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Live from NPR News, I'm Jack SPeer.

The Trump administration is seeking to discredit a top immunologist who testified before congress today about the government's response to the coranovirus pandemic. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports Doctor Rick Bright was ousted from his position after pushing back against the drug the president was touting.

Bright testified that the administration could have done better and since it's done he says the nation could face the darkest winter in mordern history.

Window is closing to address the pandemic because we still do not have a standard centralized coordinated plan to take our nation through this response.

Health and human services secreatary Alex Azar insists everything Bright complained about was done.

This is like somebody who was in the quiet and is not trying to say he was soloist back them. What he was saying is what every single memeber of this administration and the president was saying.

Bright also testified that the US lacks a plan to fairly distribute a vaccine once once available. Windsor Johnston NPR News, Washington.

The centers for disease control and prevention is out with at least some parts of a long delayed guidance plan for schools, businesses and other groups to use its states begin slowly reopening their coranovirus lockdowns. The CDC today posted to set off six so-called decision tool documents. The one-page document used traffic signs and other graphics show what different entities CDC considered before reopening. The kind was initially drafted more than a month ago but was in shelf by the Trump administration.

The FBI has seized senator Richard Burr's cellphone. It's part of the federal investigation into stock trades. As NPR's Ryan Lucas explains Burr is now stepping down his chairman of the senate intelligence committee because of the ongoing probe.

NPR has learned that the FBI executed to search warrant for Burr's cellphone and that he turned over the federal agents. The warrant related to an investigation into a sitting senator will need to be approved at the top levels in the justice department. And the remark's a significant step in the probe. Investigators are scrutinizing the NOrth Carolina republican stock transcations in March when it sold off a large chunk of portfolio before the financial markets tanked. As chairman at the intelligence committee, Burr was reportedly receiving briefings related to the coranovirus. And the time period before he sold his shares. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says Burr was stepped aside from his committee post for the duration of the investigation. Ryan Lucas NPR News, Washington.

Food insecurity warn about simply having enough to eat is becoming a growing concern for Americans. That's according to a second wave of COVID-19 survey conducted by the Knox center for public affairs research in university of Chicago data foundation. The poll found that 2/10 working adult said in the past 30 days they've out of food before they could earn enough money to buy more. About 37% reported were running out of food over the past months.

Stocks gained ground on Wall Street today. The Dow's up 377 points; the NASDAQ rose 80 points today. You are listening to NPR.

Switzerland's attorney general could lose his job over his handling of an investigation into alleged corruption surrounding soccer's governing body FIFA. NPR's Rob Schmitz reports court proceedings have begun in that case.

Michael Lauber is accused of botching a fraud trial over payments linked to the 2006 world cup in Germany. A five-year statute of limitations in the case expired last month before a federal criminal court could rule supreme calls for Lauber to resign. Lauber's office has handled high profile money laundering and corruption cases linked to a Brazilian state oil firm, Petrobras. Malaysian state deveolopment found one MDB and FIFA but he's brought few charges in matters that brought convictions in other countries. An independent oversight authority says Lauber has repeatedly told falsehoods and breached code of conduct while handling investigation into alleged corruption at FIFA which is based in Zurich. Rob Schmitz NPR News, Berlin.

The largest entertainment and shopping complex in north America, the massive mall of America says it plans to begin partially reopening June 1st. The mall with more than 520 stores and restaruants which draws visitors from around the world says it will comply with the state of Minnesota's new safety protocols for reopening. The mall of America shut down March 17th though some of its merchants have been offering curbside service. Dining venues and attractions were main shut there until there is further guidance from the state of Minnesota.

Oil rose to its highest level more than five weeks as signs of merger OPEC and its allies are scaling back shipments amid a worldwide glut of oil on the markets due to the coranovirus pandemic. Oil rose $2.27 a barrel to $27.56 a barrel.

I'm Jack Speer.
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1.  The Trump adm is seeking to discredit a top immunologist who testified before congress today about the government's response to the cvp. NPR's XX reports Doctor Rick Bright was ousted from his position after pushing back against a drug the President was touting.

Bright testified that the adm could have done better and as things get he says the nation could face the darkest winter in mordern history.

"The window is closing to address this pandemic because we still do not have a standard, centralized, coordinated plan to take our nation through this response."

Health and Human Services Secreatary Alex Azar insists everything Bright complained about was done.

"This is like somebody who was in the choir and is now trying to say he was soloist back then. What he was saying is what every single memeber of this administration and the President was saying."

Bright also testified that the US lacks a plan to fairly distribute a vaccine once one is available.


2.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is out with at least some parts of a long delayed guidance plan for schools, businesses and other groups to use as states begin slowly reopening their cv lockdowns. The CDC today posted a set of six so-called "decision tool" documents. The one-page documents use traffic signs and other graphics to show what different entities need to consider before reopening. The guidence was initially drafted more than a month ago but was in shelf by the Trump adm.


3.  The FBI has seized Senator Richard Burr's cellphone. It's part of a federal investigation into his stock trades. As NPR's XX explains Burr is now stepping down as Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee because of the ongoing probe.

NPR has learned that the FBI executed to search warrant for Burr's cellphone and that he turned it over the federal agents. The warrant related to an investigation into a sitting senator will need to be approved by the top levels in the Justice Department. And it marks a significant step in the probe. Investigators are scrutinizing the North Carolina Republican's stock transcations in March when he sold off a large chunk of his portfolio before the financial markets tanked. As chairman of the Intelligence Committee, Burr was reportedly receiving briefings related to the cv in the time period before he sold his shares. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says Burr will step aside from his committee post for the duration of the investigation.


4.  Food insecurity, worrying about simply having enough to eat is becoming a growing concern for Americans. That's according to a second wave of COVID-19 survey conducted by the NORC Center for Public Affairs Research in the University of Chicago Data Foundation. The poll found that 2/10 working adults said that in the past 30 days they've run out of food before they could earn enough money to buy more. About 37% reported were running out of food over the past months.

(NORC=National Opinion Research Center 全国民意研究中心,芝加哥大学的)


5.  Stocks gained ground on Wall Street today. The Dow's up 377 points. The NASDAQ rose 80 points today. You are listening to NPR.


6.  Switzerland's attorney general could lose his job over his handling of an investigation into alleged corruptions surrounding soccer's governing body FIFA. NPR's XX reports court proceedings have begun in that case.

Michael Lauber is accused of botching a fraud trial over payments linked to the 2006 World Cup in Germany. A five-year statute of limitations in the case expired last month before a federal criminal court could rule, spurring calls for Lauber to resign. Lauber's office has handled high profile money laundering and corruption cases linked to a Brazilian state oil firm, Petrobras. Malaysian State Deveolopment Found 1MDB(马来西亚国家开发银行) and FIFA, but he's brought few charges in matters that brought convictions in other countries. An independent oversight authority says Lauber has repeatedly told falsehoods and breached the code of conduct违反行为准则 while handling investigation into alleged corruption at FIFA which is based in Zurich.


7.  The largest entertainment and shopping complex in north America, the massive Mall of America says it plans to begin partially reopening June 1st. The Mall have more than 520 stores and restaruants which draws visitors from around the world says it will comply with the State of Minnesota's new safety protocols for reopening. The Mall of America shut down March 17th. Though some of its merchants have been offering curbside service, dining venues and attractions will remain shuttered there until there is further guidance from the State of Minnesota.


8.  Oil rose to its highest level in more than five weeks as signs emerge OPEC and its allies are scaling back shipments amid a worldwide glut of oil on the markets due to the cvp. Oil rose $2.27 a barrel to $27.56 a barrel.
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