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[Homework]NPR 2018-09-27

Live from NPR news in Washington. I am Shasteven. Two more sexual assault allegations have emerged against Brett Kavanaugh. But NPR Stetrod reports the latest claim far fewer  details than the earlier accusation against the Supreme Court Nominee. With Kavanaugh spoke on the phone to Judicial area committee staff early this week, he asked about too more allegation that have been passed along the law makers, Kavanaugh denied both of them. The first came from anonymous letter without contact information about the sender. He claimed in 1998 Kavanaugh drunkenly shoved a friend of the daughter of the anonymous letter writer against the wall. This would have been a time when Kavanaugh worked for Ken Starr investigation President Bill Cliton. The second claim Kavanaugh and his friend Mark Judge assaulted a woman aboard a boat in Rhode island in 1985. On the part of Kavanaugh the committe staff pointing out that accusers have witnessed serveral antitraumatic twiters. Scapetrol NPR news Washington. Online is free willing news conference, President Trump keeps to his script when he appears his UN security council meeting Wednesday. NPR Micau has that story. President Trump was on twit most the security council members on one of the topics of the meeting, Iran. He listened to many speakers defend Iran nuclear deal which he called horrible. At one point Bevie president yelled against other US policies, saying through an intepreter that if US is caring about the human rights, it wouldn't been threatening the international criminal court. Nor would have walked away from the human rights councils, and nor would have separated children from their families, nor put them in cages.Trump seems nonpressed. Egimin president. And he went on the meeting. Michele NPR in united nations. Live haling company Uber will pay 148,000,000 dollars to all 50 states and district comlumbia to sell work complaint over security bridge in 2016. Illinois attorney general Lisey Mac uber waited until last fall to disclose they have been a problem. What they should have done is as quickly as possible. Notify the drivers and notify the states there was a bridge and make amend at that point. Instead the previous leadership under uber not to disclose they have been a bridge. Therefore we have to take a legal action towards lawsuits. Mac said the settlement requires Uber to improve the state security system. The 2016 bridge compromise prusal information on roughly 600,000 Uber drivers in the US. Major tech companies and internet providers are backing a senate measure to protect data privacy, but they say they want the final version to call for uniformal approach. An official from Amazon, apple and At&t and others told the senate hearing they support giving users control over their data and how the information is used. Senator John who chair the commerce committee says he is working on a final version. Although the bill is not likely to win approval this year. This is NPR news. The Trump admistration is expanding its investigation into allegation of bias against Asian American students to encruit into Yale University. A move less than a month after the justic department signed with Asian American suing Harvard. The Yale reported by the Wall street journal,stems on a 2016 complaints. Three Ivy leads Universities which applied tough admission standard towards Asian applicants. And they complained  the alleged  percentage of Asian American students in A lead institutions in the US has declined by their growing share of the US population.Mexical president moved forward the true commision to investigate the four year old case three mising college students. Karocon reports the current admistration stand by its claim that drug dealers murdered the students and burned their remains. President says he would accept the commision the first day he takes the power December 1st. He made the pledge with meeting with parents of 43 students anniversary and their disapparence. It's been four years since the students were adopted by local police in the small town. According to the official government investigation handed over to drug gang which killed the students and burned their bodies in a trush dumb. Only a few remains were ever identified one of the students. None of the others have been found. International expert and the students' parents have long cast doubt on many aspects of the government investigation.
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[Homework]NPR 2018-09-27

1. Two more sexual assault allegations have emerged against Brett Kavanaugh. But as NPR Scott detroral reports, the latest claims have far fewer details than earlier accusations against the Supreme Court Nominee. When Kavanaugh spoke on the phone to Judiciary committee staff earlier this week, they asked him about too more allegations that have been passed along to law makers, Kavanaugh denied both of them. The first came from anonymous letter with no contact information about the sender. He claimed in 1998 Kavanaugh drunkenly shoved a friend of the daughter of the anonymous letter writer against the wall. This would have been at the time that Kavanaugh worked for Ken Starr investigating President Bill Clinton. The second claim is that Kavanaugh and his friend Mark Judge assaulted a woman aboard a boat in Rhode island in 1985. On the call with Kavanaugh, the committee staff pointed out that the accuser had written several anti-Trump tweets.
Unlike his free-willing news conference, President Trump kept to his script when he appeared a UN security council meeting Wednesday. NPR Michael Calimen has that story. President Trump was at odds with most security council members on one of the topics of the meeting, Iran. He listened to many speakers defend Iran nuclear deal which he called horrible. At one point Bolivia's President Evo Morales railed against other US policies, saying through an interpreter that if the US really cared about human rights, it wouldn't been threatening the international criminal court. Nor would it have walked away from the human rights council, and nor would it have separated migrant children from their families, nor put them in cages. Trump seemed nonplussed. thank you, Mr. President. and he went on with the meeting.
Ride-hailing company Uber will pay $148 million to all 50 states and the district of Columbia, to settle a complaint over security breach in 2016. Illinoi attorney general Lisa Manigans says Uber waited until last fall to disclose there had been a problem. What they should have done is, as quickly as possible, notify the drivers, notify the state of the fact there was a breach and make amends at that point. Instead, the previous leadership under Uber did not disclose there had been a breach, and therefore we had to take legal action to enforce our laws. Manigans says the settlement requires Uber to improve its status security system. The 2016 breach compromised personal information on roughly 600,000 Uber drivers in the US.
Major tech companies and internet service providers are backing a senate measure to protect data privacy, but say they want the final version to call for uniform approach. Officials from Amazon, Apple, AT&T and others told a senate hearing they support giving users control over their data and how the information is used. Senator Johnson who chairs the commerce committee says he is working on the final version, although the bill is not likely to win approval this year.
The Trump administration is expanding its investigation into allegations of racial bias against Asian American students to include Yale University. The move comes less than a month after the Justice Department sided with an Asian American group in Harvard. The Yale probe is first reported by Wallstreet Journal. Stamps from a 2016 complaint against 3 Ivy League Universities accused of applying tougher admission standards for Asian applicants. The complaint alleges the percentage of Asian American students at lead institutions in the US has declined, despite their growing share of US population.
Mexico's President-elect says he'll move forward with a truth commission to investigate with the 4-year old case of 43 missing colleague students. As NPR's Cary Comb reports, the current administration stands by its claim that drug dealers murdered the students and burned their remains. President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obdro says he will accept the commission the first day he takes power December 1st. He made the pledge during a meeting with the parents of the 43 missing students on anniversary of their disappearance. It's been 4 years since the students were abducted by local police in a small town Igualagaralo, and according to the official government investigation, handed over to a drug gang which killed the students and burned their bodies at a trash dump. Only a few remains were ever identified as one the students. None of the others have been found. International experts and the students' parents have long cast doubt on many aspects of the government's investigation.


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