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[Homework]NPR 2018-07-20

Live from NPR News in Washington. I'm Cher Stevens.

President Trump says he believes Russia _?_ continues to temper with the U.S. election system. In an interview with the CBS Evening News, Trump said he told Vladimir Putin it has to stop. But some congressional Democrats say they want to hear from the State Department interpreter who was in the room during the Trump and Putin 2-hour meeting in Helsinki.


A federal judge ordered a 29-year-old Russian Maria Butina held pending trial on charges of serving as a foreign agent in the U.S. More from NPR's Windsor Johnston. Butina, who arrived in the U.S. on a student visa in 2016, is accused of working for Alexander Torshin, a close ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin. She's charged with trying to establish back channels of communication with U.S. politicians and political candidates in order to advance Moscow's agenda within the Republican Party. She's also accused of trying to build ties with top members of the NRA. The Justice Department calls Butina a serious flight risk due to her connections with Russian Oligarchs who could help her flee the country. She faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted. Windsor Johnston, NPR News, Washington.


The Senate Finance Committee is said to vote today on whether to confirm Charles Rettig as IRS Commissioner. As NPR's Peter Overby reports, the vote comes amid new controversy over IRS records on big donors. The IRS says it's stopping a decade-long policy of collecting the names of big donors to the two categories of non-profits, most deeply involved in politics, business associations such as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and so-called social-welfare groups which includes the National Rifle Association. The Finance Committee's ranking Democrat Oregen Senator Ron Wyden says the change opens up an easy avenue for foreign money into American elections. Trump Administration has handed Russia the ability to funnel money into groups, like the NRA, completely undetected. Wyden says he opposes Rettig's nomination as commissioner in hopes of stirring more debate on the IRS action. Peter Overby, NPR News, Washington.


American UN Ambassador Nikki Haley is defending the Trump Administration's decision to leave the Human Rights Council. Haley says there was no other choice because the council is hit the critical and resistant to change. Russia, China, Cuba and Egypt, they all benifit from making a mockery of the Human Rights Council. So it's no surprise that they openly resisted our efforts to reform it, in remarks at the Heritage Foundation yesterday. Haley called the Human Rights Council the UN's greatest failure. The Trump Administration decided to leave the panel after a past resolution last month to denounce Israeli settlements. The UN General Assembly elected Iceland to replace the U.S. That is NPR News.


U.S. Army officials say a large tent collapse during an annual training exercise in California's Fort Hunter Liggett causing a undetermined number of injuries. Officials say the strong winds from the military helicopter caused the tent to fall. Fort Hunter Liggett is located about an hour northwest of San Luis Obispo.


More young people are dying of alcohol-related liver disease that's according to a study that's published in the medical journal BMJ. NPR's Camille Roffe has details. Researchers found a sharp increase in the number of 25-34 year olds who died from Cirrhosis of the liver from 1999 to 2016. Dr. Neehar Parikh is a liver specialist at the University of Michigan and a coauthor of the study. Each young patient that dies is kind of a tragedy. These people should be in the prime of their lives. The sharpest increase started in 2009. Parikh thinks the financial crisis of 2008 may be partly to blame. This may have driven some of the parients to abusive drinking. But he says if young patients stop drinking, their livers can rebound. Camille Roffe, NPR News, Washington.


Marriott International is joining a growing list of companies, planning to eliminate the use of plastic straws and stirrers. Marriott says it will remove the items from all of its over 6500 hotels in resorts around the world by July 2019. The Maryland based company says some of its hotels are already offering alternatives to customers who request them. The anti-plastic strong movement came __?__ in 2015 after a video of rescuer struggling to remove a plastic straw from a sea turtle's nose went viral. This is NPR News, Washington.

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