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House democrats are in a standoff with the Trump administration over a complaint by a government whistleblower who has reportedly expressed concerns about phone conversation President Trump had with the foreign leader. NPR's B N says the government watchdogs refused to devolve to the content of the complaint.
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Connecticut based gunmaker Colt says it plans to suspend to production of AI 15 style rifles for the civilian market. The company says it will limit production to place in military contracts. Connecticut Public Radios R L has more.
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For NPR News, I'm A L in H.
With strike by 49,000 UAW workers against general motors are in its fourth day. A top union official reports many still unresolved issues. UAW Vice President Terry Dittes in a letter to members today said progress has been made but it also says the strike is to the right reasons.
On Wall Street today, the Dow closed down 52 points.
This is NPR
Officials say they are not sure what to expect while people are preparing for what is being called storm area 51 in the remote Nevada desert. Visitors are descending on the tiny towns of Rachel and Hiko in the one secret military research site. Area 51 secrecy is fueled fascination about US foes and conspiracy theories. An internet joke riding people to see them aliens that's given rights to festivals. Military, however, is warning people not to approach the protected site. Mansion including area 51 base camp in Hiko featuring news speakers and movies enduing alien stark festivals, one in the town of Rachel, the other in Lasvagas.
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Oil fell to two cents of a barrel to 5813 a barrel.
I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.
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Live from NPR News in Washington, I'm Jack Speer.

House Democrats are in a standoff with the Trump administration over a complaint by a government whistleblower who has reportedly expressed concerns about a phone conversation President Trump had with a foreign leader. NPR's Brian Naylor says the government watchdogs refused to divulge the content of the complaint. “The watchdog inspector General Michael Atkinson refused to tell members of the House Intelligence Committee details of the complaint from the whistleblower. Democratic congressman Adam Schiff of California says the administration is trying to prevent congress from learning about the complaint. ‘We do know that the Department of Justice has been involved in the decision to withhold that information from Congress. We do not know because we cannot get an answer to question about whether the White House is also involved in preventing this information from coming to Congress.’ President Trump is denying saying anything inappropriate to a foreign leader. Brian Naylor, NPR News, Washington.”

The US says it expelled two Cuban diplomats from the mission at the United Nations. As NPR's Michele Kelemen explains the expulsion comes just as leaders are preparing to gather for the UN General Assembly. “The State Department accuses the two of trying to conduct influence operations against the US and demanded their immediate departure. Other officials at Cuba's UN mission will be restricted to Manhattan. The statement doesn't give any further details but says the US will continue to investigate any additional personnel who may be abusing their ‘privileges of residence’.” NPR's Michele Kelemen.

Connecticut-based gunmaker Colt says it plans to suspend the production of AR-15 style rifles for the civilian market. The company says it will limit production to police and military contracts. Connecticut Public Radio’s Ryan Lindsay has more. “The gun company says this is not a political decision. CEO Dennis Veilleux said in a statement that Colt is ‘a stout supporter of the Second Amendment. But he says the market for AR-15 is oversaturated. Professor Robert Spitzer at SUNY Cortland says Colt's decision is significant even though the rifles in question represent a small percentage of guns in America. ‘Politically speaking, these weapons have come to be seen as sort of at the core of America's gun problem. And that isattributable to the fact that they have increasingly been used by mass shooters.’ The company says that its AR-15 sales have been declining, but it could resume selling them to civilians in the future. For NPR News, I'm Ryan Lindsay in Hartford.”

With a strike by 49,000 UAW workers against General Motors now in its fourth day, a top union official reports many still unresolved issues. UAW Vice President Terry Dittes in a letter to members today said progress has been made but it also says the strike is for the right reasons.

On Wall Street today, the Dow closed down 52 points. This is NPR.

Officials say they are not sure what to expect with people preparing for what is being called Storm Area 51 in the remote Nevada desert. Visitors are descending on the tiny towns of Rachel and Hiko near the once-secret military research site. Area 51 secrecy is fueled fascination about UFOs and conspiracy theories. An internet joke inviting people to ‘see them aliens’ has given rise to festivals. Military, however, is warning people not to approach the protected site. Events include the Area 51 Basecamp in Hiko, featuring music, speakers and movies, and doing Alienstock festivals, one in the town of Rachel, the other in Las Vegas.

A new study in the journal Science finds meat products worldwide carry bacteria that becoming resistant to more and more antibiotics. NPR's Dan Charles reports public health officials are calling it a concerning trend. “Antibiotic-resistant bacteria are a problem all over the world, the result of drugs getting over years both in animals and people. In the US and Europe, government agencies now track the prevalence of drug-resistant bacteria in farm animals. That information is hard to find, though, in lower income countries of Africa, Asia, and Latin America. So researchers at a top Swiss University ETH Zürich tried to fill the gap. They analyzed data from 900 previous small-scale studies. And they found that in many countries, Especially China and India, antibiotic resistance is increasing. Bacteria commonly found in pigs are resistant to a third of the antibiotics used to treat them. For poultry, it's 40 percent. Dan Charles, NPR News.”

Oil fell two cents a barrel to 58.13 a barrel.

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

House Democrats are in a stand-off with the Trump administration over a complaint by a government whistleblower who has reportedly expressed concerns about a phone conversation President Trump had with a foreign leader. NPR’s Brien Naylor says a government watchdog has refused to divulge the content of the complaint.

The watchdog Inspector General Michael Atkinson refused to tell members of the House Intelligence Committee details of the complaint from the whistleblower. Democratic Congressman Adam Schiff of California says the administration is trying to prevent Congress from learning about the complaint. "We do know that the Department of Justice has been involved in the decision to withhold that information from Congress. We do not know because we cannot get an answer to the question about whether the White House is also involved in preventing this information from coming to Congress." President Trump is denying saying anything inappropriate to a foreign leader. Brien Naylor, NPR News, Washington.

The US has expelled two Cuban diplomats from the mission at the United Nations. As NPR's Michele Kelemen explains that the expulsion comes just as leaders are preparing to gather for the UN General Assembly.

The State Department accused the two of trying to conduct influence operations against the US and demanded their immediate departure. Other officials at Cuba's UN Mission will be restricted to Manhattan. The statement doesn't give any further details but says the US will continue to investigate any additional personnel who may be abusing their "privilege of residents". NPR's Michele Kelemen.

Connecticut-based gunmaker Colt says it plans to suspend production of AR-15-style rifles with the civilian market. The company says it will limit the production to police and military contracts. Connecticut Public Radio's Ryan Lindsay has more.

The gun company says this is not a political decision. CEO Dennis Veilleux said in a statement that Colt is "a stout supporter of the Second Amendment". But he says the market for AR15 is oversaturated. Professor Robert Spitzer of Suny Cortland says Colt's decision is significant. Even though the rifle in question represents a small percentage of guns in America. "Politically speaking, this weapon had come to be seen as, sort of, at the core of America's gun problem, and that is attributable to the fact that they have increasingly been used by mass shooters." The company says that its AR15 sales have been declining, but it could resume selling them to civilians in the future. For NPR News, I am Ryan Linsay in Hartford.

With the strike by 49,000 UAW workers against General Motors now on its fourth day, a top union official reports many still unresolved issues. UAW Vice President Terry Dittes in a letter to members today said progress had been made, but he also says the strike is for the right reasons.

On Wall Street today the Dow closed down 52 points.

This is NPR.

Officials say they are not sure what to expect with people preparing for what has been called Storm Area 51 in the remote Nevada Desert. Visitors are descending on the tiny towns of Rachel and Hiko, near the once-secret military to reach their side. Area 51's secrecy is filled fascination about UFOs and conspiracy theories. An Internet joke inviting people to see them aliens has given rise to festivals. Military, however, is warning people not to approach the protected site. Events included an Area 51 base camp in Hiko, featuring music speakers and movies, and duelling Alienstock Festivals, one in the town of Rachel, the other in Las Vegas.

A new study in the journal Science finds meat products worldwide to carry bacteria that are becoming resistant to more and more antibiotics. NPR's Dan Childs reports public health officials are calling it a concerning trend. Antibiotics resistant bacteria are problems all over the world. It's the result of drugs getting overused, both in animals and people. In the US and Europe, government agencies now track the prevalence of drug-resistant bacteria in farm animals. That information is hard to find, though, in lower-income countries of Africa, Asia and Latin America. So researchers at the top Swiss University ETH Zurich try to fill the gap. They analyzed data from 900 previous small-scale studies, and they found that in many countries, especially China and India, antibiotic resistance is increasing. Bacteria commonly found in pigs are resistant to a third of antibiotics to treat them. For poultry, it's 40%. Dan Childs, NPR News.

Oil fell two cents of a barrel to 58.13 a barrel.

I am Jack Speer, NPR News, in Washington.

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