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

On Capitol Hill, the House is moving ahead with its impeachment inquiry into President Trump. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports Congressional Democrats will meet with several witnesses behind closed doors this week in the aftermath of a whistleblower complaint against Trump.

The chairmen of three House committees have subpoenaed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for documents related to the inquiry. Lawmakers have also scheduled depositions with several witnesses including Trump's envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker. The House Intelligence Committee says it expects to hear testimony from the whistleblower whose complaint kicked off the inquiry. The complaint accuses Trump of repeatedly pressing the Ukrainian president to investigate Democratic political rival Joe Biden and his son, implicitly threatening to withhold a military aid to pressure Ukraine. Trump continues to deny wrongdoing and has taken to Twitter to attack the whistleblower whose identity has not been publicly released. Windsor Johnston, NPR News, Washington.

House committees have also announced they subpoenaed President Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani for documents related to the inquiry.


Despite the fact that there was no indication in any way compromise US elections, the Treasury Department said it is targeting Russians who are accused of trying to influence the mid-term elections. Treasury is announcing actions today including sanctions against four entities, seven individuals, three aircraft and a yacht associated with the Internet Research Agency and its Russian financier. Treasury says the agency used fictitious personas on social media and also disseminated false information in an effort to influence the 2018 mid-term elections and undermined faith in US system.

There is a new top military leader at the Pentagon. Army General Mark Milley has bee sworn in as the 20th Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff. He said US militaries prepare to keep peace or win the war. More from NPR's Tom Bowman.

Milley takes over his chairman from Marine General Joseph Dunford who held the job for the past four years and helped oversee everything from increased troop presence in Afghanistan to the military operation against Islamic State. Both those operations will continue under General Milley who was joined by President Trump at the ceremony. Milley pledged to offer the president his best advice. "You can rest assured that I will always provide you informed, candid, impartial military advice to you, the Secretary of Defense, the National Security Council and to the Congress." Milley has deployed numerous times, taking part in operations from Panama and Bosnia to Iraq and Afghanistan. Tom Bowman, NPR News, Washington.

California is opening its door for college athletes in the state to hire agents in doing endorsement deals, a law signed by California Governor Gavin Newson. But not everyone is applauding, the National Collegiate Athletic Association which governs college athletes has come out against the plan.

On Wall Street, today the Dow up 96 points.  

This is NPR.

France bid adieu to former President Jacques Chirac today in a funeral mass attended by some 2,000 people. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports there were dozens of prominent foreign guests including Bill Clinton and Vladimir Putin.

Chirac's flag-draped coffin was carried down the aisle of Saint-Sulpice to /. Chirac served two terms as president between 1995 and 2007. He was also prime minister and served nearly twenty years as mayor of Paris. He's been remembered as an affable bon vivant with a great sense of humor. He also had a keen sense for foreign policy and a love for farmers and regular people. Chirac was the first foreign leader to visit the US after the 911 attacks but he vigorously opposed the US invasion of Iraq two years later, warning that it won't be a simple operation. A friend, said Chirac, should be able to tell a friend when he is wrong. Eleanor Beardsley, NPR News, Paris.

A German court has opened proceedings in a landmark case brought against German automaker Volkswagen in connection with emissions from some of its diesel-powered vehicles. The case, brought on behalf of hundreds of thousands of diesel owner, would use rules enacted last year to form a class-action case against the company, and issues the scandal in the now four-year-old case in which the automaker is accused of equipping some of its diesel models with the emission-controlled devices that turned on during testing but shut off during normal on-the-road driving.

Crude oil futures were down today, oil closing down 1.84 a barrel in New York.

I am Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.

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

On Capitol Hill, the House is moving ahead with its impeachment inquiry into President Trump. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports Congressional Democrats will meet with several witnesses behind closed doors this week in the aftermath of a whistleblower complaint against Trump. “The chairmen of three House committees have subpoenaed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for documents related to the inquiry. Lawmakers have also scheduled depositions with several witnesses including Trump's envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker. The House Intelligence Committee says it expects to hear testimony from the whistleblower whose complaint kicked off the inquiry. The complaint accuses Trump of repeatedly pressing the Ukrainian president to investigate Democratic political rival Joe Biden and his son, implicitly threatening to withhold a military aid to pressure Ukraine. Trump continues to deny wrongdoing and has taken to Twitter to attack the whistleblower whose identity has not been publicly released. Windsor Johnston, NPR News, Washington.”

House committees have also announced they’ve subpoenaed President Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani for documents related to the inquiry.


Despite the fact that there was no indication in any way compromise US elections, the Treasury Department says it is targeting Russians who are accused of trying to influence the mid-term elections. Treasury is announcing actions today including sanctions against four entities, seven individuals, three aircraft and a yacht associated with the Internet Research Agency and its Russian financier. Treasury says the agency used fictitious personas on social media and also disseminated false information in an effort to influence the 2018 mid-term elections and undermine faith in US system.

There is a new top military leader at the Pentagon. Army General Mark Milley has been sworn in as the 20th Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff. He said US military is prepared to keep peace or win the war. More from NPR's Tom Bowman. “Milley takes over his chairman from Marine General Joseph Dunford who held the job for the past four years and helped oversee everything from increased troop presence in Afghanistan to the military operation against Islamic State. Both those operations will continue under General Milley who was joined by President Trump at the ceremony. Milley pledged to offer the president his best advice. ‘You can rest assured that I will always provide you informed, candid, impartial military advice to you, the Secretary of Defense, the National Security Council and to the Congress.’ Milley has deployed numerous times, taking part in operations from Panama and Bosnia to Iraq and Afghanistan. Tom Bowman, NPR News, Washington.”

California is opening its door for college athletes in the state to hire agents in doing endorsement deals, a law signed by California Governor Gavin Newson. However, not everyone is applauding. The National Collegiate Athletic Association which governs college athletes has come out against the plan.

On Wall Street today, the Dow up 96 points. This is NPR.

France bid adieu to former President Jacques Chirac today in a funeral mass attended by some 2,000 people. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports there were dozens of prominent foreign guests including Bill Clinton and Vladimir Putin. “Chirac's flag-draped coffin was carried down the aisle of Saint-Sulpice to Gabriel Fauré. Chirac served two terms as president between 1995 and 2007. He was also prime minister and served nearly twenty years as mayor of Paris. He's been remembered as an affable bon vivant with a great sense of humor. He also had a keen sense for foreign policy and a love for farmers and regular people. Chirac was the first foreign leader to visit the US after the 911 attacks but he vigorously opposed the US invasion of Iraq two years later, warning that it wouldn’t be a simple operation. A friend, said Chirac, should be able to tell a friend when he is wrong. Eleanor Beardsley, NPR News, Paris.”

A German court has opened proceedings in a landmark case brought against German automaker Volkswagen in connection with emissions from some of its diesel-powered vehicles. The case, brought on behalf of hundreds of thousands of diesel owners, would use rules enacted last year to form a class-action case against the company. It issues the scandal in the now four-year-old case in which the automaker is accused of equipping some of its diesel models with emission-controlled devices that turned on during testing but shut off during normal on-the-road driving.

Crude oil futures were down today. Oil closing down 1 dollar 84 cents a barrel in New York. I am Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.
                                                   
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