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[Homework]NPR 2019-10-05

Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Jack Speer. Vice president Mike Pence has been subpoenaed by House democrats over the Trump Ukraine Scandal. NPR's Franco Ordoñez's reports on the latest House impeachment inquiry. Three of the democratic house chairmen have subpoenaed vice president Mike Pence. Turn off the documents related to the Houses impeachment inquiry of president Trump's dealing with Ukraine. Representative (), Adam Schiff and () say public reports have raised questions about Pence's role in () convey arraigned forcing the president's message to the Ukrainian president. Kitty Waldman, the vice president's secretary said this is not appear to be a serious request and () did another a time by democrats to obstruct the administration agenda.Franco Ordoñez's NPR News, the White House.
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Live from NPR News in Washington, I am Jack Speer.

Vice President Mike Pence has been subpoenaed by House Democrats over the Trump-Ukraine scandal. NPR's Franco Ordonez reports on the latest in the House impeachment inquiry.

Three at the top Democratic House chairmen have subpoenaed Vice President Mike Pence to turn over documents related to the House's impeachment inquiry of President Trump's dealings with Ukraine. Representatives Eliot Engel, Adam Schiff and Elijah Cummings say public reports have raised questions about Pence's role in "conveying or reinforcing the president's message to the Ukrainian president". Katie Waldman, the vice president's press secretary, said it does not appear to be a serious request and characterized it as another attempt by Democrats to abstract the administration's agenda. Franco Ordonez, NPR News, the White House.

President Trump said today the White House is preparing a letter to be sent to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, formally objecting to the Democrats conducting an impeachment inquiry against him without an official vote. The letter is expected to say the absence of such a vote, the administration will not cooperate. Trump said he believes Democrats in the House have the votes to begin a formal impeachment inquiry. He says he is confident they don't have the votes in the GOP-controlled Senate. Trump also said he believes the current inquiry will backfire Democrats politically.

Purdue Pharma is asking a bankruptcy court in New York to suspend all lawsuits against the company while it restructures. The maker of OxyContin faces hundreds of lawsuits stemming from its role in the nation's opioid epidemic. North Country Public Radio's Brian Mann has more.

Purdue Pharma filed for bankruptcy last month after a settlement plan that would pay out billions of dollars to communities suffering from addiction of the epidemic. Now the firm is asking a judge in White Plains, New York to suspend all lawsuits for 270 days, including suits filed against its owners - members of the Sackler family. Two dozen state attorneys general filed legal briefs Friday arguing their lawsuits should be allowed to move forward. They claimed the bankruptcy planned as fraud and would leave the family with billions of dollars in profits from opioid sales drained from the firm before it filed for chapter 11 protection. Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey issued a statement saying the Sacklers hoped to walk away without ever being held accountable. Brian Menn, NPR News,

With a strike by 49,000 workers against General Motors ending its third week, there appeared to be some signs of a deal reached. The other two major car companies Ford and Fiat Chrysler would follow pretty quickly. In a letter to members today, UAW officials say some committees are close to finishing talks with Fiat Chrysler but are waiting for the GM deal that would likely set the pattern for other companies on major economic issues. UAW's top negotiator with Ford has reported similar progress. It's estimated the strike has been costing GM about 82 million dollars a day.

A week-ending rally on Wall Street, the Dow was up 372 points, the Nasdaq rose 110 points.

This is NPR.

More than 80% of Catholic priests and other church employees identified as alleged child abusers are living with little or no supervision by church authorities or law enforcement. That's a founding from a new Associated Press investigation. NPR's Tom Gjelten says the AP found many accused priests remain active in churches and are still in contact with children.

Under pressure from abused victims and their advocates, Catholic authorities have released the names of more than 5,000 clergy members creditably accused of child abuse. Most are no longer living, but the AP found about 2,000 who are still active. Of that group, about 1700 are, in the AP's words, living under the radar with little or no oversight. Some are teachers, some are counselors, some worked with adverse children. A few have committed new crimes. Church officials say they can't supervise the priests who have left the church. Police department say they are powerless to follow people who haven't actually been convicted of a crime. Tom Gjelten, NPR News.

Software maker Microsoft is confirming hackers linked to the Iranian government is thought to target a US presidential campaign, as well as government officials, media targets and some prominent expatriate Iranians. Microsoft declined to identify the campaign citing privacy concerns. But in a blog post today, the company's vice president for security said the owners of the accounts that were breached have been notified. He says those accounts that were compromised were not related to US campaigns or officials.

Crude oil futures prices closed up modestly today, rising 36 cents a barrel to end the session at 52.81 a barrel in New York.

I am Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.
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[Homework]NPR 2019-10-05

Live from NPR News in Washington, I am Jack Speer.

Vice President Mike Pence has been subpoenaed by House Democrats over the Trump-Ukraine scandal. NPR's Franco Ordoñez reports on the latest in the House impeachment inquiry. “Three of the top Democratic House chairmen have subpoenaed Vice President Mike Pence to turn over documents related to the House's impeachment inquiry of President Trump's dealing with Ukraine. Representatives Eliot Engel, Adam Schiff and Elijah Cummings say public reports have raised questions about Pence's role in ‘conveying or reinforcing the president's message to the Ukrainian president’. Katie Waldman, the Vice President's Press Secretary, said it does not appear to be a serious request and characterized it as another attempt by Democrats to abstract the administration agenda. Franco Ordoñez, NPR News, the White House.”

President Trump said today the White House is preparing a letter to be sent to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, formally objecting to the Democrats conducting an impeachment inquiry against him without an official vote. The letter is expected to say absence of such a vote, the administration will not cooperate. Trump said he believes Democrats in the House have the votes to begin a formal impeachment inquiry. He says he is confident they don't have the votes in the GOP-controlled Senate. Trump also said he believes the current inquiry will backfire Democrats politically.

Purdue Pharma is asking a bankruptcy court in New York to suspend all lawsuits against the company while it restructures. The maker of OxyContin faces hundreds of lawsuits stemming from its role in the nation's opioid epidemic. North Country Public Radio's Brian Mann has more. “Purdue Pharma filed for bankruptcy last month after a settlement plan that would pay out billions of dollars to communities suffering from addiction of the epidemic. Now the firm is asking a judge in White Plains, New York to suspend all lawsuits for 270 days, including suits filed against its owners - members of the Sackler family. Two dozen state attorneys general filed legal briefs Friday arguing their lawsuits should be allowed to move forward. They claimed the bankruptcy planned as fraud and would leave the family with billions of dollars in profits from opioid sales drained from the firm before it filed for chapter 11 protection. Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey issued a statement saying the Sacklers hoped to walk away without ever being held accountable. Brian Mann, NPR News.”

With a strike by 49,000 workers against General Motors ending its third week, there appeared to be some signs of a deal reached. The other two major car companies Ford and Fiat Chrysler would follow pretty quickly. In a letter to members today, UAW officials say some committees are close to finishing talks with Fiat Chrysler but are waiting for the GM deal that would likely set the pattern for other companies on major economic issues. UAW's top negotiator with Ford has reported similar progress. It's estimated the strike has been costing GM about 82 million dollars a day.

A week-ending rally on Wall Street, the Dow was up 372 points. The Nasdaq rose 110 points. This is NPR.

More than 80% of Catholic priests and other church employees identified as alleged child abusers are living with little or no supervision by church authorities or law enforcement. That's the finding from a new Associated Press investigation. NPR's Tom Gjelten says the AP found many accused priests remain active in churches and are still in contact with children. “Under pressure from abused victims and their advocates, Catholic authorities have released the names of more than 5,000 clergy members creditably accused of child abuse. Most are no longer living, but the AP found about 2,000 who are still active. Of that group, about 1700 are, in the AP's words, living under the radar with little or no oversight. Some are teachers. Some are counselors. Some worked with adverse children. A few have committed new crimes. Church officials say they can't supervise all the priests who have left the church. Police department say they are powerless to follow people who haven't actually been convicted of a crime. Tom Gjelten, NPR News.”

Software maker Microsoft is confirming hackers linked to the Iranian government is thought to target a US presidential campaign, as well as government officials, media targets and some prominent expatriate Iranians. Microsoft declined to identify the campaign citing privacy concerns. But in a blog post today, the company's Vice President for Security said the owners of the accounts that were breached have been notified. He says those accounts that were compromised were not related to US campaigns or officials.

Crude oil futures prices closed up modestly today, rising 36 cents a barrel to end the session at 52.81 a barrel in New York.

I am Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.
                                                   
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