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Live from NPR News in Washington, I'm Barbara Klein.

The Trump administration says it's delaying some of the new tariffs was going imposed next month on 300 billion dollars worth of Chinese imports. Import taxes on some popular Chinese made consumer goods including cellphones and clothing are being postponed until December 15th. President Trump says the delays mean to protect consumers from higher prices during the Christmas shopping season.

Nearly two dozen states, local governments and the district of Columbia are joining forces to sue the Trump administration over its plan to repeal the clean power plan. Katie Orr of member station KQED reports California is part of the coalition.

The Obama era plan was designed to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuel burning power plants. The Trump administration says the cost of an acting regulations outweigh the benefits. California governor Gavin Newsom says the Trump administration's decision to replace the clean power plan with its own affordable clean energy rule is shortsighted.

How can you look the eyes of your grandkids and kids, and say that anything you are doing is about them. They are in the short term business.

Opponents of the new plan say it doesn't do enough to reduce carbon emissions from power plants. The administration says it will bring transparency to the cost of benefit equation in the environmental regulations. For NPR News, I'm Katie Orr in Sacramentalx.

Police in Dayton, Ohio are sharing new details in their investigaton into the mass shooting at a popular bar this month that left nine people dead. April Laissle of member station WYSO reports surveillance video is helping them pin point the gunman's movements leading up to the attack.

Police the Dayton gunman spent time with his sibbling and a friend at a bar before leaving to visit another bar alone. After changing cloth and picking up his weapon from the trunk of his car, The shooter returned and opened fire. Police chief Richard Bill says the gunman was spotted at that same area the night before the shooting.

So what was his mindset then I don't know. He was not unfamiliar with this area and in fact he didn't know the night before. And I certainly have to consider there was some fault being given to that at the time.

Bill says it's unlikely that the shooter's companions that night knew about his plans. Drug paraphernalia was found on the gunman's body. But it's unclear whether he was intoxicated at the time at the attack. For NPR News, I'm April Laissle.

Wall Street investors welcome the news that the Trump administration is postponing new tariffs on some Chinese imports. All the indexes were higher. The Dow rose 372 points. The NASDAQ was up 152. This is NPR.

The justice department has reassigned the warden who supervised the federal lockup where alleged child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein was found dead of an apparent suicide Saturday. Two guards have been put on leave.

An international commission is launching an effort to prevent scientists from acting prematurely in a rush to create genetically modified babies.  NPR's Rob Stein has the details.

What could be safe to create genetically modified babies? How could scientists even know for sure?  when might it be morally and ethically accetable to try? Those are among the tough questions the international commission's struggled with during a day-long meeting in Washington. The commission was formed after a Chinese scientist announced last year he had created the world's first genetically modified babies. That's sparked an international fire storm of criticism and called to prevent other scientists from going rove. The commission will continue its work in the UK in November. Rob Stein NPR NEws.

In Paris a major cleanup operation got underway today around Notre Dame cathedral. Authorities are trying to collect hundreds of tons of lead that melted when a massive fire destroyed the historic structures roof and spire in April. Smoke from the blaze spread the metal. Reconstruction was suspended when tests on children living near the cathedral showed several had elevated levels of lead in their blood.

I'm Barbara Klein, NPR News.
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Live from NPR News in Washington, I'm Barbara Klein.

The Trump administration says it's delaying some of the new tariffs it was going to impose next month on 300 billion dollars worth of Chinese imports. Import taxes on some popular Chinese-made consumer goods including cellphones and clothing are being postponed until December 15th. President Trump says the delay is meant to protect consumers from higher prices during the Christmas shopping season.

Nearly two dozen states, local governments and the district of Columbia are joining forces to sue the Trump administration over its plan to repeal the clean power plan. Katie Orr of member station KQED reports California is part of the coalition.

The Obama-era plan was designed to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuel burning power plants. The Trump administration says the cost of enacting regulations outweigh the benefits. California Governor Gavin Newsom says the Trump administration's decision to replace the Clean Power Plan with its own affordable clean energy rule is shortsighted.

How can you look in the eyes of your grandkids and kids and say that anything you are doing is about them? They are in the short-term business.

Opponents of the new plan say it doesn't do enough to reduce carbon emissions from power plants. The administration says it will bring transparency to the cost of benefit equation in the environmental regulations. For NPR News, I'm Katie Orr in Sacramentalx.

Police in Dayton, Ohio are sharing new details in their investigation into the mass shooting at a popular bar this month that left nine people dead. April Laissle of member station WYSO reports surveillance video is helping them pinpoint the gunman's movements leading up to the attack.

Police the Dayton gunman spent time with his sibling and a friend at a bar before leaving to visit another bar alone. After changing cloth and picking up his weapon from the trunk of his car, the shooter returned and opened fire. Police chief Richard Bill says the gunman was spotted in that same area the night before the shooting.

So what was his mindset then, I don't know. He was not unfamiliar with this area, and in fact, he was there the night before. And I certainly have to consider there was some thought being given to it at the time.

Bill says it's unlikely that the shooter's companions that night knew about his plans. Drug paraphernalia was found on the gunman's body. But it's unclear whether he was intoxicated at the time of the attack. For NPR News, I'm April Laissle.

Wall Street investors welcomed the news that the Trump administration is postponing new tariffs on some Chinese imports. All the indexes were higher. The Dow rose 372 points. The NASDAQ was up 152. This is NPR.

The Justice Department has reassigned the warden who supervised the federal lockup where alleged child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein was found dead of an apparent suicide Saturday. Two guards have been put on leave.

An international commission is launching an effort to prevent scientists from acting prematurely in a rush to create genetically modified babies.  NPR's Rob Stein has the details.

Would it be safe to create genetically modified babies? How could scientists even know for sure? When might it be morally and ethically acceptable to try? Those are among the tough questions the international commission's struggled with during a day-long meeting in Washington. The commission was formed after a Chinese scientist announced last year he had created the world's first genetically modified babies. That's sparked an international firestorm of criticism and called to prevent other scientists from going rogue. The commission will continue its work in the UK in November. Rob Stein NPR NEws.

In Paris, a major cleanup operation got underway today around Notre Dame cathedral. Authorities are trying to collect hundreds of tons of lead that melted when a massive fire destroyed the historic structures roof and spire in April. Smoke from the blaze spread the metal. Reconstruction was suspended when tests on children living near the cathedral showed several had elevated levels of lead in their blood.

I'm Barbara Klein, NPR News.
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