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This message comes from NPR sponsor Herman Miller, maker of the Cosm chair, backed by a12 year warranty, this ergonomic chair is responsive to your movement, providing automatic support and comfort , learn more at hermanmiller.com/sitwell.

Live from NPR news, I am Jack Speer.

Pfizer’s corona virus vaccine has cleared one of its final hurdles before the shots begin to be made available to millions of Americans. FDA Advisory Panel voting 17-4 today to recommend emergency use authorization of the vaccine, jointly developed by Pfizer and German company BioNTech. Fine took part in the initial trial for the vaccine, and says he had no problems and believes it should be rolled out immediately.  

“Nothing felt rushed and I never felt like a guinea pig. The question that everyone asks me is, well, what happens in the long term, are there any long term side effects, and it has been 5 months now since my first shot, and I can happily report there are not.”

The emergency use authorization by the FDA will allow the vaccine to be administered to frontline public health workers and nursing home patients ,that is expected to happen quickly, clearing the way for vaccination’s begin in a matter of days.

US Supreme Court ruled today muslin men placed on no-fly lists after they refused to act as informants can sue FBI agents for money damages, the vote was unanimous. Here's NPR’s Nina Totenberg.

Three muslin men, one a naturalized US citizen and two legal residents were placed on the government’s no-fly list after they refused request from FBI agents to act as informers. None of the men was suspected of illegal activities themselves. They sued claiming finical damaged including lost wages, the costs of lost airline tickets and more. Now the Supreme Court has ruled they can proceed with their suit under the religious freedom restoration act, which authorizes damage suits when the federal government violates the free exercise of religion. Writing for the court, Justice Clarence Thomas said congress’s free to shield the government employees from such suits but it did not do that when they passed this law in the 1993 and quote “We cannot manufacture such a presumption 27 years later”. Nina Totenberg NPR news Washington.

The house’s oversight committee has issued a subpoena to Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, that’s after Ross failed to turn over all internal documents about 2020 Census schedules changes. NPR’s reports democratic law makers are investigating how changes by the Trump administration could hurt the accuracy of the national head count.

The house’s oversight committee has been trying to track a recent push to steal back quality checks on the 2020 Census results. The number shape representation in congress and the Electoral College for the next ten years, the Commerce department which oversees the Census has turned over some documents, but democrats on the committee say many are heavily redacted, and the files do not include two documents that were already leaked to the committee. Secretary Ross refused to release Census documents last year, and was held in contempt by the house and still faces a federal lawsuit for not complying with an earlier subpoena. NPR news,New York.

Mixed close on Wall Street. The Dow down 69 points, the NASDAQ was up 66 points.
This is NPR.
   
Minneapolis city council has unanimously signed off on a budget that will shift about 8 million dollars from its city police department towards violence prevention and other programs, would keep the mayor’s targeted staffing level for sworn police officers though. Mayor Jacob Frey calling it a defining moment for the city which is experiencing soaring crime rates amid calls to defund the police, since the May death of George Floyd.

The first seven space force enlistees have graduated from basic training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Karson Freeman from our member station Texas public radio spoke with some of them, about what they have learned and what they are doing next.

The seven space force enlistees graduated alongside more than 700 regular airmen, reciting the airmen’s creed and accepting their coins. Aside from a small dose of space specific curriculum, their training was identical. Newly-minted space force professional Benjamin Nevoraski says the branch is still building its identity, and that showed in the material.
“It’s weird to me that it’s so in depth yet at the same time it is so fluid, you know everything changes like every other week when we go to a space class.”
Nevoraski and the other new grads will go on to become space system operators, monitoring some 30,000 space objects. For NPR news I am Karson Freeman, San Antonio.

Even as the US struggles with corona virus and damage discords with the broad economy the wealth of US household reached a record in September, that’s according to federal reserve which says household wealth hit 123.5trillion dollars , that was mostly due to a soaring stock market in rising home values, latest federal report on household business and government financing covering July to September quarter.

I am Jack Speer, NPR news.
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This message comes from NPR's sponsor Herman Miller - maker of the cosm chair. Backed by a 12-year-warranty, this economic chair is responsive for your movement, providing automatic support and confort. Learn more at hermanmiller.com/sitwell.

Live from NPR news, I'm Jack Speer.

Pfizer's coronavirum vaccine has cleared one of its final hurdles before the shots begin to be made available to millions of American. The FDA advisers panel voting 17-4 today to recommend emergency use authorization of the vaccine, *** developed by Pfizer and German company BioNtech. Evan Fein, a party of initial trial to the vaccine, says he has no problem and believes it should be rolled out immediately. Nothing felt rushed, and I never felt like a guinea pig. The question that everyone asks me is 'Well, what happen in the long term? Are there any long-term side effects?'. And it's been more than 5 months now since my first shot, and I can happily report there are none. Emergency use authorization by the FDA will allow the vaccine to be administrated to frontline public health workers and nursing home patients. That is expected to happen quickly. Clearing the way for vaccination begins in a matter of day.

US Supreme Court ruled today muslim men placed on no-fly list after they refused to act as informants, can sue FBI agents from money damages. Both were unanimous. Here's NPR's Nina Totenburg. 3 muslim men, 1 unnaturalized US citizen and 2 legal residents were placed on government's no-fly list after they refused the requests from FBI agents to act as informants. None of the men were suspected of illegal activities themselves. They sued claiming financial damages including lost wages, the cost of lost airline tickets and more. Now the Supreme Court has ruled they can proceed with their suit under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which authorizes damage-suits when the federal governement violates the free exercises of religion. Writing for the court, Justice Clarence Thomas said congress is free to shield government employees from such suits but they did not do that when they passed this law in 1993 and We cannot manufacture such a presumption 27 years later. Nina Totenburg, NPR news, Washington.

The House Oversight Committee issued a subpoena to Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross. That's after Ross failed to turn over all internal documents about 2020 census *** changes. NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reports, Democratic lawmakers are investigating how changes by the Trump administration could hurt the accuracy of the national headcount. The House Oversight Committee has been trying to stretch a recent push *** ill/bad quality check of the 2020 census result. The number shapes the presentation in congress and the electoral college for the next 10 years. The Commerce Department which oversees Census has turned over some documents. But Democrats in the Committee say many are heavily redacted. In a file do not include 2 documents there were already leaked to the Committee. Secretary Ross refused to release census documents last year. It was held in contempt by the House and still faces a federal lawsuit for not complying with an earlier subpoena. Hansi Lo Wang, NPR news, New York.

*** on Wall Street, the Dow downed 69 points. The NASDAQ was up 66 points. This is NPR.

Minneapolis City Council has unanimously signed off on a buddget that would shift about 8 million dollars in the city police department toward violence prevention and other programs. It would keep the mayor's target of staffing level swamp police officers though. Mayor Jacob Frey's calling it a defining moment for the city, which is experiencing soaring crime rates amid calls to defund the police since the May death of George Floyd.

The first 7 space force enlistees have graduated from basic training in Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland.  Carson Frame from the memeber station Texas Public Radio spoke with some of them, about what they learned, and what they're doing next. The 7 space force enlistees graduated alongside more than 700 regular airmen, reciting the Airman's creed and accepting their coins. Aside from a small those space-specific curriculum, their training was identical. Its limited space force professional Benjamin Nevoraski says the branch is still building its identity, and that's showed in the materials. It's weird to me that it's so in depth. Yet at the same time, it's so fluid. You know, everything changes like every other week when we go to a Space Force class. Nevoraski and another new graduate will go on to become space system operators, monitoring some 30,000 space subjects. For NPR news, I'm Carson Frame, in San Antonio.

*** US struggled with the coronavirus and damages *** the economy, the wealth of US household reached a record in September. As according to the Federal Reserve, which says household wealth hit 123.5 trillion dollars. It was mostly due to a soaring stock market and rising home values. Latest Fed report in household business and government financing covering July to September quarter.

I'm Jack Speer, NPR news.
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1.Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine has cleared one of its final hurdles before the shots begin to make available to millions of americans. FDA advisory Panel voting 17-4 recommended emergancy use authorization of this vaccine jointly developed by Phizer and Germany company BioNTech. Having fine part in the initial trial of this vaccine,and says he had no problem,and believes it should be rolled out immediately.Nothing felt rushed,and never felt like guinea pig.The question that everyone asks me is,well,what happens in long term, are there long term side effects. And it's been more than five month no since my first shot, I can happily report there are not.Emergancy use authorization by FDA will allow the vaccine to be administered to frontline public health workers and nursing home patients that is expected to happen quickly clearing the way for vaccinations begin the matter of days.

2.US supreme court ruled today muslin men placed on no-fly list after they refuse to act as informants can sue FBI agents for money damages, but was unanimous.Three muslin men, one natural us citizen and two legal residents,were placed on goverment's no-fly list after they refused request from FBI agents to act as informants.None of them was suspected of ilegal activity themself.They sued claiming financial damages including lost wages the cost of losing airline tickets and more.Now the Surpreme court has ruled they can proceed with their suit under the religious freedom restoration act which authorizes these damage suit when federal goverment violates the free exercise of religion.Writing for the court, Justice XXX said congress's free to shield the goverment employees from such suits, but it didn't do that when it passed this law in 1993 and quote we can not manuafacture such a presumption 27 years later.


3.The house oversight g committee has issued a subpoena to Commerce Secretary XXX Ross.That's after Ross failed to turn over all internal documents about 2020 Census schedule changes. NRP XXX reports democrats lawmakers are investigating how changes by Trump's adminisration could hurt the accuracy of the national headcount.The house oversight committee has been trying to track a recent push to stillback quality checks on the 2020 census result.The number shape representation in congress and electorial college for the next 10 years.The Commerce department which oversee the census has turned over some documents.



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