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Live from NPR News in Washington, I'm Jack Speer.

The on again, off again idea of tax cuts is apparently back on again at the White House. Though cuts will apparently not be focused on wealthier tax payers, but will look at a broader based approach, that's according to White House economic advisor, Larry Kudlow told reporter today any plan probably won't come before next year.

On additional tax relief incentives, for the middle class, for blue collar workers, small businesses and sale force, additional relief on top of the bill that passed in late 2017. We'll not unfold united bill anytime soon. My guess is that it's like to appear during the campaign.

Kudlow seems to be shining away from a reduction in payroll taxes which the WHite House has discussed earlier this week. The administration's also stressed the US economy remains strong and the tax cuts would only come up their signs of weakening.

Democrats running for president are taking aim at the senate filibuster, a powerful technic to stop certain measure from getting to the floor. NPR's Claudio Sanchez reports the senate majority leader says democrats will rule the day they try to dismantle it.

Some democrats say if they win the White House in the senate in 2020 they should be the filibuster to push through legislation such as gun control. McConnell is warning they will regret such an attempt. IN a New York Time's Au Pair, the Kentucky republican defended the long time rule, the filibuster was eliminated under former democratic majority leader Harry Reid of Nevada to push through several judicial nominees. But McConnell noted the move also led republicans to push through two supreme court justice in 43 new lifetime circuit judges. McConnell said if this movement catch a steam it will end a key safeguard of American government. Claudio Sanchez NPR News Washington.  

The ninth round of peace talks between the US and Afghanistan's Taliban are being held in Qatar. Jennifer Glasse reports from Karbul the both sides are trying to reach consensus on several key issues that will bring to end the 18-year-old war.

US envoy Zalmay Khalilzad in Doha reportedly met personally with the Taliban's chief negotiator in this latest round of talks. Both the Taliban and the US had previously indicated they renew an agreement for American and NATO troop withdrawl in an exchange for counter-terrorism support and an eventual ceasefire. Pavi Lewix, for the Taliban talk to the Afghan government something they refused to do so far. Afghan president Ashraf Ghani says the Taliban can not decide the defeat of the country, only the people of Afhganistan can. He said the negotiation team won't beg for peace but won't negotiate with power and authority. He also said he would make the Taliban's demands public. For NPR News, I'm Jennifer Glasse in Karbul.

Stocks bounce to ground today amid some uncertainty on the part of the investors on whether the FED will lower interest rates when it meets next month. The Dow was up 49 points. Over the NASDAQ fell 28 points. The S&P was down a point. This is NPR.

Former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders who often enjoyed sparring with journalists is apparently joining the club. FoxNews announced today it's agreed to hire the former press secretary to write political commentary and analysis across its various outlets including the FoxNewx channel. Fox business network and the company's radio and podcast division. Sanders served as Donald Trump's press secretary between 2017 and 2019 often battling reporters on any number of issues. Sanders will make a debut next month on the program Fox and Friends.

The CDC says it's investigating cases of severe long illness linked to baby in 16 states. There are 153 reported cases. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports symptoms include shortness of breath and chestpain.

The CDC is working with the state health department to better understand the cluster of severe illness that have led people to the hospital. The CDC says in many cases, patients have acknowledged recent use of THC containing products and active ingredient in mariguana. But no product has been conclusively linked to the illnesses. Vaping cartridges can contain a range of substances including nicotine and THC. The FDA says anyone who has experiences in unexpected tobacco or E-cigarette related health issue can report online via the FDA's safety reporting portal. Allison Aubrey NPR News.

The international conference on endangered speices has moved to ape giraffe to the list for the first time ever. The committee voting today at the world wild life conservation conference, pipping the way for likely approval by the group's plenary. Giraffe's considered to be a vulnerable species.

I'm Jack Speer.
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Live from NPR News in Washington, I'm Jack Speer.

The on-again-off-again idea of tax cuts is apparently back on again at the White House, though cuts will apparently not be focused on wealthier tax payers, but will look at a broader-based approach. That's according to White House economic advisor. Larry Kudlow told reporter today any plan probably won't come before next year.

Additional tax relief incentives, for the middle class, for blue collar workers, small businesses and so forth, additional relief on top of the bill that passed in late 2017. We're not unfolding the bill anytime soon. My guess is that it's likely to appear during the campaign.

Kudlow seems to be shying away from a reduction in payroll taxes which the White House has discussed earlier this week. The administration's also stressed the US economy remains strong and the tax cuts would only come up if there are signs of weakening.

Democrats running for president are taking aim at the Senate filibuster, a powerful tactic to stop certain measures from getting to the floor. NPR's Claudia Grisales reports the Senate majority leader says Democrats will rule the day they try to dismantle it.

Some Democrats say if they win the White House and the Senate in 2020 they should end the filibuster to push through legislation such as gun control. McConnell is warning they will regret such an attempt. In a New York Times Op-ed, the Kentucky republican defended the long time rule, the filibuster was eliminated under former Democratic majority leader Harry Reid of Nevada to push through several judicial nominees. But McConnell noted the move also led Republicans to push through two Supreme Court Justices and 43 new lifetime circuit judges. McConnell said if this movement catch a steam it will end a key safeguard of American government. Claudia Grisales NPR News Washington.  

The ninth round of peace talks between the US and Afghanistan's Taliban are being held in Qatar. Jennifer Glasse reports from Kabul the both sides are trying to reach consensus on several key issues that will bring an end to the 18-year-old war.

US envoy Zalmay Khalilzad in Doha reportedly met personally with the Taliban's chief negotiator in this latest round of talks. Both the Taliban and the US had previously indicated they are nearing an agreement for American and NATO troop withdrawal in exchange for counter-terrorism support and an eventual ceasefire, paving the way for the Taliban to talk to the Afghan government, something they've refused to do so far. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani says the Taliban cannot decide the fate of the country, only the people of Afghanistan can. He said the negotiation team won't beg for peace but will negotiate with power and authority. He also said he would make the Taliban's demands public. For NPR News, I'm Jennifer Glasse in Kabul.

Stocks bounced around amid some uncertainty on the part of the investors on whether the Fed will lower interest rates when it meets next month. The Dow was up 49 points, however the NASDAQ fell 28 points. The S&P was down a point. This is NPR.

Former White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders who often enjoyed sparring with journalists is apparently joining the club. Fox News announced today it's agreed to hire the former Press Secretary to write political commentary and analysis across its various outlets including the Fox News channel, Fox business network and the company's radio and podcast division. Sanders served as Donald Trump's Press Secretary between 2017 and 2019, often battling reporters on any number of issues. Sanders will make her debut next month on the program Fox and Friends.

The CDC says it's investigating cases of severe lung illness linked to vaping in 16 states. There are 153 reported cases. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports symptoms include shortness of breath and chest pain.

The CDC is working with the State Health Department to better understand the cluster of severe illness that have led people to the hospital. The CDC says in many cases, patients have acknowledged recent use of THC containing products and active ingredient in marijuana, but no product has been conclusively linked to the illnesses. Vaping cartridges can contain a range of substances including nicotine and THC. The FDA says anyone who has experiences in unexpected tobacco or E-cigarette related health issue can report it online via the FDA's safety reporting portal. Allison Aubrey NPR News.

An international conference on endangered species has moved to add giraffe to the list for the first time ever. The committee voting today at the world wildlife conservation conference, paving the way for likely approval by the group's plenary. Giraffe's considered to be a vulnerable species.

I'm Jack Speer.
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