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Live from NPR News in Washington, I'm Windsor Johnston.

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden says President Trump's conversation with a foreign leader this Summer amounts to an overwhelming abuse of power. NPR's Brakkton Booker report Biden's comments come amid new reports that Trump repeatedly pressured the president of Ukraine to investigate Biden's son.

Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential frontrunner, says Trump crossed the line. He was speaking to reporters in Iowa. "Trump is doing this because he knows I'll beat him like a drum, and the use of abusive power and every element of the presidency to try to do something to smear me." Biden was referring to new reports which say Trump pushed the leader of Ukraine to investigate Biden's son, Hunter. Trump's July 25th phone call with the Ukrainian president is at the center of a whistleblower complaint roiling the White House. Trump tweeted Saturday he did nothing wrong and even give the controversy a new moniker, "the Ukraine witch hunt". Brakkton Booker, NPR News, Washington.

Youth leaders are gathering at the United Nations to demand radical moves to fight climate changes. Angela from member station BPM reports today's summit comes a day after student-led demonstrations in cities around the world.

UN Secretary General António Guterres told a packed UN council chamber full of young climate advocates that he was the day's keynote listener. "That is one of the problems of world leaders. Is that they talk too much and listen too little?" The gathering is organized by the UN Youth Envoy to give young people a chance to share solutions during the three-day climate action summit. Julia / is from Gua, and she is especially concerned about the Pacific island region. "We are islands, our islands are us, and so once we lose that, we lose ourselves in the sense." On Monday, world leaders are set to take part in the climate summit. For NPR News, I am Angela / at the UN.

Family, friends and political leaders gathered at St. Matthew's Cathedral in the nation's capital today to remember Cokie Roberts. The veteran NPR and ABC News political journalist died this week at the age of 75. Her husband, fellow journalist Steven Roberts reflected on her life. "Caring about someone else, helping them feel good about themselves, opening her heart and her arms and making the world around her a better brighter place. What a beautiful smile, what a beautiful spirit, what a beautiful life." Roberts, who was the daughter of Hale and Lindy Boggs, two members of the Congress from Louisiana. Roberts died on Tuesday of complications from breast cancer.

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The American Civil Liberties Union is asking a federal judge in Santiago to stop the Trump administration from continuing to separate families at the Southern border. Michelle Wiley from member station KQED reports more than 1,000 children have been taken from their parents even after a court injunction last June.

Federal officials say the injunction allows border agents to take kids away from parents for their own safety, say when a parent has a criminal history. But ACLU, who represents migrant parents in a class-action lawsuit, says the separations fly in the face of state child protection standards, and it is asking the court to reassess its ruling. Here is the ACLU lawyer Lee Gelernt. "What's interesting about the government's position is that they are claiming these fathers and mothers are dangerous to their children but the minute the parent agrees to be removed, they are happy to reunite the parent and child and send them back to their country. Federal judge / says he plans to make a decision soon. For NPR News, I'm Michelle Wiley in Santiago.

Negotiations are now in their sixth day between members of the United Auto Workers union and General Motors. More than 50,000 employees walked off the job this week. The two sides are at odds over a healthcare pay and the job security. A spokesman for GM says the two sides are still talking but have no update to announce on progress. Several Democratic presidential candidates are expected to join GM workers on the picket line including Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.

I am Windsor Johnston, NPR News in Washington.
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Live from NPR news in Washington. I'mWindsor Johnston.

President Trump is speaking alongside the Prime Minister of Australia in Ohio tonight. The two leaders are cutting the ribbon on an Australia-owned facility in Wapakoneta that produces paper products and shipping materials.

The Head of the House Intelligence Committee is calling on president Trump to release the transcript of a phone call he had with the president of Ukraine this summer. NPR's James Howard reports Trump continues to deny any wrongdoing during the call but says he did talk about former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter. Trump says he told the Ukrainian president 'We don't want our people like Vice President Biden and his son contributing to the corruption already in Ukraine'. The president insisted he did absolutely nothing wrong. 'Well if that's the case, why doesn't the president simply release the transcript of that call?' House Intelligence Committee chairmanAdam Schiff said on CNN that whether or not the whistleblower complaint is related to the call, the president should release the call transcript and the complaint. 'Clearly he's afraid for the public to see either one of those things and we're determined to make sure that the public does.' Several news organizations are reporting that the complaint from a whistleblower in the intelligence community alleges that Trump used the call to push Ukraine to investigate Biden and his son for business dealings in Ukraine. James Howard, NPR news, Washington.

Concerns are mounting about the future of the Irish border if the United Kingdom leaves the European Union without an agreement next month. Terry Shilts reports the latest remarks from a top EU official signal that new barriers will be built between the Republic of Ireland and British-ruled Northern Ireland. “European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker says if no other system is worked out with the British government before it's due to leave...

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