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"Couldn't reveal the secret of our future. A recent events a warning that we are approaching judgment. How much time do we have? Left? Author Jonathan Khan releases the book that reveals what could not be revealed until now. His newest New York Times best seller, the Harbinger to the return and barking and epic Journey to uncover the mysteries and revelations that are changing the world and will change your life available online and we're ever find books are sold. From the New York Times. I'm Michael Bavaro, and this is the daily Today. The presidential election occurred two full weeks ago. But now there are questions of voter fraud. My colleague so hand over a polyp on the claims of deception, vote harvesting and the manipulation of our democracy. Which is a democracy and not a republic. It's Tuesday, November 17th..

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02:31 min | 1 year ago

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"To K C R w I'm Larry Pepperell. Next time on all things considered Joe Biden said he plans to tackle police reform and climate change, but without a solid Democratic majority Senate What should we expect? Also, large crowds have taken to the streets in Poland to protest further restrictions on abortion, planned by the government and singer Adrian Linker of the band. Big Thief talks about her new solo albums, plus local news, weather and traffic. It's all things considered from NPR and Casey are W. A Tuesday edition start. 23 Four years ago, the polls showed Donald Trump doing really well among voters out free and had too few of them. This year, the Poles had the right number of white voters would agree. But they showed Joe Biden doing way better among this group that he actually did. I'm Michael Bavaro. That's today on the data from The New York Times. Live from NPR News in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone, the nation's health and human services secretary, says it is possible that the government could begin Cove in 19 vaccine injections on a limited scale as soon as December. Secretary Alice A. Zara's urging Pfizer to submit its interim cove in 19 vaccine to health regulators quickly. Other public health experts and President elect Joe Biden are cautioning it will be many more months before widespread vaccination is available. Daley knew US cases topped 100,000 for the sixth straight day at a press conference in Wilmington, Delaware. Today, the president elect commented on the refusal of President Trump to concede the 2020 election. The majority of the people who voted for the president, a lot voted for him. Significantly smaller number a lot voted for. I think they understand that we have to come together. I think they're ready to unite. He called Trump's rejection of the election results, quote an embarrassment. Police are expected to be many things, including mental health responders. Now in New York City, officials say social workers will be dispatched to mental health emergencies, not police. NPR's Brian Man reports every three minutes. There's an emergency call in New York City involving someone with a mental health issue, and the first responders are almost always police. Chirlane McCray, the wife of Mayor Bill de Blasio headed a task force developing new approaches to these crisis calls with these mental health teams. We will test the model where.

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04:17 min | 1 year ago

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"Have gotten people to a point where they know that something has to fundamentally change that we can no longer tinker around the edges. But I don't know if we've helped them. Imagine what we have to build in its place. I'm Michael Bavaro. That's coming up on the daily from The New York Times. Live from NPR News. I'm nor Rahm. Numerous countries are coming to the aid of Beirut, a day after a huge explosion killed at least 130 people and injured more than 5000. Israel is offering gestures of sympathy to Lebanon even though the countries are in a state of war. NPR's Daniel Estrin reports. There's no travel or official contact between the countries. But Israel's president, Reuven Rivlin said. We share the pain of the Lebanese people. Israel is offering medical aid the Lebanon is unlikely to accept it. In Tel Aviv City Hall will be lit in the colors of the Lebanese flag, the mayor said. Humanity comes before any conflict that's drawn opposition from the son of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. And a far right. Israeli politicians celebrated the Beirut blasts. Lebanon's president said the explosions were caused by ammonium nitrate unsafely stored that caused Israeli officials to raise alarm about chemicals stored in the Israeli coastal city of Haifa. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem Former deputy Attorney General Sally Yates is urging lawmakers to be vigilant in protecting the upcoming presidential election from foreign interference. And this election year. I hope that we won't lose sight of the very real threat. Jonesbody ongoing effort today for an adversary to Underland are democratic processes and that we will continue to proactively protect The integrity of our elections. She testified today before the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the Russian investigation, led by former special counsel Robert Mueller that the president labeled a witch hunt. Gates told the panel. Obama administration officials did not try to influence the investigation into Michael Flynn, President Trump's former national security adviser. On Wall Street. Today, all the major indexes closed higher. The Dow Jones industrial average rose 373 points. This is NPR news. The Democratic National Committee says the presumptive presidential nominee, Joe Biden, will accept his party's nomination at a virtual convention in his home state of Delaware instead of in Milwaukee because of the Corona virus. President. Trump told Fox News. He might make his acceptance speech from the White House Democrats say that would be wrong to use the People's House for campaign purposes. Government health officials say the corona virus pandemic may have peaked in South Africa. NPR's ater Peralta reports. International zoom Briefing South Africa's health ministers William Keesey put up a big graph that showed Corona virus cases in most regions in the country had been in decline for three weeks. Now. The indications are that the continuing measures are Beginning to bear fruit in case he says it's too early to declare victory. But if indeed the epidemic has peaked in South Africa, it will have been a less severe outbreak than what was predicted. South Africa now has more than half a 1,000,000 cases. But I'm keys. He says that the country's health system has withstood the onslaught later. Peralta NPR NEWS Nairobi Today marks the first anniversary of India's revocation of semi autonomy for its only Muslim majority state, Jammu and Kashmir authorities are imposing a lot down to prevent protests. Local politicians can't leave their homes and businesses are closed. I'm Nora Rahm. You're listening to K C. R w I'm Larry Parole. Next time on all things considered, the NFL is back. We'll have a rundown on how it's working, plus a look at the future of Chinese technology in the U. S post Tic TAC, and last year, President Trump ousted the ambassador to Ukraine, which was one of the incidents that led to his impeachment. Now. Trump's new pic is on Capitol Hill for his confirmation hearing, plus.

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10:25 min | 1 year ago

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"Six years later are these images videos still showing up on some of the largest technology platforms in the world and are the company's doing enough to prevent it I'm Michael Bavaro that's today on the table from the New York times at two thirty on KCRW I'm Michael silver bullet this is booked for minim talking with translators Suzanne Jovin Jessica poem and Katie Lateef John about the promise and forgotten journey by Silvino cumple a novel which is called the promise and the story collection which is called forgotten journey by a tow ring figure in Argentine literature arriving at last in English here you wanna translators of a reminder that most people have not had the opportunity of knowing is so venal about to be a star we hope so you know I think part of that answer builds on the question you asked just a moment ago about was it because the living as a woman that she was overlooked in her time and that's part of it I think another part of it is that she was very uncompromising in her individuality and very very true to herself as a writer and what that meant was that she was going to write what she wanted to write and how she wanted to write it even if it wasn't received in the way that she might have wanted if she was interested in and I think that we're in a moment now where readers may be more ready for Filipino cumple her Sir realism her gothic sensibility and her quick a special way of being cleared to it's not like the typical of you know you can't say it's like lesbian literature of what you know it's sort of it's it's in a more although she'd world of its own she did not believe in fixed identity in any way that's right so it's it's in some ways really the moment for it for Serena mmhm this was not a Wonderful World for the women I mean is civilian day was soon I think mistreated and disregarded Bonnie man who should have known better who should have known better they should have heard some songs and one another seeking with such flagrant disregard for a woman whose life had been very hard same thing in a way yes Sir venal comp boom is adored by many writers company known loved her Borges loved her but they're always making special categories for her not a writer clairvoyant om I think for the she was a very diligent writer who in pursuing for twenty five years the drowning memories of a heroine of over one of the only novel was demonstrating that she handsome thing she wanted to do and she would get it done even if Jeff took her through the completion of it and in these final pages there's no avoiding the narrator if not Johnny's drowns disappears is swallowed on my V. in a bowl three ring circus of her memory the going to hear a selection from the novel the promise by Silvino cumple I began my itinerary of memories with names and even biographical descriptions down to the last detail of people I had known in my life naturally they didn't emerge from my memory in chronological order or in the pecking order of my feelings for them but instead appeared in a capricious way the last with the first and the first with the last as if my mind couldn't obey the dictates of my heart in my memory some people appeared without a name others were ageless others from a time when I didn't know them others without the certainty that they were real people and not ghosts or inventions of my imagination I didn't recall the eyes of some of them the hands of others and in the case of others their hair their height their voice in a way like Scheherazade to king Shahriyar I told stories to death so that it would spare my life and my images stories that seems to never end I will try to reconstruct in these pages the order or disorder that I constructed with such difficulty in my mind from the moment in which I glimpsed in the water as if through a glass window a sea turtle resembling the Taylor although being dome which made me recalled through whimsical association of ideas might in a donkey behind the window of fruit store who like him at a beauty mark on her left cheek I began to enumerate and to describe people muddied a donkey the fruit cellar was the first to appear involuntarily before me in my memory blonde fair skinned and jittery she would come to the door of the fruit shop whenever is passing by with my brother to wink at him her breasts were like at large fruits overflowing a decal it today and my brother would pause to look at her but what am I saying not at her but at her breasts and not at the navel oranges which were very expensive we're hearing voices in June the vene and Jessica Powell reading from their translation of the promise by sue vino combo now obviously as my listeners can hear there's a great deal of merriment and laughter that you're sharing with this writer and I would say that she has very original sense of humor yes can you attempt to describe the it's tricky she is very ironic then I think that's very true but with a with a lot of humor obviously about her irony I think I mean just the fact that she told the story about William Carlos Williams he wrote to her out desperate to translate her is that you know I I really I didn't write him back because to me he I thought he might have been some really minor Brazilian singer of of a sambas so I feel a little embarrassed you know but first she really probably knew who he was and she was just too embarrassed and **** Robinson problem of writing to this terrible slowness of the submergence it begins with William Carlos Williams doing the translation of one poem in what was a paperback magazine called New World writing it was a very good magazine at the time most of the interesting riders peered in it and we Karlos Williams is a poet was also would translator who knew a good deal of Spanish and soon this one's for a very long time the only little bit fragment of Silvina combo that we had in English what came next how did she made her way into the consciousness of North America and this is important because Covino as you were mentioning to me before to the homeland phone tree of woe compost worries in Italian did he do the translation I think probably did yeah four yeah he was he left her me they were very close friends I mean you know dear friends really and he and his wife often visited them of joy in Selena in in Argentina yeah so there was as because his wife was Argentine so that was the connection so we were the list as usual to get the news and then the proudest of receiving it but the I mean I think in the sense she started to be recognized when again there was a consciousness raising about women writers in in academe among publishers and this starts a sort of little by little start to happen in the seventies but I don't think it really flourished until maybe you know twenty years later but I mean I I mean I did for example I was trying to sell her to publishers way back then in the seventies to do an anthology of short stories and I was told often these are you know anthologies of short stories don't sell well and they were they would prefer a novel so that was one of the issues with Silvina she did not have novels with again bore he's also the problem so right and I am in carver didn't fulls so venal cumple is the writer of brilliant and beautiful short stories that we're just starting to get to know today I have been speaking to three of the recent translators of serving all cumple su sensual Levin known usually is Joel Levine translator of or at least forty volumes of translations from the Spanish to co translators and students of June Levin's Jessica panel and Katie Lateef John thank you all for joining me this was a real pleasure I hope my listeners will remember the name so venal cumple because she's the next writer you should be reading if should is a word.

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02:05 min | 1 year ago

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"Here comes out yeah parts hi hi have you got to stay have a caucus I think people say on here I don't know something we set out here exactly so this is set the scene of its four PM or in the morning and not two and a half hours I was start having these talks locations around the state we're gonna give same and I want to talk about how this is going to work so can you just give me a quick primer on this particular tool of American democracy the caucus will call your tool democracy is generous in the view of some people it is not a secret ballot this is not something where people take ten minutes in the middle there work day go vote and then returned to their desk this is an in person out in the open exercise of demonstrating your public support for a candidate the way this works literally physically and practice is there are hundreds of pre designated caucus locations around the state and around seven PM local people show up at these locations and they're asked to gather themselves into groups according to which candidate there supporting they do that there is an assessment made about which candidate has fifteen percent of the support in the room and which candidates do not hit that threshold of support when people refer to the threshold that's what they're talking about fifteen percent support out the caucus side of everybody in the room fifty percent of everybody who showed up that's right if you haven't hit that fifteen percent threshold your candidate does not qualify to get delegates and then the voting goes to a second round where you get to reallocate yourselves to candidates who did hit the fifteen percent threshold so if you go in there expecting to caucus for Alex burns and Alex burns in the first round only has nine percent of the people in the room supporting him highly possible entirely possible he's not super popular in Iowa you can reallocate your support to somebody else in the room perhaps Michael Bavaro who just barely cleared the threshold at sixteen and a half percent so what might be the impact of.

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05:30 min | 2 years ago

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"Don't don't do it I'm Michael Bavaro that's coming up on the day from the New York times you'll hear that story on the daily in five minutes but first from KPCC news I'm Nick Roman with the stories we're covering at seven thirty downtown LA's Saint Vincent Medical Center one of the oldest hospitals in Los Angeles is about to shut its doors the story from KPCC is Robert Grover the owner of Saint Vincent Verity health system filed for bankruptcy in twenty eighteen since then efforts to sell the hospital of phone through now bankruptcy judges approved verities request to close the hospital which employs more than a thousand people that includes Christine Chung she says she's worked at Saint Vincent as a registered nurse for thirteen years not a retail store where they can't just decide to close down the next day in the hospital that has responsibility and accountability to the community provide the services they need it's not clear exactly when the doors will close doctors have been given until the end of April to vacate their offices Verity says existing Saint Vincent patients will continue to receive care Intel they're just charged or can be safely transferred to nearby hospitals it says there are eight in the area they can handle emergencies it's also unclear how many employees will lose their jobs the company said it will hold a job fair for staff affected by the closure head of the California nurses association says she expects Saint Vincent's nurses will be able to find new jobs I'm Robert Kuroda governor Gavin Newsom wants to hire more state firefighters and do more to protect low income communities from wildfires he's put two billion dollars to do both in the budget proposal and he'll send to state lawmakers tomorrow is office tells the AP that the plan is to hire five hundred fifty five more firefighters over the next five years that would push California's firefighting force to well above forty three hundred riverside county's western municipal water district serves twenty three thousand customers from Merrill llama south to the mountains east of to macula it once the customers right in the middle near lake Matheus to limit their water use for the next ten days western municipal says it's got a repair a water treatment plant the work should be done by January nineteenth the Orange County school of the arts has been a charter school understanding and a unified for about twenty years now but the middle and high school is having trouble renewing its charter for five more years we told you a little bit about this yesterday and we have an update today from K. P. C. C.'s Carla hobby err the past nine months of intense invoices lawsuits boardroom battles and district reports calling out she practices which staff said could discourage Santa Anna's more disadvantaged students from attending the famous art school by the way OSHA disputes those reports method it's an claims but even after all that sent any device board did still approve OSHA's charter renewal last month with the condition that ocean makes the changes a district called out in reports ocean founder executive director baffle P. six says it's retaliation for a lawsuit the school filed against the district last year in a dispute over special education funding it's bullying it's harassment in again we've enjoyed a collaborative positive open relationship with sand and unified school district for nineteen half years and that all changed I phones Jimenez as Santa Ana unified deputy superintendent says it's not retaliation its oversight and I know the charters don't always like it because the past practice has been here that pretty much the charters were left alone they still haven't been able to agree on the conditions for renewal thing is oceans current charter runs out by July citing the appeals process the school turned to the County Board of education to see if they will authorize oceans charter for the next five years instead next step the County Board will hold a public hearing and Santana I'm Carla heavier Taiwanese officials say about a thousand Taiwanese citizens from southern California are flying west across the Pacific to vote in the island nation's presidential election tomorrow we get details from KPCC is does he want it took to win the NB a line the popular messaging app in Taiwan Lou that's where the lawyer from Torrance is right now wailing for the reelection of president tying one with eighty others from LA president Thai campaigns on keeping democratic Taiwan independent from communist China which Yang supports seeing how tie one enjoys our own freedom and Janice scared Taiwan's consular officials estimate some six thousand ex pats from LA have gone back to vote on the island many of dual citizenship Herman Chatham torn says he would return to if he had just started a new job the portfolio manager backs the president's rival hung will you who wants warmer relations with China that doesn't mean I want to be a part of the people Republic of China is a strong country just next to us chance says Taiwan's uncertain future and his loved ones who are still there I would keep him so invested I'm Joseph Wong Megan when leader Martinez for balcony and to our our producers to we now handles the sound I'm Nick Roman in the Steve Julian studio time for the daily seven thirty five times this is the today the story of Harvey Weinstein was a story of patterns dozens of women more than eighty all telling a very.

Michael Bavaro Nick New York times
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"Panel discussions and many talks by US and French thought leaders space is limited reserve tickets at NHM dot org Megan what should we make of the show's experience from all the people who had been watching so many women come forward with allegations against Harvey Weinstein it shows how difficult it is to turn stories into criminal charges I'm Michael Bavaro that's today on the data from the New York times at two thirty on KCRW this is just I'm so this this and somebody you break and then come back again because what once was paying.

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03:36 min | 2 years ago

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"Michael Bavaro that's coming up on the daily from the New York times line from NPR news in Culver city California I'm doing a lease account tell after two days of dangerous clashes with American security forces at the US embassy in Baghdad Iranian backed militia fighters and their supporters are no longer camped in front of the American compound the Pentagon sent more marines to protect US personnel there and today military officials said there is sufficient combat power at the embassy Turkey's parliament voted today for the country to intervene militarily in Libya the north African country's government in Tripoli is facing a rebel uprising backed by Russia as a jury bus Karen reports Turkey's ruling party and its allies have voted in favor of a measure to send troops to support the Libyan government three opposition parties voted against the measure this comes as Turkey has expanded its footprint in Syria Egypt's foreign ministry has condemned the move saying new foreign interference in Libya could negatively affect the stability of the Mediterranean almost three hundred civilians have died in Libya in the past year many of them in air strikes printer news and Jerry was Karen inestimable Austria's new coalition government to will include the greens the conservatives won the election held there in September but needed a partner to form a government is Carrie sky reports from Vienna the coalition deals sees a major swing to the left in Austrian politics conservatively disinvest includes campaigned on right wing anti immigration and low tax policies but with the far right Freedom Party tainted by scandal and the social Democrats refusing to govern with him he had to negotiate with the greens both sides have compromised but hinting at future policies could says it's possible to reduce taxes and quote the college lies the tax system lance Karrie skydiving reporting at the close of Wall Street today the Dow was up three hundred thirty points you are listening to NPR Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau is promising an ambitious plan to eliminate his country's greenhouse gas emissions but his government must first decide whether to approve a new project that critics say is incompatible with those goals Dan Koppen Chuck reports Trudeau once Canada to be a net zero greenhouse gas emitter by twenty fifty but pressure to approve the major new oil sands project is getting in his way a federal provincial review of the more than twenty billion dollar tech from to your mind in Alberta has already given conditional approval saying it was in the national interest it's expected to create about seven thousand jobs and generate sixty seven billion dollars in tax revenues for auto wah and Alberta but the review panel says it will also be a significant producer of greenhouse gases critics say to those decision will signal just how serious he is about cutting emissions meanwhile Burda warns that if Trudeau rejects the project the oil and gas sector in Canada will have no future for NPR news and Dan carbon check in Toronto Australia's prime minister Scott Morrison says he's not surprised that locals in towns devastated by wildfires are feeling quote very raw he visited a coastal town in southern New South Wales and was and was greeted by angry residents criticizing him for not sending enough equipment to help contain the fires eve fire officials said at least three hundred eighty one homes have been destroyed along the new south coast wheels coast I'm too ugly psych hotel NPR news.

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04:09 min | 2 years ago

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"Time the New York times I'm Michael Bavaro today today the United States house of representatives has impeached president trump for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress my colleague Lisa challenge on the story of how a fractious Democratic Party which started the year divided on peach ultimately United around it's the first December nineteen and how far are we from Holly thirty five miles from the home so we are headed to the home of commercial Melissa socket to resist want him has a lead of more than two thousand votes against Republican incumbent Mike Fisher she is a moderate Democrat who won her seat strict that was a Republican districts of the only she flipped a red district internet blue in twenty eighteen and in doing so she help Democrats win back the house way we wait I swept Democrats into power hi the moment she gets in the office people like her she had to leave the Congress woman who represents a district just to the south here we just drove through they're saying that the findings of the rush and Corey merit impeachment and Slotkin is not having any this is from congresswoman swapped into Michigan impeachment is not what people are coming up to me in the grocery store and talking to me about how they want she is skeptical of that supposed to have it's not part of a political brands to want to impeach the president and then all the sudden the whistle blower for comes out and she reads and and she's very trouble and she and a handful of her moderate swing district democratic house colleagues ran out then the washing clothes calling for impeachment inquiry they write we have devoted our lives to the service and security of our country now we enjoyed as a unified and their voice carries a tremendous amount of weight because they're moderates because they help win back the house for Democrats and shortly afterwards house speaker Nancy Pelosi opens an impeachment inquiry I'm announcing house of representatives moving forward the official impeachment inquiry must be held accountable no one and right away it's clear that there are political consequences for stock and I am going to wait for them to look at that issue I'm going to do what I was trying to we went to town halls in our district and just listens as constituents held at her with questions about why she was doing two months ago by the impeachment inquiry unfolds hearings happen a report is filed and now she has to make a decision she gonna vote to impeach the president question about not expressed well we're going directly for doing it I think it's okay and they were a little early in the we are arriving its lock ins house in the middle of these final hours of deliberation for her on impeachment she is told our constituents she's gonna announcer decision on Monday morning we are talking to her on Sunday right hi hi Lisa.

Michael Bavaro New York United States
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01:30 min | 2 years ago

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"Apple presenting the golden globe and SAG nominated the morning show exploring the lives of the people who wake America up in the morning stars Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon now streaming on apple TV plus in the apple TV app I mean all these years later you kind of have these like your direction either either say it was all worth it that we were fighting for something that was important and worth my friends are friends lives or you start you know in a part and looking at everything I'm Michael Bavaro that's today on the data from the New York times at two thirty on KCRW this is press why I Madeline brand vehicle little fellow now and open the door sure what Joe Pesci the actor in home alone but when Joe Pesci is not starring in holiday classics and Martin scorcese gangster flicks he is in the recording studio working on his jazz career she has been making.

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07:21 min | 2 years ago

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"The warrior queen of Jhansi the true story of India's around the of Jhansi who became a feminist symbol of resistance in theaters Friday and by American public media from New York times I'm Michael Bavaro this is the the Supreme Court begins hearing arguments about whether the trump administration active legal when it tried to shut down doc on why the outcome of the case may turn on a small act of rebellion by one of the president's own it's Tuesday November twelfth how exactly did Dhaka become the subject of a Supreme Court case well since president trump was a candidate I will immediately terminate president Obama's illegal executive order on immigration immediately he campaigned basically saying that doc which was this program that Barack Obama created in twenty twelve for on documents people have been brought to the United States as children was illegal he defied federal law and the constitution to give admitting to approximately five million illegal immigrants five he was gonna get rid of it which of course would mean that they would be vulnerable to deportation that's over that's over folks that's all so he came into office saying he was going to do this but actually very quickly started talking very differently about the program when asked about undocumented immigrants who are here in this country right now they're protected a so called dreamers should they be worried they should be very worried they are here illegally they shouldn't be very worried I do have a big heart we're going to take care of everybody and so he was already kind of making noises like maybe he didn't mean what he said on the campaign trail Dhaka is a very very difficult subject for me I will tell you to me it's one of the most difficult subjects and then he kept on talking that way well have a great heart folks were talking about a great love for them you have some absolutely incredible kids I would say mostly and kind of alarm some of his more hardline advisers like Steve Bannon and Steven Miller and Jeff sessions than the Attorney General he had not meant what he had said about being tough on immigration and not meant what it said about being a tougher on enforcement than his predecessors it's a very it's a very very tough subject we're going to deal with doctor with heart so president trump's more hardline advisers the people who want to end Dhaka and ended for good are very concerned that he's been waffling about it publicly they're concerned that he's gonna walk back from even wanting to terminate the program at all so they set a meeting in the Roosevelt room of the White House it's late summer August twenty seventeen they're going to end the program they just have to figure out how and into that room walk someone who is not at all on the same page the acting secretary of homeland security Elaine Duke and who is willing to be on that title I don't think I really remember her name so lane do you is a procurement specialist at the department of homeland security who when John Kelly is picked to be the White House chief of staff all of a sudden unexpectedly becomes the acting secretary she's not a political person she is not a trump loyalist she certainly does not share the same world view on immigration matters as Steven Miller and Jeff sessions and the rest of the people around that table and in fact she has a pretty positive view of immigrants immigration in her free time she sometimes volunteers at as immigrant aid group that's affiliated with the Catholic Church I mean she is just not necessarily on board with this whole plush but as it turns out she is critically important to the discussion that's happening in this room because as acting secretary of homeland security it's her department in the end that carries out the program and it is she who will have to be the one to sign the memo if they're going to end it so what is a lien Duke think this meeting is about what is an extended accomplished she basically thinks this is a meeting to discuss policy options with regard to dock at and as soon as she gets into the room and sits down and the meeting starts she very quickly realizes that this is not that at all she realizes that what this is is basically a procedural ambush and she is the one being ambushed meaning these immigration hardliners have made up their minds and they are looking at her and saying get on board right and two lane Duke she feels under siege because they're essentially saying we're going to end this program and you're gonna be the one to issue the memo killing it and she feels as if she's been offered a choice that she can't make and she's not prepared to make and she basically tells them that she says you know this is my area I am the acting secretary and you're not gonna tell me what to do so what happens what happens afterward is that she is under immense pressure not only from people at the White House but also from people inside her own department who were allies of Steven Miller she's being told that this is an illegal program that is completely unconstitutional and that this administration will never defend it she wants to follow the law and so she says fine I will do it I'm ending the program but ordinarily in a case like this you'd have the secretary of the department that was ending the program I out an extensive memo for all the policy reasons why they were ending this program this memo was much more bare bones it essentially just laid out Jeff sessions declaration that doctor was illegal and unconstitutional such an open ended circumvention of immigration laws was an unconstitutional exercise of authority by the executive branch and said in light of that were in in the program so she leans entirely on a little bit of language from the Attorney General Jeff sessions saying that this is a legal that's it that's right why is this language important it's important because of what it doesn't say and it turns out that the way that Elaine do you wrote this memo was kind of a ticking time bomb that has brought us all the way to this issue of Dhaka being before the Supreme Court today all right back the daily is supported by T..

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"You were going to improve the system so that. can make a complaint even about the present the United States we need to understand the strengths and the weaknesses of the system and this reporting really shows how it almost didn't work. I'm Michael Bavaro that's coming up on the daily from The New York Times. live from NPR news in Culver city California nine to Wayne brown congressional Democrats on Capitol Hill are meeting with several witnesses behind closed doors this week as its impeachment hearings against president trump moves forward a top aide to the president of Ukraine meanwhile says his country is trying to stay out of the middle of the proceedings in Kevin P. R.'s Lucy in chem reports Ukraine sees the trump administration as a key partner in its ongoing fight against Russia backed insurgents in an interview with Ukrainian TV enter your marks and Ukrainians want to stay out of the domestic political fight playing out in Washington and crane continues to view the US as a friend and strategic partner your Mike met with president trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani in August your market city one at that meeting after Giuliani cancel the trip to Kiev saying they were enemies of trump in the news a let's get ministration NPR's Lucy and Kim Vermont senator Bernie Sanders is out with a plan to reduce income inequality one of his key signature issues as NPR's Danielle Kurtz lavine reports Sanders is continuing his fight to win over progressive primary voters Sanders plan would tax corporations based on the ratio of CEO to worker compensation if a C. E. O. receives fifty times what their median worker earns the tax rate for the corporation would go up by half a percent if the ratio is more than five hundred times it would be five percent the Senate campaign said the tax would pay for another proposal of his to eliminate medical that but that the plan is also aimed at incentivizing higher worker pay Sanders in Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren have both offered tax plans to boost taxes on corporations as well as on wealthy Americans Sanders releases the plan as he in Warren continue to fight for liberal voters multiple recent early state polls now show the two senators closely matched and some show Warren has pulled ahead of Sanders Daniel Kurtz Levon NPR news stocks finished higher on Wall Street the Dow gained ninety six points this is NPR. US state department is warning travelers to Tanzania about a recent probable deaths from Ebola. Eisen and has this update the case is a doctor who died in the capital dar es Salaam in early September after having traveled in Uganda that country has a few Ebola cases cross over from its border with Democratic Republic of Congo where a major outbreak is raging unofficial reports have a doctor testing positive for Ebola Tanzanian authorities have steadfastly denied any bullet cases but they haven't shared samples even as additional unofficial reports circulated about others who had come into contact with the doctor and we're starting to fall sick just over a week ago the World Health Organization issued a rare public rebuke to Tanzania now US authorities have added a note on the situation to their travel advisory in Tanzania but they're not counseling travel restrictions you reach Eisenman NPR news California is now the first state opening the way for college athletes to hire agents and make money from endorsement deals the state law signed by governor Gavin Newsom is set to take effect in twenty twenty three against the wishes of the NC a a governor Newsome and others say it's an effort to let players sharing the wealth they create for their schools and he predicted other states will follow suit the NC a a warm the law would give California universities and unfair recruiting. on Wall Street stocks finished higher today the nasdaq added fifty nine points this is NPR. Hey I'm mandalit join me tomorrow on morning becomes eclectic we'll be kicking off the month of October with new songs from broken bells of Paris based sunny Cologne Thomas did bill Herman tude featuring buddy and BJ the Chicago kid plus we'll have an excellent give away for you your chance to see the nomadic musicians from North Africa.

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02:05 min | 2 years ago

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02:49 min | 2 years ago

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"Out how it works from an engineering perspective they didn't understand the real intricacies of how the system worked I'm Michael Bavaro that's today on the data from the New York times at two thirty on KCRW branch joins us in studio to preview press play well hi there well as you just heard the second round begins tonight the democratic debate yeah ten of them off in Detroit we're going to use this opportunity to look at their various healthcare plans because it is a dizzying array of terms like Medicare for all public option at center tetra what each candidate is proposing so on one and you have Bernie Sanders saying get rid of all insurance companies and for years or have a government runs single payer system and on the other hand we have Joe Biden saying hold on a second that is not what is good for the country people like their private insurance let's just try to make obamacare better offer a public option and an opportunity to have a government sponsored plan if you wanted to keep the system as as men senator Harris is somewhere in the middle as well as the other candidates so we're gonna look at all of that and what what they're saying great well I'm glad someone is a little bit confusing that will on the public radio is that reminds me of when the primary is I'm just anxious for the March field to to to sit down it will probably will then out after tomorrow three on it okay we'll see what happens because if there's certain of these candidates are pulling in the one percent to percent range and many of them are and they don't get traction they can't really afford to keep going yeah it feels like we still keep hearing new people just think jumping in that's possible too even now well maybe that's what you'll do do you remember the old thing so I don't think so all right well we look for to that and probably more weight when I'm sick I we've got lots more so we're going to talk about how orange is the new black really redefined television it was only six years ago when it debuted and so much has changed in the world TV and it's really been a revolutionary TV show on many levels around talk about that and we'll talk about Marshawn Lynch the the great football player and how he is you know I don't know if you've seen any of his nine interview never really really cooperates he doesn't answer question now well this this new documentary that takes an interesting tack it looks at him as a political figure and sort of what is not answering questions and not playing the media game as part of a bigger active political resistance when you were sick Michael yeah yeah maybe he just doesn't like boring questions well I think that's that's the reason but but I'm interested to hear more about the documentary.

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03:58 min | 2 years ago

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"I would argue that when you look at all the other ways we could have attempted to integrate our school I think was actually the most effective tool and I think it was because it was so effective but that's why we fought against it so hard because we really didn't want I'm Michael Bavaro that's coming up on the deal from the New York times live from NPR news in Culver city California I'm do a holy site hotel the acting head of the department of homeland security says fewer than one thousand migrant children have been separated from their parents so far this fiscal year NPR's Brian Naylor reports Kevin mac lean is testifying before a house panel today Michael in and says over four hundred fifty thousand family groups have entered the country illegally since last October and that fewer than one thousand children have been separated from their parents for health or safety reasons he also says his agency is looking into the secret Facebook group on which some customs and border protection agents posted racist and anti immigrant statements they've already a place a number of individuals under investigation they've put several on administrative duties they've issued cease and desist letters and they're moving very quickly to hold people accountable for conduct that doesn't meet our standards Michael in and said well numbers of migrants attempting to enter the country illegally have been slightly lower of late there is still an unprecedented crisis at the border Brian Naylor NPR news Washington in New York unveils denied for finance your Jeffrey Epstein who is behind bars on sex trafficking charges a federal judge rejected the defense's request to allow the sixty six year old to be confined his New York mansion while he awaits trial and peers quill Lawrence as he doubted that any bill package could overcome abstains danger to the community judge Richard Berman said that the defendant abstains bail request was quote irredeemably inadequate and he essentially agreed with all of the government's reasoning why obscene should be detained awaiting trial that he is a potential flight risk but the judge said his primary driver for deciding to deny a teen bail was the danger that he still may pose to the community and to other potential victims that's an peers quill Lawrence reporting I'm too ugly psych how temple NPR news in Culver city UNICEF report children are more severely affected by the current Ebola epidemic in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo than in previous outbreaks from Geneva Lisa schline reports children make up a significant number of current cases UNICEF reports children below age five are especially hard hit representing about forty percent of all the bull cases and spokeswoman Rick's Americano says they die an exceptionally high rate of seventy seven percent that's compared with sixty seven percent among the general population which means that young children are at higher risk than adults and so they require specialized attention Mikado since even children who are not infected with the virus need special psychological care she says they often are brutally separated from their parents due to Ebola while others are orphaned from the disease for NPR news I'm Lisa schline in Geneva the hash tag pray for kill ani K. Y. who ani is trending following news that a fire killed at least thirty three people at Kyoto animation a popular Japanese company based in Kyoto some six hours southwest of the capital Tokyo on social media fans are expressing shock over reports that a male suspect allegedly bought canisters of gas and leaders paraded around the three story building before setting it on fire this is NPR news guess.

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07:51 min | 2 years ago

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"I would argue that when you look at all the other ways we could have attempted to integrate our schools I think was actually the most effective tool and I think it was because it was so immediate and because it was so effective but that's why we fought against it so hard I'm Michael Bavaro that's today on the data from the New York times at two thirty on KCRW this is pressed by a Madeline brand the Jonas brothers are doing it Drake is doing it seems like everyone is doing at downloading face app the app that shows what you look like when you're older how you would look younger all you have to do is upload a photo of yourself it is not that simple of course because now there are worries the Russian company that owns face sap may have access to all sorts of your data here to tell us what exactly you're giving away when you upload your face is a programs are she writes about tech for slate welcome back April thanks for having me well okay so you upload a photo of yourself it seems pretty benign and then you get this fun little game what is the dark side we don't know as with any act that you download on your phone and then you give your data that after that happened then be sold and then who knows what they're going to do it that but for right now it appears that faith applet yes is based in Russia although I don't know if that's any worse than an American company that does stuff with our data that we don't know about is just taking that photo is not accessing your whole camera roll it doesn't appear to be accessing your location but it's all quite murky and even look in the terms of service policies it does appear that you agreed to let the company do whatever might want to do in the future with the data that you offer it and and that is a picture of your face although they did respond to these allegations of the statement that they give to tech crunch and they said most images are deleted from our servers within forty eight hours from the upload date sure yeah that's not in the contract that's what they said and you know they could be doing that now who knows what they'll be doing later but but that's what they're saying and it and it appears you know according to what the CEO has provided to various news outlets that it is benign but the thing is is that we just don't know what happened with our data once it is let out a it can be the company can be sold it can be compelled by subpoena of foreign governments or the US government and it is an app that sitting on your phone and we do know that apps tend to be pretty poorest and sometimes collect more than we necessarily thought they were going to right now it does just appear to be taking that one so that'll make people people are worried that the it was giving up your entire photo library yeah now that doesn't appear to be happening researchers who have looked into the apt they it's not looking at your whole Carol it's not looking at your whole photo library you're not becoming some big training data set on all the photos of that you know seven hundred pictures of women funds that you took in one evening isn't that isn't going anywhere it seems like it's just the picture your picture but that's what the terms of service they now those terms of service could change you could click on agreeing to it again without thinking and you know if we don't read those terms of service we just don't know but right now it does appear to be benign we just don't know what's gonna happen in the future Chuck Schumer is calling for some kind of investigation and the DNC is warning people not in the you know candidates not to use face out it seems like there's some concern in Washington is there anything that they can actually do about this well it makes sense that you know candidates and campaign but you know might have some concern about downloading an app that is giving data to a company that and another Kerry in Regina you know we do not that the DNC wide hacked after somebody opened an email attachment right and and these things happen quite easily and having an app on your phone from that a country that where the government can can tell more data to be you know that that data to be handed over or you know who knows what could happen and it does seem like an understandable half the right model for people working at the level of a political campaign if you're not at that level than this really just seems kind of odd that scare that you don't need to engage with right okay so it seems that what we heard about this with Cambridge analytica speaking of the last election we were taking quizzes on Facebook we were you know we didn't know what was happening with our data and our friends left and all that kind of stuff so the thing is that we agreed at that point we didn't agree to have our friend data taken in so just because we agree to something doesn't mean that that's what's going to happen right but what have we learned our lesson why read doing this all over again well this does appear to be a fun apps are enjoying it you know I mean it's kind of amusing to see what you're gonna look like in a you know a few years down the road remember the same app that popped up and went viral in twenty seventeen wanted offered filters for people to change their race it offered a way for people to lighten their skin and offered a black face an Asian filter and that was really offensive and and kind of caused an uproar this within twenty seventeen so this isn't the first time is apple gone viral viral for offering ways for us to change the way we work are are kind of shot model how that may look in the future with the day I technology and well yeah this this is not a very common thing this apps but this is the first time we've seen this app after all the concern came out of the Russian interference in the election right well you know obviously as you were saying earlier this isn't the only company that's minding our data and we are pretty well aware of that and it seems that most people kind of shrug their shoulders and say well you know I'm not doing anything and bad anywhere I know that all of my photos are up in the cloud anyway so what's the harm right well you know it's hard to say what the harm is now I mean the the the it's an understandable reaction that you know this doesn't seem to be hurting me now but we just don't know how old problems can arise in the future especially as we move into a more kind of bio metrics I thank the cation space right so the more we are asked to use our faith hope and application or the more that face recognition is used by police department you know that could be this data can be used to to train models that are used to identify it on the streets or in footage and it could be used to identify from until because we do know that facial recognition systems just don't work as allow for people of color and and you know if they could miss identify people and we just don't know how this data can be used in the future and so it really makes sense to not you know want some random company training it's a I system with your face I think it's a totally understandable concern do you do it yourself April I have not done it but I've seen my friends do it and I you know smart but this is something I chose not to do and it's because I also am a journalist and I report often on kind of hate groups or or you know strange right groups that have attempted to find my address or have attempted to go after me in many ways online because of my reporting and I take you know very careful to make sure that my address is not available online and you know in this is something that I have to do every month I have to get my my informations ground from data brokers because it re populate because I mean our information chat does it just kind of near across the.

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

"michael bavaro" Discussed on KCRW

"Together on this on the healer which is also the title track from this album John Lee Hooker in such a signature style Carlos Santana really recognizes his guitar work in case you haven't heard we have a Carlos Santana signature P. R. S. electric guitars we're giving away it's a special sweepstakes in support of KCRW right now become a member renews your membership join us and you can one get this really it's a work of art of course you can play this guitar but it's also some you could put right on your wall it's colorful and it's signed by Santana himself details and to become a member to KCRW go to KCRW dot com slash join so with that I know it is gonna get so in front of me all right now I told them do not turn on the light just be smart now we have a salt right or looking sorry they're not able to see inside I'm Michael Bavaro that's today on the daily from The New York Times at I mean two.

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