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Attorney general William Barr testified before the senate judiciary committee on capitol hill today. NPR’s Wenzer Johnston reports Barr faced tough questions about how he characterized the findings with special counsel’s report on Russia election interference. Special counsel Robert Mueller has said Barr’s four page summary did not capture the context nature and substance of the investigation’s findings. Democratic strategist and former Clinton white house advisor Guy Smith says Barr’s conclusions were misleading, ‘the way he did, the announcement of this four page letter completely misrepresentative. What was in the Mueller report and that’s what Mueller’s letter says implying anybody that can ** with **. The democrats kept asking questions and Barr kept not answering.’ Barr continues to defend his handling of the reports and his decision to effectively clear president Trump of obstruction. Wenzer Johnston, NPR news, Washington.
Gun fire on the streets of Caracas where pro government forces have been clashing with groups of opposition protestors. The ongoing violence in Venezuela is now causing US aviation regulators, say they will put in place new guide lines about US over flights of commercial airplanes. The federal aviation administration says any flight over the country must commit 26000 feet or higher, saying the political crisis poses a possible inadvertent risk to commercial traffic. No US passenger planes currently fly into the country after American airlines suspended its flights in mid March.
The Trump administration is arguing in federal court the affordable care act should be struck down in its entirety. NPR’s Aleson Coujack reports if the administration wins even the most popular parts of the ACA will despair. The justice department made the arguments in a brief, filing a federal appeal’s court in New Orleans. DOJ says when congress eliminated the tax penalty for people who don’t have insurance, it rendered the whole law unconstitutional. The Trump administration has joined the several republican led states that are asking the court to uphold Texas judge’s decision to overturn the affordable care act in its entirety, that includes the popular ACA provisions that ensure people with preexisting medical conditions can get coverage that ban life time limits on insurance pads, and that guarantee young people ** their parent policies until they are 26. If the appeal’s court upholds the Texas judge’s ruling, the ACA could end up before the supreme court for a third time. Aleson Coujack, NPR news.
The federal judges reached agreement with Tesla over tweets by CEO Elon Musk under terms of the deal Musk will be required to get a security’s lawyer’s approval before writing or talking on the investor cause about a broad range of Tesla related topics. Musk last year tweeted the company secured the funding to take a private when apparently that hadn’t occurred.
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In the democratic republic of Congo, health workers who are embattling Ebola outbreak withdraw a threat to go on strike. They say the government is now meeting their demand to protect them against rising violence. NPR’s Nree Aizmen has more. The health workers include about 200 Congolese doctors and more than 1000 nurses who work at hospitals and health centers around Butembo, the current hot spot of the outbreak. They are often the first who flag patients with symptoms of Ebola and refer them for treatment, that’s made them the target of many in the community who think Ebola is a scam. For weeks, many of the health workers have been getting threatening text messages and a handful have been beaten up. Then late last month, gunmen stormed a local Ebola response command center and killed an epidemiologist with the world health organization. Last week, in the wake of that attack, the health workers gave authorities one week to improve security or face a strike. Now the workers say authorities have increased police presence at health centers and arrested more than a dozen men in connection with last attack. Nree Aizmen, NPR news.
Well the college diploma is often beauteous ticket to the middle class guaranteeing higher pay better job, security in a higher levels of home ownership. There are signs some view the benefits is wanning. New survey by the associated press and norc center for public affairs research finds that 35% of graduates who described themselves as working a lower class, that was up from just 20% who felt that way in 1983.
On wall street today, the DOW was down 162 points, the NASDAQ closed down 45 points.
I am Jack Spear, NPR news, in Washington.
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