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[Homework]NPR 2019-09-16

Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jeanine Herbst.

Nearly 50,000 General Motors workers will walk off the job at midnight after the United Auto Workers union and GM failed to reach a new contract. Michigan Radio's Tracy Samilton has more. It's the first time that UAW has waged to strike against General Motors since 2007. Union Vice President Terry Dittes called the strike ‘last resort’. He says the Union and General Motors remain far apart on wages, healthcare benefits, profit-sharing and a path to permanent jobs for temporary workers. 'What we are asking of General Motors is simple and fair.' General Motors says the decision is disappointing. The auto maker says it offered workers increases in pay and profit-sharing as well as unspecified methods for assembly plants in Michigan and Ohio that the auto maker is closing. For NPR news, I'm Tracy Samilton.

Several Democratic presidential candidates are calling for the impeachment of Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh after a new uninvestigated allegation of sexual impropriety from when he was in college. NPR's Shannon Van Sant has more. The New York Times reports the allegation stems from his time at Yale University and the FBI did not investigate it. The claim is similar to one made during his conformation profess by Harvard classmate Deborah Ramirez. Kavanaugh denied allegations of impropriety during his testimony before senate last year. Julian Castro said it's clear Kavanaugh lied under oath and said he should get impeached. Senators Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren both tweeted, also calling for Kavanaugh's impeachment. President Trump nominated Kavanaugh and has dismissed the latest allegation as a lie. Shannon Van Sant, NPR news, Washington.

Crude oil prices are soaring tonight after the drone attacks on two Saudi oil facilities this weekend. Green crude for November delivery was up 12 percent at last check. West Texas intermediate crude for October delivery is up 11 percent.

One of the biggest players in the e-cigarette market says it's reviewing announcements from New York governor that would ban the sale of flavored e-cigarettes. Names like Bubble Gum, Cotton Candy, Captain Crunch which was my favorite. These are obviously targeted to young people. Juul Labs says the company will fully comply with local laws and federal policies but says it has stopped selling flavored products in traditional retail stores last November. Cuomo says the state's Health Commissioner will make a recommendation this week. Vaping is also under a federal spotlight after hundreds of breathing illnesses were reported in people who have used e-cigarettes and other vaping devices.

In Hong Kong, police fired water cannon and teargas at protestors who lobbed molotov cocktails outside the Hong Kong government office complex, its continuing protest in violent today.This is NPR.

Today marks the 56th anniversary of the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham Alabama. From member station WBHM, Mary Scott Hodgin reports that a crowd gathered to remember the four young girls who were killed. Lieutenant Colonel Ruth Segres taught a Sunday school lesson during the memorial observance. She said a love that forgives does not call us to forget. 'We have gathered 56 years later to continue telling the story, a story that America cannot deny and we will not allow to be forgotten.' At 10:22 A.M., church officials rang the bells to remember each of the four young black girls who were killed on September 15th, 1963. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden also spoke during the service. For NPR news, I'm Mary Scott Hodgin in Birmingham. It was one of several bombings on black churches and homes in the city. A year later, president Lincoln Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act.

At the weekend box-office, the horror film IT Chapter Two took the top spot for a second weekend in a row bringing an estimated 40 million dollars in ticket sales. That movie is based on a Stephen King novel. In second place, Hustlers with 33 million dollars. It's a record for a film from STX Entertainment and it was made for just 20 million dollars in a production budget. It's also the biggest opening ever for a live action Jennifer Lopez film. Angel Has Fallen with 4 million dollars was a distant third place. It’s brought 16 million dollars in four weeks of release.

I'm Jeanine Herbst and you're listening to NPR news from Washington.

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Live from NPR News in Washington, I am Jeanine Herbst.

Nearly 50,000 General Motors workers will walk off the job at midnight after the United Auto Workers Union and GM failed to reach a new contract. Michigan radio's Tracy Samilton has more.

It's the first time the UAW has waged a strike against General Motors since 2007. Union Vice President Terry Dittes called the strike "last resort". He says the union and General Motors remain far apart on wages, healthcare benefits, profit sharing and a path to permanent jobs for temporary workers. "What we are asking of General Motors is simple and fair." General Motors says the decision is disappointing. The automaker says it offered workers increases in pay and profit sharing as well as unspecified solutions for assembly plants in Michigan and Ohio that the automaker is closing. For NPR News, I am Tracy Samilton.

Several Democratic presidential candidates are calling for the impeachment of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh after a new uninvestigated allegation of sexual impropriety surfaced from when he was in college. NPR's Shannon Van Sant has more.

The New York Time reports the allegation stems from his time at Yale University and the FBI did not investigate it. The claim is similar to one made during his confirmation process by Yale classmate Deborah Ramirez. Kavanaugh denied allegations of impropriety during his testimony before Senate last year. Julian Castro said it's clear Kavanaugh lied under oath and said he should be impeached. Senators  Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren both tweeted, also calling for Kavanaugh's impeachments. President Trump nominated Kavanaugh and has dismissed the latest allegation as a lie. Shannon Van Sant, NPR News, Washington.

Crude prices are soaring tonight after the drone attacks on two Saudi oil facilities this weekend. Bred crude for November delivery was up 12% at last check. West Taxes intermediate crude for October delivery is up 11%.

One of the biggest players in the e-cigarette market says it is reviewing an announcement from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo that would ban the sale of flavored e-cigarettes.

"Names like Babble Gum, Cotton Candy, Captain Crunch which was my favor, these are obviously targeted to young people." Juul Labs says the company will fully comply with local laws and federal policies but says it stops selling flavored products in traditional retail stores last November. Cuomo says the state's health commissioner will make a recommendation this week. Vaping is also under a federal spotlight after hundreds of breathing illnesses were reported in people who have used e-cigarettes and other vaping devices.

In Hong Kong, police fired water cannons and tear gas at protesters who lobbed Molotov cocktails outside the Hong Kong government office complex as continuing protests turned violent today.

This is NPR.

Today marks the 56th anniversary of the bombing of the 16 Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. From member station WBHM, Mary Scott Hodgin reports that a crowd gathered to remember the four young girls who were killed.

Lieutenant Colonel Ruth Segres taught a Sunday school lesson during the memorial observance. She said a love that forgives does not call us to forget. "We have gathered 56 years later to continue telling the story, a story that America cannot deny and we will not allow to be forgotten." At 10:22 AM, church officials rang the bells to remember each of the four young black girls who were killed on September 15th, 1963. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden also spoke during the service. For NPR News, I am Mary Scott Hodgin in Birmingham. It was one of the several bombings on black churches and homes in the city. A year later, President Lynton Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act.

At the weekend box office, the horror film "It Chapter Two" took the top spot for the second weekend in a row, bringing an estimated 40 million dollars in ticket sales. That movie is based on a Steven King novel. In the second place, "Hustlers" with 33 million dollars, it's a record for a film from STX Entertainment, and it was made for just 20 million dollars in a production budget. It's also the biggest opening ever for a live-action Jennifer Lopez's film. "Angel has fallen" with four million dollars was a distant third place. It's brought in 60 million dollars in four weeks of release.

I am Jeanine Herbst and you are listening to NPR News from Washington.
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