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[Homework]NPR 2019-08-27

Live from NPR News in Washington, I am Jack Speer.
An Oklahoma judge has ruled that Johnson&Johnson must pay the state 572 million dollars with its role in the state's opioid epidemic. Oklahoma had sought 17 billion dollars, blaming Johnson&Johnson for fueling the crisis that has claimed the lives of thousands of people in the state. Here's Judge Thad Balkman announcing the decision.
This is the amount of costs that I am constraint to order Johnson&Johnson to pay based on the particulars of a nuisance claim and the evidence that was presented to that trial.
It's the first opioid case to go to trial out of roughly 1500 lawsuits filed by state and local government against manufacturers. The state reached two previous smaller settlements with Purdue and Teva Pharmaceuticals. Oklahoma accused the companies of aggressively misleading marketing to promote the addicted drugs. Johnson&Johnson says it will appeal.
Iran may be getting ready to launch a rocket into space. As NPR's Jeff Brownfield explains, it will be the third such launch attempt this year. Commercial satellite imagery from the company Planet shows the launchpad at Iran's Imam Khomeini Space Center has gotten a fresh coat of paint, as of August 24th. The pad is now bright blue. Together with other recent images showing lots of activities at the site, Iran seems to be getting ready to launch something into space according to says Dave Schmerler, an analyst at the Middlebury Institute.
We're getting close to a launch, but exactly when that will happen I can't tell you.
If it happened, it will be the third such launch attempt this year. Rocket launches in January and February both failed before reaching orbit.
The Trump administration accused Iran of using the space program to develop long-range ballistic missiles. Iran insists its intentions are peaceful.Geoff Brumfiel, NPR News, Washington.
The Group of Seven, the world's wealthiest nations, are going to provide 20 million dollars to help fight the fires in the Amazon. NPR's Phillip Reeves says Brazil's president is complaining about the world's response. Jair Bolsonaro's handling of this crisis has caused worldwide anger and is regarded as a disaster by many in Brazil, who fear he's inflicted huge damage on his nation's international standing. One poll shows Bolsonaro's approval ratings are now down sharply to under 30%. The G7's signed off on a small sum, just 20 million dollars to help Brazil and its neighbors in the fire fighting operation now under way in the rainforest. Yet Bolsonaro sees the Amazon as Brazil's and is deeply suspicious of international involvement. He's complaining the rich countries are treating Brazil like a colony and today ask reporters does anyone help anyone without something in return? Phillip Reeves, NPR News, Rio de Janeiro.
Stocks gain ground today. It made some comments from President Trump that the US and China are preparing to begin talking again about ways of dealing with their trade war. The Dow was up 269 points. This is NPR.
Lawmakers on both sides in the ongoing political division in Hong Kong say the other side is to blame for recent violence that has taken place there. Latest violence clash between police and demonstrators taking place over the weekend. Pro-government members of the legislative counsel today condemn the violence by protesters who blocked streets through gasoline bombs and assaulted police. Pro-democracy legislators say the government employees need to take responsibilities for what's happening there. Protestors are demanding democratic elections and an independent inquiry into alleged violence by police in breaking up protest in the semi-autonomous region.
CITES,International Endangered Species Convention Meeting in Geneva, is close to exempting musical instruments from trade restrictions on Rosewood. NPR's Robert Benincasa has more.
The restriction's date to 2017, when strong demand for rosewood furniture in China led to conservation worries. Musical instrument makers, which also use rosewood, lost millions in sales. Travelling orchestras feared their instruments would be seized. The exemption approved by the CITES committee would let instruments and their parts cross international borders without permits.
Today was really the culmination of three years of productive dialog across musical instrument stakeholders, parties to the convention and also conservation groups. That's lobbyist Heather Noonan at the League of American Orchestras. The measure is expected to be finalized by Wednesday. Robert Benincasa, NPR News.
Crude oil futures prices closed lower today. Oil ending the session down 1%, to close at 53.64 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.
I am Jack Speer, NPR News, in Washington.




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