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1.  The Justice Department is seeking to close its long-running case against President Trump's first National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. Flynn was a key figure in former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation into election interference. It raised concerns about the DOJ's political independence. The  Attorney General William Barr strongly criticized the investigation. More from NPR's Rayn Lucas.
Flynn pleaded guilty in 2017 to lying to the FBI about his contacts with the Russian ambassador. He cooperated extensively with Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation but he changed his legal team last summer and he since accused the government of misconduct in his sought to withdraw his guilty plea. Meanwhile his case has become a rallying cry for many conservatives. Now in a new court filing,  the Justice Department is seeking to drop the case against Flynn. It says continuing his prosecution does not serve the interests of justice. Shortly before the Department file its motion, the lead prosecutor Brandon Van Grack withdrew from the case.
Rayn Lucas, NPR news, Washington.

2.  It's one of the closest case yet of a positive coronavirus diagnosis in the White House. A member of the military, who serves as one of the President's valets, has tested positive for the virus. The White House however says both Trump and Vice President Mike Pence have since tested negative for the virus and remain in good health. Several people at Trump's private club in Florida were diagnosed with Covid-19 in early March.

3.  Doctors in Europe and the US are trying to solve a mystery of a condition afflicting a growing number of young people sick with Covid-19. The New York Health Department now says 64 children and teens in that sate are suspected to have an inflammatory syndrome that is believed to be linked to the disease. But NPR's Mary Gedory reports the condition remains rare.
The condition is called pediatric multi-system inflammatory syndrome. Doctors suggest/stressed parents should not panic. This is extremely uncommon, but there has been a wave of dozens of cases reported in intensive care units in New York/Europe and the US seas/east coast. Symptoms include persistent fever, extreme inflammation and evidence of one or more organs that aren't functioning properly. Most children recover with proper treatment.
Mary Gedory, NPR news.

4.  Texas Governor Greg Abbott says jail time will not be a punishment when it comes to violations of the state's coronavirus restriction. Abbott issued the new order today following an outcry over the jailing of Dallas salon owner who refused to keep her business closed. Abbott says his new order will free Shelley Luther who was booked in the Dallas County jail this week for keeping her salon open in defying/defiance his/of restrictions meant to slow the spread of the virus. The reversal comes as Abbott comes under increased pressure from Texas's residents to restart the state's economy.
扩展:一家美国芝加哥生物制药公司的名字也叫 Abbott, 雅培新冠测试盒,雅培制药,
雅培奶粉http://bbs.tianya.cn/post-98-942645-1.shtml

5.  Stocks gained ground on Wall Street today as economic numbers out suggests while the economy continues to suffer due to the virus, it does not appeared to be worsening as quickly as it has been. The Dow was up 211 points today. The NASDAQ rose 125 points. The S&P gained 32 points.

You are listening to NPR.

6.  Vice President Mike Pence is among those coming to the defense of a Virginia pastor who is issued a criminal citation after having 16 people at a Palm Sunday Church service, Pence calling the citation issued by the state officials were violating coronavirus restriction "beyond the pale 出格". The Justice Department is citing with the Lighthouse Fellowship Church in Chincoteague, Virginia in a lawsuit filing against Virginia Governor Ralph Northan.

7.  The Federal Emergency Management Agency is preparing for Hurricanes' season despite the coronavirus. NPR's Rebecca Hershel Reports hurricane season officially begins June first.
FEMA and the Red Cross say they are changing the way they prepare for hurricane evacuations. Usually people who are displaced from their homes by hurricanes go to shelters managed by the Red Cross. But the Red Cross says that with coronavirus in many communities, it's no longer safe for large groups of people to sheltered together in schools, community centers and other large spaces. FEMA says it's coming up with new guidelines for how to set up shelters in ways that separate thinly from each other. And the Red Cross says it intends to house as many displaced people as possible in hotels instead of shelters in order to avoid spawning coronavirus outbreaks in communities that are affected by hurricanes. Forecasters say abnormally warm water in Gulf of Mexico may drive above ever______ hurricane activity this year.
Rebecca Hershel, NPR news.

8.  What could be a sad sight for some South Africans, one of the world's largest breweries, SAB says it could to dump up to 400 million bottles of beer because ban on the sale of alcoholic beverages. South Africa banned alcohol sales over a month ago as part of a measure aimed at fighting the spread of the coronavirus.

I'm Jack Speer, NPR news.
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The Justice Department is seeking to close its long-running case against president Trump's first national security advisor MF. F was a key figure in former special counsel RM's Russia investigation into election  interference. It raised concerns about the DOJ's political independence when Attorney General WB strongly criticized the investigation.

F pleaded guilty in 2017 to lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russian ambassador. He cooperated extensively with special counsel's RM's investigation, but he changed his legal team last summer and has since accused the government of misconduct and has sought to withdraw his guilty plea.

Meanwhile, his case's become a rallying cry for many Conservatives. Now in a new court filing, the Justice Department is seeking to drop the case against F. It says continuing his prosecution does not serve the interest of justice. Shortly before the department filed its motion, the lead prosecutor RG withdrew from the case.

In one of the closest cases yet, a positive coronavirus diagnosis in the White House. A member of the military, who serves as one of the president's valet has tested positive for the virus. The White House, however, says both Trump and vice-president Mike Pence have since tested negative for the virus and remain in good health.Several people at Trump's private club in Florida was diagnosed with covid19 in early March.

Doctors in Europe and US are trying to solve the mystery of a condition afflicting a growing number of young people sick with covid19. The New York health department now says 64 children and teens in that state are suspected to having a inflammatory syndrome that is believed to be linked to the disease. But NPR's M reports the condition remains rare.

The condition is called paediatric multi-system inflammatory syndrome. Doctors stressed parents should not panic. This is extremely uncommon. But there has been a wave of dozens of cases reported in intensive care units in Europe and the US's seacoast. Symptoms include persistent fever, extreme inflammation, and evidence of one or more organs that aren't functioning properly. Most children recover with proper treatment.

Texas governor GAB says jail time will not be a punishment when it comes to violations of the state's coronavirus restrictions. AB issued the new order today, following an outcry over the jailing of Dallas salon owner who refused to keep her business closed. AB says the new order will free SL who was booked in the Dallas county jail this week for keeping a salon open in defiance of restrictions meant to slow the spread of the virus. The reversal comes as AB comes under increasing pressure from Texas residents to restart the state's economy.
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1.  The Justice Department is seeking to close its long-running case against President Trump's first National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. Flynn was a key figure in former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation into election interference. It raised concerns about the DOJ's political independence when Attorney General William Barr strongly criticized the investigation. More from NPR's Rayn Lucas.

Flynn pleaded guilty in 2017 to lying to the FBI about his contacts with the Russian ambassador. He cooperated extensively with Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, but he changed his legal team last summer and he since accused the government of misconduct in his sought to withdraw his guilty plea. Meanwhile his case has become a rallying cry for many conservatives. Now in a new court filing,  the Justice Department is seeking to drop the case against Flynn. It says continuing his prosecution does not serve the interests of justice. Shortly before the Department file its motion, the lead prosecutor Brandon Van Grack withdrew from the case.

Rayn Lucas, NPR news, Washington.

2.  It's one of the closest cases yet of a positive coronavirus diagnosis in the White House. A member of the military, who serves as one of the President's valets, has tested positive for the virus. The White House however says both Trump and Vice President Mike Pence have since tested negative for the virus and remain in good health. Several people at Trump's private club in Florida were diagnosed with Covid-19 in early March.

3.  Doctors in Europe and the US are trying to solve a mystery of a condition afflicting a growing number of young people sick with Covid-19. The New York Health Department now says 64 children and teens in that sate are suspected to have an inflammatory syndrome that is believed to be linked to the disease. But NPR's Mary Gedory reports the condition remains rare.

The condition is called pediatric multi-system inflammatory syndrome. Doctors stressed parents should not panic. This is extremely uncommon, but there has been a wave of dozens of cases reported in intensive care units in Europe and the US east coast. Symptoms include persistent fever, extreme inflammation and evidence of one or more organs that aren't functioning properly. Most children recover with proper treatment.

Mary Gedory, NPR news.

4.  Texas Governor Greg Abbott says jail time will not be a punishment when it comes to violations of the state's coronavirus restriction. Abbott issued the new order today following an outcry over the jailing of Dallas salon owner who refused to keep her business closed. Abbott says his new order will free Shelley Luther who was booked in the Dallas County jail this week for keeping her salon open in defiance of restrictions meant to slow the spread of the virus. The reversal comes as Abbott comes under increased pressure from Texas's residents to restart the state's economy.

扩展:一家美国芝加哥生物制药公司的名字也叫 Abbott, 雅培新冠测试盒,雅培制药,
雅培奶粉http://bbs.tianya.cn/post-98-942645-1.shtml

5.  Stocks gained ground on Wall Street today as economic numbers out suggests while the economy continues to suffer due to the virus, it does not appeared to be worsening as quickly as it has been. The Dow was up 211 points today. The NASDAQ rose 125 points. The S&P gained 32 points.

You are listening to NPR.

6.  Vice President Mike Pence is among those coming to the defense of a Virginia pastor who is issued a criminal citation after having 16 people at a Palm Sunday Church service. Pence is calling the citation issued by the state officials were violating coronavirus restriction "beyond the pale 出格". The Justice Department is citing with the Lighthouse Fellowship Church in Chincoteague, Virginia in a lawsuit filing against Virginia Governor Ralph Northan.

7.  The Federal Emergency Management Agency is preparing for Hurricanes' season despite the coronavirus. NPR's Rebecca Hersher Reports hurricane season officially begins June first.

FEMA and the Red Cross say they are changing the way they prepare for hurricane evacuations. Usually people who are displaced from their homes by hurricanes go to shelters managed by the Red Cross. But the Red Cross says that with coronavirus in many communities, it's no longer safe for large groups of people to sheltered together in schools, community centers and other large spaces. FEMA says it's coming up with new guidelines for how to set up shelters in ways that separate thinly from each other. And the Red Cross says it intends to house as many displaced people as possible in hotels instead of shelters in order to avoid spawning coronavirus outbreaks in communities that are affected by hurricanes. Forecasters say abnormally warm water in Gulf of Mexico may drive above average hurricane activity this year.

Rebecca Hersher, NPR news.

8.  What could be a sad sight for some South Africans, one of the world's largest breweries, SAB says it gonna to dump up to 400 million bottles of beer because ban on the sale of alcoholic beverages. South Africa banned alcohol sales over a month ago as part of a measure aimed at fighting the spread of the coronavirus.

I'm Jack Speer, NPR news.
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