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

Republican allies of the president are warning him to reverse course on a decision to pull troops from the Turkish-Syrian border that would be a likely incursion by Turkey. President Trump announced the decision Sunday evening, taking US military leaders off guard. Now GOP lawmakers who disagree with the president are warning they could act against him if he follows through. Here is NPR's Tim Mak.

Just minutes apart, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell issued statements Monday rebutting the sudden decision, but McConnell's statement was most remarkable, in that it included an implied threat. The Republican senator noted that the Senate has previously passed a resolution calling for a continued military presence along the Syria-Kurdish border, and that "the conditions that produced that bipartisan vote still exists today". Senator Lindsey Graham, a staunch Trump ally, said the decision to withdraw from that area would have abandoned America's Kurdish allies who had sacrificed during the fight against ISIS while also boosting the influence of Iran, Russia and Turkey. Tim Mak, NPR News, Washington.

Three House committees leading the impeachment inquiry of President Trump are issuing a new wave of subpoenas. NPR's Claudia Grisales reports the lawmakers now want documents from the Pentagon and the White House Budget Office.

The House committees are seeking documents related to Trump's decision to withhold military aid to Ukraine. The Defense Department and White House Office of Management and Budget have until October 15 to comply with the subpoenas. The Intelligence Oversight and Foreign Affairs committees are investigating claims Trump pressured Ukrainian president to interfere in the 2020 presidential election. The efforts add to a list of outstanding subpoenas to the State Department and the White House as well as ongoing testimony before the Intelligence Committee. Claudia Grisales, NPR News, Washington.

The Southwest Airlines Pilots Association is suing Boeing for 100 million dollars for lost income due to the grounding of the 737 Max jetliner. The planes have been grounded since March after two Max planes crashed killing 346 people. NPR's Wade Goodwyn has more.

The union represents some 9700 pilots in the lawsuit that accuses Boeing of misrepresenting the 737 Max as essentially the same aircraft its pilots had flown for decades. Captain Jonathan Weaks, SWAPA President, said in a statement, as pilots, we have to be able to trust Boeing to truthfully disclose the information we need to safely operate our aircraft. In the case of the 737 Max, that absolutely did not happen. The grounding has caused the cancellation of more than 30,000 Southwest flights. That, in turn, has has reduced the pilots' income which is based on their flying time. Wade Goodwyn, NPR News, Dallas.

Stocks lost ground on Wall Street today, the Down down 95 points, the Nasdaq fell 26 points.

This is NPR.

This year's Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine will be shared by three scientists who figured out how cells in the body sense oxygen in adopted changing levels. As NPR's Richard Harris explains that it has repercussions of everything from cancer to heart disease.

Gregg Semenza at Gregg L. Semenza University says he didn't wake up when a Nobel committee first called him before 4 AM this morning, and in several minutes passed before the phone ringing again, he was starting to wonder what was up. "I think they were debating whether they will call me back or not, but fortunately they did that with a little faster to the phone the second time around, so". Semenza won the Nobel Prize along with William Kaelin at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Peter Ratcliffe at Oxford University. Their work is leading to new cancer drugs and a deeper understanding of many diseases. Richard Harris, NPR News.

First Lady Melania Trump today called on companies to stop marketing e-cigarettes to children. The first lady is saying they are addictive and dangerous, and the teens and young adults, who believe they are addicted to the products, should get help. Melania Trump spoke at a US Drug Enforcement Administration rally in Washington DC today. Another company Kroger announces today it will stop selling e-cigarettes following the footsteps of companies that have already made similar moves. The message has been promoted ahead of what is being built as an anti-drug week which began October 23rd.

Crude oil futures prices move lower, surrounding some of their biggest gains in two weeks, oil down 6 cents a barrel to end the session today at 52.75 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

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

Republican allies of the president are warning him to reverse course on a decision to pull troops from the Turkish-Syrian border at a likely incursion by Turkey. President Trump announced the decision Sunday evening, taking US military leaders off guard. Now GOP lawmakers who disagree with the president are warning they could act against him if he follows through. Here is NPR's Tim Mak. “Just minutes apart, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell issued statements Monday rebuking the sudden decision, but McConnell's statement was most remarkable in that it included an implied threat. The Republican senator noted that the Senate had previously passed a resolution calling for a continued military presence along the Syria-Turkish border, and that ‘the conditions that produced that bipartisan vote still exist today’. Senator Lindsey Graham, a staunch Trump ally, said the decision to withdraw from that area would have abandoned America's Kurdish allies who had sacrificed during the fight against ISIS while also boosting the influence of Iran, Russia and Turkey. Tim Mak, NPR News, Washington.”

Three House committees leading the impeachment inquiry of President Trump are issuing a new wave of subpoenas. NPR's Claudia Grisales reports the lawmakers now want documents from the Pentagon and the White House Budget Office. “The House committees are seeking documents related to Trump's decision to withhold military aid to Ukraine. The Defense Department and White House Office of Management and Budget have until October 15 to comply with the subpoenas. The Intelligence Oversight and Foreign Affairs committees are investigating claims Trump pressured the Ukrainian president to interfere in the 2020 presidential election. The efforts add to a list of outstanding subpoenas to the State Department and the White House as well as ongoing testimony before the Intelligence Committee. Claudia Grisales, NPR News, Washington.”

The Southwest Airlines Pilots Association is suing Boeing for 100 million dollars for lost income due to the grounding of the 737 Max jetliner. The planes have been grounded since March after two Max planes crashed killing 346 people. NPR's Wade Goodwyn has more. “The union represents some 9700 pilots in the lawsuit that accuses Boeing of misrepresenting the 737 Max as essentially the same aircraft its pilots had flown for decades. Captain Jonathan Weaks, SWAPA President, said in a statement, as pilots, we have to be able to trust Boeing to truthfully disclose the information we need to safely operate our aircraft. In the case of the 737 Max, that absolutely did not happen. The grounding has caused the cancellation of more than 30,000 Southwest flights. That, in turn, has reduced the pilots' income which is based on their flying time. Wade Goodwyn, NPR News, Dallas.”

Stocks lost ground on Wall Street today. The Down down 95 points. The Nasdaq fell 26 points.

This is NPR.

This year's Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine will be shared by three scientists who figured out how cells in the body sense oxygen and adapt to changing levels. As NPR's Richard Harris explains that it has repercussions for everything from cancer to heart disease. “Gregg Semenza at Johns Hopkins University says he didn't wake up when the Nobel committee first called him before 4 AM this morning, and when several minutes passed before the phone rang again, he was starting to wonder what was up. ‘I think they were debating whether to call me back or not, but fortunately they did and I was a little faster to phone the second time around, so. Semenza won the Nobel Prize along with William Kaelin at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Peter Ratcliffe at Oxford University. Their work is leading to new cancer drugs and a deeper understanding of many diseases. Richard Harris, NPR News.”

First Lady Melania Trump today called on companies to stop marketing e-cigarettes to children. The first lady is saying they are addictive and dangerous and the teens and young adults, who believe they are addicted to the products, should get help. Melania Trump spoke at a US Drug Enforcement Administration rally in Washington DC today. Another company Kroger announces today it will stop selling e-cigarettes following the footsteps of companies that have already made similar moves. The message has been promoted ahead of what is being built as an anti-drug week which begins October 23rd.

Crude oil futures prices move lower, surrounding some of their biggest gains in two weeks. Oil down 6 cents a barrel to end the session today at 52.75 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

I am Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.
                                                   
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