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[Homework]NPR 2019-10-04

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[Homework]NPR 2019-10-04

Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer.

Embroiled in an impeachment inquiry in Washington, president Trump prepares to be trying to expand an inquiry into improper influence though on the part of his possible 2020 Democratic rival and not himself. Trump has been investigated about a phone call with Ukraine's leader while he asked for a probe into former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden. But leaving the White House today, Trump said Ukraine and China should both be looking at the former Vice President.  If they were honest about it, they'd start a major investigation into the Bidens, it’s a very simple answer. They should investigate the Bidens because how does a company that's newly formed and all these companies if you look at…And, by the way, likewise China should start an investigation into the Bidens. Trump's alleged without proof that Biden's son was given 1.5 billion dollars by China for an investment fund he was running, something China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has called groundless.

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders will participate in the Democratic presidential debate later this month. As NPR's Scott Detrow explains, Sanders is recovering from an unexpected heart procedure. Sanders had to cancel campaign events this week after experiencing a chest pain during a campaign event. He had two stents inserted after doctors found blockage in one artery. It's not clear yet when the 78-year-old will resume campaign activities, but his campaign said he will definitely be back for the debate. The event is Tuesday, October 15th in Columbus Ohio. In a Tweeter message Thursday morning, Sanders said he's feeling good and that 'I'm fortunate to have good healthcare and great doctors and nurses helping me to recover'. Sanders has made healthcare cost a central plank of his presidential campaign. He wants to completely eliminate private health insurance and shift the country to a government-run single-payer healthcare system. Scott Detrow, NPR News, Washington.

MGM Resorts International says it's agreed to pay between 735 and 800 million dollars to settle thousands of liability claim stemming from the 2017 mass shooting in Las Vegas. As NPR's Bobby Allyn reports, the deals attempted to resolve the extensive litigations stemming from the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history. Almost exactly two years ago, a shooter holed up in MGM’s Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas rained a barrage of bullets on country music festival goers. 58 people were killed and hundreds of others were injured. Lawyers from the victims say, MGM was negligent for letting the shooter check in with 20 huge bags full of highly-powered weapons and thousands of rounds of ammunition. For months, MGM fought back. Last year, the company countersued, argued that it was shielded from liability by Federal Law, but now lawyers from both sides say up to 800 million dollars will be paid out to survivors and family members by an independent administrator over the next year. MGM says the settlement is not an admission of any wrongdoing. Bobby Allyn, NPR News.

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An Iraqi medical official says at least half a dozen protestors were shot and killed today in an area south of Bagdad in what has been described as any government rallies. Official says the bodies of the protestors were brought to a hospital there after they were shot apparently for defying a curfew. Protestors have spread in Bagdad and towns in the city's south. According to the Associated Press, the latest violence brings the death toll there to 33. Protestors have rallied behind calls to unseat the government, accusing it of corruption and failure to address deepening economic woes.

The number of fires in the Amazon in Brazil fell sharply last month. NPR's Philip Reeves reports satellite data show the number was down by more than a third from August. This is the first good news from the Amazon in a while. The number of fires in the region in July and August was the highest in nearly a decade. That triggered an international outcry focused on Brazil's far-right president Jair Bolsonaro who denies that the rainforest is the lungs of the world and he is eager to exploit its mineral wealth. September historically has more fires than August, but this month's number is the lowest in 6 years according to Brazil's National Institute for Space research. It's not clear how much this decline has to do with Bolsonaro's firefighting efforts. He responded to international pressure by sending in troops and promising to crack down on ranchers and farmers illegally clearing land. Philip Reeves, NPR news, Rio de Janeiro.

Stocks rebounded a bit after some major down sessions this week. The Dow up 122 points to 26,201. The Nasdaq rose 87 points. The S&P gained 23 points.

I'm Jack Speer. NPR News in Washington.


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Live from NPR News in Washington. I'm Jack Speer.

Embroiled in an impeachment inquiry in Washington, President Trump prepares to be trying to expand an inquiry into improper influence though on the part of his possible 2020 Democratic rival and not himself. Trump has been investigated about a phone call with Ukraine's leader while he asked for a probe into former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden. But leaving the White House today, Trump said Ukraine and China should both be looking into former Vice President.  If they were honest about it, they'd start a major investigation into the Bidens, it’s a very simple answer. They should investigate the Bidens because how does a company that's newly formed and all these companies if you look at…And, by the way, likewise, China should start an investigation into the Bidens. Trump's alleged without proof that Biden's son was given 1.5 billion dollars by China for an investment fund he was running, something China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has called groundless.

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders will participate in the Democratic presidential debate later this month. As NPR's Scott Detrow explains, Sanders is recovering from an unexpected heart procedure. Sanders had to cancel campaign events this week after experiencing chest pain during a campaign event. He had two stents inserted after doctors found blockage in one artery. It's not clear yet when the 78-year-old will resume campaign activities, but his campaign said he will definitely be back for the debate. The event is Tuesday, October 15th in Columbus, Ohio. In a Tweeter message Thursday morning, Sanders said he's feeling good and that 'I'm fortunate to have good healthcare and great doctors and nurses helping me to recover'. Sanders has made healthcare cost a central plank of his presidential campaign. He wants to completely eliminate private health insurance and shift the country to a government-run single-payer healthcare system. Scott Detrow, NPR News, Washington.

MGM Resorts International says it's agreed to pay between 735 and 800 million dollars to settle thousands of liability claims stemming from the 2017 mass shooting in Las Vegas. As NPR's Bobby Allyn reports, the deals attempted to resolve the extensive litigations stemming from the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history. Almost exactly two years ago, a shooter holed up in MGM’s Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas rained a barrage of bullets on its country music festival-goers. 58 people were killed and hundreds of others were injured. Lawyers from the victims say MGM was negligent for letting the shooter check in with 20 huge bags full of highly-powered weapons and thousands of rounds of ammunition. For months, MGM fought back. Last year, the company countersued, argued that it was shielded from liability by Federal Law, but now lawyers from both sides say up to 800 million dollars will be paid out to survivors and family members by an independent administrator over the next year. MGM says the settlement is not an admission of any wrongdoing. Bobby Allyn, NPR News.

You're listening to NPR.

An Iraqi medical official says at least half a dozen protestors were shot and killed today in an area south of Bagdad in what has been described as any government rallies. The official says the bodies of the protestors were brought to a hospital thereafter they were shot apparently for defying a curfew. Protestors have spread in Bagdad and towns in the city's south. According to the Associated Press, the latest violence brings the death toll there to 33. Protestors have rallied behind calls to unseat the government, accusing it of corruption and failure to address deepening economic woes.

The number of fires in the Amazon in Brazil fell sharply last month. NPR's Philip Reeves reports satellite data show the number was down by more than a third from August. This is the first good news from the Amazon in a while. The number of fires in the region in July and August was the highest in nearly a decade. That triggered an international outcry focused on Brazil's far-right president Jair Bolsonaro who denies that the rainforest is the lungs of the world and he is eager to exploit its mineral wealth. September historically has more fires than August, but this month's number is the lowest in 6 years according to Brazil's National Institute for Space research. It's not clear how much this decline has to do with Bolsonaro's firefighting efforts. He responded to international pressure by sending in troops and promising to crack down on ranchers and farmers illegally clearing land. Philip Reeves, NPR News, Rio de Janeiro.

Stocks rebounded a bit after some major down sessions this week. The Dow was up 122 points to 26,201. The Nasdaq rose 87 points. The S&P gained 23 points.

I'm Jack Speer. NPR News in Washington.
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