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

House impeachment investigators have requested testimony from a former top Trump aid. The House Intelligence Foreign Affairs and Oversight Committee is asking former national security advisor John Bolton to appear for questioning next Thursday morning. But as NPR's Tim Mak reports from Capitol Hill, he may not appear.

The deposition notice obtained by NPR request a voluntary appearance from Bolton. Bolton is represented by the same lawyer as former deputy security national advisor Charles Kupperman. Kupperman has filed a lawsuit to determine whether he should comply with a Congressional subpoena or whether he should comply with White House demands that he not testify. According to a source familiar with Bolton's legal strategy, he will appear only if a subpoena compelling his testimony is upheld by the courts. Lawmakers involved in the impeachment inquiry are eager to hear from the former Trump aid. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff has called Bolton a very important witness. Tim Mak, NPR News, Washington.

This morning, a wildfire, known as the Easy Fire, broke out in Simi Valley, California near Ronald Reagan's presidential library. Pushed by strong winds and dry conditions it spread fast, putting the library and nearby communities in danger. Here is KPCC's Jacob Margolis.

It started around 6 AM and quickly spread through the dry grassy hills around the presidential library. Duke Blackwood is the director. "There was blackout conditions, and you were being pelted by 50-miles-an-hour winds, and ash where you couldn't see, you have to close your eyes. We didn't know where we were driving. So yeah, that was pretty crazy." Firefighters responded with cruise station nearby. Fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters which wobbled a strong gust of wind came through. "It actually burned all the way around the library, so there is not much left to burn." For now, it's safe, but with strong winds and fires still burning nearby, anything could happen. For NPR News, I am Jacob Margolis in Simi Valley.

Protesters picking up steam in Iraq even as a deadly life continues there where barbers giving out free haircuts, people playing dominos, in some spots, a party-like atmosphere going on. But despite the indication Iraq's Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi may be about to step down, police continue to actively go after demonstrators. NPR's Jane Arraf has more.

They are now launching tear gas again, but there still is party atmosphere here. The numbers here have grown since the protesters started. Now, there are students, university students, high school students, women. You can't even see the end of the protesters. And then in a nearby parking lot that's usually used by security forces, there are hundreds and hundreds of people crammed onto the roof, waving Iraqi flags. NPR's Jane Arraf in Baghdad.

On Wall Street, stocks gained ground today, the Down was up 115 points, the Nasdaq rose 27 points.

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The Trump administration is getting more pressure to ban flavored e-cigarettes. At least two dozen health and medical groups including the American Academy of Paediatrics are asking the government to move quickly. As NPR's Allison Aubrey reports the backlash against vaping is intensifying. Juul, the best-selling e-cigarette brand in the America, defends itself against the lawsuit that claims the company sold contaminated vaping products.

More than 25 groups including the American Heart Association and the American Lung Association are urging the federal government to take action to remove flavored e-cigarettes including mint and menthol from the market. Sally Goza is the president-elect of the nation's leading group of paediatricians. "We would like to see the Trump administration takes flavored vapes off the market, because we know that it will help decrease the number of kids who start vaping." The pressure comes as vape maker Juul is being sued by a former employee who alleges the company knowingly sold contaminated pods. In a statement, Juul calls the claims baseless. Allison Aubrey, NPR News.

US automaker Ford is taking a page from the Tesler playbook. The company announcing today, beginning next year, it would allow vehicle software to be updated over the internet or through cellular phone connections. The  Michigan-based car company says every model will be equipped with the technology as part of the design process. The change is aimed at reducing visits to dealership for service, even some computer-related recalls. Tesla already has the ability to update its software across all its models.

Crude oil futures prices fell today, oil down 0.48 a barrel to close at 58.06 a barrel in New York.

I am Jack Speer, NPR News, in Washington.
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1.   House impeachment investigators have requeted testimony for a former top Trump aid. The House intelligence Foreign Affaire's oversight committee is asking former national security advisor John B. to appear for quetioning next Thursday Morning. With NPR's Tim Mark reports from Capital Hill, he may not appear:       The deposition notice obtained by NPR request a voluntary appearce from B.  B. is represented by the same lawyer as former national security advisor Charles K. k. has filed a lawsuit to determine whether he should comply with the congressional subpoena or whether he should comply with White House demands that he not testify. According to a source familiar with b.'s legal strategy, he would appear only if the subpoena compelling his testimony is upheld by the courts. Lawmakers involved in the impeachment inquiry are eager to hear from the former Trump aid. House Intelligence Community chairman Adam Schidd has called B. a very important vitness.


2.   This morning a wildfire, known as the Easy Fire,  broke out in Simi Valley, California near R. Reagon's presidential library. Pushed by strong winds and dry conditions, it spread fast, putting the library nearby community in danger. Here's KPCC's Jack M.:
       It's started at around 6.am and quickly spread though the dry grassy hills around the presidential library.  D.K. is the director: There was blackout conditions, and you were being pelted by 50-mile-an-hour winds. In ash where you couldn't see, you had to close your eyes, we didn't know where we were driving. So yeah ,that was pretty crazy.  Firefighters responded with cruise station nearby, fixed-wing airecraft and helicopters which wobbled a strong gust of wind came though. It actually burned all the way around the library. So there's not much left to burn. For now, it's safe. But  with strong winds and fire still burning nearby, anything could happen.


3.   Protesters picking up steam in Iraq even as a dealy life continues there wher barbers giving out free haircuts, people playing dominos, and some spots are party-like atmosphere going on. but despite the indication, Iraq's Prime Minister A.A.M. maybe about to step down, police continue to actively go after demonstraters, and here's J.R.more:
       They are now launching tear gas again, but there still is party atmosphere here. The number here has grown since the protest started. Now there's students, university students, highschool students, women. You cann't even see the end of the protesters. And in a nearby packing lot that's usually used by security forces, there's hundrads and hundrads of people crammed onto the roof, waving Iraqi flags.


4.   On Wall street, stocks gain ground today, the Downs up 115 points, the NASDAQ rose points.


5.   The Trump's administration is gaining more pressure to ban flavour e-cigarets, at least 2 dozens health and medical groups, incuding the American Academy Pediatrics, are asking the government to move quickly. The NPR's A.A. reports, the backlash against vaping is intensifin as Juul, the best selling e-cigrate brand in America defence itself against the lawsuit, declaimed that the company sold contaminated vaping protucts.
      More than 25 gourps, including the American Heart Association and the American Lung Association, urging the federal government to take action to remove flavour e-cigarets, including mint and menthol from the market. Sally Goza is the president-elect of the nation's leading group of paediatricians: we would like to see the Trump's administration take flavour vapes off the market, because we know that will help decrease the number of kids who start vaping. The pressures comes as vape maker Juul is being sued by a former employee who alleges the company knowingly sold contaminated pods. In a statement, Juul calls the claim baseless.


6.   US automaker Ford is taking a page from the Tesler playbook, the company now seems today begining next year would allow vehicle software to be updated other over the internet or through the cellular phone connections. The ? Michigan-base car company says every modle will be equipped the technologies as part of the design process. The change aimed reducing visits to dealership for service even some computers-related recalls. Tesler already has the ability to update its software across all its models.


7.   ? oil future's prices fell today, oil down 48 cents a barrel to close a 55.06 a barrel in New York.

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