they might normally throw in the basket for themselves, but they're going all in on gifts and decorations for the homes where they're spending so much time. This year holiday sales began as far back as October, so a lot of people have already started their holiday shopping didn't plan to keep going. Alina Cell Yuk NPR news Financial markets. Wall Street reopens for a shortened holiday trading session today, closing at one this afternoon. You're listening to NPR news. Video showing three Paris police officers beating a black man is causing outrage in France. As NPR's Eleanor Beardsley's reports. The government is currently pushing a controversial legislation that would make it a crime to circulate video showing police officers faces. The police apparently didn't know they were being filmed by a security camera as they pushed the music producer through a doorway inside his own studio, punching him repeatedly and hitting him with a Billy Club. I thought it was the last day of my life, he told an online news network. The incident comes just days after an episode of police brutality with a group of migrants that shocked many politicians, including the mayor of Paris, Interior Minister General Dominar appeared on the nightly news and said there would be an investigation. The TV presenter told him. The video reminded the French of what had happened to George Floyd Darman on said the officers had been suspended and would likely be fired. They've sullied the police uniform, he said. Eleanor Beardsley. NPR NEWS PARIS Pandemic has forced the Vatican to lock down some of the soon to be cardinals in their rooms trying to avoid infections. This ahead of their red hat ceremony this weekend, Pope Francis elevated 13 priests to cardinal status last month, including the first black American Cardinal Archbishop Wilton Gregory of Washington, D. C. Says he was tested the day he arrived and will be a tested again tomorrow before the ceremony. Asian markets were hired by the clothes, the Nikkei and Japan up 4/10 of a percent the Hang sang up 2/10. You're listening to NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include TriStar Pictures with the Last Vermeer. Directed by Dan Friedkin, starring Guy Pearson, Clive's Bang about an artist suspected of selling art to the Nazis and a soldier convinced of his innocence now playing in theaters..
The Lummi Nation is withdrawing from a COVID-19 vaccine trial conducted by AstraZeneca
"This is national native news make an camera in for Antonio Gonzalez, a Montana County has agreed to open a satellite voting office on the black feet nation in settlement of a lawsuit by the tribe Mt. PR's Aaron Bolton reports Jacqueline de Leon is a staff attorney for the colorado-based native American Rights Fund, which helped the bike, the nation file, a case in federal court last week after the. Tribe requested that Array County. Opened a satellite voting office on the reservation. The tribe argued failure to do so would violate federal and State Law de Leone says the county has now read to open a satellite office in heartbeat on. October, nineteenth settling the case we were worried and have been worried that the move to vote by mail was going to disenfranchise native Americans because we know that. Vote by mail in Indian country. We know that lots of people don't get residential mail delivery under a county election officials declined to comment on the case. Di Leone says the native American. Rights Fund also helped the Fort Pack and Northern Cheyenne Tribes Negotiate with Roosevelt Big Horn, and Rosebud. Counties. She says that all three counties were offering in person voter services off reservation according to de. Leon all three counties have now agreed to open satellite offices on the reservations for national native news I'm Erin Bolton. A first nations leader in Atlantic Canada is calling on the prime minister to help settle a lobster dispute as Dan Carpenter Chuck reports confrontations in the Nova Scotia, lobster fishery have become increasingly more violent. Now, indigenous leaders are asking for more protection from police against targeted attacks by nonindigenous lobster fishers police say there were about two hundred people present during violent clashes near lobster pounds one van was set on fire. The dispute began after indigenous lobster fishers say they exercise their? Treaty rights to fish outside the federally regulated fishing season. The chief of this epoch attack first nation Mike sack says they have a right to fish for a moderate livelihood where and when they want and that's based on a Supreme Court ruling from twenty years ago sack says during the confrontation police were on site but did nothing to intervene I've also sent a letter off to a prime minister and hoping that him from they're not sure where to go with IT A. Number of community members throughout Nova Scotia Canada are willing to come in and protect our equal. Or we're not looking to add any fuel to the fire. So we're open the RCMP can just help come in. Charge what was wrong doing the chief says his council has also decided to take legal action against those who are interfering with his bands lobster fishery. In Ottawa Indigenous Services Minister Mark Miller called the violence unacceptable. He says, it's important to get both sides to the table to talk about exactly what is a moderate livelihood for the Magma for National Native News I'm Dan Carpenter Chuck. The LemMe Indian Business Council said this week that the LEMme nation is withdrawing from covid nineteen vaccine trial conducted by Astra Zeneca leader said, there were ongoing communication challenges with officials at the pharmaceutical company which had put its trial on hold following adverse reactions among some volunteers. The Lemme end the Navajo nation faced some backlash from tribal members participating in the trial according to Indian country today that's because of a fraud history of medical procedures and outside research conducted on Indigenous People Lemme nation medical director Dr Dakota Lane said Native Americans face greater risk from covid nineteen but are rarely included and testing vaccines and medications, which is a disadvantage to determining whether they're effective in native populations. LemMe Business Council. Chairman Lawrence Solomon said they would explore whether future trials are safe and appropriate for tribal members for national. Native, News. I'm Megan Camera.
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"From NPR news. I'm Janine Herbst. Although President Trump is still angry about the election results, he says he will travel to Georgia to support Republican Senate candidates in the January 5th runoff races. NPR's franker or Donets reports. The White House says President Trump will travel to Georgia for a rally on Saturday, December 5th. Maybe I'll go twice. That's very important that we win those races. These air two great people. Known both very well. They're both great people. This is the first time that Trump says he's going to spend time campaigning in Georgia on behalf of Republican senators Kelly Leffler and David Perdue. This is all significant because there are concerns that Trump's obsession with baseless claims of fraud had become a distraction and will hurt Republican chances in Georgia. The outcome will determine control of the Senate. Franco or Dona is NPR news, despite health experts pleading with people to stay home this Thanksgiving as the coronavirus surges around the country, the Transportation Safety Administration says more than one million passengers travel through airport security checkpoints on Wednesday. And tens of millions of people hit the roads in their cars. The number of confirmed infections in the country is nearly 12.9 million with more than 263,000 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University. Any hospitals around the country say they are nearly full and struggling to find enough medical personnel to handle the spike impatience. Meanwhile, Ottawa's reassuring Canadians that it has a plan to buy and distribute millions of doses of vaccines early next year. And carpet. Chuck has more what it WA says It's using the Canadian military to help with the organization of a mass vaccination campaign. Senior health officials say there are logistical challenges. The vaccine supply will be limited at first and reserved for high priority groups such a seniors in long term care homes, first responders and health care workers. Canadian health officials say In an optimistic scenario, several million doses could be deployed in the first three months of 2021 Dan Carpenter reporting The holiday shopping season is here and this year despite the pandemic, retailers are forecasting record setting sales. MPR's Alina Cell Yuk has more The National Retail Federation says on average shoppers are planning to spend almost $1000 on gift food, decorations and other holiday things. That's only a little bit less than last year when the economy looked very different, so although a lot of families are struggling financially, many also seemed to be saying they want to feel special and celebrate. The retail trade group says people are cutting back on extra things they might normally throw in the basket for themselves, but they're going all in on gifts and decorations for the homes where they're spending so much time. This year holiday sales began as far back as October, so a lot of people have already started their.
Canada says it will impose retaliatory tariffs on US imports
"Extra unemployment benefits, which expired last week. Canada says it's preparing retaliatory measures against the U. S. After President Trump announced at 10% tariff on imports of Canadian aluminum Dan Carpenter, Chuck reports in a statement. Deputy Prime Minister Christian Freeland says Canadian aluminum does not undermine U S national security. Instead, it strengthens it. Ottawa says it will target products in states represented by Republicans Aluminum associations on both sides of the border have condemned Trump's move, saying it will only add volatilities to the industry and
Canadian officials dropped charges against a First Nations chief whose violent arrest sparked protests
"The National Native News Making Camera. Kim for Antonio Gonzalez tribal governments have joined environmentalists Labor activists sent a lawsuit against new rules that rollback federal, clean water regulations, earthjustice filed the lawsuit on behalf of the possible Yawkey tribe of Arizona bad river band of Lake Superior Chippewa the on Indian nation of Washington State, the Fond Du Lac band of Lake Superior Chippewa of Minnesota. The menominee Indian tribe of Wisconsin and the tonal autumn tribe of Arizona. A C central reports, the suit contends the new federal navigable waters protection role actually weakens expanded protection for streams and wetlands that were put in place by the Obama Administration. The new rule took effect this week. It eliminates intermittent and ephemeral streams from bodies of water, protected under the Clean Water Act. The possible Yawkey tribe is concerned. The rollback will lead to damage of a major water source state officials in Arizona have supported the federal rule change, even though environmentalists warned the state could lose protections for more than ninety percent of its water bodies under the new rule. In Canada charges have been dropped against northern Alberta first nations chief who is the subject of a violent arrest a couple of months ago as Dan Carpenter Chuck reports, the arrest caught by police dash camera led to anti-racism protests across Canada chief Alan Atom of the ATHABASCA one first nation, no longer faces charges for resisting arrest and assaulting a Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer. Adam was the subject of a violent arrest in March. Police Dash Cam video showed him. Him, being tackled and punched in the head, he had been stopped for an expired license plate a statement from the Alberta. Prosecution Service says it had reassessed prosecution standard based on an examination of the available evidence, including the disclosure of relevant material and has withdrawn the charges. The arresting officers are under investigation over the incident chief atom says he's overwhelmed that the charges have been withdrawn having that it's time to move on a sign of relief in regards to. The whole ordeal that. Transpired under early mornings of Mark Steyn. And described that put aside in. Time to move on and continue on. Supposed to be doing. Adam called on Ottawa to address injustices against indigenous people, and said Canadians must open their eyes to the reality is that indigenous people have lived with for decades, the national chief of the Assembly of first nations welcomed the dropping of charges, but said it's clear that racism is embedded within most public institutions, especially the police Adams lawyer also said the decision throws a spotlight on systemic racism that has gone on for too long unchecked in Canada for national late of news I'm Dan Carpenter? In South Dakota the Cheyenne River Sioux. Tribe filed a lawsuit this week. Against the trump administration of what it says were threats to impede COVID, nineteen relief funds, and to take over policing on the reservation. The Grand Forks Herald reports. The tribe set up checkpoints leading into its lands in south. Dakota in April to protect tribal members from the spread of the corona virus. The lawsuit says pressure from Washington DC came after pleas for help from the state's governor and congressional delegation. The tribe is asking the US District Court for the District of Columbia to block the federal government from taking over tribal policing and forcing it to remove its checkpoints. On the Navajo Nation this week president, Jonathan, Nez and Vice President Myron leuser issued a proclamation to fly all flags at half staff to honor Navajo. Police officer Michael Lee who passed away to covid nineteen on June nineteenth Nez said lease saved many lives during his twenty nine years of service, and give his own life to serve and protect the community the funeral for officer. Lee is being held on Thursday June. Twenty fifth in Chandler Arizona. For National, native news I make an camera.
"dan carpenter" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Payments into taxpayers accounts. People will receive as much as twelve hundred dollars depending on their income with an additional five hundred dollars per child. The first payments are going to people who filed tax returns last year or this year and provided their bank information for refunds the distributions are part of the two point two trillion dollars economic relief package approved by Congress last month. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the country has reached the first and worst phase of the cove in nineteen pandemic. Dan Carpenter reports this week. Trudeau presented Canadians with his government's predictions. If stringent public health measures that are in place now remain the country can expect up to forty four thousand deaths he says. Canada is now in an initial phase of the virus spread which could end the summer but in the idea of normal he adds can only happen once. There is a vaccine for the novel Corona Virus. Which could be a year away. Officials say the peak of the virus. Spread could come sometime before the early fall. Trudeau says it's expected that some rules will be loosened. A certain sectors are allowed to return to work but physical distancing and travel restrictions as well as close monitoring will continue for NPR news. I'm Dan Carpenter Can Toronto. There has been a benefit from the pandemic in India cleaner air. The stay at home order means that fewer people are driving. Government officials say that eighty five cities in India have seen an improvement in air quality since the lockdown began. I'm Nora Raum. Npr News in Washington..
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"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Barbara Klein. The trump administration has changed the description of the nation's medical supply stockpile. Npr's Tamra Keith. Reports comes after criticism over the federal government support for states in fighting the corona virus. A website yesterday for the Strategic National Stockpile was actually edited to redefine the role of the stockpile to be more in line with how president trump and his son-in-law jared Kushner have been describing it the new description emphasizes that this is just meant. There is just there to supplement state and local supplies and is only to be short term. Stopgap an administration official. Who would only give the statement on said that this rewrite had been in the works for a week or so at least one. Democratic Senator is calling for an investigation the US Supreme Court is once again postponing oral arguments. Npr's Nina Totenberg reports several cases that had been scheduled for later. This month are being delayed. The court similarly postponed oral arguments in March because of public health guidance related to the corona virus. This time however the court hinted that it might not be possible to hear all of the scheduled arguments this term in a press. Release the court said it would consider a range of scheduling options and other alternatives. If arguments cannot be held in the courtroom before the end of the court term which usually takes place at the end of June. That wording would seem to suggest that the justices may postpone some cases until next term and extend the current term to hear some particularly pressing cases Nina Totenberg. Npr News Washington. The man charged with driving a train at high speed toward a Navy hospital ship. Docked at the port of Los Angeles is being ordered to remain in custody until his arraignment next month. Had He been hurt? His reports at Water Merano appeared in court yesterday. Where the judge determined? He poses a danger to the community. The FBI says Marino told authorities. He derailed and crashed the train intentionally. Tuesday afternoon. He said he was suspicious of the hospital. Ship U S S Mercy had another purpose related to the corona virus such as a government takeover. He added he did it out of the desire to wake people up. No one was injured in the incident near the vessel that docked at the port last week. It's one thousand beds are being used as a relief for La's land-based hospitals overcrowded with covert nineteen patients. The hospital ship is being used only for those not infected with the virus for NPR news. I'm Hettie Lynne Hardy's in Los Angeles President. Trump has notified congress. He's firing the Inspector General of the US intelligence community. Michael Atkinson was first to alert Congress about the whistle blower complaint that led to trump's impeachment. This is NPR. Italian officials have taken to the airwaves today. Demanding the public continue to observe stay at home restrictions despite signs that the number of new corona virus infections is leveling off in Italy photos. Show crowds out shopping in several major cities in Canada. Quebec is asking the military for help in fighting the corona virus pandemic. It's the first province to make such a request. Dan Carpenter Chuck reports the province ones members of the military to deploy to the northern part of Quebec to help isolated communities tackle local outbreaks of Kovic Nineteen Military. Personnel will help install tents and medical infrastructure. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had said at the start of the week that the Canadian military was ready to respond once a request is made. Meanwhile the country's top soldier chief of defence staff General. Jonathan Vance says the armed forces is taking extraordinary measures to keep its personnel healthy and able to deploy quickly. Ottawa says there are up to twenty four thousand regular and Reserve troops ready to respond including rapid reaction units that can help with humanitarian aid delivering supplies or other actions for NPR news. I'm Dan Carpenter Can Toronto. This has been an official day of mourning and China to pay tribute to corona virus victims and healthcare workers who died trying to save them more than thirty three hundred people. In mainland China are reported to have died. Flags flew at half-staff air raid. Sirens screamed across the country. And a three minute moment of silence was observed. I'm Barbara Klein. Npr News support..
Canada's medical supplies reach critical stage in COVID-19 fight
"Canada's health minister says the country likely did not stock pile enough personal protective equipment head of the corona virus pandemic as Dan carpenter tells us this comes amid reports that some Canadian hospitals are rationing supplies Canada's health minister Patty Hajdu says with the covert nineteen outbreak first hit China many factories they're closed impacting the global supply of personal protective equipment or PP that for some Canadian hospitals to ration and some staff members were limited to one mask per day hi uses auto was pushing to build up the supply of PP but the problem is that the man from masks ventilators and protective gallons is highly competitive on the global market on Tuesday the government said it had bought one hundred and fifty seven million surgical masks and it ordered sixty million and ninety five masks with even more purchased on Wednesday and she says at least eight Canadian companies are being contracted to make the necessary medical supplies for NPR news I'm Dan carpenter can
Canadian PM Trudeau's wife tests positive for coronavirus
"Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau's wife Sophie brick wall has tested positive for Kobe all right nineteen as Dan carpenter reports the couple say they'll begin a fourteen day self isolation period the diagnosis was confirmed by the prime minister's office the Trudeaus had been self isolating at home and that will continue for a couple of weeks Trudeau's office says he will not be tested for now because he has no symptoms so few Greg why says she is experiencing uncomfortable symptoms of the virus but plans to be back on her feet soon health officials are getting in touch with people who have been in contact with her she began exhibiting symptoms after returning from a speaking engagement in Britain Justin Trudeau spent the day in briefings phone calls and virtual meetings from home Canada has one hundred and forty confirmed cases of the novel
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau's wife positive for coronavirus
"Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau's wife Sophie brick wall has tested positive for Kobe all right nineteen as Dan carpenter reports the couple say they'll begin a fourteen day self isolation period the diagnosis was confirmed by the prime minister's office the Trudeaus had been self isolating at home and that will continue for a couple of weeks Trudeau's office says he will not be tested for now because he has no symptoms so few Greg lasses she is experiencing uncomfortable symptoms of the virus but plans to be back on her feet soon health officials are getting in touch with people who have been in contact with her she began exhibiting symptoms after returning from a speaking engagement in Britain Justin Trudeau spent the day in briefings phone calls and virtual meetings from home Canada has one hundred and forty confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus for NPR news I'm Dan carpenter how can Toronto
Tribes opposing Keystone XL project say pipeline will cross Indian land. Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs and government reach tentative deal.
"This is national native news on Tony Gonzalez. There's a break in the dispute over a proposed natural gas pipeline in British Columbia which has led to demonstrations and rail blockades across. Canada has Dan Carpenter Chuck reports. A draft agreement was reached after three days of talks stretching into the weekend. Details of the deal. Were not disclosed but those close to the talks say they focused on indigenous rights and land titles Ottawa's Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett says it's the beginning of a better relationship with the whatsoever nation. We I believe have come to a proposed arrangement. Turn it will Also honor the protocols of the with certain people and plans and obviously that that what we've worked on this weekend needs to go back to those clans Bennett. Says the proposal is to ensure that rights holders will always be at the negotiating table chief WAAS hereditary leader says the draft is a milestone the other component that we we worked on was the Rights entitled matter we come up with an arrangement that we see in as as Probably help and assistance to all parties so that we can see the future as as a better outlook or our our occupation on land real blockades. We'll map across the country. As supporters of the chiefs protested in solidarity the barricades brought much of the country's freight and passenger rail service to a near standstill coastal. Gas Link says it will resume construction of the pipeline for National Native News. I'm Dan Carpenter. And another round of briefings and federal court. The Rosebud Sioux tribe says the keystone xl pipeline route crosses land where the tribe holds mineral and surface rights and they say the energy companies own maps show that encroachment the Department of Justice says the presidential permit does not apply to the pipeline as a whole so any encroachment is a problem of state and Local Authorities Victoria wicks reports pipeline advocates have often said keystone. Xl Won't affect tribes because the pipeline does not cross reservation boundaries tribes disagrees saying. They're drinking. Water originates off reservation and could be polluted by oil spills and construction now. The Rosebud tribe points out that the pipeline does cross. It's land and it notes that Transcanada's own maps show that the pipeline crosses at least four tracks of trust land where the tribe has ownership interest under claims of treaty violations the Rosebud Sioux and Fort Belknap Indian community are suing president. Donald Trump who unilaterally issued a permit in two thousand nineteen bypassing his own State Department. The Department of Justice says the presidential permit applies only to the one point two miles where the pipeline crosses the. Us Canada border. And there's no harm to tribal land in that short stretch. West Furlong is an attorney with the native American Rights Fund. He said in an interview. Last summer that contention is disingenuous. Point of this pipeline is to bring oil from Canada to the Gulf coast. And if they can't cross the border and then the entire purpose of the pipeline is frustrated has for the tribes allegations that the president is violating treaties the DOJ response. The treaties are upheld by federal laws such as Nipah and the national historic preservation. Act and those laws are enforced by federal agencies. Not by the president and so they don't apply to the president who bypass federal agencies when issuing the two thousand nineteen permit for National Native News. I'm Victoria wicks in rapid city. South Dakota and demand Tony Gonzalez.
Canadian health officials look to China for lessons in how to prepare for COVID-19
"News a Canadian doctor warns much of the world is not prepared to manage the spreading coronavirus the position part of an expert World Health Organization team has just returned from China Dan carpenter reports Dr Bruce Aylward is an epidemiologist and assistant director general for the World Health Organization he recently led a group of experts to several Chinese cities including Wuhan I would says China had successfully managed to decrease the number of cases because of its robust approach and change the course of the outbreak but only by an aggressive response which included finding tracing contact social distancing and movement restriction I would says he witnessed the population band together to fight the virus describing the effort as staggering the W. H. O. experts as the rest of the world should learn from China's experience but that would take a very aggressive and tough
World isn’t ready for coronavirus outbreak, Canadian WHO expert says
"A Canadian medical expert says his recent trip to China shows the rest of the world is far from ready to handle the corona virus is Dan carpenter reports the epidemiologist recently led a group of experts to several Chinese cities including Wuhan where the viral outbreak began Dr Bruce outward as an assistant director general for the World Health Organization he says only through a staggering effort has China been able to decrease the number of coronavirus cases and change the course of the outbreak but he says it took the entire population to band together to fight the virus with an aggressive verse sponsors that included finding tracing contact social distancing and movement restrictions then carbon shock in Toronto coronavirus fears of simple markets plunging Asian shares are mostly lower following another sharp decline on Wall Street this is NPR
Police move in on Mohawk rail blockade. Cayuga Nation leadership dispute sparks demolition in NY. Border Wall Construction Destroying Sacred Native American Burial Grounds.
"This is national. Native News on Tonia Gonzalez Ontario provincial. Police vehicles officers moved in on a Mohawk blockade adjacent to a railway in Ontario Monday morning after supporters of the wet so ten hereditary chiefs remained in place despite a midnight deadline to clear the area to avoid arrest. Some demonstrators were seen being taken into custody. Dan Carpenter Chuck has more. The midnight deadline came and went in the Mohawks tied. The Naga are showing no signs of dismantling their blockade. The barricades went up more than two weeks ago in solidarity with what to attend hereditary chiefs in British Columbia after police? They're enforced an injunction against the chiefs in their supporters. Who were blocking access to a construction site for a natural gas pipeline? Other rail blockades were set up across the country paralysing rail traffic last week. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called for patients in dialogue but by Friday. His tone had changed. He said the barricades must come down. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police offered to pull back from the West attend blockade site but not from their traditional territory. Here's chief of the WADDEN already. We're already at that point beyond right. Now it's more like confusion Mister Trudeau has announced. you know like It's up to us but we're saying right from day one we said. Icmp vacate the area. What's what ten leaders last week? Travel to Ontario and Quebec to first nations their for their solidarity and support and to plan future strategy for National Native News. I'm Dan Carpenter. Tensions came to a head and a long standing dispute between factions of the nation. And upstate New York over the weekend. Local officials are calling on federal authorities to step in Fon golden reports in the early morning hours. Saturday police directed by council leader. Clint half town partly demolished. Eight buildings including a convenience store daycare sugar shack and the cannery. I've been involved in Cuban affairs since I was a teenager. Lena young as a spokeswoman for the faction that operated the buildings they've long disputed half towns leadership so it's been a very long time that I've been able to watch this thing grill and fortunately come to the head that it's come to an exploding such distract away. A public statement from the nation says it was reclaiming the buildings and destroying them to quote eliminate public safety issues and quote county officials called a special meeting Sunday they sent official requests to several federal entities including the US Marshall Service who they want temporarily police the Cubans. I'm pleased to hear that. They have listened to us that. They too also acknowledged. This is a serious threat to not only NATO's community but also the community has large but given the nation's sovereignty. There's not much more. Local officials can do von. Golden National Native News The US House Sub Committee for indigenous peoples of the United States is holding the hearing with the title. Trump's border wall construction destroying sacred sites and erasing tribal culture chairman. Ned Norris Jr. of the tone autumn nation is scheduled to testify at the hearing Wednesday in Washington. Dc Norris publicly called on the trump administration to protect sacred sites at the National Congress of American Indians. Recent winter session in Washington in a video taken at the event by Indians Dot Com. Norris told an Interior Department official. Construction is destroying sacred ground in Arizona and called for it to stop. The tribe is located in Arizona on the US. Mexico border the TACONA Autumn Nation and other tribes say recent construction of the border wall in Arizona has been on sacred land. Federal officials have been invited to testify. At Wednesday's hearing I'm Antonio
Protesters block trains, as police arrest 33 people opposing Canada gas pipeline. South Dakota rejects tribal IDs for voter registration. Tribal leaders, and New Mexico government officials celebrate Native American Day
"Demonstrations were held across Canada over the weekend as tensions rise over a gas asked pipeline in British Columbia. Dan Carpenter has more in Toronto. It in Belleville Ontario protesters forced suspension of passenger rail service. They were in support of the. What suet in first nation after six members were arrested in northern British Columbia Royal Canadian Mounted Police moved in to enforce an injunction against the nation's hereditary chiefs and their supporters that what suet opposed to the six point six billion dollar coastal gasoline slink pipeline the hereditary chiefs say? The project has no authority without their consent and the Ontario protesters came out to back them. The RCMP is in the midst of an invasion of. What's who attend territory? They've been dragging plan defenders from their own territory which legally they don't have jurisdiction over meanwhile L. in British Columbia police continue to make arrests during the weekend. Tensions remain high and more arrests are expected as protesters continue trying to block the pipeline as contractors. Was it to get back to the site of the pipeline area to restart their work. At the end of December. The Provincial Supreme Court issued the injunction against the nation that was blocking the access to the project and empowered police to enforce it for National Native News. I'm Dan Carpenter in the South Dakota Legislature House. Republicans are rejecting adding an amendment that would add tribal. Id's as a valid identification to register to vote lease drooping A.. Reports current state law allows those they driver's license licensed to register to vote. Or someone can register to county. Auditor's office and sign an affidavit house. Democrats brought an amendment to include tribal. Id's but it got rejected acted democratic. State Representative Sean Bordeaux is a member of the Rosebud tribe. He says he's struggling with the pushback against tribal. ID's so it's like they want to try. Try to impact in effect the voting by trying to get natives not to vote very frustrating to see that happen and a little bit of a pain in a heart to see that folks take a direct attack at some of the most vulnerable people who often don't have the vehicles or the means to get to where they need to the Go-to vote Republicans point to concerns about consistency between tribes. There are nine different. Reservations within the state's borders representative Tamra Saint. John is a Republican who voted against adding tribal. Id's to register to vote. She's a member of the tribe. She says she's studying a native American. Voting Voting Rights Act that's being debated in Washington State for National Native News. I'm Lisa group injure. NPR tribal leaders members of the native community lawmakers and state officials official celebrated American Indian Day Friday at the state capital in Santa Fe. They focused on environmental protection sacred sites in young people New Mexico Governor Michelle L.. Luhan Grisham share that the state has common goals with tribes on the Environment The environment and your sacred lands and this is a remarkable commitment that the state is showing credible leadership Lieutenant Governor Carlton Bowel Coty Zuni Pueblo Says Choco Canyon and northwestern Stern New Mexico is of concern a sacred area linking them culturally and part of their way of life a lot of the songs that we have a lot of the person we have some of those in bygone gone languages some some of those songs that impairs have don't exist in some form or fashion other than our way of life and we believe that it is that connection andries discovery to these connection to these previous places that allow US vows to revive our people spiritual strength a number of tribal leaders are or seeking greater protection of Chaka Canyon from
'Deeply sorry' Trudeau begs forgiveness for brownface photo
"Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau is doing damage control as he seeks reelection Dan carpenter. reports from Toronto Trudeau is expressing regret over in your twenty year old photo showing him in brown face at a costume party Trudeau says he made a mistake when he wore brown face make up at a party in two thousand and one adding that he should have known better his comments came shortly after time magazine published a photo from a private school yearbook in British Columbia we're Trudeau was a teacher at the time spokesman for Trudeau's Liberal Party says the photo was taken at the school's annual dinner which had an Arabian nights the Trudeau says he's disappointed with himself wishing he hadn't done it and apologized for doing it he adds that he's worked all his life to try and create opportunities for people and to fight racism and intolerance some of his political opponents in the election campaign college deeply saddening and
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"It'll be another six months before a court in Canada holds an extradition hearing for a senior executive with Chinese tech company. Huawei has Dan carpenter reports. She's wanted by the US on charges related to Iran, the court date of January twentieth of next year was put forward by wa chief financial officer among one Joe's defense team. Her lawyer, David Martin suggested six blocks of court dates over the next sixteen months, which would complete the case, within two years. Martin said it would be a record for the proceedings considering the complexity of the case among was detained in Vancouver at Washington's request, which is seeking extradition. She is under house arrest in Vancouver. The US has accused Chinese tech giant alway of conspiracy fraud and obstruction in violating sanctions against Iran. Mum is the daughter of wild ways, founder while way argues that the case against her is politically motivated by
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"Than ending the crisis of illegal immigration that is flooding, our southern border people are being hurt on both sides of the border on Twitter. Spokesman for Mexico's foreign secretary says options continue to be explored more than a dozen automakers including General Motors and Ford urging the federal government and the state of California to restart talks over vehicle mileage standards, the Trump. Administration is rolling back standard set during the Obama administration California wants to impose its own, stricter requirements NPR's Camille, Domanski reports seventeen automakers signed letters sent to the Trump administration and to California's governor they say that they support policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and have increasingly strict requirements for fuel efficiency, but maybe not as strict as California would like to see the companies really want to avoid having two different sets of standards to meet some of the companies include Ford, GM Toyota Honda and Volkswagen. They warn if a deal is not reached the resulting legal battles could be untenable for them talks between the Trump administration and California broke down months ago commute on Ascii NPR news. It'll be another six months before a court in Canada holds an extradition hearing for a senior executive with Chinese tech company wa wa. As Dan carpenter reports. She's wanted by the US on charges related to Iran, the court date of January twentieth of next year was put forward by chief financial officer among one Joe's defense team. Her lawyer, David Martin suggested six blocks of court dates over the next sixteen months, which would complete the case, within two years. Martin said it would be a record for the proceedings considering the complexity of the case mum was detained in Vancouver at Washington's request, which is seeking extradition. She is under house arrest in Vancouver. The US has accused Chinese tech giant wall way of conspiracy fraud and obstruction in violating sanctions against Iran. Mum is the daughter of always founder while way argues that the case against her is politically motivated by the US for NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter. Can Toronto markets in Asia ended the day, mostly higher with analysts saying, investors appear in courage that the White House and Mexico will reach a deal to head off those US tariffs? This is NPR news from Washington. Economists are expecting the US unemployment rate to be unchanged. When figures for may are released this morning by the Labor Department. The jobless rate in April was three point six percent that's near fifty year. Low economists believe employers likely added about one hundred eighty five thousand jobs during the month. Wall Street reacted positively this week after the chairman of the Federal Reserve. Suggested the fed is prepared to cut interest rates. If necessary job gains in manufacturing have slowed over the past three months, Finland's new government is now in place, as Teri Schultz, reports took more than a month for a coalition of five political parties to come together. It's been sixteen years since a social democrat, led the Finnish government, and prime minister is there only by the slimmest of margins beating the populist, eurosceptic Finns party by just one seat in April sixteenth elections now Finland Sweden and Denmark, all have social democratic leadership despite searches of populist parties. After intensive negotiations. Vena has formed a government coalition, including the center party, the greens, the Left Alliance and Swedish People's Party eleven of his nineteen cabinet ministers are women, which is only the second highest percentage and finish history. The green party saw its best result ever in the national vote going from five seats to twenty and new foreign minister pick the havi sto pledges to make tackling climate change the basis of the government program for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz. Police in Sweden say it's unclear what caused today's explosion that damage to apartment buildings in a city about one hundred ten miles southwest of Stockholm. No injuries are reported. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington. Support for NPR comes from the Gruber family foundation, supporting NPR's efforts to promote deeper, thinking broader perspectives, and trusted fact based information, always with the goal of creating a more informed public and listeners like you who donate to this NPR station. They seized win Weiss e and WNYC dot org. Good morning. I'm Lance lucky.
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"More than fifty ships are waiting to use that channel one of the busiest commercial waterways in the country and officials say they do hope to reopen it by tomorrow. The big tobacco companies in Canada have been given a temporary reprieve and a fifteen billion dollar lawsuit against them. As a carpenter reports. They've been granted credit protection by an Ontario court Rothmans Benson and hedges Imperial Tobacco and JTI McDonald lost their appeal of the multibillion dollar class action lawsuit in Quebec appeal court in early March and Ontario court is now stayed legal proceedings against all three companies until early April and executive for Rothmans Benson. And hedges says creditor protection could allow the company to resolve all pending Canadian litigation. Peter Longo, the managing director says while the company, disputes liability. He's optimistic that an arrangement can be reached to resolve pending litigation and allow it to focus on the future. The Canadian Cancer Society says the companies are looking for a deal to avoid paying the bulk of the fifteen billion dollars. They were ordered to pay for NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter into Rutto. Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is in Washington DC. Leads to the White House tomorrow where he will have lunch with President Trump and dinner on Tuesday. And also address the annual conference of APEC, the largest pro Israel lobbying group that conference started today. Asian markets lower right now trading lower the Nikkei in Japan down more than three percent. This is NPR. Day after hundreds of thousands of people marched in London against the UK leaving the European Union. Another pro Europe, March was held in the EU capital. Schultz reports from Brussels there was plenty of anti Brexit sentiment on the streets in London people marched against Britain, leaving the e EU in the EU capital people March to support what's left of that union one British woman Madelene a K is among those who did both. She's a familiar.
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"Garcia navarro. Good morning a racist photo, shifting explanations. And a lot of pressure on Virginia's democratic governor to resign will Ralph northern survive. Also, the president will give his state of the union address this week amid fighting over the border wall. We'll also look at the strange story of a group of former NSA analysts who used their spycraft for a Middle Eastern monarchy among their targets Americans. Plus it's Super Bowl Sunday. And we'll have a rundown of all your favorite superstitions eating certain foods wearing certain clothes to ensure your team wins. And it helps it's Sunday. February third the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington on trial Snyder in Ohio, a twelve hour standoff is over but not before gunfire directed at sheriff's deputies who deputies from Clermont county sheriff's office were straw, captain. Jeff sellers of the Clermont county sheriff's office one of the deputies fatally shot. The other was wounded during that standoff at an apartment complex in Pierce township seller says the deputies were fired upon after they responded to a nine one one call the wounded deputies reported to be in stable condition. The suspect was taken into custody a few hours ago. Jimmy, governor Ralph northern says he will not step down after a racist yearbook photo surfaced on Friday. But as Whitney Evans from member station. W C reports his democratic colleagues say a resignation may be the only way to redeem himself state Democrats, including Virginia attorney, general, Mark herring. Have now called for his resignation democratic state. Legislator. Jeff born says, nor them has eroded the trust of Virginians the man Ralph northern can rehabilitate himself and make amends and attempt to rebuild the relationships that have broken down. But governor northern. That's beyond repair, nor them has denied being in a photo from his nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook that shows two people one dressed as a clansman and the other dressed in black face for NPR news. I'm Whitney Evans in Richmond. The US government mobilizing humanitarian aid for Venezuela. In response to requests from the opposition leader by the Trump administration has recognized by as Venezuela's president the BBC's James speed reports as well as a political crisis. Venezuela suffering a humanitarian disaster the collapse of the economy under president Maduro has caused widespread hunger and a desperate shortage of medicine. Guido says this is his top priority. He's always the Venezuelan armed forces to allow the creation of humanitarian corridors. So that aid can be brought in but president Maduro has dismissed US offers of help as a pretext for military intervention in support of what he says is a coup attempt. He told his supporters on Saturday that Venezuela would never be a country of beggars, president Madero spoke at a pro government rally in Caracas Saturday where he also proposed to hold early elections such elections could intensify Venezuela's political crisis. The assembly is controlled by the opposition, and led by one Guido who is leading efforts to Alice Madero their bird large opposition rallies around the country as well, Saturday today's election day, and El Salvador voters participating in the first round of a presidential election. Four candidates are on the ballot with the former mayor of sense albacore the capital leading in the polls winner would need to attract more than fifty percent of the vote to avoid a runoff next month between the top two vote getters. I'm trial Snyder. And you're listening to NPR news. US special envoy for North Korea has arrived in Seoul, Stephen big and arrived today for talks with South Korean officials. He's also expected to meet with North Korean negotiators during his three-day. Visit last week President Trump said he will likely announce where and win a second summit will take place with North Korea's leader during Tuesday's state of the union address union representing auto workers in Canada will be running an ad during today's Super Bowl. Dan, carpenter reports uniform wants Canadian and American consumers to boycott General Motors vehicles built in Mexico. It's the latest as in the union campaign to pressure. The automaker to reverse its decision to close an assembly plant in Oshawa Ontario at the end of the year. GM also plans to close several US plants and shift production to Mexico uniform president Jerry says consumers who may want to buy a GM products should look at the vehicle identification number. I if it begins with the three that it was made in Mexico, and they shouldn't by. So far efforts by the union as well as Canadian lawmakers have failed to persuade GM to change its plan to shutter the plant with the loss of about twenty six hundred unionized jobs. The union says it's prepared to continue the fight warning GM if it wants to sell in Canada then build in Canada for NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter. Chuck in Toronto. We're castor say,.
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"Authority. China's warning Canada grave consequences of a senior tech executive is not released after being detained for more than a week. But as Dan carpenter reports Ottawa's suggesting that threats won't work because it's the courts not
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"Management maintenance. And we'll be working also with environmental groups, save really, I think everybody's seen the light. Governor Brown is a climate change advocate. But he said now is the time to pull together the death toll in California's campfires now reached seventy six and NPR's. Frank Morris reports a number of those unaccounted force climbed as well. The death. Toll keeps creeping up as crews methodically searched the vast burn area the unaccounted for list is far more fluid and Buchanan sheriff Corey Honey had some good news about that Saturday night. As of today, we have accounted for seven hundred and fourteen individuals who were pre. Listed on the unaccounted persons less. This number has increased by three hundred eighty five today, all the people who've turned up okay are more than offset by the climbing number of those unaccounted for deputies continue to pore over records of calls taken at the height of the blaze and now list one thousand two hundred seventy six people missing for NPR news. I'm Frank Morris in Chico, California. Florida's almost done was state mandated recounts and Republicans leading in the US Senate race and won the governor's mansion then had a reports from member station W FSU despite dozens of lawsuits two recounts have changed. Little governor. Rick Scott, leads incumbent Democrat Bill Nelson in the US Senate race by more than twelve thousand six hundred votes and Republican Ron to Santa's endorsed by president. Donald Trump is governor elect Florida Democrats were able to pick up a statewide seat and incoming agriculture Commissioner, Nikki freed an advocate for medical marijuana. Official. Returns are due today. Hey from county canvassing boards, the state canvassing commission meets Tuesday to certify results for NPR news. I'm Lynn Hatter in Tallahassee leaders meeting at an Asian economic summit in Papua New Guinea have for the first time failed to agree on a formal. Written declaration summit has been overshadowed by tensions between the US and China as the BBC's Krishna was funny reports APEC summit so typically choreographed and orchestrated events. So it's highly unusual that the leaders haven't been able to release their traditional communique at the end of this summit deep divisions on trade are behind the impasse. Beijing and Washington have both fought to promote their own visions for APEC nations, the summit has taken place against the backdrop of the U S China trade war, and they had been hopes that this meeting would ease tensions between the world's two economic superpowers. Instead, the two countries traded Bob's, and the summit appears to have reinforced major ideological differences. This is NPR news. President Trump was in California touring wildfire damage he told reporters that his administration will soon release a report on the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal kashogi he told he I'd rather he called media reports on a CIA assessment blaming the Saudi Crown prince has premature of State Department says the US government has not made a final conclusion the backlog of asylum seekers in Canada were waiting for a decision on their case has ballooned. Dan, carpenter reports government statistics show, the number has reached more than twenty eight thousand the numbers continue to grow despite fewer claimants over the third quarter compared to last year, and despite a recent boost in government staffing and resources statistics show that only sixteen hundred claims were finalized over the same period. Ottawa had pledged more than seventy million dollars over two years in the spring budget to deal with the backlog of refugee claims many of them were described as irregular migrants who have crossed illegally from. In the US into Canada when refugee claims from other groups are included the total backlog is more than sixty four thousand and on average refugees who arrive in Canada must wait nearly two years before there's a final decision on their claims for NPR news and Dan carpenter.
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"Yeah. They sure do time now for some love hate, Matthew. We begin a week. So Keith, you're pointing at me, what did you find what we were talking about? Yeah. Jog my memory as soon as I looked it up. It was at the end of the first half of a game. Richard Sherman jumps offsides. Runs into Dan carpenter again carpenter that was it. And then so they called the offsides. But they didn't call the running. Roughing the kicker, right? But because carpenter was hurt yet to sit a play. So they spiked the ball, you know, right to get to get back to get back on the field. They make the field goal, but they get called for delay of game. Mrs fifty four yarder. Oh, and you know, why I feel like there was some sort of clock malfunction like it was just like the lamb game was kind of bologna like they shouldn't have started the hawk as soon as they should. They should have reset. I think they should have reset the clock. Right. Oh. And just you know. Yeah. It was a mess. They didn't. They reset the clock. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. And that game. And I think they ended up losing that game. It was the final score. Yeah. It was a close game. They had a chance at the end. But right in the blues, right? And had they had the field goal had. They had the Dan carpenter field goals thirty one twenty five twenty five, but it would have been thirty one twenty eight. So they could've kicked a field goal to right, right? So the whole thing. So anyway, just goes to show that you know, whatever cheating refs and Seahawks. That's obvious. That's what it is the fixes in that much is clear. No, I'm I'm joking about all that. Obviously, I'm joking about it. But it has it has seemed like in primetime games in Seattle. Some wacky stuff has happened field. Yeah. It always seems to get weird. Let's now go to love hate for week Levin. It'll be up later on today. Oh, it's up already not cool. Keith Lipscomb, working overtime. It's up out. Now. ESPN dot com. Yeah. That's right. There is astonishing right there. I'm sorry. You you listen to doing the pre show meeting and your love hit columnists Before for the. the? To say that assay credible. Thank you. That's so awesome. Well, when I when when the, you know, the company finally gave me Wednesdays off. I don't do the TV show. I don't do the podcast on Wednesday. So I get to actually right. And so that's that's the that's results. When I when I'm not starting my at like five o'clock, it only took forty eight years to get. I know I know, but versus pays off it it certainly does. And anyway, so I think this one's a good one too. By the way, talk a little bit about Stanley and and his life. Yeah. I think I think you will enjoy it even even if you're not a fan of Stanley, and I don't know who isn't a fan of family, but I digress. A little bit. But my yesterday during your mind, I'll go. Yeah. Now, my sit down interview was with Anderson the spider Silva. Oh, sure mayors and. Yeah. And that NBA. Yeah. But he was very sad by the death of Stanley because he was inspired by the comic book hero Spiderman his hero. So there's a lot of a lot of love for Stanley going around this week. So look love the let's talk about some players that make love hate we begin with that Prescott. Who we've had quite a few conversations about this week on the podcast. But again, Matthew the matchup is so good..
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"Jewish communities across Canada held vigils rallies through the week to commemorate the victims for NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter in Toronto. And from Washington. You're listening to NPR news. Christian group concerned about the lack of civility in the nation's political discourse is handing out books to each member of congress, urging them not to deepen is her opponents NPR's Tom Johnson says group is concerned about what it caused the insanity and chaos and political rhetoric. The books are being hand delivered on Capitol Hill by a team from the public policy. Arm of the southern Baptist convention. Travis was how the group's vice president says the goal is to get members of congress to show some respect for each other one of the drivers of the broken this in our national conversation is a belief that people who we don't agree with actually have bad motives, and they're trying to destroy the country rather than accepting that we simply have different visions of the good life. The books have Christian point of view. One message. Christians don't have the option of hating their neighbor just because their neighbor is wrong at the voting booth. Tom altered NPR news Washington early results from today's. Independence referendum in the French South Pacific territory of New Caledonia suggest voters favor keeping ties with France. The AP says results from the French High Commissioner are in for two hundred two of the two hundred eighty four polling stations with a no vote leading voters turned out in large numbers today. Some polling stations are said to have remained open later than planned because of long lines. Italian officials say at least ten people have been killed on the island of Sicily by strong storms, bringing the death toll
Controversial debate featuring Steve Bannon interrupted by protesters in Canada
"Hundreds of protesters turned out in Toronto Canada last night, trying to stop a debate that featured former White House advisor, Steve. Bannon a dozen people were arrested the protesters delayed the event, but Dan carpenter reports. It eventually went ahead. Police used batons and on at least one occasion pepper spray against the hundreds of protesters who tried to disrupt those waiting to attend. The debate two officers were slightly injured during the scuffles. Many of the protesters booed and jeered at the attendees and held up placards with the slogans refugees are welcome and human rights are not up for debate inside the. The downtown concert hall. Former White House strategist Steve Bannon described the poster boy for white supremacy faced off against conservative commentator. David Frum over whether the future of western politics as populist, not liberal the event part of the Munk debates was announced days after Bannon was dropped from a list of speakers at the New Yorker festival that came after threats of
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"News in Washington. I'm Barbara Klein tropical storm. Florence is moving slowly across the Carolinas unleashing catastrophic flooding. NPR's Windsor. Johnston reports the storm is blamed for at least five deaths and has left hundreds of people. Stranded. Rescue operations are ongoing as Florence continues to dump torrential rain on the Carolinas. The storm is left many
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"Were arrested during Labor Day protests. Illinois state police say they were cited for trying to shut down. Interstate ninety critics say the mayor isn't doing enough to fight poverty, and to invest in minority neighborhoods. This is NPR news from Washington. A new survey suggests most people in Canada would support a complete ban on handguns. There has Dan carpenter reports. The results come amid rising gun violence in the country. Especially in major cities. The nano survey was conducted for the TV news network. It showed that fifty eight percent of Canadians would support an outright ban on handguns while another nineteen percent would somewhat support it only ten percent opposed the ban Ottawa's under pressure from local politicians city councillors in Toronto want to ban the sale of hand guns and ammunition within city limits that after a mass shooting in the city in July left, two people dead and twelve wounded Montreal councillors, what even more a countrywide ban on handguns and assault rifles. The federal government in Ottawa acknowledges that concerns in the Senate would consider any possible measures to reduce gun violence and organized crime for NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter can Toronto the Taliban say the founder of Afghanistan Sakani network has died after years of poor health. Militants organized by Jalal dean economy are blamed by the us military and Afghan security forces for some of the deadliest bombings in Afghanistan. Over the past decade. The group was organized in the nineteen seventies. Researchers in Brazil said they still don't know the extent of losses after fire swept through the national museum in Rio. It contained twenty million historical and scientific artifacts. It's the largest such collection in Latin America, I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington. It's five thirty three. It's K Q E D public radio of the next fresh air. We'll hear from Colorado, bro. He who grew up in a tribal region of Pakistan. Her mother was forced into marriage at the age of nine holidays. Cousin was the victim of an honor killing holiday was the first girl in her village to go to school, her new memoir, I should have honor is about her childhood and has she became a.
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"Packing meek and mild only to attack the us at a news conference dan carpenter chuck reports at trump tweeted that he will not endorse the group's final statement hours after he left the summit trump denounced trudeau's criticism of the steel and aluminum tariffs he said based on trudeau statements during his final news conference and the fact that candidate is charging massive tariffs to us farmers workers in companies he told his representatives not to endorse the final communique and look at automobiles flooding the us market is not clear what trump's tweets will leave the latest attempts to find trade peace but trudeau's office says the prime minister has said nothing he hasn't said before to trump in his final communique trudeau had said there was broad agreement on twenty eight items including local trade artificial intelligence middleclass growth innovation girls education and defending democracies from foreign threats for npr news i'm dan carpenter check in toronto the russian president vladimir putin says he's ready to meet with president trump putin spoke today at a regional summit in china saying he agrees trump's concerned about a renewed arms race he was also asked about president trump suggested that russia should have a seat at the seven table saying russia did not choose to leave the seven and would be happy to host the group in moscow russia was pushed following pushed out following the annexation of crimea for years ago search and rescue operations ongoing in guatemala after the massive volcanic eruption npr's windsor johnston reports on more than one hundred people dead nearly two hundred others remained missing waco volcano exploded one week ago burying villages with thick ash and molten lava since then volunteers have been working to provide medicine water and food to thousands of survivors now living in shelters golda avera with world vision guatemala says mental health professionals are also counseling families left devastated by the eruption we have.
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"Live from npr news in washington i'm korva coleman police in toronto's say they're preparing for a lengthy investigation into yesterday's van attack ten people were killed and fifteen injured some critically when a van crashed into pedestrians on a busy sidewalk in north toronto dan carpenter reports the suspect is in custody security officials say the attack is likely an isolated incident a twenty five year old man has been arrested after a van plowed into pedestrians on a busy sidewalk the suspect has been identified as alec minassian of richmond hill just north of toronto he had no police record in a are still trying to determine a motive public safety minister ralph goodale says for now the repairs to be no risk to national security dan carpenter check reporting from toronto the man accused of killing four people in tennessee waffle house over the weekend has been caught it's believed he worked alone but julia martinelli of member station w p l n reports the suspect's father in illinois might face federal charges the suspects illinois firearms license was suspended last year after he was arrested for breaching a secure area near the white house at that time state authorities made him give up his four weapons including the air fifteen rifle houston in the shooting over the weekend there were handed over to his father who promise not to give them back but did atf agent marcus watson says that could open up the suspect's father for prosecution transfer weapons is prohibited so i could potentially be abolished and federal law some tennessee lawmakers have already begun working on.
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"Npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly republicans on the house intelligence committee say they've finished interviewing witnesses and put together a draft report on their investigation into russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential race here's npr's ryan lucas committee republicans say they found no evidence of collusion between the trump campaign and russia they also say that russia interfered in the election but they say moscow did not intend to help trump win that of course contradicts the assessment of us intelligence agencies democrats are to be briefed on the findings later today special counsel robert muller's investigation is continuing canadian prime minister justin trudeau says he's eager to reach a deal with the us and mexico on a renegotiated north american free trade agreement as dan carpenter report streto spoke by phone yesterday with president trump turtles call came on a day he gave television interviews to american networks and toured aluminum and steel factories in canada he said he raised the issue of tariffs with president trump adding that they would have hurt the us as much as canada and would have made it harder to get a deal on nafta he also praised from for keeping a promise made at last year's g seven that canada would get an exemption on steel and aluminum tariffs president trump heads to southern california today he'll be in san diego this afternoon to examine eight prototypes for a wall to be built along the us mexico border each is thirty feet tall i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington and i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york good morning the state senate investigations committee is launching an inquiry into a city program that pays a year of rent for homeless people who move out of the city the investigation comes after broome county officials complained about homeless new yorkers relocating to their community state senator terrence murphy is chairman of the committee he says mayor de blasio should notify upstate officials about the program about calling up a place and working out something with them and full disclosure of saying listen i'm interested in helping me out with the with my homeless population.
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"A deal with the us and mexico on a renegotiated north american free trade agreement as dan carpenter reports through dose spoke by phone yesterday with president trump trudeau's call came on a day he gave television interviews to american networks and toured aluminum and steel factories in canada he said he raised the issue of tariffs with president trump adding that they would have hurt the us as much as canada and would have made it harder to get a deal on nafta he also praised trump for keeping a promise made at last year's g seven that canada would get an exemption on steel and aluminum tariffs president trump heads to southern california today he'll be in san diego this afternoon to examine eight prototypes for a wall to be built along the us mexico border each is thirty feet tall i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington on the next fresh air we talk with investigative journalists michael isikoff and david corn author of the new book russian roulette the inside story of putin's war on america and the election of donald trump they've both broken key stories about trump and the trump campaign's ties with russia join us fresh air ears this afternoon at one and again this evening at seven i'm anne nelson in mexico some deportees are training to become software engineers them in the big effort to learning second have a better life for me and my family to hear that story plus an update on preparations as southern california prepares for president trump's i is it to the state since taking office tune into the california report on morning edition with john sepulvado reporting from the border and the california report is first up at five fifty one here on kqedorg speaking of the president's visit today we will have a special on k q e d trump's border wall and it'll be at noon from k q e and also k pbs president as you know making his first trip to california as president today donald trump will see prototypes for building a border wall and will attend to fundraiser in beverly hills join senior politics editor scott schafer for analysis and live reports from both sides of the.
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"And its fourth down i don't know that that's a field goal attempt that may be go ford on fourth or johnny hecker tried to keep him inside the ten because i don't think anybody knows eyes watching him during a practice any seemed to have ranged but it was it was spotty i'm not sure you line that guy up for a fifty yard field goal or if it's certainly not a 55 yard field goal but it line charge shouldn't there be some a little bit of in fossil we trust here if he had if he if he bread ten kickers in any settled on fixing and fussell's been so good in every other area yup dj say well he knows what he's doing hopefully that you know he pick the right guy i'm surprised somebody was zero nfl experiences thing that scares me is zero nfl experience that's that's unborn and by the way somebody who hasn't kicked in two years in in his first who kicks were disaster eddie miss an extra point mr fills ogle johnny hecker is the one who played a big role in choosing him he thought he was the best there were a couple of veterans like dan carpenter was one of the guys they called in who kicked for a million years in the league but they go with this kid from penn state who has never kicked in the nfl before and i'm telling ya if it's a little bit like.
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"The fourth round of bargaining for a new continental trade deal for canada the us duties on softwood lumber have you have to be resolved and now the punitive three hundred percent duties against canadian aircraft maker bombarded have added another major trade irritant canadian officials had expected difficult talks but the foreign affairs ministers described the trump administration as the most protectionist since the 1930s trudeau will begin tuesday on wednesday meeting with a full gathering of the house of representatives ways and means committee key us lawmakers with special power over trade he will then go to the white house for an afternoon get together with president trump on thursday he travels to mexico city for npr news i'm dan carpenter controlled we now turn to eastern congo to united nations peacekeepers have been killed and pierce ada peralta reports ugandan rebels are believed to be responsible for the deaths the united nations says ugandan rebels attacked a peacekeeping base in cuba who in the eastern part of the democratic republic of congo the rebels killed two tanzanian peacekeepers and injured several others un spokesman stefan dujarric says the injured were flown out and the peacekeepers repelled the attack he says the allied democratic forces were likely behind the attack the group a mix of opposition in this lawless forces formed in uganda but moved to congo were it could operate more freely over the weekend the adf also attacked mortar taxis and clashed with congolese forces in a proper npr news they ruby at last check on wall street the dow jones industrial average was up fifty points to twenty two thousand eight hundred ten the nasdaq was up slightly at sixty five eighty and the sp 500 has climbed four point sits at twenty five forty eight this is npr news from kqed news i'm brian watt the trump administration has approved governor jerry brown request for federal help in dealing with the out of.
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"Npr news i'm dan carpenter kurato a moderate earthquake has knocked out power and rattled residents in central oklahoma the us geological survey says wednesday's four point two magnitude tremor was felt as far away as kansas and taxes joe words prepared this report no major damage or injuries were reported but residents in communities north of oklahoma city said the earthquake cracked floors and walls and not household items off shelves encounters local police departments fielded hundreds of nine one one calls earthquakes used to be rare in oklahoma but seismic activity has surged in recent years scientists linked the quake boom to the widespread oil industry practice of pumping waste fluid into underground disposal wells the frequency of the earthquakes has tapered off a bit since state regulators imposed restrictions on those wells for npr news i'm joe words in oklahoma city you're listening to npr news from washington from cake we de news i'm penny nelson berkeley's taking steps towards becoming the first city in the east bay crackdown on housing voucher discrimination the city council decided last week to consider a law that would make it illegal for landlords to refuse to rent to low income tenants solely because they receive housing subsidies housing care span angeles christina murphy works with section eight recipients in berkeley she says the city needs to consider the resources necessary to enforce the law we all know.