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[Homework]NPR 2019-09-29

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[Homework]NPR 2019-09-29

Live from NPR News in Washington. I'm Jim Howard.

Democrats in Congress are now predicting that impeachment investigations will move quickly saying they expect it takes weeks, not months, to consolidate their findings. NPR's Carrie Feibel has more. The House Intelligence Committee could begin hearings in the coming days on the unfolding Ukraine scandal. Congressman David Cicilline is a Democrat fromRhode Island and spoke to NPR. 'This is not gonna require, you know, months and months and months of hearings.' Cicilline says compared to the Muller investigation, what happened with Ukraine is fairly straightforward. 'The president of United States pressured a foreign leader to target a political opponent to help him win his re-election and then tried to cover it up.' Cicilline says on the Judiciary Committee which would bring together multiple House inquiries and decide to formally draw up articles of impeachment. President Trump denies any improper or illegal contact with Ukraine. Carrie Feibel, NPR News, Washington.

A federal judge is blocking the Trump administration's efforts to expand regulations that would fast-track deportations for undocumented immigrants. NPR's Kat Lonsdorf has more. The procedure is known Expedited Removal. It allows for undocumented immigrants to be deported without a hearing or access to an attorney. The Trump administration expanded the scope of the law in a sudden notice earlier this year. But late Friday night, US District Court judge Ketanji Brown Jackson issued a preliminary injunction on the policy shift. She wrote it appears the administration did not follow necessary decision-making procedures for such a sweeping change. She said this was potentially a violation of federal law and that the change seemed 'arbitrary and capricious'. The Department of Homeland Security has argued that the expanded regulations will relieve overburdened immigration courts and reduce government costs. Kat Lonsdorf, NPR News, Washington.

Juries in the trial of white former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger have been excused until Monday. Today the defense presented about two hours of its case arguing that Guyger shot her black neighbor Botham Jean last year after mistakenly entering his apartment.  

A British-flagged tanker that was detained by Iran for ten weeks has docked in Dubai. NPR's Ruth Sherlock says the arrival of the tanker ends the standoff that has come amid increased tensions in the vital Strait of Hormuz global oil shipping route. The Stena Impero tanker was captured by Iran's revolutionary guards in July shortly after British forces detained an Iranian ship near Gibraltar. The Iranian ship was released in August but the Stena Impero and most of its crew were held until now. The company that owns the ships says the crew will receive medical checks and debrief in Dubai before finally traveling home to their families. NPR's Ruth Sherlock.

Cuba's Foreign Minister is criticizing the Trump administration for blocking a former Cuban president Fidel Castro from traveling to the UN. Bruno Rodriguez says the move is aimed at winning favor with Cuban-American voters on the extreme right and it's devoid of any practical effect. This is NPR News.

One of Nicaragua's leading newspapers is ceasing publication after nearly four decades. Many newspapers in that politically troubled country have charged the government of Daniel Ortega with making publishing difficult. María Martin has more. El Nuevo Diario published its first edition in 1980, just after the Southeastern revolution that brought Daniel Ortega to power for the first time. Like many media outlets, in the last year, it has become more critical of the Ortega government. And it's cracked down on protests and other rights. For months, El Nuevo Diario and other Nicaraguan newspapers have charged that the Ortega government has held up imported ink and newsprint. The paper says it's ending its men due to 'economic, technical and logistical difficulties that make it impossible to function'.  More than 100 staff members will be laid off with the closing of the print and digital editions of Nicaragua ‘s El Nuevo Diario and a related freepublication called Metro. For NPR News, I'm María Martin.

A Virginia doctor is facing the potential of life in prison when he's sentenced next month. Doctor Joel Smithers was convicted on more than 800 counts of illegally prescribing drugs including one instance in which it proved fatal for a west Virginia woman after an overdose. At the minimum, Smithers faces 20 years in prison.

The Opelika-Auburn news in Alabama is reporting the Air Force is honoring Tuskegee Airmen with the launch of a new Air Force jet. It’s a new trainer jet identified as the Boeing T-7A. The all-black Tuskegee aviators broke racial barriers with their courage and aviation skills.

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Live from NPR News in Washington. I'm Jim Howard.

Democrats in Congress are now predicting that impeachment investigations will move quickly, saying they expect it takes weeks, not months, to consolidate their findings. NPR's Carrie Feibel has more. The House Intelligence Committee could begin hearings in the coming days on the unfolding Ukraine scandal. Congressman David Cicilline is a Democrat from Rhode Island and spoke to NPR. 'This is not gonna require, you know, months and months and months of hearings.' Cicilline says compared to the Muller investigation, what happened with Ukraine is fairly straightforward. 'The president of the United States pressured a foreign leader to target a political opponent to help him win his re-election and then tried to cover it up.' Cicilline says on the Judiciary Committee which would bring together multiple House inquiries and decide to formally draw up articles of impeachment. President Trump denies any improper or illegal contact with Ukraine. Carrie Feibel, NPR News, Washington.

A federal judge is blocking the Trump administration's efforts to expand regulations that would fast-track deportations for undocumented immigrants. NPR's Kat Lonsdorf has more. The procedure is known as Expedited Removal. It allows for undocumented immigrants to be deported without a hearing or access to an attorney. The Trump administration expanded the scope of the law in a sudden notice earlier this year. But late Friday night, US District Court judge Ketanji Brown Jackson issued a preliminary injunction on the policy shift. She wrote it appears the administration did not follow necessary decision-making procedures for such a sweeping change. She said this was potentially a violation of federal law and that the change seemed 'arbitrary and capricious'. The Department of Homeland Security has argued that the expanded regulations will relieve overburdened immigration courts and reduce government costs. Kat Lonsdorf, NPR News, Washington.

Juries in the trial of white former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger have been excused until Monday. Today the defense presented about two hours of its case arguing that Guyger shot her black neighbor Botham Jean last year after mistakenly entering his apartment.  

A British-flagged tanker that was detained by Iran for ten weeks has docked in Dubai. NPR's Ruth Sherlock says the arrival of the tanker ends the standoff that has come amid increased tensions in the vital Strait of Hormuz global oil shipping route. The Stena Impero tanker was captured by Iran's revolutionary guards in July shortly after British forces detained an Iranian ship near Gibraltar. The Iranian ship was released in August but the Stena Impero and most of its crew were held until now. The company that owns the ships says the crew will receive medical checks and debriefing in Dubai before finally travelling home to their families. NPR's Ruth Sherlock.

Cuba's Foreign Minister is criticizing the Trump administration for blocking the former Cuban president Fidel Castro from travelling to the UN. Bruno Rodriguez says the move is aimed at winning favor with Cuban-American voters on the extreme right and it's devoid of any practical effect. This is NPR News.

One of Nicaragua's leading newspapers is ceasing publication after nearly four decades. Many newspapers in that politically troubled country have charged the government of Daniel Ortega with making publishing difficult. María Martin has more. El Nuevo Diario published its first edition in 1980, just after the Southeastern revolution that brought Daniel Ortega to power for the first time. Like many media outlets, in the last year, it has become more critical of the Ortega government. And it's cracked down on protests and other rights. For months, El Nuevo Diario and other Nicaraguan newspapers have charged that the Ortega government has held up imported ink and newsprint. The paper says it's ending its men due to 'economic, technical and logistical difficulties that make it impossible to function'.  More than 100 staff members will be laid off with the closing of the print and digital editions of Nicaragua ‘s El Nuevo Diario and a related free publication called Metro. For NPR News, I'm María Martin.

A Virginia doctor is facing the potential of life in prison when he's sentenced next month. Doctor Joel Smithers was convicted on more than 800 counts of illegally prescribing drugs including one instance in which it proved fatal for a West Virginia woman after an overdose. At the minimum, Smithers faces 20 years in prison.

The Opelika-Auburn News in Alabama is reporting the Air Force is honoring Tuskegee Airmen with the launch of a new Air Force jet. It’s a new trainer jet identified as the Boeing T-7A. The all-black Tuskegee aviators broke racial barriers with their courage and aviation skills.
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