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President-elect Joe Biden today formally introduced his choice to be the nation’s next Defense Secretary, Biden appearing with retired General Lloyd Austin who Biden says shares his belief in the principle of civilian control of the military.

“I’m honored to nominate former General Lloyd Austin as a 28th Secretary Defense, I want to thank you, General. You're a friend, but I want to thank you General Austin ,for once more stepping forward to serve your nation.”
Biden is asking congress to waive the legal requirement that the Defense Secretary be out of the military at least 7years before being nominated. Austin retired from active duty 4 years ago, if confirmed, Austin will be the first black American to oversee the entire US military.

The Federal Trade Commission and a coalition of states are suing Facebook over allegations that it abused its dominance in social media. More from NPR’s Shannon Bond.

The lawsuit accused Facebook of gobbling up potential rivals to cement its own power. As a result the suit alleged social media users have been deprived of choice and privacy protections. The bipartisan group of attorneys general and the FTC have been investigating Facebook for over a year. They alleged that Facebook’s purchases of Instagram and Whatsapp illegally stifled competition. The lawsuit could result in Facebook being forced to sell parts of its business, regulators and lawmakers are stepping up scrutiny of big tech’s power. In October the US Justice Apartment and 11 states sued Google for anticompetitive behavior. Facebook and Google are NPR financial supporters. Shannon Bond, NPR news.

Officials in a Washington state town that was mostly destroyed by a wild fire are pleading with President Trump to approve disaster aid.
NPR’s Kirk Siegler reports the administration swiftly approved similar requests in Oregon California but not Washington.

85% of homes in the tiny eastern Washington farming town of Malden were destroyed in a wind-driven range fire on Labor Day. And it has been an extraordinary 85days now since state officials first sent a letter to President Trump asking him to approve a routine disaster declaration, there’s been no response, not even a denial ,that means Malden can’t even explore other federal aid options in the meantime. The situation is dire in the mostly conservative farming town where 60% of residents either have no insurance or not enough. In the second letter to the president, Mayor Dan Harwood writes the town prides itself on self-reliance but with the current crisis, alongside the pandemic he worries without federal help the town won’t recover. Kirk Siegler NPR news.

With lawmakers still trying to hammer out a corona virus relief bill and time running out, the House passed a temporary government funding bill, buys one more week. The Trump administration Tuesday offered a 916 billion dollar corona virus relief measure that will send 600 direct payments to most Americans.

On Wall Street the Dow was down 105 points, this is NPR.

Portugal government has announced plans to overhaul its asylum and migration system. Following the death earlier this year of a Ukrainian citizen held in custody at Lisbon airport. As Alison Roberts reports the government says it wants to adopt more humanist and less bureaucratic approach.

The death in March, a 40 year old Ihor Homenyuk who was beaten by immigration officers shocked Portugal. Three officials are being investigated by public prosecutors, now the government says it intends to redefine the responsibilities of all forces dealing with migrants. The director of immigration and borders service handed her resignation Wednesday. There have been controversy over the fact she didn't go earlier and made conflicting reports about what she knew about Homenyuk’s death and when. The stage aimed the reform is to clearly separate policing from administrative procedures of authorizing and documenting migrants as well as treating them more humanly. Still the minister overseeing immigration policy continues to face calls for his own resignation. For NPR news I am Alison Roberts in Lisbon.

Around half of all the Americans surveyed in a recent poll are ready right now to receive a corona virus vaccine. The states begin preparing for inoculations to start in a month ahead. As according to a survey by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affair research, it finds however about a quarter of those polled are not sure and another quarter say they won’t get vaccinated. Survey results come as the Food and Drug Administration is poised to decide whether to allow emergency use of two different vaccine candidates.

Crude oil futures’ prices were little changed today, oil end the session down 8 cents a barrel to settle at 45.52 a barrel on New York Mercantile Exchange.

I am Jack Speer, NPR news.
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Live from NPR news, I'm Jack Speer.

President-elect Joe Biden today formally introduced his choice to be the nation's next Defense Secretary. Biden's appearing with retired General Lloyd Austin who Biden says shares his belief and principle of civilian control of the military. I'm honored to nominate former General Lloyd Austin as a 28th Secretary of Defense. I want to thank you, General, you're a friend. But I want to thank you, General Austin, for once more stepping forward to serve your nation. Biden is asking Congress to waive the legal requirement that Defense Secretary be out of military at least 7 years before being nominated. Austin retired from active duty 4 years ago. He confirmed Austin would be the first black American to oversee the entire US military.

The Federal Trade Commission and a coalition of states are suing Facebook over allegation that it abused its dominance and social media. More from NPR's Shannon Bond. The lawsuit accused Facebook of gobbling up potential rivals to cement its own power. As a result, the suit alleged social media users have been deprived of choice and privacy protection. The bipartisan group of attorneys general and the FTC have been investigating Facebook for over a year. They alleged that Facebook's purchases of Instagram and What's App illegally *** competition. The lawsuit could result in Facebook being forced to sell part of its business. Regulators and lawmakers are stepping up *** test power. In October, the US Justice Department and 11 states sued Google for incompetitive behaviors. Facebook and Google are NPR's financial supporters. Shannon Bond, NPR news.

Officials in a Washington State town that was mostly destroyed by wildfire, are pleading with Prsident Trump to approve disaster aid. NPR's Kirk Siegler reports, the administration swiftly approved some of the requests of Oregon and California, but not Washington. 85% of homes in the tiny Eastern Washington farming town of Malden were destroyed in a wind-driven range fire on Labor Day. And it's been extraordinarily 85 days now since state officials first sent a letter to President Trump asking him to approve a routine disaster declaration, there's been no response, not even a dennial. That means Malden can't even explore other federal aid options in the meantime. The situation is *** in the mostly conservative farming town where 65% of residents there have no insurance or not enough. In a 2nd letter to the president, Mayor Dan Harwood writes that the town *** itself on self-reliance, but with the current crisis alongside the pandemic, he worries that without federal help the town won't recover. Kirk Siegler, NPR news.

With lawmakers still trying to hammer up the Coronavirus relief bill, and time running out, the House has passed the temporary government funding bill buys one more week. That Trump administration *** offered a 916 billion dollars coronavirus relief measures that would send 600 dollars direct payment to most Americans.

On Wall Street, the Dow was down 105 points. This is NPR.

Portugal government has announced plans to overhaul its asylum and migration system, following the dealth early this year of an Ukrainian citizen held in custody at Lisbon airport. As Melison Robert reports, the government says it wants to adopt more humanised and less bureaucratic approach. The death in March of the 40 years old Ihor Homeniuk who was beaten by immigration officers shocked Portugal. 3 officials are being investigated by public prosecutors. Now the government says it intends to redefine the responsibility of all forces dealing with migrants. The director of the Immigration and Boarder Service tendered her resignation Wednesday. There has been controversy over the fact that she didn't go earlier amid convicting reports about what she knew about Homeniuk's death and when. The *** of reform clearly separate policing from administrative procedures of authorizing a documenting migrants as well as treating them more humanely. Interior Minister overseeing immigration policy continue to face calls for his own resignation. For NPR news, I'm Melison Robert, in Lisbon.

Around half of all Americans surveyed in a recent poll are ready right now to receive a coronavirus vaccine, as states begin preparing for inauguration to start in a month ahead. As according to the survey by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, it finds however about a quarter of those poll are not sure and another quarter said they won't get vaccinated. Survey result comes as the Food And Drug Administration *** decide whether to allow emergency use of 2 different vaccine candidates.

Crude oil futures prices have a little change today. Oiling section is down 8 cents a barrel at $45.52 a barrel on New York Mercantile Exchange.

I'm Jack Speer, NPR news.
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4.With lawmaker still trying to hammer up coronvirus relief bill and time runing out,the house has passed temporary goverment funding bill, buys one more week.That Trump's administration -- offered 916 billions corona virus relief measures which sends 600 dollars direct payment to most Americans.


5.On wallstreet, the DOW was down 105 points.


6.Portugal goverment has announced plans to overhaul its asylum and migration system, following the death of early this year of an Ukrainian citizen held in custody at Lisbon airport.XXX reports the goverment says it wants to adopt more humanist and less bureaucratic approch.The death in March, a 40 year old XXX who was beaten by imigration officer shock Portugal. Three officers have been investigated by public prosecutors.Now the goverment says it intends to redefine the responsibilities of all forces dealing with migrants.The director of immigation and borders service tendered her resigation Wednesday.There have been controversy over the fact she didn't go earlier and made conflicting reports about what she knew, about XXX death and when.The stage today of a reform is to clearly seperate policing from administrative procedures of authorizing and documenting migrants as well as treating them more humanly.Still the minister overseeing imigration policy continues to face calls for his own resigation.


7.Around half of all americans surveyed in recently poll are ready right now to receive a coronavirus vaccine.The states begin to prepare for innoculation to start in a month ahead. According to the survey by associated Press xxx center for public affair research, it finds however about quater of those poll are not sure, another quater they won't get vaccinated.Survey result comes as Food and Drug adminitration is poised to decide whether to allow emergancy use to different vaccine candidates.


8.Crude oil future prices were a little change today, oil end the session down 8 cents a barrel to settle at 45.52 a barrel on New York Mercantile Exchange.





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