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President Donald Trump says he had intended to wind down the White House coronavirus task force, but now plans to add two or three new members after receiving calls from "very respected people" to keep it going. Speaking at a White House event honoring national Nurses' Day, Trump says the task force will continue indefinitely, but he says its focus will be shifting.
"There will be more in a neighborhood probably of opening our country up, because our country has to get open again and the people want it to be open, but we have to open it up safely."
Trump also asked about schools reopening in August and said schools should definitely open in my opinion. Over the President repeat previous comments saying teachers over the age of 60, especially those with diabetes or heart problems should not return to work.

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The Small Businesses Administration's emergency loan program appears to have brought some financial relief to many churches and other houses of worship. NPR's Tom Jortten has the numbers.
The SBA has not broken down how many of the loans under its new paycheck protection program have gone to houses of worship, but some religious organizations have done their own surveys. Of about 17,000 Catholic Parishes at least 6000 got loans in the first round of lending, about 3000 more said their loan applications were accepted in the second round. A survey of Protestant Churches by LifeWay Research found that about a quarter of them applied successfully in the first round along. Other surveys show that at least 2500 synagogues have been approved for loans. Over past many Jewish leaders have expressed concerns about the separation of church in state.
Tom Jortten, NPR news.

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New poll numbers are adding to findings that when it comes to the toll the coronavirus is taken on the nation as a whole, a disproportionate amount of the pain is been worn by people of color. The Associated Press north and center Public Affairs Research show 61% of Hispanic Americans have been experienced a loss in household income as compared with 46% of Americans over all, 27% of black Americans say they have been unable to pay at least one bill.

[02:05.8-02:58.3]
With a mixed day on Wall Street NPR's Scott Hosri reports the DOW fell more than 200 points.
Both Dow and the S&P500 index ended lower after payroll process or ADP reported in that loss of more than 20 million jobs last month. The official employment report from the Labor Department Friday has expected to show historic job losses tied to the cv, and the biggest jump in unemployment since the Great Depression. Lucheck______ stocks fell 9.10 of a percent_____ while the S&P was down 7.1 of a percent. The Nasdaq however ended up about 0.5 a percent. Shares in General Motor's jump near 3% after the automaker announced a better than expected first quarter earnings. GM plans to restart most of its north American plants later this month.
Scott Hosli, NPR news, Washington.
The NASDAQ was up 55 points today.
U r listening to NPR.

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Wheel bones and bars__________ are nothing new for Texas, but the scale and scope of the coronavirus slowdown in consumption of the commodity is unlike anything most producers have ever seen, leave places like the city of Houston grappling with a major down turn in one of its biggest industries. Houston's economy has been virtually shut down with a projected budget deficit around 200 million dollars. Roughly a third of the city's economy is depended on oil which fell from 60 dollar a barrel at the start of the year to less than 24 dollars a barrel now.

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Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro has broadcast video of a captured American accused of being part a plot to overthrow him. Here's NPR's Todd Brifs.
Luke Denman is former Green Berets绿蓓蕾特种兵 aged 34. He's one of two captured US citizens accused by Maduro of being amang a band of mercenaries雇佣兵 who arrived in Venezuela by boat early Sunday on a mission to incite a coup. At a press conference Wednesday Maduro played an atitid______version of Denman being interrogated with a camera only on him Deman shown calm explaining that his instructions were to secure an airport and bring a plane to fly Maduro to the US. Denmen says he was hired by a former Green Berets based in Florida. He says in January he flew to Columbia to train several dozen Venezuelans for the mission. According to Maduro President Donald Trum is behind this bizarre affair. Yet Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the US government wasn't directly involved.
Flip Ritz, NPR news.

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European Union is predicting a recession of historic proportions this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. In its first official forecast the EU is predicting the 27-nation bloc will see its economy contract at 7.5% rate this year.

I'm Jack Speer. NPR news.
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1.  President Donald Trump says he had intended to wind down the White House coronavirus task force, but now plans to add two or three new members after receiving calls from "very respected people" to keep it going. Speaking at a White House event honoring national Nurses' Day, Trump says the task force will continue indefinitely, but he says its focus will be shifting.

"There will be more in a neighborhood probably of opening our country up, because our country has to get open again and the people want it to be open, but we have to open it up safely."

Trump also asked about schools reopening in August and said schools should definitely open in my opinion. Over the President repeat previous comments saying teachers over the age of 60, especially those with diabetes or heart problems should not return to work.

2.  The Small Businesses Administration's emergency loan program appears to have brought some financial relief to many churches and other houses of worship. NPR's Tom Jortten has the numbers.

The SBA has not broken down on how many of the loans under its new paycheck protection program have gone to houses of worship, but some religious organizations have done their own surveys. Of about 17,000 Catholic Parishes, at least 6000 got loans in the first round of lending, about 3000 more said their loan applications were accepted in the second round. A survey of Protestant Churches by LifeWay Research found that about a quarter of them applied successfully in the first round along. Other surveys show that at least 2500 synagogues have been approved for loans. In the past many Jewish leaders have expressed concerns about the separation of church in state.

Tom Jortten, NPR news.

3.  New poll numbers are adding to findings that when it comes to the toll the coronavirus is taken on the nation as a whole, a disproportionate amount of the pain has been borne by people of color. The Associated Press' New York Center for  Public Affairs research show 61% of Hispanic Americans have been experienced a loss in household income as compared with 46% of Americans over all, 27% of black Americans said they have been unable to pay at least one bill.

4   It was a mixed day on Wall Street. NPR's Scott Hosri reports the DOW fell more than 200 points.

Both the Dow and the S&P500 Index ended lower after payroll processor ADP reported a net loss of more than 20 million jobs last month. The official employment report from the Labor Department Friday has expected to show historic job losses tied to the cv, and the biggest jump in unemployment since the Great Depression.

Blue chip stocks fell nine tenth of a percent while the S&P was down seven tenth of a percent. The Nasdaq however ended up about half of a percent. Shares in General Motor's jump near 3% after the automaker announced a better than expected first quarter earnings. GM plans to restart most of its north American plants later this month.

Scott Hosli, NPR news, Washington.

The NASDAQ was up 55 points today.

U r listening to NPR.

5.  Oil booms and busts are nothing new for Texas, but the scale and scope of the coronavirus slowdown in consumption of the commodity is unlike anything most producers there have ever seen. These places like the city of Houston is grappling with a major downturn in one of its biggest industries. Houston's economy has been virtually shut down with a projected budget deficit around 200 million dollars. Roughly a third of the city's economy is depended on oil which fell from 60 dollar a barrel at the start of the year to less than 24 dollars a barrel now.

6.  Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro has broadcast a video of a captured American accused of being part a plot to overthrow him. Here's NPR's Todd Brifs.

Luke Denman is former Green Berets绿蓓蕾特种兵 aged 34. He's one of two captured US citizens accused by Maduro of being amang a band of mercenaries雇佣兵 who arrived in Venezuela by boat early Sunday on a mission to incite a coup. At a press conference Wednesday Maduro played an edited version of Denman being interrogated. With a camera only on him Deman shown calm explaining that his instructions were to secure an airport and bring a plane to fly Maduro to the US. Denmen says he was hired by a former Green Berets based in Florida. He says in January he flew to Columbia to train several dozen Venezuelans for the mission. According to Maduro President Donald Trum is behind this bizarre affair. Yet Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the US government wasn't directly involved.

Flip Ritz, NPR news.

7.  European Union is predicting a recession of historic proportions this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. In its first official forecast the EU is predicting the 27-nation bloc will see its economy contract at 7.5% rate this year.
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1.  President Donald Trump says he had intended to wind down the White House coronavirus task force, but now plans to add two or three new members after receiving calls from "very respected people" to keep it going. Speaking at a White House event honoring national Nurses' Day, Trump says the task force will continue indefinitely, but he says its focus will be shifting.

"There will be more in the neighborhood probably of opening our country up, because our country has to get open again and the people want it to be open, but we have to open it up safely."

Trump also asked about schools reopening in August and said schools should definitely open in my opinion. Over/However the President repeated previous comments saying teachers over the age of 60, especially those with diabetes or heart problems should not return to work.


2.  The Small Businesses Administration's emergency loan program appears to have brought some financial relief to many churches and other houses of worship. NPR's Tom Gjelten has the numbers.

The SBA has not broken down on how many of the loans under its new paycheck protection program have gone to houses of worship, but some religious organizations have done their own surveys. Of about 17,000 Catholic Parishes, at least 6,000 got loans in the first round of lending, about 3,000more said their loan applications were accepted in the second round. A survey of Protestant Churches by LifeWay Research found that about a quarter of them applied successfully in the first round along/alone. Other surveys show that at least 2,500 synagogues have been approved for loans. In the past many Jewish leaders had expressed concerns about the separation of church and state.


Tom Gjelten, NPR news.

3.  New poll numbers are adding to findings that when it comes to the toll the coronavirus is taken on the nation as a whole, a disproportionate amount of the pain has been borne by people of color. The Associated Press NewYork/NORC Center for Public Affairs research shows 61% of Hispanic Americans have experienced a loss in household income as compared with 46% of Americans overall, 27% of black Americans said they have been unable to pay at least one bill.


4   It was a mixed day on Wall Street. NPR's Scott Horsley reports the Dow fell more than 200 points.

Both the Dow and the S&P 500 Index ended lower after payroll processor ADP reported a net loss of more than 20 million jobs last month. The official employment report from the Labor Department Friday is expected to show historic job losses tied to the coronavirus, and the biggest jump in unemployment since the Great Depression.


Blue chip stocks fell nine tenth of a percent while the S&P was down seven tenth of a percent. The Nasdaq however ended up about half of a percent. Shares in General Motor's jump near 3% after the automaker announced a better than expected first quarter earnings. GM plans to restart most of its North American plants later this month.

Scott Horsley, NPR news, Washington.

The NASDAQ was up 55 points today.

You are listening to NPR.

5.  Oil booms and busts are nothing new for Texas, but the scale and scope of the coronavirus slowdown in consumption of the commodity is unlike anything most producers there have ever seen. These/It leaves places like the city of Houston grappling with a major downturn in one of its biggest industries. Houston's economy has been virtually shut down with a projected budget deficit around 200 million dollars. Roughly a third of the city's economy is depended on oil which fell from 60 dollar a barrel at the start of the year to less than 24 dollars a barrel now.

6.  Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro has broadcast a video of a captured American accused of being part a plot to overthrow him. Here's NPR's Philip Reeves.

Luke Denman is a former Green Beret
绿蓓蕾特种兵 aged 34. He's one of two captured US citizens accused by Maduro of being among a band of mercenaries雇佣兵 who arrived in Venezuela by boat early Sunday on a mission to incite a coup. At a press conference Wednesday Maduro played an edited version of Denman being interrogated, with a camera only on him Denman shown calmly explaining that his instructions were to secure an airport and bring a plane to fly Maduro to the US. Denmen says he was hired by a former Green Beret based in Florida. He says in January he flew to Columbia to train several dozen Venezuelans for the mission. According to Maduro, President Donald Trump is behind this bizarre affair. Yet Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the US government wasn't directly involved.

Philip Reeves, NPR news.


7.  European Union is predicting a recession of historic proportions this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. In its first official forecast the EU is predicting the 27-nation bloc will see its economy contract at 7.5% rate this year.
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