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United Auto Workers union members in Indiana are taking part in a nationwide strike against GM today. Indiana public broadcasting Samantha Horton reports some picketers at the Fort Wayne Assembly plant want the company to hire more of its temp workers fulltime.

Union members waved signs during their four-hour shifts on a picket line as cars drove by and honked outside Indiana's largest GM facility. Lucy Esparza has worked at the Fort Wayne plant for nearly two decades. She says the company is reliance on the use of temporary workers to cut costs. "I mean we have temps in here that've been here for two or three years, and they are not hired in, you know, obviously GM needs these bodies, they need these people to be working here, and I mean I think it's only fair and square that they get hired in." A GM spokesperson wouldn't comment on the issue of temporary workers but emailed an earlier statement about hoping to return an agreement that would benefit all sides. For NPR News, I am Samantha Horton in Fort Wayne.

As the US continues to build its case that Iran was behind this weekend's firey attack on Saudi oil facilities, oil prices are up on jittery world markets. President Trump says the US has locked and loaded to respond if necessary even as Iran continues to deny responsibility. US officials released satellite images of the damage at the heart of the oil processing plant, a key oilfield in the Kingdom. Iranian-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen have claimed responsibility but US experts say the pattern of destruction suggests the attack came other from Iraq or Iran, not Yemen.

US military commander at Afghanistan is confirming the death of a Green Beret today in Afghanistan. NPR's Tom Bowman reports there's 17 US soldiers or marines killed by hostile fire this year.

US officials say they will not release the identity of the service member until the family is notified. Most Americans killed in Afghanistan this year were with special forces, the Green Berets who go on missions with Afghan commandoes to hunt down Taliban and ISIS fighters. The bulk of the 14,000 Americans in Afghanistan work as trainers for the local security forces and do not venture outside their bases. Earlier this month, Sergeant First Class Elis Barreto Ortiz was killed in a suicide bombing in Kabul. That death led President Trump to cancel peace talks with the Taliban. Tom Bowman, NPR News, Washington.

As efforts continue with Bahamas to deal with the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, heroin tales of survival are being told. One woman said she and her husband spent two days on top of bedroom dressers surrounded by floodwaters. Another man in the wheelchairs says he spent 48 hours in waters submerged to his chest. Dorian, one of the strongest landed hurricanes on record caused massive damages in the Bahamas and claimed dozens of lives. The storm forced the evacuations of thousands, more than 1,000 people still listed as missing, though the government says many of those people may be in shelters.

The Dow dropped 142 points today.

This is NPR.

Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren has released a sweeping anti-government corruption proposal what amounts to a policy roadmap for a fight she says is at the core of a presidential bid. The Massachusetts senator is announcing the plan today in New York, in Manhattan's Washington Square Park. One proposal among other things would ban lobbyists from serving as political campaign fundraising bundlers. It would also tighten limits on politicians accepting gifts for government action and bar members of Congress from being on non-profit boards.

The Centers for Disease and Controlling Prevention has activated its emergency operation center to continue investigating lung injuries associated with vaping. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports the agency is still trying to determine what's causing the outbreak of e-cigarette-related injuries and deaths.

Activation of the emergency operation center enables the CDC to provide more operational support to the vaping investigation. So far, investigators have not been able to find any specific products or compounds linked to all the illnesses. The CDC says it's working with the Food and Drug Administration to collect and test the substances and chemicals in the e-cigarette products used by people who've gotten sick. The CDC says while the investigation is ongoing, people concerned about specific health risks should refrain from vaping. Allison Aubrey, NPR News.

Crude oil futures prices were up sharply today, oil rising more than eight dollars a barrel to close at 62.90 a barrel in response to concerns about global supply amid mounting tensions over the attack against Saudi Arabia oil facilities. Oil was at 62.90.

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United Auto Workers union members in Indiana are taking part in a nationwide strike against GM today. Indiana Public Broadcasting Samantha Horton reports some picketers at the Fort Wayne Assembly plant want the company to hire more of its temp workers fulltime. “Union members wave signs during their four-hour shifts on the picket line as cars drive by and honk outside Indiana's largest GM facility. Lucy Esparza has worked at the Fort Wayne plant for nearly two decades. She says the company is reliant on the use of temporary workers to cut costs. I mean we have temps in here that've been here for two or three years, and they are not hired in, you know, obviously GM needs these bodies. They need these people to be working here, and I mean I think it's only fair and square that they get hired in. A GM spokesperson wouldn't comment on the issue of temporary workers but emailed an earlier statement about hoping to return an agreement that would benefit all sides. For NPR News, I am Samantha Horton in Fort Wayne.”

As the US continues to build its case that Iran was behind this weekend's fiery attack on Saudi oil facilities, oil prices are up on jittery world markets. President Trump says the US has locked and loaded to respond if necessary, even as Iran continues to deny responsibility. US officials released satellite images of the damage at the heart of the oil processing plant, a key oilfield in the Kingdom. Iranian-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen have claimed responsibility but US experts say the pattern of destruction suggests the attack came rather from Iraq or Iran, not Yemen.

US military commander at Afghanistan is confirming the death of a Green Beret today in Afghanistan. NPR's Tom Bowman reports that’s the 17thUS soldier or marine killed by hostile fire this year. “US officials say they will not release the identity of the service member until the family is notified. Most Americans killed in Afghanistan this year were with special forces, the Green Berets who go on missions with the Afghan commandoes to hunt down Taliban and ISIS fighters. The bulk of the 14,000 Americans in Afghanistan work as trainers for the local security forces and do not venture outside their bases. Earlier this month, Sergeant First Class Elis Barreto Ortiz of the 82nd Airborne was killed in a suicide bombing in Kabul. That death led President Trump to cancel peace talks with the Taliban. Tom Bowman, NPR News, Washington.”

As efforts continue with Bahamas to deal with the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, heroin tales of survival are being told. One woman said she and her husband spent two days on top of bedroom dressers surrounded by floodwaters. Another man in a wheelchair says he spent 48 hours in waters submerged to his chest. Dorian, one of the strongest landed hurricanes on record caused massive damages in the Bahamas and claimed dozens of lives. The storm forced the evacuations of thousands. More than 1,000 people still listed as missing, though the government says many of those people may be in shelters.

The Dow dropped 142 points today. This is NPR.

Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren has released a sweeping anti-government corruption proposal that amounts to a policy roadmap for a fight she says is at the core of a presidential bid. The Massachusetts senator is announcing the plan today in New York in Manhattan's Washington Square Park. One of its proposals among other things would ban lobbyists from serving as political campaign fundraising bundlers. It would also tighten limits on politicians accepting gifts for government action and bar members of Congress from being on non-profit boards.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has activated its emergency operation center to continue investigating lung injuries associated with vaping. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports the agency is still trying to determine what's causing the outbreak of e-cigarette-related injuries and deaths. “Activation of the emergency operation center enables the CDC to provide more operational support to the vaping investigation. So far, investigators have not been able to find any specific product or compound linked to all the illnesses. The CDC says it's working with the Food and Drug Administration to collect and test the substances and chemicals in the e-cigarette products used by people who've gotten sick. The CDC says while the investigation is ongoing, people concerned about specific health risks should refrain from vaping. Allison Aubrey, NPR News.”

Crude oil futures prices were up sharply today. Oil rising more than eight dollars a barrel to close at 62.90 a barrel in response to concerns about global supply amid mounting tensions over the attack against Saudi Arabian oil facilities. Oil was at 62.90.

This is NPR News.
                                                   
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