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

As hurricane Dorian battered the east coast of the US so far the damage has been nowhere near severe. It's what residents of Grand Bahamas and the Abaco islands indoor, as a strong category five hurricane Dorian stalled there for more than a day pounding residents with 185 miles per hour winds and 23-foot storm surge. Micox Evansx is an evacuee from Abaco and says people are stunned by the level of the struction Dorian left behind.

Everybody is likely to stay at a shop now. We lost everything. So right now we just sick and survive more right now.

International relief efforts are underway there. Meanwhile Dorian remains the strong category two hurricane off the coast of Carolina's today, storming addition to downing powerlines at spouted number of deadly tornados. Dorian is now closing for a possible direct hit on North Carolina's fragile outer banks.

Officials at the New York state department of health say lab tests show high levels of vitamin E in cartridges of E-cigarettes used by people who have ended up hospitalized for vaping. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports some those products appear to be black market goods.

Nationwide more than 200 people have fallen ill and been hospitalized with severe respiratory symptoms after vaping. Now the health commissioner of New York Howard Zucker says very high levels of vitamin-E found in cartridges that also contain THC is a focus of the investigation. Zucker says the cartridges are not coming from approved medical dispensaries.

This is a situation of people buying products that have been listed with markedly advice announced vitamin-E.

Vitamin-E is usually safe as a supplemental cream but when it's inhaled deep and long Zucker says it can be harmful. Allison Aubrey NPR News, Washington.

NPR's governing board has named a new chief executive. As NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik reports long time broadcasting and cable TV executive John Lansing will start the job at mid October.

Lansing is currently head of the federal agency that oversees the voice of America, radio liberty and another governmental outlets that broadcast news and cultural programs to people aboard. Appointed by president Boama in 2015, Lansing was the first CEO at the US agency for global media. He's credited with clarifying its lands of authority and with championing the importance of a free press internationally, a message with residents at home. He was previously a top television executive of the EW scripts company where he oversaw its local television stations and its cable channels including the food network and HG TV. In succeeding Jarl Mohn's CEO in NPR, JOhn Lansing takes over the helm from the nation's leading broadcasters after years of growth. But Lansing also hurts in newsroom that remained unsettled after main two scandals that forced out its formal news chief. David Folkenflik NPR News Washington.

Stocks gained gound on Wall Street today. The Dow up 372 points. The NASDAQ rose 139 points. This is NPR.

Michigan state university will pay for 4.5 million-dollar fine for failing to protect a gymnast from decreased sport doctor Larry Nassar. From MIchigan public radio, Rick Pluta has an update.

Along with the fine, MIchigan state also has to overhaul its federal titled nine procedures which are supposed to protect students from sexual misconduct. Education secretary Betsy DeVos says this is the largest fine the department has ever ordered for the sort of transgression She says schools must do better by their students.

We can and will turn the tide of this campus in justices.

Former MSU sports doctor Larry Narsar was sentenced to up to 175 years in prison after sexually abuse in gymnasium and students for years. The dean of the school of Osteopathic Medicine was also convicted of misconduct. And the MSU provost has now resigned for failing to protect students. For NPR News, I'm Rick Pluta.

US productivity continued to rise as the health pace during the second quarter. Though it fell slightly as factories showed concerned that part of the economy. Labor department says its latest revision for second quarter number shows overall productivity that's output per hour worked rose at the seasonally adjusted annual rate of 2.3% for the April through June period. That follows in even bigger rise during the first quarter. The second quarter revision was basically unchanged from the initial estimate released last month.

Crude oil futures prices closed little change today. Oil up $0.04 a barrel to end the session at $56.30 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

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

As Hurricane Dorian batters the east coast of the US, so far the damage has been nowhere near as severe as what residents of Grand Bahama and Abaco Islands endured. As a strong category-5 Hurricane, Dorian stalled there for more than a day, pounding residents with 185 mile-per-hour winds and 23-foot storm surge. / is evacuated from Abaco and says people are stunned by the level of destruction Dorian left behind. "Everybody is like in a state of shock right now. We lost everything. So right now, we're just sick and survivals right now." International relief efforts are underway there. Meanwhile, Dorian remains a strong category-2 hurricane of the coast of the Carolinas today. Storm, in addition to downing power lines, is responsible for a number of deadly tornadoes. Dorian is now closing in for a possible direct hit on North Carolina's fragile Outer Banks.

Officials at the New York State Department of Health say lab tests show high levels of Vitamin E in cartridges of e-cigarettes used by people who ended up hospitalized for vaping. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports some of those products appeared to be black market goods.

Nationwide, more than 200 people have fallen ill and been hospitalized with severe respiratory symptoms after vaping. Now the Health Commissioner of New York, Howard Zucker, says very high levels of Vitamin E found in cartridges that also contain THC is a focus of the investigation. Zucker says the cartridges are not coming from approved medical dispensaries. "This is a situation of people buying products that have been laced with markedly elevated amounts of Vitamin E." Vitamin E is usually safe as a supplement or cream, but when it's inhaled deeper in the lung, Zucker says, it can be harmful. Allison Aubrey, NPR News, Washington.

NPR's governing board has named a new chief executive. As NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik reports long-time broadcasting and cable TV executive John Lansing will start the job in mid-October.

Lansing is currently head of the federal agency that oversees the Voice of America, Radio Liberty and other governmental outlets that broadcast news and culture programs to people abroad. Appointed by President Obama in 2015, Lansing was the first CEO at the US agency for global media. He is credited with clarifying its lines of authority and with championing the importance of a free press internationally amassed with residents at home. He was previously a top television executive at the E.W. Scripps Company while he oversaw its local television stations and its cable channels including the food network and HGTV. In succeeding Jarl Mohn, CEO of NPR, John Lansing takes over the helm of one of the nation's leading broadcasters after years of growth. But Lansing also inherits a newsroom that remains unsettled after MeToo scandals that forced out its former news chief. David Folkenflik, NPR News.

Stocks gained ground on Wall Street today, the Dow up 372 points, the NASDAQ rose 139 points.

This is NPR.

Michigan State University will pay for a 4.5 million dollar fine for failing to protect gymnasts from disgraced sports doctor Larry Nassar. From Michigan, public radio, / has an update.

Along with the fine, Michigan State also has to overhaul its federal title-nine procedures which are supposed to protect its students from sexual misconducts. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos says this is the largest fine the department has ever ordered for this sort of transgression. She says schools must do better by their students. "We can and will turn the tide of this campus injustice." Former MSU sports doctor Larry Nassar was sentenced to up to 175 years in prison after sexually abusing gymnasts and students for years. The dean of the school of osteopathic medicine was also convicted of misconduct. And the MSU provost has now resigned for failing to protect students. For NPR News, I'm /.

US productivity continues to rise at a healthy pace during the second quarter, though it fell slightly as factories showed concerned in that part of the economy. The Labor Department says its latest revision to second-quarter number shows overall productivity, that's our proper hour word, rose at the seasonally-adjusted annual rate of 2.3% for the April through June period. That follows an even bigger rise during the first quarter. The second-quarter revision was basically unchanged from an initially estimated released last month.

Crude oil futures prices closed little changed today. Oil up four cents a barrel to end the session at 56. 30 a barrel on the New York Merchandise Exchange.

I am Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.
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