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The house oversight committee has voted to hold attorney general William Barr and commerce secretary Wilbur Ross in contempt. NPR’s Kalsy Snow reports Ross and Barr refused to comply with the committee’s investigation into the 2020 census. House oversight committee chairman Elijah Cummings says democrats have been asking for a year for the Trump administration to turn over documents related to a controversial plan to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census. The committee vote paves the way for coming their pursuing legal action against both Barr and Ross in civil court. Michigan congressman Justin Lemash was the only republican to vote with committee democrats in favor of contempt. The justice department has recommended that president Trump invoked executive privilege in withholding the documents democrats were requesting. Kalsy Snow, NPR news, the capital.
Former white house communications director Hope Hicks has agreed to a close door interview with the house judiciary committee next week, the move ** have stepped back for the Trump administration which had earlier said Hicks’s testimony and her documents were among those shielded by executive privilege, the panel subpoenaed Hicks last month as part of its investigation into obstruction of justice as special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russian report. Hicks’s longtime ally of the president is mentioned throughout that report. Hicks last week agreed to supply documents to the committee despite the earlier white house directive.
In the first sentencing in the college admissions cheating scandal, a Stanford’s sailing coach accused of taking more than half a million dollars and bribes in exchange for getting students into the elite school will not serve prison time. As NPR’s Toby Smith reports John Vandemore were sentenced to two year supervised release. The judge explained her sentencing that John Vandemore is the least culpable of the fifty defendants in the college admission scandal because he took no personal gain from his crime, all the money went to his team, and because no student ever ended up actually getting into Stanford because of his misconduct. Vandemore choked up in court as he apologized and said he was ashamed of what he did. Outside he reiterated he did none of it for himself and that he was doing what he thought was right for the team. Prosecutors did not comment on the sentence, but were certainly disappointed, they had implored the judge to include time behind bars saying only that would send a powerful message of deterrence, and help restore public faith in a system exposed as ricked. Toby Smith, NPR news Boston.
General Motors is announcing plans to spend another one hundred        fifty million dollars to upgrade facility in Flint Michigan that builds heavy trucks. Company says the money will be used to improve the factory’s conveyor system and for equipment that will boost output. GM facility makes heavy duty Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickups, it is working to up production by other forty thousand vehicles a year. GM says it also plans to add another thousand jobs at the plant.
On wall street, the DOW was down 43 points, the NASDAQ fell 29 points.
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British lawmakers were unsuccessful in their effort to ensure the UK can leave the European Union without a divorce deal. The house of commons today voting again setting aside a day later this month for an attempt to pass legislation and preventing a no deal Brexit. Some ** lawmakers find replace Theresa May as prime minister vow to take Britain out of the EU scheduled October 31st with or without deal, over a number of economists and others have said leaving without an agreement and how the spilt would work could have disasters repercussions both for Britain and the EU.
Ebola has claimed the life of a five year old child in Uganda across the border from the democratic republic of Congo which is ten months into a deadly outbreak. NPR’s Feby Kurstac says two other family members of the dead boy have reportedly tested positive for virus. Uganda and world health organization officials say the boy across the border from East Congo with his family on Sunday, has been reported they attended the funeral of relative who may have died of Ebola in Congo. The five year old who was exhibiting symptoms of the virus including ** blood was taken to a Uganda hospital. WHO said Monday that despite previous alerts, the boy was a first confirmed case in Uganda since the outbreak of Ebola in neighboring Congo last August. The Uganda government says up to 50 people may have come into contact with seven other people known to have been in the Ebola zone. The authorities insist they are well prepare to contain any more Ebola cases in Uganda, and will not try restrict movement at the border with Congo. Feby Kurstac, NPR news.
Oil fell four percent today to close at 51.14 a barrel in New York.
I am Jack Spear, NPR news in Washiongton.
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