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President Trump will meet Chinese president Xi Jinping at G20 summit in Japan next month. As the two countries attempt to work out trade agreement, NPR's news reports talks have stalled after US accusations of Chinese bad track on their commitments. President Trump says he thinks US will position to come out on top in the current trade distribute with China. But in the meantime, he said his administration will offer about 15billion dollars at aids for farmers. "And out of billions of dollars it would have taken it in, a small portion of that would go into our farmers, because China will be retaliating, probably, to a certain extent, against our farmers". In addition to talk to Chinese president, Trump also announced that he would be meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin at G20. He said he believed US still have a good relationship with China. Ayesha Rascoe, NPR news, White House

With policy maker facing flash market volatility, federal officials say they will be continuing monitor the situation while policy makers say they expect the impact on US growth of US-China trade war to be small. They said it also depends on the severe of tensions. In the collapse of talks last week, maybe high in those fears, speaking on the business news channel CNBC today, Minneapolis federal reserve bank president Neel KashKari say there is a worry things could change especially if it appears, tariffs between the two sides will continue for an extended period of time, that could cause the federal considering recent guidance pretty clean no rate cuts this year.

The supreme court has ruled a major anti-trust lawsuit against Apple over its apps store can proceed. The 5-4 vote ruling immediately plunged App stock price. NPR's Nina Totenberg reports, Trump appointee Kavanaugh wrote "the decision for himself and the cause for liberal justice". "Kavanaugh stressed that the court majority was taking no position on the merits of the lawsuit but he said, under long-standing president the suit could proceed to its next stages". The lawsuit was brought against by iPhone users who claim the company was monopolizing the retail apps market. The theory of the lawsuit by charging 30 percent commission for any apps marketed at the Apps store, Apple is issuing the some of those developer would passed the cost on consumers creating a higher than competitive price, the suits also claims that Apple shuts out competitors with iPhone software that prevents iPhone owners from buying apps anywhere other than at the company's apps store. Nina Totenberg, NPR news Washington.

Law enforcement in security tool that was a bad glass about the use of police facial recognition technology, San Francisco is poised becoming the first city in US to ban use of facial recognition by police. Including as a part of broader surveillance measures approved by local supervisors.

Stocks plunged today, the Dow drops 617 points. You are listening to NPR.

It appears not just the people from central American countries like Mexico, who were trying to across the US on southern border. Rising number of Cubans are also trying to take the same route. Adding to a backlog of people waiting at Mexico side for their chance to apply for asylum. The uptake in the past few months has been propelled loosening travel restriction to central America and worsening living conditions in Cuba. Around 4,500 people most from Cuba waiting across the border from El Paso.

Flags are flying at half-staff across Michigan today, in honor of federal appeals court Judge in Civil Rights icon. Judge Damon Keith die last month at age of 96, from member station WDET, Laura Hershberger reports the outpouring in today's funeral in Detroit was a flux of jury's impact. "Mourners filed into Baptist Church in Detroit to remember the life of judge Damon J. Keith, the grand son of slaves was appointed to federal district court in 1967. Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan is one of the many who speak at the funeral". "If you are a federal judge, and you have one case in your career, will you can bend history to the arc of justice. It is a great career. Judge Keith has five cases in just over five years and every one of them is an essential ruling was affirmed by the court of appeals", "he has order the next administration to turn over wiretaps and he was among the first judges in the country to order bus and integrating school". From NPR news, I am Laura Hershberger in Detroit.

Oil closed lower down 62 cents a barrel today the end session is 61.04 a barrel in New York. I am Jack Speer NPR news in Washington.
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Live from NPR news in Washington, I am Jack Spear.
President Trump will meet with Chinese president Xijinpin at the G20 summit in Japan next month, as the two countries attempt to work out a trade agreement. NPR’s Isher Rusco reports talks have stalled over US accusations the Chinese of backtrack on their commitments. President Trump says he thinks US is well position to come out on top in the current trade dispute with China. But in the meantime, he said his administration will offer about 15 billion dollars aid to farmers, ‘and out of billions of dollars that would take it in. A small portion of that will be going to our farmers, because China will be retaliating probably to a certain extent against our farmers.’ In addition to the talks with the Chinese president, Trump also announced that he will be meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin at the G20. He said he believes the US can still have a good relationship with China. Isher Rusco, NPR news, the white house.
With policy makers facing fresh market volatility, fed officials say they will be continuing to monitor the situation while policy makers said they expect the impact on US growth of US-China trade war to be small, they said that it also depends on the severe of tensions, and the collapse of talks last week maybe heightening those fears. Speaking on the business news channel CNBC today, Minneapolis federal reserve bank president Neal Carshcary said there is worry things could change especially if it appears, tariffs between the two sides will continue for an extended period of time, that could cause the fed to reconsider the recent guidance pretty clean no rate cuts this year.
The supreme court has ruled a major antitrust lawsuit against Apple over its app store can proceed. The five to four ruling immediately plunged Apple’s stock price. NPR’s Nena Tekinperk reports Trump appointed Brett Kavanaugh wrote the decision for himself and the courts for liberal justices. Kavanaugh stressed that the court majority was taking no position on the merits of the lawsuit, but he said that under long standing president, the suit could proceed to its next stages. The lawsuit was brought against Apple by iphone users who claimed that the company was monopolizing the retail apps market. The theory of the lawsuit is that by charging a 30% commission for any app marketed at the app store. Apple is issuing that some of those developers will pass the cost onto consumers, creating a higher than competitive price. The suit also claims that Apple shuts out competitors with iphone software that prevents iphone owners from buying apps anywhere other than at the company’s own app store. Nina Tekinperk, NPR news, Washington.
Despite ** is law enforcement security tool, there is a backlash about use of police facial recognition technology. San Francisco’s Pois become the first city in the US to ban use of facial recognition by police, including those part of the broader surveillance measure approved by local supervisors.
Stocks plunged today, the DOW dropped 617 points.       
You are listening to NPR.
It appears not just people from central American countries and Mexico were trying to cross the US on the southern border, rising numbers of Cubans were also trying to take the same route, adding to a backlog of people waiting at the Mexico side for their chance to apply for a asylum. The uptake in the past several months has been propelled by loosened travel restrictions in central America, and worsening living conditions in Cuba. Around 4500 people mostly from Cuba waiting across the border from Alpaso.
Flags are flying at half staff across Michigan today in honor of federal appeals court judge in civil right icon. Judge Damon Keith died last month at the age of 96. From member station WDET Rora Hershiberg reports the outpouring in today’s funeral in Detroit was a ** of ** impact. Mourners filed into Baptist church in Detroit to remember the life of judge Damen Keith. The grandson of slaves was appointed to federal district court in 1967. Detroit mayor Mike Duggan was one of the many who spoke at the funeral, ‘if you are federal judge, and you have one case in your career where you can bend history to the arc of justice. It’s a great career. Judge Keith had five cases in just over 5 years and everyone of them there is essential rulers was affirmed by the court of appeals.’ Keith ordered the Nixon administration to turn over wired taps, and he was among the first judges in the country to order busing to integrate schools. For NPR news, I am Rora Hershiberg in Detroit.
Oil closed lower down 62 cents a barrel today to end the session at 61.04 a barrel in New York.
I am Jack Spear, NPR news in Washington.
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