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

An abrupt departure for President Trump's National Security Advisor John Bolton. Bolton known for his hawkish views appearing to have clashed once too often with the president, most recently over policy on Iran and Afghanistan. NPR's / has more on the departure of the controversial West Wing advisor.

The White House has been very clear today in its messaging that this is about disagreements. The Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley talked to reporters at the White House including some of our colleagues and said this wasn't about a single issue, this was about many disagreements. Trump and Bolton apparently got to the point where they just couldn't keep doing this, and whichever one of them decided to make the move he either John Boldon was pushed. NPR's / . President Trump is said to have an announcement about Bolton's permanent replacement next week.

The acting head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration spoke at an annual gathering of weather watchers in Alabama today. Not normally, the staff of news except he is the official defended President Trump's false assertions about Hurricane Dorian in Alabama, Mary Scott Hodgin of member station WBHM has more.

Acting NOAA administrator Neil Jacobs addressed a full crowd of meteorologists and scientists. He defended the agency's statement backing President Trump, saying Alabama had been in a path of Hurricane Dorian at one point. Kevin Laws is with the National Weather Service in Birmingham, the office that was criticized in NOAA's statement. But Laws says he supports Jacobs. "took a lot of guts coming here today, you know, because, you know, he didn't know what to expect, and I believe he did what he thought was right." And he says weather officials in Birmingham did what they had to do by alerting the public that Alabama was not under threat. For NPR News, I am Mary Scott Hodgin in Huntsville.

Americans want to see Congress pass new restrictions on gun ownership, that is according to a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll released today. NPR's Don Gonyea reports that the survey shows Democrats and Republicans support some of the prominent proposals being debated as a way to curb gun violence.

Nearly nine in ten want more funding for mental health screenings in treatment. More than eight in ten back universal background checks for gun purchases, less popular but still a solid majority are calls for bans on purchase of high-capacity ammunition magazines and non-assaults-style weapons. But on those two issues, the bipartisan support breaks down as a majority of Republicans don't support either. Additionally, the poll shows a sizeable gender divide. For example, women overwhelmingly favor an assault-style weapons ban but a majority of men oppose the idea. Don Gonyea, NPR News, Washington.

For a second straight session, the tax sector helped to leave much of the market lower. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 73 points at 26,909, while the NASDAQ fell three points.

This is NPR.

The Environmental Protection Agency says it will aggressively reduce the use of animals in safety testing of chemicals including pesticides. NPR's Nell Greenfieldboyce tells us the testing commonly gets done on rats and mice.

Researchers have long been trying to increase the use of alternative safety tests. Once that use lab-grown cells or computer modeling, now EPA administrator Andrew Wheeler is setting specific deadlines for reducing and eventually eliminating the use of animals in toxicity assessments. "We will reduce mammal, study request and funding by 30% by 2025. We will eliminate all mammal study requests and funding by 2035." Animal welfare groups, including the Humane Society of the United States, applaud the move. One environmental group, the National Resources Defence Council, says that phasing out these lab tests could make it harder to identify the harmful effects of chemicals. Nell Greenfieldboyce, NPR News.

One of the 20th-century's most notable photographers died. Robert Frank died Monday on Cape Breton Island in Novo Scotia at the age of 94. Frank's seminal book "The Americans" captured the singular moments during the 1950s, using stark and unconventional images. Frank was also a filmmaker creating more than 30 movies and videos including a graphic unreleased documentary of the Rolling Stones, "1972 Tour". Black-and-white super 8 pictures by Frank were also featured on the cover of one of the band's albums "Exiles On The Main Street".

Crude oil prices features fell today. Oil down 45 cents a barrel to end the session at 57.40 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 Speer.

An abrupt departure for President Trump's National Security Advisor John Bolton. Bolton known for his hawkish views appearing to have clashed once too often with the president, most recently over policy on Iran and Afghanistan. NPR's Philip Ewing has more on the departure of the controversial West Wing advisor. “The White House has been very clear today in its messaging that this is about disagreements. The Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley talked to reporters at the White House including some of our colleagues and said this wasn't about a single issue, this was about many disagreements. Trump and Bolton apparently got to the point where they just couldn't keep doing this, and whichever one of them decided to make the move he either John Bolton was pushed.” NPR's Philip Ewing. President Trump is said to have an announcement about Bolton's permanent replacement next week.

The acting head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration spoke at an annual gathering of weather watchers in Alabama today. Not normally, the staff of news except he is the official who defended President Trump's false assertions about Hurricane Dorian in Alabama. Mary Scott Hodgin of member station WBHM has more. “Acting NOAA administrator Neil Jacobs addressed a full crowd of meteorologists and scientists. He defended the agency's statement backing President Trump, saying Alabama had been in the path of Hurricane Dorian at one point. Kevin Laws is with the National Weather Service in Birmingham, the office that was criticized in NOAA's statement. But Laws says he supports Jacobs. Took a lot of guts coming here today, you know, because, you know, he didn't know what to expect, and I believe he did what he thought was right. And he says weather officials in Birmingham did what they had to do by alerting the public that Alabama was not under threat. For NPR News, I am Mary Scott Hodgin in Huntsville.”

Americans want to see Congress pass new restrictions on gun ownership, that is according to a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll released today. NPR's Don Gonyea reports that the survey shows Democrats and Republicans support some of the prominent proposals being debated as a way to curb gun violence. “Nearly nine in ten want more funding for mental health screenings in treatment. More than eight in ten back universal background checks for gun purchases. Less popular but still a solid majority are calls for bans on purchase of high-capacity ammunition magazines and non-assaults-style weapons. But on those two issues, the bipartisan support breaks down as a majority Republicans don't support either. Additionally, the poll shows a sizeable gender divide. For example, women overwhelmingly favor an assault-style weapons ban but a majority of men oppose the idea. Don Gonyea, NPR News, Washington.”

For a second straight session, the tax sector helped to leave much of the market lower. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 73 points at 26,909 while the NASDAQ fell three points. This is NPR.

The Environmental Protection Agency says it will aggressively reduce the use of animals in safety testing of chemicals including pesticides. NPR's Nell Greenfieldboyce tells us the testing commonly gets done on rats and mice. “Researchers have long been trying to increase the use of alternative safety tests. Once they use lab-grown cells or computer modelling, now EPA administrator Andrew Wheeler is setting specific deadlines for reducing and eventually eliminating the use of animals in toxicity assessments. We will reduce mammal, study request and funding by 30% by 2025. We will eliminate all mammal study requests and funding by 2035. Animal welfare groups, including the Humane Society of the United States, applaud the move. One environmental group, the National Resources Defense Council, says that phasing out these lab tests could make it harder to identify harmful effects of chemicals. Nell Greenfieldboyce, NPR News.”

One of the 20th-century's most notable photographers has died. Robert Frank died Monday on Cape Breton Island in Novo Scotia at the age of 94. Frank's seminal book The Americans captured the singular moments throughout the 1950s, using stark and unconventional images. Frank was also a filmmaker creating more than 30 movies and videos including a graphic unreleased documentary of the Rolling Stones 1972 tour. Black-and-white super 8 pictures by Frank were also featured on the cover of one of the band's albums Exiles on Main Street.

Crude oil features prices fell today. Oil down 45 cents a barrel to end the session at 57.40 a barrel in New York.

I am Jack Speer. NPR News in Washington.
                                                   
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