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

Officials from Facebook, Twitter and Google told a Congressional hearing today they are making progress in keeping violent extremism off their platforms. They also argued that content removal alone is not the solution. More from NPR's Hannah Allam.

All three tech giants testified that artificial intelligence tools are getting faster and better at flagging extremist content. And in many cases, they said, that content is long gone before the public sees it. Senators of both parties voiced scepticism. They also wanted to know about extremists migrating to less regulated spaces and about information sharing with authorities. Democratic Senator Tammy Duckworth said gun control, not social media, is the key factor in stopping extremist violence. "Every other country on the planet has social media, video games, online harassment, hate groups, crime and mental health issues, but they don't have mass shootings like we do." Facebook, Google and Twitter noted that their tools are for content, not law enforcement. Hannah Allam, NPR News, Washington.

President Donald Trump has announced his top hostage expert, State Department Special Envoy Robert O'Brien, will be his new National Security Advisor. Trump tweeting today he has worked long and hard with O'Brien, and he will "do a great job". Trump's choice of O'Brien as his fourth national security advisor comes a week after Trump ousted John Bolton from the position citing disagreements. O'Brien takes on his new role at a time of mounting tensions with Iran as the US blames last week's attack on Saudi oil facilities.

The Pentagon has spent more than 184,000 dollars at a Scottish resort owned by President Trump. NPR's Brian Naylor reports the House Oversight Committee says that's the equivalent to a room and night at the hotel for the last one and a half years.

Democrats on the Oversight Committee released a letter from the Pentagon outlining the expenditures. They say the data show US taxpayer funds have been used to pay for more than three dozen separate states, involving hundreds of nights of rooms at the Trump Turnberry resort, all after the president was sworn into office. The Defense Department has justified the stays at the hotel, saying it was the closest to a civilian airport it uses for refuelling Air Force jets and that the per diem cost is within government expense limits. The committee Democrats say the Pentagon has been withholding documents that would show how many military personnel have stayed at the resort and who authorized their stays. Trump has said he had nothing to do with the arrangements. Brian Naylor, NPR News, Washington.

The pace of US home construction rose 12.3% last month to a 12-year high. The Commerce Department says construction of single-family homes was up along with apartment construction for the biggest gains since December of 2016. Residential construction rose in every part of the country except the West where it was flat.

On Wall Street, the Dow was up 36 points.

This is NPR.

President Trump, who is in California on a two-day GOP fundraising trip, announced today he intends to revoke the state's authority to set mileage standards that are stricter than those issued by federal regulators. The move comes in response to a plan by California to set its own tougher emission standards, using a waiver issued by Congress during the passage of the Clean Air Act in 1970. California had also independently reached to a number of major automakers to work toward achieving those standards. Californian Governor Gavin Newsom is vowing to fight the administration's decision.

France says it will send experts to Saudi Arabia to help determine who would attack an oil facility there. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports France says it's responding to a request for help from Saudi.

President Emmanuel Macron spoke on the phone with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, also known as NbS, Tuesday night. Macron says NbS asked for his help in determining who attacked the Saudia oilfield last Saturday. Houthi rebels, who are fighting the Saudis in Yemen, claimed the attack, but the Trump administration says Iran is behind it. France is looking to de-escalate the crisis. A statement from the Elysee says Macron reassured bin Salman of his country's solidarity and said France's committed to Saudi security and stability in the region. Eleanor Beardsley, NPR News, Paris.

Interest rates setting, Federal Reserve as expected cut short-term interest rates by another quarter of a point today though it does appear to some disagreement about exactly where the economy is going. That move to cut its benchmark rate to a target of between 1.75% and 2% as it seeks to prolong the economic recovery.

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

Officials from Twitter, Facebook and Google told at a Congressional hearing today they are making progress in keeping violent extremism off their platforms. They also argued that content removal alone is not the solution. More from NPR's Hannah Allam. All three tech giants testified that artificial intelligence tools are getting faster and better at flagging extremist content. And in many cases, they said, that content is long gone before the public sees it. Senators of both parties voiced skepticism. They also wanted to know about extremists migrating to less regulated spaces and about information sharing with authorities. Democratic senator Tammy Duckworth said gun control, not social media, is the key factor in stopping extremist violence. 'Every other country on the planet has social media, video games, online harassment, hate groups, crime and mental health issues, but they don't have mass shootings like we do.' Facebook, Google and Twitter noted that their tools are for content, not for law enforcement. Hannah Allam, NPR news, Washington.

President Donald Trump has announced his top hostage expert State Department Special Envoy Robert O'Brien will be his new National Security Adviser. Trump tweeting today he has worked long and hard with O'Brien that he will ‘do a great job’. Trump's choice of O'Brien as 4th National Security Adviser comes a week after Trump ousted John Bolton from the position citing disagreements. O'Brien takes on his new role at a time of mounting tensions with Iran as the US blames it for last week's attacks on Saudi oil facilities.

The Pentagon has spent more than 184,000 dollars at the Scottish resort owned by president Trump. NPR's Brian Naylor reports the House Oversight Committee says that's the equivalent to a room a night at the hotel for the last one and a half years. Democrats on the Oversight Committee released a letter from the Pentagon outlining the expenditures. They say the data show US taxpayers funds have been used to pay more than three dozens separate stays involving hundreds of nights of rooms at the Trump’s Turnberry resort all after the president was sworn into office. The Defense Department has justified the stays at the hotel, saying it was the closest to a civilian airport it uses for refilling air force jets and that the per diem cost is within government expense limits. The Committee Democrats say the Pentagon has been withholding documents that would show how many military personnel have stayed at the resort and who authorized their stays. Trump has said he had nothing to do with the arrangements. Brian Naylor, NPR news, Washington.

The pace of US home construction rose 12.3 percent last month to a twelve-year high. The Commerce Department says construction of single-family homes was up along with the apartment construction, the biggest gain since December of 2016. Residential construction rose in every part of the country except the West where it was flat.

On Wall Street, the Dow was up 36 points. This is NPR.

President Trump, who is in California on a two-day GOP fundraising trip, announced today he intends to revoke the state's authority to set mileage standards that are stricter than the notes issued by federal regulators. The move comes in response to a plan by California to set its own tougher emission standards, using a waiver issued by Congress during the passage of the Clean Air Act in 1970. California had also independently reached a deal with a number ofmajorautomakers to work toward achieving those standards. Californian Governor Gavin Newsom is vowing to fight the administration's decision.

France says it will send experts to Saudi Arabia to help determine who attacked an oil facility there. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports France says it's responding to a request for help from Saudi. “President Emmanuel Macron spoke on the phone with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, also known as NbS, Tuesday night. Macron says NbS asked for his help in determining who attacked the Saudia oilfield last Saturday. Houthi rebels, who are fighting the Saudis in Yemen, claimed the attack, but the Trump administration says Iran is behind it. France is looking to de-escalate the crisis. A statement from the Elysee says Macron reassured bin Salman of his country's solidarity and said France's committed to Saudi security and stability in the region. Eleanor Beardsley, NPR News, Paris. “

Interest rates setting, Federal Reserve as expected cut short-term interest rates by another quarter of a point today though it does appear to some disagreement about exactly where the economy is going. That move to cut its benchmark rate to a target of between one and three quarters and two percent as it seeks to prolong the economic recovery.

I am Jack Speer, NPR News, in Washington.

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