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Live from NPR News in Washington, I am Jeanine Herbst.

The legal team representing the whistleblower whose complaints sparked an impeachment inquiry against President Trump says it's now representing a second whistleblower. As NPR's Bobby Allyn reports, the latest informer is described as having first-hand knowledge of the allegations against Trump.

Lawyer Mark Zaid is among a team of attorneys representing the initial whistleblower. He tells NPR that the second whistleblower has talked to the Inspector General for the intelligence community about the direct knowledge he has regarding Trump's call with Ukrainian president. It comes after days of Trump and his supporters slamming the initial complaint as hearsay. Zaid says "we will leave it to Congress and the American public to determine the veracity of the allegations". Zaid says the second whistleblower has not filed a complaint, but as a complaint, it's not necessary in order for the individual's account to be protected from retaliation under law. Zaid says whistleblowers need only a reasonable belief, not first-hand knowledge, to file a complaint. Bobby Allyn, NPR News, Washington.

Iraqi authorities say more than 100 people have been killed in nearly a week of anti-government rallies throughout the country. NPR's Daniel Estrin has more from Beirut.

After Iraq declared a defeat against ISIS two years ago, the country has been struggling to rehabilitate. This past week, young Iraqi protesters in Baghdad and other areas demonstrated against unemployment and corruption, and demanded better public services like electricity and water. Security forces tried to break up the rallies and fired at protestors with live ammunition, as well as water cannon and tear gas. This weekend, the Iraqi government drafted a plan to subsidize more housing for the poor and give loans to unemployed youths. For now the protests have mostly died down. Daniel Estrin, NPR News, Beirut.

Firefighters in Huntington Beach, California say a faulty underground electrical vault is to blame for explosions that hurt several people at a crowded Oktoberfest celebration last night. NPR's Amy Held has more.

Huntington Beach firefighters were already inside the German restaurant investigating a report of an odour coming from an underground vault. They approached it, "and all of a sudden, the first explosion happened. That explosion knocked all of them down and caused them injuries amongst groups." Battalion Chief Jeff Lopez says after the transformer exploded, electricity surges resulted in one or more additional blasts. Four people were hurt and are ok, a fifth person remains hospitalized with more serious injuries. Ironically, Lopez says the big crowds may have ensured more people weren't hurt. "This portion of the restaurant would have, should have been filled with quite a few people right there, but apparently, the staff, because it was very busy, they are behind on the patio in that area, and so that area was empty." Amy Held, NPR News.

And you are listening to NPR News from Washington.

Former President Jimmy Carter is recovering after falling at his home. His spokeswoman says he required stitches on his forehead but that he is fine, and that he plans to attend a Habitat for Humanity event in Tennessee tonight. Carter survived cancer in 2015 and had a hip replaced in May. Since leaving the White House, Carter has drawn international praise for his humanitarian work and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002. Carter is the oldest living former president in US history. He turned 95 this week.

While the film industry had its styles but Joker is wild at the box office. NPR's Bob Mondello has more.

Before Joker opened, there were lots of talk in Hollywood about security concerns. Whether the violent but the sympathetic treated hero might somehow inspire violence off-screen, whether people might stay home because of that possibility. "Is it just me or is it getting crazier out there?" Once Joker hit theaters, though, all anyone has been talking about is the records it's setting. No clowning around does it worth 95 million dollars in North American Box Offices, more than 234 million dollars worldwide. Both numbers are October records which means Jokers star Joaquin Phoenix and director Todd Philips are laughing all the way to the bank. Bob Mondello, NPR News.

At other weekend box office in second place, the family-friendly Abominable with 12 million dollars in the second weekend, and Downtown Abbey took third place in its third weekend with eight million dollars.

I am Jeanine Herbst, and you are listening to NPR News from Washington.
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Live from NPR News in Washington, I am Jeanine Herbst.

The legal team representing the whistleblower whose complaints sparked an impeachment inquiry against President Trump says it's now representing a second whistleblower. As NPR's Bobby Allyn reports, the latest informer is described as having first-hand knowledge of the allegations against Trump. “Lawyer Mark Zaid is among a team of attorneys representing the initial whistleblower. He tells NPR that the second whistleblower has talked to the Inspector General for the intelligence community about direct knowledge he has regarding Trump's call with Ukrainian president. It comes after days of Trump and his supporters slamming the initial complaint as hearsay. Zaid says ‘We will leave it to Congress and the American public to determine the veracity of the allegations’. Zaid says the second whistleblower has not filed a complaint, but as a complaint is not necessary in order for the individual's account to be protected from retaliation under law. Zaid says whistleblowers need only a reasonable belief, not first-hand knowledge, to file a complaint. Bobby Allyn, NPR News, Washington.“

Iraqi authorities say more than 100 people have been killed in nearly a week of anti-government rallies throughout the country. NPR's Daniel Estrin has more from Beirut. “After Iraq declared a defeat against ISIS two years ago, the country has been struggling to rehabilitate. This past week, young Iraqi protesters in Baghdad and other areas demonstrated against unemployment and corruption and demanded better public services like electricity and water. Security forces tried to break up the rallies and fired at protestors with live ammunition, as well as water cannons and tear gas. This weekend, the Iraqi government drafted a plan to subsidize more housing for the poor and give loans to unemployed youths. For now, the protests have mostly died down. Daniel Estrin, NPR News, Beirut.”

Firefighters in Huntington Beach, California say a faulty underground electrical vault is to blame for explosions that hurt several people at a crowded Oktoberfest celebration last night. NPR's Amy Held has more. “Huntington Beach firefighters were already inside the German restaurant investigating a report of an odor coming from an underground vault. They approached it, and all of a sudden, the first explosion happened. That explosion knocked all of them down and caused them injuries amongst the group. Battalion Chief Jeff Lopez says after the transformer exploded, electricity surges resulted in one or more additional blasts. Four people were hurt and are ok. A fifth person remains hospitalized with more serious injuries. Ironically, Lopez says the big crowds may have ensured more people weren't hurt. This portion of the restaurant would have, should have been filled with quite a few people right there, but apparently, the staff, because it was very busy, they are behind and buzzing in that area, and so that area was empty. Amy Held, NPR News.”

And you are listening to NPR News from Washington.

Former President Jimmy Carter is recovering after falling at his home. His spokeswoman says he required stitches on his forehead but that he is fine, and that he plans to attend a Habitat for Humanity event in Tennessee tonight. Carter survived cancer in 2015 and had a hip replaced in May. Since leaving the White House, Carter has drawn international praise for his humanitarian work and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002. Carter is the oldest living former president in US history. He turned 95 this week.

While the film industry had its doubts but Joker is wild at the box office. NPR's Bob Mondello has more. “Before Joker opened, there was lots of talking in Hollywood about security concerns. Whether the violent but sympathetically-treated hero might somehow inspire violence off-screen, whether people might stay home because of that possibility. Is it just me or is it getting crazier out there? Once Joker hit theaters, though, all anyone has been talking about is the records it's setting. No clowning around as it were more than 95 million dollars in North America Box Offices, more than 234 million dollars worldwide. Both numbers are October records which means Jokers star Joaquin Phoenix and director Todd Philips are laughing all the way to the bank. Bob Mondello, NPR News.” Another weekend box office in second place, the family-friendly Abominable with 12 million dollars in the second weekend, and Downtown Abbey took third place in its third weekend with eight million dollars.

I am Jeanine Herbst, and you are listening to NPR News from Washington.
                                                   
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