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[Homework]NPR 2019-10-03

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

The State Department Inspector General brought documents to Congress today that left Congressional staffers with many questions about the Ukraine investigation. NPR's Michelle Clayman has details.

The State Department's IG Steve Linick had called for an urgent meeting with Senate and House committee staff. The ranking Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Bob Menendez says his office is just beginning to examine the documents which he describes as "long-debunked theories and false statements about the former Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch". Senator Menendez says this illustrates the disinformation campaign against a career diplomat who was abruptly withdrawn from Kiev in May. What's not clear, the Democrat says, is Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's role. House committees have delayed their deposition of former ambassador Yovanovitch until October 11th. Michelle Clayman, NPR News, the State Department.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was now confirming he was on the phone call between President Trump and the Ukrainian president that is the subject of an impeachment inquiry. Pompeo did not give any information about the contents of the call, saying only he was well-versed in US policy towards Ukraine. During that call, President Trump prodded the Ukrainian leader to investigate President Trump's political rival Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden. Pompeo was under increasing scrutiny from House Democrats who are leading the impeachment inquiry. Pompeo pushing back against it, saying the depositions of some State Department employees are not given them enough time to schedule.

A year ago today, Washington Post Journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed in the Saudi Embassy in Turkey. A memorial was held near / where NPR's Peter Kenyon reports Khashoggi's fiancee called for the Saudi Arabia to be held accountable for his death.

The memorial began just after one o'clock local time. The same time, Khashoggi walked into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul last year, seeking papers to enable his marriage to his Turkish fiancee Hatice Cengiz. Cengiz told the audience she was broken by Khashoggi's murder but still seeks justice. "I want to know what's happened to his body. I want that those in power are held accountable for their actions." The Turkish representative of Reporters Without Borders added that Khashoggi was killed within ten minutes after entering the consulate, showing that it was a planned killing. The Saudis called it a rogue operation. Peter Kenyon, NPR News, Istanbul.

New private-sector numbers show the economy was still adding jobs in September though it was a slightly slower pace. Payroll processor ADP announcing today US companies added 135,000 jobs last month, some of the biggest cuts primarily come in fields like mining and manufacturing which lost combined 5,000 jobs. More broad-based government jobs numbers shall be out Friday.

The selloff continued on Wall Street today. The Dow was down 494 points, the Nasdaq lost 123 points.

This is NPR.

With the US giving the green light today, it slapped another 7.5 billion dollars in new tariffs on the European Union's goods. The administration says it will put those in place later this month. The tariffs of 10-25% covering a variety of goods including cheese, olives and whisky as well as planes and helicopters. World Trade Organization today said the US can impose the tariffs in retaliation for illegal aid the 28-member EU gave to airplane builder Airbus to compete against US rival Boeing. The move ends a 15-year standoff.

Scientists are warning about the environmental risk of a lying on wells to irrigate farmland. Quoting a new study, it could threaten many of the world's streams and rivers. NPR's Dan Charles has that story.

Water usually moves back and forth between streams and rivers that we can see, and giant pools of groundwater out of sight in Europe. In dry periods, most of the water in some rivers actually comes from groundwater. But in places like the high plains of the US or northern India where farmers have been pumping water from their wells, the water table has fallen so much there is less water to feed the streams on the surface. According to a computer simulation that appears this week in the journal Nature, the problem could get worse as a result of climate change. Rapidly rising temperatures could mean that in places where farmers are extracting groundwater, streams and rivers would shrink dramatically, killing plants and fish. Dan Charles, NPR News.

Benchmark prices for crude oil fell again today. Oil ending the session down 98 cents a barrel to close at 52.64 a barrel in New York.

I am Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.
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[Homework]NPR 2019-10-03

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

The State Department Inspector General brought documents to Congress today that left Congressional staffers with many questions about the Ukraine investigation. NPR's Michele Kelemen has details. “The State Department's IG Steve Linick had called for an urgent meeting with Senate and House committee staff. The ranking Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Bob Menendez says his office is just beginning to examine the documents which he describes as ‘long-debunked theories and false statements about the former Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch’. Senator Menendez says this illustrates the disinformation campaign against a career diplomat who was abruptly withdrawn from Kiev in May. What's not clear, the Democrat says, is Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's role. House committees have delayed their deposition of former ambassador Yovanovitch until October 11th. Michele Kelemen, NPR News, the State Department.”

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was now confirming he was on the phone call between President Trump and the Ukrainian president that is the subject of an impeachment inquiry. Pompeo did not give any information about the contents of the call, saying only he was well-versed in US policy towards Ukraine. During that call, President Trump prodded the Ukrainian leader to investigate President Trump's political rival Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden. Pompeo was under increasing scrutiny from House Democrats who are leading the impeachment inquiry. Pompeo pushing back a bit, saying the depositions of some State Department employees were not giving them enough time to schedule.

A year ago today, Washington Post Journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed in the Saudi Embassy in Turkey. A memorial was held in Istanbul where NPR's Peter Kenyon reports Khashoggi's fiancée called for Saudi Arabia to be held accountable for his death. “The memorial began just after one o'clock local time, the same time Khashoggi walked into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul last year seeking papers to enable his marriage to his Turkish fiancée Hatice Cengiz. Cengiz told the audience she was broken by Khashoggi's murder but still seeks justice. ‘I want to know what happened to his body. I want that those in power are held accountable for their actions.’The Turkish representative of Reporters Without Borders added that Khashoggi was killed within ten minutes after entering the consulate, showing that it was a planned killing. The Saudis called it a rogue operation. Peter Kenyon, NPR News, Istanbul.”

New private-sector numbers show the economy was still adding jobs in September though it was a slightly slower pace. Payroll processor ADP announcing today US companies added 135,000 jobs last month. Some of the biggest cuts primarily come in fields like mining and manufacturing which lost a combined 5,000 jobs. More broad-based government jobs numbers shall be out Friday.

The selloff continued on Wall Street today. The Dow was down 494 points. The Nasdaq lost 123 points. This is NPR.

With the US giving the green light today, it slapped another 7.5 billion dollars in new tariffs on the European Union's goods. The administration says it will put those in place later this month. The tariffs of 10-25% covering a variety of goods including cheese, olives and whisky as well as planes and helicopters. World Trade Organization today said the US can impose the tariffs in retaliation for illegal aid the 28-member EU gave to airplane builder Airbus to compete against US rival Boeing. The move ends a 15-year standoff.

Scientists are warning about the environmental risk of low lying on wells to irrigate farmland. Quoting a new study, it could threaten many of the world's streams and rivers. NPR's Dan Charles has that story. “Water usually moves back and forth between streams and rivers that we can see, and giant pools of groundwater out of sight in Europe. In dry periods, most of the water in some rivers actually comes from groundwater. But in places like the high plains of the US or northern India where farmers have been pumping water from their wells, the water table has fallen so much there is less water to feed the streams on the surface. According to a computer simulation that appears this week in the journal Nature, the problem could get worse as a result of climate change. Rapidly rising temperatures could mean that in places where farmers are extracting groundwater, streams and rivers would shrink dramatically, killing plants and fish. Dan Charles, NPR News.”

Benchmark prices for crude oil fell again today. Oil ending the session down 98 cents a barrel to close at 52.64 a barrel in New York.

I am Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.
                                                   
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