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1. Senate Republicans tonight blocked a bill that would fund the government past Thursday and would have suspended the debt limit.
For weeks Republicans said they won't...... support rising or suspending the debt limit, insisting the Democrats is attaching...... instead to a massive unrelated spending proposals still being negotiated. Lawmakers have to pass a short term spending bill by Thursdays to avoid a partial government shutdown.

2. The Biden administration is moving to shore up DACA after a federal judge found the immigration program unlawful. NPR's XX reports the administration wants to recreate the program through regulation unveiled today.
The administration is trying to put DACA on firmer...... legal ground. The Obama era program, officially know as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, is intended to protect immigrants who were brought to the country illegally as children. Over the summer. a federal judge in Texas ruled the program itself is illegal, it allowed immigrants who already have DACA to renew their status while the administration appeals. Now the Department of Homeland Security is trying to recreate the program through a formal regulation. The eligibility requirements will be the same as the original DACA, which was created by a memo from the DHS secretary in 2012. The public will have 60 days to comment.

3. A federal judge has approved the unconditional release next year of the man who shot former President Ronald Reagan in 1981.
NPR's XX Johnson reports, medical experts say John Hinckley has a low risk of violence.
Judge PXX FXX says if John Hinckley had not tried to kill a president, he would have been released without conditions a long time ago.  The Justice Department and Hinckley's lawyers agreed Hinckley should be fully free by June 2022. Authorities want to monitor him for another several months. Following the recent death of his mother and the looming retirement of his therapist, a jury found Hinckley not guilty by reason of insanity in 1982, he wounded Reagan, the White House Press Secretary, and two law enforcement officers. Hinckley spent decades in St. Elizabeth hospital before being granted more liberties over the past several years. KXX JXX, NPR news Washington.

4. Rescue operations are underway for 39 miners trapped since Sunday underground at a mine in Northern Ontario安大略省.
DXX CXX has more.
Officials say the rescue operation will take some time. The miners are......more than 4100 feet underground. A spokesman for the steel workers union, NXX SXX said the miners were trapped about four hours into the shift after an incident caused damage to the shaft. When the incident took place, the miners immediately went to refuge stations. They have been in constant communication with the surface. There have been no reports of injuries. LXX SXX says medication and food have been sent down. He said the miners will try to get out using a ladder system. The ..... miners in Wallington, southwest of ...... Ontario.
For NPR news. I'm DXX CXX in Toronto多伦多.

5. R&B superstar R.Kelly is facing the possibility of decades in prison after being convicted of federal racketeering and sex trafficking in New York City today. Kelly was found guilty of running a Chicago-based criminal enterprise that recruited young women and girls for unwanted sex and mental torment. Sentencing is scheduled for May Fourth.  He also pleaded not guilty to sex related charges in Illinois and Minnesota. Fraud ....in those cases have been set yet......

6. Ford is building a brand new assembly plant for the first time in decades.
NPR's XX reports. The facility just outside Memphis will be dedicated to a electric pickup trucks.
Pre-orders for the electric F-150 Lightning have Ford executives feeling confident about the demand for battery powered trucks. LR is Ford Chief Operating Officer for North America.
"In fact, we think 1/3 of the full size.... pickup segment, will be fully electric by the time 2030 or around........"
The company is also launched on another planet just for batteries in Kentucky, with partners SK innovations. Between both facilities, Ford says it can make enough batteries for a million electric vehicles per year.
XX NPR News.

7. Crude Oil Prices rose 2% today, ending at $75.45 a barrel on the new york mercantile exchange.
US Futures Contracts are trading slightly lower this hour, Dow Futures Contract down just a fraction. Nasdaq Futures Contracts, though, are down about 2/10 of a percent.
I'm Jeanne Herbs and you're listening to NPR news.
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01. Live from NPR News, I'm Janine Herbst. Senate Republicans tonight blocked a bill that would have funded the government pass Thursday, and would have suspended the debt limit. For weeks Republicans said they wouldn't support raising or suspending the debt limit, insisting the Democrats attach it instead to a massive unrelated spending proposal still being negotiated. Lawmakers have to pass a short term spending bill by Thursday to avoid a partial government shutdown.

02. The Biden ministration is moving to shore up DACA after a federal judge found the immigration program unlawful. NPR’s Joel Rose reports the administration wants to recreate the program through a regulation unveiled today. The administration is trying to put DACA on firmer legal ground. The Obama era program officially known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, is intended to protect immigrants who were brought to the country illegally as children. Over the summer, a federal judge in Texas ruled the program itself is illegal, but allowed immigrants who already have DACA to renew their status while the administration appeals. Now the Department of Homeland Security is trying to recreate the program through a formal regulation. The eligibility requirements would be the same as the original DACA, which was created by a memo from the DHS Secretary in 2012. The public will have 60 days to comment. Joel rose, NPR news.

03. A federal judge has approved the unconditional release next year, the man who shot former President Ronald Reagan in 1981. And here's Gary Johnson reports medical experts say John Hinckley has a low risk of violence. Judge Paul Friedman says John Hinckley had not tried to kill a president. He would have been released without conditions a long time ago. The Justice Department and Hinckley's lawyers agreed Hinkley should be fully free by June 2022. Authorities want to monitor him for another several months following the recent death of his mother and the looming retirement of his therapist. A jury found Hinckley not guilty by reason of insanity in 1982. He wounded Reagan, the White House press secretary and two law enforcement officers. Hinckley's spent decades in St Elizabeth Hospital before being granted more liberties over the past several years. Carrie Johnson NPR News Washington.

04. Rescue operations are underway for 39 miners trapped since Sunday underground at a mine in northern Ontario. Dan XXX has more. Officials say the rescue operation will take some time, the miners of more than 4100 feet underground. A spokesman for the steelworkers union Nick La Rochelle says the miners were trapped about four hours into their shift after an incident caused damage to the shaft. When the incident took place the miners immediately went to refuge stations. They have been in constant communication with the surface. There have been no reports of injuries. La Rochelle says medication and food have been sent down. He says the miners will try to get out using a ladder system. The top of mine is near Worthington, southwest of Sudbury, Ontario. For NPR News, I'm Dan XXXX in Toronto.
And you're listening to NPR news.


05. R&B superstar R.Kelly is facing the possibility of decades in prison after being convicted of federal racketeering and sex trafficking in New York City today. Now he was found guilty of running a Chicago based criminal enterprise that recruited young women and girls for unwanted sex and mental torment. Sentencing is scheduled for May 4th. He's also pleaded not guilty to sex related charges in Illinois and Minnesota. XXX in those cases haven't been set yet.

06. Ford is building a brand new assembly plant for the first time in decades. NPR’s XXX reports the facility, just outside Memphis, will be dedicated to electric pickup trucks. Preorders for new electric F150 Lightning have Ford executives feeling confident about the demand for battery powered trucks. Lisa Drake is Ford's chief operating officer for North America. “In fact, we think 1/3 of the full size pickup segment will be fully electric by the time 2030 rolls around.” The company is also launching another plant just for batteries in Kentucky with partner SK innovations. Between both facilities Ford says it can make enough batteries for a million electric vehicles per year.XXX, NPR News.

07. Crude oil prices rose 2% Today, ending at $75.45 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. US futures contracts are trading slightly lower this hour, Dow futures contract down just a fraction. Nasdaq futures contracts though are down about two tenths of a percent. I'm Janine Herbst, and you're listening to NPR News.
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